Upbeat Times HOLIDAY GUIDE #1

SAMNZAR's Smoke Shack is Open!

Sebastopol, CA. ~ Just 2.7 miles West

of Sebastopol Small Gas Insert starting at

$1829.00 INCLUDING Vent kit

(Valued at $460)

you'll find our good friend and very friendly conversational- ist Greg Brummet, selling his famous smoked salmon from his 'Smoke Shack' at 9200 Bodega Hwy in Sebastopol. You cant miss his signage! The signs are 1/4 mile out in both directions on Bodega Hwy before you reach the top of the hill among the beautiful apple orchards. His smoked salmon is favorable and car- ries a slightly sweet rich and yummy smoked aroma! Great for picnics at the ocean or at home with some of your fa- vorite crackers, French bread and Brie. Make sure you tell him you heard about it in the Upbeat Times! He even also offers mail order and sells out quickly so make sure you call him in advance! He's been selling his tasty gourmet fish since 1973 and going strong! If you want to contact him and get your smoked salmon or- der in before the holidays, call him at 707-829-6699.

• Heat up to 950 Sq. Ft. • No Power Required to operate • Optional Fan, Remote Thermostat • Made in the U.S.A.

Te most beautiful things

are not associated with money; they are memories and moments. If you don't celebrate those, they can

pass you by. Alek Wek



Healdsburg Community Band Announces 2019-20 Concert Schedule

Healdsburg, CA. ~ The Healdsburg Community Band kicks off its 38th season


announcing this year’s concert schedule, including five main perfor - mances plus a n umb e r of special appear- ances.


first per- formance will


Monday, Nov. 11, w hen the


plays as part of Veterans Day obser- vances by Cloverdale Amer- ican Legion Post 9862 at the Cloverdale Veterans’ Hall, 205 W. First St., Cloverdale. Ceremonies begin at 7 PM. Next are the popular Healds-

burg Community Band hol- iday concerts. The first will take place on Sunday, Dec. 8, 3 PM at Healdsburg Commu- nity Church, 1100 University St., Healdsburg. The second will be Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Cloverdale Veterans Hall. Downbeat is 7 PM. This year’s

Pops Concert

will feature Music of the Civil War.

The date is Saturday, March 14, 7:30 PM at the Ra- ven Performing Arts Center, 115 North Street, downtown Healdsburg.

The band will also perform a spring concert featuring “songs of the world.” Date is Sunday, May 3, 3 PM at the

Healdsburg Community Church.

On Sunday, June 7, 1 PM, the band will perform on the Healdsburg Plaza, with a pro- gram of favorites selected by band members.

The band will also play se-

lections of patriotic favorites and marches on the Healds- burg Plaza as part of the an- nual July 4th festivities. HCB will


perform as part of the annual FFA Twi- light


smaller ensembles will

ticipate the

par- in


verdale Citrus Fair Parade and pro- vide music

at selected Healdsburg Prune- packer games and other local events. “2019-20 marks our 38th season, and it’s gratifying to see the talent and energy that our volunteer musicians put into each performance, with the support of the community and sponsors” observes David Brandt, Healdsburg Commu- nity Band president. The Healdsburg Community

Band is all-volunteer, com- prised of about 50 local mu- sicians who get together for the joy of making music and serving the community. The not-for-profit organization supports music at Healdsburg High School with scholarships and equipment purchases. Band members have a wide range of skill levels, and lo- cal residents are encouraged to join if they play or used to play an instrument. There are no auditions, but applicants should have basic ability to read music. www.healdsburg-

Contact: Stu Matlow 415-407-5474

The best way to celebrate the holidays is with some delicious food. ~ Rachel Hollis PERFORMANCE

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