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Meet Peter Coyote and support the Literacyworks Center

  • Carole L. Ellis Auditorium SRJC Petaluma 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway Petaluma, CA, 94954 United States (map)

We are pleased to announce a wonderful afternoon with special guest Peter Coyote, actor, author, director, screenwriter and narrator of films, theatre, television and audiobooks, on Sunday October 2nd in the Carole L. Ellis Auditorium on the Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma campus from 3p.m. to 5p.m.

This event will support low literacy, low income adults overcome barriers to completing and being successful in college by acquiring the skills to access and complete college programs.

  • General Admission: $100 (1 ticket)

In order to make this fundraiser a success, we are looking to partner with our friends in the community. We are asking you to consider supporting this event through one of our sponsorship levels:

  • Chancellor: $2500 (10 tickets)
  • Dean: $1000 (5 tickets)
  • Professor: $500 (3 tickets)
  • Tutor: $250 (2 tickets)

We would be delighted to partner with you at this event and you’ll be recognized on our website and event program. 

For tickets for General Admission and Sponsorships go to Brown Paper Tickets.
For more information, contact Rita at (707) 981-8086 or INFO@LITERACYWORKS.ORG.

Thank you for your friendship and support! 
Literacyworks is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit.

  • The Center is a project of Literacyworks, an educational non-profit.
  • The Center assists low literacy, low income, highly motivated adults in the North Bay to become career and college ready.
  • The Literacyworks Center helps students succeed by providing scholarships, counseling and support.
  • The Center is a cutting edge, innovative, research-based demonstration program.
  • The Center works with community partners who identify and refer motivated adults.
  • To date, the Center has a less than 10% student dropout rate compared to a historically 60% dropout rate for this at-risk population at community colleges.

Learning is power. Information is liberating. Education is progress.