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Monthly Archives: September 2014

St. Rose Church interior 1944

Sunday, 9/21, St. Rose Stone Church – Rare Open House!

Built in 1900, the original St. Rose stone church has been closed to the congregation and public since the 1989 earthquake. The church has recently committed to a fundraising campaign to cover the cost of earthquake retrofitting. As part of that campaign, they will have the church open to the public this Sunday during their annual parish festival (8am – 5:30pm).

The 1903 organ will be played between 2pm-3pm. This is a free event. All are welcome.

Address: 549 B Street

 

National Drive Electric Week Event – Santa Rosa

Day: Saturday, September 20, 2014
Time: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Location: Coddingtown Shopping Center
733 Coddingtown Mall
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

https://driveelectricweek.org/event.php?eventid=200

 

Creek Week September 20th-29th

Creek Week is a week-long celebration of our local creeks. It’s a week of fun and adventure, clean ups & educational activities for everyone at your local creeks and nature areas. Children should be accompanied by an adult for all events.

Family Fun Day- September 27th 10:00 AM-2:00PM is a day with free family-friendly adventures such as Turtle Talk & the Downtown Underground tour. Learn about how to protect our creek water, how to care for feral cats and what to do with injured wildlife and more. Location Prince Memorial Greenway (Santa Rosa Creek) between Gateway Park at Santa Rosa/Sonoma Avenues to Olive Park at Olive/Hazel/Orange Streets.

More info at Creek Week  http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/utilities/stormwatercreeks/steward/Pages/CREEKWEEK.aspx

Watch Out for this Man!

Indecent exposure occurred on the evening of 9/17/14, at the corner of 10th and B Streets in the St. Rose Neighborhood. In the words of the couple who saw this incident: “Encountered a sick man while walking our dog. He had parked his car in front of the apartments down the street on 10th Street. We were talking to the little kids who always want to pet the dog. He walks up and goes towards the apartment parking lot. He proceeded to expose himself and peed. We chased him off. We took down his license #. He drives a late model white Toyota Camry. #7CCUO84. He is around 70 and disheveled looking. White hair and unshaven.”

 

 

deturk round barn

Sunday, Sept. 14th, 9:30am – 2pm– West End Farmers Market

The historic Round Barn will be open for viewing this Sunday. If you haven’t seen the beautiful restoration that was done to this historic barn, this is your chance. Available for weddings and other events.
DeTurk Round Barn: http://srcity.org/departments/recreationandparks/parks/communitycenters/Pages/DeTurkRoundBarn.aspx
West End Farmers Market

 

Candidates Forum

Mon., Sept. 15th, 6:00-7:30 pm – SR CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES FORUM

Location:
Santa Rosa City Council Chambers
100 Santa Rosa Avenue
There are 9 candidates running for 3 open seats on the Santa Rosa City Council. Come hear what they have to offer our city.

Program will be broadcast live on: Comcast cable Ch. 26 in Santa Rosa and AT&T U-verse.

 

 

Water Smart

Alert! Mandatory Water-Use Restrictions Apply

Santa Rosa City Council adopted Stage 1 – 20% Mandatory of the City’s Water Shortage Plan on August 5, 2014 to comply with the State’s drought emergency regulations. Stage 1 – 20% Mandatory requires a 20% community-wide reduction in water-use and includes restrictions and prohibitions on water-use, which include:
• Requiring outdoor irrigation to occur only between 8pm and 6am.
• Prohibiting washing down of hardscapes (unless required for public health and safety).
• Prohibiting the use of potable water for street washing.
• Requiring the use of hose-end shut-off nozzles on all garden and utility hoses.
If violations occur customers will be notified and required to address the issue at the customers’ expense. More info at Water Shortage Page. http://srcity.org/departments/utilities/conserve/Pages/watershortage.aspx

 

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