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Amgen Tour 2008 Traffic diverter planters maintained by St. Rose volunteers.

CREEK DATA

Wondering how Santa Rosa Creek is doing with all this rain? Visit this website:

http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv/?site_no=11466200

 

DOWNTOWN POST OFFICE

Special Delivery– The downtown Santa Rosa post office, 730 2nd St.,  will now stay open later on  weekdays 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

 

MUSEUM EXHIBIT: CAMELLIA HAS FALLEN Contemporary Artists Reflect on the Jeju Uprising. Beginning: February 7

Camellia Has Fallen is the first US exhibition to focus on the important artwork created in response to the 1948 Jeju April 3 Uprising. Visit www.sonomacountymuseum.org for a schedule of special events related to this exhibit.  Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th Street.

 

JEJU SPECIAL WEEKEND EVENT: Speakers & Films – Sunday, February  9, 10am-4pm

In conjunction with the exhibition Camellia Has Fallen, the Museum will present candid discussions of the art and history of the Jeju 4.3 Incident. Includes guest speakers and films from Jeju, Korea.   Location: University of San Francisco Santa Rosa Campus, 416 B Street , downtown Santa Rosa.

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Our Homes
St. Rose School. Built in 1931. Style: Spanish Colonial Revival. Original owner of the land were ranchers James and Lois Hall. The structure was condemned in 1983 when the city determined it was not earthquake safe. Renovations to make the building earthquake safe started in 1993 and included replacing the church tower with one identical in appearance, but made from plastic foam. The building re-opened in 1994 and the first floor is used for church functions while the second and third floors are leased out.