The Flamingo Resort is a mid-century marvel in The Valley of the Moon. The buildings, rendered with natural materials and iconic angular silhouettes, are the work of master architect Homer A. Rissman. Set on a 10-acre campus, it is an incomparable property for both its city access and sense of complete retreat.
The Flamingo’s soul is the open mind. Spiritual curiosity and exploration are rooted in the New Age wellness that was popularized in Western culture during the 60s and 70s. It’s a nod to the past, and encourages guests to be present.
La Luz plays a unique role in Sonoma County and the Latino community. For many, it is the first point of access for help with basic needs in an emergency, and for opportunities to overcome economic and social challenges. La Luz helps clients navigate resources, and in partnership with donors, businesses and other county organizations, provides help with filing tax returns, offers health clinics, classes on computer literacy, parenting skills and nutrition, as well as English as a Second Language courses. The Center is a lifeline and resource hub for low-income residents and disadvantaged families in the Sonoma valley’s Latino community.