Pegasus Playhouse in Rio Nido presents a romantic comedy by Scott Organ called “Phoenix”. It will run from August 1 until August 24.
Another fun-packed week on the River includes the Vineman swim, D’Ginn and the Bohemian Club-financed Monte Rio variety show
Given enough time, those impressive redwood forests may one day return.
The results are in for our last poll dealing with Fifth District Supervisor Efren Carrillo and whether he should keep his current job. Now we’d like to know if you and your town get the respect you expect.
Lawrence “Allways Elvis” Castillo will be channeling the Tupelo-born Sun recording artist at the Blue Heron on Sunday (bring the kids) afternoon
SoCo Talent Idol celebrates its third year with talent-packed hopefuls and a wildly enthusiastic audience. This year its at the R3 resort.
The Rio theater has set out to prove Tom Hank’s character’s remark, “There’s no crying in baseball” is absolutely true. Catch “The Sandlot”, Play wiffle ball, crack a few Cracker Jacks, suck up a chocolate malt – it’s Game Time!
Duncans Mills becomes a war zone in Old Virginia with caissons, canons, regimental flags, hairy guys in scratchy outfit and healthy horses as the Civil War is revived with a passion.
Poyntless Sisters, Hawaiian Fusion, Blues at the Roadhouse, Civil War reenactment and Guerneville’s Farmers Market- River Living at its best.
A Traveling Mini-Fair representative of what you may expect at the Sonoma County Fair will arrive at the Plaza on Thursday, July 17