FPA Town Meeting

August 24, 2005 Town Social Announcement

Where: Future Site of Forestville Town Square (Hwy 116 - across from Fred’s Liquors)

Open to Everyone

Hosted by: Forestville Planning Association (FPA) and Forestville Chamber of Commerce (as part of their monthly mixer).

What’s Going On:
Treats For You

    • Gourmet food hosted by Tai Olesky, owner of Forestville’s new Mosaic Restaurant and Wine Bar
    • Wines donated by Crinella Winery
    • Lemonade Stand and Home Pressed Apple Juice hosted by local students (Poplar Drive Bakery)
    • Mini Farmer’s Market
    • Full size labyrinth, available for walking, compliments of Labyrinth Design Team

Features Planned for the Town Square Will Be Showcased

    • Plans and drawings for the future Town Square and surrounding residential and commercial areas will be available to view
    • Park boundaries will be identified
    • Joyful Living Center information
    • Forestville Community Wildlife Habitat Program information

Why Should You Go?

    • An opportunity for Forestville citizens to get a “sneak preview” of our new Town Square project being developed by Orrin Thiessen (who will be present to answer questions)
    • AND a chance to meet your neighbors, schmooze and generally enjoy being a citizen of beautiful Forestville

 

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Forestville Planning Association
P.O. Box 184
Forestville, CA 95436
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Regular Board Meetings

  • Every 1st Tues. of month
  • 5:30-7:30PM
  • At Food For Thought
    6550 Railroad Ave.
    Forestville
    (Railroad Ave. parallels
    Front St. in downtown)
  • More info:
    Email Board President,

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