A new exhibit at the Sonoma County Museum, Journey to Fountaingrove: From Feudal Japan to California Utopia, sheds light on Fountaingrove, the utopian colony founded by self-proclaimed 19th-century visionary Thomas Lake
The '60s are back this Wednesday, November 18, when the Library hosts its Wikipedia edit-a-thon around the theme of The '60s: Groovy, Baby. The drop-in workshop will help Wikipedia beginners and experienced editors improve articles on Wikipedia using University Library resources, as well as learn the ins-and-outs of how to edit the free, online encyclopedia project.
The University Library is excited to see parents and families on campus for Family Weekend. We hope you have a great time visiting your student and learning about their life at Sonoma State University.
Sonoma County was the star of a recent set of episodes on C-SPAN’s Cities Tour. Videographers from C-SPAN’s Book TV and American History TV channels paid a visit to the county to highlight North Bay history, with the help of local historians, scholars, and librarians.