Latest Event Updates
Sonoma County Springs area Municipal Advisory Council meetings occur every third Tuesday at the Springs Hall starting at 6:30. This is a great way to participate in our community, with a chance to speak with public comment at the beginning of each meeting. The Springs MAC is completing preliminary planning and education activities in defining the scope and mission of the commission. To find out more, see: https://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Springs-Municipal-Advisory-Council/
This Sunday, April 14th, 9:am – 11:30am, the best community breakfast around is back at the Springs Hall!
Local Chef extraordinaire Sean Paxton will again be helping to create a memorable event, this time with a special recipe lemon ricotta pancake that will help us shake away the lingering winter and Spring into Spring!!!
The Springs Hall popular Pancake Breakfast returns SuperBowl Sunday Feb 3, 9: – 11:30am
We have an amazing menu with help from local Chef extraordinaire Sean Paxton.
Find out about Sean’s cooking passion here: https://www.homebrewchef.com/
You may not be a football fan, but you can still get a big-league breakfast, see you there!
Sunday December 9th – A holiday market, with local crafts and farm products from 9:30am-2:30pm
Followed up with our Holilday party/Mixer 2:30-6:30 with hot soup and bread from the kitchen and a potluck meal,
with music from Sonoma’s Adam Traum and plenty of Holiday cheer
To find out more and to request a space to sell, contact Ariel Osborne at email@example.com
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.