Posts Tagged ‘community’

David Best’s “Art Cow”

David Best's “Art Cow”

A Community Art Project by David Best “Why I feel I’ve been successful, __________ is that everyone’s opinion counts” — David Best Bring your Tchotchkes, small toys, gewgaws, knickknacks, baubles, favors, trinkets, kitsch, do-dads & ephemera

Stone Soup for all

Stone Soup for all

Kay Baumhefner will bring to life the inspiring Stone Soup legend of cooperation by gathering together just enough contributions from the generous vegetable gardens and participating farmers to fill and light the fire under our empty pot in the CornerStone village square barn. By the end of the afternoon we can meet up, where Kay [...]

Volunteer’s Needed

Volunteer’s Needed

The days events are all community driven, all the participants will join in to make the day take form but there are a few areas where we’d love to get a few people to help before the day begins. If you’d like to lend a helping hand please let us know by clicking the link [...]

Visit The Gardens Of Cornerstone

Visit The Gardens Of Cornerstone

If you’ve never visited Cornerstone Gardens before then you’re in for a treat. Located at the southern gateway to Sonoma and Napa Valleys, on the east side of Highway 121 just before the Carneros Junction, Cornerstone Sonoma features three distinctive wine tasting venues, a handful of gracious home and garden shops and galleries, and a [...]

The meaning of “&”

The meaning of “&”

It’s been almost 4 years since my family and I moved to Petaluma, trading in our city life for a place with breathing room. Sonoma captivated us, though at the time, it was hard to pinpoint the exact source of its appeal. Without knowing its formal history we could instantly sense its uniqueness. Each time [...]