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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Gatsby Gala

When:   Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Where:  The Historic McDonald Mansion in Santa Rosa
Time:     5:30-10pm
Dress:   1920's attire encouraged

On September 21st, 2013 NAMI Sonoma County is planning the 1st Annual Gatsby Gala Fundraiser. This event will take place at the outdoor gardens of the historic McDonald Mansion in Santa Rosa. The evening will go from 5:30 to 10pm and will include dinner by Our Lady Grace Catering and Confections, music by The Local Honey Swing Band, dancing and other entertainment as well as a silent auction. 
We also invite you to join us in our fundraising efforts this year by attending, becoming a valued sponsor and/or donating to our event.

Find more information:
call NAMI 707.527.6655

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Friday, January 25, 2013

Friday February 15, 3:00pm to Saturday February 16, 11:45pm Santa Rosa, CA
Big ol’ Hootenanny Bash at the Arlene Francis Center!
From 3pm to midnight on 2/15 and 2/16!
Friday February 15, 3:00pm to Saturday February 16, 11:45pm
18 of the best acts from the North Bay and Greater Bay Area!
Arlene Francis Center
99 6th Street
10 - 25 dollars (follow the link)Ticket Link
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Non-stop music from 3pm-midnight, rain or shine! What better way to spend Valentine's weekend...?
This is one of the North Bay Hootenanny's infamous parties at the Arlene Francis Center! Ask a friend, if you haven't heard of them yet...!
It will be two days of family-friendly, music-filled joy with your community. Featuring a showcase of some of the best North Bay acts, warm food, drink, a kids' area, dance lessons, and a jam room for us all to play in.
This weekend will also feature free couples dance lessons from 6:30-8:00, and a kids' area from 3:00-6:00! Bring an instrument to jam in the later hours!
$15 one day ticket for adults, $25 for two days
$10 for students/seniors, $15 for two days
Kids 12 and under are FREE
And you can always VOLUNTEER to get in FREE!
Here is the schedule...
FRIDAY, the 15th
Saloon Stage
3:30... Chris Grabill
4:30... Tony Gibson
5:30... The Leftovers
6:30... T Luke and the Tight Suits
7:30... The Orchid Killers
8:30... Mr. December
9:30... The Easy Leaves
10:30... Les Trois Coups (from France)
11:30... Les Bons Temps
The Barn Stage
6:00... Driftwood
7:00... Sally Haggard Band
8:00... The Last Buffalo
9:00... Jill Cohn Band
10:00... Under the Radar
11:00... David Luning Band
SATURDAY, the 16th
Saloon Stage
3:30... Brett Fenex
4:30... Jon Gonzales String Band
5:30... Coyote Slim
6:30... Sean Carscadden and Marty O'Reilly
7:30... Little Lost Boys
9:15... The T Sisters
10:15... The Local Honey Swing Band
11:15 Travis Hendrix and the Blessed Moonshiners
Barn Stage
6:00... Rags
7:00... Les Trois Coups
8:00... Girls & Boys
9:00... Misner & Smith
10:00... Frankie Boots and the County Line
11:00... John Courage and the Great Plains

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Green Music Center

A "Roaring" Celebration

Friday, October 5, 2012 - 7 PM
Evert and Norma Person Lobby and Weill Hall
Green Music Center


Vintage cars and smiling greeters will let you know you've arrived at the party of the year. Breeze through registration and be greeted by waiters offering Manhattans, martinis, fine wines and a copious flow of gourmet hors d'oeuvres.

Join in the fun and fundraising and gamble for good, and every dollar spent will bring music education to the children of Sonoma County. The top winning players will each be named as underwriter of a youth musician's chair during the 2012-2013 season, with their generosity recognized at youth performances.

A special performance provided by the "Class of Brass" youth ensemble will inspire you to open your wallets for a rousing and rewarding "Paddle Raise for Education."

The concert portion of our Roaring Celebration will feature the Manasse Nakamatsu Duo, comprised of clarinetist Jon Manasse and pianist Jon Nakamatsu. Coast to coast touring and a 2008 debut joint CD caused the New York Times reviewer to exclaim: "Mr. Nakamatsu's playing is as meltingly beautiful as Mr. Manasse's. The recording is impeccable, capturing such disparate instrument in full color and a lifelike perspective." The Duo will perform new ragtime and classical favorites.

Our "roaring" evening will conclude with coffee, dessert, an 85th Anniversary champagne toast, and dance music by Local Honey Swing Band. So many reasons to join the Symphony's fun-loving, music-loving community on Friday, October 5!