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Today
thru
Sun, June 19th

Miniatures Exhibition - Healdsburg

11am-5pm - Healdsburg Center for the Arts will be showing works of art
made to the size of less than 12 inches.  All genres will be shown including paintings, crafts, photos, woodworks, multi-media, ceramics, sculpture
& jewelry.  Exhibit runs through - June 19th.
Mon, Wed, Thurs 11am-5pm Fri, Sat 11am-6pm.  Closed Tuesday.
334 Center St. Healdsburg
http://www.healdsburgcenterforthearts.org


Today
thru
Fri, September 1st

Sculpture Garden Exhibit - LBC, Santa Rosa

Thousand Ways: A Work in Progress.  Running through September, 2023.

Collaborating with Petaluma River Park Foundation (PRPF) to feature work
by lead artists
David Duskin & Darling Gonzalez that challenges how we
see & experience art, using a language of
color & simple materials to create infinite compositions. The pieces invite you in to come back again
& again to see the evolution. Designed to encourage us to think about
the impact of how small
changes can reshape our perspective.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Today
thru
Tue, August 30th

Out 'N About Adventures - Backpacking & Scuba Camps

Come join us this summer as we get out & about exploring our coast
forests, the rugged mountains & the underwater world of Lake Tahoe.
Trips are available for ages 8-18 - for any level of experience.
https://outnabout.live/adventures/


Today
thru
Sat, May 21st

(Challenge) - ART Exhibit - Cloverdale

11am-5pm - Exhibit runs through May 21, 2022.
Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery
204 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale
 


Today
thru
Thu, June 30th

Help out with Rescue Animals

Little Trooper Ranch Animal Rescue is looking for volunteers
to spend time with dogs, help keep the shelter tidy, do laundry
& keep the barns clean.
The non-profit also is seeking a volunteer coordinator & driver to help with trips to vet.

For more info:

https://www.littletrooperranch.org/


Today
thru
Fri, July 1st

Summer Music Lessons - Santa Rosa

8am-8:30pm - Classes, Immersions; Private Online Excellence in Teaching All People, Any Age Welcome.  Learn Two Instruments for One Price,
Highly rated long time established contributing local business,
Cheryl Teach Music - Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Flute, Saxophone, Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Accordion, Harmonica, Voice & many more...
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797
Online, Santa Rosa
https://www.cherylteachmusic.com


Today
thru
Wed, May 18th

SR City Works Festival

5-8:30pm - Activities for all ages:  Climb aboard Construction Equipment,
Discover what makes your city work, Watch a pipe Cleaning Demo.
Downtown Santa Rosa
Mendocino Ave., between 4th & 5th Streets
@ The Wednesday Night Market
http://srcity.org/YourCityWorks


Today
thru
Mon, May 30th

Mental Health Awareness Month

http://celebratecommunity.org

 


Today
thru
Sun, May 22nd

Healdsburg Museum Exhibit:

Looking back at the Native Peoples who have called
the area home for countless generations.
Free Admission & Tours are available by appointment.
Days/Hours: Wednesday through Sunday, from 11am-4pm.
221 Matheson St., Healdsburg
https://www.healdsburgmuseum.org/

 

 

 


Today
thru
Sun, May 29th

Manzanar - The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams - Santa Rosa

 Featuring more than 50 little known photos by the famed
photographer depicting the how Japanese Americans bore their treatment
t the Manzanar incarceration camp in Central California.

11-5 Wednesday - Sunday
Museum of Sonoma County
427 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707 579-1500
http://museumsc.org/upcoming%20exhibitions/


Today
thru
Fri, May 20th

GET YOUR FLU SHOT

Flu season is still underway & it’s important to protect yourself
& your loved ones.  Influenza (flu) is & can be dangerous to adults
65 & older & those with chronic health conditions. Nationally, 50-70%
of flu hospitalizations were in people over 65.

Flu shots are especially important for healthcare workers & caregivers
of vulnerable adults. Not only will getting a flu shot help reduce the
chance of catching the illness, but it will also help reduce the severity
if it’s contracted.

https://stopflu.org/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI7a7U9fyW9gIVwxx9Ch0ynAIzEAAYAiAAEgJoxfD_BwE


Today
thru
Tue, May 31st

Now Accepting All Vehicle Donations - Council On Aging

Cars, Trucks, Boats, Airplanes, Buses, RVs, Trailers, Jet Skis & Motorcycles.
To learn more call:

844-411-5768


Thu, May 19th

Wildfire Mitigation Fair - Co-Sponsored by Heffernan Insurance Brokers & Ember Defense

10am-2pm - Wildfire season is here. Are you prepared?
Join Industry Experts Heffernan Insurance Brokers & Ember Defense
on.  Meet Industry Experts as we showcase a variety of products
& services available to help protect your home or business property
from the threat of wildfire.  Help us help you protect your assets.

Complimentary Food Truck during hourse of event.
Silver Oak Alexander Valley 7300 California 128 Healdsburg

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wildfire-mitigation-fair-hosted-by-


Thu, May 19th
thru
Sat, May 21st

Friends of the Healdsburg Library Book Sale

BOOKS for SALE for EVERYONE & for EVERY INTEREST.
Thursday, May 19 - 10am-5:30pm (Members Only, from 10am-1pm),
Friday, May 20 - 10am-5:30pm,
Saturday, May 21 - 10am-3pm (Bag Sale ALL DAY $6/Bag).
Healdsburg Library
139 Piper Street, Healdsburg https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/healdsburg-regional-library/friends-of-the-healdsburg-library


Thu, May 19th

Empower your Human Defenses

Increasing cyber threats across the internet are exploiting the vulnerabilities of many organizations. Today, we are challenged to find effective ways to protect our assets, privacy, and businesses. With an alert, aware and properly trained employee base, organizations can minimize cyber-attacks. When all other processes, controls, and technologies fail, humans are your last line of defense. In this presentation, Chris Jones will discuss how to empower your people to protect your organization. He will delve into how to build a world-class security awareness training program that is highly effective at protecting against attacks. Join us to gain knowledge and security insights and learn the methods, tactics, and techniques to effectively shape your organization’s information security culture.

Location: Microsoft Teams Virtual Event

Website: https://www.isc2-northbay-chapter.org/meetings-events

Phone: 9999999999


Thu, May 19th
thru
Fri, May 20th

Save a Life with CPR - Sonoma County

20 minute CPR Classes offered at Local Fire Stations.

Hands-Only CPR Class on Thursday, May 19 from 4-6pm
Sonoma Valley Fire Headquarters
630 Second St., West.

 

The district will also host a class on Friday, May 20 from 2-4pm
Glen Ellen Fire Station
13445 Arnold Dr.,

 

The Instruction takes 10-20 minutes & is open to ANYONE who would
liked to attend.  The Class is an awareness level course & doesn't involve
any certifications or prerequisties.
Easy to learn, easy to perform & has been proven to make a dramatic
increase in the survival of victims of suddeen cardiac arrest.


Thu, May 19th
thru
Thu, May 26th

Trivia Night - Victory House, Epicenter - Santa Rosa

6-8pm - EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT.
3215 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 708-4625
https://visitepicenter.com/


Thu, May 19th
thru
Thu, October 27th

The Nursery at the Jail Industries

.... is OPEN Year Round by Appointment.
10am-2pm - Thursday & Saturday.
2254 Ordinace Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 239-1611
Email your name, desired date and time and the number in your party to:
Sonomahorticulture@fivekeys.org

 


Thu, May 19th

The Victim Services Division - Sonoma County District Attorney's Office

11am-1:30pm - Speaker: Tatiana Lopez, Director of the Sonoma County
Victim Services Division:  (special programs designed to reduce the trauma
& insensitive treatment victims and witnesses may experience followi
a crime). Committed to helping crime victims & their families reorganize
& reclaim their lives. Their staff seeks to make the criminal justice system more understandable, accessible & responsive to the concerns of victims
& their families.  Reservations required. Members pay for lunch but
its Free for invited guests.

SIR, Inc. is a CA non-profit organization that provides social activities
for men over 50 whose mission:  To enhance the lives of our members
through fun activities, luncheons & events while making Friends for Life.
SIR Branch 17 meets in Santa Rosa for sociali zing, lunch & an interesting speaker every 3rd Thursday of the month.  In addition to our luncheon,
we organize other activities, including golf, bocce, bowling, poker, bridge, dining out (with & without partners); Global Affairs; Coffee; Beer, Wine & Spirits; & Camera groups; & more!  Live longer & happier with good friends while enjoying fun activities. We do not raise money, have a political agenda, a religious orientation, or sell anything.
Santa Rosa, venue To Be Determined
(707) 596-8027 https://www.SIR17.org


Thu, May 19th
thru
Fri, May 20th

SRJC Bakery - Santa Rosa

8:30am-2pm - THURSDAY & FRIDAYS.

The Bakery case is stocked with delicious delights prepared by students
in the Baking & Pastry Certificate Program, utilizing the techniques of
Classic French Pastries with a modern American twist. The freshest
ingredients are used as well as organic produce & organic whole grains.
Some gluten-free & vegan items are often available.
1670 Mendocino Ave. @ Carr Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 522-2796
https://culinary.santarosa.edu/cafe-bakery
 


Fri, May 20th

Have A Cup with a Cop - Santa Rosa

8:30-10:30am.
Tia Maria Panderia & Pasteleria
44 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa
 


Fri, May 20th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - (May 20) - Sonoma Shakers - Rock n'[ Roll & Blues Classics.
A complimentary Music Series EVERY FRIDAY - Held in the Barrel Room.

Hudson Street Wineries

428 Hudson St., Healdsburg

 

 


Fri, May 20th
thru
Sun, May 22nd

Healdsburg Wine & Food Experience

A 3-day celebration featuring the best of Sonoma County
& world-renowned food & wines.  The Festival will showcase the
region's makers, farmers, growers, winemakers & celebrity chefs - alongside
globally recognized wines from the greatest wine regions of the world.

General Admission: $200.
Autograph Stations, Tasting, Dancing & more!
http://Healdsburgwineandfood.com/tickets


Fri, May 20th

MOTV-Movie On The Vine Presents American Graffiti - Petaluma

6-10:30pm - GENERAL ADMISSION IS FREE!!
JOIN US FOR THE FIRST SCREENING OF THE MOTV SERIES!
Petaluma Salute to American Graffiti is an annual celebration of American Graffiti, classic American cars, cruising the main drag rock n' roll mus
& the happy days of the 50s & early 60s. This multi-day community-wide celebration is most known for large car show & cruise.  Get ready for
George Lucas' mix tape of hot rods, heartthrobs & '60s rock classics.
The end of summer break is the start of something epic for a group
of young men as they cruise without a cause in the original coming-of-age movie.  Bring your own blankets, pillows, or lawn chairs & cozy up fo
this timeless classic piece of Petaluma history!
Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds
175 Fairgrounds Dr, Petaluma https://www.movieonthevine.com/events/motv-american-grafitti


Fri, May 20th
thru
Sun, May 29th

Finding Our Roots: Exhibit - Petaluma

Free Admission, donations accepted.
Exhibit runs through May 29, 2022.
Women of Petaluma Flourishing & Bloom Over the Years, an exhibit
celebrating the longtime contributions of the Petaluma Women's Club
& The Petaluma Garden Club.

Open Friday - Sunday 10am to 3:45pm

Petaluma Museum
20 Fourth St., Petaluma
(707) 778-4398
http://petalumamuseum.com/finding-our-roots

 


Fri, May 20th
thru
Sun, May 22nd

Pinot Noir Festival - Anderson Valley

May 20-22, 2022.

Join 50 prestigious wineries, including two dozen labels from
Napa & Sonoma that covet our fabulous fruit, for an afternoon
of fun and idyllic views.  Sample delicious local food pairings
during our raffle & auction.
https://avwines.com/pinot-blanc/?mc_cid=a742131b12&mc_eid=c294ded64d


Sat, May 21st

PAWS for LOVE 23rd Annual Gala - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - Live & silent auctions, wine cave auction, live music,
hors d'oeuvres & a wine & beer bar ~ and of course our gallery
of captivating paintings created by shelter pets.
Tickets: $50/Advance, $60/Door.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
https://srcity.org/397/Recreation-Parks/
 


Sat, May 21st

Night Out Under the Stars - Santa Rosa

Guests will enjoy a variety of Sonoma County wines, delicious food catered
by The Girl & the Fig, music, dancing, auctions & more!

Sonoma Country Day School, Santa Rosa
(707) 568-2300
http://www.lifeworkssc.org


Sat, May 21st

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sat, May 21st

COWBOY CAB - Sonoma

5-10pm - Join us as we come together for great wine & fun, to celebrate
the 10th annual Cowboy Cab in support of Teen Services.
Donnell Ranch Barn
4499 Stage Gulch Rd., Sonoma
https://www.bgcsonoma.org/cowboycab

 

 

 

 


Sat, May 21st

Dot Wine Spring Disco!

Enjoy Dot Wine, fabulous Filipino food, and dance the night away to the master spins of DJ Stephen Spesh Kay in the piazza of the Bacchus Landing Winery Collective. Each ticket includes entry to the event, a glass of Dot Wine Brut, and fabulous Filipino desserts created by Sweet Condesa. The Sarap Shop has created a delectable menu featuring nostalgic Filipino-American dishes that will pair perfectly with our spring release wines, all offered for purchase on site. Proceeds from the ticket sales and a silent auction are happening to benefit the Sebastian Kobus Bergin Foundation. Disco attire is highly recommended for this outdoor event!  5pm-8pm

Location: Bacchus Landing Cellars 14210 Bacchus Landing Way Healdsburg, CA

Website: https://www.dotwinery.com/event-data/spring-release-2022

Phone: 707-385-9855


Sat, May 21st

Lights, Camera, Auction - Santa Rosa

5-10pm - Live & Silent Auction Benefiting Kenwood Elementary School.
Tickets: $150/Per Person.  Open Bar.  Disco Attire encouraged.
Fairview at the Oakmont Country Club
7035 Oakmont Dr., Santa Rosa
http://kenwoodeducationfoundation.org/cs/public/cal/4?x-y=1654&x-m=8


Sat, May 21st

Feminists are Funny - Santa Rosa

7pm/Doors Open, Show/8pm.

A hilarious night of feminists focused comedy presented by the Amazonians. Produced and hosted by comics Dara M. Wilson (Sketchfest) & Jackie Keliiaa (Comedy Central), Amazonians is a carefully curated, high-quality diverse
lineup that promises all hitters and no fillers. The show will take place in the Museum’s main gallery among the fabulous artworks in the Exhibition
Agency: Feminist Art & Power.
http://museumsc.org/agency/

Feminists Are Funny will be a night filled with bold and badass fun!

Seating is limited so buy your tickets now!
https://museumsc.org/events/?eid=9220



 

 

 


Sat, May 21st
thru
Sun, May 22nd

Museum Member SWAP Weekend - Sonoma County

Members at ANY of the 8 participating Museums will receive
reciprocal FREE entry (up to 4 guests) on May 21, 22.
http://www.bit.ly/member-swap


Sat, May 21st

Novato Summer Kickoff Music Festival

12/Noon- Doors Open,
1-5pm - Join the FUNK!
Tickets are being sold in advance from Eventbrite or at the door day
of the show (Free/Kids 10 & under).
Rickey's Restaurant will be selling food/alcoholic beverages.
Bring folding chairs, towels and/or small umbrellas.

Inn Marin, Rickey's Restaurant
250 Entradra Dr., Novato

 


Sat, May 21st

Art, Sip & Stroll - Yountville

11am-5pm - Join art lovers  ~ sculptures, ceramics, photography, jewelry,
live music & more. 
The event is spread out through the center of Town.
Ample parking & guests can walk or ride a shuttle to the event site.

Cost: $35 Tasting Package includes a glass with wine tasting tokens to be
used at any wine tasting stop PLUS the 2022 collector’s poster. Purchase
an outdoor lunch onsite & relax in one our park like venues or make
reservations to dine at one of our fabulous restaurants.

https://yountville.com/blog/may-2022-events/

 


Sat, May 21st

Guitar Master Claude Bourbon - Occidental

7:30pm - Iinternationally acclaimed guitarist Claude Bourbon: Medieval,
Spanish & Progressive Blues. On tour once again from the U.K., the French born guitar virtuoso has crafted a compelling acoustic fusion of blues, jazz,
folk, classical & Spanish guitar, with his unique vocals.
Tickets: $25/General, $20/OCA Members.  OCA is following current
Sonoma County Public Health guidelines. Fine refreshments including
wine & beer for sale. Art Gallery exhibit will be open for viewing.
OCA is a non profit performing & fine arts center accessible to persons
with disabilities.
Occidental Center for the Arts

3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, May 21st
thru
Sat, December 17th

Healdsburg Farmers Market

Every Saturday from 8:30am - Noon

Featuring several new farms, new food producers & the return of live music!

West Plaza Parking Lot, Healdsburg


Sat, May 21st
thru
Sun, May 29th

Figure it Out - Occidental

2-4pm - Reception.
Don't miss this impressive exhibit featuring the artwork of our figure
drawing groups!

 

People's Choice Award voting runs through 3pm on Saturday May 14,
winners announced during reception. Visit the gallery & cast your vote
Gallery open Sat/Sun 12-4, exhibit ends May 29.

Occidental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Circle
(707) 874-9392
https://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/


Sat, May 21st

Occidental Flea Market Fundraiser

8am-4pm - Funds raised support building a public restroom in town.
Community Center, Occidental
(760) 914-1989


Sun, May 22nd

The Santa Rosa Symphonic Chorus

Presents:  "I Love to Sing" at 3pm.
Tickets: $20/Adults.
No intermission & an informal reception will follow the concert.
Church of the Roses
2500 Patio Court, Santa Rosa

 


Sun, May 22nd
thru
Sun, August 28th

Windsor's Farmers Market

9:30-12:30pm - EVERY SUNDAY.

Local Chefs & Food Producers offer Meals-To-Go, Artisan Baked Goods
& Cheeses, Fresh Fish, Eggs, Pasture-raised Pork, Honey & a collection
of preserved Jellies & Condiments & so much more!
Shop LOCAL, Eat LOCAL, Live LOCAL.
Support your local Farmers & Food Producers.
Windsor Town Green

 

 

 


Sun, May 22nd

Locally Grown - Meet The Farmer - Santa Rosa

10am-8pm - Meet the people behind the brands you have come to know
& love.  Locally Grown will highlights brands grown or created right here
in Santa Rosa as well as the neighboring counties where some of the best cannabis products are produced.  Come visit listen to great music, have
some delicious food & hang with the farmers.

Doobie Nights
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Suite A, Santa Rosa


Mon, May 23rd
thru
Fri, December 30th

Free lunch for Seniors - Sonoma County

12/Noon-1pm - Council on Aging is hosting Daily Community Lunches
for Seniors in a community near you!  We would love your company to join

in a warm meal that includes, socialization, peer support & activities.
These events are put on by Council on Aging & our hosts are well trained
food service handlers & Senior Advocates that ensure a pleasant & safe experience. 
All seniors age 60+ are completely free to dine with us.
If interested, please sign up by calling (707) 525-0143  x128.
We would love to see you!
http://Councilonaging.com

 


Mon, May 23rd
thru
Mon, May 30th

Museum Mondays for Little Ones - Santa Rosa

10am-12/Noon - Stories, crafts & activities for children ages 1 to 5
& their caregivers.  Program theme highlights the 100th birthday of cartoonist Charles M. Schulz.

Admission: $7/per Child, Free for up to 2 Adults per Child.

Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa

(707) 579-4452
https://schulzmuseum.org/


Tue, May 24th
thru
Tue, September 27th

Year-Round Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Petaluma

10am-1:30pm - Enjoy fresh fruit, veggies, ready to eat items, coffee,
flowers, gifts & whole lot more!
Lucchesi Park
320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
https://ilovefarmersmarkets.org/farmers-markets.html


Wed, May 25th
thru
Sun, June 5th

Elena Zolotnitsky Exhibit - Paul Mahder Gallery

Show runs through June 5, 2022

Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
http://www.paulmahdergallery.com/


Thu, May 26th

The Polly Klaas Foundation is presenting a FREE Social Media Safety Presentation

6-7:30pm -  Hosted by the Windsor Police Department.
For students 12 & over, parents, school personnel & concerned citizens.
Spanish translation available.
Windsor High School Theater
8695 Windsor Rd., Windsor
Reserve your seat at:
http://Service@PollyKlaas.org
 


Thu, May 26th

Mural Unveiling - Elsie Allen High School, Santa Rosa

An extraordinary mural, SPIRIT OF HEALING, has been created
with the collaboration of Artstart, local students, teen apprentices, volunteers, Elsie Allen High School & the Pomo Project. 

A special event & mural unveiling will take place on 
Thursday, May 26, 6pm at Elsie Allen High School. 
(707) 546-2345

 

 


Sat, May 28th

19th Annual Oakmont Car Show - Santa Rosa

10am-1pm - Over 100 Classic & Exotic Automobiles on display.
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs & Soda for sale from the Oakmont Market.
6633 Oakmont Dr., Santa Rosa
 


Mon, May 30th
thru
Thu, June 30th

Help keep KIDS SAFE & bring Missing Children Home

Donate your CAR, TRUCK, BOAT or RV to the Polly Klass Foundation.

Rated one of America's best charities, whe you donate to us,
you can be confident the proceeds are helping children in our region!
Call:  (707) 769-1334
https://www.pollyklaas.org/


Thu, June 2nd

Scotch Pairing Dinner Fundraiser - Petaluma

6-8pm -Join the Museum for an evening of multi-course delight
paired with select Glenmorangie Single Malt scotches.

Chef Amber Balshaw of Preferred Sonoma Caterers & Wilibees Wines
& Spirits staff will walk us through each course & highlight the connection between each plate & libation.

This event sponsored by Wilibees Wines & Spirits & Preferred Sonoma
Caterers & is a fundraiser for the Petaluma Museum Association.

Tickets:  $75/Museum Members, $75/Non-Members.
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum

20 4th St. (Corner of 4th & B St.)
https://scotchpairing2022.bpt.me/


Fri, June 3rd
thru
Sun, June 12th

Sonoma Wine Country Games

Competitions for Athletes 50+.
(707) 525-0143

https://www.councilonaging.com/wine-country-games


Sat, June 4th
thru
Sun, June 12th

ART at the Source Open Studios - Sonoma County

Tour the Art at the Source Open Studios
June 4-5 and 11-12.  Hours:  10am-5pm.
Over 120 artists will open their studios to the public for this signature Sonoma County art experience.  Representing an opportunity for visitors to see favorite artists in their studio
all over Sonoma County. This self-guided tour allows visitors to curate their own Art Tour
with the free catalog & follow the bright yellow signs to the Artists' Studios. Visitors ca
tour artist studios to view a wide range of artwork, including painting, collage, drawing, printmaking, glass art, fiber arts, sculpture, jewelry, photography & assemblage. 
Experience the Preview Exhibit:
Sebastopol Center for the Arts Gallery, May 22 - June 12 in person from Th- Su
between 10am-5pm.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
https://www.artatthesource.org


Sat, June 4th

Paula Poundstone - Healdsburg

The legendary comic will be returning for a 1-night only engagement.
Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
https://www.raventheater.org/index.php

 

 

 


Sat, June 4th
thru
Sat, June 25th

Willowside Spring Plant Sales - Santa Rosa

June 4, June 25.

9am - noon
We have thousands of plants: a variety of low water & drought
tolerant perennials, CA natives, a multitude of succulents, grasses
abutilons & MANY BEAUTIFUL PLANTS to invite beneficial insects,
butterflies & hummingbirds into your garden.
PRICE: $6 for 1 gallon containers
60+ varieties of Speciality Japanese Maples, 3-8 feet tall at $30-$80.
We have red wriggler worms for worm bins at $10 a quart.
We could use 2 –3 gallon containers. And also ceramic dishes
for succulent arrangements or decorative plant containers of any size.
We have thornless, delicious Bayberries.Rain does not cancel. No veggies.
Call:  Jan (707) 569-4724 - for questions, appts. or donations.
 


Sun, June 5th

Bennett Valley Grange 148th BBQ Picnic

12/Noon-4pm - Chicken & the fixi's, Live Music, Kids' activities,
Prizes, The Famous Cherry Pit Spitting Contest.
Tickets:  $20/Adults, $10/Students, Free/Kids 10 & under.
Benefitting the Bennett Valley Grange Hall

http://www.grange.org/bennettvalleycal6/


Wed, June 8th
thru
Wed, September 7th

Peacetown Summer Concert Series

4:30-7:30pm - Free Community Concerts every WEDNESDAY
evenings.  The stages are at The Blue Ridge Kitchen
in the Barlow.  After-hours shows at Hopmonk Tavern from
6:30-8:30pm & also at Gravenstein Grill.  If we get enough community
support we will have a stage at the Town Plaza to spread the goo
vibes to Main Street.

https://www.peacetown.org/


Fri, June 10th

The DRINK - Summer Concert Series - Healdsburg

5pm - Party & Food starts, 6pm - Music.
Black Piglet Food Truck, Leo Steen Wines & Rootdown Wines.
53 Front St., Healdsburg
 


Fri, June 10th
thru
Sat, June 11th

Peggy Sue's Car Show & Cruise - Santa Rosa

For complete details:

https://www.cruiseforpeggysue.com/


Fri, June 10th
thru
Sat, June 25th

The Tempest by William Shakespeare - Russian River

8-10:30pm - One of Shakespeare's last plays & reflects all that is best
about his skills as a playwright. A comedy & a romance that takes
place on an unidentified island after the Kings ship crashes there
music & the usual host of characters that both entertain & inform.
This play has something for everyone!
Please note Sunday Matinees @ 2pm.
Curtain Call Theatre http://RussianRiverHall.com


Sat, June 11th

Fresh Pressed Flower Workshop - Santa Rosa

This is a hands on make & take class!  You will learn how to press flowers
& you will make a bookmark, a greeting card, a fridge magnet & an ornament. You will go home with at least 5 items & a big smile!
Cost: $30/Per Person.
Saturday June 11th - 2-4:30pm.
Riley Street Art Supply
103 Maxwell Ct., Santa Rosa 
Contact:(707) 526-2416 or (707) 569-4724


Sat, June 11th
thru
Sat, September 10th

Knox Presbyterian/Thanksgiving Lutheran Church (Santa Rosa) to Hold Healing Services

4pm - If you are in need of healing - spiritual, physical, mental,
or emotional - you are invited to healing services at
Knox Thanksgiving Church, to be held
on the second Saturday of each month

 

Members of the LGBTQIA+ community, including families, or anyone
who has been spiritually wounded or hurt by any church, are especially welcome. The healing service will be simple & brief, including individual prayers & anointing for those who desire it.
1650 W. Third St.,
(Corner of Stony Point), Santa Rosa
https://www.knoxthanksgivingsr.org/


Sat, June 11th
thru
Sat, June 25th

Comedy on the Crushpad - Kenwood

June 11 - Vicki Barbolak
June 25 - Frances Dilorinzo

Deerfield Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood

https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/june11_2022.html


Sat, June 11th

Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter: Celtic Harp, Swedish Nyckelharpa & more!

7pm - Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter are an acclaimed multi-instrumentalist duo playing Celtic harps, Swedish nyckelharpa, Ukrainian bandura, bouzouki, cittern & more. They hail from Oregon & tour extensivel
both having successful recording & performing careers built from
years of street performing & a background as rock musici
Tickets: $25/General, $20/OCA Members.
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sun, June 12th

Windsor Run & Wine

7:30-11am - Benefitting LandPaths, Windsor Run & Wine is the most memorable 13.1 - 10k - 5k in California. Stay for the Post-Race Festival featuring Sonoma County wine & beer tasting, music & enjoy the adjacent farmers market.

Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
 


Sun, June 12th

Junior League of Napa-Sonoma's 5th Annual Ride-a-Rig - Santa Rosa

Hours: 10am-2pm with siren - free hours from 10am-11:30am.
Ride-a-Rig is an interactive educational community event that provides children a hands-on opportunity to see, touch & climb on vehicles that
play an important role in our community. Children will be allowed to get
behind the wheels, honk the horns & meet the people who help bu
protect & serve our community. The League will sell raffle tickets & a food truck will be on site for separate food purchases.  All proceeds suppo
the JLNS' signature philanthropic projects including GLOW (Girls Leadi
Our World) female empowerment workshops for underserved local high
school girls, as well as the Living Room day shelter's annual Valentine's
Day project & the important work of the Sonoma County Human Trafficking Task Force.
Tickets:  $7/Advance,  $8/Brookwood Avenue Gate
Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Lyttle Cow Palace http://jlns.org/ride-a-rig.html


Thu, June 16th
thru
Sun, July 17th

LBC announces line-up of Women Comedians

Celebrating Women's History Month with line-up of women comedians at
city's world-class performance center.

Illiza Shlesinger: Back in Action: June 16 - 7pm

#1MomSoHard: July 17 - 8pm.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/

 


Sat, June 18th

SC 52th Annual MLK Juneteenth Community Festival - Santa Rosa

10am-6pm - Live Entertainment, Basketball Games, Arts & Crafts,
Dominoes, Kids' Activities, Health & Fitness, Spoken Word & Zumba.
Martin Luther King Park
1671 Hendley St., Santa Rosa
(707) 623-2701
https://www.sonomacountyjuneteenth.com/?mc_cid=a156a8cab0&mc_eid=254aafff8f
 


Sat, June 18th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sat, June 18th

North Coast Wine & Food Festival - Santa Rosa

12/Noon - VIP Early Access
1-4pm - General Public

Featuring the top wines from The Press Democrat North
Coast Wine Challenge competition.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
https://www.northcoastwineandfood.com/


Sat, June 18th

International Lions Day Festival - Windsor

12/Noon-5pm - A day of fun & celebration of Lions Club International
for all ages, craft vendors, antique vendors, artists, music & dancing. 
Admission is free. Bring a lawn chair & enjoy the food & entertainment. 

Windsor Town Green
(707) 843-6455.


Sun, June 19th

Father's Day Show & Shine Car Show - Santa Rosa

9am-4pm.

Juilliard Park
227 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-5500
https://nceca.org/event/fathers-day-show-shine-car-show/


Thu, June 23rd

Sonoma County's Farm Bureau's Golf Tournament - Windsor

Benefiting Ag Education & Advocacy.

Fun team & individual prizes, course activities & awards dinner
included in the registration.

11:30am - Registration & Warm up,
12/Noon - Box Lunch provided,
1pm - Shotgun Start,
6pm - Dinner, Awards &  Raffle.
Windsor Golf Course
340 19th Hole Dr., Windsor
(707) 544-5575
https://www.cognitoforms.com/SonomaCountyFarmBureau1/JoinUsOnTheGreen?v2


Sat, June 25th

1st Annual PRIDE Festival - Windsor

2-9pm - Wonderbread Five & The Purple Ones Headlining.
Windsor

 


Sun, June 26th

Dublinesque The Show - Occidental

4pm - A celebration of Dublin, Ireland in song & story.  Led by
Eamonn Flynn on vocals & piano. Featuring Darcy Noonan on fiddle,
Hector Bragado on banjo & Felim Egan on accordion & bodhran.

The show offers a fascinating mix of music, songs & stories, along
with a big dash of Irish humor & soul, as it takes a memorable glimpse
into the past & present of Ireland's capital. Through it all the indomitable
spirit, pride & wit of Dublin not only perseveres but triumphs.
Tickets: $25/GA, $20/OCA members

This event will take place in our amphitheater - please bring your own
seating cushion or low back chair. Disabled patrons may reserve seating
at ground level.

Fine refreshments for sale, art gallery open during intermission.
OCA is a non profit performing & fine arts center accessible to persons with disabilities. Become an OCA Member & get discount.

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Thu, June 30th
thru
Mon, July 4th


Fri, July 1st

Let's Dance - Jack London State Historic Park

7:30-11pm - From the very first beat, you'll feel the rhythm. 
LET'S DANCE reimagines Broadways best showstoppers with a thrilling
jolt of Latin, jazz & modern.
This non-stop evening of high kicks, foot stomps & powerhouse vocals
will rock the night sky unlike anything seen in Sonoma Valley before.
Featuring songs from 42nd Street, Guys & Dolls, Wicked, Company
& more, this brand-new evening of re-envisioned classics will open
the door to Broadway to even more audiences.  Once this show starts
moving, you'll want to dance & sing all night.
Jack London State Historic Park
https://transcendencetheatre.org/

 


Mon, July 4th

4th Of July Fireworks Spectactular - Rohnert Park

The biggest fireworks display in Sonoma County returns with a bang!
Join us for a family-friendly celebration featuring Sonoma County’s own Transcendence Theatre Company & Santa Rosa Symphony in an evening of show tunes & patriotic classics, followed by a spectacular post-concert fireworks show!  Bring the whole family – lawn tickets for kids 12 & under are half price!
Families – Make sure to arrive early & check out our Kids Zone
beginning at 4:30pm, complete with carnival games, bounce house
& face painting plus food, music & more!

Indoor & outdoor seating options are available. Indoor guests will be given
time to relocate outside prior to the start of the fireworks display.

Green Music Center
Weill Hall & Lawn, Rohnert Park


Mon, July 4th

Fourth of July - Kenwood

Early Morning 3K & 10K Footrace courtesy of Empire Runners,
7-11:30am - Pancake Breakfast & Auction,
10am - Parade kick-off with the National Anthem, lots of enthusiastic
kids, dogs, banners, bicycles, antique cars, fire trucks, floats & more!
Plaza Park Proper
For Volunteer Questions:
(707) 833-0187


Sat, July 9th

Elks Charity Classic Car Show

FREE FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

Antique Cars - BBQ Lunch - Live MusicTo PreOrder BBQ Lunch or Enter Your Car go to: elks901.org

Car Registry fee $30 before June 17 ($45 after). Includes one BBQ Lunch & Plaque.  Proceeds benefit the Elks CHEMPI ("Purple Pig").This unique program funds 32 paid therapists and preschool vision screeners to help disabled children when no other organizations can or will.Come out, have fun, and help the children!

Location: ELKS LODGE 901, 2105 South McDowell Blvd, PETALUMA CA 94954

Website: https://elks901.org

Phone: 7077630901


Sat, July 9th

Noche de Amor - Healdsburg

6-10pm - Live Muse, Food, Drinks & more!
Bacchus Landing
14210 Bacchus Landing Way, Healdsburg
(707) 473-0583
https://healthcarefoundation.net/2022-noche-de-amor/

 


Sat, July 16th
thru
Sun, July 31st

Valley of the Moon Music Festival

The 8th Annual Season Fantastic Universe: Music of the Natural World.
Presenting Chamber & Vocal Music inspired by nature & the elements.
eaven, earth & water are woven through this seasons concerts.
Audiences will be treated to music inspired by the magic & beauty
of the natural world. To complement this celebration of natures majesty,
the Festival will launch the Music Alfresco series, where audiences will
In addition, our popular Blattner Lecture series will feature experts
in the fields of music, sustainability & horticulture, offering illuminating
insight into this year's theme & repertoire.

https://valleyofthemoonmusicfestival.org/


Sat, July 16th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sat, July 30th

Chicano Hollywood Presents Latin Kings of Comedy 20th Anniversary Tour

7-9pm - The original Latin King of comedy, Paul Rodriguez, is back with his
cast of hilarious comedians for The Latin Kings of Comedy 20th Anniversary Tour. Paul Rodriguez is joined by comedians Joey Medina, Gilbert Esquivel, Johnny Sanchez & Dennis Gaxiola. Covid-19 policies per CA State guidelines.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/latin-kings


Sun, July 31st

Community Picnic Awards Ceremony & Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

3-6pm - Jump House, Taco Bar, Live Music, Building Solidarity.
Southwest Community Park
1698 Hearn Ave., Santa Rosa
 

 


Sat, August 13th
thru
Sun, August 14th

Gravenstein Apple Fair - Sebastopol

10am-6pm - Live Music on 2 stages featuring top local & regional bands;
Arts & Crafts Vendors; Locally grown Gravenstein Apples
by the bushel; local Gravenstein Pies, Juice & Fritters; Sonoma County's premium Food Vendors; local Cider, Craft Beer & stellar Wine; a Kids
Corner; & the expanded Life on the Farm Exhibit hosting Farm Animals,
Farmer Panels, Demonstrations, Ag Games & much more!
New this year: The VIP Lounge!  All event proceeds support the goal
of keeping farms forever in Sonoma County.
Ragle Ranch Regional Park
500 Ragle Rd., Sebastopol
https://www.gravensteinapplefair.com/


Sun, August 14th

Hooray for Hollywood - Jack London State Historic Park

7:30-11pm - The silver screen comes to our starlit stage. HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD journeys back through the music that made us lo
& percussion, bring new life to a century of the themes that enchanted America & the world. Relive the magic, from the timeless classics to today's to
Mancini themes to the movie music of Prince, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston
& Ritchie Valens. This dazzling retrospective will remind you why we
love to sing!  Let's all go to the movies!
Jack London State Historic Park
https://transcendencetheatre.org/


Sat, August 20th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sat, September 17th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sun, October 9th

Trione Winery Dinner Under the Stars - Geyserville

5-8pm - Join us in celebrating the end of harvest with a wine & food
paired dinner hosted by the Trione family. We will feature limited production wines & some from the library cellar to be served alongside a coursed menu prepared by local Chef, Tim Vallery of Peloton Culinary.
Price:  $200/Members (up to 6 tickets at member price),
$225/Non-Members. Tax is not included.
Trione Winery 19550 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville
http://www.trionewinery.com
(707) 814-8100 

 

 

 

 

 


Sat, October 15th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sun, October 23rd

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

 

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

(707) 546-8742
http://srsymphony.org


 

 

 


Sat, November 19th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sat, November 19th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sat, December 17th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regiona
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa
https://vintagelandiamarket.com


Sun, January 15th

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

(707) 546-8742
http://srsymphony.org


Sun, April 16th

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

(707) 546-8742
http://srsymphony.org


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