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August on the Mendocino Coast

August on the Mendocino Coast is filled with great happenings from the Tony Award-winning musical “Fun Home” presented by Gloriana Musical Theatre to the Mendocino Coast Writers Conference, to a new play directed by Betty Abramson at Mendocino Theatre Company.

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Historic Walking Tours of Ridgewood Ranch -- home of Seabiscuit

Historic Walking Tours of Ridgewood Ranch. Visit the special place that Seabiscuit called home…the depression era hero that captured the imagination of an entire nation.

All tours are docent-led and available by reservation. You will experience the charm of this historic ranch and learn about the home of the legendary Seabiscuit. Historic walking tours are availablet hrough September 22th, 2018, every Saturday at 9:00 AM, except when events are scheduled.

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6th Annual Anderson Valley Barrel Tasting This Weekend – July 21st and 22nd

Do you have your tickets yet? Get unprecedented access to winery cellars, taste yet-to-be-released wines, and purchase futures of your favorites at a special barrel tasting weekend price! Explore the area, discover new wineries, and enjoy a beautiful summer weekend in Mendocino's Pinot country!

Participating wineries will feature previews of new wines, from Pinot Noir to Zinfandel, along with current releases. Attendees will receive a logo glass and a wristband, which grants access to the events for both Saturday and Sunday.

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Wine growing and wine tasting in Mendocino County

The Mendocino Winegrowers is hosting a chardonnay event on July 18, 6 to 8:30 pm at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center.

Mendocino Winegrowers, Inc.

From Hopland to north of Fort Bragg, and numerous points in between, you’ll love Mendocino County wineries and wine tasting. Mendocino winemakers create balanced, pure wines from grapes grown on unspoiled land, wines that express the individuality of Mendocino’s 11 diverse appellations.

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Still more fun to come this week -- Fireworks and Salmon BBQ in Fort Bragg on July 7th

This year the 47th Annual World’s Largest Salmon Barbecue will be held Saturday, July 7th. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., south Noyo Harbor, $33 adult, $10 for children 12 and under. Salmon, corn on the cob, salad and garlic bread; vegetarian option and hot dogs available. Beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee. Live music by Wanderlust, Highway 1, Wayfinders, Steven Bates & Friends with host Earl Oliver.

The Salmon Restoration Association is a non-profit, all volunteer organization that is supported entirely by their sponsors, individual donations, and fundraising.

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Mendocino Music Festival is just around the corner!

The following quote on www.MendocinoMusic.org paints the perfect picture for this summer's festival, taking place July 7-21

"I didn't realize how much the power of the place would magnify and intensify...

the waves of emotion coming from the music"

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13th Annual Mendocino Film Festival - June 1-3, 2018

Award-winning film in an unforgettable destination – that’s what is happening this weekend during the 13th Annual Mendocino Film Festival. Marking more than a dozen dynamic in beautiful Mendocino, the Mendocino Film Festival will feature approximately 60+ films representing more than 20 countries. The varied line-up will include Sundance 2018 selections, Academy Award nominees, and California premieres. More filmmakers than ever before will be attending to talk about their films.

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Mendocino County's North Coast -- rich in history, natural resources, and beauty

The North Coast is rich in history, natural resources, and beauty. In 1850, the Baltimore schooner Frolic shipwrecked off the Mendocino Coast, and the explorers found riches more valuable than silk.

Towering redwood forests greeted them and Mendocino’s redwood lumber industry was born. Thus, a link was opened between this region and the rest of the world. Mendocino Village beautifully maintains its Victorian era ambience.

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