A spring carnival came to town last week, setting up at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair from May 6 to May 9. Longtime carnival vendor Butler Amusements was on hand with rides, games and concessions, as community members got to take part in the full carnival experience for the first time in over a year.
Windsor’s painted pianos were officially christened on Saturday, May 1. Thirty-minute concerts were held throughout the day at each piano from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Members of the public of all ages and skill level joined in small groups and played for each other to welcome the pianos.
A few dozen shelterless people lined up at the doors of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Friday morning, April 30, to receive COVID-19 vaccinations, a $25 gift certificate, food and tents, tarps and sleeping bags if needed as supplied by Reach For Home, Healdsburg Shared Ministries and volunteer …
This year, the 75th Apple Blossom Parade would have been held on April 17. However, COVID-19 derailed plans for a spring. In place of the official parade, some friends in town got together and decided to do an unofficial Apple Blossom Parade on April 17.