Sculpture Trail General Information

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Who to Contact

Geyserville Sculpture
Victoria Heiges or (415) 608-6160
Cloverdale Sculpture
Joyce Mann
Geyserville Community Foundation
Victoria Heiges
Cloverdale History Museum
Cloverdale History Museum Office
Geyserville Issues
Victoria Heiges
Cloverdale Issues
Joyce Mann

About Us

The History CenterFounded in 1968, the Cloverdale Historical Society is a cultural, non-profit organization 501 (C) (3) Corporation with a mission to collect, conserve and celebrate the unique history of the Cloverdale area. It is supported by dedicated and talented volunteers, and a growing membership. In the heart of the Sonoma Wine Country just 15 miles north of Healdsburg. The Gould-Shaw House Museum and History Museum are part of the Cultural Corridor of shops, restaurants, art galleries and B&Bs located at 215 N Cloverdale Blvd in downtown Cloverdale.

City of GeyservilleGeyserville Community Foundation (GCF) is a 501(c) 3 public charity to support and promote the history, creative arts, recreation and enrichment of the Geyserville community. The Foundation was founded with a grant from the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce. GCF coordinates the Geyserville portion of the Sculpture Trail and is working on establishing a garden at the Corner Lot in the center of town. GCG’s next project is to mount a campaign to replace the aging roof in the Oriental Community Hall, which was originally the Oriental School.

Geyserville Chamber of Commerce is a supporter of the Geyserville Community Foundation and its projects. The Chamber represents the pinnacle of wine country business. Talented artists, artisans and long running family-owned commerce define Geyserville. Geyserville offer an exciting and rich economic community for individuals and small business as well as medium and large companies. Come visit and let the Chamber help you with establishing a business in the area, or planning a visit to Geyserville.