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Powerful Aug. 10, 2021, right until rescinded: Get of the Health Officer of Mendocino County mandating the wearing of face coverings in indoor public configurations by all folks in response to the surge of COVID-19 and the unfold of the Delta Variant.

Mendocino Theatre Company re-opening designs have changed
Because of to the alarming spike in COVID instances in our county, and new constraints that limit their skill to accomplish indoors, Mendocino Theatre Enterprise has manufactured the challenging determination to reschedule their productions of “The Cemetery Club” and “Tiny Attractive Factors.” They now system to reopen in November, and their new 2021 plan will be declared before long. For additional data, stop by Continue to be harmless, Mendocino!

Mendocino Movie Festival
The Mendocino Film Competition is thrilled to announce yr-round programming, in addition to the return of their 15th Once-a-year Mendocino Film Pageant, June 2-5, 2022.

The Mendocino Film Pageant, now additional than at any time before, recognizes the need for neighborhood situations, to deliver folks alongside one another and celebrate our shared tradition.

At last, the Mendocino Film Competition is happy to be a part of forces with Fort Bragg’s Coast Cinemas for the return of their Classic Film Series. The festival will showcase movies that have stood the examination of time with the intention of entertaining, educating, and all-all around delighting viewers in Mendocino County and over and above. For a lot more information and facts, stop by

MTC’s 1-Minute Radio Theatre
Get a moment to love Mendocino Theatre Company’s A person-Moment Radio Theatre, each and every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. on regional general public radio station KZYX. For extra data, go to

California Arts Council updates
The most up-to-date California Arts Council updates, in addition crucial links and means for California artists, cultural employees, and creatives on the coronavirus pandemic can be located by browsing their web page at

Symphony of the Redwoods
Eric Kritz and Friends provides an Opus Chamber New music Live performance at 3 PM on Sunday, Oct 17th in Cotton Auditorium. This live performance will function a special ensemble of proficient, seasoned, and much-cherished area musicians. They will fill the hall with musical options beautifully suited to their abilities, which includes properly-recognized clarinet will work by Mozart, Prokofiev, and Francaix. In addition, a brand new do the job by Jeff Ives composed particularly for this team will be showcased. For far more details, visit, or email

Mendocino Artwork Heart
Find paintings from the Mendocino Artwork Center’s plein air pageant, the Mendocino Open Paint Out, will be curated for a particular in-human being and on the net exhibition, September 29 via October 31. More than fifty oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media artists from all through California are collaborating in the three-day event, September 24-26, painting the community environs – from the rugged encompassing landscape to the bay and seashores, to the quaint Victorian architecture and drinking water towers, to the nearby vineyards and wineries. For additional information, go to

Larry Spring Museum
The Lary Spring Museum will demonstrate two short movies and host an artist converse by Indigenous filmmaker Jennifer Dysart on October 15, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.

Caribou in the Archive (2019), is a rustic VHS home video of a Cree girl searching caribou in the 1990s blended with National Film Board of Canada movie footage shot in northern Manitoba in the 1950s. At the coronary heart of this individually discovered footage film, the filmmaker describes the gatherings that led to preserving an important piece of family members record from being lost permanently.

Kewekapawetan: Return Right after the Flood (2014) — Upon looking at a description of quite a few several hours of 50-yr-outdated black and white 16mm film about the flooding of her Cree group of South Indian Lake, Manitoba, Canada (O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Country) held in cold storage at the provincial archives, the filmmaker embarked on a journey to return the content to the neighborhood. By this observed footage, the filmmaker provides the story of her Indigenous community’s dispossession and displacement demanded by a significant hydroelectric undertaking and the community’s ongoing story of survival.

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Ship Arts and Amusement listings by noon on Friday to Art openings are mentioned the week of Initially Friday in Fort Bragg and Second Saturday in Mendocino. Make sure you make contact with us about how to publicize paid lessons and workshops.