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Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Winter Lights 2014


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


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


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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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Workers are transforming the Donut Hut into Brew, a gathering spot with coffee in the morning, then beer. Partners Alisse Cottle and Jessica Borrayo both come to the new enterprise from Taylor Maid Farms Coffee & Tea.

Brew will open in December with Ritual coffee, local craft beers, and yummies from Criminal Baking Co.


Lots of changes happening at the Sonoma County Museum as they work on expanding to the old Conklin Brothers location:


The museum will be putting a new roof on the old Conklin warehouse starting Tuesday, Nov. 11th  at 7am next week. It is scheduled to take about four days. The work will be smelly so people will want to keep their windows closed.


Click the link below to download plans that were presented at the Zoning hearing last week.

SoCo Muse Parking Revision 11-2-14


HOLE IN THE HEAD  Exhibit at the Sonoma County Museum

Fifty years ago, On October 30, 1964, PG & E announced that they would no longer pursue plans for a nuclear power plant at Bodega Head on the Sonoma County Coast. It was certainly the end of something—the closing of a passionate battle that brought about a resolution in favor of an active group of citizens who opposed the plant. However, the close of the struggle was more a beginning than an end. Focused though it was on the small spit of land that forms Bodega Bay, the battle over the nuclear power plant, which took place roughly between 1958 and 1964, had tremendous reverberations. Don’t miss this stellar exhibit on the battle to stop plans for a nuclear power plant on Sonoma County’s coast and the resulting creation of COAST, a key environmental group that helped protect the coastline and beaches we all love.


Hole in the Head





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Sat., Nov. 1, 4-7pm – DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FIESTA!

We warmly invite you and your friends to our Dia de los Muertos fiesta and the 5 year anniversary of the grand opening of Calabi Gallery!!! Please join us in honoring the memories of our loved ones who have passed while viewing beautiful art and enjoying light bites and refreshments. This will also be the closing party for our current exhibition Beyond Borders. We hope you can join us in celebrating our 5th birthday in business!

Location: Calabi Gallery, 456 Tenth Street


Nov. 1 & 2, 10am – 9pm – DAY OF THE DEAD CELEBRATION

Throughout both days there are performances by poets, singers and musicians. There is an art area for creating decorations for the altars you construct for loved ones. There is an all-night vigil for deceased friends and family. Day of the Dead is an alcohol free event.

Location: Courthouse Square


Thurs., Nov. 6, 2014, 10:30 a.m – Zoning Hearing



The Zoning Administrator will hold a public meeting to decide whether to approve or disapprove a Landmark Alteration application on Thursday, November 6, 2014, at or after 10:30 a.m. in Room 7, City Hall, 100 Santa Rosa Avenue.

Project Description: Expansion and reconfiguration of the Sonoma County Museum parking

Applicant: Diane Evens, Sonoma County Museum

The public is invited to attend and/or comment at the public meeting.

A more formal public hearing (includes a public hearing notice in the Press Democrat and a public hearing sign posted on the project site) will be held only if a written request from a member of the public directed to the Zoning Administrator is received by Wednesday, November 5, 2014.

Comments and questions may be directed to Susie Murray, City Planner; Department of Community Development; City of Santa Rosa; 100 Santa Rosa Avenue.Phone (707) 543-4348 or e-mail smurray@srcity.org.

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Friday, Nov. 7 at 5:00-7:00pmMeet Painter Mario Uribe

Corrick’s is delighted to feature the work of local artist Mario Uribe. To inaugurate this exciting month’s show, Mario will be joining us to show his work, and share a little about his inspiration.
Ancient Oak Cellars’ Happy Hour will be in full swing too, complete with live music from another local artist, phenomenal Sonoma County guitarist Nate Lopez.
So come by! And get to know another of our neighbors who is working to bring this magnificent beauty to our community!
Our Meet the Artist events provide a unique opportunity to discover not only the beautiful artwork coming out of our own neighborhoods, but also to celebrate the wonderful individuals working to bring this beauty into our lives.

Location: 637 Fourth Street

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