There’s a lot to do in Cloverdale this week: Art Appreciation lectures, Books on Stage, a free Online Genealogical Research workshop, an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast and Rummage Sale, topped off with the 21st annual Cloverdale Car & Motorcycle Show.
One Cloverdale senior citizen received a really cool gift, thanks to the Cloverdale Rotary Club and a generous group of community volunteers.
Caltrans has scheduled a drainage repair and paving project on the highway just north of Cloverdale that is expected to continue through the month of September.
Bloomin’ Tires make earth friendly planters and versatile garden decor.
Here is a brief round-up of some of the news circulating around Cloverdale this week.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI and the Cloverdale Historical Society will commemorate this monumental event in their Fall Speaker Series.
Harmonica blues master Charlie Musselwhite will close out the 2014 Friday Night Live concert season.
Veterans take center stage in Cloverdale this week, beginning with the Historical Society’s Speaker Series program about WWI, and continuing with a display of original WWI posters at Exchange Bank and a Feed-a-Vet Dinner and Fundraiser at Josie’s Star Cafe.
All proceeds from the special memorial tribute to the late actor Robin Williams will be donated to the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) Sonoma County
Friday Night Live, Cloverdale’s free outdoor summer concert series, continues the 2014 season this Friday, August 22, with Eric Lindell.