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|2019-02-27Feb 27, 2019
For its latest project, a partnership of Petaluma community service groups retrofitting a decaying community center.
|2019-01-30Jan 30, 2019
The Chabad Jewish Center of Petaluma will host Holocaust survivor Marthe Cohn on Tuesday, February 5, at 7 p.m. at Petaluma’s Santa Rosa Junior College campus, in memory of the 80th anniversary of “Kristallnacht.” Tickets are available at www.jewishpetaluma.com. Kristallnacht was the infamous night in 1938 when Nazis took to the streets of Germany, vandalizing Jewish homes, schools, and businesses, torching synagogues, and arresting and murdering Jews simply for being Jewish. Marthe Cohn’s book “Behind Enemy Lines” is her incredible story of suffering, bravery, and determination through not only the Nazi invasion and occupation of her home country of France, but also her work as a nurse in the Far East after the war, as the Vietnamese and French went to war. Now 98 years old, this event is a chance to meet a living legend, war hero, and proud member of the Jewish community.
|2018-12-26Dec 26, 2018
The heart of the Petaluma area crab feed season starts up in January and continues through until March, ending with a bang at Heidrun Meadery’s incredible feed, run by Chef Matt Elias and Laine Ayre of the Bodega food truck. Keep in mind when attending a crab feed that they are usually the primary fundraisers for area non-profits, are run by volunteers, and often sell out.
|2018-11-30Nov 30, 2018
Amazing Events are in store this holiday season in Petaluma! Hotel Petaluma hosts this gingerbread house event, The Petaluma Museum Association is presenting their New Year’s Eve Gala Concert, Carnegie Library, Kenneth Breisch will present “Andrew Carnegie & the American Public Library Movement” at the historic library and museum and Sky Hill Cultural Alliance, in conjunction with the San Francisco Waltzing Society, presents the fourth annual NYE Viennese Ball.
|2018-10-31Oct 31, 2018
Petaluma’s incredible Veterans Day Parade will be held on Veterans Day, which this year falls on Sun, Nov 11. Recognized as one of the best Veterans Day Parades in the U.S., roughly 40,000 people visit Petaluma to watch and participate in the parade.Veterans Day is held on November 11 to celebrate the end World War I. The Armistice with Germany officially began at the 11th hour or the 11th day or the 11th month in 1918. Although it used to be overserved as Armistice Day, it was renamed in 1954 to Veterans Day, and honors those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
|2018-10-16Oct 16, 2018
Once you’ve experienced the pure genius of StockHome Restaurant in Petaluma, you’ll wonder why there aren’t more family-style Swedish-Mediterranean restaurants in the area.
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