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off at noon. Festival includes beer gardens, kids area, live music and performances, shopping, and eateries. Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 10:00am - 5:00pm, Cost: Free, Location: Historic Downtown Petaluma, Western and Petaluma Bvld. N. Petaluma, California 94952. For More Information: Contact: Lissa Ferreira Local: 707-762-9348 Email:
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Petaluma, CA. ~ Brimming with authentic small town pride, Petaluma’s Butter and Egg Days Parade pays tribute to Petaluma’s place in history as the “World’s Egg Basket” and the communi- ty’s rich agricultural heritage. Originally created in the 1900s to promote Petaluma as part of National Egg Day, the parade has grown to more than 130 units attracting 30,000 people into downtown. This year’s parade theme, “It’s Always Punny in Petaluma”. Celebrating all that is udder-ly eggs-ceptional in Sonoma Cow-nty and the mag- nificently witty Clo the Cow on her 50th Birthday. Parade kicks
Who’s Got the CHOPS?
Santa Rosa, CA. ~ On Sat- urday, March 9 at the Lu- ther Burbank Center for the Arts, community
will gather for Chop’s Teen Club’s 3rd annual Who’s Got The Chop’s Lip Sync Battle. Who’s Got The Chop’s is a no- holds barred lip sync competi- tion pitting teams against each other in an exciting, hilarious and highly entertaining eve- ning that raises critical funds for Sonoma County teens. Seven teams will be com-
peting in this year’s event and represent a variety of Sonoma County businesses and com- munity organizations.
teams include: Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller and Mosk- owitz LLP, Leap Solutions, Exchange Bank, St. Joseph Medical, Dr. Walter Tom-Aes- thetic Laser and Vein Cen- ters, Redwood Credit Union and Leadership Santa Rosa Class 32. Teams will be rais- ing money to support Chop’s prior to the event and during the event. Each team will lip sync to their favorite tunes, show their dance moves and rile the crowd’s enthusiasm. Teams will be competing for
three awards; “The Chop’s” award is given to the top overall fundraising team. The “Judge’s Choice” is awarded by a panel of renowned Sonoma County leaders, in- cluding:
Senator Mike Mc-
Guire; Hank Schreeder, Chief Santa Rosa Police Depart- ment; Diann Kitamura, Santa Rosa City Schools Superin- tendent and Leslie McCauley, Santa Rosa Junior College Theatre Chair/Artistic Talent. The “People’s Choice” award
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JOKES & Humor #4 A man was invited to a wedding. When he reached the hotel, he found two doors written on them...
1. Bride relatives 2. Groom relatives
He entered the groom door and found two doors again.
1. Ladies 2. Men
He entered men door and found two doors again.
1. People with gifts 2. People without gifts
He entered the second door
(people without gifts)... He found himself outside the hotel.
Facts & Trivia #3
The earliest butter would have been from sheep or goat’s milk; cattle are not thought to have been domesticated for another thousand years.
An ancient method of butter making, still used today in parts of Africa and Near East, involves a goat skin half filled with milk, and inflated with air before be- ing sealed. The skin is then hung with ropes on a tripod of sticks, and rocked until the movement leads to the formation of butter.
In his Natural History, Pliny the Elder calls butter, “the most delicate of food among barbarous nations,” and goes on to describe its medicinal properties.
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