|CHAMBER NEWS - January 6, 2012|COTATI CHAMBER'S ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER
Sat. 1/21/12, 6 - 10 pm
Church of the Oaks Hall, Page St. & W. Sierra Ave., Cotati
Special presentations will be made to Ambassador of the Year, Business of the Year, Businessperson Hall of Fame, and Citizen of the Year award recipients. And the winners are:
- David Armstrong - Ambassador of the Year
- Spancky's Bar - Business of the Year
- Dr. Fred Groverman, DVM - Businessperson Hall of Fame
- Susan Harvey - Citizen of the Year
~ Plus introductions to the new officers of the 2012 Chamber Board of Directors.
~ Barbeque Buffet with Pulled Pork, BBQ Chicken, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Cornbread, Apple Pie & Swee Potato Pie
~ No-Host Bar run by the Cotati Yacht Club, featuring Cotati Moonshine
~ Western Tunes by the Cadillac Converters
~ Outlaw Poker and a Wild West Jail (fundraising games instead of the same-old Silent Auction)
All the best of the Wild, Wild West for only $25!
Don't 'ya dare miss it! Space is limited.
RSVP with payment before 1/12
or fax to 707-795-5868.CLICK HERE for invitation
PEET'S IS OPENING IN COTATI!GRAND OPENING RIBBON CUTTING
Mon. 1/9, 3 pm
Peet's Coffee, 7764 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati
If you can't make the Ribbon Cutting, come to their special preview on
Friends & Family Day
Sat. 1/7, 12 - 3 pm
HOST A MIXER AT YOUR BUSINESS IN 2012
If you are interested in hosting a Mixer in 2012, please contact Suzanne at the Chamber office at 707-795-5508 or email@example.com. All that's required is your location, refreshments, perhaps a door prize, and a desire to network with others to grow your business!
PLAN NOW FOR THE 2012 COTATI COMMUNITY GUIDE
Now's the time to budget for advertising your business in next year's Cotati Community Guide & Business Directory. This beautiful full-color magazine publication, put out by the publishers of Penngrove Proud magazine, is direct mailed to all Cotati residents and businesses. Plus all Cotati Chamber members are listed in the Business Directory section, so customers old and new can find your business. For more information, please contact Debbie Koos @ 484-7451 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
6TH ANNUAL CHURCH OF THE OAKS CRAB FEED
Fri. 2/3 and Sat. 2/4, 6 pm
Church of the Oaks Hall, Page St. & W. Sierra Ave.
All-You-Can-Eat Crab, pasta, salad, & dessert
Tickets $45 (Children under 12 $20)
Tickets available at Cotati Chamber of Commerce or by calling Patrick McCarty at 695-6098.
Proceeds benefit Church of the Oaks
LOUD & CLEAR ROCK OVERTIME
Want to Play More Music this Year? Check out Rock Overtime
We're currently signing up musicians for our next session of Rock Overtime. Rock Overtime is where we put you together with other musicians with similar likes and skill levels to form a band. Then you and your new band mates meet once a week for two hours here at our on site performance area with instructor Mark Benanti who will help you learn some cover tunes and write your own original song. The fifth session is a performance with your new band at a local club.
NEW SESSIONS START JANUARY 8:
BAND 1: ADULT BAND
Sundays starting Jan 8 11a-1p
BAND 2: ADULT BAND
Sundays starting Jan 8 2p-4p
BAND 3: YOUTH BAND
Mondays, starting Jan 9 4p-6p
BAND 4: ADULT BAND
Mondays, starting Jan 9 6:30-8:30p
BAND 5: YOUTH BAND
Wednesdays, starting Jan 11 2p-4p
Price for the program is $250. Contact us now if you are interested in joining the band!
Loud and Clear Music and Commercial A/V Installation
7886 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati CA 94931
Monday - Saturday 11a-6:30p & Sundays 11a-4p
SONGBIRD COMMUNITY HEALING CENTER
8280 Old Redwood Highway, Cotati 94931
Songbird Community Healing Center, conveniently located in downtown Cotati, offers a branch of health care and education that connects the body, mind, and spirit. We are synthesizing the traditional and modern, new and old. Our branch provides a community gathering place for people of like minds to network and share. We offer cost-effective space rental and affordably-priced holistic education and care.
For more information on all events & classes, call (707) 795-2398 or visit www.songbirdcenter.org.
Fri 1/6, 7:00pm
Embracing Ecstasy Women's Circle
Sun 1/8, 1/15, 11:00am
Unlocking the Pyramid Code
Fri 1/13, 7:00pm
Swami Beyondananda: Wake Up Loving & Wise Up Laughing
Fri 1/20, 7:00pm
Crop Circles: This Time It's Personal
Sat 1/21, 10:00am
Feldenkrais Workshop for Back Pain
Sun 1/22, 2:00pm
Stepping into Fierceness
Sat 1/28, 11:00am
Songbird Two Year Anniversary
Sun 1/29, 2:00pm
Live the Life You Want in 2012 w/ The Tarot as Your Guide
2nd /4th Tue, 7:30pm
Hands of Gold Healing Clinic
1st/3rd Wed, 5:30pm
2nd/4th Wed, 6:00pm
Meditation and Dharma Dialogue
2nd/4th Thu, 7:00pm
Embodying the Toltec Four Agreements
1st/3rd Thu starting 1/19, 7:00pm
Introduction to Gestalt Graphology
Every Mon starting 1/23, 7:00
Vibrational Healing w/ Essences
Every Tue restarting 1./17, 9:30 am
Feldenkrais® for Eliminating Back Pain
Every Wed, 7:30pm
Essential Oils - Nature's Medicine Cabinet
Every Thu, 5;45pm
iRest (Yoga Nidra) Guided Meditation
Every Fri, 9:00am
Gentle Therapeutic Yoga
COTATI CREEK CRITTER EVENTS
Friday, 1/6, 9am-noon and 1-4 pm
A small-scale workday to prepare materials etc. for the Creek Stewardship Day the following day. If you are interested/available please contact me: Jenny, at email@example.com or 707 792 4422 for details.
Creek Stewardship Day
Saturday, 1/7, 9 am - noon
We'll continue to plant appropriate California native trees and shrubs downstream alongside the Laguna channel, towards Commerce Blvd. Meet at Gravenstein Way, near Falletti Park (from Old Redwood Hwy, Gravenstein Way goes east from Hwy 116, just north of the new Peets Coffee). Go one block, over Wilford Ave., and park near the bridge over the Laguna channel. Parking is in residential streets so please be respectful of local residents. Better still, if you can, come by bike or on foot! For details of what to bring, wear, etc., directions, and maps, please see the Creek Stewardship Day guidelines at www.CotatiCreekCritters.info
Future Creek Stewardship Days
1st Saturdays, 9 am - 12 noon: Jan. 7, Feb. 4, March 3, April 7, May 5
Meet at Gravenstein Way, to continue planting downstream towards Commerce Blvd.
3rd Sundays, 9 am - 12 noon: Jan. 15, Feb. 19, March 18, April 15, May 20
Meet at Cotati City well lot # 2 on Lakewood Ave., to take care of existing plants by weeding, mulching, pruning, also propagating plants in the nursery, taking cuttings, and other tasks as needed.
The Laguna de Santa Rosa, Past, Present and Future
Thursday, 1/12, 7 pm
Cotati Room, Ray Miller Community Center, 216 E. School St. (behind Cotati City Hall, near the police station).
Denise Cadman will take us on a visual tour of the history of the Laguna, the present day biodiversity and what is being done to protect and enhance the Laguna for future generations. Denise is a knowledgeable and inspiring speaker and has new photographs to delight us with as well. This is an opportunity not to be missed!
SUPERBOWL PARTY AT SALLY TOMATOES
Sunday, 2/5, 1:30 pm
Buffet starts at 1:30 pm
$12.50 at the door or call for reservations at 707-665-0260
~THE BIGGEST SCREEN IN THE COUNTY 12' x 10'
~Super Bowl Buffet with Buffalo Wings, Jumbo Hot Dogs and Sausages, Seven Layer Bean Dip with Chips, Homemade Chili with all the fixings, Garlic Fries, House Salad with Homemade Buttermilk Ranch Dressing AND MORE!
~Games, Raffle Tickets and Prizes included with admission
Sonoma Mountain Village, 1100 Valley House Drive, Rohnert Park Ca. 94928
SAVE THE DATE - 3/31/12
EDUCATION FOUNDATION'S SHARING OF THE GREEN
SONOMA COUNTY RESTAURANT WEEK: 2/27 - 3/4
Tuck your napkin in your collar and pull up a chair to the third annual Sonoma County Restaurant Week slated Feb. 27 through March 4. This tasty week will feature a wide variety of restaurants, culinary options and local ingredients at great prices.
Participating restaurants will offer three-course prix-fixe dinners for $19, $29 or $39, and will feature the excellent tastes from world-class chefs and delicious local ingredients. The emphasis on farm-fresh food and local wineries means dining out during Restaurant Week is not only beneficial to the restaurant industry, but also for local food suppliers, farmers, wineries, and the economic vitality of Sonoma County.
Last year's event, sponsored by the Sonoma County Economic Development Board, brought in more than $1 million for Sonoma County, and participating restaurants and diners were thrilled with their experience.
Restaurants, if you haven't signed up your restaurant to participate, contact Lauren Ward at 707-565-6411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HELP GROW THE CHAMBER & GET REWARDED
Refer a Business & Get Chamber Cash!
- For every business, organization or individual you refer who joins the Cotati Chamber of Commerce, you will receive 25% of their first year's membership dues in Chamber Cash.
- You can spend Chamber Cash on anything the Chamber offers for purchase - your own membership dues, merchandise, luncheon or breakfast meetings, or tickets to any Chamber events.
- The amount of Chamber Cash could be anywhere from $13 to $90 (rounded to the nearest dollar), depending on the new member's membership category.
- There is no limit to the amount of members you can refer to collect Chamber Cash.
- Just have the new member write your name on their membership application at "Referred By" and when the business joins, you'll receive your Chamber Cash soon after by mail.
- Chamber Cash will expire one year from the date of issuance.
CLICK HERE for the Cotati Chamber Membership Application, which you can give to all of your business referrals. Any other questions, call the Cotati Chamber of Commerce at (707) 795-5508.