A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown LivingNavigation
A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown Living
Every Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. until December 13th- West End Farmers Market. Fresh local veggies, food & beverages. Music every Sunday. Yoga on the grass (9 to 10- check in at 8:50. Bring your own mat.) Location: Donahue Street between W. 9th and @. 8th Streets October 23rd, Friday 5 to 7 pm – West End Artist Show and Opening night Reception. Modern Sculptures and Paintings Exhibition by Daniel Graham and T. Alma. Facebook Location: D. G. Sculpture Studio and Gallery 25 Maxwell Court Santa Rosa open Wed-Sun 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Show open October 23rd to November 27th October 26th,...Read More
October 17th, Saturday 1- 4 p.m.- Community Art Workshop led by artists West Ender Jenny Harp and Breanne Trammell. Learn to wheat-paste while adding color and pattern to the A Street Bridge! Harp and Trammell will be installing their temporary public art project Double Double Rainbow Rainbow in various locations in Downtown Santa Rosa during the week prior to the community workshop. This is one of four installations for Downtown Connect public art project for the Santa Rosa Public Art Master Plan. *Weather Update: if it’s raining , the event will be cancelled. Due to the materials...Read More
West End Farmers Market- every Sunday 9:30 to 2:00 p.m. It’s all about ME! Start the day out right with Yoga on the Lawn by Yoga One. (Donation based, check in at 8:50, Bring your own mat). Then let Deep Tissue Specialist Mark Senzig work out those aches and pains ($20 for 15 min- 2nd Sunday of every month). Treat yourself a wonderful beverage and something to eat, listen to music and take home fresh wonderful veggies, fruit, meat and bread. You deserve it! October 11th, Sunday 3 to 4:40 p.m.- West End Poodle Party is always on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 3 p.m. All Poodles,...Read More
We are a living example of what today’s urban planners are trying to recreate- a small downtown neighborhood with local businesses easily accessible without a car. Our vintage way of life has once again become in vogue.
The West End folks are always participating in fun neighborhood events ranging from art gallery openings, summer bocce matches and picnics, historic walking tours and local improvement activities.
Please take a moment to browse our site and see why we love our little neighborhood. The West End where urbanism, preservation, art and people come together.