Wilson St. Apt. Meeting and May News

May 5, 2014 in Development & projects, Events, Public Meetings, West End Farmers Market

 West End Farmers Market- every Sunday! Buy the freshest veggies and fruit, locally made products, bread, cheese, meat and now seafood from Santa Rosa Seafood. Brunch with us- our exciting choices include Starting from Scratch (omelets, biscuits and gravy), Oko Loco ( California style Japanese pancakes), Simply Ceviche, Happy Jack’s Breakfast Co. & Goodman’s Jewish Deli. More vendors coming as the season progresses. Sign up for updates: www.wefm.co 

Okonomiyaki- Japanese comfort food

Okonomiyaki- Japanese comfort food

 

 May 7th, Wednesday at 6 p.m.- Neighborhood Meeting for 72 unit apartment at 701 Wilson St. City staff and applicant will be there to provide information. Location: DeTurk Round Barn 819 Donahue St.

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This Wednesday Night, May 7th at DeTurk Round Barn.

May 2nd– May 25th– Thoroughly Modern Millie. The story of young Millie Dillmount who has just moved to the city in search of a new life for herself. It’s a New York full of intrigue and jazz – a time when women were entering the workforce and the rules of love and social behavior were changing forever. West End songbird Laura McGinnis is featured in the cast. Location: 6th Street Playhouse Hardt Theater

May 7th to August 20th– Wednesday Night Market. Every Wednesday night 5:30 to 8 p.m. More info at http://www.wednesdaynightmarket.org

May 8th, Thursday- Bike to Work Day. There will be over 20 energizer stations open during the morning on the 20th anniversary of Bike to Work Day. More info at bikesonoma.org

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May 9th, Friday at 6 p.m.- Outside/Inside A Pop Up exhibition of emerging artists Julia Davis, Todd Barricklow, Jared Powell, Carlos de Villasante and Judy Kennedy. Live music, wine, hors d’oeuvres. $10,  Free to Museum members Tickets  Location: Sonoma County Museum 425 7th St.

May 10th, Saturday 8:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.-  Free Workout at Santa Rosa Strength and Conditioning. The class runs for about an hour, and includes a warm up, instruction and practice in movements, a fun and challenging high-intensity workout, and a cool down and stretching period. No experience necessary. Exercises can be modified if necessary. Please BRING A WATER BOTTLE, and wear athletic clothing and shoes in which you can comfortably run, jump, climb, push, pull and lift. More info Location: Crossfit S. R. Strength and Conditioning 808 Donahue St.

May 17th, Saturday 10 a.m. – 120th Annual Luther Burbank Rose Parade This is one of Sonoma County’s most time honored traditions and one of the oldest and largest events of its kind in No. Ca.   Festival to follow at Juilliard www.roseparadefestival.com

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May 26th, Monday at 1 p.m.- Memorial Day Ceremony at the Rural Cemetery. Honor the day at an old fashioned decorative commemoration. Free. Location: S. R. Rural Cemetery located at Franklin & Monroe Streets, Franklin Gate

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!

Western Farm Center is a West End Neighborhood Sponsor

Western Farm Center 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