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Family Jam

Family Jam
All ages welcome!
Saturday, September 9 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Bring instruments and percussion, or use ours.
Suggested donation $10
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797 Call/Text
4910 Sonoma Hwy Ste. C
Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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Family Jam

Family Jam
All ages welcome!
Saturday, September 9 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Bring instruments and percussion, or use ours.
Suggested donation $10
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797 Call/Text
4910 Sonoma Hwy Ste. C
Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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Family Jam

Family Jam
All ages welcome!
Saturday, September 9 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Bring instruments and percussion, or use ours.
Suggested donation $10
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797 Call/Text
4910 Sonoma Hwy Ste. C
Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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Family Jam

Family Jam
All ages welcome!
Saturday, September 9 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Bring instruments and percussion, or use ours.
Suggested donation $10
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797 Call/Text
4910 Sonoma Hwy Ste. C
Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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Family Jam

Family Jam
All ages welcome!
Saturday, September 9 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Bring instruments and percussion, or use ours.
Suggested donation $10
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797 Call/Text
4910 Sonoma Hwy Ste. C
Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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How a Thank You Note Made Me More Thankful

Today I received a thank you note from a woman who lost everything in the Wine Country fires. Minutes before receiving her thank you note, it struck me how tired I was and that my body was literally aching from lack of sleep. This fatigue had caused me to spend very little time with my […]

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4 Ways You Can Help Victims of Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Happens to Everyone Regardless of your race, gender, or socioeconomic status, domestic violence is possible. On average, 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner every minute in the United States. One in three women, and one in four men, have experienced some form of abuse in their lifetime. Chances are that […]

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SantaRosaLoveBlog

Santa Rosa Love: Come for a Day {or Stay Forever} in our Sleepy Little City

This content is sponsored, all opinions expressed within are our own. The true center of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, does not get a lot of love. What Healdsburg has on it’s town square, or Petaluma has on it’s river, Santa Rosa simply does not. Surrounded by “small town charm” on all sides makes our little […]

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Opening Reception for “Unpacked” and Welcome to New Executive Director, Jeff Nathanson

Join us as we open our new art exhibition, Unpacked: Contemporary Works From Private Collections of Napa and Sonoma Counties, and welcome our new Executive Director, Jeff Nathanson.

Unpacked celebrates the great art brought together by the philanthropists and patrons of Northern California. The exhibit features more than twenty artists who have inspired established collectors to build private museums and gift their artworks to regional institutions. Unpacked examines collector Howard Rachofksy’s focus on Korean minimalism of the 1960s and 70s. It presents portraiture as the subject of Eric and Debbie Green’s interest in American painting. Also featured are selections from younger collectors with more eclectic tastes. Works by Chung Chang-Sup, Alice Neel, Henry Taylor, Jonas Wood, and Lee Ufan are on view from September 17 – November 26, 2017.

Jeff Nathanson was a veteran arts administrator and curator from Princeton, New Jersey. Before Nathanson went to work for the Arts Council of Princeton, he served as a special projects curator for the Princeton University Art Museum and director-president of the International Sculpture Center in Hamilton, New Jersey. From 1991 to 2000, he was executive director of the Richmond Arts Center in Richmond, California.

Light appetizers and cash bar.

Event Sponsor receives recognition in the Museum’s marketing materials. Event sponsorships are fully tax-deductible.

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