Archive for June, 2012

CHECK OUT THE ACTION ON THE RIVER THIS WEEK!!!

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Stephen Gross, who keeps us all up to date with the happenings on the River gives us a great rundown of what is going on at the Guerneville Town section of the Press Democrat.  Just click on the link.

 

Come up and see us and enjoy local small town fireworks and barbeques for a good cause.

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SUMMER’S HERE, THE DAMS IN AND THERE’S LOTS TO DO!!

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

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There’s plenty of water behind that dam for swimming, canoeing or kayaking.  Johnson’s Beach is open and jumping.  Tomorrow there is a farmer’s market next to the plaza in town from 3:00 to 7:00 pm and Maria Muldaur singing from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.  Remember “Midnight at the Oasis”?

 

The concert will kick off a summer of fun at the river and is part of a 5 event series called Rockin’ the River.  

The first Friday of every month through the summer one can enjoy a leisurely stroll through town some very nice local art work and, of course, food and wine at the First Friday Art Walk.

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STURGEON’S MILL a steam powered sawmill working restoration is open to the public this weekend.

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

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Check out the schedule of activities and demonstrations at the mill on the Sturgeon website.

 

While your at it consider arriving on Friday early enough to enjoy the Occidental Farmer’s Market with Gerard’s Paella,  Lata’s Indian Food,  and more.  Oh, that’s right fresh, healthy locally grown fruit and vegetables too.

 

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2 KINDS OF DOG DAYS AT THE RIVER!

Friday, June 1st, 2012

Usually “dog days” refers to the end of summer but not here at the River.  We have 5 cottages where we accept pets at no additional fee.  They are the Apple House, the Tree House, Osprey’s Nest, Robin and Quail.  There are good options for dining with your furry friend.  Garden Grill is one of the most popular, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, well behaved pets are allowed on the deck.    For wine tasting Marimar Estate Winery is pet friendly and actually does Yappy Hour on Tuesdays.  For more activities and especially river and coast walks with your favorite four legged friend check out the latest issue of Sonoma Discoveries for “Days of Dogs and and Water” by Frank Robertson.  You can also walk your dogs on leashes on the roads at Armstrong Woods State Reserve.