Nature lovers looking to kick off 2017 with a good deed might consider volunteering to plant redwood seedlings for Forest Unlimited’s annual reforestation project.
This year, the group will plant seedlings Friday and Saturday, January 6th and 7th, at St. Dorothy’s Rest in Camp Meeker, a protected 580-acre retreat center originally intended for terminally ill children to spend time in a healing environment of a “magical” forest community. Most of the land that was acquired recently had been badly logged. The redwood planting will help reforest these areas.
The City of Sebastopol received approval from CalTrans to move forward with four color-coded, self-guided walking tours. Created by Cittaslow Sebastopol as part of the City’s Park-Once-And-Walk campaign, three of the walks take visitors from the Plaza to local attractions and back:
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See the list of ongoing events at the bottom of this page.
If the title Titanic, the Musical conjures images in your head of life vest clad passengers tap dancing their way into lifeboats or a Nathan Lane-voiced singing iceberg, you’ve seen way too many Disney musicals. Thankfully, the Tony Award winning Peter Stone/Maury Yeston show takes a decidedly more serious approach in telling the tale of the world’s most infamous nautical disaster by focusing on the (mostly-true) human stories of those on board and, through them, touches on issues of class, greed, and hubris that Disney wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot trident. The end result is a highly entertaining, surprisingly emotional evening of grand musical theatre.