Hispanic-focused events include a bilingual story hour, performances and workshops on health care for agricultural workers

MOVEMENT:

Spanish Music and Movement (0-6 years): Spanish Music and Movement is a tour of culture, language and fun. This presentation is not for sitting down – your family will be active characters in these adventures, participating with colorful scarves, instruments and animals as you move to the sound of the tongue. Even if you’re not fluent in Spanish, see the language come to life with lively and high-energy activities designed for kids under 6 and the family. This event will take place at the Healdsburg Regional Library. This program is offered in Spanish. 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, September 6. 139 Piper Street, Healdsburg. https://bit.ly/3bwbH0n

STORY TIME:

Bilingual Storytime and Crafts: The Sonoma County Library wants you to join them for a fun bilingual (Spanish/English) family storytime session. This includes books, music, movement and a craft. The age group for this event is for 0-6 years old. This program will take place inside the library. This event will take place at the Petaluma Regional Library. This program is offered in Spanish. 10:15 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 7. 100 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma. https://bit.ly/3p0GiX0

EDUCATION:

Free Food Smarts Nutrition Classes: For parents of preschoolers at the Roseland Regional Library. The Center for Well-Being has partnered with Sonoma County’s Cal-Fresh program to provide nutrition education on Food Smarts programs developed by Leah’s Pantry. In this first session, the group will set the stage for healthy choices, balanced meals with different food groups. This program is offered in Spanish. 5 p.m. Thursday, September 8. 470 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa. Free. https://bit.ly/3QlXz8p

MUSIC:

Trio Nuevo Amanecer: romantic traditional Mexican music featuring Santa Rosa musicians on guitars and bass at the Roseland Regional Library. This program is offered in Spanish. 4-5 p.m. Friday, September 9. 470 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa. Free. https://bit.ly/3dafDUG

HEALTH CARE:

Farmworker Clinic: The Botanical Bus meets our Latino and Indigenous customers right where they are – at vineyard sites and at trusted family service centers – to provide upstream and culturally relevant health services including massage, acupuncture, somatic therapy, diabetes prevention and care, clinical nutrition and herbalism. . We welcome our clients with music, tamales and herbal aguas frescas to receive bilingual and bicultural integrative health care. The services are offered on the basis of an accessible sliding scale. This event is in Santa Rosa. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday September 10. 850 W Ninth Street, Room 502/203, Santa Rosa. Free. https://thebotanicalbus.org/schedule-eng/

MOVEMENT:

Spanish Music and Movement (0-6 years): Spanish Music and Movement is a tour of culture, language and fun. This presentation is not for sitting down – your family will be active characters in these adventures, participating with colorful scarves, instruments and animals as you move to the sound of the tongue. Even if you’re not fluent in Spanish, see the language come to life with lively and high-energy activities designed for kids under 6 and the family. This event will take place at the Cloverdale Regional Library. This program is offered in Spanish. 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, September 13. 401 North Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale. Free. https://bit.ly/3QqrUTg

STORY TIME:

Bilingual Storytime and Crafts: The Sonoma County Library wants you to join them for a fun bilingual (Spanish/English) family storytime session. This includes books, music, movement and a craft. The age group for this event is for 0-6 years old. This program will take place inside the library. This event will take place at the Petaluma Regional Library. This program is offered in Spanish. 10:15 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 14. 100 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma. Free. https://bit.ly/3vLtibn

EDUCATION:

Free Food Smarts Nutrition Classes: For parents of preschoolers at the Roseland Regional Library. The Center for Well-Being has partnered with Sonoma County’s Cal-Fresh program to provide nutrition education on Food Smarts programs developed by Leah’s Pantry. In this second session, the group will discuss the diet of our whole family and learn the fundamentals of positive eating. This program is offered in Spanish. 5 p.m. Thursday, September 15. 470 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa. Free. https://bit.ly/3QlXz8p

STORY TIME:

Bilingual Storytime (Ages 0-5): The Library offers a fun bilingual storytime in English and Spanish for children ages 0-5 at the Northwest Santa Rosa Library. Friday, September 16. 10:30 a.m.-11 a.m. Sept. 16. 150 Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa. Free. https://bit.ly/3Q3SiTv

HEALTH CARE:

Farmworker Clinic: The Botanical Bus meets our Latino and Indigenous customers right where they are – at vineyard sites and at trusted family service centers – to provide upstream and culturally relevant health services including massage, acupuncture, somatic therapy, diabetes prevention and care, clinical nutrition and herbalism. . We welcome our clients with music, tamales and herbal aguas frescas to receive bilingual and bicultural integrative health care. The services are offered on the basis of an accessible sliding scale. This event is in Healdsburg. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, September 17. Location: to be determined. Free. https://thebotanicalbus.org/schedule-eng/

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