POSTPONED: Pegasus Theater Pushes “Jacob Marley…” Date

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.

Water District Construction Wrapping Up; Roads Next

Many of you have experienced the ripped-up roads, detours, and torn-up dirt for the past few weeks–the visible evidence of water-line reconstruction to replace aging galvanized pipes with modern PVC. Sweetwater Springs Water District has told the Friends of Rio Nido that the water-line construction is finished; a second phase–of road reconstruction–will commence as weather (both rain and temperature) allows.  This second phase will involve some re-paving, finishing the edges of the roadway, lifting the meter-boxes to the new grade of the road, and grinding out some of the fractured “puzzle-pieces” of road. Rio Nido residents of Canyon 7 and Paradise Lane, now have new C900 PVC water lines–both the main line and the service lines, the district told us.

There is another water-line project planned for Canyon 1; however, this will not take place for a few years at a time to be determined in the future.