Santa Claus is Coming to Graton
The annual Santa Party is on Sunday, Dec. 11 from 1-5 p.m. at the Graton Community Club. Children will have a Free picture taken with Santa. Cookies and juice will be served. Please bring an unwrapped toy for the Graton Fire Dept. to deliver to needy kids.
Santa Claus esta llegando a Graton
La fiesta en honor de Santa Claus, los ninos y sus familias se realizara’ el Domingo, el 11 de Deciembre, desde la una hasta las cinco de la tarde en el Graton Community Club. Los ninos pueden tener un foto gratis tomada con Santa Claus. Se serviran’ galletas y jugo. Por favor que traiga un juguete (no envulto de paper) para que Los Bomberos de Graton puedan repartilo a los ninos de necesidad.
Co-sponsored by the Graton Community Club and Graton Projects Committee
SPRING FLOWER SHOW Friday & Saturday, April 28-29, 2017, 9 am – 4 pm
“MY SECRET GARDEN”
Floral displays, plant sale, crafts and homemade gifts, white elephant, raffle, live music
Lunch served 11 am – 2 pm, $10. Homemade desserts & coffee all day, $5, wine $5.
In 1916, the hatchery was relocated to its present location by log rollers and a team of four horses
Come to the historic clubhouse, a former hatchery that was moved to its present location by log rollers and a team of four horses, for this year’s colorful show with the theme ‘Dia de los Muertos’, the Day of the Dead.
Inside the building you will be greeted with tables of flower arrangements presented within the theme of the ofrendas that are an essential part of the celebration of the Day of the Dead.
In addition to the floral displays, there is a huge plant sale which includes a wide selection of succulents, cacti, native plants, drought tolerant plants and perennials all grown locally and ready for fall planting. The garden area also will be selling a collection of unique garden art including mosaic bird houses and stepping stones.
The show also includes a sale of lovely quilts, embroidered tea towels and other handcrafted novelties, a raffle and collectibles.
Proceeds are used to provide scholarships for local SRCJ graduates continuing on to four-year colleges and to maintain our historic building.