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Page - The Cloverdale Reveille - July 18, 2019 www.claverdaiereveiElation}’ SgulptOI; Spotlight: County fair returns to its roots Pierre the V 1.... tea... a... A...“ “ ' ft; m' By Heather Bailey Staff Writer heather@sonomawest.com The Sonoma County Fair returns on Aug. 1 for the 83rd year, and the theme of Back To Our Roots In Cowboy Boots hearkens to the fair’s agricultural origins. The fair runs Aug. 1 through 11 and will feature Wine Country Horse Racing on Aug. 1 through 4 and 8 through 11. Gates open daily from 11 am. to 9 pm. On opening day the kid’s carnival opens at noon and the main carnival opens at 3 pm. Otherwise, Monday through Friday the carnival opens at noon and on Saturdays and Sundays it opens at 11 am. Exhibit buildings are Open daily from 11 am. to 10 pm. Butler Amusements will again be it running the carnival and rides section of «tie! 4‘ the fair, and this year four new rides Photo Jude Gibson will be featured, the Giant Wheel, PELE —- In his sculpture, Pierre Riche wanted to put a face to the Footloose, Tilt-A-Wheel and the Frog myth of Pele. Hopper. Pierre Riche, a It sits 8 feet high, 4 feet ilA’Eglgggirégggnoggég‘ggfi59:39 ls Watsonville sculptor, is wide and 6 feet deep. Chief garden will highlight a country song exhibiting Pele, the Volcano Steel Feather is created out featuring a different flower From “San Goddess, Awakens in of welded reclaimed metal Antonio Rose» to “The Orahge Blossom Cloverdale. Riche’s primary and enamel paint. This Special” the gardens will have their own inspiration for this sculpture sculpture is located on the floral and musical identity Visitors was drawn from the 2018 south side of Citrus Fair should expect beautiful water features volcanic eruptions on Drive and Cloverdale and even a old west saloon where you . , ; Hawaii. Boulevard. The sculpture is can «wet your Whistle n “I put a face to this hollow and can be walked The fair was foundéd on livestock and t . powerful and natural force of into through an opening in farmers and this year is no exception . A. . . 4. '. .'. destruction and was guided the back of the sculpted Throughout the two weeks exhibitor's Photo Reveille archives by the myth of Pele, the metal feather headdress. will be Showing Off their tot, quality ROUND AND ROUND — The Sonoma County Fair is returning for its 83rd year on Aug. 1. volcano goddess story,” Walk into the sculpture to cattle, sheep, goats) swine, poultry, Rmhe salid‘ ‘ Ifused the d gels}? power of Chlef Steel rabbits and caVieS- If you want to get up Zamacona (Aug. 4), Lonestar (Aug. 5), savings. Parking will range from $9 to persona “Eu? an enrafie 6%. in d .b h. rt and Close and personal With farm The Grass Roots (Aug. 6), Average White $15 depending on the lot. Carnival ride and Yenge Woman t at . 1c 9 e.scr1 es IS a as critteI‘S, the Great American Petting ZOO Band (Aug. 7), Natural Wonder (Aug. 8), tickets or wristbands are sold Pele ls Symbohzeli as,,t° hung the expressive nature Of the iS Open daily from 11 a-m- t0 3 P-m- Acoutstic Bandas (Aug. 9), Leonid and separately, but are also for pro-purchase her mythOIOgy ahve' human Spmt and the power FarmeI’S’ Day iS Aug- 4 and iS ChOCk Friends (Aug. 10) and Mi Banda discount prices through July 31. Located on Cloverdale 0f W111 and thefiymimic fun OfiiveSiOCk and redeo'centl‘ie Mexicano lios Angelos Negros (Aug. 11). Children 12and younger receive free Boulevarg and East second movement 0f hfe WIthin aetiVitieS for kids Of all 3895- The junior Some 'concerts are free with general general admission to the fair every Street! It ls 6 feet hlgh by 3 people' The tern-1 for 18- iiVeStOCk aUCtiODS, Where FFA and 4-H admission, but others require separate Thursday, while Seniors 60+ receive free .feet Wlde’ and 6 feet deep’ and sculpture teghmque ls dlrect kids sell their animalS, take Place 011 ticket purchases. To see start times and general admission to the fair every l? Slpo'nsored 21y llarictih metal sculptmg' Aug- 3 (lambs, rabbits and goats), Aug- 8 ticket status, go to Friday. On Wednesday, Aug. 7, bring at Ciao ageirtenAfiiange (hogs) and Aug. 9 (beeD- sonomacountyfair.com/fair/headlining- least two non-perishable (non-expired) A secgnd 30:1 ture in M Submitted ce _ Concerts Will grace the Stage eVery concertsphp. food items to donate to the Redwood Cl d 1 b Rph . 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