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2019-03-09Mar 9, 2019

The program prompts that Only Kidding! is “a wry look at being funny and making it big.” Or not. There is often a great deal of tragedy where comedy is concerned. How many stand-up comics have we lost through the years to accidental drug overdoses and suicides?


This month, gardens are the Gazette’s focus and as we prepared our column (which we’d decided early on would feature the Cloverdale Regional Library), we suddenly realized that “gardens” can come in many forms and soon agreed that our library, like all local public libraries, is one of the best gardens we know. Throughout both our lives, libraries have welcomed us and, like gardens, they have provided places of relaxation, safety and refuge while nurturing our healthy growth by feeding us intellectually and spiritually.

2019-02-05Feb 5, 2019

A wide variety of family entertainment is planned for the upcoming President’s Day Weekend. The community supported Cloverdale Citrus Fair kicks off the Fair Season in California showcasing its spectacular citrus fruit displays and honoring the citrus belt that was once part of the Northern Sonoma County landscape.

2019-01-28Jan 28, 2019
2019-01-03Jan 3, 2019

Organizers of the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail are seeking artists to participate in a year-round outdoor sculpture exhibit. The deadling for entries is February 27. 

2019-01-03Jan 3, 2019

"Place," a new exhibition at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery, will feature work fromLuann Udell,Timothy David Dixon, Ralph Broussard and other member artists.

2018-12-28Dec 28, 2018

The glorious season of thankfulness, gift giving, and gift receiving may have just passed; but in our city, as everywhere, its spirit doesn’t have to be limited to just one month each year. Nor does keeping that spirit alive all year long require ribbons and wrapping paper, “Little Free Libraries” (LFLs) are springing up in 88 countries around the world, including our town.

2018-12-10Dec 10, 2018

Eve (Maisy Gibson) is unhappy with the prospect of another Christmas with pink dolls and easy bake ovens that she has no interest in; she would rather be a swashbuckling hero with her own pirate ship. Brandishing a wrapping paper tube, she defies the idea that girls cannot have a life of daring exploits. ‘Yo Ho Ho, A Pirate’s Christmas’ is the product of Eve’s imaginative dream, complete with a dance off between the pirates and Santa’s elves.

2018-12-08Dec 8, 2018

If you are looking for a live show to take the family to this holiday season, look no further than Cloverdale Performing Arts Center where both scalawags and elves are having a rollicking good time in Yo Ho Ho, a Pirate’s Christmas! Even if that exclamation mark hadn’t been included in the official title, I’d have added it because this show is so much fun, it deserves some over-the top punctuation!

2018-11-18Nov 18, 2018

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