Update from the Sonoma Community Center

Sonoma Community Center

SVVGA Beneficiary

cultivating community
Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa Street
Sonoma, California 95476

The Grasshopper and the Ant
a Victorian Miniature Theatre performance for the whole family
GrasshopperSaturday, November 1,  3:00 pm
Sonoma Community Center

A rare and unique opportunity to see this lush production in a magical, intimate setting.

Gary Grasshopper explores the meaning of life with a fish.

This performance may be unlike anything you have ever seen before. It is a recreation of Victorian Miniature or paper theatre. People have compared the beauty and miniature size of the show to a jewel; it sparkles with rich colors and a universal story. The performers have gone far beyond the simple Aesop’s fable of the grasshopper and the ant to create a green-man cycle tale as in olden times, a story that takes the audience on a journey through the seasons, leading them to a new understanding of their own place in the cycle of nature.

Michael and Valerie’s award winning paper theatre shows have been enjoyed at various festivals in Europe and the U.S. Now it is your turn to be charmed by this intimate and lovely art form, presented with live music and voices by professionals with combined nearly 60 years experience in performances for family audiences.

$15 Adults
$5 Children
Due to the seating capacity, tickets should be reserved in advance.
Call the Sonoma Community Center at (707) 938-4626, ext. 1

Dracula del LoboDracula 1
Saturday, November 1
7 pm and 9 pm – Two shows
Sonoma Community Center

A rare opportunity to see this show in a small, intimate venue

Dracula del Lobo – Little Blue Moon’s take on the popular vampire story…Set in Argentina in the mid 1920’s we find two young women sent to spend the summer on an isolated plantation (where one of the women’s uncle grows coca for an American soft drink company). The goal is to protect the youth from the dangers of their own sexual awakening, but it turns out an even greater danger lurks next door to the plantation, Francisco Pizzaro’s “Mano de Sangre,” Count Dracula del Lobo who was one of the original conquistadores made immortal by an Incan blood curse. Creepy, beautiful, erotic and dramatically tense, this new work for paper theatre is a ‘don’t miss.” Contains stake driving, beheading, blood, and a simmering lustful admosphere…just what you would expect from the world’s favorite monster.

Scenes from Dracula del Lobo (at the sacred Incan temple of the moon in 1530, and Michael & Valerie with Victorian Miniature Theatre)

$15 per person
Due to the size of the venue, tickets should be purchased in advance.
Call the Sonoma Community Center at (707) 938-4626, ext. 1

Wine and water available at show.

Dracula 2The Bay Area’s internationally acclaimed Little Blue Moon Theatre has just opened a new original production, “Dracula del Lobo.” Inspired by Bram Stoker’s well-known vampire novel, “Dracula del Lobo” is an original play in a Victorian Miniature Theatre style. Set in Argentina in the 1920s, it tells the story of two young women who are sent to the countryside for the summer, only to discover that the reclusive Count who lives next door has a supernatural interest in them. The award winning Little Blue Moon Theatre has created a play that is spooky and erotic, atmospheric and visually stunning, featuring the original artwork of Michael Nelson and the live voice acting and singing of the Little Blue Moon Theatre cast. Under development since 2005, “Dracula del Lobo” premiered to great acclaim at the Preetz Paper Theatre Festival in Germany in September, 2008, with sold out performances, continuing with performances in Cologne before returning to the U.S.

For more about Little Blue Moon Theatre,

Verismo Opera & The Sonoma Community Center present
by Guiseppe Verdi
Sunday, November 2, 3:00 pm

Featuring: Christopher Wells as Rigoletto
Frederick Winthrop as Duke of Mantua
Jill K Wagoner as Gilda
Roger Smith as Count Monterone
John Minagro as Sparafucile
Marsha Simms as Maddalena


Conducted by Eric Gjovaag
Director: Frederick Winthrop
Stage Manager: Brandon Walker

$15 General admission
$12 Seniors and Students
Children 12 and under are free.
For ticket sales and information, please call (707) 864-0630
Tickets also available at the door

Awareness: Then and Now Photographs from the 60’s and 70’s

Red Wolf Gallery on the Plaza


Awareness: Then and Now

An exhibit of photographs from the 60’s & 70’s

documenting the

Inaugural year of The Feminist Studio Workshop, L.A. by participant

LILLA WEINBERGER of Reader’s Books

Humanitarian efforts and human tragedies in a refugee camp near the end of the Vietnam War by medic GORDON PERLOW of Sonoma

Figurative studies exploring women’s new awareness of and comfort with their bodies at the California College of Arts & Crafts by student photographer


This show honors persons in our community that documented moments in time that were an effort to contribute to the collective awareness and enlightenment of important issues of 60’s & 70’s

Two weekends: Nov. 7, 8, 9 & Nov. 14, 15, 16

Opening Reception, refreshments: Friday, Nov. 7th, 4 to 7 p.m.

For info: 707 996-5111

Humanity Unites Brilliance Meeting: Sonoma 10/16

HUB–Humanity Unites Brilliance–is an incredible new organization of passion, heart, vision and good works in the world! It’s a new paradigm combining:  

Powerful Humanitarian Giving food, education, clean water, sustainability education and micro loans,  currently in Africa and with Pachamama in Equador

Inspiring Empowerment Education to bring your own vision/brilliance forward     Live events and teleseminars with cutting edge leaders/trainiers such as Barbara Marx Hubbard,     Jean Houston, Jack Canfield, Rev. Michael Beckwith and more

A Lucrative business opportunity with 7 possible streams of income, including, soon, a Global Marketplace of free trade crafts, faculty products and your products and services on the www!

What if you could support yourself and the world at the same time! With HUB, it’s possible!

Come to an Igniter–a free informational gathering–in Joy’s home in Sonoma Thursday 7-8:30pm Call for more information, directions and to reserve your space (limited)  joyworks@sonic.net or 707-933-8231.

Other Igniters: 10/23 Sebastapol, 10/29 Bodega Bay, 11/6 Vacaville. Igniters can be arranged by request.   Visit our website with inspirational videos about HUB’s work in the world (scroll to bottom of home page.) www.joymeyer.hubhub.org.  

Please call Joy with any questions. There is so much to share! 707-933-8231. LOVE and Blessings, JOY

Well Being Expo, Sunday, November 16th, 10am-5pm

The next Well Being Expo in Sonoma is May 2/3, 2009.  Please visit http://www.wellbeingexposonoma.com for details.

The Sonoma Well Being Expo and will be held indoors at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall at 126 First Street West on Sunday, November 16th from 10am – 5 pm. The public will be offered free admission.

For more information, please visit www.rontor.com/expo or call Randy at 707-833-5232.


Eclectic Health is the Bay Area’s only “wellness membership program” where you save 20% on holistic health care, with over 300 local practitioners to serve you.


Healing Quest is the only weekly national TV series focused exclusively on the latest in integrative health and natural approaches to optimum well-being.

Margy Henderson – Hand Analysis and Sound Healing Hand Analysis describes your own Soul’s agenda for your life. What is your Life Purpose? Your challenges? Your gifts to bring forward? Sound Healing is gentle support for entering altered states of inner healing.

Patty Frazzetta – Infinite Healing Energies, Reiki Sessions

Will & Connie – Sacred Healing for Mind, Body & Spirit, We invite you to receive a 30 minute miracle of profound energy healing. Divine feminine and divine masculine combine to create a unique and magical experience.

Dr. Aubrey Degnan – Spiritual teacher, trans personal psychologist, Personal sessions, Soul Healing & Reading, Divine Flow (communication) Soul Blessing (for Enlightenment) 707-829-1252

Dr. Cindy Zafis – Zafis Chiropractic Free allergy and health screenings. Test for reactions to pets, foods, pollens, chemicals, etc. Information on alternative addiction treatments available.

Marcia Smith Ph.D Wellness Consulting, Holistic Nutrition, Metabolic Balancing

Malaika Namara BEMER 3000 Plus wellness and fitness system. For many health benefits see website. Complimentary sessions on the Bemer mat.

Patricia Regalia HD Homeopathic vaccines, reverse vaccine damage. Homeopathic treatment for a wide range of diseases – autism, diabetes, depression, addiction, diet, allergies.

Tom McGuire DDS Personalized consultations to help you navigate your dental health decisions and make life style choices. Author of three books. Visit website for more details.

Beth Rachel – Theta Healing A remote viewing medical intuitive technique channeled and created by Vianna Stybol who healed herself.

Francine Ramu, MA, CMT – Luminous Healing Arts Clean at a cellular level with the ion foothbath therapy and relieve stress with a reflexology massage using therapeutic grade essential oils.

Ontario offers intuitive readings/healings using Cards (of his own design) and Inter dimensional Viewing to empower you in crafting paths on your way to Destiny!

Phylis Wakefield, Ph.D. – Living Life Enterprises, A Psychotherapy and Coaching Practice offering individual, group and couples therapy for people who want more adventure, joy and spirit in their lives.

Jennifer Jensen – Sonoma Valley Acupuncture and Herb Center We use acupuncture herbs, homeopathy, flower essences, gigong, cranio-sacral, music, and educations to support healing of every level of your being.

Rev. Ruth Hoppe Rev. Ruth’s celebrations and spiritual services offers weddings, baby welcomings, funerals and memorials, rites of passage, tarot readings, spiritual guidance, and massage.

Annisa Aguilar – Cosmic Connections, Custom flower essence blends made just for you. Intuitive readings and hands-on-healings offered.

Sandra Machado – Machado Fitness and Self Defense I am a fitness trainer; along with Dr. Leslie Hayden Malloy Ph.D., CCN and Mary Disharoon MFT we offer a complete approach to fitness, weight loss and well being.

Douglas Canier – Bodytuning, Bodytuning is a lifetime accumulation of therapeutic healing modalities. I get results for soft tissue problems. I re-define deep tissue/structural and energetic bodywork. Specialty for 25 years.

Ingrid Kincaid – Beyond This There Be Dragons Intuitive readings using Nordic Runes. Ancient Wisdom with modern application. Ingrid is a Keeper of the Old Ways and a Creative Alchemy Coach. European Travel.

Amanda Leary – Rolfing Structural Integration Re-establishing the natural alignment and structural integration of the human body for vitality and well being.

Anne Hill Dream Consultant, using dreams for personal and professional development.

Corey Hitchcock Interior and exterior color selection for all architectural surfaces.

Adee Swanson, MA CHT – Swanson Hypnotherapy and Elisabeth Manning Offering hypnotherapy, intuitive counseling, coaching, conscious childbirth preparation, and mamaspirit, spiritual parenting group for moms. Specializing in women’s health, chronic illnesses and life transitions.

Laurel and Wes Bleadon-Maffei gifted intuitives and Angel Therapy Practitioners will be offering intuitive readings and channeled sessions at the Expo.

Francesca Fasano – Beacon Wellness Arts Center helps you learn to “unwind your core” through workshops and private sessions in Reiki and Abdominal Chi Massage. Location: Sky Hill Institute, Petaluma.

Dianetics Foundation will be demonstrating how one can relieve stressful pain, emotion or effort.

Divine Healing Center A group of spiritual healers that use modern techniques mixed with spirituality including healing touch, aura healing and spiritual counseling.

Donald Gerard and Cathy Fisher

Donna Grace Noyes – Family Chiropractic

Anita M. Larrow, ND Bringing Naturopathic Medicine to your door. Dr. Larrow makes house calls in Sonoma and Marin Counties. Call to see how she can help you – 415-912-9934

Earthways A nature-based healing program, committed to the restoration of our personal and global relationship to the Earth through ceremony and rites of passage.

Gary W. Ledson – Guidance and Discovery Gary is a Course in Miracles teacher who mentors persons to awake to the Miracle inside themselves so they can return Home quicker and easier.

Rose Byrne Accutonics practitioner, Matrix Energetics, Intuitive Energy Medicine, Zrii Distributor.

Carole Peccorini RN, MA – Breakthrough Technologies in Wellness Wellness with evidence. Live better during your second midlife (55-80 yrs.). Target fat loss. Ease muscle pain and stiffness. Hydrate and nourish skin without damaging parabens.

Leslie Camarri – Melting Touch Massage Therapist and Reiki Master, offers many different styles of massage, spa treatments, and Reiki sessions.

Hazel Wood – Stride by Stride Health and Wellness Coach specializing in helping people create active lifestyles, reduce stress and gain energy. Certified Chi Running and Chi Walking Instructor.

Artists and Artisans:

Paintings by Randy Sue Collins Beautiful oil and acrylic paintings of animals and scenes of gorgeous Northern California landscapes.

Jewelry by Donna, Marilyn and Veronica Beaded necklaces, bracelets and earrings featuring African Beads, Crystals, Stones, and vintage glass beads.

Elaine Kendall – EK Designs, Whimsical wearable art depicting animals, flowers, insects, etc.

Joan Morais All-natural vegetable soaps and candles handmade by Joan. Soaps made with pure California olive oil and essential oils. Bright Container and Pillar Aromatherapy soy candles and beeswax candles.

Karen Berman – Traditional Henna Henna body art, paste applied to skin in traditional patterns, hand-made leather bags, made from deer and goat hide.

Michele M.-Silkey Acrylic and Oil Paintings, Abstracts, Hearts, Angels, Animals, Figures.

Orna Pascal Orna’s creations are colorful, inspirational and fun: Baskets, cards, journals, scarves, clocks, silk prayer flags, and more! Everything is hand-made in her Sonoma studio!

Goddess Glass

ADORA DEVA from ART TECH Dazzling Austrian Crystal Jewelry is designed and handcrafted by Linda Ann Buonocore. One-of-a-kind and limited edition originals in earrings, necklaces, bracelets and anklets in vintage and contemporary styles.

Marcia Mengelberg – Miessence Certified Organic skin care with no synthetic chemicals. Certified Organic Probiotic care and bodycare.

Jan Bianchi – More and Beyond Handmade designs, original poetry written by Jan. Poetry and verses sold individually. Four self published books.

Tim Mazzaferro Photography Fine art photography, photographs from around Northern California.

Kelly Bonsall – Rubbish by Kelly creates unique bags that combine fine art elements with reclaimed materials. Each item is its own work of art.

Jill Kirscher – Skin Dharma A Sesame Oil product made from organic cold pressed cured sesame oil and essential oils for healing the body and the skin.

Healthy Living:

John Murray – Growth Partners International Specializing in cutting edge financial solutions for debt management, college funding, building tax free retirement, and creative solutions for business owners.

Simone Designs Inc. – Wendy Simone Anti-aging products, immune science, superfood designed to help you stay young.

Amy Racina – The Everyday Goddess, One-of-a-kind bargain Goddesswear – Glorious reclaimed treasures for any size Goddess with any size budget. $3 to $30 aracina@sonic.net

Maryanna Blair Multi-Pure water filtration systems.

Marriott Vacation Promote and sell vacation packages to Mariott Vacation Club Resorts in the West and Hawaii regions.

Sound and Silence: Meditation October 11th




Meditation with


Intention. Sound healing using the extrodinary vibrational qualities of alchemy gemstone and quartz crystal singing bowls. And Silence, to feel the process working in your body  as relaxation, balance and transformation.

THIS  Saturday October 11th from 7pm – 9pm at:


450 1st Street East, Suite J

Sonoma, California 95476


En-er-gy is located just off the Sonoma Town Square East, in the Mercato Courtyard, just north of the Sebastiani Theater. There is ample parking available in the rear of the building right next to en-er-gy studio.  Access is through the alley from 1st street east.  We will have to remove our shoes when we enter, as there is special flooring for the Yoga classes held here.  There are yoga mats, padded leg chairs, blankets, and pillows available for your use during the meditation, or bring your own.

Tammas Hamilton

Alchemical Practitioner


Distributor of Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls

Fee for this YUMMY experience:  $15.00

We accept this fee, this precious gift, with gratitude and love, and ask that it be expanded a thousand times a thousand fold on its return to you. In wisdom and grace with many blessings Thank you !

Conversations on Food & Wine 2008, October 12

Conversations on Food & Wine 2008

Hosted by The Epicurean Connection

October 12, 2008 (Sunday)

Culinary Conversation with Paula Wolfert,

Cookbook author and columnist for Food and Wine Magazine

Moderated by Kathy Gori

Admission includes a taste of Depot Hotel & The Epicurean Connection

and glass of wine.


Events held at the Sonoma Valley Women’s Club

574 1st Street East, Sonoma, Ca. 95476

Doors open at 1:00, event times 2:00-4:00

$20.00 per person

For information please contact Sheana Davis at 707-935-7960 or sheana@vom.com http://www.sheanadavis.com

Sharing food with another human being is an intimate act that should not be indulged in lightly. ~M.F.K. Fisher


November 9, 2008 (Sunday)

Conversations on MFK Fisher with John Ash,

Renowned chef, author and teacher

Conversation with Kathleen Hill and Sylvia Crawford

Admission includes a taste of Cassoulet by The Epicurean Connection, La Salette &

Wild Thyme Events and glass of wine


Events to be  held at the Sonoma Valley Women’s Club

574 1st Street East, Sonoma, Ca. 95476

Doors open at 1:00, event times 2:00-4:00

$20.00 per person

For information please contact Sheana Davis at 707-935-7960 or sheana@vom.com http://www.sheanadavis.com

Sharing food with another human being is an intimate act that should not be indulged in lightly. ~M.F.K. Fisher


December 7, 2008 (Sunday)

Clark Wolf, Author, Food, Restaurant and Hospitality Consultant,

New York and Guerneville

Book Release “American Cheeses from Simon and Schuster”

Meet the guest cheesemakers Mateo Kelher from Jasper Hilll,

Franklin Peluso from Franklin’s Teleme, and David Gremmels from Rogue Creamery

Cheese Tasting hosted by The Epicurean Connection

Cheese Shop hosted by Rainbow Grocery Co-op

Admission includes an American Cheese plate and glass of wine


Events held at the Sonoma Valley Women’s Club

574 1st Street East, Sonoma, Ca. 95476

Doors open at 1:00, event times 2:00-4:00

$20.00 per person

For information please contact Sheana Davis at 707-935-7960 or sheana@vom.com www.sheanadavis.com

Sharing food with another human being is an intimate act that should not be indulged in lightly. ~M.F.K. Fisher

Update from the Sonoma Community Center

Upcoming Events
Nature Series
Dance Sonoma!
The Big Read
Kitchen Tour
Fiber Art Fun
Chili Bowl Express
Inside the Springs

Sonoma Community Center

SVVGA Beneficiary

cultivating community

Note: Check out the details for
The Big Read event
this Sunday!

Sonoma Arts & Lectures
Hawk IIValley of the Moon Nature Series Special Event!
Sonoma Hawk Day
October 4, 11am-1pm

At his May 2008 VOM nature lecture, Allen Fish, Director of the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory, invited the audience to participate in a day of raptor watching at Hawk Hill during the autumn’s peak raptor migration period. In all, eighteen species of hawk, kite, falcon, eagles, osprey, vulture, and harrier may be seen in early October from the Marin Headlands. The day’s event has been scheduled and the invitation includes all interested persons. Bring binoculars, lunch and beverages, layered clothing, and a sense of adventure. Cancellation wil occur in the event of thick fog or rain.  For directions, go online at http://www.ggro.org or call 415-331-0730.
Advance tickets are available at SCC.

Dance Sonoma!SVVGA Beneficiary
Harvest Dance
Andrews Hall
Saturday, October 4, 7:30-11pm

7:30 Complimentary Dance Lesson
with Guest Instructors

8:30-11:00pm Ballroom, Swing, Latin & Nightclub Dancing with DJ Steve Luther

Whether you’re hooked on dancing or prefer to just watch, we’ve got the dance for you!  Dance Sonoma! kicks off a new season this October with music provided by the dancer’s DJ, Steve Luther, and performance dancing by professional ballroom and nightclub dancers from the Sonoma region.  To get the evening started on the right foot, dance instructors spend the first hour teaching the hottest new dance steps.  So come on out and dance, dance, dance Sonoma!


The Big Readto kill a mockingbird

Sunday, October 5,  3:00pm
Tolerance and Intolerance in Sonoma:
A community forum with Zuli Baron, Gaye Le Baron, Arthur Dawson and Jonah Raskin General Vallejo’s House, West Spain and 3rd Street West, Sonoma
Sonoma Community Center and Readers’ Books partner to produce a Sonoma Valley-wide component of The Big Read, a national initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts designed to restore reading to the center of American culture.  Everyone in the Valley is encouraged to read Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning To Kill A Mockingbird during the period from September 20 to October 21.

Thursday, October 23, 2008 – To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee A discussion led by Rebecca Lawton 7:30 pm Readers’ Books 130 E. Napa Street, Sonoma

Monday, October 27, 2008  – Film screening and dramatic readings of To kill a mockingbird Suggested Donation $5 7:00 Sebastiani Theater 476 1st Street E. Sonoma

The Sonoma Valley component is part of a partnership with the Sonoma County Big Read and is supported in part by a mini-grant from the countywide effort.

4th Annual
Wine Country Kitchen Tour

Sunday, October 12
9:30 am – 3:30 pm
kitchen tour '08
See how some of Sonoma’s most creative and visionary homeowners are inventing ways to enjoy their kitchens, the heart of their homes. From architect-designed to
homeowner-designed, Sonoma Community Center’s 4th Annual Sonoma Kitchen Tour presents an array of the best that the community has to offer.

A benefit for the Community Center’s own planned kitchen makeover.

$40 for members; $45 for non-members

Volunteers are needed for the kitchen tour to greet guests, sell raffle tickets and cookbooks and help with the luncheon.
To volunteer or for more details about the event, please call the Community Center 938-4626 x1

Fleecy Fun Fiber Foray
Co-Sponsored by SCC and Redwood Empire Handweavers and Spinners Guild
Sonoma Community Center Llama
Saturday, October 11
10 am – 3 pm

At the Fiber Foray, a team of fiber artists, who range from ages 14 to 80, will show that it is never too early or too late to start spinning, weaving, knitting, felting, and basket weaving.

The festivities will include fun for everyone: a corral of fiber animals (alpacas, llamas, sheep, goats and angora rabbits) and interactive demonstrations by weavers, spinners, knitters, basket makers, felters, and dyers.

Come meet fiber masters who will answer your questions about how fibers are made from raw materials to finished products – things that you wear and use in your daily life – and be greeted by fiber elves who will guide you through exhibits of outdoor fiber sculptures and presentations of handmade wearable and non-wearable fiber creations.

Try your hand at weaving in the loom room, learn to knit or pick up some knitting tips for those who are more advanced, and take home with you the know-how to start a fiber arts project in your own home.

The Sonoma Community Center has forged a new partnership with the Redwood Empire Handweavers and Spinners Guild to introduce a variety of opportunities to experience and learn fiber arts.

You can look forward to new classes, workshops, and lectures at the Sonoma Community Center that will be offered in conjunction with the Conference of Northern California Handweavers.  CNCH is a consortium of weaving and spinning guilds throughout northern California who will be meeting in Sonoma in April 2009 for a four-day conference.  The public is invited to register and attend the Conference and participate in the classes as well.  Check with the Sonoma Community Center for updates on classes and other special events or visit the CNCH website at http://www.CNCH.org.

Coming up next….
Chili Bowl Expressceramic chilil bowls
Saturday, October 25
5 pm-8 pm
Room 110

What could be more heartwarming than chili on a late autumn day?  Homemade chili served up in hand-made bowls, that’s what!  The Clay Collective – ceramic artists at the Center – have cooked up an event that will satisfy both the art lover and food lover alike.  Pick out a bowl, fill it with the chili, soup, or chowder of your choice, and take home a one-of-a-kind ceramic creation.

Enjoy dessert after your meal? Our ceramic artists have also made plates and the Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley has volunteered to fill them – with cookies!  Bowls and plates are yours to keep for a donation of $20 each. Don’t miss out! Invite everyone you know and ask them to invite friends as well to this fun – and delicious – fundraising event. All proceeds benefit Sonoma Community Center programming and the SCC Kitchen Remodeling Project.

wing photoINSIDE


photographs that feature the changing cultural landscape
of the Sonoma Springs Community

Inside The Springs is to be exhibited in two locations:

Interior gallery :: Sonoma Valley Museum of Art :: Sep 4 – Oct 18

Exterior gallery :: Along Highway 12 in Boyes Springs :: Sep 4 – Nov 30

Presented by the Sonoma Community Center
with the support of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art

Inside the Springs was sponsored by:
Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance, Brion Weiss of B. Wise Vineyards, Sonoma Valley Fund (CFSC), County of Sonoma (special thanks to Supervisor Valerie Brown), Mikell Smith and Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn

The following individuals and organizations also offered their financial and organizational support:
Vineyard Workers Services, La Luz Center, Valley of the Moon Teen Center, Boys and Girls Club of Sonoma Valley, Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Sonoma Valley Grange, Clay Foundation – West, Elizabeth Smith, Gerry Sanders, Linda and Jim Kuhns, Phyllis and John Gurney, Penny McNaughton, Nancy Nicodemo, Marcia and Jim Levy, La Favorita, Arroyo Veterinary Hospital, El Brinquito, John and Pam Story, Eileen Adams, Stanley and Susan Cohen, Todd and Marge Evans, Brenda and Dick Buckerfield, Megan Stefanski-Segre, Vicki and Don Jackson, Bob Kowall, Calvin Vander Woude, Bob Kowal, Tim Boeve, Rocket Caterers, Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn, Primavera Tortillaria.

Thank you to all of these generous supporters!

Channeling, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday!

Hello everyone,

Eloheim offers penetrating insight into the Spiritual Journey. Meetings are interactive and typically focus on day-to-day life. Eloheim’s tools and insight combined with humor and compassion make the meetings a wonderful place to get support for your Spiritual Growth.

We have three opportunities to experience Eloheim being channeled next week!

This Sunday, October 5th, 4:00-6:00pm we have Channeling and Crystals at Crystal Bill’s wonderful showroom in Mill Valley (Marin County).

Follow this link for more details:


On Tuesday, October 7th, 7:15-9:15pm we have our first Tuesday of the month meeting at our new location in Rohnert Park.

Follow this link for more details:

And, of course, we continue over six years of meeting every Wednesday night in Sonoma.  Since we meet at a private residence, I ask that you email eloheimchannel@yahoo.com for directions.

All groups are open to the public and we would love to have you join us.  Admission is by donation.

I consistently post videos from our meetings on the Eloheim website.  Follow these links to view them and get a feel for the work:


Hope you can join us,