Time Marthas On by Xian
(Weekly Open Mics not in monthly calendar below)

Every Sat. 6 pm
Open mic- Kelsey Creek Coffee , 930 N. Main St. (Old Pardini Appliance Store), Lakeport, Ca  Beer and Wine available. No phone. Acoustic music only. Run by Jim Williams owner of Strings and Things 262-0622, call him for further info. Large coffee shop with concrete walls.

Monday nite 8 pm to Midnite.
Open mic at Silk's , 14825 Lakeshore Dr.,Clearlake. Hosted by Kevin, manager. Acoustic music, comedy and poetry.  995-7455  Over 21 crowd.


JANUARY

5
Writing Workshop
With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
6
The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)
8, 15, 22

Chris Martenson’s

CRASH COURSE
(three parts)

Second Sunday Cinema,
The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
Info at 279-2957 and here...
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Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

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Lake County Writers
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. 2nd Wed. of each month at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. The group welcomes interested writers of all levels and genres. Free
13

Second Friday Open Mic
MOUNTAIN HIGH COFFEE AND BOOKS, 16295 Hwy 175, Cobb (Next to Hardester's Market)
(707)928-0461
Capacity 40 ~ Amp Available ~ 3 songs per round WiFi Hotspot ~ Local Art Displayed ~ Outdoor Seating Available
13

Second Friday Open Mic
Catfish Coffee House at 14624 Lakeshore Drive. Original material is encouraged: poetry, music and comedy.
14

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Roy Zimmerman

Presented by Lake Community Radio, KPFZ 88.1FM

What's funny about war, poverty, ignorance, bigotry, neo-conservatism, homophobia, greed, lust and fear? Ask Roy Zimmerman. He's been writing satirical songs for 20 years.Zimmerman has played clubs across the country and is currently touring in a one-man show.

Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 7 pm.

Tickets -- $20

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3rd Friday Live


Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

All tickets -- $10
27
Jam Session
&
Open Mic
D'S COFFEE AND TEA SHOP
Across from Middletown Post Office, On the outdoor patio. 987-3647 for schedule.Fourth Friday of Every Month, weather permitting ~ 7PM til 10PM
27

Jim Malcolm Concert

8 PM. Kelsey Creek Coffee Co., 930 N. Main St., Lakeport, in a fundraising benefit concert for Lake County Community Radio KPFZ 88.1.

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a fundraiser for Bayberry, Inc., Supported Living Services

Enjoy an evening of dancing to the L.C. Diamonds, delectable appetizers, fine wines, and a great silent auction.

Friday, January 27, 2012 from 7 --10 pm.

Tickets -- $30

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The Big Valley Grange, 1510 Big Valley Rd, Finley, CA

7:00pm until 9:00pm
DOCUMENTARY (2007: 1 hr. 28 min.)

FREE Public Showing of KING CORN, as part of the Last Sunday Cinema series sponsored by The Committee for a GE Free Lake County (http://www.gefreelake.org/)


  • FEBRUARY

    2
    Writing Workshop
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    3
    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)
    5
    Lake County Wine Studio is hosting a silk painting class with local artist and Serendipity Boutique owner Diana Liebe

    1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Liebe will demonstrate the process and each participant will paint and take home a hand painted silk scarf. Cost of class is a $15 materials fee and space is limited to 12 persons.
    For reservations and info, contact Susan Feiler at 707-275-8030, 707-293-8752 or e-mail susan@lakecountywinestudio.com.

    8
    Lake County Writers
    1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. 2nd Wed. of each month at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. The group welcomes interested writers of all levels and genres. Free
    10

    Second Friday Open Mic
    MOUNTAIN HIGH COFFEE AND BOOKS, 16295 Hwy 175, Cobb (Next to Hardester's Market)
    (707)928-0461
    Capacity 40 ~ Amp Available ~ 3 songs per round WiFi Hotspot ~ Local Art Displayed ~ Outdoor Seating Available
    10

    Second Friday Open Mic
    Catfish Coffee House at 14624 Lakeshore Drive. Original material is encouraged: poetry, music and comedy.
    11

    presented by the Lake County Arts Council

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    Saturday, Feb. 11 at 7:00 pm
    Sunday, Feb. 12 at 2:00 pm
    Showcasing the talents of our local musicians.

    Reserved Table Seating -- $20
    Premium Reserved Loge Seats -- $20
    General Assigned Loge Seats -- $15

    12

    FREEDOM RIDERS

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    Classic Movies 2012

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    Enjoy your favorite classic movie on the big screen in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    Suggested Donation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

    17

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    3rd Friday Live


    Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    All tickets -- $10
    24
    Jam Session
    &
    Open Mic
    D'S COFFEE AND TEA SHOP
    Across from Middletown Post Office, On the outdoor patio. 987-3647 for schedule.Fourth Friday of Every Month, weather permitting ~ 7PM til 10PM
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    Lake County Theatre Company presents The Odd Couple Female Version
    7:00 pm All Seats $5.
    Tickets are not available online.
    Friday, February 24, 2012 at 7 pm
    Saturday, February 25, 2012 at 7 pm
    Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 2 pm

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    Lake County Theatre Company presents The Odd Couple Female Version
    $15 for general assigned seats
    $18 for Premium assigned seats in Sections B and BB
    $3 discount for seniors, students and LCTC members


    MARCH

    1
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    3
    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)
    5

    March at the Blue Wing

    Tribute to Marc Hansen 1952-2012
    Mon. March 5, 6:30 - 9:00

    Will Siegel will host a jam session featuring all of Marc's many musician friends.  Marc and his sister died in a tragic auto accident on Feb. 14, the day after performing an inspirational last gig here at the Blue Wing.  All proceeds go to Marc's daughter Karissa.
    Friday, March 2, 2012 at 7 pm
    Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 7 pm
    Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 2 pm

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    Lake County Theatre Company presents The Odd Couple Female Version
    $15 for general assigned seats
    $18 for Premium assigned seats in Sections B and BB
    $3 discount for seniors, students and LCTC members
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    Irish Days

    Blue Wing Saloon Restaurant

    Irish Tuesday with music by Uncorked
    Tallman Hotel and Blue Wing Saloon Restaurant
    9520 & 9550 Main St., Upper Lake CA 95485
    707-275-2244, www.TallmanHotel.com

     

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    Lake County Writers
    1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. 2nd Wed. of each month at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. The group welcomes interested writers of all levels and genres. Free
    9

    Second Friday Open Mic
    Catfish Coffee House at 14624 Lakeshore Drive. Original material is encouraged: poetry, music and comedy.
    9

    Second Friday Open Mic
    MOUNTAIN HIGH COFFEE AND BOOKS, 16295 Hwy 175, Cobb (Next to Hardester's Market)
    (707)928-0461
    Capacity 40 ~ Amp Available ~ 3 songs per round WiFi Hotspot ~ Local Art Displayed ~ Outdoor Seating Available
    10

    Conscious Living/Conscious Dying

    Second Saturday Transition Film at Middletown Methodist
    Your ideas and participation warmly welcomed. Middletown Methodist Church, 15833 Armstrong Street off Highway 29. Doors open 2:30.
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    Gambling, Costume Contest, Live Band, Dancing, Burlesque, Games and prizes!
    This is an 18+ event.Tickets will be $15 at the door or in advance, and we should have them available soon! Its a party. Come in costume. Gamble, drink (shhh), watch the entertainment, listen to the band and dance the night away!

    More info....Barbara Clark

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    THRIVE

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    Enjoy your favorite classic movie on the big screen in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    Donations graciously accepted.

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.
    16

    Fargo Brothers

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    Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    All tickets -- $10
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    Event at the Blue Wing


    Michael Manring (left)
    Alex DeGrassi

    Concert with Conversation, 7:30 Two world-class string instrument players appear this month in the Tallman Hotel's intimate and informal house concert series. Tickets are $25 and available by calling the Hotel at 707-275-2244.
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    Irish Days

    St. Patrick's Day with music by Caolifhionne Mears on Celtic Harp and vocals

    Tallman Hotel and Blue Wing Saloon Restaurant
    9520 & 9550 Main St., Upper Lake CA 95485
    707-275-2244, www.TallmanHotel.com

     

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    3rd Annual 4 Minute Film Festival

    We Love Tules 2012

    Wild and Scenic
    Lake County

    A Wild and Scenic film festival featuring Lake County, with all ages and levels of skill invited to submit their creations. Submissions accepted from February 1-April 7 at Watershed Books, 305 North Main, Lakeport. For more info call Cheri Holden at 263 5787 or send an email to cheri@watershedbookco.com

    Premier Gala on April 18
    Lakeport Yacht Club
    Reservations Please

    19
    CASTING CALL
    KIDS FOR BROADWAY
    Auditions for "Cat and Mouse... or How the Game of Life is Played"

    For more information, call 279-4497

    21
    Serendipity Art and Boutique
    6193 E. Hwy 20, Lucerne
    245-7712
    1:00 to 3:00
    24
    Soper-Reese Community Theatre and Lake County Friends of Mendocino College proudly present the 2nd Annual Professional Pianists Concert.
    March 24, 2012 beginning with a reception at 6:00 pm. The concert will start at 7:00 pm.

    Premium Reserved Seats -- $30
    General Assigned Seats -- $25
    25

    Vanishing of the Bees

    Last Sunday Cinema Film Series - Big Valley Grange, Finley - Sunday March, 25,  Film at 7 pm. Film: “Vanishing of the Bees”  An engaging and motivating examination of the many possible causes of our wee but crucial pollinators' struggle with Colony Collapse Disorder.  Thurston at 275-9315


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    LAKE COUNTY LIVE!

    ANDY ROSOFF
    AND UNCORKED

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    Show starts at 6:00 pm. Must be seated by 5:45 pm.
    Tickets -- $5


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    APRIL

    5
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    6

    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Travis Rinker, guitar
    Lajour Estate Winery

    8

    Queen of the Sun

    What are the bees trying to tell us?
    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
    PLUS: Bee Intro from 2-4Pm at Ancient Lake Gardens, 8993 Soda Bay Rd, Kelseyville.  Both Free. Info at 889-7355
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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series
    North by Northwest
    Suggested Donation -- $5
    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.
    11
    Lake County Writers
    1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. 2nd Wed. of each month at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. The group welcomes interested writers of all levels and genres. Free
    13

    Second Friday Open Mic
    MOUNTAIN HIGH COFFEE AND BOOKS, 16295 Hwy 175, Cobb (Next to Hardester's Market)
    (707)928-0461
    Capacity 40 ~ Amp Available ~ 3 songs per round WiFi Hotspot ~ Local Art Displayed ~ Outdoor Seating Available
    13

    Second Friday Open Mic
    Catfish Coffee House at 14624 Lakeshore Drive. Original material is encouraged: poetry, music and comedy.
    14

    Juliette of the Herbs

    Second Saturday Cinema,
    Community Methodist Church on Armstrong in Middletown.
    open 2:30 PM, film 3PM. Free
    14,
    15
    3rd Annual Celebrity Lip Sync
    "Syncing With the Stars"
    Lake Co. Chamber of Commerce presents the 3rd annual All Star Revue Lip Sync.
    More than 70 community members come together to perform in two dozen acts, featuring songs from Broadway and movie musicals
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    Saturday, April 14 at 5:00 pm and 8:30 pm
    Sunday, April 15 at 2:00 pm

    VIP tables are available through the Lake County Chamber of Commerce, $300 per table.
    All other seats are $20.
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    Celebrating National Poetry Month a new Poet Laureate for Lake County will be selected
    by the current Poet Laureate as well as the esteemed Poet Laureate emeritus. The selection will be made on the merit of the applicants poetic works, publishing history, community involvement, public speaking/reading, and demonstrated leadership abilities.
    The deadline for the completed application package will be April 16th. For information and application guidelines please contact the Poet Laureate via email: russellgonzaga@gmail.com or PO Box 782, Middletown CA 95461
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    Blue Collar
    with opener
    Andy Kong

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    Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    All tickets -- $10
    22-27
    More info here...
    27, 28, 29

    by Anthony Horowitz
    Directed by Tim Barnes

    Lake County Theatrical Company

    Weaver Auditorium /  16435 Main St. / Lower Lake
        Tickets are $10
    Fri., Sat., 7PM; Sun., 2PM
    28 Celebrating National Poetry Month a new Poet Laureate for Lake County will be selected by the current Poet Laureate as well as the esteemed Poet Laureate emeritus After approval from the Board of Supervisors, the term of service lasts two years. The selection will be made on the merit of the applicants poetic works, publishing history, community involvement, public speaking/reading, and demonstrated leadership abilities.The final three applicants will be interviewed and read at the final selection event on Saturday, April 28th at the Lake County Arts Council Main Street Gallery in Lakeport. For information and application guidelines please contact the Poet Laureate via email: russellgonzaga@gmail.com or PO Box 782, Middletown CA 95461
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    Deconstructing Supper: Is Your Food Safe?

    Last Sunday Cinema,
    Big Valley Grange, 1510 Big Valley Rd, Finley
    7PM
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    THE TENTH ANNUAL
    ukiaHaiku festival 2012

    A celebration and competition devoted to the haiku form of poetry.
    2 pm to 4 pm: Celebration & Awards Ceremony
    SPACE Theater, 508 West Perkins at Bush Street, Ukiah, California
    Music Program: Ukiah Taiko, Shakuhachi Flute with Masayuki Koga and students of the Japanese Music Institute, Berkeley.

    More info here...


    MAY

    3
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    4
    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Tom Xavier, guitar, original songs
    Lavendar Blue Winery

    5, 6

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    Sat. May 5 ~ 1pm and 7pm
    Sun May 6 ~ 2pm

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    Ukiah Players Readers Theatre Series

    $5 at door
    Ukiah Players Theatre
    1041 Low Gap Road, Ukiah
    ukiahplayerstheatre.org 707-462-9226

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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

    A Man For All Seasons

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    Suggested Donation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

    9
    Lake County Writers
    1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. 2nd Wed. of each month at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. The group welcomes interested writers of all levels and genres. Free
    11

    Second Friday Open Mic
    Catfish Coffee House at 14624 Lakeshore Drive. Original material is encouraged: poetry, music and comedy.
    11

    Second Friday Open Mic
    MOUNTAIN HIGH COFFEE AND BOOKS, 16295 Hwy 175, Cobb (Next to Hardester's Market)
    (707)928-0461
    Capacity 40 ~ Amp Available ~ 3 songs per round WiFi Hotspot ~ Local Art Displayed ~ Outdoor Seating Available
    12

    To be announced

    Second Saturday Cinema,
    Community Methodist Church on Armstrong in Middletown.
    open 2:30 PM, film 3PM. Free
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    All Seats $5. Children 18 & under free.
    Tickets are available through the theatre box office only.
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    Lake County Symphony Concert Series--Mother's Day Pops Concert
    3:00 pm. $27 for general assigned seats
    $32 for Premium assigned seats, Section BB
    $5 discount for CLPA members
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    HOT COFFEE

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    SUNDAY ART IN THE PARK

    10:00 TO 4:00, 6197 E. Hwy 20, Lucerne
    Bring a tent or umbrella and something to work on. Bring your art/craft to show and sell...

    Open to the public.

    Network with fellow artists.
    No charge for spaces

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    Austin & Owens
    with opener
    Travis Rinker

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    Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    All tickets -- $10
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    RECEPTION FRIDAY MAY 18TH.
    THE ART HOUSE GALLERY IN CLEARLAKE
    15210 Lakeshore Drive
    10am-4pm Tuesday through Saturday, 995-2342
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    BUCKINGHAM OPEN STUDIOS

    Tour and Brunch
    Sponsored by the Buckingham Ladies Club

    Serving brunch 10am - 12pm
    Tour begins at the Buckingham Clubhouse, 2850 Eastlake Drive
    $10, at the door, art raffle tickets available at the door
    For more information call Gaylene 279-1786
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    SUNDAY ART IN THE PARK

    10:00 to 4:00, 5985 E. Hwy 20, Lucerne
    Bring a tent or umbrella and something to work on. Bring your art/craft to show and sell...

    Open to the public.

    Network with fellow artists.
    No charge for spaces

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    26
    Audition:

    The Twilight Zone,
    or the Floating Door

    Mon and Wed 6pm, Sat 2pm, Lower Lake Elementary School, Room 37. Written and directed by Jesse Harrell, Produced by New Vintage Productions. Many roles available. Please come out and be involved, we need the best to show up and show off!!
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    At Natural High School on the shore of Clear Lake in Lakeport, CA. 9AM ~ 5PM

    4-H Pancake breakfast 7 ~ 11AM, Sat. 26th only.

    LCAC art show Sunday 27th, 11AM ~ 4PM
    CLPA Wine Club Wine Tasting, 12 ~ 4

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    TO BE ANNOUNCED

    Last Sunday Cinema,
    Big Valley Grange, 1510 Big Valley Rd, Finley
    7PM
    Info at 279-2957 and here...


    JUNE

    1
    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Andy Rosoff, piano
    Chasewater Winery

    3
    Taste of the Lake
    Wine Festival
    11am-7pm
    Proceeds going to Lake County Public Schools Arts & Music Programs. Moose Lodge #2284, 15900 E Hwy 20, Clearlake Oaks. More info Pam, 995-1255
    7
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    8

    Second Friday Open Mic
    MOUNTAIN HIGH COFFEE AND BOOKS, 16295 Hwy 175, Cobb (Next to Hardester's Market)
    (707)928-0461
    Capacity 40 ~ Amp Available ~ 3 songs per round WiFi Hotspot ~ Local Art Displayed ~ Outdoor Seating Available
    8

    Second Friday Open Mic
    Catfish Coffee House at 14624 Lakeshore Drive. Original material is encouraged: poetry, music and comedy.
    10

    Les Triplettes de Belleville

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    ECO ART SCULPTURE WALK
    RECEPTION

    Thewonderful 10th annual reception will be JUNE 10TH. This show will be open,
    free, to the public. If you can't make it to the really fun reception on
    June 10th don't worry because it will be available to see the whole summer
    from dawn to dusk, seven days a week and will last until October 14th.
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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

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    Suggested Donation -- $5
    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.
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    Lake County Writers
    1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. 2nd Wed. of each month at the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. The group welcomes interested writers of all levels and genres. Free
    15
    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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    Quick and Easy Wearable Art

    Embrace your creative inner child in a workshop of making wearable Art.
    Teacher Diana Liebe will host a positive and encouraging environment where students will learn 4-5 quick and easy techniques for painting and embellishing natural fiber clothing. NO experience necessary. All supplies including clothing are included. Space is limited.

    Fee: $350.00 includes Harbin Access, tuition, all meals fresh and healthy, and in/outdoor camping.
     $25.00 discount if payed in full by April 15TH
    Registration, more info. 707-245-7512 or dianaliebe03@yahoo.com
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    Auditions will be held for
    "The Cemetery Club"
      by Ivan Menchell
    6:30 to 8:00p.m. at the Lakeport Senior Center. There are parts for 4 women and one man.  The characters are in their late 50's to early 60's. Synopsis and more info here...
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    Home Winemakers Festival
    Library Park in Lakeport, time is from 1 to 5.  Our space price is still only $25. edandcharb1@att.net There is still time to sign up to participate...
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    with Pole Cat Rodeo, Lucas Swafford and Ramadeva

    Live KPFZ radio broadcast brought to you from the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.
    Show starts at 6:00 pm. Must be seated by 5:45 pm.
    Tickets -- $5

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    Dead Man's Hand

    A Murder Mystery Event

    Parducci Wine Cellars, A benefit for SOUTH UKIAH ROTARY AND UKIAH PLAYERS THEATRE. Mystery theater and fine dining, $75 per person. Doors open  at 5:30pm. UPT Box Office at 462-9226


    JULY

    5
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    6
    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Kevin Village Stone and Lindy Day, various instruments
    Rosa d'Oro Vineyards

    8

    Murder, Spies & Voting Lies

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series
    Suggested D
    onation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

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    To be announced

    Second Saturday Cinema,
    Community Methodist Church on Armstrong in Middletown.
    open 2:30 PM, film 3PM. Free
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    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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    9:00 pm, All tickets --$10

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    Ladies of the Lake Quilt Guild
    11th Annual Falling Leaves Quilt Show
    October 2012
    LOCATION: Lake County Fairgrounds
    Quilts must be ready to hang on Thursday October 4
    Julie Nodine 707-349-0846  Email galactichdq@mchsi.com

    Entry deadline is July 27, 2012.

     ENTRY INFORMATION Download entry forms and get entry information from the website www.LLQG.org

    DETAILS: Judged, open-entry show of 200+ quilts, Featured Quilter, Vendor Mall with quilt fabric, books, patterns, notions, etc., Country Store, Opportunity Quilts, Challenge and Round Robin Exhibits, Door Prizes, Silent Auction, Demonstrations, Food by Angelina’s Bakery & Espresso ~~~
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    Live KPFZ radio broadcast brought to you from the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.
    Show starts at 6:00 pm. Must be seated by 5:45 pm.
    Tickets -- $5


    AUGUST

    2
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
    3
    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Lindy Day, classical guitar
    Wildhurst Vineyards

    4 ~ 25
    19th Annual Quilt and Textile Exhibition
    Reception August 11th from 12-2pm.
    Lower Lake Schoolhouse Museum. Contact 707-995-3565. Hours Wednesday - Saturday 11-4.
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    LIVING HISTORY DAY Lower Lake Schoolhouse Museum, 11 ~ 4
    11
    Moonwind Creations Event organizer and sponsor
    10 a.m. to 10 p.m.


    Location – Steele Wines  at 4350 Thomas Drive, Lakeport, California, 95453,  on Thomas Dr at Hwy 29/175

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    Iron Jawed Angels

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    Featuring Senior Performers Ages 60 ~ 68
    A benefit for the LCAC
    Aug. 11, 7:00PM, Aug. 12, 2:00PM

    General, $20

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    2012
    Open Studios
    Tour

    10AM ~ 5PM

    Tour maps will be available at:
    Mountain High Coffee House, Cobb
    Mountain High Coffee House, H. V. L
    Loch Lomond Grocery Store, Loch Lo.
    And at art studios on the day of the tour.
    PDF map here...
    For more information, please call: Gregg Lindsley 490-7168 or Joanne Sharon 987-8827 or email: cobbmtnartists@gmail.com

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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

    American Graffiti


    Suggested Donation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

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    New Vintage Productions


    AUDITIONS

    Jones-Lewis Chapel
    Aug. 15, 6-7:30pm, Aug. 18, 11am-2pm
    Performances Nov. 2-4 and 9-11
    Weaver Auditorium

    Rehearsals Mon. and Wed. nights, some Saturdays. More info 355-2211

    Facebook.com/NewVintageProductions

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    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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    The award winning teenage band of brothers,CHEATING DAYLIGHT, and their "All We Know Tour 2012" in concert at the Soper-Reese Theatre on August 25, 2012.

    With K-Town, McKenna Faith, and Matt Weiss.

    Named 2011 "Power Pop Band of the Year" by the prestigious Los Angeles Music Awards.

    Special VIP Sound Check Tickets available, which entitles ticket holders to early admission (4:30 pm), priority seat selection, sound check admission, and an autograph session with band members.
    General Admission Ticket holders doors open at 6:00 pm.
    SHOWTIME -- 6:30 pm

    VIP Sound Check Tickets -- $22
    General Admission -- $17
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    LAKE COUNTY LIVE
    Live KPFZ radio broadcast brought to you from the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    Show starts at 6:00 pm.
    Must be seated by 5:45 pm.
    Tickets $5

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    Join the joyful singing group
    "My Divas"
    at dinner time in the garden between the Tallman Hotel and the Blue Wing. Have a great dinner, enjoy the music, and watch the second full moon of the month rise over the sycamore trees.

    Blue Moon at the Blue Wing

    When: Fri, August 31, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

    Where: Garden at Blue Wing Restaurant

    9550 Main Street • Upper Lake, CA 95485 New Reservations: 275-2245
    All Other Calls: 275-2244 • Fax: 275-2234 • info@tallmanhotel.com


    SEPTEMBER

    6
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
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    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Cathy Hall
    Moore Family Winery

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    A benefit for the Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association
    Singer/songwriter Rita Hosking brings her country-folk style to the Soper-Reese Theatre for a benefit concert for AMIA. Winner of the '08 Dave Carter Memorial Songwriting Contest and finalist in the '09 Telluride Troubadour Contest. Her album, Come Sunrise, won Best Country Album in the 2010 Independent Music Awards.
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    Both days, $6 adults, $3 youth and seniors. One day, $4 and $2. Across from the Mendocino County Museum
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    The End of the Line

    Where have all the Fish Gone?

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

    Rear Window

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    Suggested Donation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

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    Fambul Tok, the documentary of the century on Sierra Leone and the aftermath of its brutal Civil War will be presented on the large screen at the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre. This documentary has resulted in radical forgiveness through peace circles and Truth and Resolution Councils throughout the country.

    Premium Reserved Loge Seats-- $15
    General Reserved Seats -- $10

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    COBB MOUNTAIN DAYS
    Tommy Castro and the Painkillers
    Lydia Pense and Cold Blood
    Uncle Buffett
    Hoberg's Music Hall and Moore Family Winery

    Prices, times, activities here...

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    Sidewalk Sale and Pirate's Bazaar

    Downtown Lakeport from 10 a.m. to 5  p.m. This first time event, presented by the Lakeport Main St. Association, features shopping, boat rides, pirate grub at the Lakeport Yacht Club, a 'Dress Like a Pirate' contest for all ages and a dunk tank.  Children can join in pirate face painting and 'Feed the Kitty' with Puss'n Boots and Captain Jack.  Street performances and a pirate shanty sing-along or two are scheduled throughout the day.  Downtown restaurants and saloons will each offer their own unique 'Green Season Grog' to celebrate the pirate theme.
    All who come are invited to wear pirate gear or search the bazaar to find a sash here and scabbard there to make up a costume on the spot.  More information is available at 263-8843 or 263-9000 X 101."
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    The Historic Reading Series
     Linda Guebert will read Part II of “The Life and Death of a Quicksilver Mine” by Helen Rocca Goss

    Courthouse Museum, 255 N. Main Street, Lakeport, 2:00 P.M. Refreshments, free. More info, call 263-4555

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    ART IN PUBLIC PLACES
    A program of the LC Arts Council
    Bring artsork to the LC courthouse between 10AM and 2PM. More information here...
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    Sixty Fingers

    Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre
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    The Cemetary Club

    Three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husbands' graves.

    A benefit for
    Meals on Wheels in Lake County

    Lakeport Senior Activity Center

    Fri. Sept. 21, dinner theater, 6PM; Sat. Sept. 22, 2pm and 7pm; Fri. Sept. 28, 7pm; Sat. Sept. 29, 2pm and 7pm.

    for more info, Marg Brooks 263-5199 or Cindy Strong 349-5402

    A Lake County Theatre Company production

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    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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    7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are on sale now through www.soperreesetheatre.com.

    An encore screening to celebrate the August 21, 2012 DVD Release
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    LAKE COUNTY LIVE
    Live KPFZ radio broadcast brought to you from the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.

    Show starts at 6:00 pm.
    Must be seated by 5:45 pm.
    Tickets $5


    OCTOBER

    4
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
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    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Michael Barrish and Scott Summer, singer/songwriters
    Vigilance Winery

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    Ladies of the Lake Quilt Guild

    11th Annual
    Falling Leaves Quilt Show

    Lakeport, California
    FEATURED QUILTER:
    Rami Kim

    Sat. 10-5 , Sun. 10-4, Lake County Fairgrounds, 401 Martin Street Lakeport, California, 95453

    Adults $8.00 donation, children under 12, $2.00
    DETAILS: Judged, open-entry show of 200+ quilts, Featured Quilter, Vendor Mall with quilt fabric, books, patterns, notions, etc., Country Store, Opportunity Quilts, Challenge and Round Robin Exhibits, Door Prizes, Silent Auction, Demonstrations, Food by Angelina’s Bakery & Espresso ~~~

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    Sunday Brunch
    Dorian May Trio, jazz
    10:30 AM - 2 PM,
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    First Sunday Jazz,
    Paul Kemp and Machiko with guest guitarist Stan Erhart
    6 to 8,
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    Monday Blues,
    Will Siegel and Friends
    6:30 to 9 every Monday
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

    Ghost Busters

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    Suggested Donation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

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    Michael Maffei at the 1902 Kimbell 6-8:30, each evening at dinner time,
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    A New Vintage Production

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    At the Soper-Reese Community Theatre

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    6 to 9 PM, $80+tax, call for reservations 275-2244 ext. 0

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    Sunday Brunch,
    Polecat Rodeo, bluegrass
    10:30 AM - 2 PM, Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    ANNUAL MAIN STREET GALLERY FUNDRAISER

    More info here...

    We will begin accepting artistic glass pieces on October 15th.

    Any and all painted/ decorated / collage/ glass objects accepted:
    Including but not limited to: empty wine bottles or jugs, wine glasses, olive oil bottles, bowls any item that can or could be used for wine or olive oil cuisine or beverage. 

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    Monday Blues,
    Will Siegel and Friends
    6:30 to 9 every Monday
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    Enjoy the music of local favorite bands the third Friday of every month in the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre starting up again in September.
    October 19--Will Siegel and Friends
    Showtime -- 7:00 pm
    All tickets --$10

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    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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    Friday 6:00 p.m. – Sunday 4:00 p.m.
    at Harbin Hot Springs in Middletown

    $300 (Harbin residents $200), including dormitory lodging on Friday and Saturday nights, five catered meals on Saturday and Sunday, use of all Harbin facilities.  Register by Oct. 1 for $50 off. More info or to register, contact Elaine Watt at (707) 987-2339x72 or accounting@harbin.org or www.thetriskelion.org

     
    Contact Clive Matson at (510) 654-6495 or clive@matsonpoet.com or www.matsonpoet.com
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    Sunday Brunch,
    Hilarie, Milton and Moe, country
    10:30 AM - 2 PM, Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    Monday Blues,
    Fargo Brothers
    6:30 to 9 every Monday
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    Live KPFZ radio broadcast brought to you from the beautiful Soper-Reese Theatre.
    Show starts at 6:00 pm. Must be seated by 5:45 pm.
    Tickets -- $5
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    Drawing the Inside Out 2-5PM at studio in Hidden Valley Lake
    $25 per session or $100 for 5 session card, materials provided. See more at www.intothedifference.net
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    Sunday Brunch,
    Barrish & Sommers, western
    10:30 AM - 2 PM, Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233
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    Monday Blues,
    Sky O'Banion Band
    6:30 to 9 every Monday
    Blue Wing Saloon, 9520 Main St., Upper Lake, 275-2233


    NOVEMBER

    1
    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
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    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    Drew Titcheler
    Gregory Graham Winery

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    ANNUAL
    LOCAL ARTISTS HOLIDAY SALE
    10AM - 4PM, 2932 Buckingham Drive, Kelseyville. Holiday refreshment and goodies! Come and enjoy new artwork by talen ted local artists. See more here...
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    THE IMPORTANCE OF
    BEING EARNEST
    New Vintage Productions at the
    Weaver Auditorium, Old Schoolhouse Museum, Lower Lake. $15
    More info here...
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    Young Music Masters

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    A benefit concert for the Alegro Scholarship Program
    Reception at 2:00 pm
    Performance begins at 3:00 pm
    Enjoy the music of young, talented local musicians.

    General Admission--$10

    $3 off each ticket for families of 3 or more
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    Handmade Christmas presents classes to be held at the Main Street Gallery

    Jacquard Artist Diana Liebe

    Alcohol inks, painted Christmas cards
    Main Street Gallery, 325 N. Main, Lakeport, 10AM - Noon,

    All supplies will be furnished.
    $20.00 per class.

    More info:  http://serendipityartandboutique.artspan.com/

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    Handmade Christmas presents classes to be held at the Main Street Gallery

    Jacquard Artist Diana Liebe

    Silk Scarf Painting, quick and easy

    Main Street Gallery, 325 N. Main, Lakeport, 10AM - Noon,

    All supplies will be furnished.
    $20.00 per class.

    More info:  http://serendipityartandboutique.artspan.com/

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    Fashion Show/Luncheon
    Proceeds benefit
    PSC scholarship and youth leadership funds.
    Park Study Clubhouse,
    13687 Santa Clara Ave. (off Arrowhead and Colusa), Clearlake on Sat., Nov. 10, 2012 at 1:00.
    Tickets available at the door or from any member.  Call Leslie 995-9321 for additional information or
    if want to make reservations for a party of 6 or more.  Donation/tickets are $20.00.
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    Cobb Mountain Artists
    Art in the Pines Christmas Show
    In a beautiful new location, Mariah Meadows, just down the hill from Loch Lomond, from 10-5 each day.
    Please call 490-7168 for more info.
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    Come enjoy an evening of dancing in support of Tango Mike at the Soper-Reese Theatre.
    Dance to the music of the Funky Dozen band.

    Table seating available for $30/seat or $250 to reserve a table for 6.
    General seating in the loge -- $20 per seat.
    TABLE SEATING IS LIMITED. PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS EARLY.
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    Buck

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    Handmade Christmas presents classes to be held at the Main Street Gallery

    Jacquard Artist Diana Liebe

    Hand Painted T shirt

    Main Street Gallery, 325 N. Main, Lakeport, 10AM - Noon,

    All supplies will be furnished.
    $20.00 per class.

    More info:  http://serendipityartandboutique.artspan.com/

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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

    Vertigo

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    Suggested Donation -- $5
    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.
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    Lake County
    Arts Council
    General Membership Meeting
    At the Soper-Reese Community Theatre, 6PM.
    Food, drink, art news and conviviality, entertainment by Kevin Village Stone and Lindy Day, free-floating wisdom, and meet the Board members.
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    Handmade Christmas presents classes to be held at the Main Street Gallery

    Jacquard Artist Diana Liebe

    Painted Shoes

    Main Street Gallery, 325 N. Main, Lakeport, 10AM - Noon,

    All supplies except shoes will be furnished. Please bring clean shoes.
    $20.00 per class.

    More info:  http://serendipityartandboutique.artspan.com/

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    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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    Holiday Boutique
    Steele Winery

    This is the first year for this event.

    10 am to 5 pm. 

    The event will be inside, and  there is no fee for the space.   You will need to donate 1 item for a raffle.
    This event is part of the Lake County Holiday wine event.  
    Many  other wineries are participating, and the event will be advertised.

    Pam is the contact person at Steele winery.  You can call her at 279-9475 or email at tastingroom@steelewines.com

    Requests must be in by November 5. 

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    Lake County Symphony Concert Series
    --Fall Concert
    CLPA presents the Lake County Symphony Orchestra's Fall Concert--Classical Favorites on Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 3:00 pm featuring pianist Elena Casanova.
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    $25 for general assigned seats
    $30 for Premium assigned seats, Section BB
    $5 discount for CLPA members

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    Open House
    Lakeside Art & Gifts
    From 12:00-3:00,

    We will have hors d’oeuvre, wine & an opportunity to meet the artists.

    For information contact Susan, 350-1092.

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    http://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar-eclipse-november-2012.html

    http://www.sun-gazing.com/ 

    http://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moon/light.html
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    The deadline for submission of artist glass

    ANNUAL MAIN STREET GALLERY FUNDRAISER

    Any and all painted/ decorated / collage/ glass objects accepted:
    Including but not limited to: empty wine bottles or jugs,
    wine glasses, olive oil bottles, bowls any item that can
    or could be used for wine or olive oil cuisine or beverage. 

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    (Dec. 1, 2, 6, 8, 9)

    MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

    7pm
    Lake County Theatre Company is proud to present Miracle on 34th Street, a classic show that will please audiences of all ages.  The performances will be held in our new location, the Gard Street School Multipurpose Room on Gard Street in Kelseyville.


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    DECEMBER

    1, 2, 6, 8, 9
    MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

    Lake County Theatre Company is proud to present Miracle on 34th Street, a classic show that will please audiences of all ages.  The performances will be held in our new location, the Gard Street School Multipurpose Room on Gard Street in Kelseyville.

    ·  December 1, 6, and 8 at 7:00 p.m.

    ·  December 2, 8, and 9 at 2:00 p.m.
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    Saturday, 4 - 6 pm
    Sunday, 10am to 5pm

    Saturday evening will be for getting acquainted and setting the parameters for the workshop.
    On Sunday, there will be time for writing, reading, compassionate criticism and summation.
    Bring a dish for a potluck lunch.

    $55. For more information contact the Arts Council at 263-6658

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    An Evening Soaring with the Cardinals
    a fundraising benefit for
    Clear Lake High School performing arts
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    Performances by Clear Lake High School concert and dance bands, along with other exciting performers.
    Live and silent auction
    Refreshments available for purchase
    December 1, 2012
    7:00 - 10:00 pm
    General Admission seating --$25
    Special table seating available -- $250 table for  
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    AUDITION
    "One Flew Over
    the Cuckoo's Nest,"
    based on the classic novel by Ken Kesey.
    LCTC

    Parts for 13 men and 4 women. Auditions will be held from 7 to 9pm. An additional audition and possibly callbacks will be held on Sat., Dec. 8 at 10am. All will be held at the Gard Street School Theater in Kelsevyille. Performances will be the first three weekends of March. Questions, contact the director, Armand Plato, at aplato@sbcglobal.net

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    Writing Workshop
    Supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.
    With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
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    The Main Street Gallery, Lakeport; 5pm - 7pm (An opportunity to meet the artists in the new show, music, refreshments)

    December's First Friday Fling on th 7th's reception for the artists will begin @ 5 PM and feature David Neft on keyboard.  Join in singing Christmas carols as you meet the artists and savour the delicious wines of Bell Hill Winery.

      At 6 PM, Linda Brown will continue the festivities with Christmas music on her harp.  There will also be an auction of the painted bottles currently on display at the Main Street Gallery located at 325 N. Main St. in Lakeport.  The Linda Carpenter Gallery will feature minature paintings by a variety of local artists.

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    The Way

    Second Sunday Cinema,
    The Clearlake United Methodist Church,14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
    open 5:30 PM, film 6PM. Free
    Info at 279-2957 and here...
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    Earth and Fire Pottery

    Open Studio Sale

    10 - 5
    http://www.earthandfirepottery.net/
    On display will be pots of all kinds, from mugs to sauerkraut crocks!
    On Sunday, Dec. 9th, I will be having my first annual seconds sale, featuring all the pots that didn't quite make it to the sales shelves for one reason or another. 10325 Brookside Drive in Cobb, the studio is accessible from Maple Shadows off Hwy 175.
    Phone: 707-490-7168

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    The 2nd Tuesday Classic Movie Series

    Pocket Full of Miracles

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    Suggested Donation -- $5

    Doors open at 5:30. Movie begins at 6:00 pm.

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    Release Party for
    Speaking for Fire
    by James Bluewolf
    2 PM, Main Street Gallery, 325 N. Main, Lakeport
    Release party for DVD of James Bluewolf's children's book, with Carolyn Wing Greenlee's illustrations; James reading, playing guitar and singing.
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    Lake County Symphony Concert Series--Christmas Celebration
    CLPA presents the Lake County Symphony Orchestra's Christmas Concert at 3:00 pm
    $25 for general assigned seats
    $30 for Premium assigned seats, Section BB
    $5 discount for CLPA members

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    Art House Gallery Monthly Gala
    3rd Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the gallery, 15210 Lakeshore Drive, Clearlake California.  (707) 994-1716
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      It will be a wonderful program with a variety of dishes, wine, beer, soda bar.
      Denise Rushing  will be talking about "Effective Change Making",
    and Loretta McCarthy on "Cultivating Inner Peace"
    with Pomo drumming and music,
    then great dance music. 
    More here...
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    Next show will be our end of year extravaganza, or in other words, our typical show. Sunday, December 30, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at the Soper-Reese in Lakeport. Musical guests include Majide! with Paul Kemp, Machiko and Jim Leonardis, Lucas Swafford and Gypsy Bayou, along with Clovice Lewis and friend(s). Join us for our anniversary show (it's our 12th show, so why not celebrate early?) and a visit back to the Full Saddle Saloon, and interview with a whole bunch of folks you know, Ladies of the Lake and more. All for you in this special show. Tickets at soperrreesetheatre.com, the box office on Friday (12-21 and 12-28) from 10:30 to 5:30 or from the Travel Center at 1265 South Main in Lakeport. Come and enjoy an early New Year!
    Tickets for the upcoming performance are available for $5 at the Soper-Reese community theatre Box Office Fridays between 10:30 and 5:30 - 275 S. Main Street, Lakeport, CA. Also at the Lake County Travel Center at 1265 South Main Street, Lakeport, CA
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    New Year's Eve Party at the Soper-Reese! Beginning at 8:00 pm.

    Celebrate the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013 at the Soper-Reese Community Theatre.
    Dance to the music of the L.C. Diamonds.
    Enjoy savory appetizers and refreshing beverages, including complimentary champagne to ring in the new year.
    Table seating available for $50/seat or $400 to reserve a table for 6.
    General seating in the loge -- $40 per seat.
    TABLE SEATING IS LIMITED. PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS EARLY