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

Sonoma County Museum presents: BRIEF LIVES OF THE NORTH BAY:

The Man Who Was Torn By the Bear and Body Found in the Laguna

March 27, 7pm

Two men, one in 1833 and one in 1878, worked in the region north of San Pablo Bay that we know as Sonoma County. Both died violently and unexpectedly and both were buried in unmarked graves. Dr. Daniel Markwyn, Professor Emeritus in history at Sonoma State University, will weave the scanty particulars of these two men’s lives into the larger history of nineteenth century Sonoma County. Click here to register. http://www.sonomacountymuseum.org/eventdetails.aspx?EventId=17880

University of San Francisco’s Santa Rosa Campus, 416 B Street



Shakuhachi Concert

March 29, 7pm

In a rare California appearance, internationally acclaimed shakuhachi master and scholar David Kansuke Wheeler dramatizes the secular and spiritual musical universes of the Shakuhachi- introducing and performing ancient, classical and modern pieces. With special guest Elliot Kallen. $20 general, $15 students. Seating is limited, so please call to reserve your seat (707) 575-8626.

Location: Seishin Studio, Art Alley in SOFA District





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