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The Season Kicks-off with 'Gaslight'

Mendocino Theatre Company’s presentation of “Gaslight” continues through April 12, 2015.  Felicia 
Freitas, Producing Director, has selected some exciting and engaging plays for MTC’s audiences this 
2015 season.  The first pick for the season is “Gaslight” by Patrick Hamilton, directed by Stephen Dedola. 
Set in 1880s London, “Gaslight” was adapted into two films; this classic psychological thriller has been 
an audience favorite since its premiere in 1938. For times and ticket information, call 707-937-4477 or 
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2015 Cinema in the Vineyards

The 2015 Cinema in the Vineyards program will kick off the 10th Anniversary
Mendocino Film Festival in Philo on Memorial Day Weekend, May 22 – 24, 2015, followed by 10th Anniversary Mendocino Film Festival celebrations in Mendocino Village and around the county May 28 – 31, 2015. For more information, please call (707) 937-0171 or visit www.MendocinoFilmFestival.org.
 
 
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Sheila Fetzer and Teresa Tudury

Mendocino Stories & Events will feature a Singer/songwriter Showcase in an acoustic concert at Little 
River Inn’s Abalone Room on Sunday, March 22. Sheila Fetzer and Teresa Tudury, two uniquely powerful 
performers, have pleased, teased and delighted local audiences several times in recent years. They will 
each perform a solo set starting at 7:30PM. Net proceeds to benefit Albion/Little River Fire Department. 
Doors open at 7:00 PM with refreshments. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Little River Inn front 
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2015 Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals

The 2015 Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals continue for two more weekends: March 14 and 15 in Little 
River and March 21 and 22 in Fort Bragg. The first whale festival weekend in Mendocino was a great 
success. Our festivals celebrate the migration of the Pacific Gray Whale from the protected lagoons of 
western Baja to their ancestral feeding grounds in the cold waters of the Bering Sea. For more 
information, contact the Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center at 707-961-6300 
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Neave Trio

FBCA Music Series presents the Neave Trio Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m. in Preston Hall, Mendocino. The 
violin-cello-piano trio will present works by Chaminade, Shostakovich and Piazzolla. Tickets are at 
Harvest Market, Fiddles and Cameras and Out of This World or at the door. Information at 707-937-1018.
 
 
 
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Live screening of the 87th Annual Academy

The Mendocino Art Center rolls out the red carpet for a live screening of the 87th Annual Academy 
Awards with all proceeds benefiting the Mendocino Art Center’s Jewelry Department on Sunday, Feb. 
22, 5 p.m. All the Hollywood stars will be there – well, on screen anyway. Enjoy a delicious array of
hors d’oeuvres, treats, beverages and more throughout the night. Browse the silent auction featuring jewelry 
created by talented Mendocino coast artists. You can even make your own Oscar picks and have the 
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Sunday Recital

On February 15, enjoy a relaxing Sunday piano concert featuring Jason Coleman, grandson of the 
legendary Floyd Cramer. At age five, Jason started piano lessons and began to follow in his grandfather’s 
footsteps, performing with Floyd on several occasions at his concerts and on national TV. Jason made his 
debut on the Grand Ole Opry at age 17, as he accompanied country music legend Hank Locklin on the 
song “Please Help Me, I’m Falling,” which Floyd originally recorded with Hank more than 40 years prior. 
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Art in The Cellar

Handley Cellars presents Art in The Cellar, open to the public over Valentine's Day weekend, February 
13, 14, and 15, 2015, from noon until 4 each day, 3151 Hwy 128, Philo, Ca. For these three days, the 
Handley wine cellar and tasting room will be transformed into galleries, displaying the work of many 
talented artists and craftspeople - all from Anderson Valley. Throughout the weekend, they’ll be offering 
food pairings and special discounts on wine. We'll also host a raffle to support local art programs, with 
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