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Santa Rosa Junior College is a vibrant cultural center in Santa Rosa, California, offering exciting athletic events, concerts, lectures, culinary delights, and both music and theatre performances. In addition to this wide variety of events, the Doyle Library, the Art Gallery, and the Jesse Peter Museum are all open to the public.
The college’s popular Community Education Program offers not-for-credit classes designed for personal interest, professional development, and lifelong learning.
You can take classes at SRJC’s state-of-the-art B. Robert Burdo Culinary Arts Center at 1570 Mendocino Ave, across the street from the Santa Rosa campus, or just stop into their Café and Bakery during the week for delicious coffee and pastries or a tasty lunch made by SRJC students and professional chef instructors.
If you are looking for something interesting, fun, and educational to do in the heart of your community, SRJC invites you to enjoy the array of activities year round at SRJC, as well as the incredibly talent of SRJC students, visiting guests and artists, instructors, and community members. There is something for everyone at SRJC!