Scheduled Events

September 24 - October 29, Batikletcawi Was Here. Displays from West County History Museum, photography byChristine Cobaugh, and paintings bySandy Eastoak. Sebastopol Library, 7140 Bodega. Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10am-6pm; Wednesday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10am-4pm.

Thursday, October 1, 9:20 am: Close One, a radio play by Janey Hirsh, KBBF (81.9 FM).

Friday, October 2, 7 pm: Close One, a radio play by Janey Hirsh, KOWS (107.3 FM).

October 4 - November 21: Sandy Eastoak, "Pomo Images," Sebastopol Gallery, 150 North Main, open daily 11 am - 6 pm.

Friday, October 9, 7 pm: Molin Malacay Interview, KOWS (107.3 FM).

Sunday, October 11, noon. Pomo Youth Dancers at Sebastopol Farmers Market, Sebastopol Plaza at Weeks Way.

Monday, October 12, 10:00 pm. Close One, a radio play by Janey Hirsh, KWTF (81.9 FM).

Thursday, October 15, 9:20 am: Close One, a radio play by Janey Hirsh, KBBF (81.9 FM).

Sunday, October 18, 4-6 pm. Indians in California: the Mission System and Boarding Schools: a presentation by Molin Malicay, Pomo educator and health advocate. French Garden Restaurant, 8050 Bodega Avenue, Sebastopol. 707 824-2030.

Thursday, October 29, 9:20 am: Close One, a radio play by Janey Hirsh, KBBF (81.9 FM).

 

To help with events

Every year we learn more about the past and the present of our Pomo neighbors. We come closer to understanding who we need to become to build the bridges we desire.

We welcome your energy and ideas in developing and organizing events, and carrying out long term projects, such as creating signage in our parks.

If you would like to contribute to bringing forth our events and other projects, please write your check, large or small, to the Pomo Project, and mail it to 540 DuFranc Avenue, Sebastopol CA 95472. [Donations are not currently tax deductible.] Please contact us if you can help with events, sign design, or fundraising.

Meanwhile, learn all you can about the Pomo people, their past and present contributions, their way of living with this land.

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Related Events Not Sponsored by Pomo Project:

Friday & Saturday, October 9 & 10, 5:30, 6:15, 7:00, 7:45, Cemetery Walk includes portrayal of Vana Lawson, Kashia healer & educator, 500 Robinson Road. See http://www.wschsgrf.org/announcements for details and ticket information.