Best Bets around Guerneville Jan. 14 to Jan. 20
6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, January 14
Maccario’s fabulous lasagne as well as other fine foods and raffle prizes and ten percent of the Rainbow’s bar receipts will also be donated. Rainbow Cattle Company, 16220 Main Street, Guerneville.
6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, January 16
The Pocket Canyon Ramblers, a very popular local trio will be showcasing their repertoire of folk, country, swing and original tunes from in Main Street Station’s cozy, family-friendly dining room and although tipping is encouraged, the show is free. Oak and Darcy Reiner play guitar and bass respectively and Dave Hardy plays lead guitar, harmonica and sings. A wide variety of food and drink is available and Main Street recently added a full bar to compliment their dining room. Where: Main Street Station, 16280 Main Street, Guerneville, CA 95446 Phone: 869-0501
1:05 p.m., Thursday, January 17
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is meeting to discuss whether “Iron Rangers” should be implemented to collect fees for parking at beaches along the Sonoma Coast where there’s currently no charge for parking. Their decision will have an impact for those who
love to visit, or have businesses near the Pacific Shore, and If you would like to express your feelings about this Where: 575 Administration Drive, Room 102A, Santa Rosa.
5:30 p.m. t0 6:30 p.m., Thursday January 17
The topic at the next in a series of bi-monthly free Guerneville legal clinics will be DUI’s. The sessions are being held as the result of a grant secured by Toni Novak and Mara Zaharin and will cover a variety of legal topics and continue for approximately a year. Where: The Community Room at Fife Creek Commons, the new residential complex on Fifth and Church Streets in Guerneville.
6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday January 19
Levi Lloyd who works magic and molds moods with his guitar and his 501 Blues Band will be playing at the Rio Nido Roadhouse where the menu is varied and
reasonably priced, the
service is warmer than a down jacket and the vibe is cozy, rustic and intimate. $5 gets you in and kids are always welcome. The pavilion is well-heated and there’s room to dance as well as chow down. Where: Rio Nido Roadhouse, Canyon Two Road, approximately 100 yards south of Hwy 116 in Rio Nido.