News for Art & Culture

Wednesday, July 03, 2019
Carry a small, electronic book in your pocket with Sonoma County Library’s new portable media players: Playaways. Each device comes preloaded with an audiobook and the library is currently offering more than 110 popular titles, including Spanish selections. The lightweight devices are only a few inches in size and give listeners the freedom and portability to listen to everything, from ...read more
Categories: Community, Press Release, Art & Culture, Member News
Friday, April 05, 2019
The 41st annual Healdsburg Farmers’ Market opens for the season at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 4th. The West Plaza lot will come alive with an abundance of delicious and nutritious bounty, entertainment, education and more.   One of California’s original twenty-two farmers’ markets, the Healdsburg Farmers’ Market opened in July 1978, when the village and surrounding area were strictly ...read more
Categories: Non-Profit, Community, Member News, Art & Culture
Tuesday, April 02, 2019
Your next big discovery in gift giving and art collecting just pulled up at 126 Matheson in Healdsburg. Gallery owner, Kay Young smiles as she tells you “If you are searching for what has not been found before we are your new best friend. Our feel-good shopping experience offers our customers an Optimism Revolution of gift giving.” Sandwiched between Oakville Grocery and Williamson Family wines ...read more
Categories: Art & Culture, Human Interest, Healdsburg Works, Member News
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Your next big discovery in gift giving and art collecting just pulled up at 126 Matheson in Healdsburg. Sandwiched between Oakville Grocery and Williamson Family wines at 126 Matheson, Hopscotch Gifts & Gallery specializes in handcrafted, 100% American Made exceptional gifts and art. Featuring work from all over the country they also proudly exhibit Sonoma County work.  From textiles to glassware, ...read more
Categories: Member News, Art & Culture
Friday, September 07, 2018
Creative Sonoma is offering free teaching artist residencies to Sonoma County schools who have students and/or staff affected by the fires - directly or indirectly. Provided at no cost to public schools in all grades, these residencies use the talents and training of a dynamic group of teaching artists, crafting an experience tailored to each situation. Thirteen of these residencies have been ...read more
Categories: General News Article, Community, Press Release, Education, Art & Culture

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