Jim Cheney, Broker Your Rincon Valley Realtor
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I stopped my Santa Rosa Memorial Park (cemetary) today. It was Memorial Day and I'd heard the cemetary always puts on a good show for our deceased veterans. This was the 38th annual Avenue of the Flags I walked up the front drive and was greated by all the flags of the US. As I walked past the...
One of the great things about living in Sonoma County and in Santa Rosa is all the great family oriented classic car shows. One of the best annual events is Fred Stoke's All American Car show at his ranch in Larkfield (just north of Santa Rosa on Old Redwood Hwy). Fred's car show...
This blog contains pictures of nudity, cross-dressing, religious symbolism, public urination and other pictures of the 96th annual San Francisco Bay to Breakers! This race began in 1912 and was called as the Cross City Race. It was not until 1964 when it was dubbed The Bay to Breake...
The 115th Annual Luther Burbank Rose Parade and Festival is scheduled for Saturday, May 16, 2009. The theme y reduce its operating budget by producing a parade only in 2009. The Parade will be themed "THROUGH THE DECADES" will showcase the music, inventions and events that have shaped our lives ...
May 14th was the San Francisco Bay Area's 14th annual Bike to Work Day. 9 Bay Area Counties participated in the annual event which was designed to promote awareness to more environmentally friendly modes of transportation. In Sonoma County there were 27 "Energizer Stations" strategically place...
It's time again for Santa Rosa's Wednesday night market! This is such a fun weekly event. Held on Fourth St between B St and D st. The market offers fresh local produce, flowers, cheese, meats, entertainment, music, local food and Arts and Crafts. The market is very kid friendly. 5pm - 8:30pm....
So we may never forget
As a Realtor in Rincon Valley, people expect me to be an expert in the community. I'm asked everything from local school testing to, the best dry cleaning. I've got some news. I don't know it all, but I do learn something new about Rincon Valley everyday. I grew up on the San Francisco Peninsu...