The last couple of weeks have been very busy. Recent photos from these events are in the West End’s photo gallery. Many of us have always known that Downtown is the place to live- but apparently others are starting to discover it for themselves- see Fall Santa Rosa Magazine info below.
DeTurk Round Barn construction project is nearing the end. The exterior of the building and grounds may be completed as early as mid-November. The interior work may be finished by the beginning of December. Either way, the grounds have been cleaned up in preparation for landscaping and some of the final details are starting to show up like lighting and bike racks. For more photos click here!
The DeTurk Round Barn Dog Park is very busy with doggie socialization- for photos of the October West End Poodle Party and other West End Dogs- click here!
The Gran La Fonda– was a fun outdoor event celebrating the creative side of bikes. Hand built bikes, contraptions like Murray the Fish and the Whiskey Drunk Cycles’ Whiskey Drome were on display for all to enjoy. For photos of this and other Railroad Square Events- click here!
The GranFondo was a popular event this year. Several West End Neighbors took the challenge. For photos Click Here!
The 2010 Great West End and Railroad Square Handcar Regatta was another huge success. It was hotter than hades but the attendance for the event was estimated at 12- 15,000. We have great photos of the event. Thank-you to Ben Rosales for sharing some of his incredible photos. Click here!
Chops Teen Club unveiled its hand-car, the Locust Motive. It was a great event with music, food and art. Thanks to Bruce Wilson for sharing some of his excellent photos. Click Here!
The Fall Santa Rosa Magazine just came out and it highlights the Downtown as a place to Live, Work and & Play. It also highlights a few special folks such as Lynda Angell (Tireless Railroad Square leader), & Kevin Konicek and Michelle Zyromski (St. Rose residents who live in a gorgeous, historic family home on B Street). There’s a beautiful spread on Railroad Square restaurants and pubs. Welcome downtown!
The West End Neighborhood where urbanism, preservation, art and people come together! For the full calendar, the latest updates and photos- go the West End Neighborhood website Click Here!