Brrr. Enjoy the Season but Bundle up!

Dec 5, 2013 in Animals, Lost Pet, Development & projects, Entertainment, Events

 What makes the West End Neighborhood a great place to live? Our residents- because they create the community, get to know each other and spend time to improve and protect this wonderful place. Two recent meetings- our W. E. Fall Meeting and the Scoping meeting for the Jennings Ave. Crossing were well attended. PHOTOS

 

Nov 2013

Save our streets and open a safe bridge crossing for Jennings residents- Over 20 West End residents and Railroad Square business owners showed up to participate in the scoping meeting. There is overwhelming support that a bridge is the safest way to create a crossing at Jennings. Closing streets in one neighborhood to open a crossing in another- is bad a bad idea for many reasons. Show your support by 1) Signing Change.org petition 2) List your questions and concerns by Dec. 11th for EIR study to : City of S. R. Attn. Jessica Jones, Senior Planner Community Development Dept. 100 Santa Rosa Ave. Room 3, S. R. CA 95404  jjones@srcity.org 

Scoping Meeting 2

West End Entertainers… take note: Actors’ Theater for Children is looking for entertainers (volunteer) for pre-show entertainment for Dec. 7th  3 p.m. and December 8th 2:30. before Cinderella’s Christmas show.  Show is at Kid St. Learning Center 709 Davis St. Looking for family oriented entertainment – magicians, singers, musicians, etc. who are able to engage the young audience and parents. Your efforts in this will be greatly appreciated.  Please call Ken Van Cleave at 707-544-1791 day or 707-539-1602 eve.

USMC Toys for Tots- sponsored by Heritage Public House- Bring in a new/unwrapped toy by December 12th. Come on and give a little piece of your heart-it means a lot to these kids! Location: Heritage Public House 1901 Mendocino Ave.

December 8th, SundaySpecial Holiday Shopping This Sunday: The WEFM and Shop Party /Artstart Holiday Craft Show will team up to provide the best in handmade goods, gifts, food and fresh produce. Shop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Shop Party

Until December 22nd– A Christmas Story– Through the nostalgic recollections of his grown up self, we follow nine year old Ralphie Parker in his quest to get a genuine Red Ryder BB gun under the tree for Christmas! Location: GK Hardt Theater, 6th Street Playhouse

Christmas Story

 

December 6th-8th & 13th-15th- Cinderella’s Christmas- Theater for the young audience- a unique retelling of classic Cinderella story set against the snowy backdrop of the holiday season. Tickets are $5 and go on sale before the performance in the lobby. Check website for hours and more info http://www.actorstheaterforchildren.com  Location: Kid Street Learning Center 709 Davis Street

Cinderella

December 7th, Saturday – Railroad Square Merchant Open House 12-5 p.m. &  Memorial Hospice Tree lighting6-7 p.m. .Carolers, refreshments, sales and holiday cheer… a good way to enjoy your holiday shopping. Tree lighting and ceremony at Depot Park. Railroad Square Complimentary  Horse and Carriage rides every weekend after Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve day (weather permitting).    Location: Historic Railroad Square

RRSQ

December 8th at 3 p.m. NEW TIME!!- West End Poodle Party. It’s time for Poodles to party! Bundle up… it’s going to be cold. Facebook

Xmas

Local Success- The West End Neighborhood Association sponsors are West End resident owned or West End/Railroad Square area businesses. As sponsors, they support our neighborhood activities and events. As loyal customers we help their businesses prosper. That’s micro-local success!

Heritage Public House is a West End Neighborhood Sponsor.

Heritage Public House is a West End Neighborhood Sponsor.

The West End Neighborhood, home of the West End Farmers Market where urban-ism, preservation, art and people come together. For the latest updates, calendar of events and photos go to srwestend.com