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|2019-04-28Apr 28, 2019
The Graton Green West is opening June 2nd, starting at 4:00. Jennifer Kruzmar from the Open Space district will be speaking, and we have invited our supervisor Lynda Hopkins to help us celebrate. Both leaders were very helpful in helping us receive a grant for the purchase of the property between Edison, Bowen and Shirley Streets, just 1/2 block off Graton Road. (I say Graton Green West because all the Green won't be ready for us to open until later in the year. We're opening the west side bordered by Bowen & Shirley Streets on the June 2nd opening day.)
|2019-03-28Mar 28, 2019
This spring’s theme of ‘Life’s a Beach’ presents wonderful floral displays depicting the beauty of the seaside. There will be a huge plant sale including hundreds of tomato and other veggie starts, succulents, perennials, drought-tolerant plants and others. Also available are handmade novelties and recycled treasures, a raffle, and garden art. A $10 lunch is served both days from 11-2 with coffee, tea and desserts available all day. Live local music.
|2019-02-20Feb 20, 2019
Habitat for Humanity will be moving forward with a two-home build in Graton. This project is a part of Green Valley Village. The build will be starting in the Spring and expected to finish in the fall. They do still have a large funding gap so donated, or discounted labor and materials will be needed to help finish this project. also, don't miss the Exciting Fundraiser for Equipment at Graton Green Park on March 23. Graton Green TEXAS HOLD’EM Park Equipment Fundraiser Card Tournament.
|2019-02-05Feb 5, 2019
Graton residents voice their concerns about a plan to merge their town's sanitation district with the neighboring Occidental sanitation district. At present, Occidental's wastewater is ported through downtown Graton to the Sonoma County Airport for treatment.
|2019-02-01Feb 1, 2019
George and Lisa Milo have been very hard at work restoring the old Fire Station building. Originally built in 1950 and 1965 much of the buildings shell has succumbed to rot and must be replaced. It is a huge undertaking with the additional challenge of maintaining the building’s historical architecture and history. Thankfully, all this hard work and investment has done nothing to discourage or diminish their vision for a beautiful space that families can enjoy.
|2018-12-27Dec 27, 2018
The County Supervisors voted to protect the Joe Rodota trail by making its classification the same as all other trails in Sonoma County determining that they are not just transportation corridors. They agreed that it is a “linear park” thereby qualifying for the 1000ft setbacks for cannabis cultivation.
Please support our sponsors:
Cloverdale Performing Arts
707-894-3222, or at the door if available.
Check for shows coming up in June:
World Music, June 15 - PRIDE, June 23
June 19-23, 2019
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