Opened in 2003, the Rohnert Park - Cotati branch of the Sonoma County Library holds 24,000 children's books, more…More than 100,000 volumes and up-to-date magazine and newspaper articles available both in print and online. The main library seats more than 250 people and a second floor offers more room if needed. </p>
<p>The library also hosts community lectures, readings and meetings on a variety of topics, such as native plant landscaping and a kid's reading titled "readers of the pack," where children read to what the library touts as an "appreciative dog." Most readings and lectures are free and open to the public.</p>
<p>As it is located in wine country, the library also caters to its audience by offering a collection of wine-related articles from academic and trade journals are available for browsing at winefiles.org.</p>
<p>The Rohnert Park - Cotati Branch also offers easily-navigated online research tools, ranging from digital catalogs, fiction and non-fiction books and even a service to email or phone a librarian.</p>
Palm & Card Reader 4640 Arlington Ave, Santa Rosa, CA95407 Palm & Card Reader is a personal services company operating in the Rohnert Park community and the surrounding areas,…More specializing in giving palm and card readings to clients. For further information, please call the provided number to speak with a representative.
Seasons Pizzeria Sports Bar & Grill 563 Rohnert Park Expy W, Rohnert Park, CA94928 Seasons Pizzeria Sports Bar & Grill is a locally owned restaurant. This eatery offers entrees featuring homemade…More sauces and dressings, as well as house-ground chuck for burgers. Happy hour specials are available daily from 3pm to 6pm. The restaurant is located in the Food Max Shopping Center next to the Reading Cinemas.
La Fiesta Elementary School 8511 Liman Way, Rohnert Park, CA94928 La Fiesta's mascot is the stingray — and that's fitting considering the elementary school's curriculum is geared…More towards the oceans, ecosystems and sciences. The school has a reading proficiency rating of about 38 percent and a math comprehension rating of about 53 percent. More than half of the students are classified as "economically disadvantaged." La Fiesta is a K-6 school.
Barbershops are a classic throwback to simpler times. They were a place for guys to gather, talk sports, complain and…More of course get a good haircut. Thankfully, the Empire Barber Shop is still doing that today. Part of the Southwest Square, the guys at Empire have been cutting hair for the locals since 1995.</p>
<p>The shop is exactly what you would expect with chairs to wait in while reading Sports Illustrated or watching the game on TV. Pictures of classic sports icons grace the walls and of course, they have a barbershop pole out front.</p>
<p>Come on in for a shave or perhaps a buzz cut (the house special).</p>
The Redwood Cafe 8240 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati, CA94931 Redwood Cafe serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, along with organic and fair-trade coffee beverages, beer and…More wine and a selection of scrumptious baked goods from Criminal Baking Company. It's also a community hub featuring live music of all kinds and exhibits by local artists. Other events include trivia and open mic nights, poetry readings and talks with local authors.
The Comic Book Box is a fresh, bright change from traditional comic book specialty shops. Natural light spills in…More from the front windows and shows off widely-spaced, tidy racks and shelves of comics, graphic novels, games and action figures. A children's section is prominently located near the front of the store. It is owner Kathy Bottarina's mission to provide a personalized, safe and friendly experience to comic book fans (casual and serious) in her hidden gem of a shop. Tucked in an inner courtyard near Rotten Robbies on Southwest Boulevard, The Comic Book Box is woman and child friendly, setting it apart from the usual pin-up images and beyond PG-13 displays seen in other shops.</p>
<p>Kathy believes that comics are a great way to get kids to start reading and keep reading. Her friendly face breaks into a smile as she describes the challenge of getting to know a customer's likes and dislikes, even what movies, books and cities they enjoy before recommending a product. She knows that happy customers are return customers, but more than that , she loves her product, and cares about offering a great experience.</p>