Bocce, Movies, BBQs- all in the West End. This Saturday, the Upper West End will have a neighborhood cookout AND the White Water Rodeo promises lots of fun at the creek right at Pierson Street Bridge. If that doesn’t suit- there’s other choices a mere walk away. Lucky us!
West End Summer Bocce- Every Friday at DeMeo Park. Bring a dish to share. Family and dog friendly. Location: DeMeo Park 810 Polk Street Time: 6 p.m.
June 29th, Friday- James and the Giant Peach. West End Summer Movie Nights. All movies start at dark. Bring a blanket, warm clothes and friends. Free popcorn! Location: DeTurk Round Barn Park 819 Donahue Street Time: At Dark approx. 8:30- 9 p.m.
June 29th, Friday- Invasion Tribute to an Era (60’s & 70’s music. Rock and Roll) A tribute band to the 60’s British invasion which in turn inspired American bands starting with The Beatles, Dave Clark five, The Animals, The Zombies, The Kinks Location: Last Day Saloon 120 5th Street $10 21 yrs+ Time: Door 9 p.m. Show 9:30 p.m.
June 30th, Saturday. Upper West End Neighborhood cookout this Saturday. We’re going to take over the sidewalks at 10th & Ripley. It’s a gathering for Upper West neighbors to meet, eat, and have fun! What to Bring: You and your family (kid and pet-friendly), a dish to share or something to grill (we’ll have a few grills going, tables and chairs. We’ll have some, but bring along if it’s easy). What will we do? Musical entertainment from some talented neighbors, sidewalk chalk art contest for the younger set or anyone who feels like it, catch up with friends and meet new ones. Questions? Email Jennifer Watson When & Where: This Saturday (June 30), 12-4 pm at 10th & Ripley Streets
June 30th, Saturday- Whitewater Rodeo on Santa Rosa Creek. Build a toy boat and race it down S. R. Creek’s shallow rapids. Don’t have time to build a boat? Build a boat that morning. Materials and assistance will be available. Boy Scouts and Lifeguards on hand to demonstrate their skills and provide water safety. Children of all ages welcome. Wear shoes that can get wet. For more info contact Alistair Bleifuss 543-3845 Location: Meet at the Pierson St. bridge. Time: 10:30- Noon
June 29 – 8:00 PM; June 30 – 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM; July 1 – 2:00 PM Redwood Writers 10-Minute Play Festival You will see 9 plays, by 9 different local playwrights with 16 actors taking on 24 characters directed by 6 directors: a ferocious endeavor for the 2012, “2nd Annual 10-minute Play Festival” – a collaboration between Redwood Writers and the 6th Street Playhouse. All Tickets $16.00 Location: 6th Street Playhouse Studio Theatre Time: See website for more info
June 30th, Saturday- Read to a Summer Dog. Put a kid, a dog and a book together in the library and watch wonderful things happen. Location: Sonoma County Library, Central Branch 211 E. Street Time: 11 a.m – 12 p.m.
Railroad Square Office for rent- Anyone in walking to their own well lit pretty downtown office? Mezzanine office for $600/month, includes utilities and wifi located in Cast Away Yarn 111 4th Street. It’s big and private! Plus it’s super fun to be in Railroad Square during your work day. Contact Justine 707-546-YARN (9276) firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you smell a burning rubber odor lately? That’s from the BoDean Asphalt Plant located near College and Dutton Avenues. You can make a report to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District at 1-800-334-6367 (mention Plant #13584). Many neighbors have had to call this number on a daily basis. For more information on their concerns, visit the Facebook Page “Parents Concerned About the BoDean Asphalt Plant”: https://www.facebook.com/groups/251867121552910
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