Partner Programs

Community Education Student Login

The Institute for Reading Development;

Sonoma County Library

Children's Museum of Sonoma County;

Pepperwood Preserve;

Older Adults Program;

Shone Farm Equestrian;


2017 Summer Reading Programs for Children and Adults 

Programs in Petaluma, Rohnert Park, and Santa Rosa 

For an enjoyable activity with lifelong benefits, we recommend one of our reading programs designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. Programs are offered by Santa Rosa Junior College, Community Education.

For program locations and schedules in your area, or to enroll online, select a program level below:


For more information, or to enroll by phone, please call

            (800) 964-8888

Program coordinators are available Monday through Friday, from 5 am- 7 pm Mon- Fri, 5 am- 4 pm Sat, 7 am- 3 pm Sun.

 Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa

Children's Museum of Sonoma County 

The Children's Museum of Sonoma County offers a variety of workshops and camps for children ages 5 - 8 years old. Camps and workshops are designed to be hands on and full of art, science, exploration, and imaginative play! Children will leave excited about each day's play and exploration-- and enhance their love of learning.

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Sonoma County Library - Healthy Living at Your Library 

Sonoma County Library announces a series of FREE classes with health as the focus. Funded with a $30,000 federal grant, the library has identified health literacy as an educational need in our community. The “Healthy Living at Your Library” series will offer free educational classes and events to the public with a focus on nutrition, healthy cooking and physical fitness. Classes will be offered countywide at each library branch from October 2016 to May 2017.




Pepperwood Preserve:

Pepperwood Preserve

An ecological institute dedicated to educating, engaging, and inspiring our community through habitat preservation, science-based conservation, leading-edge research, and interdisciplinary educational programs.

Pepperwood Preserve

2130 Pepperwood Preserve Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95404


Phone: (707) 591-9310

Fax: (707) 591-9315


Older Adults Program 

The Santa Rosa Junior College Older Adults Program offers free noncredit educational classes designed specifically for older adults as part of its goal to provide lifelong learning. Classes offer older adults a variety of activities to promote physical, cognitive, social and emotional health. All levels of abilities are welcome. 

•    No age limit for seniors’ classes, though they are geared for older adults
•    Classes coincide with the summer, fall and spring semesters
•    No fee for the classes (free)

How to register
Review the class offerings either online or in the Community Education Bulletin or in SRJC’s Schedule of Classes.    
Select a class and either sign up online or by going to the location and the instructor will give you an application

For more information, contact the Older Adults Program at 527-4533

(These classes are not affiliated with the Community Education Department)



Shone Farm Equestrian 

The Santa Rosa Junior College Shone Farm Equestrian Center is located in the heart of wine country, minutes from Windsor, Santa Rosa, and Forestville. This location is ideal for horses to thrive and students to perfect their equestrian skills.

We have a beautiful facility, overlooking the rolling hills and valley of beautiful Sonoma County. The center is equipped with a large covered arena so is conducive to riding – rain or shine!

Our staff is highly knowledgeable, friendly, and is here to serve and accommodate you or your children's needs while learning about and riding horses. The facility, the staff, and the horses are available for everyone, so come join our fun and enriching program

Click here for more info. 

To schedule a tour or lesson with Shone Farm Equestrian please contact:

Stephanie Koch

Shone Farm Equestrian
7450 Steve Olson Lane
Forestville, CA 95436