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Monthly Archives: July 2013

 

 

AUGUST  2,  5-7pmFIRST FRIDAY: MEET THE ARTISTS

Corrick’s ARTrails Gallery presents T Barny and Rik Olson.

Local artists T Barny and Rik Olson will be featured throughout August at the ARTrails Gallery at Corrick’s, and will be kicking the month off with a lovely reception: Friday, from 5-7. Come by and get to know two of your neighbors who are working to bring this magnificent beauty to our community! Ancient Oak Cellars’ Friday night Happy Hour will be in full swing, complete with live music from another local artist, and Bistro 29 will be wowing us all with delectable finger-foods. Come by Friday, and say hi!

Corrick’s, 637 4th Street

 

 

AUGUST 2, 5-8pm – SUMMERFEST AT RAILROAD SQUARE

Wine tasting, artisan beer, live music by Falcon Christopher, arts and crafts, and more! First Fridays during the summer. www.summerfestrailroadsquare.com

4th Street between Davis and Wilson

 

AUGUST 3rd-  at 10 a.m. First SATURDAY Cleanup . Join neighbors and youth in the care of Prince Memorial Greenway the first Saturday of every month. Clean-up supplies provided. Organized by Stan Gow & Chop’s Teen Club. For more info go to http://firstsaturdaycleanup.org

 

AUGUST  3 & 4, 11am-5pm – SOFA DISTRICT ARTWALK

Visit the open studios of 24 featured artists in the South A Street (SOFA) Arts District of downtown Santa Rosa. Don’t miss this popular annual weekend-long open studios event. www.sofasantarosa.com

AUGUST 4TH -The West End Farmers Market will be “blacked out” next Sunday, August 4th due to a previously scheduled wedding at DeTurk Round Barn. The Market will continue on the following Sunday, August 11th.

 

AUGUST 4, 4-5pm, PRINCE MEMORIAL GREEN WAY STROLL

Meet at the Greenway entrance across from City Hall. Bac  in time to go to Art in the Park at  Juilliard, this week Dennis Johnson and the Mississippi Ramblers with blues and slide guitar. No rsvp, just show up if you are available. Bill Montgomery

 

 

AUGUST  4, 5-7pm LIVE AT JUILLIARD: DENNIS JOHNSON AND THE MISSISSIPPI RAMBLERS

Dennis Johnson is viewed as one of the elite slide guitar players performing today. Drawing comparisons to slide guitarists Robert Johnson and Roy Rogers, Dennis Johnson masterfully elevates the art of slide guitar across many genres of music including Blues, New Orleans, Rock, and Swing. Pack a picnic or purchase food from one of our tasty vendors. Enjoy your summer Sunday evenings from July 7 – August 11 with music, food and fun at Live at Juilliard. All concerts are free. For more info and a complete lineup visit www.srcity.org/liveatjuilliard

Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue

 

AUGUST  4, 7pm – FLAMENCO & CLASSICAL GUITAR at the Glaser Center

MARK TAYLOR AND AARON HAAS:

Mark Taylor is an international recording artist and performer specializing in flamenco and Spanish classical guitar. Aaron Haas studied Classical guitar at Skidmore College, and has been studying guitar in Lugano, Switzerland. www.glasercenter.com, The Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Avenue

 

Sun. July 28, 2-3pm  – Sonoma County Museum Presentation, 425 7th Street

Join us for a lively discussion about the art programs featured in the current exhibition Margins to Mainstream. Learn from key advocates involved in working with art and artists with mental and physical disabilities from an array of service organizations and galleries. Moderator is Bob Nugent, Curator Imagery Winery. Panelists include: Jennifer O’Neal from Creative Growth; Naomi Murakami, Art Director, Wellness and Advocacy Center; Barbara Harris, Art Production Coordinator, Becoming Independent; Rosemary Milbrath Executive Director from NAMI and Jack Fischer- Executive Director, Jack Fischer Gallery. www.sonomacountymuseum.org

 

Sun., July 28, 5-7pm – LIVE AT JUILLIARD: FROBECK FUNK/PUNK/ROCK BAND

Frobeck is a funk/pop/rock band featuring high-octane vocals, life-altering songs, and world-class musicianship. Boasting a full lineup of bass, drums, guitars, keys replete with sultry backing vocals, and an earth-shaking horn section, Frobeck has entered into the realm of their musical heroes: Tower of Power, The Sons of Champlin, and Stevie Wonder. Pack a picnic or purchase food from one of our tasty vendors. Enjoy your summer Sunday evenings from July 7 – August 11 with music, food and fun at Live at Juilliard. All concerts are free. For more info and a complete lineup visit www.srcity.org/liveatjuilliard

Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue

 

Saturday, 7/20, 8am-1pmGarage/Yard sale at 331 Lincoln Street.

 

Friday, July 19, 8pm – ROY ZIMMERMAN’S ‘WAKE UP CALL’

The Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave

Showcase Concert Series at the Glaser Center: Roy Zimmerman’s ‘Wake-Up Call’ is 90 minutes of hilarious, rhyme-intensive original songs, many of which are also incisive calls to action—smart, savvy, and unforgettable. Some (‘Abstain With Me,’ ‘I Want a Marriage Like They Had in the Bible’) are scathingly funny; others (‘Hope, Struggle and Change,’ ‘I Approve This Message’) are heartfelt and inspiring. ‘Wake-Up Call’ is a funny, tuneful, and unabashedly progressive look at the condition of the country, as soon through Zimmerman’s acerbic and eternally bemused eyes. www.glasercenter.com

 


THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILERPARK MUSICAL
6th Street Playhouse, 52 West 6th Street
Opens July 19, 8pm

They’re baaaack! Those crazy characters from Armadillo Acres are back this summer for a limited encore performance. There’s a new tenant at Armadillo Acres-and she’s wreaking havoc all over Florida’s most exclusive trailer park. When Pippi, the stripper on the run, comes between the Dr. Phil-loving, agoraphobic Jeannie and her tollbooth collector husband-the storms begin to brew. Runs through August 4. www.6thstreetplayhouse.com

 

LIVE AT JUILLIARD: THE SORENTINOS
Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue
Sunday, July 21, 5-7pm

Enjoy retro rock ‘n roll with a modern twist when The Sorentinos perform at this Sunday’s Live at Juilliard concert in Juilliard Park. Featuring original songwriting and stellar musicianship, The Sorentinos will be playing songs from their new CD, ‘Rock Bop Rhythm and Blues.’ Pack a picnic or purchase food from one of our tasty vendors. Enjoy your summer Sunday evenings from July 7 – August 11 with music, food and fun at Live at Juilliard. All concerts are free. For more info and a complete lineup visit www.srcity.org/liveatjuilliard

 

 

 
PIECES ART RECEPTION 

July 13, 6-8pmOpening reception for PIECES exhibit featuring artists Cat Kaufman and Mary Vaughan. www.gallery-300.com

Gallery 300, 300 South A Street


COLOR FUSE ART RECEPTION 

July 13, 6-8pmColor Fuse exhibit with artists Kate E. Black and Suzanne Edminster features richly-colored abstract paintings and fused glass. See Suzanne Edminster at saltworkstudio.com and Kate Black at blackfusionglass.com. Infuse your vision with color at Color Fuse.  www.sofasantarosa.com/backstreet-gallery

Backstreet Gallery, 461 Sebastopol Avenue (Enter from Art Alley)


2013 NORBAY AWARDSJuly 13, 8pm

The Bohemian’s annual NorBay music awards night. 24-Hour Band Performances! Winners announced! Gold Records awarded! Art show presented by Heaven Sent Losers! Beer and wine! Funk and soul 45s! Live art by Julia Davis and Jared Powell! Get your photo taken! A grey cat impersonating Mel Torme! It’s all happening at the 2013 NorBays! $5, All ages. www.bohemian.com

Arlene Francis Center, 99 Sixth Street


LIVE AT JUILLIARD: THE BLUES BURNERS

July 14, 5-7pmEnjoy the Blues Burners’ spicy mix of rock, funk, electric blues, and old-school R&B at this Sunday’s Live at Juilliard concert in Juilliard Park. You’ll be up and dancing with a set list that is soulful, funky and fun with plenty of popular covers and a sprinkling of good original tunes. Pack a picnic or purchase food from one of our tasty vendors. Enjoy your summer Sunday evenings from July 7 – August 11 with music, food and fun at Live at Juilliard. All concerts are free. For more info and a complete lineup visit www.srcity.org/liveatjuilliard

Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue

Keep Your Pets Safe on the 4th

 

 

 

 

July 5th, Friday 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Summerfest in Railroad Square. Food from top chefs and restaurants. Wine & beer tasting. Music and unique vendors.  Location: Historic Railroad Square on Fourth Street between Davis and Wilson.  Facebook  First Fridays during the summer. www.summerfestrailroadsquare.com

 

July 6th, Saturday-  at 10 a.m. First SATURDAY Cleanup . Join neighbors and youth in the care of Prince Memorial Greenway the first Saturday of every month. Clean-up supplies provided. Organized by Stan Gow & Chop’s Teen Club. For more info go to http://firstsaturdaycleanup.org

 

July 7th, Sunday- The West End Farmers Market. Fresh veggies, fruit, baked delights, delicious prepared foods, beverages and specialty items will be available at the market. Lots of room to stretch out at the park. Ride your bike- free bike parking provided by So. Co. Bicycle Coaltion.  A sampling of WEFM vendors: Arlene Francis Center (Coffee, tea, natural drinks), Farm Sinclair (Veggies, apples, eggs), Guerilla Foods (Breakfast & Lunch made from scratch from farmer’s fresh food), Talented Lady (Fused glass), From Ghana with Love (Shea butter, African black soap), Criminal Bakery ( scones, cookies, mini-pies), Wise Acre Farm (Pasture Raised Organic eggs), Bloomfield Farms (Heirloom tomatoes, veggies, strawberries), Liberty 5 Baking Co (Gluten free bread). Facebook

 

July 7, 5-7pm – Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue – LIVE AT JUILLIARD: PURPLE HAZE

Jimi Hendrix tribute band Purple Haze kicks off the 20th annual Live at Juilliard concert series in Juilliard Park. This band features Ralph Woodson, a Hendrix authority whose showmanship and command of Hendrix material is second to none. Pack a picnic or purchase food from one of our tasty vendors. Enjoy your summer Sunday evenings from July 7 – August 11 with music, food and fun at Live at Juilliard. All concerts are free. For more info and a complete lineup visit www.srcity.org/liveatjuilliard

 

 

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