A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown LivingNavigation
A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown Living
West End Neighborhood Association events- don’t forget to put these on your calendar: March 16th, Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.- West End Farmers Market Grand Opening. Eat Fresh, Eat Local. Please join us for our first market of the 2014 season. The Timothy O’Neil band will help us get in the groove. We will have lots of fun and market prizes. This year we have 40 market dates with incredible music on our North Bay Hootenanny stage. wefm.co Location: On Donahue Street by DeTurk Round Barn March 20th, Thursday at 7 p.m. West End Neighborhood Association Spring Meeting Join your...Read More
Did you know that the Railroad Square Association has been restoring, preserving and promoting the Historic Railroad Square District for almost 40 years? In 1975, Monty Montague of Teevax brought together property owners such as the Welfare League and Whistlestop Antiques, merchants and other businesses to fight blight and improve the business climate in Railroad Square. According to Gaye LeBaron, Nan Taylor (Don’s mom) may have started the renaissance in Railroad Square by buying a seedy little store and turning into the hugely popular Omelette Express. (Thanks to Dee Richardson for...Read More
West End Farmers Market- Put it on your calendar- The WEFM season dates for 2014 are March 16th to December 14th, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. See you then! Facebook February 16th, 17th & 18th- Auditions for Thoroughly Modern Millie - 6th St. Playhouse will be seeing adult actors for the roles in the May production of Thoroughly Modern Millie. For more information visit their website: 6th St Playhouse February 21st, Friday at 8 p.m. & February 22nd, Saturday at 2 p.m.- 6th Street Playhouse will stage “Close Together – Far Apart;” a production of three classic short plays. The three plays are...Read More
The West End Neighborhood is located in the heart of Santa Rosa, California. It’s a vital, small community that embraces old fashioned neighborhood living.
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.