This week serves up a march, stitching open house with free class, concert, artist reception, nature walk and two festivals.
A Santa Rosa couple is bringing a new, family-friendly vibe to building with a dark past, combining two things that make people smile: ice cream and magic.
Tierra Vegetables’ barn, moved from the new Sutter hospital site in 2009, preserves produce, while preserving a piece of local history.
Cheryl Ogle will teach crayon-tinted embroidery at the Redwood Stitchers’ Open House on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center.
Baby Expo and Conference, which takes place at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel on Sunday, Sept. 21, features panelists, speakers and demonstrations.
Just east of the railroad tracks in railroad square sits a dining hall that has been serving free, nutritious meals to the hungry for 30 years.
Two art exhibits, a fundraising dinner to help at-risk teens, a baby expo, an ethnic food festival and dramatic lamplight cemetery tours all this week.
Long before Santa Rosa was established, Mishewal-Wappo tribes had their own name for it.
Donna Rankin Love’s march for peace brings her (and her peace pole) to Friends House.
The DeTurk Round Barn will be honored with a California Preservation Award at a ceremony on Friday, Sept. 26 in San Francisco.