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|2019-04-26Apr 26, 2019
The 5th annual family day is Saturday, May 11th, 11am to 4pm. ccording to Supervisor David Rabbitt, “following approval by a majority of the Board, (on April 2, to approve the agreement with SMART for the installation of the quad gates), Transportation and Public Works will issue the notice to proceed and start construction. Crane Creek Regional Park on a ranger-led tour titled “Can I Eat This? This year, the Service to Seniors Award went to Anne and Paul Greenblatt, founders of the nonprofit Village Network of Petaluma in 2014.
|2019-03-29Mar 29, 2019
Roland Mellor and his talented volunteers will cook a special Dinner of polenta and stew, with green salad, French bread and dessert. The 320-acre ranch has been home to poultry, dairy, and Lee now has Angus beef and dry land farming of oats and silage. Rancher Lee Brians' 320-acre ranch has been home to poultry, dairy, and Lee now has Angus beef and dry land farming of oats and silage. Read about a pictorial and history of Petaluma just published: “On a River Winding Home”.
|2019-02-27Feb 27, 2019
Let’s learn a little more about those crazy flashing lights at the odd traffic signal at the Main Street / Woodward railroad crossing. First: when the railroad crossing “crossbuck” lights are flashing, the bells are ringing, and the gates are descending, get outta there! A train is near! Legally, while red lights are flashing at a railroad crossing, the roadway is closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. This is an unconditional stop and wait signal, not a proceed with caution signal. Common sense and the CA vehicle codes dictate that you stop your vehicle short of crossing gates, and wait behind the double white line while railroad crossing signals are active. When a train is past, wait until the gates are fully vertical and crossbuck flashing lights are turned off, before proceeding through the crossing.
|2019-01-29Jan 29, 2019
The surprising gifts of later life are the subject of a free public program on Saturday, February 23, from 2–4 p.m. at the Petaluma Library, 100 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma. Dr. Susan Stewart will discuss her research and recently published work, Winter’s Graces: The Surprising Gifts of Later Life. The event is hosted by the nonprofit Village Network of Petaluma. Drawing on folklore, recent research, the world’s wisdom traditions and the experience of elders themselves, Professor Stewart will describe a balanced and heartening view of age that acknowledges its challenges and celebrates its many gifts.
|2018-12-26Dec 26, 2018
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World Music, June 15 - PRIDE, June 23
June 19-23, 2019
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