The David Yearsley River Heritage Center 6 Copeland St, Petaluma, CA94952 The David Yearsley River Heritage Center is a place where community residents can go to learn about the history of the…More Petaluma River, as well as take advantage of the recreational activities the river has to offer. The center is within Steamer Landing Park, and offers a variety of educational displays, programs and events that teach about the rich history of the river and its surrounding marshes and farmlands.
Volpi's Ristorante & Bar 124 Washington St, Petaluma, CA94952 Steeped in Prohibition-era history and atmosphere, Volpi's is a Petaluma icon and has been in business since 1925 as a…More grocery store. The restaurant was added in 1992. Specializing in home-style Italian cuisine, it is a favorite in town. You'll be delighted by the old-fashioned and historic ambience which includes the obligatory candles and red-checkered tablecloths. There is even a plaque on the exterior wall of the restaurant explaining some of the history of the place.
Kenilworth Junior High School 800 Riesling Rd, Petaluma, CA94954 Kenilworth Junior High School occupies a new and boldly designed school facility on Reisling Road on Petaluma's east…More side. The new school has been open there since 2005. The history of the prior incarnation of Kenilworth Junior High dates back to 1953. Kenilworth is one of six middle schools in the Petaluma Joint Union High School District.
Petaluma River Heritage Center 260 Water St Ste H, Petaluma, CA94952 The mission of the Petaluma River Heritage Center is to introduce current and future generations to the history of the…More Petaluma River and its adjacent sloughs, marshes and farmlands. The center teaches maritime, agricultural and outdoor heritage skills to visitors. The center also provides river-related displays, programs, interactive classes and stewardship activities.
Joseph P. Camozzi Dairy 388 Meacham Rd, Petaluma, CA94952 Joseph P. Camozzi Dairy is a dairy farm and processing center located in Petaluma. The company specializes in the…More distribution of dairy products for commercial clients in the local area. For more information about the company, services and history, contact the Joseph P. Camozzi Dairy office directly.
Pier 1 Imports 1351 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma, CA94954 Pier 1 Imports started as a single store in San Mateo, Ca in 1962. Pier 1 celebrated its 40-year history of…More retailing in 2002 with the mantra "From Hippie to Hip." Everything is global with an artisan feel. Its buyers travel the world looking for unique one-of-a kind home furnishings and accessories.
Lucky Supermarkets 1000 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma, CA94952 Serving Petaluma since 1972, this Lucky market is part of the long history of the Lucky market chain, which was founded…More in 1947. The store carries everything you might need including international foods, health and beauty products, pet care products, wines and beers, meats, seafood and much more. Unlike some of its corporate competitors, Lucky is privately owned. Owner Bob Piccinini contributes to many local charities in the Bay Area.
Washoe House Stony Point Rd & Roblar Rd, Petaluma, CA94952 The Washoe house is the oldest existing roadhouse in Sonoma County. This old wooden 2 story landmark is an old…More stagecoach stop. Step into the old saloon and you can feel the history. On the ceiling business cards and dollar bills have been stapled up there for 50 plus years. The Washoe House has a full bar and offers Americana dining for lunch and dinner with 17 plus tables.
This spacious library holds an impressive collection of approximately 100,000 books, movies and CDs available for…More checkout. During the day there is a variety of programs from baby and toddler reading time to teen and summer reading.
The library also houses the Petaluma History Room, where researchers can access the Sonoma County Archives, historic photographs and cemetery, marriage and other vital records.