|7:00am •||Free InMotion Classes for Women!|
@ Rec Center - Call Rec Center for Details (7007) 664-4FUN
|8:00am •||Sonoma Invitational Wind Band Festival
Gary W. Hill, guest adjudicator Green Music Center, Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall all day Andy Collinsworth, director of SSU Bands and Music Education, hosts the inaugural Sonoma Invitational Wind Band Festival. Selected high school bands from California and Nevada will receive intensive coaching and clinics with Gary W. Hill, director of ensembles at Arizona State University. Info: email@example.com. Open to the public. Park in Lot O. Parking passes are $5. Free
|9:00am •||• RSA Seawolf Search|
@9am – 5pm Join us for RSA’s tri-city scavenger hunt! Teams of 4-6 people compete in challenges and a race around the Rohnert Park, Cotati, Penngrove communities for prizes! Tons of fun had by all. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
|10:00am •||Susan Thackrey, PhD, Manifesting the Image: C. G. Jung's Paintings in The Red Book|
@ Art 108, Sonoma State University - Donations accepted Doors open at 9:30 a.m. $30 fee for 3 hours CE for therapists (BBSE); CE registration at the door the morning of the event $8 parking in Lot A next to the Art Building or $5 in Lot E, F, G (download campus map)
|7:00pm •||Vagina Monologues|
@ Cooperage - The Vagina Monologues cast consists of a group of Sonoma State University women and men performing monologues that all relate to the vagina somehow. While some of the monologues are humorous, others will bring you to tears with their raw words and deep penetrating messages. Topics of these monologues include sex, love, rape, mutilation, masturbation, birth, orgasm and anatomy. This play uses the vagina as a theme that represents female empowerment in society. Tickets will be available in the Student Union and cost $5 for students, $8 faculty and staff and $10 general admission. All proceeds will benefit anti violence non profits. The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler have been “hailed by The New York Times as "funny" and "poignant" and by the Daily News as "intelligent" and "courageous," The Vagina Monologues, which was first performed off-Broadway by Ms. Ensler, dives into the mystery, humor, pain, power, wisdom, outrage and excitement buried in women’s experiences.” (http://vdaysf2012.eventbrite.com/ )
|7:15pm •||“One Day After Peace”: An Israeli Woman’s Odyssey”|
@ Congregation Shomrei Torah 2600 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa - Could you forgive someone who killed your child? This award winning documentary tells the story of Robi Damelin an Israeli woman whose son is killed by a Palestinian sniper. A bereaved mother turned peace activist, Robi tries to meet her son’s killer in an Israeli prison. His refusal sends her on a trip back to her native South Africa 15 years after apartheid to speak with people who were part of the Truth and Reconciliation Act. Robi meets with perpetrators from both sides of the conflict, and tries to understand the motivations that brought them to confront their victims and publicly declare their crimes. The journey is her way of dealing with her personal grief and her search for solutions to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Molly Freeman and Judy Gussmann will facilitate a discussion after the film. Molly Freeman is a Bay Area leader and on the national board of J Street, which endorses a two-state solution to the Middle East. Judy Gussman is a facilitator with the Year of Civil Discourse, and on the East Bay Jewish Community Relations Council. For more information call 578-5519.