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Student Winners Announced in Annual Water Awareness Poster and Video Contests


UPBEAT’s SUMMER Entertainment Guide #3 arrives August 1st JOKES & Humor #5


Great Line-Up Of Local Music July 2019


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Winners of the Sonoma County Water Agency’s (Sonoma Water) an- nual Water Awareness school poster contest and the Russian River Watershed Association’s high school video contest were announced recently during a celebration held to acknowl- edge the winning entries and hand out prizes. More than 108 students, family mem- bers, teachers, and elected of- ficials attended the event held May 23 at the Sonoma Water


Zak Zaikine:


A Whimsical Sonoma County Artist!


offices in Santa Rosa. Sonoma Water, in partnership with lo- cal water suppliers, has held an annual Water Awareness Poster


Contest since 1994.


Winners of the poster contest are featured in the following year’s Water Awareness cal- endar. The contest allows stu- dents to creatively express the importance of water as a natu- ral resource. This year, 2,373 students from 39 schools in Sonoma Water’s service area participated and 13 winners were chosen from a pool of 135 finalists. Each winner received a t-shirt with their winning poster art printed on the front and teachers were given a $50 check for school supplies. The poster contest is sponsored by the Sonoma Ma- rin Water Saving Partnership, Sonoma Water, and Sonoma Clean Power. The winning videos can be viewed at: www.sonomawa- ter.org/video-contests


New work now at:


Bodega Landmark Studio Gallery 17255 Bodega Hwy, Bodega (707) 876-3477


Hand Goods Gift Shop 3627 Main St., Occidental (707) 874-2161


Also available are hand signed


greeting cards at Andy’s Market in Sebastopol and Community Market in Sebastopol and Santa Rosa.


Chart Readings are off ered by appointment.


Contact: Zak Zaikine (707) 823-9340


Pg 24 • JULY 2019 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC.


Windsor, CA. ~ Oliver’s Mar- ket’s in-store Tavern Off The Green, located in Windsor’s Bell Village west of Highway 101, has more than a great seasonal pub menu and 24 rotating taps of lo- cal beer, wine and cider to offer. The Tavern is also home to series of beer, wine and live local mu- sic events. Here is the full Oliv- er’s Windsor Tavern schedule for July: Tavern Friday Wine and Beer Events: • Friday, July 5 from 5-7 PM: Brutocao and Bliss Family Vineyards ($2 Fee) • Fri- day, July 19 from 5-7 PM: Mur- phy Goode Winery ($2 Fee) • Fri- day, July 26 from 5-7 PM: Meet the Brewery: Woodfour Brewing Co. ($1 Off Woodfour Pints).


Tavern Live Music Calendar: • Every Friday from 11:30 AM –


2:30 PM: Donny Mederos


and Levi Lloyd • Saturday, July 6 from 4-6 PM – Twin Soles • Saturday, July 13 from 4-6 PM – Saffell • Saturday, July 20 from 4-6 PM – The Rains • Saturday, July 27 from 4-6 PM – David Hamilton Tavern Location and Hours: Oliver’s Market Windsor and the Tavern Off The Green are located at 9230 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor, CA 95492. The phone number is 707-687-2050. Store Hours: Daily from 7 AM – 10 PM. Tavern Hours: Sun- day-Wednesday: 11 AM – 9 PM with Last Call at 8:30 PM; Thurs- day-Saturday: 11 AM – 10:00 PM with Last Call at 9:30 PM.


The Night Life


Te North Bay & Beyond! Dates to Remember!


by Geoff Wittmer rockinphoto88@gmail.com


Sonoma County, CA. ~ At the Uptown Theater in Napa, Y&T will play on 7/6 and Lyle Lovett and His Big Band on 7/10 & 7/11. Dwight Yoakam will be


at the Marin County Fair on 7/3, Steel Pulse on 7/5, Joan Jett and the Black- hearts on 7/6 and Cheap Trick on 7/7. The Mountain Winery in


Saratoga will feature Seal on 7/13, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo and Melissa Etheridge on 7/28, and Mi- chael McDonald and Chaka Kahn on 7/30. You can see Paul


McCartney at the Sap Center in San Jose on 7/10. Down to Mill Valley at


the Sweetwater Music Hall in Marin: Zepparella (an all female Led Zepplin tribute band) for 2 nights on 7/19 and 7/20. Denny Laine and the Moody Wings Band will perform (founding mem- ber of the Moody Blues and Wings and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee) on 7/26.


See you next


month!


Don’t interrupt someone working intently on a puzzle. Chances are, you’ll hear some crosswords. ~


I’m a big fan of white- boards. I find them quite re-markable. ~


I was in the gym earlier and decided to jump on the treadmill.


People were giving me weird looks, so I started jogging instead.


The Punitentiary: Publisher's Puns


It is im-paul-lite to use your own name in a pun.


It's Paul-sitively re-paulsing.


While running the Upbeat Times I am considered a paul-prietor.


It is also disrespect-paul to decimate the english language.


I personally a-paul-ogize.


If I continue this, I have a feeling someone might call the paul-ice!


Here men from the


planet Earth first set foot upon the


Moon. July 1969 AD. We


came in peace for all


mankind. Neil Armstrong


Hello from above our magnificent planet Earth. ~ Laurel Clark


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