Find the entire late spring through Labor Day band schedule on the Rio Nido Roadhouse website under Events. It’s a terrific lineup which includes Levi Lloyd, the Tom Finn Band, the THUGZ celebrating Bob Dylan, D’Giin, Petty Theft, The Pulsators, Gator Beat, The Fargo Brothers, the SoulShine Blues Band, The Sun Kings (Beatles), Garageland Rodeo, and the Unauthorized Rolling Stones, plus a few more slots to be filled. It’s going to be a super summer out there under the stars and among the redwoods. Listen to great bands, dine, and dance to your heart’s content!
Pool information will be coming soon.
Pegasus Theater is grateful for all of you who have bought tickets, donated money, attended fundraisers and helped mount plays for the last 15 years. For some time now revenue has not been able to keep up with modest production and overhead costs, even though performances have been successful and well received. The bottom line is that there is an immediate shortfall in funds. They need to raise $5,000 in the weeks to come or they’ll be forced to close their doors. Please contribute now if you want Pegasus to continue.
Board members and the Artistic Director will match the first $1,200 of donations received toward their goal of $5,000.
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Pegasus Theater Company presents Panache, a romantic comedy written by Don Gordon and directed by Jacquelyn Wells. It opens March 15 and runs for four weekends through April 7 at the Rio Nido Lodge, with a fundraising Gala for Pegasus at the final performance. For reservations and further information, please go to Pegasus Theater’s website.
Soulful stylist Vernelle Anders performs Saturday, February 23, 6-10 pm with Tim Haggerty, master of keyboards and bass. Together their bring you jazz, blues, Latin, and R & B. There is a cover charge at the door. For more information on what’s happening this weekend, go to rionidoroadhouse.com
Friends of Rio Nido’s first member meeting of 2013 promises to be a good one: the theme addresses illegal drug activity, in particular methamphetamine, in our hamlet. Speaking about this with members will be Fifth District Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carillo, District Attorney Jill Ravitch, Sheriff’s Office representative Capt. Rob Giordano, and Sonoma County Director of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Mike Kennedy. The meeting will be held at the soon-to-open Moon River Marketplace, 4444 Wood Rd., in the historic, and newly-restored, Rio Nido Lodge. Please contact email@example.com, with any questions.
Pegasus Theater Company presents two one-act plays: Duck Variations by David Mamet and directed by Susan Packer; and The Madness of Lady Bright by Lanford Wilson and directed by Darlene Kersnar. The show runs for 4 weekends through February 10 at the Rio Nido Lodge.
Come listen to Prisma Trova Duo this Saturday from 6-10pm at the Rio Nido Roadhouse. Cost is $5 at door. Hear a mix of originals and covers sung in English, French, and Spanish. Need more information? Check out their songs online here.
Join the Rio Nido Roadhouse Saturday for the always entertaining and danceable Levi Lloyd & the 501 Blues. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Then on Sunday come for brunch starting 9am and stay until the Niners take on the Falcons at noon or watch the AFC Ravens v. Patriots at 3:30pm.
The regular RNR menu will be available all day, as well as the 15 beers on tap, of course, and the full bar. Great food and friendly service.
The Smart Fellers play the Rio Nido Roadhouse this Saturday night 6-10 pm. $5 at the door. Love 30′s and 40′s swing, jazz, jump, jive, and blues? Hear it all from Mark Larson on guitar and Alan K. Parks on bass fiddle.
Due to the extreme weather conditions being forecast for the next several days, Pegasus Theater Company is is postponing the opening of Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, at the Rio Nido Lodge, until next weekend. With high winds and rainfall and the possibility of streams flooding being predicted, the group doesn’t want to put patrons or cast and crew at risk.
The show will now open on Friday, December 7, with an opening night celebration of complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres, and will continue as previously scheduled through December 23.
Pegasus will be personally contacting everyone who made a reservation this weekend to see if we can move your reservations to another weekend.
All Saturday and Sunday performances are $15 general admission. The following two Fridays are pay-what-you-can. Friday and Saturday evening performances begin at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees begin at 2:00 p.m. Reservations may be made up to 3 hours before a performance online at our web site at www.pegasustheater.com or by calling the Box Office at (707) 583-2343. Reservations will be held until 10 minutes before the performance begins.