Historic Railroad Square Carriage Rides- Every weekend 11-4, Christmas Eve 11 – 3 Through December 24. For 27 years now Railroad Square has offered FREE carriage rides around Railroad Square during the holiday season. Do your shopping locally this year, grab a hot cocoa and go on a soothing and beautiful tour around the Historic Shopping District. Pick up is at the Depot (Rain cancels).
New Year’s Eve Cabaret– Join Sandy & Richard Riccardi to make your New Year’s Eve a guaranteed party! Scream with laughter and tap your toes to their all-original, all-comedy cabaret, describing their cracked and bushwhacked road to marital bliss, social consciousness, and menopause. Tickets to the 10pm show include desserts and a champagne toast at midnight! Two shows: December 31, 7:00 p.m. All seats (Table & Riser) $25; December 31, 10:00 p.m. Table seats $50, Riser seats $40 Location: 6th St. Playhouse 52 W. 6th St., Studio Theatre.
Community: Advisory of increased package thefts. The Santa Rosa Police Department has received numerous reports of package thefts from the doorsteps of residences over the past month. Although there have been reports of these thefts all over Santa Rosa, the highest frequencies of occurrence have been in the downtown and Julliard Park neighborhoods. The SRPD Property Crimes Unit has been working with victims and area residents to identify people responsible for committing these thefts, and help educate the public on ways to deter those committing these thefts, and lessen the possibility of becoming a victim. The Santa Rosa Police Department Property Crimes Unit has reached out to local and government delivery services to work together to report suspicious activities which are often associated with these types of thefts. For tips to lessen the chances of becoming a victim & some steps you can take to help keep your packages safe go to: https://local.nixle.com/alert/5549722/?sub_id=947091
Auditions Announced for “Anna in the Tropics” 6th Street Playhouse will be seeing adult actors for roles in the upcoming production of Nilo Cruz’s Anna in the Tropics, directed by Marty Pistone. Actors should prepare one dramatic monologue (classic, OK!). Anything along the lines of Tennessee Williams, Lorca or Chekhov is suggested. Please bring a headshot and resume to the audition. All roles available. Time & date: Saturday, December 19, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Sunday, December 20, 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm Where: Rehearsal Room at the 6th Street Playhouse, 52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Fact: Fats, Oils, and Grease Should Never Go Down the Drain! To avoid a costly sewage back-up at your home or in your neighborhood, properly dispose of fats, oils, and grease. Collect liquid grease and oils in a sealable container and let it cool, wipe pans clean with a paper towel and put it in the trash. Scrape off excess food from pots, pans, and plates before rinsing them in the sink with cold water.
Have a lot of cooking oil? Don’t throw it in the trash. Bulk oils should be recycled (e.g. household fryer oil). Several Sonoma County restaurants accept clean, liquid vegetable oil that is mostly free of any solids, meat scraps, or water. Check www.recyclenow.org and search “oil, cooking/grease” for a complete listing of locations.
SANTA ROSA’S COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD ASKS FOR YOUR INPUT ON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS The City of Santa Rosa announced today a series of community meetings to be hosted by its Community Advisory Board (CAB) in an effort to obtain public input on the City’s Capital Improvement Project (CIP) budget for 2016/2017. The City of Santa Rosa‘s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five-year financial plan for the maintenance and expansion of the public infrastructure. The CIP identifies public facilities improvements that are needed, provides a design and construction schedule and identifies funding for these projects. Capital Improvement projects include: Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities, Parks, Creeks and Drainage Systems, Street Network and more.
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