W. E. Summer Movie Nights Begins

Jun 11, 2012 in Bocce, Entertainment, Events, Miscellany

The West End Summer season has started! Enjoy Bocce every Friday night at DeMeo Park and THIS Friday, June 15th, is the first 2012 W. E. Summer Movie Nights at DeTurk Round Barn Park. Don’t forget our annual BBQ and Bike Parade is on Saturday, July 21st- so mark it on your calendars.

2012 West End Summer Movie Nights. All movies start at dark on Friday nights at the DeTurk Round Barn. Remember to bring something to sit on… and warm clothes. See schedule below:

2012 W E Summer Movie Nights

June 15th – July 15th The Producers. Outrageous and teeny bit offensive, follow Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom as they sing and dance their way through the greatest show biz scam that there ever was! The only problem is, Springtime for Hitler, their chosen sure-to-flop masterpiece of awfulness, turns out to be the biggest hit on the Great White Way! Location: 6th Street Playhouse, GK Hardt Theater,  52 W. 6th Street Time: See website for showtimes and tickets

"The Producers," featuring Jeff Coté as Leo Bloom, Matlock Zumsteg as Max Bialystock (pictured back, L to R) and April Krautner (pictured, front) as Ulla, their "secretary-slash-receptionist."

June 16th, Saturday- Tombstone Dedication. The public is invited to attend the dedication of the stone for Santa Rosa’s First Mayor. Edward Neblett and his wife, Anne Jane, are buried in the Rural Cemetery and were without a grave marker until now.  Mayor Neblett served 1876-1878 and was born in 1819 an died in 1907. Sixteen former mayors made the donations to purchase this stone. Location: Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery located at Franklin & Monroe Streets Time: 10 a.m. Meet at Franklin Gate

June 17th– Santa Rosa Pug Play Day – Precious Pugs meet to socialize and perhaps snort on the 3rd  Sunday of every month. For more information contact lhoward@sonic.net Location: DeTurk Round Barn dog park, 819 Donahue Street Time: 10 a.m

School of Drama – Summer Session and Summer Production Workshops. Do you need a bit of drama in your life? 6th St. Playhouse has workshops for Youth ( ages 8-16), Teens (ages 13-19) and adults. Register Now. For more information, please contact:  Craig Miller, Director of Education at 523-4185 ext. 103, or by email at craig@6thstreetplayhouse.com 6th Street Playhouse

The Wineyard now offering SRJC’s Shone Farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program. Only 30 spots available! Sign up now for June 14th pick up at  The Wineyard. Each week for 10 weeks Shone Farm will deliver a box of organic produce just for you along with a culinary item and recipes. In addition to the CSA subscription offered, Shone Farm wines, “Shone Grown” olive oil and beef jerky are all currently available at The Wineyard. See attached flyer for details and call Chris in the tasting room today at (707)595-1488 for sign-up info! Facebook

The Wineyard is a West End Neighborhood Sponsor

Neighborhood Watch is the most effective and least expensive tool for ensuring the safe environment that we all want for our families. This is homeowner’s insurance that works!Do you have a crime to report? Post it on our Facebook page so the whole neighborhood hears about it. http://www.facebook.com/groups/45503934491

Artist and Performers : Are you a West End performer, artist or other talented individual? Don’t be shy! Share your performance dates and events with the neighborhood. We want to support you. Contact Lea Barron-Thomas at  westend @sonic.net