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Willits Community Theater

Willits Community Theater

Offering drama, comedy, dance, music and a variety of live theater events. Thursday performances are at 7 p.m. with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. for $10. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m. for $15. Season Tickets are available that guarantee you seats at the five primary WCT productions of each season. Season Tickets are $50, available each fall at Leaves of Grass Books in Willit Seasons Open: Yearlong Fees: Tickets are available at Leaves of Grass Books. Call…

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Willow Creek-China Flat Museum

Willow Creek-China Flat Museum

Interested in discovering more about the local histories of Willow Creek? The Willow Creek-China Flat Museum brings you back to the time of logging in this beautiful mountainous area. Started in 1988 by a group of people who were interested in preserving historical sites of Humboldt County, this museum presents various exhibits on the Big Foot, early Native American settlers, loggers, and miners. By visiting this site, you will not only see the complete replication of miners’ cabin, artifacts from…

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Ukiah Players Theatre

Ukiah Players Theatre

Ukiah Players Theatre is a professionally managed nonprofit community organization in residence at the Ukiah Playhouse. We are committed to providing our rural audiences with a wide range of theatre experiences including the classics and contemporary plays as well as original theatre pieces created for, by, and about our community. Seasons Open: See website for complete Events Calendar http://ukiahplayerstheatre.org/calendar.html For More Information, Contact: Richard Strom [email protected] www.visitmendocino.com 120 S Franklin St, Fort Bragg, CA 95437 707-964-9010

Triangle Tattoo & Museum

Triangle Tattoo & Museum

Triangle Tattoo & Museum was founded in 1986 by tattooists Mr. G. and Madame Chinchilla It is one of only a few public museums in the world dedicated to the display of tattoo artifacts. Located in downtown Ft. Bragg, across from the Guest House Museum, the collection is fittingly housed in one of the town’s original Victorian store fronts. In addition to their twenty-two years of tattooing, Mr. G and Madame Chinchilla, are experienced in radio-television interviews and public lectures….

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The Garberville Theatre

The Garberville Theatre

The Garberville Theatre a family-owned theatre in the town of Garberville, CA. The theatre has been a part of our small community for 75 years this August. It is one of the very few remaining single-screen theatres in northern California that still retains much of it’s original atmosphere and charm. We offer first-run Hollywood movies, host speakers and events, present concerts. Local schools hold their rehearsals here and put on plays, so many local young drama students have enjoyed performing…

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Sonoma Depot Park Museum

Sonoma Depot Park Museum

In 1975 the City of Sonoma acquired the old Northwestern Pacific Railroad depot and adjacent land, The Sonoma Valley Historical Society developed the site as a museum. Exhibits include the history of the Bear Flag Revolt that claimed California for the United States, General Vallejo and his family, local Miwok, Pomo and Wappo Indian period, vignettes of pioneer times and there is also an extensive Railroad History of Sonoma Valley including several train cars and a display of the 40…

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Ridgewood Ranch

Ridgewood Ranch

Visit Ridgewood Ranch – the Historic Home of the Horse Racing Legend Seabiscuit! A battered horse named Seabiscuit, along with his owner, Charles Howard, a self made San Francisco businessman, Johnny “Red” Pollard a down on his luck prize fighter turned jockey and a little known trainer named Tom Smith embodied the American spirit and gave hope to millions of Americans during the darkest economic era our nation has ever faced. With the help of these three men and one…

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Petaluma Museum

Petaluma Museum

Trips back in time are routine in Historic Downtown Petaluma, California especially at the century old former Carnegie Library building at 20 Fourth St. which is now home to the Petaluma Museum. The building, designed by local architect Brainerd Jones, is a local piece of national history. Built from locally quarried stone, the cornerstone of the neo-classical building was laid in 1904 and like many of Petaluma’s historic downtown emerged unscathed from the 1906 earthquake that devastated much of Northern…

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Mountain Play

Mountain Play

The mission of the Mountain Play Association is to produce an annual, spectacular, outdoor theatrical experience that nurtures an appreciation of Mt. Tamalpais, involves and strengthens the community, and builds on decades of tradition. Thousands of patrons come from all over the greater Bay Area and beyond. The performances are held near the top of Mount Tamalpais in the Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre, fondly referred to as “the mountain theater.” An early arrival maximizes your options for choice seats and allows…

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Minor Theater

Minor Theater

One of the oldest dedicated, operational film theaters in the country, the Minor Theater was built by and named for lumber tycoon Isaac Minor. Today, it still shows first run, classic and independent films and is a local landmark. Located just off the historic Arcata Plaza at 1001 H St. For further information and showtimes, visit: http://www.catheaters.com. Seasons Open: Year-round; perfect for a rainy afternoon. Hours Open: Noon – 11:00 pm. See website for current listings. Fees: Adult: $9.00; Senior:…

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