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For the first time ever, live music can be enjoyed at The Glen via the Music in the Redwoods experience, which kicks off on August 6 with Foxglove and special guest Gene Parsons and runs through September 18, featuring a variety of bands, including 2nd Hand Grass on August 13, Sharon Garner and the Dorian May Trio on August 14, Steven Bates Band on September 17, New Nashville West on September 18 and acts to be announced on September 10 and 11. Trains transporting attendees depart the Fort Bragg depot at 6:30 pm to arrive at The Glen at 6:50 pm. Music begins at 7 pm, and the train returns to Fort Bragg by 9:30 pm. Ticket pricing is as follows: Adults $75.00 (ages 13 and up), Children $59.00 (ages 2-12), Infant: $32.00 (under the age of 2) and include roundtrip train fare, live music, a drink token that can be redeemed at the full bar and unlimited popcorn.
On August 20 and 21, the Mendocino Film Festival and the Skunk Train present Cinema in the Redwoods, a movie experience like no other. Nestled within the redwoods at the historic Glen is a new and unique outdoor theatre, perfect for families or couples to enjoy selections from the Mendocino Film Festival in a truly magical environment. The premiere for two first nights of the Cinema in the Redwoods is the timeless classic Stand by Me. Concessions and a full bar are available. The train will depart at 6:30 pm from the Fort Bragg depot, arriving at Glen Blair Junction at 6:50 pm in time for a 7:15 showtime. The train returns to the station at 9:50 pm. Ticket pricing is as follows: Adults $75.00 (ages 13 and up), Children $59.00 (ages 2-12), Infant: $32.00 (under the age of 2) and include roundtrip train fare, live music, a drink token that can be redeemed at the full bar and unlimited popcorn.
Masks are required in accordance with the TSA and FRA regulations.
This summer, the California Western Railroad’s Skunk Train, one of Northern California’s most popular attractions, is launching two new exciting experiences at The Glen, a magical clearing and event space nestled deep in the Mendocino woods. One experience will focus on live music and showcase a myriad of local bands (Music in the Redwoods), and the other (Cinema in the Redwoods) will present multiple showings of a film classic in this very distinctive setting.