Activist walks from Fort Bragg to Cherry Level to assist increase cash for veterans

JACKSONVILLE, NC (WNCT) – Tim Day was on a mission this week. He’s almost done.

Day, a Purple Heart veteran activist, covered nearly the entire 252 mile walk this week – from Fort Bragg in Fayetteville to Marie Corps Air Station Cherry Point in Havelock – all for a good cause. He took the walk to raise money and raise awareness. He is a member of the Warrior Bonfire Program, a national organization that focuses on veterans who have earned a Purple Heart.

“Well, I started at Fort Bragg a few miles ago on Sunday and walked every day to get 25 miles a day,” said Day.

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Day says it was both interesting and challenging, but it’s definitely worth it. He stopped near Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville on Friday to talk about how the walk has been for him so far.

“It’s going to be tough, but all you have to do is remember what you’re doing it for … 150 miles is overwhelming, but you know I only have 35 left … it feels good.”

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When he made it to Jacksonville, Day met another volunteer, Oscar Hernandez, a retired Marine, who accompanied him as he finished the hike to Cherry Point.

“I definitely recommend that more people join in … I enjoyed it,” said Hernandez. “It’s a nice walk … good cause.”

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Day emphasized how this walk taught him to take a minute to slow down and appreciate the things and people around you.

“People don’t slow down to really look at things,” said Day. “Just slow down and listen to others, stop all the shouting about this and that and put yourself in his shoes … that’s all.”

Almost 3,000 people lost their lives on September 11, 20 years ago. That’s what they’re called.

You can donate to Purple Heart Veterans by using the Warrior Bonfire website.

Day plans to make this an annual event. He is hoping for more volunteers in the next year. He also said he has had a great response from the churches he has been through and now the only thing left is to get the word out.

Council approves budgets, units apart cash for drought – Fort Bragg Advocate-Information

FORT BRAGG – Fort Bragg City Council had a busy session on Monday that lasted well into the evening – after 10 p.m. – when it received a series of presentations and proclamations, as well as the adoption and approval of several new ordinances, directives and resolutions from the Personals heard.

The evening began with a presentation by Sheila Siemens, Executive Director of the Noyo Center for Marine Science, where she outlined the ups and downs of the pandemic’s programs and her hopes for the near future.

Then Mayor Bernie Norvell made a proclamation recognizing the week of June 14th as the celebration of June 10th and a second proclamation recognizing the following week, June 21st to 27th, as National Pollinator Week. The winners of the Dana Gray Water Conservation Poster Contest for grades 3 to 5 were also announced.

New summer program approved, questions about waste disposal answered

The council then took public comments and passed its approval calendar, which included nearly a dozen items – mostly approving the latest protocols, but also approving a contract with Therma, LLC to install, monitor, and maintain the CV Starr Community Center building automation controls for no more than $ 28,000; and approving USDA grant applications to fund a biosolids dryer and backhoe loader.

Councilors Marcia Rafanan and Jessica Morsell-Haye drew and questioned the budget allocated to a professional services agreement with a new program called Surviving the Odds Project or “STOP” for $ 40,000 for ten students.

Morsell-Haye asked to move the item to the next council meeting on June 28 to clarify the numbers, but City Manager Tabatha Miller said they could proceed with the resolution until an updated budget is in place, reflecting 10 students instead of 15 Councilors Rafanan and Tess Albin-Smith voted against, despite making sure they were speaking out not against the program, but rather against the inaccurate budget information.

Urban planner John Smith also gave an update on the town’s drying yards for biosolids which are causing a bad odor south of town where the sewerage facility is located. A new and improved method of treating the wastewater is causing more solids to be dried before they can be shipped, but the city doesn’t have a bio-solids dryer that can handle the increased pollution.

Smith said the city is trying to mitigate the odor by stop moving the solids unless they’re loaded into a truck and adding enzymes to help. The new dryer is expected to arrive in October.

City approves budgets for fiscal year 2021/2022

The proposed city budget for adoption was $ 27.4 million in revenue and $ 30.7 million in funds. The general budget includes funding for investment projects and is not an operating deficit. The General Fund budget is $ 9.97 million in revenue and $ 9.92 million in funds, representing a surplus of $ 53,000.

“We are in much better shape than we thought,” said Councilor Lindy Peters. “We’re a lot better,” confirmed Miller.

After several meetings, budget workshops and public hearings, the city of Fort Bragg’s budget for 2021/2022 was unanimously approved.

The council also unanimously approved the 2021/2022 budgets for the Fort Bragg Municipal Improvement District, the budget line and the budget for capital projects.

For more information on these budgets, please visit the city’s website at https://city.fortbragg.com.

State-prescribed “optimization” of chargers for electric vehicles

In 2015 the Assembly Bill 1256 was passed, which requires local governments to introduce an optimized process for the approval of charging stations for electric vehicles.

The intent of the legislation was to prohibit local authorities from enacting ordinances that inappropriately hinder the installation of these chargers that provide power for plug-in electric vehicles, as well as the ability of homeowners and farm / businesses to install EV inappropriately restrict chargers. The installation of the stations is also exempt from environmental testing under the California Environmental Quality Act, also known as CEQA.

A public comment called the charging station in the Boatyard shopping center “white albatrosses” and suggested that the city reject the law completely. As Councilor Albin-Smith pointed out, the council’s hands are tied by the state.

The council heard a report from Assistant City Planner Kevin Locke regarding the legislation. Although the bill was passed in 2015 and is due to come into effect in 2017, Locke said many cities and counties have not officially passed the bill yet.

City Manager Miller said Fort Bragg was brought to the attention of the legislation about a year ago and, although the city honored the intent, it waited to be full again before officially enacting the legislation.

The regulation was adopted unanimously.

City asks council to allocate $ 600,000 for drought

City officials asked the city council to provide $ 600,000 to pursue various options, including procurement and approval hurdles, during this summer’s expected drought. State emergency funds are to reimburse these costs at a later date.

The Noyo River, which is the city’s main source of water during the summer and fall months, is below the worst year of drought on records in 1977. Staff told the city council that it is not possible to use trucks to transport water from Ukiah or Willits a viable option to rent as it would take 57 loads per day to provide 200,000 gallons. This would require ten trucks in 24-hour operation. Likewise, solar dehumidifiers are costly, delivering just 30 liters of water per day at a cost of around $ 4,600 per panel.

Desalination was recommended by the staff as the best option for providing water to the city. The reverse osmosis desalination system will be installed at the water treatment plant on the coastal rock and would deliver at least 288,000 gallons per day.

The municipal council unanimously approved the budget change.

City officials are given instructions on “voluminous” public comments

City clerk June Lemos said the city recently received several public comments that exceeded 1,000 pages.

The overly long files create a problem with the legislative program that cannot be easily compiled and published for online viewing. The law requires the city to make public comments visible on paper, which the city does. The city cannot limit the total number of pages that can be submitted under state law; it’s about what to do with uploading or printing comments that are too big.

One proposed solution was to submit public comments and subsequent attachments as a link or to use another online platform.

“Publishing 1,000 pages three days before the meeting is too much to ask,” said Lemos. “It also crashes our software.”

Lemos and the city council made it clear that the call only applies to long public comments, not regular public comments.

The public comment on the subject was, perhaps unsurprisingly, very much against any kind of restriction.

The solution recommended to staff was that all comments be included in the public record the day after the meeting or as soon as possible afterwards.

The next ordinary city council meeting will take place on June 28th at 6 p.m. in hybrid format. For more information, visit the city’s website at city.fortbragg.com.

Arts + Leisure – Fort Bragg Advocate-Information

Willits Center for the Arts May Exhibition

The Willits Center for the Arts is showing Sandy Strong, watercolors and photographs, and Robert Rhoades’ paper constructions through May 23. The Willits Photography Club is also showcasing new work in its upstairs gallery. The gallery is located at 71 E. Commercial St. The gallery is open from Friday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact Gary Martin at gtm1950@gmail.com or 707-972-3326.

Mendocino Spring Poetry Celebration

The Mendocino Spring Poetry Celebration’s 46th Anniversary and 16th consecutive revival will take place on KZYX & Z, Mendocino County’s public broadcaster, starting Sunday June 6th. Use a smartphone to record up to four minutes of poetry and email them by Sunday, May 23. Visit outfarpress.com/poetry for more information. Or call Gordon at 707-937-4107.

The Mendocino Art Center will continue its online courses in May

While the MAC campus is currently closed due to COVID-19, they will remain open online for classes, workshops, and the gallery shop. Please visit the Mendocino Art Center online at mendocinoartcenter.org for more information. More information is available at mendocinoartcenter.org.

Partners Gallery reopened in the heart of Mendocino in June

Partner artists will reopen their gallery in the historic Mendocino Beacon Building on Ukiah Street 45062 in the heart of Mendocino. After 10 years at the Glendeven Inn in Little River, another 10 years on Franklin Street in Fort Bragg, and a year only online during COVID-19, gallery artists are excited to usher in a new era in Mendocino. They are working on the preparation of the room and look forward to opening it sometime in June. In the meantime, they will continue their Connected exhibition online until June at www.partnersgallery.com/online-exhibits.

Save the data!

The Mendocino Music Festival recently announced that the 2021 festival will run from Friday July 16 to Sunday July 25. Further information on tickets and dates can be found at mendomusic.org.

“Postcards from Mecca” exhibition at the Grace Hudson Museum

The fascinating exhibition “Postcards from Mecca” at the Grace Hudson Museum runs until Sunday, August 22nd. The exhibition examines the friendship of two women who explored and experienced adventures in the southern California desert from the late 1910s to the early 30s. This traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy is complemented by a selection of AO Carpenter pictures from the collections of the Grace Hudson Museum. A talented professional photographer, AO traveled through Mendocino County in the mid to late 19th century, documenting the landscapes, industries, and people in the area. Welcome back to physical, personal exhibits at Grace Hudson. They are now open Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on Monday and Tuesday. The museum is located at 431 S. Main St., Ukiah. For more information, call 707-467-2836 or visit gracehudsonmuseum.org.

Wine song 2021! Save the data!

Winesong 2021 Live and Virtual will take place on Friday and Saturday, September 10th and 11th, 2021. It will be a safe series of events, both face-to-face and virtual. For more information and to check with RSVP that you plan to attend the celebration, visiteinsong.org.

Linda Packs “For the love of reading”

A new edition of For the Love of Reading is broadcast each month on Mendocino County’s Public Radio, KZYX & Z (times and dates may vary). If you haven’t heard or want to share some or all of the latest shows with others, you can find the links to all of the podcasts and audio files for the program on lindapack.net. You can find program information at kzyx.org/programs/love-reading.

One Minute Radio Theater from MTC

Take a minute to enjoy the Mendocino Theater Company’s One Minute Radio Theater every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. on the local public radio station KZYX. More information is available at mendocinotheatre.org.

Very close and classic

Up Close and Classical is a podcast series that takes a close look at the lives of classical composers and musicians. Each episode focuses on a composer, theme, or collection of works recently performed by Symphony of the Redwoods and the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra. Through musical excerpts, historical context, and insightful conversations with musicians, Up Close and Classical invites you to lean in and listen to the music you love. From Philip Bizet to Ravel, Dr. Philip Lenberg on some of the most influential French composers of the late 19th century. More information is available at symphonyoftheredwoods.org.

Sequoia Room video archive

The Sequoia Room video archive presented by North Coast Brewing Co. includes more than 60 hours of music from sold-out shows at The Sequoia Room. You can find many different genres including; Jazz, blues, bluegrass and more on The Sequoia Room Facebook page.

From the Arts Council of Mendocino County

Did you know that Mendocino County’s Arts Council has a COVID-19 resource and response page? If your inbox is ours, it’s full of thoughts, messages, replies, requests, surveys, and information about CARES ACT – and the list goes on. We collect the links and information that may be of use and organize everything in one place Resource and Response Center for ACMC Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Mendocino County Arts Council can be reached at 707-463-2727 or artsmendocino.org.

California Arts Council updates

For the latest updates from the California Arts Council, as well as essential links and resources for California artists, cultural professionals and creatives on the coronavirus pandemic, please visit their website at cac.ca.gov/.

Send art and entertainment offers to events@advocate-news.com by midday on Friday. Art openings are staged the week of the first Friday in Fort Bragg and the second Saturday in Mendocino. Please contact us to learn how to publish paid courses and workshops.

Arts + Leisure – Fort Bragg Advocate-Information

The Mendocino Music Festival is hosting an interview with soprano Hope Briggs

Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert inspire the audience again and again with their lively, informative and entertaining interview style. Working out the personality of the guest artist and at the same time having a stimulating musical conversation.

Join our Mendocino Music Festival community on Friday April 9th ​​from 12pm to 1.15pm for an inspiring hour with Daniel Lockert and Jenny Matteucci as they interview internationally renowned soprano Hope Briggs and perform recordings of her wonderful singing . A critically acclaimed Verdi soprano, Hope is hailed as an “artist of vocal sensitivity, theatrical wisdom and integrity” who gives the world of opera a new perspective. Her career choice has brought her onto the concert stage as well as a deep and personal connection with Negro Spirituals. Hope will share her experiences on and off stage and tell us about her COVID project, which makes hearts beat faster in this difficult time.

Find out more and secure your free ticket at mendocinomusic.org.

The Grace Hudson Museum Presents “Yosemite People”

The Grace Hudson Museum is hosting the Yosemite People online exhibition through April 11th. The exhibition shows photographs of the award-winning Jonas Kulikauskas, who brings his sensitivity for street photography into the wilderness. The Grace Hudson Museum is located at 431 S. Main St. in Ukiah. For more information, see the website at gracehudsonmuseum.org.

The tangueros of the west

The Ukiah Community Concert Association season finale will take place on Sunday April 18 at 2pm with an online performance by Los Tangueros del Oeste and world-class Argentine tango dancers. Tickets for available online at Ukiah Concerts, ukiahconcerts.org. After the performance, the program will be uploaded to UCCA’s YouTube channel and will be available to subscribers and individual ticket buyers for 30 days. For more information, please call 707-463-2738.

The online exhibition at the Mendocino County Museum immerses you in the world of the albatross

Albatross: Life on Wind and Sea is the Mendocino County Museum’s online exhibit until April 30th and reflects the latest discoveries about these seabirds. This exhibit is combined with stories of albatross sightings in Mendocino County. Museum collection highlights and virtual programs will inspire exploration and management of the Mendocino coastline. https://fortbragglibrary.org/albatross/

Willits Center for the Arts April Exhibition

The Willits Center for the Arts is proud to exhibit paintings by Margaret Pirrouette and redwood handicrafts by Juliet and Erwin Ludwig until April 30th. The gallery is located in the E. Commercial St. Gallery. The opening times are Friday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact Gary Martin at gtm1950@gmail.com or 707-972-3326.

Pati Gloria Breed can be seen at the Edgewater Gallery

The Edgewater Gallery will present Pati Gloria Breed’s acrylic and fine oil paintings through May 5th. The paintings Pati shows in April are visual explorations of mystical poetry. One such painting shows the foam of a wave reaching into the sky at the moment before the wave folds into the sea. It’s about the longing for the ephemeral for the eternal. Don’t miss this inspiring show. The Edgewater Gallery has hosted dozens of great artists since it was founded in 2003. It is now open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located at 356 N. Main St., Fort Bragg. Admission is free. Visit the website at edgewatergallery.com.

Linda Packs “For the love of reading”

A new edition of For the Love of Reading is broadcast each month on Mendocino County’s public radio, KZYX & Z (times and dates may vary.) For program information, visit kzyx.org/programs/love-reading.

Mendocino Music Festival Encore 2020

Mendocino Music Festival is excited to announce Encore! This function makes all 18 virtual events that you have presented since last spring available to you free of charge (and free of zoom glitches) – from a look behind the scenes of the festival to the varied lunchtime series produced by Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert to chat with Lucia Micarelli and Kim Nalley. The music includes Susan Waterfall’s explorations of the Debussy Preludes Book I and II, the best of Stephen Sondheim, some extraordinary jazz singers, and Spencer Myer who plays Chopin. Ticketing for Encore! Programs work just like their other virtual events: “buy” a free ticket; You will receive a link by email at https://mendocinomusic.secure.force.com/ticket/#/

One Minute Radio Theater from MTC

Take a minute to enjoy the Mendocino Theater Company’s One Minute Radio Theater every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. on the local public radio station KZYX. More information is available at mendocinotheatre.org.

Very close and classic

Up Close and Classical is a podcast series that takes a close look at the lives of classical composers and musicians. Each episode focuses on a composer, theme, or collection of works recently performed by Symphony of the Redwoods and the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra. Through musical excerpts, historical context, and insightful conversations with musicians, Up Close and Classical invites you to lean in and listen to the music you love. From Philip Bizet to Ravel, Dr. Philip Lenberg on some of the most influential French composers of the late 19th century. More information is available at symphonyoftheredwoods.org.

The Mendocino Art Center will continue online classes in April

While the MAC campus is currently closed due to COVID-19, they will remain open online for classes, workshops, and the gallery shop. Please visit the Mendocino Art Center online at mendocinoartcenter.org for more information.

Sequoia Room video archive

The Sequoia Room video archive presented by North Coast Brewing Co. includes more than 60 hours of music from sold-out shows at The Sequoia Room. You can find many different genres including; Jazz, blues, bluegrass and more on The Sequoia Room Facebook page.

From the Arts Council of Mendocino County

Did you know that Mendocino County’s Arts Council has a COVID-19 resource and response page? If your inbox is ours, it’s full of reflections, messages, replies, requests, polls, and CARES ACT information – and the list goes on. We collect the links and information that may be of use and organize everything in one place Resource and Response Center for ACMC Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Mendocino County Arts Council can be reached at 707-463-2727 or artsmendocino.org.

California Arts Council updates

For the latest updates from the California Arts Council, as well as essential links and resources for California artists, cultural professionals and creatives on the coronavirus pandemic, please visit their website at cac.ca.gov/.

Send art and entertainment offers to events@advocate-news.com by midday on Friday. Art openings are staged the week of the first Friday in Fort Bragg and the second Saturday in Mendocino. Please contact us to learn how to publish paid courses and workshops.

Arts + Leisure – Fort Bragg Advocate-Information

Author event with Paul McHugh

A writers’ event with Paul McHugh and his book “Came a Horseman” will take place on Thursday January 14th via Zoom from 6pm to 7pm, courtesy of Gallery Bookshop To attend the event, please register on the Gallery Bookshop website, gallerybookshop.com. For more information, please call 707-937-2665.

Christòpheren Nomura with Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert

Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert will chat with the baritone Christópheren Nomura on Friday, January 22nd at 12 noon. A discussion of his journey from the San Francisco Boys Choir to performing on Broadway and the various fascinating stops along the way. Perhaps you remember Christòpheren from his extraordinary and powerful performances at the Mendocino Music Festival 2018, the Brahms Four Serious Songs and in baritone solos in the Beethoven Symphony No. 9. To register, visit mendocinomusic.org.

Virtual concert series SRS @ HOME

The virtual concert series SRS @ HOME of the Santa Rosa Symphony under the direction of Francesco Lecce-Chong will take place on Sunday, January 24th at 3 p.m. on YouTube with works by Bach, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Marianna Martines and Mozart. More information is available at srsymphony.org/

Crab Cake Cook-Along & Wine Tasting Sip-Along on January 30th

The Mendocino Coast Clinics will present the Crab Cake Cook-Along & Wine Tasting Sip-Along on Saturday, January 30th, which will be broadcast live at noon. a virtual fundraising campaign for community health care. Reserve a package for two filled with Made in Mendocino Treats, Dungeness Crab, Crab Cake Recipe Cards, your personal crab apron, and a link so you can sign up and cook with some of our award-winning on-site chefs. Mendocino wines can be ordered and shipped from mid-January so you can take part! Roberta Gonzales, who turns on as a Bay Area television personality, interviews chefs and retired Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman. Proceeds will go to the continued and important dissemination of COVID-19 tests in our community. Order at https://mccinc.ejoinme.org/supportmcc. Ask? events@mccinc.org or 707-961-3463, mendocinocoastclinics.org.

The Mendocino Music Festival Chorale sings two winter songs

The Mendocino Music Festival wishes you, your family and friends a pleasant and merry Christmas. To help you celebrate, please enjoy videos of two beautiful winter songs that the Festival Chorale has recorded over the past few weeks. The festival chorale is the shining light at the top of our educational program, but hardly any of us could have imagined what the chorale would learn in the past few months. The group could not meet in person, rehearsed on Zoom and finally decided to start a virtual choir. Each singer had to know his part well enough to sing it alone and then learn the technical aspects of recording.

You’ll hear Eric Whitacre’s “Glow” and Randall Thompson’s “Choose Something Like a Star,” which is dedicated to a poem by Robert Frost. That was such a difficult year. To a happy and healthy 2021 full of good times and new adventures. These songs can be viewed until January 31, 2021. More information is available at mendocinomusic.org.

Mendocino Music Festival Encore 2020

Mendocino Music Festival is proud to announce Encore! With this new function, all 18 virtual events that you have presented since last spring are available to you free of charge (and free of zoom interference) – from a look behind the scenes of the festival to the varied lunchtime series by Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert to chat with Lucia Micarelli and Kim Nalley. The music includes Susan Waterfall’s explorations of the Debussy Prelude Book I, the best of Stephen Sondheim, some exceptional jazz singers and Spencer Myer who plays Chopin. Ticketing for Encore! Programs work just like their other virtual events: “buy” a free ticket; You will receive a link by email at https://mendocinomusic.secure.force.com/ticket/#/

WCA January 2021 exhibition

The Willits Center for the Arts showcases fabric baskets by Rosie Saxe and paintings by Mariangela La Thanh. The show runs through January 31st. The Willits Photography Club also has a spectacular show in the Great Room. The Willits Center for the Arts is located at 71 E. Commercial St., next to the Noyo Theater. The galleries are open on the weekend from Friday to Sunday between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Masks are mandatory and only six people are allowed in each gallery.

One Minute Radio Theater from MTC

Take a minute to enjoy the Mendocino Theater Company’s One Minute Radio Theater every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. on the local public radio station KZYX. More information is available at mendocinotheatre.org.

Very close and classic

Up Close and Classical is a podcast series that takes a close look at the lives of classical composers and musicians. Each episode focuses on a composer, theme, or collection of works recently performed by Symphony of the Redwoods and the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra. Through musical excerpts, historical context, and insightful conversations with musicians, Up Close and Classical invites you to lean in and listen to the music you love. From Bizet to Ravel, episode 3 of Dr. Philip Lenberg’s podcast on some of the most influential French composers of the late 19th century. For more information, see symphonyoftheredwoods.org.

Mendocino Art Center

While the MAC campus is currently closed due to COVID-19, they will remain open online for classes, workshops, and the gallery shop. Please visit the Mendocino Art Center online at mendocinoartcenter.org.

Sequoia Room video archive

The Sequoia Room video archive presented by North Coast Brewing Co. includes more than 60 hours of music from sold-out shows at The Sequoia Room. You can find many different genres including; Jazz, blues, bluegrass and more on The Sequoia Room Facebook page.

From the Arts Council of Mendocino County

Did you know the Mendocino County’s Arts Council has a COVID-19 resource and response page? If your inbox is similar to ours, it’s full of thoughts, messages, replies, requests, surveys, and information about CARES ACT – and the list goes on. We collect the links and information that may be of use and organize everything in one place Resource and Response Center for ACMC Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Mendocino County Arts Council can be reached at 707-463-2727 or artsmendocino.org.

California Arts Council updates

For the latest updates from the California Arts Council, as well as essential links and resources for California artists, cultural professionals and creatives on the coronavirus pandemic, please visit their website at cac.ca.gov/.

Send art and entertainment offers by Friday lunchtime to events@advocate-news.com, 690 S. Main St., Fort Bragg, CA 95437. Art openings are held in Fort Bragg the week of the first Friday and Mendocino the second Saturday. Please contact us to learn how to publish paid courses and workshops.