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Musictown Studios

Jason and Kacee Squires opened Musictown Studio in 2012 and have since found an unexpected niche in group classes beyond their initial music and voice lessons.  They recently expanded to a second space, at 221 W. Main St, which has allowed the addition of creative art classes such as sewing …

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State Theatre Gala

The newly remodeled State Theatre is set to open to the public soon.  However, if you want a sneak peek prior to its grand opening, be sure to purchase tickets to the State Theatre Gala being held on Wednesday, June 28. GALA VIP Preview Party tickets | Cost $100 | Includes entrance to …

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2016 Dickens In The Valley Home Tour

The annual Dickens in the Valley is Saturday, December 3.  Hosted by Friends of Meals on Wheels, this holiday event showcases homes around woodland dressed in their Holiday best.  Each home’s decor is unique and reflects its owner’s taste.  I remember a few years ago a home decorated in African …

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Tractors & Brews: A California Agriculture Museum Event

The California Agricultural Museum is holding its largest fundraising event, Tractors & Brews, this Thursday, June 16th.  If you’re curious about what the museum is read up on my conversations with Executive Director Lorili Ostman, here & here. Event Summary Tractors & Brews Thursday, June 16th 6:00 – 9:00 pm …

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Woodland’s First Friday Art Walk

Don’t forget about First Friday Art Walk tomorrow night, June 3rd.  Al Eby, from Blue Wing Gallery & Framing, kindly answered questions about the Art Walk, an event that is very close to his heart.  The origins of the Art Walk began with Al, his wife Sandy and friend Clare …

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California Agriculture Museum, A History Lesson

Have you been to the California Agriculture Museum?   It’s changed quite a bit since the last time I visited, some 10 years ago. The floor plan is more open and there are several new art exhibits that help to illustrate how these machines worked in the fields.  I recently sat down …

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