W. E. January Happenings

Jan 17, 2015 in Entertainment, Events

The City of Santa Rosa wants to know what is important to YOU! Fiscal Year 2015-16 online budget priorities surveyFiscal Year 2015-16 online budget priorities survey The City offers numerous programs and services and this is a unique opportunity for you to give City leaders your feedback as to which services are most important to you. Survey

Until January 25th Clybourne Park – The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play has two acts set fifty years apart, the play’s two outrageous acts explode with issues of race, class, housing, and aspirations for a better life.  The play is laced with razor-sharp humor and insight that induce both serious reflection and uproarious laughter. Tickets $15 to $32 Location: 6th Street Playhouse G.K. Hardt Theatre, 52 West 6th Street

Clybourne Park

On view until February 26th in the City Hall Council Chambers. Reception  on February 13th 5 to 7 p.m  “In Appreciation of Luther Burbank”, The Ninth Street Mural Sketch, 1979 by artist (and West Ender) James Curtis. This exhibition showcases the final sketch for the mural “In Appreciation of Luther Burbank”, that was under the 9th St. overpass for nearly 30 years. Having recently returned from display in Nebraska, this work is returning home to So. Co. to be displayed for the first time in over two decades. Call 543-3010 for viewing hours. Location: City Hall Council Chambers 100 S. R. Ave, Ste. 10

9th St Mural

Reception for West End artist James Curtis on Friday, February 13th, 5- 7 p.m.

January 24th, Saturday from 2pm to 4pm Rainwater Harvesting Workshop At this workshop learn how to properly and safely construct a simple catchment system. Sign up by email at wue@srcity.org  Location: Utilities Field Operations located at 35 Stony Point Rd.

rain barrel

Don’t Miss this DeTurk Round Barn Event:

February 21st, Saturday- Art Quest Mardi Gras Ball at DeTurk Round Barn at 5:30 p.m. The evening will feature Cajun influenced hors d’oeuvres, dancing to the bon temps sounds of “Gator Nation Band” and  a fantastic silent auction of wonderful items & unique experiences! All proceeds to benefit ArtQuest- the Award-Winning Visual & Performing Arts magnet program at Santa Rosa High School. Festive Mardi Gras Attire Welcome- Adults 21 and over. Tickets $65  Location: DeTurk Round Barn

MardiGras

The West End Neighborhood home of the West End Farmers Market, where urbanism, preservation, art and people come together! For the latest updates, crime alerts, full calendar of events and photos- go the West End Neighborhood website. Click Here!