Located within City Hall, Rohnert Park's water, sewer and garbage department is responsible for refuse collection and…More garbage services that include recycling, compost, landfill and hazardous waste, like computers. </p>
<p>For questions or information about pickups or drop-offs, and for questions about how to dispose of a particular item, such as Christmas trees or furniture, visit: http://unicycler.com/residential/sonoma/cloverdale/2010_holiday_collection_schedule_sonoma_county</p>
<p>Residents can make payments online or ask questions about their services.</p>
Aurora Colors is a stained glass studio that specializes in fusing and mosaic work. Aurora Colors sells a range of…More decorative items, including lamps, window hangings and decorative boxes. </p>
<p>The studio offers how-to classes on painting your own stained glass and kiln-firing on stained glass. Classes and workshops are offered for children and adults. During the holiday season, Aurora Colors holds children's workshops, where kids can stain and use their own glass ornaments for Christmas and Valentine's Day, for example.</p>
<p>Adult classes are also offered, including beginning stained glass, fusing, jewelry-making, lamp-making and cutting sheet glass. Prices range from $20 for a class on how to make a lamp to $150 for eight classes on beginning stained glass. Some classes and workshops are free. </p>
Classic Sports 300 Golf Course Dr, Rohnert Park, CA94928 Classic Sports is located inside the Double Decker Lanes Bowling Alley. The small bowling specialty sports shop is owned…More by Nick Cynor, a man who is passionate about bowling. A section of the store is dedicated to ancient, signed bowling pins and old bowling ball carrying cases. There are bowling photographs from 1915. Mr. Cynor can customize a bowling ball by re-drilling the holes, and he can repair bowling balls. He also does screenprinting, and he creates trophies and awards for various sports leagues in the community. He expects a shipment of bowling Christmas ornaments any day. His store is, in his own words, "like rolling down memory lane."