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<b>There is a free art class again this summer at the No Name Café (in Sonoma Valley High School) from noon to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays from June 18 to July 30.</b> The class is taught by volunteer Annie Falandes from Sonoma Valley Teen Services, the sponsor of the workshop. “This summer’s art classes are a way to play with colors, different artistic media, learn art techniques and have a good time. Kids of any age are welcome.” For information about the classes, email or call Falandes: 938-3209 or<a href=" lna@falcast.com"> lna@falcast.com</a>.

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<b>There will be a free Bicycling Street Skills 101 class for ages 14 and up from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 7, at the Sonoma Community Center. </b>This class is for novice to expert cyclers and will be taught by nationally certified instructors. To register, email <a href="wakins@sonomacity.org">wakins@sonomacity.org</a>.

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<b>I love to hear about computer coding classes in Sonoma. Spaces are filling fast in the free Coding Camp being offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 19, at the Sonoma Valley Regional Library.</b> This “Coding Camp for Kids: Minecraft Mods” workshop is designed to teach basic programming concepts to kids. It uses the popular game, Minecraft to learn about object-oriented programming principles by creating modifications in the game. This is a first of its kind workshop in a public library and was recently highlighted, by the School Library Journal. Kids entering sixth through ninth grade in the fall are eligible to enroll. There is a limit of 20 participants. Enrollment began June 1, call 545-0831, ext. 1553.

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<b>You can support our local schools by purchasing new “Market Dollars” at the Tuesday night Farmer’s Market. </b>Market Dollars can be used everywhere at the market, any time this season. Fifteen-percent of the Market Dollars purchased on June 3 benefit Sassarini Elementary School and Altimira Middle School. On June 10, the recipient is Dunbar Elementary. Stop by the market manager desk on the west side of City Hall for details.

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<b>Sonoma is becoming known for its theater offerings and this summer there are several exciting new theater camps in town as well. </b>


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