A Month with Plenty to do!
Spring is in the air. Take a look at all of the events taking place this month in Santa Rosa as well as elsewhere in the county.
March 11 – Arbor Day Tree Planting Party. Attend this Park-A-Month volunteer program event aimed at giving back to the environment. Tools and refreshments will be provided and a special prize giveaway will be awarded to a few lucky winners. Santa Rosa. Details: https://srcity.volunteerhub.com/Events/Event/Summary.aspx?EventID=3640734.
March 24 – LGBT Senior Welcome Reception. Come support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors and increase elders’ access to social services for healthy aging. Santa Rosa. Details: City of Santa Rosa Recreation and Parks Department at (707) 543-3737.
Elsewhere in the county:
March 4 – Miss Sonoma County & Teen Competition. The Miss Sonoma County Scholarship Organization is proud to present some of the most amazingly talented, intelligent, and motivated contestants from throughout Sonoma County taking stage at the Spreckels Performing Arts Center.Tickets are only $25 for adults, $20 for students and $12 for children under 12 years of age and may be purchased at the door. All proceeds support future educational scholarships for our contestants. 7-9:30pm at Spreckels Performing Arts Center, 5409 Snyder Ln, Rohnert Park.
March 6 – Epicurean Escape, Monte Rio Supper Club – See old friends, meet new ones at the Monte Rio Supper Club. This month, Epicurean Escape, with music by Jen Tucker. Bring your own beverage. $15, small plate/kids $5. 6 -9p, Monte Rio Community Center, 20488 Highway 116, Monte Rio. mrrpd.org/monteriocommunitycenter.
March 7 – Call for Literary Works – The Art of Gastronomy II. Sign up and celebrate some of Sonoma County’s food and wine industries in a unique and artistic two month-long presentation. Healdsburg. Details: http://healdsburgcenterforthearts.org/art-of-gastronomy-ii/.
March 18 – Book Launch at Copperfield’s: Triangle. Enjoy this book launch from two of today’s most talented picture book creators. Petaluma. Details at: http://www.copperfieldsbooks.com/event/kids-book-launch-party-jon-klassen-mac-barnett.
March 21 –Jiggs & Maggie Benefit for Education – Dino is cooking up a traditional corned beef & cabbage dinner with all the trimmings! Benefit for Geyserville area schools. Oddfellows Hall, Geyserville. Details: diavolapizzeria.com/news/jiggs-maggie-benefit-for-education-321.
Have a wonderful March!