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Upbeat’s Spring Guide#1 3/6/2020


First Friday at Santa Rosa Arts Center


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Kate Magdalena is a singer/ songwriter. Her “Timely Americana” music, topi- cal transformative songs addresses the preserva- tion of the natural world, homelessness, the po- litical landscape, friend- ship and loss. She has released two albums of original music. View “The 19th Amendment” art exhibit and visit other open studios and gal- leries in the SOFA Arts District. Time: 5-8pm. FREE! All ages wel- come. Santa Rosa Arts Center, 312 South A Street, Santa Rosa. Contact: Simmon Factor 707-293-6051


info@santarosaartscenter.org.


3/24/2020 CRUISE &


TRAVEL FAIR! Santa Rosa, CA. ~


Featuring Ama Waterways, Princess, Cunard & Pleasant Holidays! Tuesday, March 31st ~ 7:00 - 8:30 pm Finley Center, Cypress Room. RSVP by 3/24/2020 & receive extra entry to WIN $100 American Express Gift Card Plus Additional Prizes (must be present to win) Presented by Cruise Plan- ners, Your Land and Cruise Experts. Jackie and Barry Duncan ~ 707-595-4080 jackie.duncan@cruiseplanners.com


BUYING U.S. GOLD COINS


$1.00 GOLD...............................................................$140.00 & up $2.50 GOLD...............................................................$190.00 & up $3.00 GOLD...............................................................$550.00 & up $5.00 GOLD...............................................................$300.00 & up $10.00 GOLD.............................................................$600.00 & up $20.00 GOLD..........................................................$1,250.00 & up $50.00 GOLD 1851 to 1855..................................$10,000.00 & up


BUYING


SILVER DIMES 1964 & Before.......................................$1.19 & up SILVER QUARTERS 1964 & Before..............................$2.97 & up SILVER HALF 1964 & Before.........................................$5.95 & up SILVER HALF 1965 to 1970...........................................$1.62 & up SILVER DOLLAR 1878 to 1904....................................$17.00 & up SILVER DOLLAR 1921 to 1935....................................$12.00 & up


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FLYING EAGLE CENTS 1856-1858 $12.00 & up TWO & THREE CENTS 1851-1889 HALF DIMES 1794-1873


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TWENTY CENTS 1875-1878 QUARTERS 1796-1891


HALF DOLLARS 1794-1839 HALF DOLLARS 1839-1891 DOLLARS 1794-1804


TRADE DOLLARS 1873-1885


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An optimist laughs to forget; a pessimist forgets to laugh. — Tom Nansbury UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • March 2020 • Pg 11


Healdsburg, CA. ~ The Healdsburg Community Band opens its 2020 Sea- son with a program of Civil War era music Saturday, March 14 at the Raven Performing Arts Center, 115 North Street, down- town Healdsburg. Down- beat is at 7:30 PM. All HCB concerts are free. The concert, conducted


by Randy Masselink, fea- tures compositions from and about the era reflect- ing the patriotism, bat- tles, courage, reverence, hopefulness, and even celebrations of those dif- ficult times . Selections include: “The Blue and The Gray Suite,” “The Great Locomotive Chase,” Shenandoah,” and “Cap- tain Blood’s Quickstep” plus others. “Although the Civil War was fought in the East, it’s an important


Healdsburg Community Band Opens 2020 Season Civil War Era Music


part of Sonoma County’s history as well, with many veterans from both sides moving here and creating legacies.” observes HCB president David Brandt. “We’re supplementing the musical program with im- ages of local citizens who fought and died in the war or returned and lived their lives out here, to provide historical perspective in an entertaining way.” The Healdsburg Commu-


nity Band is all-volunteer, comprised of about 50 mu- sicians who get together for the joy of making music and serving the commu- nity. The not-for-profit or- ganization supports music at Healdsburg High and the Cloverdale Schools with donations, including scholarships and bene- fit concerts. The concerts are free, thanks to support


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • March 2020 • Pg 11 Fun Facts & Trivia #4


from sponsors, but do- nations are gratefully ac- cepted. Band members have a


wide range of skill levels, and local 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.healds- burgcommunityband.org


During the American Civil War, music played a prominent role on both sides of the conflict: Union and Confederate. On the American Civil War battle- field, different instruments including bugles, drums, and fifes were played to issue marching orders or sometimes simply to boost the morale of one’s fellow soldiers.


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