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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Aug 07, 2012-
Aug 07, 2012
05:00PM - 07:30PM
Celebrate Local at six1five
GoLocal hosts mixer to showcase six1five business spaces for lease downtown, celebrate member successes and relaunch SR Arts Program's "Phantom Gallery."
Sonoma,
615 Healdsburg Ave. Santa Rosa
Event Description

The Sonoma County GoLocal Cooperative invites the local business community to Celebrate Local at six1five, a dynamic commercial/residential property in the heart of Santa Rosa. The celebration will highlight the successes of GoLocal members, introduce exciting new projects underway and launch the return of the City of Santa Rosa Arts Program’s popular Phantom Gallery, a project for art in alternative spaces. • Tour six1five and imagine the possibilities for your local business or service. Premium storefront spaces are available and are suitable for cafes, markets, retail shops or services in the mixed-use residential/commercial complex in downtown Santa Rosa. • Enjoy local wines and beers, appetizers from GoLocal member restaurants and markets, live music, and a raffle. • Learn more about GoLocal and how its members are tapping into to the Local First scene to bring success to their businesses. • See exciting new projects underway by GoLocal members. • View the latest exhibit of the Phantom Gallery. Event is free through online registration here: http://celebratelocalatsix1five.eventbrite.com/

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Janeen Murray     Email: j.murray@golocal.coop
Phone: 707-888-6105

 

 

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