Tues., June 9, about 1:30 –REVIEW OF CURRENTLY PROVIDED HOMELESS SERVICES AND RESPONSES
This is a follow up to the first Study Session, held May 19, 2015, where the City Council reviewed the variety of City and Community’s homeless services and related responses. (To view video of this study session go to: http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/government/council/Pages/councilmeetingarchive.aspx) This second study session will consider options should Council provide policy direction to maintain, adapt or expand its efforts on homelessness.
Location: City Hall – Council Chambers, 100 Santa Rosa Ave.
If you can’t make the meeting, you can email comments to:
City Council: email@example.com
Sean McGlynn, City Manager: CMOffice@srcity.org
Wed., June 10th 6-7pm: Meeting on Permit Parking for Morgan Street
This is a follow-up meeting to our last neighborhood meeting with Catholic Charities with regards to parking and speed bumps on Morgan Street. Scheduled is a presentation and discussion on options in regards to getting time-limited or permitted parking on Morgan Street . Representatives from the City and SRPD will be available.
Location: Catholic Charities Family Service Center (465 A Street).
Note: that this is in addition to our regular neighborhood meetings with Catholic Charities, and will be focused on discussion of parking options and providing info on traffic calming guidelines for Morgan Street.
Fri., June 12th, at 7 p.m. – Peggy Sue Got Married: See it again on the Big Screen!
Lots of local landmarks including DeTurk Round Barn, SR High School and Lena’s restaurant. Cruising for Peggy Sue: a benefit Rich Williams. All Seats $10. Location: Roxy Theater. http://www.sregmovies.com/loc_roxy14
Sat., May 16, 10am-Noon. 121st Luther Burbank Rose Parade
Festival to follow till 4pm. Location: Downtown Santa Rosa. For more info visit:
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Request for Proposals: Downtown Connect
The Public Art Program is seeking artists for a new public art opportunity in Downtown Santa Rosa. To find out more, click HERE. Deadline to apply is June 11.
TERESA TUDURY & FRIENDS LIVE
May 16, 4-6pm
Enjoy wonderful musical entertainment and help support our local public radio and TV stations as we celebrate the release of Teresa Tudury’s new album, “West of Paradise” with a LIVE performance in the garden yard at Chroma Gallery. Mingle and meet KRCB staff, musicians, and enjoy the fine art at Chroma Gallery and the other art studios and galleries in the SOFA Arts District. Suggested donation $10 general, $5 kids and seniors. A portion of the proceeds benefit KRCB FM Radio 91.
Chroma Gallery Garden, 312 South A Street
TEA | (A PERFORMANCE/A DISCUSSION)
Continues Through May 23
As Memorial Day approaches the Imaginists will host a three weekend run of Tea, an internationally recognized performance and discussion that opens space for diverse groups to engage with difficult subjects such as war, detention, dehumanization, and love. The stories within the performance traverse a variety of landscapes from the tea served in the Iraqi countryside, to a cage in Guantanamo Bay, to a family gathering here in Santa Rosa. Performance and a discussion will be lead by Iraq War veteran and artist Aaron Hughes. Performances are free/pay what you can.
For more information and to RSVP visit: http://theimaginists.org/tea/
The Imaginists, 461 Sebastopol Avenue
For the complete events calendar please visit: www.santarosaartsdistrict.com
Wed., May 13th, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.- Town Hall Meeting
Join Supervisor Shirlee Zane to hear about our county roads, saving water during the drought, and the SMART train. Location: The Glaser Center at: 547 Mendocino Ave.
Thurs., May 14th, – 21st annual Bike to Work Day
The event is part of National Bike Month. What Happens on Bike to Work Day? Energizer Stations are located along Bay Area county commute routes where bicyclists can stop for refreshments, giveaways, and bicycling information or simply to be ‘cheered on’ by fellow participants. Energizer Stations will be open during morning commute hours and some will even re-open during the evening commute. Stay tuned for updated information about Energizer Station locations, Bike to Work Week activities and Bike to Work Day “after parties.” More info at Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition
Street lights out? Pot holes? Abandoned Cars? Report issues online or get the MY Santa Rosa App for your phone at: http://www.ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/Pages/MySantaRosa.aspx