UPBEAT’s Entertainment Guide June 1,2 & 8 - 2019

25th Year West Sonoma County Open Studio Tour

Productions Opens New Show in Windsor!

June 15 - Nov 29th 2019 Get a Clue

Santa Rosa, CA ~ Owner/Di- rector Dennis Parlett and play write Holly Vinson present interactive dinner

solve the crime. a

theater where you Their new

show is “Murder at Sea” a Caribbean Enjoy

cruise delicious

mystery. island

themed three course meal at your private table while cruis- ing to the Bahamas.


the way there is sure to be fun activities,

romance, and of course.. murder!

Description: “Murder at Sea” A Caribbean Cruise Mystery! Welcome aboard the Lady Victoria, the flagship of the Queen’s Line Cruises.


Sonoma County, CA. ~ Sebastopol Center for the Arts and Art at the Source open the doors to free, self-guided open studio tours of western Sonoma County.

Full color catalogs to the

112 artists are available at nu- merous locations in Sonoma County and beyond. The web- site is also a comprehensive guide to all the artists and studios. Deciding which loca- tions to choose becomes eas- ier with a visit to Sebastopol Center for the Arts. The Preview Exhibit at features

The Gallery every

artist and runs through June 9, located at 282 South High Street, Sebastopol. Visit the Gallery during our extended hours, 10am – 5pm on the Tour weekends. Pick up a catalog to plan your routes and follow the map and yel- low signs to the artists’ stu- dios. Call 707.829.4797 for information.

tain Richard Staunchback and his crew are eagerly waiting to cast off for the Caribbean. Our athletic director, Nikki Loveland, performs an au- thentic French style massage that is to die for. Sara Landis, cruise director, organizes plenty of on board activities for you to choose from. The ship has been known to tempt it’s passengers and crew to fall in love. So come aboard and by the end of the cruise you will

think you’ve died and gone to heaven.

June 15th & 21st, July 13th, August 17th, September 20th, October 11th & 18th, Novem- ber 2nd, 15th, & 29th ~ $68 per person (tax & tip not in- cluded) includes the show & a 3 course island themed dinner!

For Reservations call Charlie’s Restaurant @ (707) 837-0019 or for online reservations go to www.getaclueproductions. com ~ Let them know you read it in the Upbeat Times! You can also reach the producer: Dennis Parlett-

owner/pro- ducer (707) 978-0755

Ukiah, CA. ~ Whether he’s squeezing

out the deepest

blues or playing the funki- est soul grooves, legendary blues and soul giant Tommy Castro knows how to ignite a crowd. Over the course of his still-unfolding career, the guitarist,

vocalist and song-

writer has released 15 albums ranging from horn-fueled soul and R&B to piping hot blues to fiery rock ‘n’ roll. He’s performed all over the world, earning countless fans with his legendary, sweat-drenched, exhilarating live shows. Cas- tro’s band, The Painkillers— bassist Randy McDonald, drummer Bowen Brown and keyboardist Michael Emer- son—have now been playing together over four years. Af- ter hundreds of live shows, they have coalesced into one of the telepathically tightest units Castro has ever assem- bled, making them one of the most in-demand live roots music acts performing today. Billboard says the band plays “irresistible


blues-rock” with “street-level grit and soul.” 5:30 PM. Par- ducci Wine Cellars ~ 501 Par- ducci Rd, Ukiah, CA 95482 ~ For additional information see

Hi Paul! Chris and Cheryl Poniatowski from Bennett Valley were “upbeat” in Portland Oregon. ~Regards, Chris Poniatowski

murder mystery July 20, 2019

Parducci Concert Series


Upbeat Times in Portland Oregon!

Don’t let others put thoughts into your mind that takes away your self-confidence. ~ Katori Hall YES

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