Petaluma News Roundup August 3
From a new accordion repair shop to a new oyster bar, something delightful is always coming to town. And those are just two of the ways Petaluma is making news! Find out about suggested hiking trails, employment training for youth and more.
- Ecology Corps offers outdoor work experience to Petaluma youth: Local teens learn employment lessons at the Petaluma Bounty Farm.
- New oyster bar coming to downtown: The Shuckery is the brainchild of sisters Jazmine and Aluxa Lalicker, the duo behind Oyster Girls.
- Trail picks for Helen Putnam Regional Park: The 216-acre Petaluma park lies across rolling open meadows punctuated by mature oak savannah.
- Petaluma woman makes accordions her business: Accordion Apocalypse Repair Shop is also stocked full of intricately inlaid accordions, vintage cases and tools of the trade.
- Petaluma artist leads creation of Burning Man temple: David Best and volunteers ready art for the upcoming celebration.