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Page 2 The Cloverdale Reveille May 2, 2019 www.cJoverdaiereveJJle,cora KIDS BAY -- The Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale had games and bubbles for kids to play with, Photos Zoe Strickland hosted One Day for Kids this weekend, where they and free books for everyone to take home. BRING IN SPRING -- Third graders from Geyserville Elementary perform year's festival. Photo Rick Tang the Maypole Dance at last By Andrew Pardiac Hillary Marckx and ballet "We have worked togethor Managing Editor folklorico will be performed for years -- they are a andrew@sonomawest.com by middle school students,cosponsor of Geyserville's "The Geyserville chamber Fall Colors Festival, Hold onto your streamer, relishes any chance to coordinating the Vintage Car it's almost May Day. support our schools and Show portion of that event. The Geyserville Chamber community," Pillsbury said. Their participation with the of Commerce is hosting the"Sometimes that support isrib-off is a more recent 42rid annual May Day financial and sometimes it is development," Pillsbury said. festival on Sunday, May 5,just in bringing everyone "This is a great addition to from noon to 4 p.m. at thetogether for a good time. This the May Day celebration, it Hoffman Picnic Grounds. is one of three big events we not only brings an added The event is free to the use to promote our town --food-tasting element, but public, the others being the Fall draws a bigger crowd and The staple of the event --Colors Festival and Vintage adds a bit of friendly which celebrates the onset of Car Show, and the Lighted competition for participants spring-- is the maypole. Tractor Parade. This one has and the voting public." Geyserville boasts having the most community-centricThough the cook-off has one from 1925. Third graders feel, and is touted as a town only been part of the festival are scheduled to dance picnic, with plenty of people for the last several years, it around the pole to continue coming just to visit with brings back memories of past the tradition at 2 p.m. friends and neighbors." celebrations for Pillsbury. "I would say a lot of folks There will be booths set up "I remember earlier consider it a tradition. The that showcase the area's versions of the festival setting is lovely and the history and do a little involved a salad potluck with weather is usually fundraising. Proceeds fromthe Kiwanis doing barbecue," cooperative. Also, the the event will go toward local Pillsbury said. "It was held in participation of the thirdnonprofits, the Hoffman Grove (private graders in the Maypole property) off Canyon Road, Dance is a big draw for those Slow and low and one of the highlights was families," said the chamber's The event will also include the Firemen's Follies with Sharon Pillsbury. a rib cook-off. Entries are in competition between local In addition, kids can playand the slabs will start fire departments featuring a in a bounce house, climb the cooking to fall-off-the-bone fire hose 'tug of war,' which rock wall and have their perfection at 6 a.m. involved moving a ball along faces painted. There will also All ribs come from the a high wire with their fire be an egg toss competition. Geyserville Market, which hoses, and also a soap box The children's activities are are available for participants derby. Both of these events funded by donations and to pick up on Friday, May 3. have been discontinued for sponsorships from local The cook-off is put on by safety reasons. The rib businesses, the Kiwanis Club and is contest restores some of that The crowning of the May coordinated by Bill Green.friendly competition of the Day Queen and her court will Pillsbury said the club and events held in the '70s and. be at 1:30 p.m. chamber have a good, long '80s to our current May Day Music will be provided by history, celebration." (formerly Wine Women & Shoes) brings together hundreds of philanthropic people for one of the county's most unique charitable events. Our largest fundraiser, this evening lropy, wine and friendsh p is more important than ever] Funds raised help create a le and food painngs. 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