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

 

NEW FARMERS MARKET ! June 23rd, Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the West End Neighborhood .

Near Railroad Square and Downtown Santa Rosa on Donahue Street between West 9th Street and Boyce Street (next to historic DeTurk Park and Round Barn).
Fresh veggies, fruit, baked delights, delicious prepared foods, beverages and specialty items will be available at the market. Many of the vendors reside or are located in the West End or downtown. A sampling of WEFM vendors: Arlene Francis Center (Coffee, tea, natural drinks), Chop’s Teen Club (Pretzels), Farm Sinclair (Veggies, apples, eggs), Guerilla Foods (Breakfast & Lunch made from scratch from farmer’s fresh food), Talented Lady (Fused glass), From Ghana with Love (Shea butter, African black soap), Criminal Bakery ( scones, cookies, mini-pies), Wise Acre Farm (Pasture Raised Organic eggs), Bloomfield Farms (Heirloom tomatoes, veggies, strawberries), Liberty 5 Baking Company (Gluten free bread).  FaceBook

 

 

THIRD THURSDAYS AT THE SONOMA COUNTY MUSEUM

Starting with June 20, 5-7:30pm

The Sonoma County Museum is expanding its hours on the third Thursday of every month starting in June through the fall. This Thursday features the exhibition Margins to Mainstream: Contemporary Artists with Disabilities, along with live music by Kirby Wilkerson, classical guitarist, and wine tasting by Tedeschi Family Winery. Every week, visitors will get a chance to play Histories Mysteries by deciphering the real stories and use of various artifacts – brought out from the Museum’s collection just for the occasion -by choosing between real and false descriptions. www.sonomacountymuseum.org

Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th Street

 


OPENING RECEPTION FOR HODGE PODGE

Starting on June 22, 5-7pm

An exhibit of mixed media art by Becoming Independent and Barracks Studio artists. Additional performance by Becoming Independent Artists. Exhibit on display June 22-August 10, hours Thursday-Saturday, 12-5pm.

The Gallery of Sea and Heaven, 312 S. A Street

 

 

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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.