Veteran’s Day Pancake Breakfast!
Sunday, November 11, 8-11:00 am
$12 Individual, $6 children under 12, under 6 free
Also free for Vets, 2018 Springs Hall members, and new members
Everyone is invited to attend the Veteran’s Day pancake breakfast at the Sonoma Springs Community Hall (formerly known as the Grange). Join your neighbors in an event that is always fun and filling. Take the opportunity to join or renew your membership, $45 for an individual or $65 for a couple of family. People who join or renew at the breakfast eat free, as do veterans. See you there!
Artist Randy Sue Collins, original creator of the Springs Hall mural along with Michael Acker, at work renovating.
The impact of sun, soot, and water have made this a regular event for this popular community mural.
Friday, August 10th
JEWS BLUES & SUFI – JAZZ MEETS RAGA – A Love Battle of the Cultures
SUKHAWAT ALIKAHN – EARL BLUE – STEVE SHAIN – GURDEEP HIRA SINGH plus special guests
FRIDAY AUGUST 10TH Doors 7p Music and Dancing 8p
At the Sonoma Springs Community Hall 18627 Sonoma Hwy Boyes Hot Springs
$10 Advance, $15 at the door. Call Ken at 707-938-8623 or email email@example.com
‘An exquisite blend of Improvised music of the spiritual East and the freedom of the Jazz groove. Be prepared for a new open interpretation of a groovy Nivana, be prepared to OHM and be FLeklempt!”
Beer, wine, coffee tea and healthy soft drinks and cookies ADA compliant
Spring Up Market at the Springs Hall Sunday April 29th 9:-1:, with plant starts, local agricultural products, and excellent food from the Divewalk Cafe!
Come out and commune with your neighbors, check out your local Hall, and become a member!
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!