Cloverdale’s historic Preston Depot will once again become a bevy of activity when the three-day Preston Depot Estate and Garage Sale to benefit stray dogs and cats takes place in October.
Beginning with a poetry reading by Steven David Martin, this week’s Speaker Series will focus on “1916: Year of the Offensives.”
This week, the Cloverdale Historical Society will continue their Centennial Remembrance Speaker Series, an Artists’ Reception will take place at Towers Gallery, local Poet Michelle Wing will read from her new book and the Cloverdale Lions Club will host a fundraising dinner dance.
Harry Martin of Dolorosa Candles announced today he will be closing the retail store at 105 N. Cloverdale Blvd. by October 15.
Thanks to the Cloverdale Lions Club and one nine-year old girl, a Buddy Bench has been added to the playground area at Jefferson School.
Seven years ago, doctors gave 49-year old Cloverdale native Diane Ramos Miller a three percent chance of survival.
With Stage 2 Water Conservation Measures in effect, many Cloverdale residents are discovering their washing machines can become a new source of irrigation water.
“Forthright and Female: Creative Women of Early Cloverdale,” presented by the Cloverdale Historical Society, is a series of theatrical performances and an art exhibit by and about remarkable women of early Cloverdale.
Highlighted by a 9/11 Memorial Service, the week includes auditions for CPAC’s next play, a dramatization spotlighting a creative woman in Cloverdale’s history, a Greywater Installation Workshop, two historical landmark plaque dedications by E Clampus Vitas and the annual Volunteer Firefighters’ BBQ & Street Dance.
The 21st annual Cloverdale Car & Motorcycle Show kicks off Friday night with a Cruise and Sock Hop in the Plaza.