My Music - Upcoming Shows
February 19, 2004
See Ron Taylor and Lisa Rein (Park and Ride) Play The Vallejo Masonic Temple This Sunday, February 22

"Park and Ride" is the name that Ron Taylor and I play under when it's just the two of us doing a set.

It's that time again! Ron and I are going to do an acoustic set at a benefit for Loma Vista Farm This Sunday, February 22, around 5:30 pm. The whole thing is going on from 4-7pm.

Let me know if you plan on coming and I'll bring a free CD to give you at the show!

It's at:

Springbrook Masonic Temple, 101 Temple Way, Vallejo

Spaghetti dinner and silent auction fundraiser for
Loma Vista Farm
in Vallejo.
No host social 4-5pm (magician will perform from approx. 4:10-4:30)
dinner 5-7pm (Raymond Victor band, Park and Ride, Polinesian Dance group)

$15.00 per person
5 and under are free
tickets available at the door

I80 East to Vallejo
Tennessee East exit
at the stop sign turn left then make a right onto Tennessee Street
Left on Locust
Left on Masonic
Left on Temple
Drive thru the gate located at the top of the hill.

Save Loma Vista Farm

What is Loma Vista Farm?
Loma Vista Farm is an outdoor classroom for children, which is a part of the Vallejo City Unified School District. Run on three acres by the students themselves, the farm is home to many animals including horses, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, an organic garden and a greenhouse. The Farm serves over 18,000 children a year, providing an intriguing environment for education in science, human relation skills and agricultural literacy.

For nearly 30 years, Loma Vista Farm has been operated under the direction of teacher Thom Arcadi and visited by students in Solano County and other school districts in the Bay Area. Vallejo families visit the Farm, and gardening classes are held for adults.

Loma Vista Farm is in Danger!
Because of the current fiscal crisis, the Vallejo City Unified School District Board had to make a difficult decision to eliminate all of the funding for Loma Vista Farm in recent budget cuts. These cuts will close down the farm by summer 2003 if action is not taken to save it.

How You Can Help

* Help fix up the farm: fix-it skills and green thumbs needed; yard duty helpers on open farm days.
* Volunteer: fundraising/grand writers needed
* Donate supplies: copy paper, flower pots and flats, potting soil, animal feed, etc.
* Sponsor an animal: honor your name or advertise your business with a special sign near the animal you sponsor.
* Dine at Chevy's every first Monday of each month, mention Loma Vista Farm, and 20 percent of your bill will go to the farm: April 7, May 12, June 2, July 7, August 4, September 8, October 6, November 3 and December 1. Reservations are encouraged (707) 644-1373. Comments, questions or concerns regarding the Loma Vista Farm Chevys Fundraiser:
* Make a donation: tax deducible donations can be sent to:
Donation Account
Loma Vista Farm
150 Ranier Ave.
Vallejo, CA 94589

For more information on Save Loma Vista Farm, call (707) 556-8765 or email

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