[Oct 12] Yorkville Market Fire Station Appreciation Dinner Saturday, October 12, 2019 Featuring live music by Dean Titus and the Boont Jack 5 Barbecue Tri-Tip, salads, baked potatoes, chocolaty sundaes. $35 per person, a portion of proceeds donated to Yorkville Community Center/Benefit Association. Dinner and Dancing start at 5:30pm. “Thanks to all of our first […]
[Oct 12] Beer, Food, Fall Fun. Happy Hour 5pm, Dinner 6pm. June Hall, Mendocino County Fairgrounds, Boonville.
[Oct 12] Please join us for our annual Mendocino Volunteer Fire Department Open House on Saturday, October 12 from 11:00 to 3:00. This family-friendly and free event includes: Ride on fire trucks driving through town Crawl through a smoke tent to learn how to safely exit smoke filled room Spray water from a fire engine […]
Heat & Smoke;
[Oct 11-13] Off the beaten path, in the middle of a redwood forest, we have built a beautiful straw bale house, full of our hand made furniture and paintings, finally finished and open for viewing. Nancy MacLeod and William Allen collaborate on functional and fun “folk art” furniture, mostly cupboards and small tables; Nancy paints […]
MRC and its careless use of poison in our county is an example of the built in failure required by high concentrations of wealth.
THE WINDOWLESS FORTRESS on Low Gap Road called Ukiah High School launched into lockdown for half an hour one afternoon last week because of a vague student comment involving a weapon. School architecture itself was weaponized by Ukiah and most American communities in the 1960s, as a comparison between any new school anywhere compared to […]
IF YOU’VE NEVER experienced a Boonville Fair, this weekend it’s on, on, on! Fun stuff for children of all ages. I try to get down to the Fairgrounds early afternoon of the opening Friday, when everything’s still fresh, often seeing people not seen in many a moon. Last couple of years there’s been something of […]
[Oct 11, 12] The Mendocino County Historical Society, in Ukiah, has been moving their collections from the Held-Poage Home into their new archival building. During this process, they have been narrowing their holdings to better reflect their mission to specifically preserve Mendocino County history and the history of the neighboring counties. They are letting go […]