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

 

 

CROSS CURRENTS

Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th Street

 

In the last 150 years, art influences have flowed back and forth, like crosscurrents across the Pacific. The ebb & flow of ideas lapping upon both shores have influenced artists and their work for several generations. The artists in this exhibit have discovered a unique vision in the fusion of two distinct traditions. Free Event. Presented in collaboration with Sonoma County Matsuri. www.sonomacountymuseum.org

 


 

 

June 6th– 9th, Thursday- Sunday- Peggy Sue’s All American Cruise. Peggy Sue’s All-American Cruise is a car show for all car enthusiasts with American made models dating from the early 1900′s to 1976. Sonoma County’s largest car show,  including the Horseless Carriage, the restored Vintage and Antique cars and trucks, street stock and street modified. Hotrods, Roadsters and Customs that not only take you back in time but shows the workmanship and dedication it takes to recreate any one of these classic cars or trucks. See website for times and info. peggysuescruise.com

 

June 7, 5-8pm – SUMMERFEST AT RAILROAD SQUARE– 4th Street between Davis and Wilson. Summer street party in Railroad Square with wine tasting, artisan beer, live music by The Zins, arts and crafts, and more! First Fridays during the summer. www.summerfestrailroadsquare.com

 

Sat., June 8, 8 am – Burbank Gardens Neighborhood Plant and Yard Sale Come to the neighborhood to shop. More than 40 neighbors participated last year making it one of the largest yard sales in the State. https://www.facebook.com/neighborhoodalliancesantarosa/posts/378768178890770

 

SANTA ROSA CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL YARN BOMB DAY

June 9, 8:30am-1pm

Experience this unique community art installation, Northern California’s biggest yarn bomb project!

Courthouse Square, Downtown Santa Rosa

 

 

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Style: Romanesque-Gothic. Architects: Shea & Shea of San Francisco. Built by Italian stone masons in 1900. Peter Maroni was the lead stone mason. He also did stone work on the Western Hotel in Railroad Square and the Kenwood Depot. This structure replaced the first church built in 1860 at Fifth and B Streets on a lot donated by Julio Carrillo. Services moved to a newer church building in the 1960's.