Saturday- you can’t stay home!

Feb 24, 2011 in Entertainment, Events

This Saturday will be cold in temperature but  hot in events and entertainment. In addition to the other events already mentioned, there are two additional opportunities for West Enders to have a good time.
February 26th Saturday-  JUAN BOULDER... an acoustic string band that plays a mix of old-timey bluegrass and folk-rock. Band members are Karen Frindell-Teuscher- banjo & vocals; Kevin Teuscher- bass & vocals; Preston Booker- guitar & vocals;  Bob Murnane- mandolin; Brian Carlisle- fiddle. Brett Fenex opens. Location: Cafe Azul 521 4th Street Time: 7 p.m. Our friend, Bob Murnane of   Murnane Floors is a West End Neighborhood Association sponsor. Thank-you for supporting our neighborhood.
Juan Boulder

Juan Boulder

February 26th Saturday- Enter the Rabbit . Do you dare to see Santa Rosa’s LARGEST rabbit? A unique, colorful, crazy and somewhat belated Chinese New Year Celebration and Grand Opening Celebration for the Feed Barn.   The Feed Barn is a new S. R. Arts Collective put together by independent artists (a West Ender or two) and crew members from the Handcar Regatta, Krank Boom Clank and Whiskey Drunk Cycles (the Fun Bike Unicorn Club), and Lost Arts Foundry. This promises to be quite an event- music, an appearance by Kurt Russell, of course, the Largest Rabbit in Santa Rosa. Dare to be photographed with this savage beast!  Location: 55 Middle Rincon Rd. (big blue building) Time: 9 p.m. More info on Facebook
Enter the Rabbit!

Enter the Rabbit!

Enter the Rabbit. This will be amazing!

Enter the Rabbit. This will be amazing!

Artist and Performers :Are you a West End performer, artist or other talented individual? Don’t be shy! Share your performance dates and events with the neighborhood. We want to support you. Contact Lea Barron-Thomas at  westend @sonic.net

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