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UPBEAT’s Entertainment Guide


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Cloverdale 'HAIRSPRAY' Sculpture Trail Reception


June 8, 2019 ...continued from page 29


Cloverdale. CA. ~ Join us in celebrating one of Cloverd- ale’s signature


events, the


2019-2020 Cloverdale Sculp- ture Trail Artists’ Reception on Saturday, June 8th from 5:00 to 7:30 pm. Meet art- ists whose works will adorn the streets of Cloverdale for a year. This free public cele- bration is dedicated to the art- ists and to Cloverdale’s entire community and beyond for supporting Cloverdale’s one- of-a-kind Sculpture Exhibit. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres by


Tracy Valva, wines by Kelley & Young, sculpture themed cocktails and dessert by The Flour Girl at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. This cel- ebration is open to the public. Rounding out the evening will be music by the Greg Hester Duo, a continuous video in the theatre providing an insight into the world of exhibiting sculptors. Sculptors will be introduced and the winners of this juried public art exhi- bition announced. Plus, bid on scores of creative Silent Auction opportunities, includ- ing art donated by exhibiting sculptors. This 16th annual artist re-


ception will also spotlight in- novative mobile creations by Cloverdale’s alternative high school students. Students cre- ated three mobile based on their study of Alexander Cal- der’s life and art especially his innovative mobiles, which he is best known for. Remember to vote for your favorite sculpture. Ballots are available at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, dur- ing the reception and online at www.cloverdalesculpture- trail.org. The winner will be announced at the reception. There is something for every- one at the June 8th Artists’ Re- ception.


Kid/Dynamite,” Smita Patib- anda as “Detention Kid/Dy- namite,” Chanel Tilghman as “Detention


April Deutschle as “Deten- tion Kid,” Carlos Carillo as “Detention Kid,” Zoe Hodge as “Detention Kid” and Ajay Prater as “Detention Kid.” In addition to Mr. McCoy and Mr. Gallo, the creative team will


include Cat Knight as


Stage Manager, Andie Fanelli as Assistant Stage Manager, Lynn Grand as Set Designer, Brooke Jennings as Cos- tume Designer, Eric Johnson as Lighting Designer, Anton Hedman as Sound Engineer, Clay David as Prop Designer, Jackie Dennis as Wig De- signer, Richard Guiterez


as


Wardrobe Master and Stewart Lyle as Technical Director. HAIRSPRAY runs approx-


imately 2 hours and 30 min- utes, including one intermis- sion. Bay Area Musicals (BAM!) is


a professional, non-profit the- atre organization dedicated to presenting the highest-caliber of musical theatre in San Fran- cisco. Founded in 2014, the Company strives to stimulate and inspire the San Francisco Bay Area community through high-caliber musical theater ranging from familiar classics to challenging new works; to produce professional musi- cal theater at accessible ticket rates; and to engage the com- munity through performance, outreach, and educational op- portunities. For more infor- mation, visit www.bamsf.org.


Leadership is about vision and responsibility, not power. ~ Seth Berkley CrIce eam Kid/Dynamite,”


Weird Facts & Fun Trivia - 5


Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a legume in the Pea Family. It is also know as lucerne.


Alfalfa is supposedly the oldest known plant used for livestock feed, with records of its use as early as 1,000 BC in the Middle East.


Allspice is mainly grown in Jamaica and is the only spice whose production is confined to the New


World. No one has been able to successfully cultivate it in other parts of the world.


The name allspice comes from the fact that the flavor is suggestive of a combination of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves. It is generally used in pickling, baking (apple pie), condiments (ketchup), chewing bum, ice cream, soft drinks, etc.


Amino acids function as the building blocks of proteins. Chemically, amino acids are organic compounds containing an amino (NH2) group and a carboxyl (COOH) group.


Irvine Robbins and his brother-in-law both had ice cream parlors in California, and in 1946 they formed a partnership and created Baskin-Robbins to sell premium ice cream. The sold franchises, and by 1950 had eight stores. In 1953 Howard Johnson's 28 flavors of ice cream gave them the idea to advertise more flavors: 31 flavors, one for each day of the longest months.


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