Santa Rosa Chapter, nsdar
Santa Rosa, California

Welcome to dar

The Santa Rosa Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) was organized on December 15, 1925. Mrs. Frank N. Russell was the chapter's first regent. The chapter's name was chosen because of its location in the City of Santa Rosa, the county seat of Sonoma County, nestled in the heart of the lush California wine country.

Many famous people have called Sonoma County "home." Notable among these are Luther Burbank, Robert L. Ripley, and Charles Schulz's "Charlie Brown."

Charles Schulz Museum
Charles Schulz Museum, Wikimedia Commons
Luther Burbank Home and Gardens

The Luther Burbank Home and Gardens is a city park containing the former home, greenhouse, gardens, and grave of noted American horticulturist Luther Burbank. It is located at the intersection of Santa Rosa Avenue and Sonoma Avenue in Santa Rosa, California.

Luther Burbank Home and Gardens,
courtesy Creative Commons