July 21, 2018

Kid’s Day Parade celebrates our hometown heroes

  • Miss Sonoma County, Tyler-Avery Lewis and Sonoma County District 3 Dairy Princess, Jeanette Furlong, wave to the crowds at the 26th Annual Cotati Kid's Day Parade & Festival. The parade was winding its way through downtown Cotati Saturday in front of a large crowd of spectators. After the parade the crowd made their way to La Plaza Park where a variety of booths, jumpies and activities were set up for all to enjoy. Photo by Jane Peleti

  • The Rancho Cotate High School cheerleaders and mascot wave to the crowds at the 26th Annual Cotati Kid's Day Parade & Festival. Photo by Jane Peleti

26th Annual Cotati Kid’s Day Parade & Festival


Rohnert Park Bike & Pedestrian Committee adds new member

“I really love Rohnert Park,” says Johnson. “I’ve known all the changes and I look forward to being part of it. I’m kind of way overdue of being an integral part of the city! It’s been close to my heart and I’m thrilled about it.”


New principals 2018-2019

Kristina Arcuri

Michelle Smith

Dr. Louis Ganzler


Cal Ripken 12 U moves on to regional tournament

The Rohnert Park Cal Ripken 12-60 team celebrates their victory over Laguna


28 organizations chosen for RP Foundation Small Grants Program

This is the first year that the foundation has been able to distribute the grants, whose money is coming from the Graton Casino mitigation community investment funds


Songbird Community Healing Center & Stones Throw Gifts are combined

Songbird Community Healing Center and Stones Throw Gifts


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