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The Mendocino Theater Company is having their Saturday Actors Workshop, with two classes: one for actors ages 12 to 18 and one for adults. Workshops are an introduction to Dan Kozloff's Basic Acting Skills, appropriate for all experience levels to teach actors how to translate words on a page into convincingly real and entertainingly expressive […]Find out more »
This spring will be the US Census count, right now the State of California is seeking workers immediately for all over Mendocino County. There are over 550 people needed before March. Positions are available all over the County. Pay is $17 per hour with weekly paychecks and flexible hours including paid training. Apply on line […]Find out more »
Volunteers needed for the morning of Thursday, January 30, to help the Mendocino County Homeless Services Continuum of Care conducted its annual unsheltered Point-In-Time Count. This Count is a requirement of Federal and State funding for housing and homeless services. Volunteers are needed in both coastal and inland portions of Mendocino County to work in […]Find out more »
Women's Song Fest is the 4th annual event where women’s choral groups and individual singers gather to learn inspiring songs on Saturday February 8, 9:30–5:00. Choral leaders from all over Northern California take turns teaching songs. The groups & leaders confirmed so far to teach during the day are: Inland Valley Women’s Chorus, Mendocino Women’s […]Find out more »
The Ice Cream Social will be held in Bartlett Hall on Monday, January 27, from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Enjoy a dish of ice cream with toppings and pie or cake for $3.00. Members over 90 years old or those coming to the Social in their birthday month will enjoy free admission. But all are […]Find out more »
The Mendocino Theater Company will hold auditions for their production of Exposure Time on Monday and Tuesday January 27 and 28 at 7pm at the Theater. To sign up or for information on other MTC auditions go to AuditionsFind out more »
The Audubon Program on January 27 to discuss the North Coast Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Strategies. The presentation is an overview of Northern California recovery strategies for endangered and threatened Coho Salmon and steelhead trout as well as an in-depth discussion of the importance of Mendocino County populations. Anna Halligan, the Project Director, Trout Unlimited's […]Find out more »