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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 »
The Fort Bragg Day of the Dead Altar Walk in the windows of local businesses will run from October 1 to November 2 around downtown Fort Bragg. Maps will be at all participating businesses and at the Chamber of Commerce office . If you desire to place one yourself or want more information, contact Friends […]Find out more »
Flow Kana presents the inaugural Hopland Hop Harvest & Music Festival with 17 bands on October 26 and 27 to benefit the Hopland Fire Department and the Solar Living Institute. The two day event includes music from Hot Buttered Rum, Poor Man’s Whiskey, SambaDa, Afro Funk Experience, along with Taste the Harvest Cooking Competition,’ Costume […]Find out more »
Children of all ages are invited to carve pumpkins, play games, eat snacks and get goodies at Mendocino Presbyterian Church immediately after worship (around noon) on Sunday, Oct 27. Families are welcome to come to worship at 11 a.m. and or the fun holiday celebration.Find out more »
Spend a special afternoon on Sunday October 27, in Elk from 2 to 4, ,listening to a reading of Goosefoot Tango by Susan Maeder while enjoying wine, hors d'oeuvres and a stunning view of the ocean. The afternoon at a private home is a benefit for the Mendocino Theater Company. To get tickets call 937-4477Find out more »
Local authors Russell and Sylvia Bartley will present the story of a local immigrant Finnish family that linked our isolated area with a great international movement of the 20th century. More information has come to light since the book was published in 2005. They will be hosted by the Guest House Museum on Sunday, October […]Find out more »
Circle Dance happens every month, begining at 3 pm on day last Sunday of the month at the Community Center of Mendocino in the Community Room. Circle Dance mixes traditional folk dances with new choreographies set to a variety of music both ancient and modern. Dances can be slow and meditative or lively and energetic. […]Find out more »