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Best Bets around Guerneville Jan. 21 to Jan. 27

Monday, January 21st, 2013 | Posted by | 7 responses

 

Farm Market Buffet? You won’t know until you get there!

6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, January 22
Give Back Tuesday at the Rainbow Cattle Company is a benefit for the Guerneville Farm Market begun by Eco-ring and located in Sonoma Nesting Company’s parking lot on Main and Armstrong Woods Road. It was open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Thursday for two months last summer and featured quality veggies, fruit, smoked salmon, eggs, grass-fed beef, cheese,  olive oil and local bakery goods. This year they hope to make it bigger and better. The $5 buffet should be extra special and 10% of bar receipts will also go to the Farm Market. The Rainbow is at 16220 Main Street in Guerneville.  869-0206

8 p.m. until ???, Tuesday Jan. 22 and Jan. 24 through Jan. 27
Country Dan the Karaoke man will get your booty off your sofa and extricate you

Country Dan: “Afraid of Karaoke?”

from your shell with 140,000 available tunes  to which you may sing lead (or even with a backup group) to the tune’s original arrangements. There’s never a charge and no matter how you sound you’ll be treated like a star! Dan starts at 8 p.m. and goes until everyone’s larynx is worn out on Tuesday, Jan. 22 and Thursday Jan. 24 at McT’s Bullpen on First Street across from the Vets Hall, G’Ville, on Saturday, Jan. 26 at Northwood Lodge twixt Guerneville and Monte Rio and  on Friday, Jan. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 27 at the R3 on Mill and Fourth Streets in G’Ville. The thrill is almost like sky diving but more uplifting and MUCH safer.
Various venues (see above text)

8:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 23
RiverKeeper Stewardship Park Volunteer Day continues its riparian restoration project towards a future community park and can use all the help they can get.  It’s suggested  that you bring your own drinking water and wear sturdy shoes.  Access is down a driveway in front of Sonoma Nesting Co. Look for the blue and white sign that says, “Russian Riverkeeper Demonstration Riparian Restoration Project….. Parking is available near the sign. For more information contact Victoria Wikle at 865-2474  or call Don McEnhill at 217-4762, or e-mail him at rrkeeper@sonic.net
Where: 16153 Main St., Guerneville on the north bank of the Russian River directly upstream of the pedestrian bridge.

 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday, January 24
The affable and talented Susan Sutton and her Trio will captivate you with her very personal interpretations and piano styling and her engaging charm. The

Susan Sutton

Sutton Trio will be at Main Street Station   and there is no cover charge, but tips are welcome. Main Street has an extensive menu,  is family-friendly and has a full bar.
Main Street Station,  16280 Main Street, Guerneville  869-0501

8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, January 25, Saturday, January 26 and 2 p.m., Sunday, January 27
Pegasus Theater Company is offering two one-act plays, Duck Variations written by David Mamet and directed by Susan Packer and The Madness of Lady Bright written by Laford Wilson and directed by Darlene Kersnar. $15 general admission.

Scott Kersnar and Frank Ferris

Pegasus Theater is on Canyon Two Road about 200 yards from Hwy 116 and  just north of the Rio Nido Roadhouse.

7 Comments for “Best Bets around Guerneville Jan. 21 to Jan. 27”

  1. Thanks Stephen for always finding the BEST things for us to do!

  2. Nice going Ms. Packer for bringing David Mamet who is and always has been a right leaning, sexist, homophobic writer. His most recent extreme Libertarian statements in the wake of the murdered school children was to guess what? Promote guns, you know those instruments of death that have killed more American citizens since 1968 that in EVERY war the U.S. has fought from the Revolutionary war through Afghanistan. So thanks again Ms. Packer for bringing a misogynistic, homophobic, gun toting jerks work into our community.

    • sean black (guerneville)

      what else can one expect from the likes of this woman who wields her power over the River community by making threats of lawsuits when she doesn’t get her way. surprised Pegasus even let her in there to direct this play…she likely bullied her way in as she does w/everything else. I know a whole section of g’ville that won’t go near this production simply because she is so heavily involved in it. she really earned her honorary title as ‘wicked witch of west county’. too bad someone doesn’t drop a house on her and steal the ruby slippers…she certainly could use a lesson in humility!

      • I don’t know if she’ll read this “wizardly” comment either.

      • Sean: It sounds like you’re in agreement with Cap Deverson. Somehow I think, if you ever run into each other, you two would get along well.

        • sean black (guerneville)

          I know for sure we’re the only ones around here that would agree on Ms. Packer’s dubious character….it’s a very small town.

  3. Thanks for reading my posts and commenting. Hopefully Ms. Packer reads them too or she’ll not see your message to her.

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