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Page 8 The Cloverdale Reveille February 7, 2019 www.cloverdalereveille.com "- Editor's Pick This weekend is chalk-full of events, so take your pick. Wanting to experience some jazz? Monreal Latin Jazz is heading to the Cloverdale Arts Alliance. Looking for something to do with your kid? The library is hosting Kirk Waller to perform stories and songs that explore African and African American culture. The options seem endless, and the details are below. Ongoing You don't have to be a senior to take advantage of everything the senior center has to offer. Among the many classes are those that help you learn to relax, improve your balance and create well-being. The senior center offers four yoga c~asses, Mondays through Thursdays from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m. Tai Chi is taught on Mondays from 10 to 1i a.m. A meditation circle meets ~esdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. A TED tqlk discussion group meets on Tuesdays from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. to discuss different TED talks. Small dbnations of $3 to $5 requested. C|overdale Senior Multipurpose Center, 311 N. Main St. 707-894-4826, cl~verdaleseniorcenter.com. Community support of educational experiences for C~overdale Unified School District s~udents is a win-win. Show up at a C~overdale Adds Resources for E~lucation (CARE) Foundation ~ueeting, held at 7 p.m. on the third sday of the month at Cloverdale I-~gh School in Room 10 and see h~.w you can lend a hand. The C~RE Foundation is a nonprofit comprised of educators and concerned Cloverdale community n~embers, cusdcare.org. Cloverdale City Council nleetings are held the second and fgurth Wednesdays of each month at 6 p.m. Agendas are available about 72 hours in advance of meetings. The public is welcome to aftend and participate in all public sessions of the council. Council meetings take place at Cloverdale PErforming Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. cloverdale.net. The Cloverdale Regional Library hosts a handful of recurring weekly events for people of all ages. On Mondays, the library hosts Wee Read Baby-Toddler Storytime and Preschool Storytime. Wee Read Baby-Toddler Storytime is for children age 0 to 36 months at 10:30 a.m. Preschool Storytime is for kids age 3 to 6 at 11:30 a.m. On Tuesdays, the library offers homework help for K-12 students from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. On Wednesdays from 2:30 to 4 p.m children in grades seven to 12 can go to the library for Game On, a program that provides kids a space to relax and play games with their peers. Every Friday, the library holds Book a Librarian from 3 to 6 p.m. As part of this program, adult patrons can sign up for free one-on- one help with a librarian. The help covers a range of topics, such as computer skills, an introduction to the internet and others. Cloverdale Regional Library, 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Problems with drinking? Alcoholics Anonymous meets in Cloverdale on Mondays at 7 p.m. at the Living Water Church, 450 S. Franklin St.; Tuesdays at 8 a.m 122 N. Main Street; Tuesdays and Wednesdays at noon at the Cloverdale Grange, 201 Commercial St.; Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Parkside Christian Chapel, 553 W. Second St. All are welcome. Are you a trivia buff?. The Clover Theater hosts general knowledge trivia every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Admission is free and participants have the opportunity to win prizes. 121 E. 1st St. Ongoing until March 22 Place exhibit. Guest artists for the exhibit are sculptor Luann Udell and painter Timothy David Dixon. Resident artists for the exhibit include Laura Paine Carr, Jane Gardner, Pamela Heck, Terry Holleman, Paul Maurer and Hanya Popova Parker. Ralph Broussard, digital collage, is the featured resident artist for Place. The gallery opening will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. BLUES -- The Cloverdale Arts Alliance's Blues at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance gallery, 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. February 7 Monreal Latin Jazz. Lead by guitarist, composer and music teacher Sebastian Monreal, Monreal Latin Jazz is a quintet that styles of Central andSouth America. The quintet is coming to Cloverdale as part of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance's monthly program THE Jazz Club. Doors open at 7 p.m. and music begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for Arts Alliance members and $20 for non-members. Cloverdale Arts Alliance, 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. February 8 African American folktales. As part of celebrating Black History Month, join storyteller Kirk Waller as he performs stories and songs that explore African and African American culture and history. 11 a.m. to noon. Cloverdale Regional Library, 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Ages five and up. Teen movie night: "Every Day." The library's teen movie night continues with "Every Day," which tells the story of 16-year-old Rhiannon, a girl who falls for a mysterious soul known as "A." There's only one catch -- A wakes up in the body of a different person Photo provided Night will be on Feb. 9. every day. The showing is open to teens in grades seven to 12.From 4 to 6 p.m. Cloverdale Regional Library, 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale High School Improv. The Cloverdale High School Improv Group is heading to the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center to deliver a from the audience. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. and will last one hour without intermission. Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Boulevard. February 9 "The Great Buster." As part of its Arthouse Screening series, the Alexander Valley Film Society is hosting a screening of the new Buster Keaton documentary, "The Great Buster." Keaton's granddaughter will be in attendance for a post-film discussion. Advance tickets are $10 for seniors, $12 for general admission and $2 for students. Advance tickets can be purchased online at avfilmsociety.org. The movie starts at 1 p.m. The Clover Theatre, 121 East First St. Blues Night. The Cloverdale Arts Alliance is presenting The Blues Night, which runs monthly on the second Saturday of each month. The show will feature the house band The Blue Lights, as well as local talent. Tickets are $5 for all. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music goes from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Cloverdale Arts Alliance, 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Open Mic. The Cloverdale Performing Arts center is having an open mic on Feb. 9. Now in its third year, artists of all kinds can perform on the CPAC stage. Performers must sign up ahead of time with Artistic Director Yave Guzman by calling 707-508-8339 by 5 p.m. on Feb. 8. The open mic starts at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Performing Arts center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. February 14 Big Blue House. Local band Big Blue House will be playing a jazz set at Cloverdale Ale Co. in honor of Valentine's Day. The performance will have feature a special guest, Jim Passarell, on bass. 6:30 p.m. 131 E. First St. February 15-18 Cloverdale Citrus Fair. The Citrus Fair is finally here. During the fair, attendees can ride rides, che c out citrus-themedexhibits Find out more at cloverdalecitrusfair.org. February 20 Cloverdale Indivisible meeting. Progressive and independent group Cloverdale Indivisible will be holding its monthly meeting at the United Church of Cloverdale Fellowship Hall, 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The meeting will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. February 21 The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men. As part of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance's Americana Night, the Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men will bring rock 'n' roll to the arts stage. Tickets are $15 for Arts Alliance members and $20 for non-members, Doors open at 7 p.m. and music begins at 7:30 p.m. 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Email calendar items to news@cloverdalereveilie.com at least one week prior to desired publication, Photos welcomed, p on agann of 'The As part of its Arthouse Screening Series, the Alexander Valley Film Society (AVFS) is pleased to announce a special screening of Peter Bogdanovich's new documentary "The Great Buster," celebrating the life and work of the late, great Buster Keaton. Keaton's granddaughter, Melissa Cox, will be in attendance for a post-film discussion including a screening of Keaton's short film "Cops." Proceeds from the screening will support the Alexander Valley Film Society's year-round educational and cultural programs. What: "The Great Buster" directed by Peter Bogdanovich with special guest Melissa Cox, Keaton's granddaughter and long-term Cloverdale resident, in attendance for a Q&A following the film. Advance tickets are $10 for seniors, $12 for general admission and $2 for students. Tickets may be purchased through the AVFS website only: avfilmsociety.org. Ticket prices go up at the door. Who: Families, film fans and supporters of the AFVFS will watch the history of cinema come alive through a new documentary and first- hand accounts from Keaton's family. When: Saturday, Feb. 9 at 1 p.m. Where: The Clover Theater, 121 East First St. -- Submitted by Kathryn Hecht BEST PRUNER WINS - The pionship will be on Feb. 22. Photo provided 18th annual grapevine pruning cham- Pruning Championship applicants due Feb. 12 Bragging rights and big prizes will be on the line at the 18th annual grapevine pruning championship being sponsored by the Sonoma County Winegrowers on Friday, Feb. 22 at its new with the top two contestants advancing to a final heat. Contestants must bring their own pruning shears and safety equipment. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Women are encouraged to vineyard and office location compete. The contest begins 5 7"] Law Offices of nEG nppi eaRti adsare due sat9admatat dlcUnClhsWioillnbe more than three workers per For more information [[1 Ii James F. DeMartini ][ by Tuesday, Feb. 12andno There isnoentryfee. company or vineyard contact Dana Cappelloni at H II iimanagement firm can enter. Dana@sonomawinegrape.org The competition will be or 707-522-5851. Ill II Paula S. Hall, E q. [I held in pre-assigned heats H II II - mORNEYSANDCOUNSELO SAT W [i ] Cloverdal ::,iPonyta,l" League.Softball ]1 "Cloverdale's Full Service Law Firm" Ii ." * BusinessLivingTrustS'and WillS,Real EstateP Wer fAtt rney " I Early Registration II Personal Injury and Accident Litigation II I online registration at II Employment Law and Dispute Mediation 1[ ~1 . Collaborative Law II I Leagu? One now! [I "' "' Ill v,: J I active, leagueone.com/ II ch,d / $50 for each additional child ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE February is National Pet m Dental Health Month N Schedule a dental cleaning for the month of February and receive $40 off our already low prices! Call for Appointment! 894-3951 to add to your calendars now: istration Begins: Monday, February 4tfi::: ! I Rn ! pate for Early Registration: Friday, Marchl: {6 :: Prices go to $95 for the first child / $70 ::: : additional child Paperwork Hand-In & Gear Swap at::Oity park iiiiiiiiii Sunday, April 7th ;i! ii i!i ! ii!iiii i!i!iiiiiiii i i;ii;i;;;;;;! iiiiiiiii i ii iiiii;;; ~:ii!i ::~iiiiiiiiii~:~: Tentative Assessment Date: Su~ii~ii~i~iiiii~th We look forward to another girls softball! Don't forget togo a#d follow our public Facebook page:: 6:r thi C ove dale Ponytail League to keep up with ll0f ib0 OEdates and information moving,:fo[w rdi For more information please call Pat Bj d 326;2562 On Wednesday, Feb. 27, the Cloverdale Arts Alliance will present the initial Jazz Wgr, kshop~ which will run on the fourth Wednesdays monthly from7 to 9 p.m September through May. The workshops are free to the public. Led by Cloverdale-based musician Paul Schneider, this hands-on, ears-on workshop will focus on beginning improvisers and will focus on creative expression and ear training. An intermediate level of skill on a musical instrument is necessary, attendees should have an ability to play at a junior high or high school lev- el. Emphasis will be on learn- ing the first steps to improvi- sation, a few basic scales and how to create your own ideas using them. Ear training will also be emphasized. Music Theory will also be intro- duced, but at a non-intimidat- ing level and pace. Suggested course materials include a musical instrument, Volumes 1 and 2 of the "Jamey Aebersold Jazz Improvisation" workbooks, and the album "Kind Of Blue" by Miles Davis. Occasional Advanced level classes will also be offered from time to time, but the overall emphasis is on those with an interest in beginning the process of learning how to improvise musically in the jazz style and tradition, and those with some experience looking to build on that. Paul Schneider has studied jazz improvisation with Randy Masters, Dr. Ray Copeland and Dr. Fred Tillis. He has performed with numerous artists including Claude DarteD, Federico Cervantes, Mwanza Furaha, Davey Pattison, Sam Andrews, Atma Anur, Peter Keys and Tom Finch. Schneider currently plays with local groups Big Blue House and The 'Zander Valley Sextet which also includes Sonoma County jazz heavy- weights Greg Hester, Jim Passarell and Geoff Whyte. The Cloverdale Arts Alliance is located at 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The Jazz Workshop is a program of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, a non-profit arts organization bringing cultural arts to northern Sonoma County. Other CAA programs include Friday Night Live at the Plaza, Art Gallery, Blues Night, The Jazz Club, Americana Night, Music Workshops, Discovering Art Series, Art Classes, Wine Appreciation Workshops, and Special Events. -- Submitted by Mark Tharrington in Does advertising the Local Newpaper still work? Our readers are your best customers. They read this page every week. Shop locally with your advertising dollars just like you want your customers to shop locally with you. Stay in front of your best audience and ahead of your competitors. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE 894-3339 We are Print Digital Social & Mobile