Rent the Hall
Per directives from the CDC and the CA Health Department, the Center will be closed to outside events through at least May 2021. We will reevaluate the situation at that time depending on County restrictions. We do have plant sales scheduled in April—please check the calendar for dates.
Please stay safe.
We’re looking forward to being open in late summer for rentals. If you have an event you’d like to have at the Center, please fill out the form on the About the Center page and we’ll get back to you about availability.
Planning a large gathering? Our hall (max 130 seated or 275 standing persons) is ready to host your next event. Amenities include seating and tables, kitchen, bathrooms, and courtyard. For a nominal fee you have access to a sound system which includes microphone, iPad, iPod and computer connection.
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center is a stress-free environment for weddings, birthdays, and other organized events.
We are also available to host your organization’s monthly or quarterly meetings. Contact us to check on availability.
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Clubs at LBA&GC
LBA&GC was founded by several gardening clubs, and is now home to clubs whose interests expand from flowers to fine arts.
Redwood Empire Rose Society
We meet on the 3rd Thursday the following months: February, March, April; June, July; September, October, November, and December. Meetings are at the Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center (LBAGC) at 7:00 p.m..
Organized 1965, the RERS has been very active in the Santa Rosa community. Each year the Spring Rose Show is attended by many non-members. The RERS entered in the Hall of Flowers Garden Contest at the Sonoma County Fair up to 2003.Learn More
Redwood Stitchers Chapter
Redwood Stitchers is a chapter of the Greater Pacific Region of the Embroiderers’ Guild of America.Learn More
Santa Rosa Garden Club
The vision of the Santa Rosa Garden Club is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, horticulture and floriculture among the membership and the general public and to promote and participate in the restoration, improvement, and protection of the environment through programs and actions in civil improvement and conservation.
Santa Rosa Iris Society
S.R.I.S. is an affiliate to the American Iris Society and Region 14 of the American Iris Society. The purpose of the Santa Rosa Iris Society is to stimulate and foster interest in the study, propagation and culture of the genus Iris; all Bearded Irises, Aril Irises, Spurias, Siberians, Japanese, Louisianas, Californicae, and Species Irises.
The Santa Rosa Iris Society meets the second Monday of each month February through October at 7:00 p.m. at Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center.Learn More
Santa Rosa Photographic Society
Santa Rosa Photographic Society Member Club, of the Northern California Council of Camera Clubs, N4C 2016 marked the beginning of SRPS’s 40th year as a club specifically devoted to the interests of amateur photographers. Our members range from complete beginners to advanced masters, and the club provides everyone many opportunities to improve their photographic skills, learn new “digital darkroom” and print techniques, and to participate in fun activities.
Club Website: http://www.santarosaphotographicsociety.org
Watercolor Artists of Sonoma County
WASCO is a water media organization founded in 1993 by a group of Sonoma County watercolor artists. The principal purpose of WASCO is to educate the public as to the many values of watercolor and to escalate the acceptance of watercolor as being an art form which should be sought and treasured along with other contemporary art forms. Monthly programs consists of demonstrations and lectures by well known and respected watercolor artists.
Club Website: http://wascoart.org/Learn More