Calling all Panthers: Santa Rosa High School is celebrating 140 years of all things orange and black on March 30.

The event is free and open to the public and organizers are trying to get the word out to as many alumni as possible.

The event will also shine a light on the SRHS FFA program which celebrates its 85th anniversary this year, according to Susan Burch, a SRHS parent and longtime booster.

Campus tours, led by SRHS Foundation stalwarts Tony Negri and Mike Daniels will be offered, as well as visits to the school museum. A slew of displays of programs and student work will be on hand.

In addition, the event will feature history club displays, ArtQuest students’ work, sheep shearing, jam making and the presence of live animals including steer, chickens and bunnies. Students from the vet tech program will have floriculture and viticulture displays, according to Burch.

The event will run from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. throughout campus.

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