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Meals On Wheels - Sonoma Valley
30 Kawana Springs Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Serving the Sonoma Valley
Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley
P.O. Box 910, Sonoma, CA 95476
The Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley is a community association in Sonoma, a branch of Rotary International. The club'sMore aims include combating hunger, improving health and sanitation, providing education and job training, promoting peace and eradicating polio. The Sonoma Valley branch meets each Wednesday at noon at the Lodge at Sonoma. For further inquiries about upcoming events and service projects, as well as membership information, contact the Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley via the association's website. 
Bella Vita Sonoma
457 1st St W, Sonoma, CA 95476
Bella Vita Sonoma is a lifestyle boutique that carries women's apparel, accessories, gifts and vintage and new decor. ItMore serves the greater Sonoma Valley area. 
Sonoma Plaza Pediatrics
181 Andrieux St, Sonoma, CA 95476
Sonoma Plaza Pediatrics specialize in pediatric care for children and young adults. Serving the Sonoma Valley, theMore office houses Carmel Murphy, MD, and Charles DeTorres, MD. 
Sonoma Valley Sun
158 W Napa St, Sonoma, CA 95476
The Sonoma Valley Sun is a weekly print publication covering daily news, features and lifestyle stories around SonomaMore Valley. It is housed in a cottage on West Napa street, one block from the Plaza. Press releases and letters can be e-mailed to news@sonomasun.com. They are associated with Sun FM, 91.3, Sonoma's radio station.
Sonoma Valley Tax Service
453 2nd St E, Sonoma, CA 95476-6705
Sonoma Valley Tax Service specializes in accounting services. Established in 2001, the company is privately owned byMore Robert Mathison. 
Sonoma Segway
375 1st St E, Sonoma, CA 95476

Sonoma Segway is a singular experience of the Sonoma Valley Wine Country. On a Sonoma Segway tour, visitors toMore the community will take a two-hour trip through Sonoma Valley and its best kept secrets, visiting a local winery and the Vella cheese factory. Deluxe tours additionally enjoy lunch at a second winery.

Tours include a complimentary instructional lesson for Segway use, and a bottle of Sonoma Valley wine. Tickets for all tours must be purchased in advance, and visitors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or gaurdian. For reservations or Segway rentals, contact Sonoma Segway at the telephone number provided.

Sonoma Index Tribune
117 W Napa St, Sonoma, CA 95476
The Sonoma Index Tribune is a twice-weekly, family-owned newspaper covering the Sonoma Valley region. The paper wasMore first published in 1879 and was renamed the Index-Tribune in 1884. The paper is published online at Sonomanews.com. A quarterly magazine, SONOMA, is published by the same company.
Sonoma Valley Newcomers Club
P.O. Box 26, Sonoma, CA 95476
Sonoma Valley Newcomers Club is a community association based in Sonoma. The club's purpose is to welcome women who areMore new to the area and integrate them into the region's social life. The club runs an array of activities including cooking classes, restaurant meetings, quilting and knitting, hiking trips, a book club and performance outings.
Valley of The Moon Apartments
18000 Highway 12, Sonoma, CA 95476-3693
Serving Sonoma, the Valley of The Moon Apartments is a privately owned apartment building. The residential property wasMore established in 1996. Lilia Ledon is the manager. 
Sonoma League for Historic Preservation
291 1st St E, Sonoma, CA 95476
The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation is a non-profit organization with the mission to honor and preserve theMore history and charm of Sonoma Valley. Every 10 years the league organizes historic surveys. With a grid over the valley, a group of volunteers document those buildings listed as historic and verify which are not. The organization is housed at the Heritage Center and with its own history of 40 years is a true vestige of Sonoma.
Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau
453 1st St E, Sonoma, CA 95476

In back of Sonoma City Hall is the Sonoma Valley Visitors Center. Offering complimentary maps of the plaza, andMore information about local wineries, shops, galleries, gardens, food, and lodging, it's a useful  stop for anyone coming to wine country.

The building sits at the end of Sonoma Park's green, where patrons can linger, drink wine, take a walk, or rest on bench before one of the two duck ponds. There are public restrooms outside the building.

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