Snoopy, a War Horse and National Tai Chi Day are all coming to Cloverdale this week, along with a variety of musicians, a farmers market and a “Meet & Greet” with Supervisorial candidate Deb Fudge.
Friday Night Live at the Plaza, Cloverdale’s summer-long, free outdoor concert series, returns May 30.
After a year and a half away, 21-year-old Army Specialist Juan “Johnny” Galvan is headed home Friday afternoon for a three month leave.
Economic Profile reveals that about 22 percent of Cloverdale’s employed population is in the educational services, health care and social assistance sector.
Handwritten letters are fast becoming a lost art, but Haley Callahan and Ash Weiss are hoping to reignite the flame at their ‘Open Envelope’ event.
Kent Porter captured this photo montage of last night’s full lunar eclipse.
“Undersea Impressions,” a collection of prints and pixels by two well-known fisheries scientists, will be displayed at the Vino di Amore Gallery.
David Weber, the Chief Instructor and 5th Degree Black Belt Master at Weber’s Black Belt Academy, says he was hooked the first time he saw a “Karate Kid” movie.
A busy week will conclude with more than 1,600 eggs being hidden on the Jefferson School playground next Saturday for the Cloverdale Lions Club’s annual Easter Egg Hunt.
“Charged Particles” will wrap up THE Jazz Club season at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery this Thursday from 8 to 10 p.m.