Cotati, California: Accordionist Statue

Lifesized bronze statue of accordion player Jim Boggio, who died in 1996. Statue erected in 1997. Boggio, a member of the band the Sonoma Swampdogs, co-created the annual Accordion Festival, held around the third weekend in August.
Address:
60 W. Cotati Ave., Cotati, CA
Directions:
In La Plaza Park at the center of town, at the corner of Old Redwood Hwy and W. Sierra Ave.
Hours:
Always visible. Festival in August.
Admission:
Free.
RA Rates:
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Statue of accordion player Jim Boggio. Sure looks like he enjoyed what he did. Cotati musy have enjoyed it, too - they have an accordion festival every year.

[Ed Lenarcic, 06/04/2011]

Jim Boggio co-founded the annual August Cotati Accordion Festival in 1991, and died in 1996.

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