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SPRING GUIDE #3 Uptown Entertainment


Not Just Another Pretty Face...


May 9, 2019


Sunset Vernal Pools Botanical Field Trip Walk with Sarah Gordon


He’s Part of the Family!


At Western Farm Center you’ll find just about everything you’ll need for your best friend. And, he doesn’t have to sit at home while you shop! Bring your pet in and let him choose things he really likes!


Vaccination clinics every Sunday from 9:30am to 11:30 am


Our fl owers are in too! We have all kinds of seeds to fulfi ll your garden needs!


Save an additional 5% on all dog, cat & caged bird food & supplies with the WFC Rewards Card!


21 West 7th Street • Santa Rosa • 707-545-0721 “Since 1967 we’ve been the favorite place


Farm Center to shop for your pets & farm animals!”


Western


www.westernfarmcenter.com Mon-Sat 8am-5:30pm • Sun 9:30am-4pm


Pg 12 • MAY 2019 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC.


Santa Rosa CA. ~ “Golden hour”, a figurative term for the period just before sun- set, is a great time to explore the blooming vernal pools of the Laguna de Santa Rosa watershed. Vernal pools, or temporary pools of water that provide habitat for dis- tinctive plants and animals, are a unique feature of the Santa Rosa plain. Every year is different for vernal pool flora, which depends on many factors such as timing of rainfall, total amount of rainfall and daytime temperatures, to name a few. $35. 5:30-8:30pm Pre-registration required.www. lagunafoundation.org ~ Allison Titus, Community Education Program Manager, Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation (707) 527-9277 x110, allison@ lagunafoundation.org


May 23, 2019


Santa Rosa CA. ~ “It’s High Time for High Tea? Fun, Col- laborative, Leadership Devel- opment


event from 6-9pm.


We are celebrating influential women in history, as well as learning from four power- ful female leaders on Con- fidence, Facing Fear, Break Throughs, and Dreams. Info and tickets on Eventbrite. Veterans Memorial Building Santa Rosa, 1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 For More Info: Michelle Martin ~ MsMartinPFS@aol.com ~ 707-217-9994, or Sharon at 707-799-6611


who taught me to


believe in me. Antonio Villaraigosa


I got to grow up with a mother


May 10, 2019


Ladies in Leadership Mozart & Mendelssohn for Mothers


Fresh Produce & Natural Foods Join us May 4th!


• Health & Wellness • Bulk Foods • Dried Fruits & Nuts • Sandwiches & Salads


•Organic Fruits & Vegetables


• Gourmet Cheeses • Local Wines


OPEN DAILY 8am-8pm • 1691 Gravenstein Hwy N, Sebastopol www.andysproduce.com


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ The North Bay Sinfonietta, a chamber or- chestra under the auspices of the Santa Rosa Junior College, will present a concert under the di- rection of its Founder/Conductor Cynthia Weichel, on Friday, May 10, 2019 - 7:30 pm at the Church of the Incarnation (550 Mendo- cino Ave.). The concert features tenor soloist Mark Andrew Kratz performing Mozart’s aria Se al labbro mio non credi, Franck’s Panis Angelicus and Dvorak’s Songs My Mother Taught Me. Kratz was recently featured as Canino in Pagliacci (Cinnabar Theater), Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor (Pocket Opera), and as astronaut Alan Shepard in Apollo 14: A Space Opera (International Opera Institute). He was the 2012 tenor soloist for the Kennedy Center’s Messiah Sing-Along with the National Opera Orchestra. Mark has also performed with the Santa Rosa Symphonic Chorus. He holds a Master’s degree in Opera from Binghamton University and a Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from the East- man School of Music. He is a Director for the YMCA/ASES After School Program at Thomas Page Academy in Cotati, and is a faculty member at the Perform- ing Art Institute of Wyoming Seminary (Kingston, PA), a pres- tigious summer institute for high school and college musicians. He has been an Applied Voice teacher at the SRJC for the past three years. Mark’s upcoming performances include the tenor solos in Carmina Burana with the Sonoma County Philhar- monic General admission tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door prior to the concert. In a concert honoring mothers, the first 50 mothers will receive a flower in honor of Mother’s Day. Contact: Cynthia Weichel.


cin- dylou@sonic.net ~ 707.528.8884 Better ingredients, better pizza - it’s not a slogan. It’s a way of life. ~ John Schnatter


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