Nov 30, 2018
by Lorene Romero, Sharp Tongued Consulting
We are Sonoma STRONG! Because of the Chico fires there were a couple of weeks in November that had lots of Windsor residents wearing their N95 face masks to protect themselves from the smoke. As much as we would have preferred to forget the horrific fires from 2017s, it is a reminder about how precious life is and the importance of continuing moving forward and continuing to enjoy life and having fun.
Windsor has lots of events and fun happenings to keep a smile on everyone’s face. Here are some of the exciting things happening in Windsor for December…
There is a new restaurant on the Town Green, located on the corner of McClelland and Market Street, the name is KS Tian Yuen and it is Asian Cuisine. On Monday, December 10th, they will have their grand opening with a ribbon cutting with the Windsor Chamber of Commerce. To help celebrate from 12-2 pm they will be having a special event and having $10 lunches. All the money will be donated to the Windsor High School Vineyard Academy. Come join in their celebration and support the WVA program!
You are invited to help celebrate the release of our 2016 Windsor Jaguar Old Vine Zin. The Vineyard Academy, Windsor High School’s Hospitality Program, would like to invite friends and family to celebrate the newest vintage of their wine.
Come taste their newest 2016 release, as well as those from 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Partake in appetizers prepared by the Vineyard Academy’s
Culinary classes; play bocce ball and have a good time.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Taft Street Winery
2030 Barlow Lane, Sebastopol California
The annual tree lighting event will be held on Thursday December 6th on the Town Green from 5-8 pm. Included in these festivities are various food vendors, a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus, horse drawn carriages and holiday music. This free event will be fun for all.
Parking during the Tree Lighting event:
There will be parking available for $10 in the parking lot on Old Redwood Highway. It will be lighted and secure and all funds raised for parking will benefit the Kiwanis Key Club students. Please remember there is no parking allowed in the Bell Village parking lot during events. Please come support your Kiwanis Key Club students.
People 4 Parks presents the 10th annual Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Grove. From December 6-January 1 there will be over 200 Charlie Brown Trees on the town Green with snow fall nightly, from 5:30 & 7:30 pm.
The last Windsor Farmers Market of the season is December 9th, 10-1, Rain or Shine. (If raining look for us set up under the Library Front Porch.)
Join us for Community Stone Soup on December 9th at 11 am. Bring a veggie to throw in the pot.
Thank you for supporting your local farmers and food producers this season in Windsor!
Windsor Prayer Shall Ministry:
December 1, 9am -2 pm
Christmas Boutique Bake Sale
Vinecrest Senior Apartments Community Center
Rummage Sale, Bake ale and hand made Jewelry and handbags
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 -2:00pm - 3:00pm
Sonoma County Reads-Book Discussion of Kindred, by Octavia Butler
Friday, December 21, 2018 -2:00pm - 2:45pm
How the Grinch Stole Christmas-Story & Crafts
1st and 3rd Monday of every Month, 6:30pm
Let's Talk: English Conversation Circle- Drop in for verbal practice of English conversation and grammar in a small-group setting with a trained class facilitator.
For the first couple of weeks in December the Windsor Kiwanis Toy Give-Away and Marine Toys for Tots will have drop of sites all over town. Places include the Windsor Chamber of Commerce and the Police department. Please drop off unwrapped toys for various age groups. Please be generous so all children can have a happy holiday.
We would also like to welcome the newly elected Town Council members Esther Lemus, Dominic Foppoli and Sam Salmon. Our new School Board Trustees are Stephanie Ahmad, Rich Carnation and Eric Heitz.
We hope everyone has a safe and warm holiday and a joyous New Year.
Lorene Romero and Gayle Walz
To reach us, please feel free to email Lorene@mac.com
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