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Mouthful: Happy birthday, West End Farmers Market

  • 11/17/2013:D12: Tara Scott buys peppers Nov. 3 from Ian Healy of Handlebar Farm during The West End Farmers Market in Santa Rosa.

    PC: Tara Scott buys peppers from Ian Healy of Handlebar Farm during The West End Farmers Market in Santa Rosa, California on Sunday, November 3, 2013. (BETH SCHLANKER/ The Press Democrat)

This Sunday, the West End Farmers Market, located on Donahue Street in Santa Rosa, adjacent to DeTurk Park and Round Barn, celebrates its first birthday. There will be birthday cake and mini-cupcakes from Criminal Bakery at 11 a.m.

Several new vendors have joined the market recently, including White Fox of Freestone, which has certified organic blueberries; Really Good Bread by Elina Lipilina and One Ocean Seafood.

A highlight of the market is Goodman's Jewish Deli, offering all manner of kosher delights, including their own pastrami. The Rains, a husband and wife Americana duo, will provide live music throughout the day. The market continues with its matching grant for CalFresh shoppers. The market takes place every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

<b>Polynesian Wayfinding at SRJC:</b> Starting Friday, the Santa Rosa Junior College Planetarium features the world's greatest navigators, the Polynesians, who traveled the Pacific for thousands of years, using their deep knowledge of the stars to guide them.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are sold at the door.

Admission is $10 for the general public and $7 for students and seniors. Parking permits are required.

There will be a total of six presentations of this unique and original planetarium presentation, which will be of special interest to anyone with a passion for Hawaii and its traditional customs.

For more information, visit santarosa.edu/planetarium.


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