1. Lets Talk about the Weather! Same mix of sunny, cloudy and slightly rainy conditions for us in Rohnert Park this week. Forecasters are predicting slight chance of early morning rain on Monday followed by a mix of sun and clouds all week and into the weekend. Highs are expected in the lower 60s with lows down in the mid 30s at night. Check our your seven-day forecast from the National Weather Service here.
2. Top Stories recap from last week, in case you missed it: , , Cuts Leave Sonoma State with $4.6 Million Shortfall, , and .
3. This Week's Events:
- The Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library is hosting Wiggle Time, a children's storytime for the 1-2 year olds this Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. along with pre-school storytime for ages 3-5 on Friday, 10:30 a.m.
- This Thursday at North Light Books & Cafe, come out and enjoy the music of the band Nothing to Lose, starting at 9 p.m. As part of their happy hour music on Thursdays, the public is invited to come out and can relax, and listen to this local Petaluma Rock and blues band.
- City offices will be closed on Friday and Monday the 20th in observation of Presidents' Day.
- Schools will also be closed this Friday and Monday, Feb. 20 in observation of Presidents' Day, so enjoy less traffic in leak times and watch out for kids playing!
4. Upcoming Events:
- The Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library will close on Saturday, Feb. 18 for the observation of Presidents' Day.
- Another Cotati Creek Critters Stewardship Day is scheduled for this Sunday, Feb. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon at well lot #2 on Lakewood Avenue. Go here for directions.
5. Patch Tip of the Week: Save money and energy by revisiting winterizing tips! With the regular cold mornings it costs us all more energy (and money) to heat our homes. While the wet weather stays away take advantage by sealing drafts, cleaning filters, and doing some weather-stripping. Insulating pipes and checking the seals on air ducts can also help out.
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