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Homeless Service Center

Homeless Service Center

CATHOLIC CHARITIES
NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING

Meeting Details
Location: 465 A. Street (Family Service Center)
Date: Thursday, Jan 22nd
Time: 7:00pm-8:00pm

Purpose of Meeting:
To provide updates on the Homeless Services Center at 600 Morgan Streetas well as addressing any neighborhood concerns.

Other Agenda Items:
• Martin Luther King Clean-up Day
• HOST – new program to address homelessness
• Coordinated Intake

Meeting Location

Meeting Location

 

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WINTER HOOT FEST
January 16 & 17, 6pm-midnight
Come to this huge showcase of local talent – this is the kinds of community show that the North Bay Hootenanny has become known for! Two evenings of music at the Arlene Francis Center. Two simultaneous stages, food, and drinks! See your favorites, find your new #1 band, and help support the Arlene Francis Center and the NEW North Bay Hootenanny non-profit! Click HERE for tickets and more information.
Arlene Francis Center, 99 Sixth Street

 

CLYBOURNE PARK
Show Runs Through January 25
This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play explodes in two outrageous acts set fifty years apart. Act One takes place in 1959, as nervous community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family. Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification. Click HERE for tickets and more information.
6th Street Playhouse, 52 West Sixth Street

 

 HOLE IN THE HEAD EXHIBITION
On Display Through February 9
The exhibition Hole in the Head: The Battle for Bodega Bay and the Birth of the Environmental Movement presents the dramatic story that involved a remarkable array of people. Not only would the battle initiate the anti-nuclear movement nationally and help usher in the age of modern environmentalism; it would transform the nature of civic engagement. A remnant of the proposed power plant remains today—a large hole dug into Bodega Head that is now filled with water. However, the battle has left a much greater legacy.
Sonoma County Museum, 425 Seventh Street  Click here for website.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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 2015 looks to be a good year for our ‘hood. Lots of new home-owners moving into former rentals. Donut Hut has been re-imagined as Brew (see more below), the museum plans to open up their new exhibit area in the former Conklin Bros. flooring store, and the St. Rose Church will begin retrofitting the original 1901 stone church so it will be available to the community once again since it was shuttered in the late 1980’s. Remember, besides our neighborhood website, you can always connect with St. Rose Neighborhood residents through Nextdoor.com.

Brew now Open

Brew (the former Donut Hut) is now open! Brew is a craft café offering specialty coffee and eventually local craft beer. They focus on local, sustainable, and highest quality goods coupled with experience in a warm and friendly environment. They support only local coffee roasters, bakers, and brewers. The St. Rose neighborhood now has a  gathering place for locals and by locals. For more information visit them at: http://www.brewcoffeeandbeer.com or on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/brewcoffeeandbeer

 

CALL FOR ARTISTS! – NATIONAL ARTS PROGRAM EXHIBITION & COMPETITION

Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks in conjunction with the National Arts Program is proud to present our annual National Arts Program Exhibition and Competition, providing local artists of all ages with a forum to showcase their artistic accomplishments. This Call for Artists is open to all City of Santa Rosa residents. Registration forms are available at the Finley and Steele Lane Community Centers or online. Register soon at no cost, for a chance to win cash prizes and scholarships. Participation will be limited to the first 200 entries. The exhibition will take place from February 2 – March 27, 2015 at the Finley Community Center, with an Awards Ceremony and Reception on Sunday, March 1, from 3-5pm.

There is no fee to enter, and we encourage artists of all ages, backgrounds and levels of experience to participate. Cash awards and continuing education scholarships totaling over $5,000 will be awarded by age and classifications. Everyone receives a Certificate of Participation.

Register now to be included in the 12th Annual National Arts Program Exhibition! Deadline is January 9, 2015.

To learn more contact:
Jessica Y. Rasmussen | Arts Specialist
Recreation & Parks |415 Steele Lane | Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Tel. (707) 543-4674 | Fax (707) 543-3288 | jrasmussen@srcity.org

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San Francisco Giants World Championship Trophy Tour Coming to Finley Community Center – Saturday, January 10!

Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks is beyond thrilled to announce that the San Francisco World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America will travel to Finley Community Center on January 10th! All three of the San Francisco Giants’ World Championship Trophies (2010, 2012 and 2014) will be on display for the public to view from 1 – 3pm with photo opportunities.
Fans who attend the Trophy Tour event at Finley will have the chance to both have their photo taken with the trophies and support the local Santa Rosa Junior Giants League. A $2 donation is recommended to support Junior Giants in our Community. For full event details and more information about Junior Giants and Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks Neighborhood Services, visit: http://srcity.org/departments/recreationandparks/Pages/GiantTrophyTour2015.aspx

Remember, besides our neighborhood website, you can always connect with St. Rose Neighborhood residents through Nextdoor.com.

 

 

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708 Morgan Street. Built between 1895-1903. Style:  Queen Anne . 1908 barn in alley belongs to house. Original lot was part of the Bayler and Menihan addition to Santa Rosa laid out in 1888. F. Davis was the original owner of the lot.