“Wreaths Across America,” hosted locally by Cloverdale’s American Legion Post #293, Sons of the American Legion Post #293 and VFW Post #9268, will take place this Saturday morning, Dec. 14.
Fred Young Mortuary invites family and friends to create a new holiday tradition by hanging an ornament on the tree and lighting a candle in memory of their loved one.
THE Jazz Club presents the Ken Cook Quartet playing a variety of Jazz, Soul, Latin and Brazilian music from 8 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12.
Redwood Children’s Services is hosting a Foster Care information session this Wednesday evening at the Cloverdale Library.
While Ron and Betty Cooper’s Cloverdale home is not officially called “The Christmas Tree House,” it certainly could be.
The holiday season is in full swing in Cloverdale with a variety of events, including live stage performances of “A Christmas Carol,” a Gingerbread House building contest, special remembrance ceremonies, horse and carriage rides, and more.
Here is a brief round-up of some of the news circulating around Cloverdale this week.
Three Sonoma County ladies, who have combined their love of horses with their patriotic support of our military, have become known locally as the American Soldier Freedom Riders.
Cloverdale author’s new book gives readers an exclusive inside look at the Holidays Resort Hippie Commune in the Santa Cruz Mountains during the late 60′s.
The holiday season officially begins this week with the Cloverdale Lions Club’s annual Toy Run, the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Plaza and “A Christmas Carol” on stage at CPAC.