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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Free Bike Repair Day

West End Farmers Market – Every Sunday 9:30- 2 p.m.

This Sunday!Free Bike Repair & Tune ups Day for kids’ bikes (9:30am-1 pm).

Be sure bring Dad to the Market on Father’s Day. Let him pick out what he wants for his special day. It could be lunch and listening to music, coffee and baked goods, perhaps BBQ spices, steak, veggies and a plan for a grilled dinner. He might even hanker for limited release Lagunitas to take home. Whatever you get him… it will be the perfect fit. Also  Location: Donahue St. between W. 9th and W. 8th Streets

 

Best of Sonoma County Large Logo

TIME TO VOTE! The Press Democrat’s Best of Sonoma County finalists have been selected and the final voting is now taking place.

Be sure to vote for our local businesses:

BREWBest Neighborhood Cafe

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/multimedia/4057403-181/food-and-drink-2015-finalists

WEST END FARMERS MARKET – Best Farmers Market

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/multimedia/4057387-181/so-sonoma-county-2015-finalists

WHISTLESTOP ANTIQUES – Best Antique Store

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/multimedia/4057387-181/so-sonoma-county-2015-finalists

 

Halford and Healers
JUNE 20, 4pm-6pm – JEFFREY HALFORD AND THE HEALERS

Enjoy exciting musical entertainment and help support KRCB Public Radio. This summer series takes place on the third Saturday of each month, May thru September, in the garden yard at Chroma Gallery, next to Art Alley in Santa Rosa. Enjoy fine wine from Rodney Strong Vineyards, and beer from Lagunitas Brewery. Mingle 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. Gates open at 3pm. A portion of the proceeds benefit KRCB Radio 91FM.
Chroma Gallery 312, South A Street

Permit Parking Sign

Permit Parking Update: Morgan Street and A Street

There is currently a push to obtain permit parking along Morgan Street and A Street. This is one possible solution to the amount of car camping going on in the area. It also, may be a wise move with the SMART train starting service in the next year which may create a greater volume of non-residents parking in the neighborhood. In order for permit parking to be established on these streets, 60% of the residents on each street must sign a petition stating their support. Several neighbors will be circulating these petitions shortly.

Permit Parking Details:

Parking permits are $20 each/year. Each single-family dwelling can purchase up to three permits. Each apartment, condo, townhouse, or granny unit can purchase 1 permit/unit. Permits can be shared with friends and family. Once permit parking is established on a street, the city’s Parking Department will cite any drivers parking for over 2 hours between 8am and 6pm, Monday-Saturday. For more information visit:

http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/departments/Parking/Pages/ResidentialParking.aspx

 

 

 

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Sat., June 13, 5:30pm – Peggy Sue Cruise downtown!

The hot rod era lives again this weekend. Vintage cars will roll through downtown Santa Rosa during Peggy Sue’s All-American Cruise, running from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Should be perfect weather for this fun event!

 

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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: citycouncil@srcity.org
and
Sean McGlynn, City Manager: CMOffice@srcity.org

 

Permit Parking Sign

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.

 

 

Peggy Sue Cruise Got Married

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

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