Sonoma County Pride is a non-profit organization serving Sonoma County’s LGBTQ community, friends, and family. Perhaps most visible within the local community during the annual Pride Parade during June’s Pride Month activities. The 32nd annual parade was held in the vicinity of Old Courthouse Square in Santa Rosa, CA. last year. Along the parade route, on the floats, and carried by parade participants or waved and worn by spectators you could see the rainbow flag. So, let’s explore the history of this iconic symbol of LGBTQ Pride.
Friday, January 24
• Seniors and cannabis for sleep, pain and stress. 2:30-4 p.m. $8 for members and $10 for non-members.. Registration required. 707-829-2440.
• Join a lively performance of local stories and poems, A percentage of...
The Board of the Sonoma County Children’s Village (SCCV) announced that it has gifted all of its assets totaling $2.5 million to TLC Child & Family Services (TLC). SCCV elected to dissolve in late 2019 and had been searching for the right organization for its extraordinary gift: A nonprofit whose mission and values align with its own and that has the leadership, vision and organizational capacity to take its work of improving the lives of foster youth to the next level. After extensive vetting, they decided on TLC. In operation for over 40 years, TLC provides foster care and adoption services, transitional housing for youth 16-24 aging out of foster care or who are homeless, residential and mental health services and a high school.