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|2019-04-30Apr 30, 2019
West County Health Centers is hosting a one-day workshop in late May to develop collective understanding and narratives around the topic of community opioid addiction. The process will be engaging and highly interactive with a goal of creating a shared understanding of the underlying forces, and specific areas of potential impact.
|2019-04-26Apr 26, 2019
|2019-03-02Mar 2, 2019
The County of Sonoma will host a community meeting on Sunday, March 3, to discuss the impacts of recent storms and share information on how to get started with the recovery process. The meeting will be 2 to 4 p.m. at El Molino High School, 7050 Covey Road, Forestville.
|2019-02-27Feb 27, 2019
What sets North Bay Donate apart? They don’t throw $200 at a survivor and move on. They spend countless hours of delivering items to survivors all over Northern California, sit and hold their hands, listen to people’s stories, hug, cry and just be silent with them. They are 7 fires in… Butte County alone will take a minimum of 2 years to rebound; possibly up to 5. These volunteers are in it for the long haul. 80% of their volunteers are survivors who are now giving back. “We’ve gone full circle; we are proof that it is possible!” While Jamie is here handling the flood intake coordinating and donations, Patti is handling the fire survivors. She loads up her truck and drives to Oroville, Red Bluff, Paradise, Redding, Chico, you name it, spending countless hours with people, offering anything she is capable of giving.
|2019-02-26Feb 26, 2019
The Guerneville Regional Library really has a LOT of groovy stuff happening!! Every Saturday from 1-2pm is Read to a Dog….what a BRILLIANT idea! This program is where beginning readers, read to a therapy dog, to help those reluctant readers gain confidence and improve their reading skills. Also, don’t forget that every Wednesday there is FREE Homework Help from 3:30-5:30 for grades K-12 at the library as well.
|2019-02-21Feb 21, 2019
It's a big deal on The River. The Lower Russian River area has wanted a voice of influence at the Board of Supervisors and now, thanks to Fifth District Supervisor Lynd Hopkins, the first public meeting will be held February 25 at Guerneville Elementary School. The public is welcome and encouraged to be involved in making decisions about the present and future of the Lower River Communities which extend from Forestville to Cazadero/Duncans Mills.
|2019-01-31Jan 31, 2019
Hey there all of you groovy readers out there! Yes, that’s right….the Guerneville Groove is back! Thank you to Stephen Gross for stepping up and producing the Eclectic Guerneville column in my absence; we thoroughly appreciated your writing! Now let’s jump right in to what is happening in our groovy Community! Guerneville Library Help is a free program for students K-12 to receive free homework help in all subjects. It is available on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30. Help your students build confidence & get better grades! Brought to you by the Sonoma County Library. Russian River Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, grant application cycle, opens February 1st.
|2018-12-28Dec 28, 2018
As remote and laid back as Guerneville might seem, it has been touched occasionally by “heavy hitters” who barely caused a ripple.
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World Music, June 15 - PRIDE, June 23
June 19-23, 2019
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