Quilts on display at Rincon Valley library

  • The Pointless Sisters quilting guild will be displaying their quilts at the Rincon Valley Regional Library in Santa Rosa through Feb. 22. (Shutterstock)

A quilted fiber arts exhibit featuring works of The Pointless Sisters, a group of local quilt artists, is on display through Feb. 22 at the Rincon Valley Regional Library in Santa Rosa.

The exhibit includes a collaborative quilt on the Laguna Watershed as well as a collection of works, each inspired by a particular artists.

The Pointless Sisters are a subgroup of the Santa Rosa Quilt Guild dedicated to elevating quilting to a fine art. The library is located at 6959 Montecito Blvd.


Afternoon's events help prep for planting season: The annual Sonoma County Community Garden Summit on Feb. 8 in Santa Rosa will help people gear up for the growing season.

The afternoon event will include:

- A presentation about two local community gardens

- Workshops on cooking from the cool season garden, creating gardens for all ages, resources and fundraising, and pest and disease management

- The chance to meet and learn from other community gardens from around the county

- An update on CGNSC's services and how to get involved

- A seed swap — bring yours and trade for seed from other people's gardens

- Information tables by a variety of local organizations

A tour before the summit from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. of the Community Garden at Bayer Farm, 1550 West Ave., across from Sheppard Elementary School.

The summit will run from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Roseland Elementary School, 1777 West Ave., in Santa Rosa.

Admission is free and Spanish translation will be provided. For more information contact Autumn Buss at autumn@communitygardensonoma.org or 623-0239.


Master Gardeners present series of free workshops: The Sonoma County Master Gardeners offer a series of free workshops geared specifically to home gardeners. All workshops are from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For more information call 565-2608. Coming up on Feb. 8:

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