There’s something to do every day- no need to stay home!
Membership Dues for the West End Neighborhood Association help pay for the costs of running the website, our meetings and events. Do you support the West End Neighborhood Association? If so, pay your dues! $10 suggested but any amount appreciated. Pay directly from the website or send check (payable to West End Neighborhood Association) to Dan Wright, 512 Jefferson Street.
April 27th, Wednesday 95.9 The KRUSH & the North Bay Hootenanny … present The Pick-Me-Up Music Revue with the Plectrum Duo, J.D. Limelight and Hot Club Beezlebub. Folk music. The entire family can come out and enjoy local footstomping music. All Ages! $5 21+, $8 for minor- includes free soda or fries. Location: Last Day Saloon Time: 7 p.m. Door, 7:30 show
April 27th Wednesday “Paths Of Glory” (1957)- Movie Night at the Arlene Francis Center. This film showcases two of the greatest talents in cinema history actor Kirk Douglas and director Stanley Kubrick.The film is free to the public , sliding scale donation (3-5$) to the Arlene Francis Center. Location: Arlene Francis Center 99 Sixth Street Time: Doors at 7:30 p.m. Movie at 8 p.m.
April 28th, Thursday- Wine Down Thursday Nights. Every Thursday, meet your friends and neighbors at an Urban Winery Village, featuring D’Argenzio Winery and more. Music, wine, foodie trucks. Location: S. R. Vintner’s Square 1301-1305 Cleveland Ave. Time: 4- 8 p.m.
April 29th, Friday– Opening night for Comedy Tonight- One-Act Plays by Great American Writers at 6th Street Playhouse
April 29th, Friday– Opening night for Jesus Christ Superstar – SRJC Theater Arts
April 30th, Saturday– Annual Vintage Rose Tour and Sale Take a docent-led walking tour through the newly-planted Memorial Rose Grove where you will meet a number of historic characters with connections to the cemetery roses, such as Josephine Bonaparte, Ralphine McDonald, and Luther Burbank, who will be portrayed by actors dressed in period dress and will identify each of the roses in their particular section of the Rose Grove and tell a little about each one. TOURS LEAVE EVERY 20 MINUTES. Rose Tour Bonus: Vintage Rose Sale. This is your opportunity to purchase many of the gorgeous roses growing throughout Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery and the newly-planted Memorial Rose Grove. These roses have been propagated from cuttings and will be on sale in one gallon containers. Location: The Rural Cemetary located at Franklin and Monroe Streets. Time: 10- 11 a.m. Tours leave every 20 minutes. Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery
April 30th, Saturday- SCBC We Love Bikes Day. Bike to the Santa Rosa Certified Farmers Market and enjoy FREE Valet Bike Parking, a free raffle for Market Goods in Bike Bags, and learn how to “Haul Stuff” by Bike Clinic in a FREE Clinic designed to demystify carrying anything from a laptop to a weeks worth of groceries on your bike. Clinics will be held at 9AM and 10AM at the Market. For more info- Sonoma County Bike Coalition Location: S. R. Farmer’s Market Veterans Bldg East Parking Lot 1351 Maple Avenue Time: 8:30- Noon
May 1st, Sunday- 50th Annual 4-H ChickenQue The 50th Annual ChickenQue is wholesome family fun and the only fundraiser for Sonoma County 4-H! There will be games, a petting zoo, club booths, and of course the famous barbecued chicken lunch and an unbelievable choice of CAKES!! Tickets $8, $9 at the door. Location: So. Co. Fairgrounds Hours: 11:30am to 4:30pm
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