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Charlie's at the Windsor Golf Club

Get a Clue Productions, Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, will perform at Charlies's three times in the month of March, Saturday March 12, Friday March 18th and Friday March 25th. They will present Murder at Sea, a Carribean Cruise Mystery.

Charlies's at the Windsor Golf Club Restaurant is located at 1340 19th Hole Drive, Windsor. Help solve a mystery while dinning, interact with the characters and become a part of the show. It will be an evening full of fun, suspense and laughter!

To make your reservation call 707-837-0019.  For more information go to: www.getaclueproductions.com

 

 

Business Start-Up Orientation

A Business Start-up Orientation will be held on April 6, 2016, 12pm to 3pm, at the Windsor Chamber of Commerce Office located at 9001 Windsor Rd., Windsor.

This comprehensive orientation is designed to be a starting place for those considering jumping into business for the first time. The workshop will provide you with a start-up guide, as well as a general overview of the things to consider when starting a business.

Topics covered include; Business Licensing Requirements, Business Taxes you are required to pay, Legal Form of Organization, Components of a Business Plan and Marketing.

Fee: $30.00; Cost includes handouts with resources, worksheets and references.

To Register; Visit www.NapaSonomaSBD.org, or call 707-256-7250

Chamber Seeking Ambassadors

The Windsor Chamber is currently seeking Chamber Members that are interested in being part of our Ambassador Team. Come be a part of this fun, exciting and welcoming group!  Our Ambassadors assist with our Membership Luncheons, Networking Dinners, Ribbon Cuttings, Get Connected After Hours, Special Events, and more!

For more information about how you can be part of our Ambassador Team; please contact the Chamber Office @ 707-838-7285.

Notice of Public Workshop on Community Separators

The public is welcome to attend the kick-off public workshop to learn about the ballot measures and current policies, and provide input on the expansions areas. What's a community separator?  A parcel of undeveloped land, sometimes in the form of open space, separating two or more urban areas under different municipal jurisdictions.

A Public Workshop will be held on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 from 4pm to 6pm at the PRMD Hearing Room, located at 2550 Ventura Avenue, Santa Rosa.

For more information email PRMD-community Separators [at] sonoma-county [dot] org or contact Misti [dot] Harris [at] sonoma-county [dot] org or 707-565-1352.

New Flight to STS Orange County

Beginning March 16, Sonoma County will have a daily non-stop flight to and from Orange County and Charles M. Schultz-Sonoma County Airport (STS).

Sonoma County Tourism is working with Alaska Airlines and the two airports for a launch event celebrating the new service. In addition, SCT will advertise the flight to potential visitors in Orange County via an integrated marketing and PR campaign.

In addition to the new flight, Sonoma County Airport is served by non-stop flights from select West Coast cities: Los Angeles, Portland, Oregon, San Diego and Seattle.

Did you know-wine flies free from Sonoma County airport?

Visitors departing from Sonoma County Airport on Alaska Airlines can also take home a case of wine for no additional luggage cost. Alaska Airlines partners with Delta and American, making Sonoma County only a connecting flight away from anywhere the three airlines fly.

 

Restaurant Week March 7-13

Sonoma County chefs are heating up deals to get ready for the tastiest week in Wine Country-Restaurant Week-slated for March 7-13, 2016.

No tickets or passes are required; just visit the Restaurant Week website and plan your culinary road map. Around 100 eateries are offering three course, prix-fixe dinner menus for $19, $29, or $39. Some restaurants are also offering two-course, prix-fixe menus for $10 or $15.

Pace yourself; it will take eating at 14 restaurants a day to take in all the culinary goodness offered during Restaurant Week. Post photos of your food adventures on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, using the hashtag #SCRW and be entered to win dining certificates from participating restaurants.

 

Chamber Seeking Ambassadors

The Windsor Chamber is currently seeking Chamber Members that are interested in being part of our Ambassador Team. Come be a part of this fun, exciting and welcoming group!  Our Ambassadors assist with our Membership Luncheons, Networking Dinners, Ribbon Cuttings, Get Connected After Hours, Special Events, and more!

For more information about how you can be part of our Ambassador Team; please contact the Chamber Office @ 707-838-7285.

Colagrossi Wines Ribbon Cutting Ceremony/Get Connected After Hours

  A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony/Get Connected After Hours will be held on Tuesday February 23, between the hours of 5pm-7pm at Colagrossi Wines located at 7755 Bell Road, Windsor, to welcome new Chamber Member, Colagrossi Wines to the Chamber!

Please join us in welcoming Wine Maker and owner of Colagrossi Wines, Craig Colagrossi, for a Ribbon Cutting and his first Get Connected After Hours, Mixer, while tasting the wines that he personally makes and mingle!

For more information contact: lyone [at] windsorchamber [dot] com

 

 

Town of Windsor

Windsor Senior Center Garden Committee: Following the recommendation of the Senior Citizens Advisory Commission, the Windsor Senior Center will begin preparations to construct a senior garden this spring. The senior garden will be built behind the Senior Center in place of the exisiting unused horseshoe pit. The Windsor Senior Center Garden Committee (WSCGC), is in the process of being formed and is looking for members. Anyone with an interest in gardening, with skills in building a garden or with any input or advice on the direction of the garden, is welcome to attend the first informational meeting, held at the Windsor Senior Center on February 17 at 3:00pm.

Members Collection featured at Windsor Historical Society

The Windsor Historical Society and Museum is presenting its inaugural Members Collections featuring the collection of Bob and Edna Brooks Honsa.

The very first Members Collection is an amazing assortment of over 600 sets of Salt and Pepper shakers, (and this is not all). These shakers were collected by Bob's mother, Ynez Vanoni Honsa between the years of 1930 and 1970.

The shakers commemorate events, famous people and places. They come from all over the United States. They come from the four corners of the world. They run the gamut from utilitarian, to risque', to elegant, with just about everything in-between.

Bob and Edna are life-long residents of Windsor and long-time members of the Windsor Historical Society.  The collection will remain on display through March.

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