Culture Crush, 7 days of Feb. 8
There is the saying—“one man’s trash is another man’s supplementary profits.” For individuals who wish to get in on the free industry economic system, there is the future Spring “Trash to Treasures” Flea Marketplace in Novato. Although the industry by itself doesn’t happen until eventually March 18, programs to offer secondhand items by way of a booth rental at Novato’s Margaret Todd Senior Heart have commenced on a first-come, initially-served foundation. Apps can be downloaded at little bit.ly/trash-treasures and returned to the center at 1560 Hill Rd. This indoor community market place averages more than 200 shoppers and is held rain or glow. For additional information, which includes event facts, get in touch with 415-899-8290 or stop by novatofun.org.
With National Bike Month looming just around the horizon this Could, neighborhood wheels are by now turning when it arrives to bicycle security. The Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition (SCBC) presents an enlightening, security-oriented Sensible Cycling course from 9am to 1pm, Saturday, Feb. 11 at its parking great deal, positioned at 750 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. From lane positioning to equipment ratios, visitors laws and riding etiquette, nationally licensed instructors will give two hours of class instruction and two hrs of on-bike instruction, including talent drills and an instructional bicycle journey to detect and prevent potential dangers. A bicycle in good mechanical problem and a correctly fitted helmet are expected to participate. For a lot more information or to indication up, visit bikesonoma.org/our-work/site visitors-capabilities-101.
Bushtracks Expeditions CEO David Tett relays the tale of the “five brothers”—lions that struggle to endure in the severe desert landscape of the Namib—in his converse, “The Lions of The Namib and Gorillas of Central Africa: The Electricity of Sustainable Journey.” Also included are the distant rainforests in the Congo and Central Africa, property to lowland gorillas, chimps and pink forest elephants, as very well as safari camps and robust micro-economies that add to defending millions of acres of wildlands and support conventional communities. The “living room” type presentation commences at 5:30pm, Wednesday, Feb. 15 in the Fire Lounge of CraftWork, 445 Centre St., Healdsburg. Wine and eats will be furnished by Journeyman Wines and Journeyman Meat Corporation, respectively. Tickets are $40 ($15 for CraftWork associates) and are out there on-line at craftworkhbg.com/crafted-discussions.
The Petaluma Arts Center’s Plan Lounge is ”a collection of surprising conversational pairings” in which 1 speaker hails from the arts and the other does not. The events final a person hour, with each and every speaker presenting for 20 minutes and then the audience ferreting out the connective threads amongst two seemingly disparate topics. The series returns this month with Danielle Stroble, founder of Keller Avenue CoWork, whose chat, “Human Centered: Local community, Lifestyle & Coworking,” is paired with artist Gary McKinnon’s converse, “Art and Technology: Equipment of the Trade.” The chat commences at 7pm, Wednesday, Feb. 22 and is hosted by Barber Lee Spirits, 120 Washington St., Petaluma. Tickets are $15 ($12 for arts center associates) and are readily available at little bit.ly/notion-lounge.
— Daedalus Howell, editor