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He demonstrated with a drum performance as used in the Day of the Dead. Elijah has been performing since childhood and has been making masks for the past seven years, apprenticing with master mask maker Zarco Guerreo in Mesa, Arizona. He is now a student at UCLA and majors in anthropology.
If you missed it, click here for beautiful photos of the exhibition by Jeff Kan Lee. Person of the Month, November Click here to read her story by Griselda Madrigal Lara. Click here for more photos of Alegria by Jeff Kan Lee. Central is the great, green cage by Ruben Guzman, from which 51 winged hearts escape and transform as they rise toward the sky. Louie Perez, band leader, guitarist, vocalist, with wife Patti and daughter Nikki play ethnic music. Here they are playing in Cloverdale for Octoberfest.
October 6, Coming to us from Delicias Chihuahua Mexico, Louie started his career at age 11 playing drums. He has performed with and opened for most major Latin American artists including Freddie Fender.
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Louie's gift of song is a strong asset for the many different languages that the band sings in. He is a Great People Mover! Click here for more photos of the event by Jeff Kan Lee. Click to read story by Griselda Madrigal Lara photo, left. For Sonoma County and the surrounding region, the fires further unveiled the growing social and economic divide, and while the fires did not discriminate, income, geography and documented status will determine the pace of recovery for individuals and families in our region.
Click here for more photos by Jeff Kan Lee. Today Perez is a retired graphic artist and advertising mogul, but he is still a working artist and loves to help young people reach their artistic dreams. Read Creating new art by Cynthia Leung, on page 6. Omar Gallardo , Person of the Month for September, Click here for more photos of Omar by Jeff Kan Lee. Read Connecting people to the land by Craig Davis, on page 6.
Day of the Dead Art. August 8, Fun event for the whole family. August 18, Festival at Montgomery High. Share our cultures, languages, traditions, histories, and bring education and awareness to the community of Sonoma, Napa, Solano and Mendocino Counties. A great opportunity to make contact with members of the local indigenous community and others who work in the fields and in agriculture generally. A variety of indigenous dances from different dances from regions; resource booths; activities for children; traditional indigenous food and much and much more!
August 12, Four summer camps took place at Cook Middle School in the Roseland community. Luther Burbank Center sponsored mariachi, art, science and hip hop camps. No experience needed, and instruments provided at no cost! July 24, Free Festival at Courthouse Square, July 15, She is the first person in her family to graduate from high school and obtain a college degree. That is why I want to share my story because it was with the help and support of my local community that I was able to get this far.
Coyote' s art recently installed in our space. We met the artist, as well as other local artists, Martin Zuniga and Nestor Torres , and had the opportunity to partake in silk-screening our own shirts! Prints of Ever F. Coyote were available for purchase. April 17, The celebration was in Courthouse Square. April 7, Accolades for Coach Riccardo Oliva! Riccardo was selected National Coach of the Year. March 22, Click her e to read story about it on the front page of the April issue of La Voz by Craig Davis.
Angel Gallardo. Tattoo artist Angel Gallardo in his Petaluma studio. March 9, He and his team have a successful business and also serve the community. Biella Elementary School Art Night. Artists from the community work with Biella Elementary families on art projects. February 27, Thanks to Michaele Morales for the caption. We tasted what community and Pozole is all about at a fun, family festive, and cultural night that featured a delicious Mexican soup, Pozole, aguas frescas, the Roseland Elementary Ballet-Folklorico, and much more!
Pozole Night, annual affair at Roseland Elementary School. February 9, For more info about the impact Padres Unidos has in our community click to visit their website. Vigilia para inmigracion en Roseland. Starting January 15th and every Monday after we will be at the Roseland community from 5pm to 7pm to share information about immigration and to support our undocufamilies who are suffering as a result of the attacks by the current administration. Come and support. Will share information with drivers and others and will continue to prepare for the Walkout on March 5th.
January 22, , Click here for more photos by Jeff Kan Lee. There was an opening ceremony hosted by Roseland community members, as well as food, games, music, performances and more! Moorland Community Garden. LandPaths in partnership with Regional Parks of Sonoma County will be managing a new community garden and you can be a part of it. The Moorland Community Garden hosted it's first ever work day and they are seeking plot adopters!
Along with the work day, organizers enjoyed sharing a Kings Cake with the community and they will also have applications for adopting a plot. Come and find out how to adopt your own plot! Contact: landpaths. Posada de Bayer Farm. Posada is a series of 9 traditional fiestas celebration that lead up to the Noche Buena Holy Night , rooted in strong Catholic influences inherited from Spain; slightly similar to the 12 days of Christmas celebrated in some homes throughout the states.
So, as part of the end of the year celebrations Bayer Farm hosted a community Posada for our families, friends and neighbors to come together and build stronger community ties through this beautiful Mexican cultural event. December People's Healing, a free clinic offering services of massage, acupuncture, limpias, herbs and tinctures, meditation, art for children, and political organizing, primarily focused on the communities most impacted by economic, racial, gender and environmental oppression.
Our ancestors have used these cultural medicines for many years, guiding us in this path, and we invite you to participate in these familiar healing sessions. November 18, Roseland Make a Difference Day. Neighborhood residents and the community joined in beautifying the neighborhood. October 28, Dinner at Bayer Farm in Roseland. Dinner was served here by Landpaths volunteers every day during the Sonoma County Firestorm.
This evening, Gary B. Fleener of the geographer's kitchen cooked the meal. Click here for more photos by Ani Weaver. Trunks or Treats! Food, pumpkins, face painting, costumes, music and fun! A great event for the whole family. Drawings, masks, altars, and music. Students honor their family and friends who have passed. Mariana G. Martinez in her Sonoma State University office. Click here to read more about Dra. Students in a visual arts class taught by Lucero Vargas and in a video class taught by Molly Lopez had a reception at the Roseland Community Center to show off their arts projects.
August 10, Raizes Collective Show: Ever Coyote. Everutopia Opening Reception: Artist Ever Coyote from Oaxaca, Mexico, expresses ideas that sometimes are physically impossible but are expressions with colors using multi-media created after awakening from dreams. This exhibit showcases the artists utopic vision of his world while representing a part of his indigenous culture, which is an essential part of Mexico.
July 28, Music and Visual Arts Class. Classes included instructions on the use of graphite pencil, watercolors, self-portrait, basic forms and how to frame their own art work. Art and Mariachi Camps were summer programs for youth. Helado con la Policia. On July 16, Music, dancing, games, food demonstrations, games and activities for kids. Cloverdale Mariachi Camp. Mariachi campers performed for parents and friends at Cloverdale High School on June 30, Caprice is playing trumpet in the Cloverdale Mariachi program. Though she was a bit young to try, she was determined to learn and she did!
Caprice also learned how to read music during the program. Jose Soto and his band of musicians teach the next generation the art of mariachi. The performance was on July 12, July 9, Opening July 7, Returning students finish, hopefully they will continue their education.
June 22, Art Lab Thursdays, Summer Raizes Collective, raizescollective. Open to all artists and anyone interested in developing their creativity through art making. No experience required, Raizes will provide space, tables, chairs, supplies will be available for children. Donations welcome. Instructor Martin Zuniga will be working with the young artists every Thursday for the summer.
Click here for photos by Jeff Kan Lee. Lunch is completely free, open to all children, and operates Monday through Friday during lunchtime. Visit refb. See more photos: click here! All offerings are free and several will be available in English and Spanish. All were invited to come through and bless up Raizes Collectives' humble space on Earth day, April 22nd. We give thanks to our community for all your energy and support! The goal of the effort was to partner with organizations, businesses, residents and community members to spruce up the Roseland neighborhood and lay the foundation for ongoing effort to keep our commmunity safe and clean.
Danza Coyolxauqui of Santa Rosa, Ca. Entertainment by Windsor Bloco and inspirational speakers spoke on the life of Cesar Chavez. Transforming emotions into visual form in these turbulent times. Vanessa Robledo, Person of the Month, and the My American Dreams project, to tell the stories of children of immigrants faced with deportation.
April issue Click here to read article by Craig Davis in the April issue. Es hora de celebrar este bello lugar y las contribuciones que han llevado al desarrollo del parque. There will be dance, music, family activities and the traditional cutting of the ribbon. Click here to see photos by Ani Weaver. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Mixer at the Canine Companions for Independence , the nation's leading dog assistance program had a wonderful evening planned!
Guests toured their national campus and got an upfront look of what goes on behind the scenes to make this program internationally known. Explore the profound inspiration California artist Richard Diebenkorn — discovered in the work of French modernist Henri Matisse — Click here for tickets and lots more info on the exhibit.
To see the entire paintings, you will have to go to the museum!
Click here to visit the museum site with an interactive digital story of the exhibit and an audio tour. Check it out! Frozen Art Ice Cream Shop hosted small community based art show mixing local business and local artist. Patrons unwind, socialize, and have fun. Martin Zuniga played some of his collection of vinyl records from Mexican Singers. Pozole Night a fund raiser and event to build com- munity in one! Pozole prepared by Roseland Parent Club volunteers, entertainment, community engagement awards, volunteers serving, Roseland leadership student involvement, Padres Unidos parents and staff volunteering.
No Wall! We will have a few speakers as well as opportunities to sign up for upcoming actions that will enhance protections for our local immigrant community. The rally will be followed by a short march through downtown Santa Rosa. Sign making at Graton Day Labor Center. Martin Luther King Jr. Artist Mario Uribe has been commissioned to create and install a mural on three sides of the community pavilion.
The 5. Public art will also be incorporated into the new park, and Click here for more photos by Jeff Kan Lee. Posada at Bayer Farm in Roseland. Omar Gallardo, commented to the audience just before starting with the traditional chants: "We want to offer this park as a safe place for families to come. He said: "Do not be afraid. You are in a safe community , your representatives will fight for you regardless of your immigration status.
Roseland Parkette: So. Community Development Commission dedicated a park where people come together at the Roseland Village Neighborhood Center. New Roseland Village Parkette provides an opportunity for community members to host activities, dine outdoors and gather in a relaxing environment. Biella school participated in an opera with the San Francisco Opera Guild.
Iglesia Casa Belem. Robotics Challenge. See how at www. Published monthly on the first Tuesday of each month. How the governor arrived at Palache and was informed that gold existed in abundance in the interior of 69 Chapter XIII. In Commissioner Bratton's words, the investment in community policing eventually paid for itself.
Procession was from South Park to the Center. Exhibit October 18 - November Park, Santa Rosa. Saturday, September 24, Fabulous day of music, dance, games, food and fun. This is a youth organized event designed to provide a safe and fun environment for youth and families. Creating a safer, healthier and more prosperous Sonoma Co.
Event includes the World Championship Grape Stomp, beverage tasting, seminars, workshops and much more. Click here for photos by Ani Weaver. What a treat.
Sale was a benefit for her hospitalized brother. The extended family and friends were all there helping her. Day of Caring. Community building on Moorland Avenue in Roseland. Vince Harper and other volunteers use stencils to paint a mural on two fences. Wednesday, September 14, Roseland Village Joe Rodota Trail Linear Park Dedication for new playground and "fitness zone" on land planned for a plaza and mixed use development. Click here for more information about Sonoma Regional Parks.
Juan Gabriel Concert Sacramento. Click here for photos by Sergio Valencia-Trejo. Celebration of unity and the elements that give us life. Aztec dancing, at Sheppard Elementary, Santa Rosa. August 20, Recital for family and friends at Washington School in Cloverdale, August 19, Click here to see more photos by Jeff Kan Lee.
Instead of inviting a guest speaker from the community, this time AC leader Chad Bolla called upon four of the graduates to share their stories and their bright outlook on the future. One speaker started by saying, "I want to apologize to my parents for what I did to get here. Read more at www. Oaxaca in the Wine Country in Roseland, July 3, Family, early days, old photos! Click here for candid photos by Ani Weaver of those who attended the State of the Latino Community event.
This is an important exhibition of recent work by Santa Rosa's emerging artist: Here is Maria's description of the show: "I am exploring the immigrant's experience and my experience as an "undocumented" person. I invite you to see my latest work. A portion of the sales will go to Casa del Migrante in Tijuana. Click here to see photos by Jeff Kan Lee. Roseland Cinco de Mayo Celebration ! A great community event with food, entertainment, games, information and more!
Robotics Challenge. County Economic Development Board to create this program, which is now in its fourteenth year. Since its inception, the Robotics Challenge has reached over local elementary and middle schools, involving over 3, students and teachers. Feathered Changes, Serpent Disappearances. If you have not been to SFAI recently or ever, walk through the historic courtyard and all the way through on the left Parking is, surprisingly, not terrible during the day.
This fascinating show is being created and curated by Deball, a Mexico City-born artist well know for her installations that explore the role that objects play in our understanding of identity and history. She is particularly drawn to the neglected objects of the archive, engaging in prolonged periods of research and fieldwork particularly with collections of Mayan and pre-Columbian artifacts.
Campaign kickoff rally for ALMAS , the domestic worker group of the Graton Day Labor Center, who successfully pushed for historic legislation winning overtime pay for domestic workers in California. They have to return to Gov. Brown before the bill expires to ensure these basic labor rights are made permanent. Click here to see beautiful photos of the food served by Octavio and Danny Mai and brother, Pedro. Overtime for farm workers who need to work more than 10 hours per day or 60 hours per week to get paid overtime!
She died today, March 2, at the hands of monetary greed, because she stood up for what she believed, for the little guy, and for our planet. Her death makes me extremely sad , but may her inspiration bring us all strength to stand up for what is right and to bring voice to the ones who do not have one.
Share your thoughts on potential policy topics action items of the plan. Participants got a preview of the draft plan that has been developed based on community input at previous workshops, including: Potential public improvements and Land use and circulation map; Learn about and provide input on the potential annexation.
For info, contact Jessica Jones at jjones srcity. February 18, Click here for photos By Jeff Kan Lee. Longtime Windsor resident Martha E. Click here to read obituary and see photos by Ani Weaver, taken at the memorial reception catered by Octavio Diaz. Click here to see close ups, brush strokes and vignettes of the paintings taken at the Press Preview by Ani Weaver.
Click here to see a gallery of high res photos from the museum's collection. More info is available at legionofhonor. Los Cien Higher Education Luncheon. Two terrific local college Leaders, discussed how their colleges prepare and are working to educate the growing demographics of Latino students.
Two hundred community members joined Los Cien to get the latest on how both colleges are working hard to meet the growing demographics of our Latino students, to create the success path for students to Graduate. Presenting for Sonoma State, current and yet preparing to retire in June of this year our dear friend, President, Dr. And good friend, President Dr. Click here to see 93 photos of the event by Ani Weaver.
Superintendent Shiels was available to discuss concerns and answer your questions about Santa Rosa City Schools. There was no agenda, just an open forum to talk about relevant issues happening across the district. Warm soup and meaningful discussion! Officers from the SRPD and community members came together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. Roofless is an exhibition of art created specifically about the housing crisis in Sonoma County, or which relates to the conversation, a crisis caused by the lack of reasonably priced housing.
Click here to see more old photos andcolor postcards of this era. Can you imagine over 60 second graders learning about the possibilities a college education can afford them plus getting a college tee? It was an amazing event. CTP holds assemblies at participating elementary school were we hand out college tees to 2nd graders along with a personal note from a college grad about his or her college experience.
Each College Tee package also includes basic information regarding college opportunities and a road map to college. Click here for College Tee Project packet. At Biella School, Santa Rosa. Latino family literacy program at Biella. Here are a few pictures of the parents in the literacy class, and some of the wonderful bilingual books they are using.
The homework is to share the books with their families at home, and one of the components of the program is creating a family album with pictures and everything. SRCS got a grant for us to do this program in the Family Engagement Center at Biella from to PM, the parents shared their albums, and the second hour was a potluck with the children. Scroll down to the March issue of La Voz. Visualicen lo que deseen que suceda. Esto los va a ayudar a mantenerse en la ruta correcta.
Necesitan influenciar las fortalezas de otras personas para maximizar el impacto y alcanzar sus metas. Visualize what you want to see happen. This will help you stay on track. Many people think success is all about yourself and your accomplishments. But your need others to help you build that bridge to achieve your goals. Exciting program! Sonoma County Board of Supervisors honored five Sonoma County nonprofit organizations and community leaders.
Friends of La Voz Herman J. Vince Harper , for two decades working to improve the lives of youth, especially those at high risk of falling into a lifetime of gangs, drugs and poverty. Hernandez , for being the driving force behind the formation of Los Cien Sonoma County, which promotes understanding of the Latino community.
Bilingual storytime with Olga Loya, face painting by local artists.