West Coast Songwriter’s Competition – POSTPONED

Dave Hamilton & Jay Gottlieb  are your hosts for the monthly West Coast Songwriters.  Here you will find up to date information about what’s going on in the WCS Petaluma Chapter.  It’s easy to find who to contact, where to go and when it’s all happening!  If you need to reach us, please follow the link below to email the Petaluma Managers, Jay and Dave.

More information at the Petaluma chapter West Coast Songwriters website:
https://www.westcoastsongwriters.org/petaluma-songwriting

or contact Jay Gottlieb at cosmicjay2000@yahoo.com

Bring your song and/or your instrument and get ready to share!

Newcomers Social

Come meet some new people!!

 

Language Groups

Por favor ven al grupo de idiomas
言語グループに来てください
S’il vous plaît venir au groupe linguistique
يرجى الحضور إلى مجموعة اللغات
Por favor, ven al grupo de lenguas
Proszę przyjść do grupy językowej
Пожалуйста, приходите к языковой группе
Bitte kommen Sie zu der Sprachgruppe
Si prega di venire al gruppo linguistico
נא לבוא בקבוצת השפה
Dil grubuna Lütfen gel

Please let me know what language you are interested in
Contact john@aqus.com

Petaluma Postcard Pod

We are a group of concerned citizens gathering to write postcards to voters in California and nationwide, encouraging them to vote in upcoming special elections, primaries and ultimately in the 2020 General Election.

Newcomers Social – Welcome Wagon

Whether you’re new to town – or – you enjoy meeting new people…this is a great way to get integrated into Petaluma!

Meet others who are new to the area and get to know some who’ve lived here for many years.

We’ll be providing you with a 2-page cheat-sheet of all you want to know in Petaluma!!  Looking forward to seeing you.

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Aqus Celtic/Irish Music Session

john

Players Always Welcome

We have created an authentic traditional pub seisiun in Petaluma where seisiun-seekers can hear or play “comhaltas ceoltoiri” level traditional music in our area.  All interested players of Irish music welcome.

Once the seisiun players can get themselves started, all others can browse ways to learn Irish playing by ear.

While at Aqus, you can get our O’Petaluma Playlist — the 39 the most-played Irish tunes of local Bay Area seisiuns. Irish singers may offer to join future seisiun evenings, within the trad seisiun norms.

Some video of the player in Aqus

The “O’Petaluma Playlist”
These traditional jigs, reels, hornpipes and airs are the ones found most-often-listed on playlists around northern California, and probably the ones most trad Irish musicians hereabouts can play.
So these are good for starters.— either to learn or to get into familiar playing territory

Cooley’s
Maid Behind the Bar
Planxty Fanny Power

Swallowtail Jig
Butterfly
Out on The Ocean

Merrily Kiss the Quaker
King of The Fairies
Hewlett

Harvest Home
Rights of Man
Boys of Blue Hill

Wind That Shakes the Barley
Drowsy Maggie
Ships Are Sailing

Kesh Jig
Connachtman’s Rambles
Sh’beg & Sh’more

Top of Cork Road
Morrison’s
Planxty Irwin

Rambling Pitchfork
Saddle the Pony
Miss McCleod’s

Road to Lisdoonvarna
Dennis Murphy’s
O’Keefe’s

Walls of Liscarroll
Blarney Pilgrim
Morning Dew

Banish Misfortune
Merry Blacksmith
Off to California

Silver Spear
Whiskey Before Breakfast
Star of Munster

Lark in The Morning
Cup of Tea
Musical Priest

Also check out comhaltas.ie

Monthly Poetry Night

Community Labyrinth Walk

St. John’s, in partnership with Veriditas, offers monthly candlelit labyrinth walks to the community on the 3rd Friday of each month at 7pm. Come as you are, to share in the experience of a walking meditation that opens the heart and reduces stress. First-time labyrinth walkers are warmly welcome. Live music by Robin O’Brien and Jean Farmer. By donation.

Note that the walks are held in the Cram Community Hall behind St. John’s Episcopal Church in downtown Petaluma. The door to the Hall faces C Street. Wheelchair accessible.

Get to Know the Village

*RSVP to the Village office to receive the Zoom online link or call-in phone #,  at 707-776-6055 or email info@VillageNetworkofPetaluma.org

 

Learn how adults ages 50+ enjoy connection with others through the Village Network in Petaluma and Penngrove. We believe a better experience of aging is possible when we can grow with, laugh with, and rely on each other as we navigate the opportunities and realities of aging.

 

Village membership offers social programs and connections as well as volunteer services including transportation, note-taking at medical appointments, friendly visits, computer help, and personalized referrals to community resources.

 

This is an online meeting, suitable for potential members (ages 50+), their adult children and volunteers.

 

*To receive the Zoom online link, or a call-in phone #, please RSVP to the Village office  at 707-776-6055 or email info@VillageNetworkofPetaluma.org

Learn more about us at www.VillageNetworkofPetaluma.org

The  Village Network of Petaluma is a non-profit membership organization created to empower adults 50+ to live active, vibrant, and connected lives in our own homes as we age. We are part of a national movement, with more than 250+ groups formed since 2004.

Fall Antique Faire

Located in Historic Downtown Petaluma, Western Ave, A St. Parking lot, and 4th & Kentucky Streets, from B Street to Washington Street. Antique and collectible lovers throughout the Bay Area are welcome to come, browse and shop the 35th Annual Petaluma Antique Faire this Fall on Sunday, September 27, 2020, 8 am to 4 pm set in one delightful and relaxing setting in downtown Petaluma. Admission is free.

“The Bay Area’s Premier Antique Center”, Historic Downtown Petaluma will transform into an antique marketplace. Amid the beautiful historic buildings, one of a kind stores, an incredible array of restaurants and cafes, guests can find an incomparable selection of affordable antiques from over 200 dealers. The show has a nice variety of estate jewelry, linens, furniture, art, kitchenware, vintage décor, books and all kinds of unusual collectibles to suit everyone’s budget.

This show attracts over 8,000 discerning collectors as well as first time buyers wishing to collect and invest in real antiques. Don’t forget to partake in the Mason’s incredible breakfast in beautiful dining room of the Masons building during the morning of the show for just $8, a rare and special treat!