St. Roses Resident Wine-Maker Erik Miller Receives Forty Under 40 Award
The North Bay Business Journal has released the names of the winners of its eighth annual Forty Under 40 awards. The winners, selected from more than 120 nominations, were chosen on the basis of their leadership in companies and organizations as well as their participation within the communities across the North Bay. St. Rose neighborhood resident, Erik Miller of Kokomo Winery, is one of this year’s recipients. Well-deserved Erik!
Friday, April 4, 5-7pm -Artists featured at Corricks located at 637 Fourth Street
The ART Trails Gallery at Corrick’s is delighted to be featuring two more fantastic local artists throughout the month. We’ll be sharing with you the brilliant furniture of woodworker Michael Palace, and the lovely and vibrant work of painter Nicole Ours.
On April 4th, the first Friday of the month, we’ll be hosting our monthly “Meet the Artists” event, with Nicole and Michael here in the store, sharing about their inspirations and processes. As usual, Ancient Oak Cellars will be open for their First Friday Happy Hour, with great deals on full pours of their award-winning wines, and live music by local singer/songwriter Callie Watts.
Monday, April 7th – Public Works Project to Start
The City will begin the striping for bicycle lanes on Sixth St, A St, and Seventh St on April 7th if the weather holds. This is part of the on-going Northern Downtown Linkage project. The purpose of this endeavor is to improve vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle linkages between the present downtown core and the historic Railroad Square district that are split by Highway 101.
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
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
Sunday, 3/16, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.- West End Farmers Market GRAND OPENING– 2014 Season.
Eat Fresh, Eat Local. The Timothy O’Neil band will help us get in the groove. Lots of fun and market prizes. This year we have 40 market dates with incredible music on our North Bay Hootenanny stage. Location: On Donahue Street off 9th Street by the DeTurk Round Barn (within easy walking or biking distance of the St. Rose Neighborhood). Dog park by Round Barn so all well-behaved pooches can come too.
New Online Communication Tool for the St. Rose Neighborhood
Thirty -one of your neighbors have signed up for NextDoor.com – come join the conversation!
Thanks, to Roger Karraker, our neighborhood is now setup to use the online network called Nextdoor.com. On the Nextdoor site, neighbors can share information such as: community events, recommendations, free and for sale items, crime and safety concerns, and more. The Junior College neighborhood has been using this site successfully for a while. When you sign-up you will also be able to see posts from neighbors in that area and a few of the other surrounding neighborhoods. This is a closed group, but you can setup your profile so your full name and address isn’t shared if that is a concern.
To join: strose.nextdoor.com/join
City Budget Survey –Available till Monday, March 10.
Want to let the city know where they should allocate monies in their next budget? Here’s your chance to voice your support for Code Enforcement, Graffiti cleanup, turning Street Lights back on, etc.
March 10th- 16th- 5th Annual Sonoma County Restaurant Week– Dine Local! This week-long event celebrates fine dining opportunities in Sonoma County. Try out a new restaurant or return to a favorite. Enjoy a 2-course lunch menus at $10, $15 or $20 or enjoy 3 course dinner menus at $19, $29 or $39. www.sonomacountyrestaurantweek.org
March 13th, Thursday at 7:00pm-Ghosts of Jeju, Documentary and Discussion sponsored by the So. Co. Museum with filmmaker, Regis Tremblay The first English-language documentary about the struggle of the people of Jeju Island, S.Korea is set in the context of the American presence in Korea after World War II. Tickets: $7.50 members/$10 general Location: 416 B Street. For tickets and more info visit: www.sonomacountymuseum.org
March 16th, Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.- West End Farmers Market Grand Opening – 2014 Season. Eat Fresh, Eat Local. The Timothy O’Neil band will help us get in the groove. Lots of fun and market prizes. This year we have 40 market dates with incredible music on our North Bay Hootenanny stage. Location: On Donahue Street off 9th Street by the DeTurk Round Barn (within easy walking or biking distance of the St. Rose Neighborhood. Dog park by Round Barn so all well-behaved pooches can come too.)