Sonoma Clean Power scholarships for art classes
With funding from Sonoma Clean Power, the Sonoma Community Center (SCC) is offering 75 percent scholarships for all those affected by the October 2017 fires for all youth, adult, and family art programming at the SCC. Anyone who experienced the fires, whether directly or indirectly, is eligible. Contact the center’s office at 938-4642, ext.1, for more information, and find the financial aid application online at sonomacommunitycenter.org/artscholarships/.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer our community scholarships,” said Kala Stein, Director of Ceramics and Arts at the SCC. “Accessibility to art classes provides individuals and families creative ways to express emotions and build community, helping with trauma recovery and finding a foothold after such a tragedy.”
For over six decades, the SCC has worked to inspire creative expression and enhance quality of life by bringing world class programming to the Valley of the Moon, and to preserve and restore its grand, historic building.
Sonoma Clean Power is a not-for-profit public agency operated by the Cities of Cloverdale, Cotati, Fort Bragg, Petaluma, Point Arena, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma, Willits and the Town of Windsor, and the Counties of Sonoma and Mendocino.
More information and class listings can be found at sonomacommunitycenter.org, by calling the Center at 938-4626, ext. 1, or in person at the Center’s office at 276 E. Napa St., in Sonoma.