Novato Elks Lodge Charity Golf Classic
Indian Valley Golf Club
Monday, October 7, 2019

Join us for the 2019 Novato Elks Lodge Charity Golf Classic, benefitting V.E.T.S. Mobile Dental Unit!

This “Bramble-style” tournament promises to be an exciting day out on the greens, with games and contests along the way, with even an opportunity to win a 2019 Ford Ranger 4×4 Crew Cab from Marin County Ford!

Schedule:
Check in opens at 7:00 am
First team tees off 8:00 am
(Subsequent teams will tee off every 10 minutes until everyone has begun).
Early Bird tee time golfers placed on the earliest possible tee time!
(Based on order of registration)

Novato Elks Lodge Charity Golf Classic Awards Dinner:
Friday, October 11, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
Rickey’s Restaurant
250 Entrada Drive, Novato, CA 94949
Join us for a night of amazing food, games, a raffle and presentation of awards from the day out on the greens with our emcee, Nationally Acclaimed Comedian Michael Pritchard!
Executive Chef Munther Massarweh will present an incredible meal to tantalize your palate while reuniting with fellow golfers from the tournament and their guests. This promises to be a night to remember!

Awards Dinner is included in your tournament registration price.

Tickets:
$150 Single golfer / $175 Early Bird
$600 Foursome / $700 Early Bird
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Location:
Indian Valley Golf Club
3035 Novato Blvd.
Novato, CA 94947

JCC Jewish Film Festival 2019
The Keeper
Rialto Cinemas
Thursday, October 10, 2019 @ 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm

The Jewish Community Center Sonoma County Presents the 24th Annual Jewish Film Festival 2019, October 10 thru November 12.

The Festival kicks off Thursday, October 10, with The Keeper.

Against a backdrop of British post-war prejudice, a German SS soldier and POW signs to the Manchester City football club. A real-life legendary goalkeeper, Bert Trautmann’s joining the team causes outrage to thousands of soccer fans, many of them Jewish. Support comes from an unexpected direction: Rabbi Alexander Altmann, who fled the Nazis. Bert is supported by Margaret, an Englishwoman, whose love carries him through victory, serious injury, and tragedy. The Keeper raises tough questions about forgiveness and the power of sports to unite. Best Production Winner at the 2019 Bavarian Film Awards.

Drama, United Kingdom, 113 minutes. English with English subtitles

Underwritten by Berni Wegeles Baxter

Showtimes:
1:00 pm Matinee
7:00 pm Evening show

Tickets:
$11 Matinee
$14 General
Season passes available.
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Location:
Rialto Cinemas
6868 McKinley Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472
(707) 528-4222

Sonomusette at the Occidental Center for the Arts (Aired: September 18, 2019)

Sonomusette!
Occidental Center for the Arts
Saturday, September 28, 2019 @ 8:00 pm

Occidental Center for the Arts is pleased to bring back to our stage the talented musicians of SonoMusette! Led by Parisian born singer Mimi Pirard, this exciting Sonoma County-based ensemble authentically recreates the moody, evocative sound of the Paris cafe scene of the mid 1900s, music made famous by Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Charles Trenet, Django Reinhardt and other iconic performers of the era.

This music has retained it’s power to enchant and transport audiences, and SonoMusette taps into that nostalgia with artistry in both vocals and instrumentation.

SonoMusette’s renditions of these timeless French classics provide a freshness and excitement that is contemporary, yet faithful to the spirit and tradition of the original versions. Few singers are capable of doing justice to Piaf and Brel, and even fewer can match Mimi Pirard’s mesmerizing interpretation and delivery. The band features: Mimi Pirard – vocals; Robert Lunceford – accordion; Jan Martinelli – piano & bass; Isaac Vandeveer – guitar & bass, and Richard Andrews – drums.

www.sonomusette.com

SonoMusette will charm and transport you as they expertly recapture the moody and melancholic sound and spirit of mid twentieth-century Paris in OCA’s acoustic sweet spot with cabaret and concert seating.

Fine refreshments including wine and beer available.

OCA is accessible to people with disabilities.

Tickets:
$20 Advance General/$23 at the door
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Location:
Occidental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Ct.
Occidental, CA 95465
(707) 874-9392  

www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org

River Choir: Serenades at the Blue Door Gallery (Aired: September 17, 2019)

River Choir: Serenades
Blue Door Gallery
Sunday, September 22, 2019 @ 3:00 pm

Interesting art and melodious music. That’s what the River Choir and Blue Door Gallery have in store for you Sunday, September 22.

Our 10-member choir will perform the celestial motets of Palestrina and Pitoni, madrigals and rounds from the European Renaissance, rousing early American music by Billings, an Appalachian-inspired tune by Moira Smiley, and more.

Sit comfortably and just listen or wander around and explore the unique art of gallery owner Douglas DeVivo. Then enjoy some light refreshments provided by the members of the choir.

Admission is free
(Donations are gratefully accepted)

Location:
Blue Door Gallery
16359 Main Street
Guerneville, CA  95446
(707) 869-3273

Task Force on the Americas Annual Dinner (Aired: September 16, 2019)

Task Force on the Americas Annual Dinner
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin
Saturday September 21, 2019 @ 5:30 pm

Karen Spring and Edwin Espinal in Honduras

Our guest speaker Karen Spring is a human rights defender, researcher, and, currently, the Honduras-based Coordinator for the Honduras Solidarity Network (HSN). Karen works to educate North Americans about US and Canadian foreign policy in Honduras and Central America, with particular emphasis on the impacts privatization of public sector services and the effects of militarization on human rights.

Karen has written several articles and reports about human rights issues including Mining in impunity: Coerced negotiations and forced displacement by Aura Minerals in Western Honduras. Karen has testified before Canadian Parliamentary committees about human rights violations in Honduras and blogs at aquiabajo.com. Karen has been living in Honduras since July 2009. She has a BSc in international relations and human biology from the University of Toronto, a BSW from Lakehead University, and a Master of Public Health from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada.

We are a grassroots human rights organization dedicated to supporting the social justice movements in Latin America and the Caribbean, along with educating North Americans about the realities of the Americas and the role the US plays there. Founded in 1985, we are also known as the Marin Interfaith Task Force on the Americas (MITF).

5:30: Social Hour
6:30: Dinner

Tickets:
$50 – $100 per person

Low-income solidarity price available upon request.

Make reservations online.

Seating is limited.
Location:
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin
240 Channing Way
San Rafael, CA  94903

Raven Players Present SCRIPTEASE: Betty and Edith and Sue (Aired: September 13, 2019)

SCRIPTEASE: Betty and Edith and Sue
Healdsburg Center for the Arts
Monday, September 16, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

Raven Players ScripTease – New Works Nurtured to Life

The Raven Players encourage new works by offering free public readings of original plays. We thank the Healdsburg Center for the Arts for hosting these readings. Please join us and share your thoughts afterward with the playwright and cast.

This month’s new play reading is Betty and Edith and Sue, by Tony Sciullo.

Betty, Edith and Sue are lifelong friends who share the same Godmother. When they decide to surprise her with a 90th birthday party, memories are dredged up that shaped and tested their relationships and continue to challenge their friendship today.

Admission is FREE.

Location:
Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St
Healdsburg, CA 95448
 (707) 431-1970

Arsenic And Old Lace at the Raven Theater in Healdsburg (Aired: September 11, 2019)

Arsenic And Old Lace
Raven Players in Healdsburg
September 13 – 29, 2019

Mortimer Brewster’s ordinary world is turned upside down when he discovers that his dear aunts have been poisoning lonely old men for years! When Mortimer’s maniacal brother, Jonathan returns on the night the aunts were planning to bury the newest victim, Mortimer must rally to help his aunts and protect his fiancé — all while trying to keep his own sanity.

By Joseph Kesselring
Direction by Joe Gellura

Tickets:
$28 Adults
$25 Senior 65+
$5 Student w/ID
Thursday Value Night: Adults & Seniors, 2 for 1 tix
Tickets available at Copperfield’s in Healdsburg & Santa Rosa, or online.
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Opening Night Bubbly & Sunday Post-Show Discussions

Location:
Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North Street
Healdsburg, CA 95448

If you enjoy this and other programs on KRCB FM, you can support us during our Fall Fundraiser, September 7th – 14th!

Start your membership at just $5 a month, or maybe a little more, like $10 or $20 a month as an ongoing sustaining member. Your contribution keeps the music, news, and other programs you love on your radio, and in your life.

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(Photo: Courtesy Ray Mabry Photography featuring cast members Michael Hunter, Steve Cannon, Michael Romero)

The National Heirloom Expo (Aired: September 10, 2019)

The National Heirloom Expo
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
September 10 – 12, 2019

What began in 2011 as a celebration of pure food and sustainable living has developed into an impressive event that annually draws upwards of 20,000 participants. Featuring the largest display of heritage produce, the Expo now focuses on the preservation of heirloom foods without genetic modification. Many individual and commercial growers supply an abundance of fruits and vegetables for exhibiting and tasting. Located at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa on September 10, 11 & 12, the event has become known as the “World’s Fair of Pure Food.”

The fairground streets and pavilion aisles are filled with pure food enthusiasts, talented home gardeners, farmers, garden artists, school groups, and leaders in the food industry throughout this magnificent event.

More than 100 renowned garden and food speakers fill three presentation halls with back-to-back talks. An impressive lineup of nationally and internationally recognized speakers have included Vandana Shiva, Jeffrey Smith, Carlo Petrini, Ronnie Cummins, Dave Murphy, Percy Schmeiser, Joseph Mercola, Rachel Parent, and many more.

The National Heirloom Exposition continues to grow and attract interest around the world as like-minded people come together to share information about pure foods, sustainable living, organic growing, and so many other topics relevant to adults, children, and future generations.

Take Part!

Be an attendee, exhibitor, vendor, speaker or volunteer!

Join seed savers, farmers and gardeners from across the planet!

www.theheirloomexpo.com

Tickets:
$15 One day pass
$30 Three day pass
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Location:
Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Book Launch of Living On The Fringe: A Memoir by Abraham Enti at the Occidental Center for the Arts (Aired: September 9, 2019)

Book Launch: Living On The Fringe: A Memoir by Abraham Enti
Occidental Center for the Arts
Sunday, September 15, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

When Ed Entin decided to torch his draft card, everything about his life changed. He had his whole life mapped out. It was 1966 and Eddie had just been accepted into Yale Law School — his ticket out of the Army and Vietnam and into a life of secure prosperity. It only took one day, one decision to change the course of his life. What follows is a sometimes harrowing, often hilarious, and always illuminating ten-year journey through the social, political, and spiritual turmoil of the era.

For anyone wondering how it was back then — or how to get through right now— Living on the Fringe provides a look at how one person who waded into the turbulent waters of his time came out whole, dry, and ready to face the future. And with a new name to match the person he had become.

About the Author: After the events described in this memoir, Abraham and his wife Rachael Flug went on to create Diaperaps Ltd., a business that helped revitalize cloth diapering for the benefit of babies and the environment. He founded the Sonoma County affiliate of Move to Amend and has written extensively about corporate personhood, money and debt. He is very proud to have received a certificate of appreciation from Occupy Santa Rosa for his “tireless support of the Occupy Movement and his work to end corporate greed and corruption”.

At seventy-four, Abraham Entin is still out rousing the rabble.

Abraham is a singer, a songwriter and a storyteller, and dances at every opportunity. He is a long-time student of Rudolf Steiner’s social ideas and is particularly interested in how spiritual perspectives influence and help bring about positive social change.

www.abrahamentin.com

Join us for music and song, selected readings, Q&A, book sales and signing.

Refreshments are available by donation, beer and wine for sale.

Admission is free, but all donations happily accepted!

Location:
Occidental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Ct.
Occidental, CA 95465
(707) 874-9392
info@occidentalcenterforthearts.org

The Musers & Late for the Train at the Occidental Center for the Arts (Aired: September 6, 2019)

The Musers – Courtesy of the OCA

The Musers & Late for the Train
Occidental Center for the Arts
Saturday, September 14, 2019 @ 7:30 pm

The Occidental Center for the Arts presents an evening of acoustic joy with The Musers and Late for the Train!

The Musers are Tom Kuhn on vocals/bass/percussion, plus singer/songwriters Megan Mclaughlin and Anita Bear Sandwina. Together, they make up this high energy multi-instrumental trio who can make you laugh, cry or stomp your feet with pure joy.

Late for the Train is a San Francisco-based 4-piece modern string band that weaves folk, funk, and bluegrass into powerful arrangements of original/traditional music that feels both fresh and familiar.

Fine refreshments available plus ample dance space.
OCA is wheelchair accessible.

Tickets:
$15 Advance
$19 at door
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Location:
3850 Doris Murphy Ct.
Occidental, CA 95465
(707) 874-9392
occidentalcenterforthearts.org

If you enjoy this and other programs on KRCB FM, you can support us during our Fall Fundraiser, September 7th – 14th!

Start your membership at just $5 a month, or maybe a little more, like $10 or $20 a month as an ongoing sustaining member. Your contribution keeps the music, news, and other programs you love on your radio, and in your life.

Make a donation right now at norcalpublicmedia.org/donate. THANK YOU!