Events
May 26, 2018
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Awards and grants bestowed on local teachers Cotati roads scheduled for a facelift Memorial Day means seat belt enforcement Cotati to oppose Senate bills Office hours notice: SSU commencement Penngrove’s 4th annual Down Home Day 1 dead after Sonoma State stabbing, suspect arrested Wildfire awareness week urges vigilance SSU stabbing victim identified 1 dead after Sonoma State stabbing, suspect arrested Co-founder of Rohnert Park passed away April 20 Prostitution ring uncovered Local startup chosen to operate Cotati’s Veronda-Falletti Ranch RP attempting to alleviate traffic woes RP votes to increase sewer rates Crab feed comes to Penngrove Former SSU professor dies Fire displaces RP residents Graton Casino funds to help community projects Crash simulation emphasizes emergency preparedness Remembering Cory Vaughn Cotati City Council presented with awards for excellence in city budget Reconfiguration of RP schools RP nixes idea for hotel tax increase measure RP's new municipal regulations will try and curb parking problem Technology High School relocates CRPUSD Special Ed program falters Gov. Brown swears in newCHP Commissioner Community SAIF celebrates heroes Financial challenges may cause station closures Pursuit of erratic speeding driver leads to DUI arrest Judson Snyder, columnist Standing together on gun reform Rainfall levels are up – But not yet normal Greenhouse gas reduction efforts RP partners with Rotary Clubs to clean up creeks New RP homeless count and SR homeless camp eviction RP votes to change commissioner terms RP cracking down on distracted driving National Walk Out SSU shines at United Nations TRIO works in Rohnert Park SSU loses compassionate alumna No future for local karaoke Bunnies and eggs come to Cotati Graffiti threat tests Rancho’s emergency protocol Crash causes small gas leak Correction: A science guy goes angling Every 15 Minutes at the Ranch Tour bus rams bridge on the way to Graton Casino Council approves La Plaza park for fundraiser Haircuts and meals for homeless Drag racer dies Schools for climate action Traffic signal updates Vehicle thefts drops RP Council votes to extend terms Cotati to get new park and ride Be a part of history: Penngrove to assemble time capsule RP residents win Miss Sonoma County and Outstanding Teen Two alarm fire displaces RP residents, destroys home Snyder era ends at age 92 Free tax prep assistance for low income residents 53 alleged Brown Act violations Sonoma County reports flu death Drunk driver tries to flee scene SR woman killed by SMART train
May 2018
May 10
Portfolio Sharing Day with Rudi Szilvásy and Kate Blakeslee
In conjunction with "Art Shapes the World: 6th Youth Arts Exhibition", Petaluma Arts Center will offer Jr. High and High School students an opportunity to share their Portfolio with their peers.

In conjunction with "Art Shapes the World: 6th Youth Arts Exhibition", the Petaluma Arts Center will offer Jr. High and High School students an opportunity to share their Portfolio with their peers. The class will be lead by Rudi Szilvásy, the featured youth exhibition artist, and facilitated by Kate Blakeslee, the curator of the youth exhibition. Students are invited to come share their work, experiences and ideas about applying to art schools and life with art. The class will offer feedback in a supportive environment with an exchange of ideas for preparing professional portfolio for review, applying to art school, and suggestions for creating a digital portfolio online. Students are encouraged to bring both finished work along with examples of sketchbook artwork. DATE: Thursday, May 10, 2018 TIME: 3:00pm-5:00pm CAPACITY: 12 $10 Suggested donation

 

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
May 11
12th Annual Disability Services & Legal Center Tech Expo & More
May 11, 2018 10am-3pm - Grace Pavilion, Sonoma County Fairgrounds

On May 11, 2018 10am-3pm community is invited to the 12th Annual Disability Services & Legal Center Tech Expo & More. This event will showcase the latest technology and services that enable people with disabilities and senior citizens to live/work independently and be an equal part of the community. Exhibitors will display and promote their products and services providing information on the use of assistive technology devices, modified vehicles, home modification options, sexual health, adaptive equipment, funding resources, alternative medicine and more, so that individuals with disabilities and aging community are able to access services and support for their overall health and wellness in our community. Free admission. The address: Grace Pavilion, Sonoma County Fairgrounds, 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95404. For information: call Lake Kowell at DSLC 707-636-3063, lake@myDSLC.org or visit http://MyDSLC.org/

10:00 am - 3:00 pm
May 19
4th Annual Down Home Day

Artful Arrangements is looking for family friendly entertainers for May 19th.

205 Orchard Lane, Penngrove

Call 664-8656 and talk to Diane for more information.

11:00 am - 4:00 pm
May 22
Big Night Out
Big Night Out- Benefiting the Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County 4Cs
Big Night Out- Benefiting the Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County 4Cs
 
Tuesday, May 22nd at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
LAGUNITAS BREWING COMPANY
1280 N. McDowell Blvd, Petaluma
 
Live Music by: The Therapuetx  
Food by: Sally Tomatoes
 
Tickets are only $25 for Adults & $10 for Children 12 & Under! 
Your ticket includes admission to the event and food ticket. 
 
100% of beer/wine sales will be donated to 4Cs!
5:30 pm - 8:25 pm