Petaluma Community Projects To Finish April On A High

April 24, 2012 by  

From the perspective of local professionals, the city of Petaluma as a whole will be closing out the month of April on a high note with events like the “A Conversation with Belva Davis”, the “31st Annual Butter and Egg Days Parade Festival”, as well as the “26th Annual Spring Antique Faire”.

Out of these three events, the first one coming up is “A Conversation with Belva Davis”. Taking place April 26th, residents are invited to come to the SRJC Petaluma Campus and hear about the firsthand experiences of an Emmy Award winning journalist.

Discussing her successful career as a journalist and simultaneously promoting her new book, this hour-long presentation is sure to be filled with all sorts of fascinating insights into an unbelievably accomplished individual in Belva Davis. Going from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm, this is a talk that everyone from students to entrepreneurs can attend.

With both the Parade Festival and the Anitque Faire being hosted April 28th and 29th respectively, local print companies will undoubtedly be working hard to ensure that the flyer printing, poster printing, and banner printing is finished in time.

In the case of the Parade Festival, the entire community is expected to be involved. Going from 10:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the theme for this year’s event is going to be “River of Dreams: Then and Now”. Featuring events for kids as well as a contest, food, and drinks, leading up to the parade, there’s going to be something for everyone available here. Where inventory is concerned, the same could also be said of the Antique Faire.