Friends of Upbeat Times: Peter & Mary Menth Help With the Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport Volunteer Program
November 16 MOMIX - THE
BEST OF MOMIX Performing Arts: Known in- ternationally
work of exceptional physical beauty, MOMIX is a company of dancer-illusionists
the direction of Moses Pend- leton. “The Best of MOMIX,” continues this renowned com- pany’s longstanding tradition of athletic dance, riveting mu- sic, outrageous costumes, in- ventive props and pure talent. Wells Fargo Center, 50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa, Fee: $45, $35, $10-Stu- dents. Time: Pre-show dis- cussion 7pm, Show 8 p.m. 707-546-3600
November 17 "A CHRISTMAS
STORY" BENEFIT FOR THE LIVING ROOM
Family Fun, Benefit: Fun for the family - dress rehearsal performance of holiday clas- sic "A Christmas
Complimentary refreshments/ raffle prizes. Proceeds support The Living Room, the only daytime
shelter for home-
less women/children in So- noma County. Call for tick- ets. 6th Street Playhouse, 52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa. Fee:
SANTA ROSA, CA. ~ With the growing popularity of air service
at Sonoma County
Airport, it soon became evi- dent that travelers could use some assistance in the ter- minal. Along with helping people navigate
and airline, Airport Volunteers also answer questions about things to do in Wine Country. They are enthusiastic boosters for the region and many are experienced travelers. Airport staff is hearing rave reviews about the volunteers from the public, Alaska Airlines, Security, and others in the
terminal. The program began last December and the Airport is very grateful to be off to a flying start with such a terrific group of “Airport Help.” Do you enjoy people, air-
ports, travel, the Wine Country and being helpful, too? Be an Airport Volunteer!
Airport volunteers answer questions and provide assis- tance to travelers, and work a minimum two three-hour shifts per month. Email air- email@example.com
or call (707) 565-7243 to learn more. Training is provided.
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der 12 years Time: 7:30pm Refreshments/8pm Showtime. 800-838-3006 x1
November 18 - 19 ARTISANO AT
VINTNERS INN Celebration, Food & Wine Education: Annual Artisano partners with Vintners Inn for a two-day celebration in No- vember. Features winemaker dinner; wine/food/art display/ tasting;
and, a casual har-
vest dinner prepared by Chef Tom Schmidt of John Ash & Co. Fee: $65 to $150 depend- ing on event(s) Time: 6:30pm Friday to 10pm Saturday. 707- 894-8500
Homemade Just remember, once you're over the hill you begin to pick up speed. ~ Charles Schulz
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November 18 NOCHE DE TANGO!
Performing Arts: Don't miss this talk by San Francisco art- ist Ana Teresa Fernandez, fol- lowed by an exciting and cap- tivating Tango performance. Enjoy a taste of Argentina at a special Sonoma/Argentine wine bar. Sonoma Valley Mu- seum of Art, 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA. Fee: $25/$20 SVMA Members. Time: 7 pm 707-939-7862
"CACHITO DE FLAMENCO"
MUSIC & DANCE SHOW
"Cachito de Flamenco" Music & Dance Show - Flamenco music & dance show. Rohnert Park Library, 6250 Lynne Conde Way, Rohnert Park. Fee: Free. Time: 3:00 - 4pm.707-584-9121
A school teacher injured his back and had to wear a plaster cast around the upper part of his body. It fit under his shirt and was not noticeable at all. On the first day of the term, still with the cast under his shirt, he found himself assigned to the toughest students in school.
JOKE # 10
Walking confidently into the rowdy classroom, he opened the window as wide as possible and then busied himself with desk work. The class- room became a bit unruly and he admonished them. This happened several times.
When he would do work at his desk, the strong breeze from the window made his tie flap annoyingly. He kept rearranging and rearranging the tie as the class raised it's level of unruliness.
Finally, becoming disgusted with the wayward tie, he stood up and took a big stapler off his desk and stapled the tie to his chest in several places.
Discipline was not a problem from that day forth.
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