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Give Back Tuesday will benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy with funds being channeled through the Red Cross. A record-setting gourmet buffet with many contributing chefs and restaurants and raffle prizes have been rolling in by the truck-load. Suggestion: Try to arrive early.
The Russian River Sisters convene to remember those who have lost their lives due to the ignorance of those who don’t understand the trans gender community. It will begin at Sonoma Nesting Company at 6 p.m. Nov. 20.
Mama’s Family buffet/toy drive at the Rainbow Cattle Company, Dan and Becky Fein in a benefit for the River Choir, Quicksilver Gallery’s farewell reception and jazz at Main Street Station all geared to get you in an upbeat holiday mood.
The surreal, enigmatic world of Baby Gramps sweeps into Studio E to captivate and confound. A remarkable Blues musician and guitar player, he is the definition of Unique. Also on hand the popular and ubiquitous Jug Dealers wacka-do wacka-do.
Khysie Horn is closing her Quicksilver Mine Co, gallery in Forestville after a 30 year run with her final exhibition, “The Last Hurrah”. There will be a reception for more than 80 artists on Saturday, November 16, to which the public is invited.
David Nelson Band (twice), Sisters bingo for Face2Face, Mama’s Toy Drive and the Fargo Brothers with Friends -a week rich in giving, culture and amazing music. Aren’t you glad you live in the “neighborhood?”
Tudo Bem (“How are you?”) in Portuguese (“or everything is fine”) will be at the Rio Nido Roadhouse to improve attitudes and help you burn a few calories on Saturday night. $5 gets you out of the cold and into the heated pavilion.
The irrepressible local band, the THUGZ present samples of their fine domestic product at the Rio Nido Roadhouse .”Like a box of chocolates. until you open them up, you’ll never know what you’ll get.”
Susan Ryan, owner of River Reader since 2007, closed the Indie Bookstore for good on Nov. 1.
Becky and Dan Fein will be at the Guerneville Community Church for an evening of acoustic American Folk Music, hot apple cider and other comestible treats. They’ll play traditional and familiar tunes and interject a few surprises. The show is a benefit for the River Choir.