Thanks all who came out to our first Breakfast in quite a while, we will be back soon, early February likely!!!
Come on out this Sunday 9: am for a delicious breakfast in the Springs!
A long tradition for this Hall and the surrounding community, the pancake breakfast is a great time to get together with your friends and neighbors at your local Community Hall! Become a member, participate, and make what is already a vibrant, active Hall even better!
After what seems like years of discussion, we finally were able to get barn doors up between the main hall and kitchen. They will allow for more privacy between events in the Hall and kitchen activities, keep noise down etc. This would not have been done without the skilled assistance of local volunteer extraordinaire Brad Bacon and the amazing shop and advice of our local muse Jack Lundgren. Also a shout out to Parker Bacon for putting in solid time in getting these doors hung!
Following the devastating fires that began nearly a month ago, the Springs Hall, in partnership with local chef extraordinaire Sheana Davis of Epicurean Connection, agreed to a two week run as an emergency food distribution center. Food was donated by local and regional chefs, as well as by Facebook corporations kitchen, and provided, literally, thousands of meals over this two week period. This allowed for another opportunity to show the service of the Hall to our community in a time of need. Thank you Sheana, Facebook, all the chefs, and the amazing group of volunteers!!! Together we will recover and rebuild.
Now that our renovation is virtually complete (new roof still to come, though), and we’re open for business, it’s time to renew your membership or join for the first time. Membership is $45.00 annually, with a couples rate of $65.00. Your money goes to a good cause — keeping this historic structure open and useful for the Springs community.
It’s easy to do. Just download this PDF file, print it, fill it out, and send it in. You will be glad you did.
Please join us in the newly renovated Sonoma Springs Community Hall (the former Sonoma Valley Grange) this Friday for an open house.
Our wonderful Community Hall volunteers prepared a delicious lunch for the Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley at their March meeting, showing off the “Sonoma Springs Community Hall.”
The Rotary Club donated $20,000 through their community grant process, which helped pay for the new commercial kitchen in the hall. Rotary President Jon Parker presented the Springs Community Hall President Seth Dolinsky with the plaque naming the kitchen “The Rotary Kitchen.”
This community space is made possible by all the volunteers who donate their time, energy and skills into making this a local resource that is available for meetings, classes and a whole lot more!