Proof, Restaurants and Pugs

Feb 15, 2012 in Animals, Lost Pet, Entertainment, Events, Miscellany, Neighbor News

After a little bit of rain, the great weather continues. If you haven’t been to 6th Street Playhouse in a while, do yourself a favor and see the current show,” Proof”. Intriguing story, interesting characters and a fabulous cast- including West Ender, Alan Kaplan. Our website has an to date calendar and new photo gallery for 2012. 

Now Playing until February 26th–  Proof:  Don’t miss this Pulitzer Price and Tony Award winning play. The excellent cast includes West End’s own Alan Kaplan. A young woman delves into her unresolved life on a weekend following the death of her father, a famous mathematician. The arrival of her estranged sister; and the attentions of Hal, a former student of her father’s who hopes to find valuable work in the 103 notebooks that her father left behind. Winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play, Tickets: $10 to $25 Location: 6th Street Playhouse, Studio Theatre 52 W. 6th Street Time: See website for show times and tickets

Dana Scott and Alan Kaplan in "Proof"

February 19th, Sunday- Pug Play Day. Imagine delightful pugs cavorting and snorting. Pug Play day meets the 3rd Sunday of every month. Rain cancels the event. For more info:   Location: DeTurk Round Barn Dog Park 819 Donahue Street Time: 3 p.m.

February 27th through March 4th– Sonoma County Restaurant Week Participating restaurants , including neighborhood favorites Stark’s Steakhouse, La Gare and Jack & Tony’s will offer three course prix- fixe dinners for $19, $29 or $39 and will feature the excellent tastes from our world class chefs and delicious local ingredients. The emphasis on farm-fresh food and local wineries is beneficial to you, your favorite restaurants and to for local food suppliers, farmers, wineries, and the economic vitality of Sonoma County. Facebook

February 22nd- March 14th- New Qigong Class–  Flying Crane Qigong- Utilize movement, breath and visualization to train one’s energy or Qi.. This 4 week class is held every Wednesday at 10 a.m. Additional classes available in March (3/21-4/18), May (5/2 to 5/23) and June (6/6- 6/27).  DeTurk Class Cost is $46. To register call 543-3737 or

DeTurk Park Recycle Station– Conservation Corps of North Bay helps at risk youth get their lives back on track with a year’s worth of job training, work experience along with an education to get a GED or H. S. Diploma. This is especially wonderful because some of the Corpsmembers and staff call the West End Home. CCNB build, distribute and maintain all recycling drop off stations. They will also pick up, on a regular basis, all aluminum, glass, plastic containers and recyclable paper and cardboard deposited in the bins. Another recycle bin was located at DeMeoPark.

Do you have any Pet Friendly news? a photo of your West End dog? or something else that will delight animal lovers? Email Lea Barron-Thomas

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