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IAGE 12--WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18, 2010 A CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA ?,, The Cloverdale Arts Alliance crew were on hand to pour wine and beer at the latest Friday Night Live event. From left: Mark Tharrington, Chelsea, JeffSmith, Linda and Bill Esselstein, and Kathleen Kelley-Young. Jeff Taylor, of Taylor Electric, was relaxing at the Eagle's Nest Dell waiting for the festivities to begin. Capri Schriner of The Underground Cafe sets up her booth of goodies at the farmers market. Jane Doroffwasselling raffleticketsforthis beautiful Harley Davidson. The Redwood Empire Chapter Harley Owners Group is raffling the new Harley XL883L with all proceeds going to the Sonoma County Council on Aging. Joi th Pl y CI b d g .,..o =.,,. .-.. =O ON,.. o,,.B .., .E,. n a ers u an et: .A..,,UB .,..s o... =O ou,o. GOOD FOR $10 OFF ANY SINGLE MENU ITEM ON THE BAR & GRILL OR STEAKHOUSE MENU INCLUDING BUFFET OFFERINGS. One coupon per person, per day. Offer not valid with any'other coupons, offers or lromotions. HoplandSho-Ka-Wah Casnno reservesthe right to modify or discontinue this promotion without notice. QUmED. C 8 0 0 ? 2 7 8 * :'enChesley sets up her Healdsburg Bath and Body works at the farmer's market last Friday. Her partner is Lisa Phipps. David Weber, left, stands with his students, Jeremy Wilson and Elliot Nixon at the Weber's ATA Black Belt Academy booth atthefarmers market.Weber teachestaekwondo at his academy in Cloverdale and has 50 students. Arts Alliance president, Bill Lambert, gets his orders from Cloverdale Farmer's Market manager, Baker. Apparently Bill needed instructions on some )lacement at last Friday's plaza event. AI Giordano, left, visits with AI Gillis. Giordano staffed the Master Gardener booth. "*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Void where prohibited. Employees of RCU and/or RCUSG, volunteer Officials and their family members not eligible to win. See website for complete contest rules. Contest ends August i 31, 2010. Visa: estimated payment example 60 months/S5,000 initial balance, $104/month at 8.99% APR. For transacttons occurring oultside US, a 1% fee will apply. For cash advances at a non-RCU location, the greater of 2% of the advance or $20 will be charged. If you live, work or own a business in 8 Greater North Bay counties, you can join with $5 in a savings account. i -Clearance through ChexSystems & other possible restrictions. Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys at Cloverdale FNL on Aug.20 Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys roll into Cloverdale for a high ener- gy, dancing spectacular at Friday Night Live on Aug. 20. Since form- ing in 1988, this band has emerged as one of the world's most respect- ed practitioners of American roots music, western swing, rockabilly, and traditional country - playing it like they invented it. "I think of us as just rock and roll band that's let- ting the roots show," says bandle- ader Big Sandy. Whether they're playing the Grand Old Opry or Late Night with Conan O'Brien, or sim- ply climbing out of a bus after roll- ing into your town, these guys are bringing us some music and lots of favorites. When Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys roll into town, Friday Night Live fans should bring their danc- ing shoes and get ready for some great old-time rock and roll. Friday Night Live festivities be- gin at 5:30 p.m. with the Cloverdale Certified Farmers Market which of- fers fresh local produce, arts, crafts and food, or sample local restau- rants offering early bird and late night specials. Music starts at 7 p.m. Arrive ear- ly for limited seating or bring your own lawn chair. Craft beer, local wines, non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. Friday Night Live respectfully asks that you help us comply with the condi- tions of our ABC permit by not bringing outside alcoholic beverag- es to the concerts and disposing of any alcoholic beverages purchased at the shows before you leave. Friday Night Live is produced by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance with underwriting support from the City of Cloverdale and a number of gen- erous local businesses and winery sponsors. The Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys concert is underwritten in part by Dolph Green & Kristin Kurpin- sky of Edward Jones. Winery spon- sor is Mendocino Vineyards. Major sponsors for the 2010 series are Furber Development, A&M Satel- lite/Dish Network, Lagunitas Brewing Company/Miller Lite, Redwood Credit Union and Real Goods Solar. Media Sponsors are Cloverdale Reveille, KRCB-FM and KZST-FM. Out-of-town visitors can receive a lodging discount by calling His- toric Inns of Cloverdale at (800) 894-1737 and mentioning Friday Night Live. For more information visit www.cloverdale arts alliance.org or call (707) 894-4410, or www.myspace.com/big- sandyandhisflyriteboys. "- Elissa Morrash