A Passover Seder, SoCo Idol tryouts, Grant Awards, Easter fun and longer days turn April into a River carnival
Sisters 13th anniversary soiree and 2014 Grants presentation ceremony will be happening this year at Buck’s Dinner Theater at 6 p.m., Friday, April 18, and they would love for all of us to join them.
Rio Nido Roadhouse hosts a catapulting competition, egg hunts and a Peep Diorama contest. Brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Easter in Monte Rio will feature bunny eggs, Louisiana Andouille and an egg tossing contest. No hard boiled eggs allowed.
The River Jewish Community will celebrate Passover with their annual seder at the Monte Rio Community Center at 5 p.m., Friday, April 18.
Inside: “The Conversation” explains it all.
The Russian River Choir will offer Bach’s “Christ lag in Todesbanden” followed by a sing-a-long cantata during which everyone may participate by exercising their own Bach-scratchers
Free spay and neutering clinic at Guerneville’s Empowerment Center parking lot. Innoculations, microchipping included. Reservations necessary.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and enforcement officers will be hyper vigilant and especially anxious to practice their penmanship.
Free Jazz, live theater, bingo for needy pooches, and kishke, kreplach, knishes, kugel and other “K” foods which might make an appearance at the Give Back Tuesday buffet. Unless you show up, you won’t know what you’re missing.
The PAWS for Love Foundation is the beneficiary for this month’s Bingo, which means your donations will raise the quality of the lives of dogs and cats. So regardless of how you feel about humans you might nevertheless consider attending this one.