SPRING GUIDE #1 What’s UP & Events March 16, 2019

Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner & Celebration

Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Norwe- gian Folk Dancers with the Corned Beef and Cabbage is offered by Freya Lodge Sons of Norway in Santa Rosa on March 16th at 5 PM.


event takes place at Nor- way Hall, 617 W. 9th Street in Santa Rosa. Cost for non -members

$27, are Grieg

$22 and children 8-14 $10. Reservations

members required

at Nordahl


will perform and teach in traditional

Norwegian cos-

tumes. Come join the fun and enjoy a delicious dinner!

March 2 & 3



Located in the dining room at 1050 3rd Street, Santa Rosa. Cross street Pierce.

8 am to 3 pm Saturday and Sunday, March 2nd and 3rd. Cookware, jewelry, arts & craſts, fishing gear,

cameras, electronics, beads, tools, refreshments and other treasures!

Grandma’s Farm Fresh Duck & Chicken Eggs For Sale!

Sonoma County, CA. ~ Join us Saturday, March 9, as we hike many of the interior trails of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. Please meet at the White Barn lot at 9:45 AM for a prompt 10 AM departure. This 6.5 mile moderately

strenuous hike

will have an elevation gain of 1400 feet and last approxi- mately four hours. Lunch will be at the intersection of Gray Pine and Brushy Peaks Trails and should offer spectacular views. Wear weather appro- priate clothing, bring a lunch and water, and remember we hike rain or shine.

Bill & Dave Hikes are spon- sored by Sonoma County Re- gional Parks, California State Parks, Jack London Park Part- ners, Team Sugarloaf, and the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council. For more information, contact me at 833-6288, Dave at 539- 8847, and visit our website at This May we will be cele- brating 19 years of leading free monthly hikes in Sonoma County, and we plan to offi- cially “retire” by our 20th an- niversary hike. We’re actively searching for our successors and will gladly provide them with training, support, our e- mail list, and monthly hike verbiage. We’ll also continue hiking with the group as long as we’re able.

Please con-

Brown Chicken Eggs and Duck Eggs are here!

$5.00/per 1/2 doz. (Duck eggs) and $5.00 per dozen (brown chicken eggs) 17740 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg 707-293-5750

tact us if you would like to be a part of keeping the tradi- tion alive. More than 10,000 hikers have joined us over the years.

Some return only

until they’ve become ac- quainted with our local parks, while others have been hiking with us regularly for 18 years.

Pg 14 • March 2019 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. “No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care” ~Theodore Roosevelt March 16, 2019

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