Miscellany

West End Signs, The Graduate and Earthday

Apr 15, 2015 in Clean-up, Development & projects, Entertainment, Events, Gardens & plants, Miscellany, West End Farmers Market

West End Signs,  The Graduate and Earthday

West End Historic District Signs Have your very own West End Historic District Street Sign replica. Hang it indoors or out… it looks great framed too. 24” wide by 6 “,  Made out of 1/8” thick white PVC sheeting with standard vinyl graphics. high UV stabilized in so it’s Okay for inside or out. $40 Limit supply available. Contact Lea Barron-Thomas for purchase westend@sonic.net 8th St- W Steele Ln- San Miguel Rd SMART Railroad Crossing Sewer and Water Improvements. Estimated Construction Schedule: Slated to begin March, 2015 and is anticipated to be completed May, 2015. Construction...

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Meeting, Street Closure, Holiday Ideas

Nov 15, 2014 in Miscellany

Meeting, Street Closure, Holiday Ideas

Every Sunday UNTIL DECEMBER 14th– West End Farmers Market Six more weeks to enjoy shopping, eating, listening to music and socializing in our community friendly outdoor market. Help support our local economy by buying directly from the person who grows or makes your food. Delight your friends and family by buying local, handmade, unique products for the holidays. wefm.co Location: Donahue Street- between Boyce & W. 9th St. November 20th, Thursday at 7 p.m.  W.E. Neighborhood Assn. Fall Meeting– We have two official meetings every year at DeTurk Round Barn. Spend a few hours...

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Last Movie, Bocce, Clean ups & Move

Sep 3, 2014 in Miscellany

Last Movie, Bocce, Clean ups & Move

West End Neighborhood Association is run by hardworking volunteers. Activities are funded by neighbors’ donations and our wonderful sponsors. Suggested neighbor contribution is $10 a year. Make a check to West End Neighborhood Association and sent to Dan Wright 512 Jefferson St., SR CA 95401 Every Friday at 6 p.m.- West End Summer Bocce ends Sept. 26th. Relax on Friday nights with friends and neighbors at DeMeo Park. Bring a dish to share or something to throw on the grill. We talk, eat, play a little bocce and then talk and eat some more! Good times. Family friendly. Well behaved dogs...

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Modern Millie in May

May 1, 2014 in Miscellany

Modern Millie in May

West End Farmers Market- every Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You can buy fresh, local produce, bread, cheese, meat and honey. Want to brunch? Lots of choices from bakery goods, biscuits and gravy, cerviche to okonomiyaki! There’s even a Jewish deli- what’s not to love? Eat, shop, socialize and listen to the best in local music on our North Bay Hootenanny stage. More info at www.wefm.co 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...

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Oh no! Last W. E. Summer Movie Night on Friday

Aug 26, 2013 in Entertainment, Events, Miscellany, Neighbor News

Oh no! Last W. E. Summer Movie Night on Friday

The last West End Summer movie night is this Friday. Spend one more evening sitting outside, eating popcorn and watching a movie on the side of the historic DeTurk Round Barn. Lifetime neighborhood resident, Marie Bastoni dies. Mrs. Bastoni lived her whole life (98 years)  within a few blocks and was very happy to do so.   Press Democrat Every Friday Night- West End Summer Bocce at 6 p.m. End your week relaxing with your friends and neighbors at DeMeo Park. Bring a dish or beverage to share. Family and dog friendly. Location: DeMeo Park West End Farmers Market, Sundays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.....

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PMG Tour and more

Aug 12, 2013 in Bocce, Entertainment, Events, Miscellany, West End Farmers Market

PMG Tour and more

This Wednesday evening you can tour the Prince Memorial with Bill Montgomery…. you must register ahead (see details below). August 14th, Wednesday at 7:00 PM Walking Tour-Prince Memorial Greenway Presenter: Bill Montgomery. During this leisurely stroll, local historian Bill Montgomery will discuss the history of the Greenway Project. You will view the maturing native California plants growing along the Greenway and will see the outstanding art projects by local artists that decorate many of the retaining walls, overpasses and benches along the trail. Must register due to limited...

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