99 Sixth Street Santa Rosa, California, in Historic Railroad Square. One of the best ways you can support us is by visiting the center for an activity, event, or project! We have something happening every day - we have weekly Improv Comedy, Didgeridoo, and Capoeira classes. We host an open mic every Wednesday and a free Community Healing Sanctuary on the second Sunday of the month. Check out our Calendar or just stop on in!
Our charming, historic building spanning the entire block on Wilson and 6th Street is a host of many diverse community engagements. The center is cared for by volunteers. Please contact us about ways you can participate!
Summer 2018 Shakespeare in the Cannery
Five years ago the historic cannery walls became the backdrop of the first Cannery play, Romeo and Juliet. We celebrated our final season this summer with Shakespeare in Love. Our solar-powered, outdoor theater is a monument to community-driven performance art. Shakespeare in the Cannery is a cultural arts project of the Arlene Francis Center. Please support the closing of this project by donating via the website below!