Avow (written by Bill C. Davis and directed by Buzz Bense and John Rowan) is about the human struggle to make and to keep vows of love and faith. It is set in motion when Brian and Tom ask Father Raymond, their parish priest whom they greatly admire for his radical views, to bless their […]
Come join the Friends of Rio Nido this Saturday at 11am in the Rio Nido Home Owners Association park. We’ll keep you up date on what’s going on around our neighborhood and help plan our community activities for the next few months. Need more information? Check us out online here.
Reserve your table for the Rio Nido Arts and Crafts Festival August 7 from 10am-3pm. All arts and crafts welcome–including literary arts and music. If you’d like to participate email a firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or you can call 869-8284. And don’t miss the Rio Nido Homeowners Association breakfast from 9am-12pm.
Fire Safe Sonoma’s Chippers Ahoy! Project provides free chipper service to Sonoma County residents engaged in making their property more wildfire safe. In the event of a wildfire, having 100 feet or more of defensible space has been clearly demonstrated to help save homes. Likewise, thinning vegetation on access roads can make […]
Bald Eagle by Beverly Bird (acrylic on panel)
June 4-5 and 11-12 brings Sebastopol Center for the Arts and Art at the Source to western Sonoma County for their annual open studio tour. Rio Nido artists include painters Beverly & Patty Bird, printmaker Caren Caterall, and glass artist Rebecca Lichau showing at 16369 Main St., […]