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Amgen Tour 2008 Joint St. Rose/West End/Art Start project - Sept 2011

 Art District

Friday, September 2, 5-7pm – ART TRAILS PREVIEW SHOW

As our local artists prepare for this October’s Open Studios program, the Art Trails Gallery at Corrick’s starts getting in the swing of things with our ART TRAILS PREVIEW SHOW. Our usual Gallery display will be augmented with single pieces from numerous additional Art Trails artists. And on the opening night, many of these artists will join us to celebrate the beginning of the Art Trails season! The exhibit will be on display through October 31. MAIN STAGE WEST will be pouring wine for $5/glass, and sharing about their programs. All wine proceeds will go to support this wonderful non-profit which produces and promotes fine performing arts in the North Bay.  Location: Corrick’s, 637 4th Street

 

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Saturday, September 3rd, 10 to Noon – Santa Rosa Creek Clean-up

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 & City of SR Storm Water Team . Location: Meet at 10 a.m. at Olive Park

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Wednesday, September 7,  7:00 PM  – Garbage Collection Contract

The City of Santa Rosa invites you to attend their community meetings to discuss the new contract for garbage collection and street sweeping. At these meetings, there will be an opportunity to meet City Staff and consultants, as well as provide your input on these services. Refreshments and translations services will be provided. Please join us! For more information, please call: 707-543-3012.

Finley Community Center, 2060 W. College Avenue, Cypress Room, Santa Rosa

 

Santa Rosa Sign circa 1940

Wednesday, September 21, 6pm –  Documentary on Santa Rosa
Please join the Historical Society of Santa Rosa for a special showing of the recently finished documentary on Santa Rosa. Read more here. Seating is limited, so if you’re interested, sign up today by sending an email to: HistoricalSocietySantaRosa@aol.com
(No charge – donations gladly accepted.)

Location: Roxy Theater in downtown Santa Rosa.

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A 34-year-old man on probation was arrested by Santa Rosa police Friday in connection with the arson at St. Rose Catholic Church a few blocks from the man’s residence, police said Sunday.

Detectives investigating four small fires inside the newer wing of the church at 575 B Street on Thursday developed a lead Friday evening that led to a search of the man’s residence, Sgt. Marcus Sprague said in a press release.

For the rest of this story go to: http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/5970676-181/man-arrested-in-st-rose

Railraod square sale

RAILROAD SQUARE SIDE WALK SALE

August 13-14

Visit Railroad Square for an amazing shopping experience at the annual Sidewalk Sale. Make it a day. Bring your friends and family to enjoy fun shopping, special sales, live music and great food from our Railroad Square restaurants, coffee houses and ice cream parlors. Don’t miss the Farmers Market Sunday in Depot Park. For more information click HERE.

 

Shakespeare at the Cannery

Shakespeare at the Cannery

SHAKESPEARE IN THE CANNERY: THE PLOT AGAINST SHAKESPEARE

August 13-27

The second half of the summer season opens on August 12 with the World Premiere of The Plot Against Shakespeare, a new play by Sonoma County playwright, David Beckman. Tickets are available online at Brown Paper Tickets. Gates open at 5pm and show time is 7pm.

Shakespeare in the Cannery, 3 W. 3rd Street *Please note: entrance is via the Sixth Street Playhouse parking lot at 52 W. 6th St (no parking in lot, street parking only except for ADA).

 Nude Museum exhibit
EXPOSURE: THE FEMALE NUDE IN PHOTOGRAPHY

Opening Reception: August 13, 6-8pm

Join us for an evening of photography and music at our opening reception for Exposure: The Female Nude in Photography. Sonoma Strings, light refreshments, and cash bar. Click here to purchase tickets and for more info. On display through September 25.

Art Museum of Sonoma County, 505 B Street

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LIVE AT JUILLIARD: THE NORBAY AWARDS

August 14, 5-7pm

Live at Juilliard concludes its season with the annual NorBay Music Awards concert and ceremony, hosted by the Bohemian and Pacific Sun weekly papers. A tradition since 2005, the NorBays honors bands from Sonoma, Marin and Napa county, as voted in by Bohemian and Pacific Sun readers. This year is no exception, with winners in Blues/R&B, Country/Americana, DJ, Folk/Acoustic, Hip-Hop/Electronic, Indie/Punk, Jazz, Rock, Reggae and music promotion all to be announced live on stage. In addition to the awards ceremony, the concert will feature two of the winning bands performing for the crowd, starting at 5 pm. Admission is free so bring the family and enjoy food from local vendors, beer, wine.

Click HERE for more info.

Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue

Arson fire at St. Rose Church

Arson Fire – St. Rose Church!

Several small fires appear to have been intentionally set in the St. Rose Catholic Church in downtown Santa Rosa Thursday afternoon, authorities said. Passersby noticed smoke coming from the newer wing of the historic church at 575 B Street about 3:35 p.m. and called for help. The smoke was coming from the modern wing connected to the 116-year-old original stone façade building facing B Street, which has been closed since 1992 and awaits renovation.

Firefighters arrived and quickly extinguished three to four small fires inside the church, Santa Rosa Fire Battalion Chief Ken Sebastiani said. At least one of fires appears to have been set in some pots containing plastic flowers around the altar, which created significant smoke. Another burned around some books, he said. Officials said the carpet was also damaged.

Investigators are working with police to find the culprit, he said. There were no leads on suspects.“It could have been anybody. They don’t know who did it. They are looking for witnesses,” Sebastiani said. He estimated the damage at about $5,000.

Anyone with any information about the fires is encouraged to call the Santa Rosa Police Department at 543-3575.

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IMPORTANT UPDATE!

Courthouse Square will be closed to through traffic on Friday:

This Friday, August 5Mendocino Avenue will be permanently closed to through traffic. The intersections of Santa Rosa Avenue / Third Street and Mendocino Avenue / Fourth Street will become T-intersections.

TRAFFIC WILL BE RE-ROUTED TO: HEALDSBURG AVE,  B ST, AND TENTH STREET in our neighborhood!

CHSQ Traffic re-route

THROUGH TRAFFIC CIRCULATION: If you are just driving through Downtown, the map below shows the recommended north-south routes. Detour signs will be posted to help guide motorists through the new circulation pattern.

Staying informed about the progress of this project is easy, just visit us online at srcity.org/CHS where you can watch what is happening in the Square live, find construction activity updates and find interesting details about this project.

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IMPORTANT UPDATE!

Courthouse Square will be closed to through traffic starting Friday:

This Friday, August 5Mendocino Avenue will be permanently closed to through traffic. The intersections of Santa Rosa Avenue / Third Street and Mendocino Avenue / Fourth Street will become T-intersections.

TRAFFIC WILL BE RE-ROUTED TO: HEALDSBURG AVENUE,          B STREET, AND TENTH STREET in our neighborhood!

CHSQ Traffic re-route

THROUGH TRAFFIC CIRCULATION: If you are just driving through Downtown, the map below shows the recommended north-south routes. Detour signs will be posted to help guide motorists through the new circulation pattern.

Staying informed about the progress of this project is easy, just visit us online at srcity.org/CHS where you can watch what is happening in the Square live, find construction activity updates and find interesting details about this project.

Parking Ticket

Thurs., July 28, 6:00 – 7:30PM – Community Meeting to Discuss Downtown Parking

The City has hired Nelson/Nygaard, a consulting firm that specializes in transportation and parking planning, to analyze current parking conditions, assess future demands and develop both an implementation plan for progressive parking strategies throughout downtown and a Railroad Square Parking Management Plan.

A public meeting will be held on Thursday, July 28 from 6:00 – 7:30PM at the De Turk Round Barn, 819 Donahue St. Nelson/Nygaard in conjunction with City Staff will present information regarding the two elements of the study and seek input from the public on the various strategies that will be discussed.

 

B Street by BREW

Fri., Aug 5th – Santa Rosa Avenue through Courthouse Square to Close!

No notice to residents from the city and nothing posted on the city’s website, but it appears (based on a few signs on Mendocino Avenue) the city will be closing Courthouse Square to through traffic starting August 5. That means southbound traffic crossing College Avenue will be directed to alternate routes, one them through our neighborhood on Healdsburg and B Streets. BE PREPARED for a LOT more traffic in this area. Pedestrians and cyclists should be extra cautious. Please stay safe.

Brew Gang

Vote for our neighborhood cafe, Brew!

Brew is a finalist in the Press Democrat’s Best of Sonoma County contest!  Category: Best Neighborhood Cafe. Use the link below to vote

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/multimedia/5748853-181/best-of-sonoma-county-food

 

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Sunday Concert at Julliard Park – 5pm (free!)

The July 10th concert at Julliard Park features Derek Irving and his Combo. A native of Sonoma County, Derek brings back old fashioned Rock ‘n’ Roll with some blues mixed in. He got his start at 20 playing in local bars and has since formed numerous band and recorded several records. His high energy performances mixed with mastery of his guitar makes for a wonderful concert.

If you want to hear some good old fashioned Rock ‘n’ Roll come out to Julliard Park July 10th starting at 5 pm. Admission is free. It will be fun for the whole family with good music and food from local vendors.

If you want to learn more about the band visit their website at https://derekirving.wordpress.com/

 

 

429 Lincoln Street - July 2016

Open House on Lincoln Street: Sunday, 1-4pm 

Know anyone who wants to live on our wonderful neighborhood?

http://www.trulia.com/property/3238630024-429-Lincoln-St-Santa-Rosa-CA-95401

 

Tonight, 6:30pm –  St. Rose Neighborhood Meeting with Catholic Charities

Homeless Service Center

Description: As a condition of their city permit for the Homeless Service Center (HSC) at 600 Morgan Street, Catholic Charities meets with our neighborhood 4x/year. These meetings provide neighbors with an opportunity to discuss any issues they may be experiencing as a result of the 600 Morgan Street Service Center and to hear updates on the HSC and other programs for the homeless handled by Catholic Charities. Representatives from the Santa Rosa City Council and the Police Department are usually in attendance. All interested parties are welcome.

Special Guest: Peggy Wyman,the new Executive Director of St. Vincent de Paul

Location: 465 A Street – Family Service Center
Start Time: 06:30 pm
Date: June 30th
End Time: 08:00 pm

 

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Thursday, 6/30, 6:30pm St. Rose Neighborhood Meeting with Catholic Charities

Homeless Service Center

Description: As a condition of their city permit for the Homeless Service Center (HSC) at 600 Morgan Street, Catholic Charities meets with our neighborhood 4x/year. These meetings provide neighbors with an opportunity to discuss any issues they may be experiencing as a result of the 600 Morgan Street Service Center and to hear updates on the HSC and other programs for the homeless handled by Catholic Charities. Representatives from the Santa Rosa City Council and the Police Department are usually in attendance. All interested parties are welcome.

Special Guest: Peggy Wyman,the new Executive Director of St. Vincent de Paul

Location: 465 A Street – Family Service Center
Start Time: 06:30 pm
Date: June 30th
End Time: 08:00 pm

 

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Art District

THE ART OF MUSIC

Reception: June 3, 3pm

This show includes current interpretations, as well as artistic representations of musicians both naturalistic and symbolic. In connection with The Art of Music, Chroma Gallery presents a series of live music events at the gallery and backyard concert area from 4-6pm: June 18 KRCB Backyard Concert featuring Wendy DeWitt & Kirk Harwood; July 2 Lindalou and Michael Ryge and friends; July 8 The Richard Heinberg Trio; July 16 KRCB Backyard Concert featuring the Bootleg Honeys. Exhibit on display through July 24.

Chroma Gallery, 312 South A Street

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FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK

June 3, 5-8pm

Downtown Santa Rosa art galleries and studios are open for the monthly First Friday event. Participating galleries include (Open 5-7pm): The Art Trails Gallery at Corricks, Ancient Oak Cellars, and Annex Gallery. (Open 5-8pm): Chroma Gallery, Christie Marks Gallery, SOFA Studios and Backstreet Studios. Free musical entertainment in the garden behind Chroma Gallery.

Various Downtown Galleries

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WARREN ARNOLD & MARSHA CONNELL

Reception: June 3, 5-7pm

The Gallery at Corrick’s is proud to feature sculptor Warren Arnold and painter Marsha Connell throughout both June and July. Marsha will be showing new paintings of hers, with expressive garden scenes, both wild and domestic. We are excited to introduce Warren to the Gallery for the first time; he will be showing a wide variety of his fine sculpting!

Art Trails Gallery at Corrick’s, 637 4th Street

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Guitar exhibit - Museum

MEDIEVAL TO METAL: THE ART & EVOLUTION OF THE GUITAR

Currently On Display

This traveling exhibition is organized by the National Guitar Museum. On display are approximately 40 instruments ranging from the rare and antique to the wildly popular and innovative. This exhibition explores all facets of the world’s most popular instrument, from its history as an instrument of popular culture over the past four hundred years to modern efforts to reinvent the guitar with different materials, shapes, and approaches to design. Exhibit on display through September 4.

History Museum of Sonoma County, 425 7th Street

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Santa Rosa Junior College History Walk, June 21, 5:30-7:30pm

Coming June 21, an evening walk of the SRJC campus and guided discussion of historic buildings. The evening promises to be an informative, enjoyable occasion of nostalgia and historical information for SRJC alumni and friends of this soon-to-be 100 year-old jewel of education. Orientation and refreshments 5:30 in Room 4608  of the Bertolini Student Center; tour 6-7; reception 7-7:30. Event is free, but registration is required. To register email:  historicalsocietysantarosa@aol.com or telephone Nick Tipon at 707-321-4792. Free admission, donations accepted.

 

 

 

 

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600 Morgan Street. Built in 1920. Style: Bungalow. Historic name: Toscani House. Currently, used as Homeless Service Center.