by AVA News Service, March 25, 2017
Last chance to hear true history!
Friday, April 21 at the Anderson Valley Grange in Philo and Saturday, April 22 at Fort Bragg’s Cotton Auditorium will be the final chances to hear the brand new stories and songs that make up this year’s Museum Road Show, produced by the Mendocino County Museum! Step back in time and experience life in Mendocino County during the 19th century through stories of the Frolic shipwreck and the birth of the lumber industry; schooners and stagecoach lines; Grace Hudson, her paintings, and her love for the Pomo; ghastly ghost tales and more! Accompanying the actors onstage are members of Poonkinney Antique, the new Road Show band, which plays original and traditional folk songs infused with fiery gypsy jazz and sweet bluegrass.
Performances are at 7:30 pm; doors open at 7:00 pm for seating and pre-show music. Advance tickets are $18 Adults; $14 Seniors & Students, and are available at Boont Berry Farm in Boonville and Harvest Market in Fort Bragg or online. For more information visit www.MendocinoMuseum.org or call 459-2736.