The Redwood Rainbows is the North Bay's first gay and lesbian square dance club, the largest and fastest growing club in the Bay area, and largest predominantly lesbian square dance club ever. I started the group as a caller-run club in 2007, and it has grown to become a thriving dancer-run club which has expanded from one night to two (plus a weekend day), dancing all levels from Beginners class, Mainstream, Plus, and with recent forays into Advanced and Challenge dancing, too!

Please check the Redwood Rainbows web-page for current information on the programs – it is a large club with a schedule that changes periodically to meet the needs of the group.

456 Morris Street
- Get on Highway #12.
- Assuming you're coming from Santa Rosa, and heading west, make a right at the first stoplight in Sebastopol, Morris St. (If you're coming from the west, make a left at the last stoplight in town, Morris St.)
- Take Morris to the end (about three blocks worth).
- The road turns left and square dance hall is on the right. You will have passed three public halls on the turn, and the third is Wischemann Hall.