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Dr. Boyce's house is in the St. Rose District at 537 B Street. He is buried in the Rural Cemetery.

Dr. Boyce’s house is in the St. Rose District at 537 B Street. He is buried in the Rural Cemetery.

Saturday, 4/22, 10-11am – Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Tours

Experience the history and learn the stories of the people of Sonoma County and California during an 80 minute docent-led walk through this pioneer cemetery. The Rural Cemetery was founded in 1854 and continued in use until the 1930’s. Tours leave every 20 minutes for 10-11am. Note that there are uneven surfaces and slopes. Meet at the Franklin Gate, 1600 Franklin Ave. Admission is free; donations are appreciated.


Earth Day 2017

Saturday, 4/22, 12 noon-4pm – Earth Day Celebration

Join the celebration of Earth Day with an OnStage Festival at City Hall on First Street. This fun, FREE, family-friendly festival is a great way to inspire awareness and build community through environmental protection.
• 75+ Exhibitors
• Outdoor Showcase of Santa Rosa’s Performing Arts Scene
• Food & Drink
• Kids’ Activities & Crafts
• Local & Earth Friendly Products
• Giveaways
• Free Bike Parking
• Beer & Wine Garden

Enjoy an outdoor showcase of Santa Rosa performing arts scene on the main stage located on the corner of 1st and D Streets.
12:30 pm – VOENA Children’s Choir
1:15 pm – Chalkboard Players: Themed Theater for Children
2:00 pm – Redwood Empire Chinese Association: Lion Dance
& Martial Arts
2:45 pm – Sonoma County Taiko: Japanese Drumming
3:30 pm – Native Youth Pomo Dance Group: Pomo Dancers

Visit srcity.org/earthday for more information.


March for Science 2017

Saturday, 4/22, 12-2pm – March for Science at Julliard Park

Starting point: Juilliard Park at 12pm with a rally of invited speakers, followed by a march through downtown beginning approximately 12:30pm and ending at City Hall, at the Earth Day on Stage festival with food, entertainment, and informational booths from local organizations.

WHO: Scientists, medical professionals, nonprofit organizations, students, human beings who are affected by science and policy!

START: Juilliard Park, Santa Rosa
END: City Hall, Santa Rosa

This march is organized by Russian Riverkeeper, a local non-profit which protects the Russian River through the use of science.



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