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Friday, September 07, 2018
Alexander Valley Film Society receiving check. Pictured is Keren Colsten, Aaron Krug, Tom Nelson, Tod Hill, Kathryn Hecht, Brian Sommer, Holly Fox, and Jason Farmer. As a condition of approval when renewing the Healdsburg Tourism Improvement Assessment District earlier this year, the City Council required that 22.5% of the 2% assessment charged by hotels on lodging stays, be dedicated to more
Categories: General News Article, Non-Profit, Community, Press Release
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 more
Categories: General News Article, Community, Press Release, Education, Art & Culture
Thursday, August 16, 2018
The team from the American Institute of Architects came to the High School Gymnasium on Monday August 13 and invited the community to share their thoughts. They asked these questions: Where do you live and where do you work? Healdsburg is __ ? As we change and grow, what characteristics do we want to protect, and what do we want to change? In 20 years, if Healdsburg succeeds, what is the more
Categories: General News Article, Press Release, Community
Wednesday, August 01, 2018
Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative To access supportive services call: 866.960.6264 The Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative (The Collaborative) is a community-wide initiative committed to mental health recovery care for wildfire survivors. Everyone affected by the fi res can learn to recognize the signs of distress and access free mental health services to aid short- and long-term coping and more
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