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Wind & Water: The Nautical Collection of Norman de Vall. Exhibit runs now through November 11th at tje Kelley House Museum. Hours are Fridays through Mondays 11 to 3. Seafaring tools, sextants, vintage navigational instruments, antique charts and more! 937-5791 or KelleyHouseMuseum.org for more informationFind out more »
Caspar 4th Sunday Breakfast is from 9-11 on the fourth Sunday of every month at the Caspar Community Center. The menu varies with the season and includes vegan and gluten-free options. A benefit for Caspar Community. To see this month’s menu go to Caspar CommonsFind out more »
It is time to stock up on plants for winter and early spring bloom and start your holiday shopping at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens' annual Fall Plant Sale September 14 through September 22. There is never an admission fee to visit the Nursery, Store, or Café.Find out more »
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday the Friends of the Fort Bragg Library have a book sale from 11 to 3 in the Noyo Bookstore, near the end of North Harbor Drive. Proceeds support library programs and the library expansion project.Find out more »
Ukiah Community Concerts Presents: Musical Art Quintet at Mendocino College on September 22. Bass player, composer, and arranger Sascha Jacobsen takes chamber music to new heights. His Musical Art Quintet blends classical ensemble mastery with the invigorating rhythms of Argentina, Cuba, Africa, Jazz, and even Electronica. The Mendocino College Gallery will be open during this […]Find out more »
Mendocino County Library is pleased to offer a countywide program highlighting Banned Books Week. Challenged and Censored will feature readings from selected adult banned books that will encourage the audience to guess which book it is, and why it is banned. Each reading will be followed by a lively discussion with audience participation encouraged. Banned […]Find out more »