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Monthly Archives: November 2017

RRSQ Carriage Rides #2

Rides begin November 24, 11am-4pm

Bring your friends and family to the 30th annual Railroad Square Holiday Horse & Carriage Rides, a gift to the community from the Railroad Square Association. The complimentary rides leave from the Old Railroad Depot between 11am-4pm starting on Friday, November 24 and then every weekend beginning November 25 through Saturday December 23 (weather permitting). Special Christmas Eve hours are 11am-3pm.

Enjoy carolers, a photo booth, activities for kids and tours of the Hotel La Rose lobby’s magical tree, plus treats at the California Welcome Center.  On Saturday, Dec 2, visit all the shops during the annual Holiday Merchant Open House.  Step back in time in Historic Railroad Square and enjoy a wonderful holiday tradition in Santa Rosa’s most charming historic shopping and dining district.

Depot Park, 9 West Fourth Street


 Santa Rosa Winterlights event


November 24, 4pm-8pm

On the day after Thanksgiving, downtown Santa Rosa’s annual tree lighting event – Winter Lights – brings together the community to celebrate the holidays with activities for all ages. This beloved celebration is free and open to the public.
The evening starts with the arrival of Santa Claus on top of a fire truck. Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, everyone’s invited to have their picture taken with Santa in the City of Santa Rosa’s Out There Welcome Wagon.
Local eats and sips
There will be delicious food and beverages from local hot spots and food trucks, including beer and wine for the grown-ups and free hot chocolate and cookies for the kiddos.
Kids’ play
Ornament painting, a bouncy jump house, an ugly sweater contest, live performances … there’s a lot see and do before the main event.

Old Courthouse Square, 25 Old Courthouse Square


Calbi Gallery Fire Exhibit

Last chance! Exhibition open through November 25

In celebration of the end of the recent horrific blazes, and the rebuilding of normalcy in our beautiful Sonoma County community, Calabi Gallery is rehung with several mini shows including a Pop Up of poignant fire imagery by photographer Penny Wolin. Also on view is a selection of favorite Dia de los Muertos material, art by selected immigrant populations and artists from other parts of the world. Calabi Gallery will be donating 10% of all sales for the duration of this show to relief funds for Sonoma County artist fire victims.

Calabi Gallery, 456 Tenth Street