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Amgen Tour 2008 Rich Moshier, Public Works - Sixth Street Undercrossing Grand Opening - Oct. 2012
Winter Lights 2014

WINTER LIGHTS: THE DOWNTOWN SANTA ROSA TREE LIGHTING

November 28, 5-7:30pm

Winter Lights, the annual event that brings together community to celebrate the holidays and remember our loved ones. An all-ages event that is family-oriented, multi-cultural, and uniquely, distinctly Santa Rosa. Includes: Remembrance Candle Lighting & Tree Lighting Celebration, Taste of Downtown, Live Entertainment, Photos with Santa, Plus much more! Click here for more information.

Courthouse Square

JOLLY JULIANA- AN ORIGINAL MELODRAMA & HOLIDAY VAUDVILLE

November 28-30

A delightful, heart-warming, extravaganza commemorating the roots of American theatre; sing-a-long, hiss, boo and cheer for a villain, hero and heroine. A merry company of players will bring you a menagerie of entertainment sure to be a highlight of your holiday season. Click HERE for tickets. Through December 21.

6th Street Playhouse, 52 W. 6th Street

DRAFT PUBLIC ART MASTER PLAN NOW AVAILABLE!

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After nearly 3 years of development including securing an Our Town grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Santa Rosa Public Art Master Plan is nearing completion. The draft plan was presented to the Santa Rosa City Council at a Study Session on November 18, 2014. A final draft will be developed incorporating feedback and comments received from the Council members and other City boards and commissions who also received presentations. The final plan will be brought back to City Council for approval in the coming months. For more information about the development of the plan, please contact Arts Coordinator Tara Thompson at (707) 543-4512, or tthompson@srcity.org.

 

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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.