The talented Petaluma troupe of powerful women who brought you “The Vagina Monologues” last February is proud to present “Powerful Women From Within,” an entirely new and original stage production. This show will take place on Friday, February 19, 2016, at St. John’s Episcopal Church Social Hall located on the corner of 5th Street and C Street. The program will begin at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available online at Brown Paper Tickets – http://bpt.me/2495817 – and at the door.
“Powerful Women From Within” is a diverse assemblage of intriguing, inspirational and empowering individual, partner and group poems, stories, portraits and songs written and performed by the actors. Each woman will perform pieces that exemplify her insight on what uplifts and empowers women. An important objective of this event is to educate and connect the local community with the means to join and serve the greater goal of non-violence and women’s empowerment. To accomplish this objective, an integral part of the evening will be an inclusive networking opportunity and the ability for self-empowerment. Various local women centric organizations will be tabling, providing materials, and engaging participants in discussion and information sharing after the performance.
This production is one of many local events sponsored by Guided to Safety, a Petaluma organization whose mission is to promote healthy relationships through community education and resources for the awareness and prevention of domestic violence, teen dating violence and sexual assault. Contact them at guidedtosafety.org.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an enchanting classical music concert at the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum. You’ll enjoy beautiful compositions by Johannes Brahms, Franz Liszt, Antonin Dvorak, and selected works by Handel, Hindemith, Sheldon, and Thomson. Widely known as the “Carnegie Hall” of Petaluma (built in 1904 as a Carnegie Library), the Petaluma Historical Museum & Library features stunning acoustics in an elegant, neoclassical concert hall.
Performing at this special concert will be Elizabeth Walter & Marilyn Thompson (piano), Judiyaba (cello), Carol Menke (soprano), Eileen Morris (mezzo-soprano), Christopher Trujillo (tenor), and Thomas Hart (bass).
With complimentary wine and cheese, a perfect way to enjoy Valentine’s Day!
In a ABC feature, Michael Finney addresses spending on Valentines Day. He follows a Sonoma County couple who decide how they will spend their time and money for Valentines Day. In this video the couple decides they will shop at Petaluma Ca’s Chick A Boom Vintage shop.
And “Yes” please do spend your Valentines at our great restaurants and enjoy our shops in great historic downtown.
According to the ABC Channel 7 report a Petaluma Ca family said a hoverboard charging inside their home exploded, burst into flames, and sent embers across the room. But luckily nobody was hurt. Here is the video of the recently aired segment. This feature also includes Petaluma Fire Department