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

4th of July Kitchen

Cooking Classes in the ‘Hood

Chef Bea Beasley offers fun and informative recreational cooking classes in her professional kitchen and culinary studio located in the historic St. Rose district.

Conducted in a relaxed learning environment, the summer sessions highlight cooking techniques for world cuisines including India, Spain, Morocco and more with a focus on seasonality and local ingredients. All classes are hands-on and tailored for anyone who wants to learn or hone culinary techniques—from the novice to the more experienced.

EACH CLASS INCLUDES:
• A take-home printed recipe booklet
• Certified organic and GMO-free ingredients wherever possible
• Appetizers upon arrival
• Step-by-step instruction for 6 to 20 participants depending on the season and class format
• Professional cooking tips and techniques that can be easily used in a home kitchen
• Tastes of all foods prepared in class and complimentary beverages
• An opportunity to meet or reconnect with like-minded friendly folks

For a complete schedule with class format, pricing, menus and registration information, please e-mail beabea@sonic.net or call 595-5301.

 

Live at Juilliard Summer Series starts Sunday, July 6!

The City of Santa Rosa’s annual summer concert series Live at Juilliard is back for its 21st season of live music at Juilliard Park. Sponsored by the Recreation & Parks Department, this free concert series brings some of the Bay Area’s finest bands to Santa Rosa.

The series kicks off on Sunday, July 6, 5-7pm with the Linda Ferro Band (Rock & Blues).

Concert-goers can bring a picnic or purchase food from a selection of food and sweets vendors. Beer and wine will be available for sale, with proceeds benefiting the non-profit ArtStart..
Juilliard Park is located at 227 Santa Rosa Avenue. For more information, visit www.srcity.org/liveatjuilliard.

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549 B Street. Vintage photo (from postcard) of St. Rose Church. Built:1900 in the Romanesque style. Built by Italian stone masons using basalt stones mined locally.