Archive for February, 2010

Mendocino Coast Whale Festival Concert Series on March 6, 13
Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Saturday March 6th

The subdudes return to Mendocino County as the Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce and The Coast Mendocino County’s FM present the inaugural concert in the Mendocino Coast Whale Festival Concert Series. Saturday evening, March 6th, 8PM Cotton Auditorium , Fir & Harold, Fort Bragg. Tickets are $20, $30 and $40 ($5 more day of show) and are available at Harvest Market in The Boatyard Center, Out Of This World in Mendocino, and at the Chamber Office on Main Street in Fort Bragg. Tickets may also be purchased online through the link at kozt.com. There are no bad seats in Cotton, but all seats for this show are reserved seating, so purchase early to get where you really want to be….

And…if you’re in the mood, Chef Will Lee is cooking up an authentic Creole Dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 at Redwood Coast Senior Center, right next to Cotton. Only 200 can be seated for this one, so again, purchase early. Creole Dinner tickets available only at Harvest Market and the Chamber Office. Since your seats at Cotton are reserved, enjoy a nice dinner, maybe a little Mendocino County wine or North Coast Brewing Company beer, then walk a few short feet to Cotton Auditorium and the subdudes. More info? Call 961 6300 or go to kozt.com.

Friday March 12

The second weekend of Whales Festivals brings the second in the Mendocino Coast Whale Festival Concert Series. Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce and The Coast, Mendocino County’s FM, present Gene Parsons and David Hayes at Abalone Hall at Little River Inn. Show starts at 8:00PM, doors open at 7:00 with wine and beer available. Tickets are $15 advance, $20 at the door and are available at Little River Inn, Harvest Market and the Chamber of Commerce office. More info? Call 961 6300 or go to kozt.com.


Mendocino Outdoors is the premier guide to outdoor activities on the Mendocino Coast

Mendocino Outdoors, the premier guidebook for outdoor fun and adventure on the Mendocino Coast, was recently updated as an ebook for the 5th Edition. You can buy a copy at Smashwords.com, the Apple iBooks Bookstore, Amazon’s Kindle Books, and Barnes & Noble's online store.

Sunset Magazine Features Glendeven Inn
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Mama Llama kisses her babyMama Llama cuddles with her babyWe were delighted to open our February 2010 Sunset Magazine and discover one of our favorite coastal retreats – Glendeven Inn – was featured.  Named as one of the top 20 destinations of the west, Glendeven Inn offers a mix of elegance and comfort that keep their guests returning year after year.  Their meadow is dotted with llamas that they allow you to visit – very friendly indeed! Breakfast is made with eggs from their chickens and guests are encouraged to participate in feeding time. Both locals and visitors have discovered their cozy Wine Bar(n) or feasted on one of their elegant dinners served in their beautifully restored, historic farmhouse.


Mendocino Outdoors is the premier guide to outdoor activities on the Mendocino Coast

Mendocino Outdoors, the premier guidebook for outdoor fun and adventure on the Mendocino Coast, was recently updated as an ebook for the 5th Edition. You can buy a copy at Smashwords.com, the Apple iBooks Bookstore, Amazon’s Kindle Books, and Barnes & Noble's online store.

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