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11,000 FT2 OF CULTURE, COMMUNITY, AND CREATIVITY APRIL 6-8, 2018 SPRING GUIDE #1


ENGAGE ART FAIR KICKS OFF NAPA VALLEY ARTS IN APRIL


Calistoga, CA. ~ In true Napa Valley


Style, fers incredible


Calistoga wine,


shopping, and culture.


cozy little town is known for being “up valley”


and


down home, which makes experienc- ing all there is to offer approachable and fun. So for those


try something new, what to


looking better


get year, to way introduced


into the seductive world of art. Now in its fourth Celebrate!


Napa Valley pres- ents ENGAGE Art Fair, a one of a kind event that showcases more than 35 bay area artists in a gallery setting with an open studio vibe. Re- nowned and upcoming artists


and encourages guests to min- gle with the artists themselves, to experience fi rst hand the beauty and powerful emotion evoked by the creative mind.


of-


food, This


will demonstrate their talent as they create art onsite. The for- mat allows guests to easily me- ander among the art on display


ENGAGE Art Fair is a three- day event that kicks off Napa Valley Arts in April, a month- long campaign to promote lo- cal talent and to bring commu- nities


through live mu- sic,


art


exhibitions, sto- rytelling,


together fairs and theatre


performances, culinary arts, and hands on activi- ties. This celebra- tion of the imagi- nation is meant to


demonstrate


the diversity of art mediums and broad spectrum of talent. Much


like a fi ne wine, art is meant to be savored and shared. Me- dia Contact: Christy Gentry ~ (707) 326-5058 ~ christy@in- sitemarketers.com


new bors, neigh- the Joneses,


two suburban couples who have even more in com- mon than their identical homes and their shared last names. As


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • March 2018 • 11 Showing March 2 - 25th, 2018


Now Showing: THE REALISTIC JONESES


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ SHOW FIVE of the 2017-2018 SEA- SON THE REALISTIC JONE- SES received a Drama Desk Special Award and was named Best Play on Broadway by USA Today , and best Ameri- can play of 2014 . A melan- choly dark comedy by Obie Award-Winning Playwright, Will Eno. Playing March 2 - 25, 2018. The paly is directed by Argo Thompson. THE STORY: Meet the Joneses and their


their relationships begin to ir- revocably intertwine, the Jone- ses must decide between their idyllic fantasies and their im- perfect realities. At its heart, The Realistic


Joneses is a funny and moving story about the joy of humans sharing


battling


time and space, the


dark-


ness with a joke or silence. Come join


Left Edge for this hysterical show...well, not hysteri-


cal, but defi nitely some other word. SINGLE TICKETS: $25 General Admission, $40 Reserved Premium Seats . For tickets call the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts 707-546- 3600 or visit https://www.left- edgetheatre.com/.


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UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • March 2018 • 11


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