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Alliance Francaise Mardi Gras fun

More Mardi Gras Fun: On Feb. 23, the Alliance Francaise de Santa Rosa hosts Fete du Mardi Gras at the Vista del Lago Clubhouse (3150 Lakeview Drive, Santa Rosa).

Chef and instructor Christine Piccin, students of the culinary arts department of Santa Rosa Junior College, La Gare French Restaurant, Madame de Fromage , Galaxy Desserts and Fabrique Delices will offer crepes, a selection of main dishes, cheeses, desserts, hard ciders and wines.

There will be a silent auction, raffle, music and more. Guests are encouraged to wear masks and costumes.

All ages are welcome, but anyone under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.

Cost is $35 in advance and $5 at the door. Sonoma State University and SRJC students pay $20 and children under 16 pay $10. To secure your spot, mail a check to AFSR, 4525 Montgomery Drive, Suite 2A, Santa Rosa, 95409. To qualify for the advance price, your check must be received by Feb 19.

All proceeds benefit the activities of the Alliance. For more information, visit afsantarosa.org.

Hula & Homicide: This year's Cloverdale Citrus Fair (1 Citrus Fair Drive, Cloverdale), taking place Friday through Monday, has an island theme, "A Polynesian Affair." In keeping with the theme, the fair's Murder Mystery Dinner features "Hula and Homicide."

The dinner takes place in the Citrus Fair auditorium on both Saturday and Sunday evening.

The doors open at 6:30 p.m with a no-host bar of tropical cocktails. Dinner, catered by a member of the local Rotary Club who lived in Kauai for a time, is a traditional luau, with kalua pig, macadamia nut chicken, pineapple cake and more on the menu.


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