.Music, Art and M*A*S*H

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Maria Muldaur

Maria Muldaur will be playing a special “Evening With” show on Saturday, June 15, at Dancing Crow Vineyards in Hopland. Muldaur, perhaps best known for her 1973 hit song, “Midnight at the Oasis,” has recorded albums in the folk, blues, early jazz, gospel, country and R&B traditions. Her latest album is 2020’s Let’s Get Happy Together, featuring Tuba Skinny. She first rose to fame as a member of the Even Dozen Jug Band, which included Bay Area luminary David “Dawg” Grisman, as part of the American folk music revival in the early 1960s. The show, featuring Maria Muldaur & Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band, will start at 6pm, Saturday, June 15, at Dancing Crow Vineyards, 12141 Hewlett Sturtevant Rd., Hopland. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased via bit.ly/mm-dcw. For more information about the venue, visit dancingcrow.com.


M*A*S*H Bash

Napa Valley Museum and the Tug McGraw Foundation invite the public to swing into summer at a M*A*S*H Bash at Rosie’s Bar, inside the Main Gallery exhibition “Warrior Dogs.” Party like it’s 4077 with a visit to Korea’s 4077th Mobile Surgical Hospital Unit, inspired by the hit TV series and film M*A*S*H. Live dance music will be performed by the Paper Moon trio, and Kamikaze cocktails will be made with Humboldt Distillery vodka. Wines by Rescue Dog Wines will be available. The event includes admission to “Warrior Dogs: Honoring the Service & Sacrifice of America’s Four-Legged Fighters.” A costume contest will be featured, inviting guests to come as their favorite M*A*S*H character. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume and the winner of the M*A*S*H trivia game. Tickets include music, cocktails and wine tastings. The bash will be held from 5 to 7:30pm, Saturday, June 15, at the Napa Valley Museum Yountville, 55 Presidents Cir. Tickets are $25 for museum members, active military, veterans and first responders, and $35 for general admission. Must be 21 to attend. Free parking is available. For more information, visit the Napa Valley Museum website at napavalleymuseum.org.

Santa Rosa

Art on South A

The Santa Rosa Arts Center gallery will be transformed into a spectrum of color with artwork created by local artists. Paintings, photographs and other visual art primarily dominated by one color will be arranged around the gallery to create a horizontal rainbow. Augmenting these will be other colorful rainbow pictures. The exhibition runs from June 7 to July 28. An artists’ reception will be held from 5 to 8pm, Friday, June 7, at the Santa Rosa Arts Center, 312 South A St. For more information, contact Simmon Factor at 707.293.6051 or the Santa Rosa Arts Center at 707.526.0135 or via email at [email protected].

San Rafael

No Silly Matter

Social justice artist Evri Kwong will discuss his latest work, “King Cotton and Other Silly Matters,” at an art talk at the San Rafael City Hall Council Chambers this Thursday, June 6. Kwong was born in San Francisco and raised in the Bay Area. He attended the San Francisco Art Institute, receiving a BFA and MFA in drawing and painting. During graduate school, Kwong was awarded a full fellowship to study at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. He has received grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, the Lannan Foundation and the Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation. Currently, he is an adjunct professor of drawing and painting at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Kwong’s art talk runs from 6 to 7pm, Thursday, June 6, at the San Rafael City Hall Council Chambers, 1400 Fifth Ave.


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