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Today
thru
Thu, October 17th

Whole Foods 5% Community Giving Day!

Today is Whole Foods 5% Community Giving Day!  All day today,
October 17th, a percentage of total sales at selected stores will
benefit Food For Thought’s programs which provide healing nutrition & compassion to over 850 people affected by serious illnesses in
Sonoma County.  Be sure to stock up on your favorite groceries at
one of the participating stores: Petaluma, Sebastopol, Sonoma
Santa Rosa (Coddingtown Mall & Yulupa) & Napa.

https://www.fftfoodbank.org/


Today
thru
Thu, October 17th

Jewish Music Series - Rohnert Park

6:30pm - Kitka Women's Vocal Ensemble & renowned
Armenian Folk Singer Hasmik Harutyunyan, join forces to
present Gorani: Love Songs to Lost Homelands.

Free Admission; Parking: $5
Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-4246
https://gmc.sonoma.edu/

 

Today
thru
Thu, October 17th

End of Life Theater of War Productions

7pm - End of Life is an innovative project that presents readings
of ancient Greek plays, Sophocles’ Philoctetes and Women of Trachis,
as a catalyst for discussions about death, illness, palliative care &
the challenges faced by patients, families, and medical professionals today.
This unique participatory event is intended to promote powerful discussions
with the audience, fostering knowledge & understanding about
end of life issues & the mortality we all share.

Price: $10/Per Person
Green Music Center
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-4246
https://gmc.sonoma.edu/

 

Today
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Pumpkin Nights - Santa Rosa

An interactive Halloween experience & festival unlike anything else in
Sonoma County.  Guests will be transported into an enchanted world
with dazzling, multi-sensory Halloween displays and seven Pumpkin
Lands created with more than 3,000 artistically hand-carved real &
synthetic pumpkins.  Featuring a fire show, an outdoor movie screening,
a bounce house for the little ones, a variety of treats & drinks & much
more at Pumpkin Central.

Advamce Admission:  $20/General (13-59); $18/Seniors (60+);
$16 Children (4-12); Free/3 & Under; $65/Family Pack (2 Adults & 2 Kids).
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-4200

https://www.pumpkinnights.com/

 


Today
thru
Sun, November 10th

Annual Día de los Muertos Exhibition - Santa Rosa

A joyous remembrance of the lives of loved ones who have
passed & a celebration of the cycle of life.  The holiday is
celebrated on Nov. 1st & 2nd throughout Latin America, but
is more closely associated with Mexico, where it originated.
This year’s exhibition, presented during
Hispanic Heritage Month (9/15–10/15).

 

Also works made by local students as a part of the
Museum’s Youth+Art summer program, sponsored by
Creative Sonoma. Together with artists Peter Perez & Robert van de Walle,
the students & Museum volunteers created papier mâché
sculptures (alebrijes) & Trees of Life, which will be displayed in the gallery. 
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500

Today
thru
Sun, October 20th

Alexander Valley Film Festival

https://www.avfilmsociety.org/


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Blind Scream Haunted House - Santa Rosa

2 Hunted Houses under 1 roof!  The Last Ride!

98 Santa Rosa Plaza, Santa Rosa
(707) 837-1928

http://www.blindscream.com/calendar/


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

LGBTQ History Month & National Bullying Prevention

#SpiritDay, a special international tradition that was started in
Oct 2011 after a number of LGBTQ young people were lost to bullying & suicide.  In order to visibly let our LGBTQ youth know they
are loved & supported by a community that cares, we wear purple
(the color for Spirit on the rainbow flag) & since 2012 we have been
making a big, beautiful, community collage!

 

Here are a few ways you can get involved this year and show
support for LGBTQ youth:

  1. Learn about pronouns & share your pronouns!  Add them to your
    email signature, or bring them up when you introduce yourself (name tags, too!).  check out this link:
    https://www.mypronouns.org/

  2. “Go purple” for #SpiritDay, Thursday, Oct., 17!  Wear purple,
    turn your social media profile pic(s) purple, etc.  Send us your pics
    of you (even better if you include your coworkers or classmates) or
    tag us on social media & we’ll add you to our collage for 2019!
    Email pics for our collage to: ian@lgbtqconnection.org or jessie@lgbtqconnection.org

  3. Make a donation to help us address bullying & support more
    LGBTQ youth in Napa & Sonoma counties! https://www.lgbtqconnection.org/donate


Today
thru
Thu, October 17th

Harvest Grapevine Wreath Class - Windsor

6-8pm - Relax, have fun & get your craft on while you sip a glass
of wine!  Kim from Wild Vine Designs & the Bricoleur Vineyards team
will provide all the supplies & instruction you need to make a floral
masterpiece & you provide the creativity (they can help with this, too,
if needed!).  A complimentary glass of wine & snacks will be served.
At the end of the class you will take home your “Harvest Grapevine” Wreath!

Price:  $65/Per Person, includes all floral supplies, fresh flowers
& greenery, an apron & a complimentary glass of wine

Bricoleur Vineyards

7394 Starr Rd., Windsor
(650) 888-1579

https://www.bricoleurvineyards.com/

Today
thru
Thu, October 17th

The Pointless Sisters Art Quilt - Santa Rosa

"Earth, Wind & Fire."
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3737
https://srcity.org/2110/Finley-Community-Center


Today
thru
Thu, October 17th

Latest Research in Dementia & Alzheimer's

Speaker Series.
Dr. Allan Bernstein M.D., Medical Director,
North Bay Neuroscience Institute.
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 525-0143 x146
http://www.councilonaging.com


Today
thru
Sun, December 15th

Northbay Girls Softball League - Santa Rosa

REGISTRATION for the 2020 Season is OPEN.

6U Divisions: 5-6 years old,

8U Divisions: 7-8 years old,

Cost: $105/Per Player.

 

10U Division: 9-10 years old,
12U Division: 11-12 years old,

14U Divisions: 13-14 years old.
Cost: $135/Per Player.


Our League is Proudly Approved by USA Softball.

http://www.NOrthBayGirlsSoftball.org


Today

WEDNESDAY NIGHT DRAGS - Sonoma

3pm/Gates Open, 4-10pm/Racing.
A safe, legal, controlled environment.  Anyone with a drivers license
can compete, providing their vehicle or motorcycle passes a simple
technical inspection.
800-870-7223 x209
Main Entrance at Gate 1 on Hwy. 121
http://www.sonomaraceway.com


Today
thru
Fri, November 22nd

The Other Me: Masks That Reveal - Santa Rosa

Hours: Thursday-Saturday 11-4pm, Sunday 11-2

The ancient Greeks called masks ekstasis, which means to stand outside

 

Oneself.  We observe ourselves in the mirror.  Our own face fascinates us, questioning whether what we see reflected back is reality, or a projection,
a persona, an alter-ego behind which we hide. 
Artists in this show reveal
who we are behind our public faces by creating masks, self-portraits &
wearable art.

(SOFA Arts District First Friday Open Studios)
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St,, Santa Rosa
 

Today
thru
Tue, November 12th

Jewish Film Festival

Show Schedule:
Sustainable Nation - Oct. 17, 1pm & 7pm,
Bye Bye Germany - Oct. 23, 1pm & 7pm,
Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas: A Short Film Series - Oct. 29, 1pm & 7pm,
Fiddler on the Roof - Nov. 13, 1pm & 7pm,
Abe - Nov., 12, 1pm & 7pm.

Rialto Cinemas
6868 McKinley St., Sebastopol
(707) 528-4222
http://www.jccsoco.org


Today
thru
Sun, October 20th

The Great Outdoor Exhibit - Healdsburg

Visions & impression of our world over, under, beyond & through.
On display at HCA through Oct. 20th.
Featuring works of fabric, glass, photography, collage, printmaking,
watercolor & acrylic & oil paintings.  Some works are realistic, others
impressionistic or imaginary.
The exhibit is free & open to the public, sponsored by Sonoma Land
Trust.  Light refreshments will be provided & wine will be available.

Healdsburg Center for the Artts

(707) 431-1970
http://www.healdsburgcenterforthearts.org


Today
thru
Thu, November 14th

ARTQUEST Shadowing Program - Santa Rosa

If you or someone you know is in 8th Grade or above & interested in
getting a glimpse of "a day in the life" of an ArtQuest Student, the
ArtQuest Shadowing Program provides a unuique opportunity to do so.

Begins Oct. 15th & continues through Nov. 14th on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays & Thursdays only & by APPOINTMENT ONLY.

(707) 890-3850
http://www.artquestonline.org


Today
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Tierra De Rosas & A Way of Life - Santa Rosa

Concurrent Exhibitions: Tierra de Rosas: New Works by
Maria de Los Angeles
& Group Show A Way of Life.

Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500
http://museumsc.org/tierra-de-rosas/
 

Today
thru
Tue, December 31st

Get Involved, Make a Difference - ReSTYLE

Volunteers Needed.
Catholic Charities
(707) 528-8712
http://www.srcharities.org


Today
thru
Mon, November 4th

Sonoma County Library Events

For the the complete list of events:
http://www.sonomalibrary.org


Today
thru
Sun, November 10th

Wine Roots of Healdsburg

Focusing on local Wine Agriculture before Prohibition, providing timelines
of regional wine history, ethnic contributions, labor history, context of
other crops & local resistance to Prohibition.
Healdsburg Museum
221 Matheson St., Healdsburg
https://www.healdsburgmuseum.org


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

The Great Peter Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Daily 9am-4pm - Fields of fresh Pumpkins, a  Hay Maze & Corn Pit.

4235 Spring Hill Rd., Petaluma
http://www.springhillcheese.com/pumpkin-patch


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch

Days/Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10am-6pm,
Friday & Saturday, 10am-10pm.

Acres of freshly grown Pumpkins, a Carnival Slide, Bounce Houses,
Pony Rides & Corn Maze.

450 Stony Point Rd., Petaluma

http://www.petalumapumpkin-patch.com


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Pronzoni Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Monday - Thursday, 11am-6pm.  Friday & Saturday, 10am-6pm .

Corn Pit, Haunted Creek Trail, Home Cooked BBQ & Cafe.

450 Stony Point Rd., Petaluma
lhttp://www.pronzinitrees.com/pumpkin-patch


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Muelrath Ranches Pumpkin Patch - Santa Rosa

Sunday-Thursday, 10am-6pm.  Friday & Saturday, 10am-9pm.

Free Hay Rides, a Pumpkin Slingslot & a Pumpkin Cannon.
Enjoy hot-dogs, marshmallows, Cider & nightime Hay Rides from
6-9pm - Friday & Saturday Nights.

3800 Walker Ave., Santa Rosa
http://www.muelrathspumpkins.com


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Punky's Pumpkins - Santa Rosa

11am-9pm, Monday-Friday
9am-9pm, Saturday & Sunday.

Bounce Houses, A Corn Pit & Custom Cartonn Billboards

50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
http://www.punkysadobefarm.com


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

9am-7pm - Monday-Thursday,
9am-10pm - Friday & Saturday,

9am-8pm - Sunday.

Featuring an extensive Corn Maze, Hay Rides,
Petting Farms & Pumpkin-Deocrating Stations.

5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa

http://www.santarosapumpk,in-patch.com

 

 


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Hale's Apple Farm & Pumpkin Patch - Sebastopol

Daily 9am-5pm.

1526 Gravenstein Hwy., N., Sebastopol

http://www.facebook.com/pages/hales-apple-farm


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Papa's Pumpkin Patch - Sebastopol

Daily 10am-7pm - Featuring 7 different varietals of pumpkins.

13110 Occidental Rd., Sebastopol
http://wwwfarmtrails.org/farm/pap-s-pumpkin-patch


Today
thru
Thu, October 31st

Grandma's Pumpkin Patch - Healdsburg

Daily 10am-6pm - Petting Farm & a large Hay Stack for climbing.

http://www.facebook.com/pg/healdsburggranny


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Friday Night Bash - Artisan Alley

5-8pm - Each Business offering tastings & sales of Wine,
Spirits, Cider & Beer.  Food Truck & Games on site.

http://www.artisanalleywindsor.com


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Day of Non -Violence Luncheon - Santa Rosa

11:45am-1:15pm - Lunch.
Ticket: $20 (cash or check only, at the door).

Honoring: Richard Lopez - Founder, Double Punches Boxing Cluyb,
A child-focused program reducing violence every day (with our Bob
Tunks Peach Award).  Presented by M.O.V.E.S. (Minimizing ccurrences
of Violence in everyday Society) & YWCA Sonoma County
Legends at Bennett Valley Golf Course
3328 Yulupa Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 524-1900

 


Fri, October 18th
thru
Sat, November 9th

Boom - Sebastopol

An Apocalyptic Rom com with Timpani & Fish.

Performing Artists Coalition for Theatre
104 North Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
http://www.mainstagewest.com

 


Fri, October 18th
thru
Sun, November 10th

Wait until DARK - Santa Rosa

Show runs: Oct. 18-Nov. 10.

Playhouse's Monroe Stage
52 W. 6th Street, Santa Rosa

(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thStreetPlayhouse.com


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Open Studio - Fulton Crossing

5-8pm.
1200 River Rd., Fulton
https://www.fultoncrossing.com


Fri, October 18th

River Heritage Days - Petaluma

Join in activities & talks celebrating the history of the Petaluma River, with
Live Music, Dancing & seasonal Food.

http://www.friendsofthepetalumariver.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

35th Anniversary NBICF Meeting/Dinner

5pm/Doors Open, 6pm/Dinner.
Happy 35th Anniversary, NBICF Meeting/Dinner
AND it will hail the 93rd Birthday of “Pasta King” Art Ibleto, who,
along with his late wife, Victoria, co-founded the foundation.
Special Dinner with entertainment by Gino Raugi & his Pearl Alley Trio.
St. Rose Parish Hall
320 10th St., Santa Rosa
https://www.nbicf.org/reservations

 

 

 


Fri, October 18th
thru
Thu, October 31st

Funtazmagoria!

Welcome to Funtazmagoria! Extended by 2 weeks this year, see the Children’s Museum transform into a family-friendly Mad Scientist & Glow
in the Dark Art Studio.  Our Mad Scientist Lab will be a walk through experience with potions, creepy critters & electric exploration.  Located in the Dow Event Center be sure to greet our Mad Scientist as you pass through!
The Art Studio will be outfitted with everything Glow in the Dark.
Spider webs, ghostly shapes & slime will all change form in varying lights.
Themed programing each day to enhance your spooky experience.

 

Days/Hours: Oct 18-31, 2019, 9am-3pm, Wednesdays - Mondays.
These spooky spaces will be included with general admission.
Sunday, October 27, 2019, is when the real ghastly fun begins!
Bring your family to Funtazmagoria, where we will parade in costumes,
watch pumpkins fall from the sky, fling eyeballs & create your own magic potions.  Funtazmagoria’s enchanted fun will run from 10am-3pm.
General admission fees apply, Free for Members.

Children's Museum of Sonoma County
1835 W Steele Ln, Santa Rosa

https://www.cmosc.org/funtazmagoria

 


Fri, October 18th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Propagation Workshop: Seeds - Quarryhill

10am-12/Noon - Would you like to take a little bit of Quarryhill Botanical
Garden home with you for fall planting in your garden?  You can.

This workshop will cover how to collect, clean & sow
seeds from 6 species of plants in the garden - which include perennials,
shrubs & small trees.  You will also learn about seed germination &
how different plants will have special requirements before their seeds
will grow. 
Fee: $35/Quarryhill Members, $40/Non-Members.
Please register in advance: 
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/propagationworkshopseeds.html

 

 


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, November 15th

FREE Lacrosse Clinics

Day/Time: 5:30-6:30pm - (10/18, 11/1, & 11/15).
These free clinics are open to all K-8th grade Boys & Girls.
No experience is needed.  We provide equipment to borrow to
anyone new to the game of lacrosse.
The SSU Women's Lacrosse Team will also be coming out to volunteer
at our clinics as well.
M Park, Rohnert Park
http://www.rancholax.org

Fri, October 18th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Rewind

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, October 18th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

FRIDAYS - 9am-12:30pm - Year round.
Arnold Field Parking Lot
241 First St. West, Sonoma
http://www.svcfm.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

John Gorka - Sebastopol

7:15pm/Door Open, 8pm/Event.

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center?
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511

http://www.seb.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Sun, November 3rd

The Laramie Project - Raven Theater, Healdsburg

A breathtaking collage that explores the depths to which humanity
can sink & the heights of compassion of which we are capable.

 

Matthew Shepard was a gay student at the University of Wyoming was
beaten, tortured & left to die near Laramie on the night of Oct., 6, 1998.

The Laramie Project is Matthew’s story, based on more than 200
interviews of Laramie residents.

Join us for this one of a kind theatrical experience, Oct., 18 - Nov., 3.
Raven Performing Arts Theater in Healdsburg.

http://www.RavenPlayers.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Graton Flower Show

9am-4pm - Fall Flower Show.

Graton Community Club
8896 Graton Rd.,
http://www.gratoncommunityclub.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Windsor Project Graduation

6:30pm - FUN, FOOD & BINGO PROJECT.
Baked Goods Sale,k Raffle, Snack Bar & Prizes.
Donations accepted

Windsor Middle School
9500 Brooks Rd., South
http://www.windsorprojectgrad@gmail.com


Fri, October 18th
thru
Sat, November 2nd

"Bootiful" Petaluma Homes deocrated for Halloween

(707) 769-0429
http://www.visitpetaluma.com

 


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Scottish Folk: Alan Reid & Rob van Sante

7:30pm - Reid is the award-winning singer/composer/keyboardist
& founder member of the legendary Battlefield Band.  He joins creative
forces with guitarist/singer & sound engineer van Sante for beautifully
well-crafted old & new music in the Scottish tradition, with much
historical content & humor.  Tickets: $20 Advance, $25/Door.
Fine Refreshments. Wheelchair Accessible.
Occidental Center for the Arts

3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental

(707) 874-9392

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Scottish Folk: Alan Reid & Rob van Sante

7:30pm  - Internationally renowned duo On tour from Scotland,
Reid is the award-winning Singer/Composer/Keyboardist &
founder member of the legendary Battlefield Band.  He joins creative
forces with guitarist/singer & sound engineer van Sante for beautifully
well-crafted old & new music in the Scottish tradition.
Tickets: $20 Advance, $25/Door.  Fine Refreshments.
Wheelchair Accessible.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Harvest Days - Hopland

2-6pm - Local Wines, Small Bites, Farm Products, Artisans

Tickets: $40/General, (with discount code "harvest2019") $50/Door.

Brutocao Schoolhouse Plaza
13500 Hwy 101, Hopland

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hopland-harvest-days-presented-by-destination-hopland-tickets-71710637447


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Pumpkins on Pikes

2-10pm - Festivities start with great food, live music & pumpkin carving.
Everyone will get the chance to display their Jack-O-Lantern on a pike in
the corn field.  When the sun goes down the pumpkins are lit.  It is a truly
heartwarming feeling looking over the glowing corn field to see the individual
creations of all who attend.  This is a fundraiser for our non-profit, providing
education on regenerative agriculture to the community and youth.
FREE pumpkin included with admission.
Food: $15/Meal - Meat & Vegetarian Options. $10/Hot Dog plate
Drinks: Donation bar featuring Beer, Wine, Cider & non-alcoholic options.
*No outside alcohol please
Bring: Special carving tools, blanket & warm cloths (if staying after dark)
Cost: $25/ Person.  $20/ Person for CSA Members
(discount code sent to members email)
Free drink ticket when purchasing entrance/meal tickets together in advance!
Tara Firma Farms
(707) 765-1202
https://www.facebook.com/events/925404344478758/


Sat, October 19th
thru
Thu, October 31st

Pumpkin Patch - Santa Rosa

Days/Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm.
Special Guests: Moana, Spiderman, Batman, Superwoman & more!

A Family Farm full of FUN!

10+ Acres of Pumplins, The County's largest Corn Maze, Tractor-Pulled Hay Rides, Pumpkin Blasters, Cow Trains & more!

5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa
http://www.santarosapumpkinpatch.com

 

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Sonoma County Art Trails

Dates: Oct. 19-20.

140+ participating artists.  A self-guided opportunity to explore,
engage with & collect an abundance of art directly fromt he artist.

http://www.sonomacountyarttrails.org


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Tomale Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

11am-2pm -  The Latino Democratic Club will be hold their Tamale Fundraiser.

Tamales are $3 Each - Your Choice of: Chicken, Pork or Cheese.

Pick-up Place and Time:
Sonoma County Democratic Headquarters
635 5th St., Santa Rosa

You can order here:
http://www.socolatinodems@gmail.com


Sat, October 19th

LumaFest - Petaluma

Community Opne House - Education Fair - with Dia de los Muertos theme.

A Family-Friendly, all-weather fun at SRJC, Petaluma
http://www.lumafest.santarosa.edu


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Russian Tea & Fragrance Festival

The Russian River Rose Company
1685 Magnolia Dr., Healdsburg
(707) 433-7455
http://www.russian-river-rose.com


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Tolay Fall Festival

Oct. 19, 20. A Seasonal Celebration.
Featuring
of old-time, nature-based fun.  Explore the Nighttime
Creatures Barn, take a hayride to a pumpkin patch, enjoy Alaguali
cultural activities like basketry & flint knapping, try farm activities
like wool-carding & candle-dipping & compete in traditional games
(pumpkin seed spitting contest & gunnysack races).  Barnyard Animals
& hands-on demonstrations in archery, astronomy & nature photography.

Tickets: $5/Adults; $3/Children 12 & younger, $7/Parking.
Activities inside the festival are free.
Tolay Lake Regional Park
5869 Cannon Lane, Petaluma
(707) 565-2041
https://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Play/Tolay-Fall-Festival/



 

Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Exhibit & Reception - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-4pm - Join us for the opening reception of our 2 newest exhibits. 

Tattooed & Tenacious: Native InkAcorns, Quails & Cat tails: Indigenous
Foods of California.  Open to the public & museum admission will be
free for the day.  We will have a panel of traditional tattoo artists &
community members speaking at 12pm-1:30pm with a traditional food demonstration following after.
California Indian Museum & Cultural Center
5250 Aero Dr., Santa Rosa
http://www.cimcc.org

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 20th

SR Mineral & Gem Society Show

Days & Hours:  Saturday, 10am-6pm  AND  Sunday, 10am-5pm.
Minerals, Gemstones, Fossils, Beads, Rock Rough, Crystals - 30+ Vendors.
Treasure Hunt, Displays, Door Prizes, Auctions, Daily Raffle & more!
Admission: $6/Adults, Free/Kids 12 & under.  FREE PARKING.

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 596-3487
http://www.SRMGS.org
 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Morning on the Farm - Santa Rosa

9:30-11am - Summerfield Waldorf School & Farm

http://www.summerfieldwaldorf.org/admissions/visit-us


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

28th Annual Halloween Carnival

Join us for festive and frightful family fun! Enjoy a haunted house, carnival games, jumpy house, costume parade, bake sales, face painting, crafts, music and more! $5.00 per child at the door or $3.00 pre-sale tickets at the YMCA.

Location: Sonoma County Family YMCA

Website: www.scfymca.org

Phone: 707.545.9622 x3320


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Disaster Preparedness Presentation

10am-12/Noon - Exhibits & Demonstrations.  Free to attend.
Hosted by Be Prepared Cloverdale.
Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
209 N. Cloverdale Blvd.,
(707) 608-9882

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Texan Hold 'em Fundraiser - Cloverdale

6-10pm - Benefits 8th Grade Promotion.
Ticket: $100/Entrance Fee inlcudes Dinner.

No Host Bar.

Cloverdale Citrus Fair
1 Citrus Fair Dr.,
(707) 894-0883

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

String Quartet - Occidental

7:30pm - American Chamber Players

Admission: $30/Adults, $10/Students.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Rocky Horror Picture Show - Petaluma

11:30pm .  Ticket: $10/Per Person

Phoenix Theater
201 Washington St.,
http://www.thephoenixtheater.com

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Witchie-Poo Halloween Show - Sonoma

1:30pm Door Open, 2pm/Show - Family Friendly.

Tickets: $12/Adults, $10/Kids.

Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., E.,
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Sugar Skull - Windsor

11am-12:30pm - Kids decorate a sugar skull to celebrate
Dia de los Muertos.
Windsor Regional Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.
(707) 838-1020

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Scarecrow Days at the Town Green

Display runs through Nov. 2nd.

This year's theme: "Just Imagine."

701 McClelland Dr.,
http://www.windsorwe.org


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Boots, Barks & Barrels - Healdsburg

11am-4pm - Wine Tasting in the Watering Hole, Paw Painting
with your Rodeo Pup & Dog Costume Contest with Prizes.
Hot Dogs & Sausages will be available at the Chuchwagon all day.
Tickets: $25/Per Person.  Benefit Paws for Love.
West Wines

1000 Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg
(707) 433-2066

 


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Welfare League's Autumn Antique Faire

Antique and Collectible Sale 20% off Discover a collectible you can't live without!Proceeds help to support Christmas Unlimited, SRJC Scholarships, and much more.

Location: Railroad Square 126 4th Street Santa Rosa

Phone: 7075793281


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Corvettes at the Castle - Kenwood

10am-4pm - The gathering of classic cars will be accompanied by
Wine Tasting & the opportunity to Picnic with food from the Ledwon Marketplace.

Ledson Winery & Vineyards
7335 Hwy. 12, Kenwood

https://ledson.com/?utm_medium=gmybiz&utm_source=gknwgraph&utm_campaign=info


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Noche de Carnaval

5-10:30pm - An annual fundraiser for mental health.

Tickets: $125/Per Person., $1,000/Tables of 10.
Includes: cocktail hour. hosted bar, served dinner & entertainment.

Sonoma Country Day School
4400 Day School Pl., Santa Rosa

http://www.lifewokssc.org/noche-de-carnaval


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 19th

Americana Charting Band, Jeffrey Halford and the H

It's nearly impossible to describe this artist's musicality in a few limiting words. Jeffrey Halford, Americana singer/songwriter, establishes a special connection with fans through his soulful fusion of folk, rock, country and blues. His music stories captivate and carry audiences through separate waves of emotion. On October 19 Jeffrey and the Healers will perform a collection of original songs from their newest album ‘West Towards South’ at the Redwood Cafe. Additionally they’ll perform tracks from their previous album ‘Lo-fi Dreams’ which was claimed by No Depression to be “worthy of accolades.” Over the last 25 years, Halford has been touring the country and internationally with his band, the Healers. They’ve played shows with some of music’s most acclaimed artists and songwriters, as well as Halford’s influences, such as Taj Mahal, Los Lobos, George Thorogood, Gregg Allman, Etta James, John Hammond, and Texas Greats Augie Meyers, Guy Clark and Robert Earl Keen.

Location: Redwood Cafe

Website: https://www.redwoodcafe.com/tickets/jeffrey-halford-the-healers-74274730719

Phone: 3238714821


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 27th

McClelland's Dairy Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Saturdays & Sundays from 10am-6pm.

Featuring Pettting Farm, Obstacle Courses, a Haunted House & Corn Pit.

6475 Bodega Ave., Petaluma
http://www.mclellandsdairy.com/pumpkin-patch


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Wild Jane & the Guys - Guerneville

7-10pm - Jazz, Blues, Bossa & Scat.

Main Street Bistro
16280 Main St., Guerneville
(707) 869-0501
http://www.wildjanes.com


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

MJMF Annual 3 on Basketball Tournament & Auction

9am-4pm - Grades 3rd-12th who want to play in the Tournament
visit the website & register.
The foundation provides new basketball shoes, of their choice,
to student-athletes in need of assistance.  In addition, the foundation
also provides scholarships for CYO & AAU Basketball programs to
student-athletes in ned of assistance.  An a non-profit ogranization,
we are proud to say that the funds raised go directly to the causes
listed above.  Admission: Free

http://www.marcusjohnsonmemorialfoundation.com


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Soul Satisfying Relationships: Workshop

12:30-2pm - Join Janice Campbell, Licensed Unity Teacher.
The workshop will focus on dissolving inner conflicts that
may be affecting your relationships.  Cost: $20/Suggested Love Offering.
Unity of Santa Rosa
4857 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa
(707) 542-7729

 


Sun, October 20th

Windsor Farmers Market

10am-1pm  - EVERY SUNDAY
Held at the Windsor Town Green.

Lots of great Local Farmers, Vendors & plenty of goodies to eat! 
Local Artists & Crafters, as well
https://windsorfarmersmarket.com


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Garblefest - Sebastopol

Garblefest  Yes!  Garblefest?
Event Schedule

1:30-1:45pm -  Instruction

1:45-3pm -  Lavender Garbling

(that the official term for taking an herb off it’s stem)

3-4pm - Refreshments

 

We will provide Lavender, Food, Drink, Sachet Bags

You provide laughter & pleasure!

When it’s over, you go home with your personally garbled lavender
sachet & a fun afternoon to
share with friends.

Lynn’s Lavender --Drying Shed

3335 Harrison Grade Road
corner of Graton & Tanuda Roads
, Sebastopol

(707) 874-9960

Registration Required:
http://www.LynnsLavender.com

 


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Healdsburg Crush

11am-3pm - Come out & enjoy some of the best Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
& Sparkling wines that California has to offer! 

Healdsburg Crush is one of the most significant fundraising events for
Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin.  They provide life changing programs
to over 10,000 kids every year in Sonoma & Marin Counties.  This year,

100% of the proceeds from the event will benefit Boys & Girls
Clubs of Sonoma-Marin
.

Tickets: $90/General.
Healdsburg Plaza
707-528-7977.

http://www.healdsburgcrush.com
 


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Comic con - Santa Rosa

10am-5pm - Inaugural convention gathers together comic book,
toy & fantasy art exhibitors & vendors & more!

Hyatt Regency  Sonoma Wine Country
170 Railroad St., Santa Rosa
http://www.santarosacomiccon.com


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Live Music - Penngrove

3pm - Well Known Strangers

Taking place on the large outdoor patio area of the roadhouse

mixing music, dancing & fresh BBQ.

Cost: $10-$25.

5475 Old Redwood Hwy.

(707) 795-5118
 

 

 


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Chops-Tastic! - Santa Rosa

1-7pm - Features 2 different events combined into one fun filled afternoon.
Starts with a Luncheon with Food prepared by Steve Rose
(former Chef/owner of Vineyards Inn Restaurant in Kenwood) &
the Chop’s Culinary Kids.
The Spirit of Charles DeMeo award will be presented to Hank Schreeder,
retired SR Police Chief & former Chop’s Board member & a Live Auction.
3pm - Silent Auction, Raffle & Fun Games.
5pm - Performance by Wonder Bread 5.

3 Ticket options available.

Friedman Event Center

https://www.chopsteenclub.org/chopstastic

 

 


Mon, October 21st
thru
Fri, January 31st

Crab Fest Tickets on sale now....

EVENT HELD ON FEB. 1, 2020.

 

31st Annual Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest.

Tickets: $125/Per Person.

The popular Crab Feed offers a Wine & Food Reception, a Gourmet
Crab Dinner, Live Music & Silent & Live Auctions proceeds going
to agricultural education, advocacy & scholarships.

Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Hall of Flowers & Grave Pavilion

http://www.sonomafb.org/crab-feed/
 


Mon, October 21st
thru
Mon, May 18th

Help Children learn to Read - Sonoma County

Want to help local 3rd Graders learn to read at grade level?
Become a Schools of Hope Literacy Tutor & make a difference in

a child's life.  30 minutes a week. Training is provided.
(707) 528-4485 x103
http://www.unitedwaywinecountry.org


Mon, October 21st
thru
Mon, December 30th

Bye Bye Mattress - Stop Illegal Dumping

California is so much more beautiful without illegally dumped mattresses.
Your community does not have to toss their mattress on the side of the street or alley.  When recycled mattresses can provide steel, fiver & wood that can be repurposed into new, useful products.
This program provides free recycling in California ALL YEAR LONG.
http:/www.byebyemattress.com/media-center


Mon, October 21st
thru
Mon, October 21st

"I Shot Jennifer Lopez" - Healdsburg

7pm - EVERY 3rd Monday of the Month at HCA!
Free public readings of original plays by the Raven Players.
A $10/Donation is encouraged but not required.
Wine available for $5 during the readings. 

 

"I Shot Jennifer Lopez" By Cricket Daniel Synopsis: Best friends
Norah & Ally are pursuing their dreams in Manhattan.  But when
Norah’s parents threaten to stop paying their rent, the girls’ days in the
Big Appleare numbered—until shutterbug Norah accidentally “shoots”
J. Lo in a compromising position.  Will Norah sell out for the big payout?
With the help of their lovable stoner neighbor Jude, the girls
consider what they’re willing to do for money & make a decision
that impacts their lives forever.
We invite you join us for the reading & share your thoughts
in the post-reading discussion with the cast & director.

Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St., Healdsburg

(707) 431-1970
http://www.HealdsburgCenterfortheArts.org


Mon, October 21st
thru
Mon, November 18th

PEANUTS GOES TO CAMP - Santa Rosa

Relive nights serenaded by crickets & days full of sun-drenched
memories with Charlie Brown, Snoopy & the rest of the Peanuts Gang.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Mon, October 21st
thru
Fri, October 25th

Operation: We Got Your Six - Sonoma County

HELP GOOD OL BOYS MC Cover the backs of those who covered ours!
Please DONATE a Blanket or a Coat to a Veteran or their Families.
Accepting Donations Year Round with Distributions beginning Oct. 2019.
(707) 889-5379
http://www.goodolboysmc.com


Mon, October 21st
thru
Mon, October 21st

Women Chefs Women Winemakers Dinner - Geyserville

6pm - Buy a ticket, bring a friend & be prepared to be dazzled by
internationally famous chefs Domenica Catelli of Catelli’s,
Liza Hinman of the Spinster Sisters & Duskie Estes of Zazu Kitchen+ Farm 
& Local favorite wine stars Ashley Herzberg of Amista Vineyards,
Shelly Rafanelli of A. Rafanelli Winery & Jen Higgins of Lambert Bridge.

This powerhouse team will create an original multi-course Dinner
menu using seasonally sourced local ingredients.  Their artisanal
preparation of each course & wines selected by the winemakers
combine for a Sonoma County evening extraordinaire.
Funds raised support the Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County.

Cost:  $250/Per Person.

Catelli’s Restaurant, Geyserville

https://tinyurl.com/WCWW2019

 


Mon, October 21st
thru
Sun, December 8th

Picturing Philanthropy - SSU

Exhibit runs through 12/8.

Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2295
http://www.sonoma.edu/artgallery


Tue, October 22nd
thru
Mon, December 16th

East Side Farmers Market - Petaluma

10am-1:30pm - EVERY TUESDAY - YEAR ROUND.
Lucchesi Park - Peetaluma Community Center
320 N. McDowell Blvd.,
http://www.CommunityFarmersMarkets.com


Tue, October 22nd
thru
Tue, October 22nd

Free Home Energy & Resilience Workshops

6-7:30pm - For property owners considering energy efficiency,
construction hardening & solar upgrades.
Energy & Sustainability Office
2300 County Center Dr., Suite A105, Santa Rosa

(707) 565-6470
http://www.sonomacounty.ca.gov/energy


Wed, October 23rd
thru
Wed, October 23rd

Best Practices Breakfast Awards - Santa Rosa

Recognizing Sonoma County Businesses & Individuals, for their exemplary
work & practices in the recruitment, hiring, promotion & retention of
people with disabilities.  Our awards are presented in 
4 categories: Employer, Individual Initiative Employee, Community
Employment Advocate & Lifetime Achievement.

Anyone is welcome to submit nominations for all award categories.
Each year we request award nominations from the public by email,
website postings & print advertisements.  The Awards Selection
Committee is comprised of volunteer representatives from private business, social services agencies, non-profit organizations & local government.
Flamingo Resort & Hotel
2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa

 

 


Wed, October 23rd

Community Farmers Market - Santa Rosa

9am-1pm - WEDNESDAYS. Year Round.
Veterans Building
1351 Maple Ave.,
http://www.CommunityFarmersMarkets.com


Wed, October 23rd
thru
Wed, October 23rd

Fall Book Sale - Sebastopol

Oct. 23, 5-8pm,
Oct. 24, 10am-6pm,
Oct 25, 10am-6pm - Half-Pricr Day,
Oct. 26, 10am-2pm -$5/Bag Day.

Lobby & Forum Room of the Sebastopol Library
7140 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 823-7691


Thu, October 24th
thru
Thu, October 24th

SSU M.A. Organization Development Info Session

Make your living marking a difference! Learn the leadership skills needed for successfully guiding an organization or community through needed change. This two-year M.A. program emphasizes mentoring and hands-on learning through actual consulting projects. Classes meet two nights per week and one Saturday a month.

Location: Sonoma State University, Rachel Carson Hall 10

Website: https://web.sonoma.edu/exed/misc/information-meetings#maod

Phone: 707-664-3545


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown - Santa Rosa

6-8:30pm - 2 Movies on the big outdoor screen!

Crafts , Trick-or-Treat Trail & lots of family fun!  Weather permitting.

Snoopy's Home Ice Redwood Empire Ice Arena

http://www.snoopyshomeice.com


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

Take Me to the River - Green Music Center

7:30pm - A CELEBRATION of NEW ORLEANS MUSIC.

Weill Hall - Green Music Center
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Fri, October 25th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Norcal Exotic Erotic Ball - Santa Rosa

Cosstume Contest, Workshops, Kinky Speed Dating, Erotic Art Gallery.
Vendors from aroudnt he world, Dirty Talk Game Show, DJ Tazzy Taz & more!

Tickets: ONLINE ONLY - $125/Per Person

Flamingo Resort & Spa
http://www.norcalexoticerotic.com


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio - Occdental

8pm - This internationally renowned flamenco guitarist/composer/educator
has been
touring the west coast with a powerhouse trio featuring
Grammy-nominated percussionist
Tupac Mantilla & bassist Brad Barrett.
They merge the soul-stirring beauty of Flamenco Tradition with Jazz,
World Music, Rock & Soul influences.  vFine refreshments available
 

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


Fri, October 25th
thru
Sat, October 26th

21st Annual Fall Music Festival

Friday, Oct., 25th, 2-7pm AND Saturday, Oct., 26th, 8am-3:30pm.

More than 20 Bands & Orchestras from numerous Bay Area Middle & High Schools will attend this prestigious event.  Performing on stage for an audience & for experienced judges who provide feedback & critique.  Afterwards, they participate in a private clinic with a judge.
All stage performances are free & open to the public.  This is a wonderful opportunity to
hear a wide variety of Classical & contemporary Instrumental Music.
A Food Truck plus a Snack Bar will be available.  Visitors will also have an opportunity
to donate to the Analy Band Wagon, the non-profit organization supporting Analy High School Bands & Orchestras.

Analy High School Auditorium
6950 Analy Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 824-2337

http://analybandwagon.org


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

Petaluma Movies in the Park

6pm - Food, Games & Family-Friendly Activities.
Movies start at DUSK - Movie - "Hocus Pocus."
Presented by the City of Petaluma.
Lucchesi Park
320 North McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
http://www.cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec/index.html

Fri, October 25th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Santa Rosa Gem Faire

Hours: Fri. 12pm-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 10am-5pm.
Admission $7/Weekend Pass. Fine jewelry, crystals, precious &
semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, gold & silver, minerals
& much more at manufacturer’s prices.  Over 60 exhibitors from around
the world.  Jewelry repair & cleaning while you shop. Free hourly door prizes.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa

(503) 252-8300
http://www.gemfaire.com


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

Juanito Pascual Trio! - Occidental

8pm - Internationally renowned flamenco guitarist/composer/educator
Juanito Pascual is touring the west coast with a powerhouse trio,
featuring bassist Sascha Jacobsen & percusionnist Guillermo Marin.
They merge the soul-stirring beauty of flamenco tradition with jazz,
world music, rock & pop influences.  $20/Advance, $25/Door.
Fine Refreshments.  Wheelchair Accessible.
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Fall Festival -

2-5pm - Apple on a string, Bottle Ring Toss, Ducks in a Pond, Large Jenga,
Pin the Face on the Pumpkin, Pumpkin Can Bowling, Guess the Weight
of the Pumpkin & the number of Candy Corns in a Jar.
Enjoy Popcorn & Apple Juice, Pumpkin Pie & Coffee.

Methodist Church
6550 Covey Rd, Forestville
(707) 887-2020

https://www.forestvilleumc.org


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Centennial Celebration of Women's Suffrage

10:30am-12:30pm - Panel discussion focusing on local suffragists
& supporters.  Panelists include: Gaye LeBaron, columnist; Molly MacGregor,
National Women's History Alliance; Ann Galantine, Santa Rosa
Historical Society; Mary Paul Dodgion, West County Historical Society
& Peg Rogers, Commission on the Status of Women.

Rincon Valley Library
6959 Montecito Boulevard Santa Rosa

https://sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/5852146


Sat, October 26th

2nd Annual Cruisin' North Car Show for a Cause

Pricing $40 / $45 Day of Show Dash plaques.  Limited to 150 cars. Food, Music & Vendors.
Free to the public.
Interested in Sponsoring our show:
http://cruisinnorth.com/index.php/cruisin-car-show-sponsorship.

Vendor information & Form:
http://cruisinnorth.com/index.php/cruisin-car-show-vendor-information

Donate online:
http://cruisinnorth.com/index.php/cruisin-alzheimers-car-show

Location: The Plaza North Shopping Center Petaluma

Website: cruisinnorth.com

Phone: 707-799-6998


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Jail Industries Plant Sales - Santa Rosa

9am-12/Noon - Natives, Succulents &  Sonoma Superstars.
We have a variety of trees &  many 1-gallon plants now available
& ready to plant

Bring your own wheel barrow or wagon to transport your plants.

100% of revenue from the plants sales fund the Nursery Vocational
Education Program
operated by the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office in
partnership with the Sonoma County Office of Education. 
All plants are grown & nurtured by inmates.  No pesticides or fertilizers
are used
.  A complete list of plants, vines, shrubs, perennials & trees
may be found at:
http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Services/Plant-Sale/

Jail Industries Plant Sales
2254 Ordinance Rd., @ Airport Blvd., Santa Rosa


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Santa Rosa Tool Library - Tool Sale

9am-2pm - All proceeds will be used to purchase high demand tools.

We accept cash & debit/credit cards.

2534 Sam Drive, Santa Rosa
(707) 576-0590

http://www.borrowtools.org


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Under the Umbrellas Winter Craft Faire

10am -4pm under the umbrella tables on its spacious floor room.
All items are hand-made by local artists - Ornaments, textiles, soap,
succulents, jewelry & chocolates!  Hand-work of all kinds! Come start
your holiday shopping or treat yourself; have fun browsing at this year’s
Under the Umbrellas Craft Faire

Door prizes donated by the attending vendor will be drawn all day
& Baked Goods will be available for purchase by local youth groups.

ReStyle Marketplace
1001 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa
(In the old G&G Shopping Center).

(707) 284-1700

 


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

SSU Saturday Hybrid B.A. Liberal Studies Degree Co

This program offers an alternative route to a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies for working adults who have completed lower-division coursework and whose schedules do not permit them to attend regular campus classes. Instruction is organized around one full Saturday seminar per month on campus, combined with weekly online seminars and ongoing reading and writing assignments.

Location: Sonoma State University, Rachel Carson Hall 69

Website: https://web.sonoma.edu/exed/misc/information-meetings#maod

Phone: 707-664-3545


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Pumplin Festival - Healdsburg Farmers Market

8:30am-12/Noon - Costume Contest & various Competitions to
test Carving Skills, Pumpkin Decorating & Pumpkin Racing abilities.

A Dia de los Muertos display & Kids' Activities, live Music & the array
of Growers & Artisan Producers.

West Plaza Parking Lot
http://www.healdsburgfarmersmarket.org

 


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Healdsburg Farmers Market Annual Pumpkin Festival

8:30am-12/Noon - The market pumpkin festival includes pumpkin
carving, decorating and racing down the specially built track for our
events, as well as lots of other craft goings-on for all ages.

West Plaza Parking lot (behind Bear Republic Brewing)
http://www.healdsburgfarmersmarket.org/pumpkin-festival-2019/


 


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Healdsburg Barn Dance

5-10pm - Benefiting the Healdsburg Fair & Student Collegiate Scholarships.  We've rounded up the best local talent with our fair board director's
cook'n up & serving delicious appetizers & NY Strip Steak with all the fix'ns.
Silent & Live Auctions, No Host Bar, Live Music & Dancing with local Country music star McKenna Faith. Must be 21 & older to attend.

Admission:  $65/General, $700/VIP Tables for 8.
 

 

Santa Rosa Junior College Shone Farm

7450 Steve Olson Ln, Forestville
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4317899


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Hounds 4 Huntington's Dog Costume Walk

9am-12/Noon - It’s Halloween time so dress up your dog(s), yourself
& your kids,
Help support this fundraiser for the nonprofit, Huntington's Disease
Society of America to help in the fight against Huntington's disease.

The trail is a beautiful 2-mile circular walk to the Petaluma River & is
wheelchair accessible.  There will be many contests for your dog
to participate in (Best Costume, Cutest Costume, Biggest Dog
& Smallest Dog, etc).  Enjoy a Silent Auction to help us raise additional
dollars for research for Huntington’s disease which has no cure - 
(HD is a rare, fatal, genetic brain disorder that affects children & adults).
The local Fire Dept. will have an engine there for the kids to see
& talk with the Firemen. 

Shollenberger Park
1400 Cader Lane Petaluma
https://app.donorview.com/QV7R


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Tricks & Treats at the Village

11am-2pm - Visit with the Pumpkin Fairy Godmother,
Free Fun Games & Activities for the Kids,
Costume Contest, Plus lots of other TREATS.

Admission is FREE.
Village Court in Montgomery Village, Santa Rosa

https://www.mvshops.com/?utm_source=press_democrat&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=smi_digital_2019


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Pinot & Paella with Harvest Card

2-5pm - Come celebrate the end of Harvest!  Presented by Harvest Card.

10 outstanding Harvest Card winery partners, including Russian River
Vineyards, Pedroncelli, Roald Wine Company, Foley Sonoma, Taft Street
Winery, MacPhail Wines, Bowman Cellars, ZO Wines, Rodney Strong Vineyards
& Enriquez Estate are all gathering to celebrate the end of an amazing 2019 Harvest, serve world-class wines, delicious paella & listen to live music!
Door Prizes & Raffles, too!  You won't want to miss this incredible afternoon on the lower-crush pad of this iconic property with Harvest Card!

Russian River Vineyards

http://www.getharvestcard.com


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Bloomfield Volunteer Fire Department Annual Spaghe

Annual Fundraiser Spaghetti Dinner, Include Spaghetti with Italian Sausage, Salad, Garlic Bread, Drinks, Beer and Wine available, Dessert available

Location: 6660 Bloomfield Rd., Bloomfield

Phone: 7076649421


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Mad Hatter Ball - Petaluma

5:30pm - Join Mentor Me for a cross-cultural Celebration
in support of Sonoma County Youth.

Dinner, Dancing, Auction, Raffles, & Hat Contest.
Cavanagh Rec Center
426 8th St., Petaluma
(707) 778-4798
http://www.WeAreMentorMe.org


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Autumn Leaves Senior Citizens Annual Boutique

9am-3pm - Homemade Jams, Jellies & Baked Goods - Craft Booths,
a White Elephant Booth, a Cake Booth & so much more.

St. Sebastian's Hall
7983 Covert Lane, Sebastopol

 


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Hallowine Run

8:30am-1pm - The Hallowine Run (formerly Healdsburg Wine Country Half Marathon) originated in October of 2008 after Destination Races founder
Matt Dockstader attended the world-renowned Marathon du
Medoc in France.  His vision was to create a Wine Harvest themed
Race in one of America's most iconic Wine Regions – with the flair
& colorful costumes he witnessed at the Medoc event .

The event offers an opportunity for participants, family & friends
to enjoy an extended stay in wine county with various activities
around the race.  Your journey includes a stunningly beautiful
autumn-colored 13.1 mile course in the Dry Creek & Alexander Valleys,
with the reward of a post-race festival featuring eaturing exhibitors,
regional wines, food, beer, live music & the highly entertaining costume contest.
Warm Springs Recreation Area below Lake Sonoma!

(707) 332-9340

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Sat, October 26th

North Bay Discovery Science Day

EVENT HELD ON: October 26th - SC Fairgrounds.

An all day free event targeting 3rd - 8th Graders & their Families.  Local Businesses & Educational groups provide over 100 hands-on Science Exhibits designed to inspire & encourage our youth
in science.

This year over 15,000 are expected to attend. Longtime popular exhibitors include Keysight, Medtronic, Kaiser, Viavi & numerous others.
There are opportunities for you or your business:
To either EXHIBIT or be a SPONSOR:
(415) 301-0030
http://www.Northbayscience.org


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Sonoma Bach - Rohnert Park

3pm - Scepter'd Isle
Tickets: $25/General, $15/Students.

Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center
(707) 347-9491
http://www.sonomabach.org


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sun, November 17th

2019 Emerging Artist Exhibition

The Emerging Artist Exhibition is an annual juried show that showcases the talent, skill and creativity of young emerging artists in Northern California. The show features work by artists ages 16-30. October 26 – November 17Opening reception: Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 5 PM – 7 PMThe opening reception is free & open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. Wine will also be available.The exhibit is fully sponsored by the Merede & Barbara Graham Memorial Fund from the Namaste Foundation.

Location: 130 Plaza St. Healdsburg

Website: https://healdsburgcenterforthearts.org

Phone: 7074311970


Sun, October 27th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Fall Colors Festival & Vintage Car Show

8-11am - Annual Fireman's Pancake Breakfast.
10am-3pm - Car Show, Craft Booths, Vendors, Food & Fun for
the whole Family.


Sun, October 27th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Halloween with Harry Potter - Rohnert Park

3pm - Join the Symphony & playful guest artists for an afternoon
of musical adventure.  Children learn about orchestral instruments,
classical music & composers while enjoying a delightful story.

Audience members of all ages will recognize music from Harry Potter
& more that conjures images of fantastical creatures & magic.

Costumes are encouraged - Come an hour early for the free photo booth.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center
https://www.srsymphony.org/Events-Tickets/Family-Series


Sun, October 27th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Dia de los Muertos - Healdsburg

12/Noon-7pm - Honor the Dead by LIVING!

Live Music, Ballet Folklorico, Pozoli, Traditional Altars,
Face Painting, Kids' Activities & Family FUN!

Healdsburg Plaza Park
https://www.corazonhealdsburg.org/copy-of-dias-de-los-muertes-flyer-2


Sun, October 27th

Breakfast at Breathless - Healdsburg

9:30am-1:30pm - Join us for our popular Breakfast at Breathless series!  Held on the last Sunday of each month—through October.  Each ticket includes a sweet or savory French Crepe from Brittany Crepes & a delicious glass of bubbles at our tasting room & garden.
$24.99/Per Person, $12.99 (Crepe Inly).

Breathless Winery
499 Moore Ln, Healdsburg
(707) 395-7300

https://www.breathlesswines.com


Wed, October 30th
thru
Wed, October 30th

Flat Broke Farm Animal Rescue - Cotati

8:00-10:30pm - Benefit Concert
They continue their mission of helping the most vulnerable farm animals
solely though the donations of its supporters.  The farm is 100%
donation-supported!

Mission Statement - Flat Broke Farm rescues, rehabilitates & re-homes
unwanted, abandoned, abused, neglected or displaced farm animals
in Marin, Sonoma & Napa counties.  We provide a healthy, secure &
caring living environment, while providing 1st-class medical care
& community training

Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati

http://www.flatbrokefarm.org


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Hallowe'en Old Time Radio Show -

7:30pm - Blood-Curdling Stories all told int eh best tradition of
radio theater-by actors in fron of a radio microphone! 
There will be a Costume Contest with surprise judges.
Cloverdale Performing Arts
209 North Cloverdale Blvd.
(408) 722-0019
http://www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Halloween Bash with The THUGZ - Occidental

7:30-10pm -   A fun-filled evening of dancing & frolicking awaits featuring West County favorites The THUGZ (Tribal Hippie Underground Zone).
The THUGZ are purveyors of cosmic Americana & Old-Time Psychedelic Music,
providing a fun time for all with their brand of original & classic jam rock.
?No two Thugz shows are exactly the same but the spirit & love of music making are always present!  AND...We're giving a $250 cash prize for the BEST Halloween Costume!  Come shake your bones with us on Halloween!
Tickets: $15/Advance, $18/Door.
Occidental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Ct, Occidental
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org
 

Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Trick or Treat - Healsdburg

4-6pm - Bring the family downtown in their Halloween finest
for some trick or treating!
Downtown businesses will be handing out candy to trick or treaters.

 

 


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Creepy Treats at City Hall - Cotati

Bring the little ones in costume to gather treats.
201 W. Sierra Ave., Cotati
(707) 792-4600


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Harvest Party - Santa Rosa

5:30-8:30pm - FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!

1315 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.facebook.com/events/santa-rosa-christian-church/harvest-party/2634903776561727/


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Halloween Trick or Treat Trail - Petaluma

3-5:30pm - Join over 80 participating Downtown merchants for a
FUN & SAFE community Halloween for the entire Family & goodies
for costumed kids under 12. 
Prepare for a hauntingly "ghould" time
as the scary, the cute, the ugly & the creepy descend on Downtown Petaluma.

(707) 762-9348

http://www.petalumadowntown.com

 


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Halloween Parade - Windsor

6pm - Parade begins.

Families come on out to join the Parade led by Windsor Fire Truck
that will proceed through the shopping centers, ending at the
Community Center for Hot Dogs, Sodas & Chips.
Trick or Treat Bags will be given out.
(707) 838-4531
http://www.townofwindsor.com


Fri, November 1st
thru
Fri, November 1st

Windsor's 9th Annual Day of the Dead Celebration

5-8pm - Viva Los Muertos
An Alcohol-Free Celebration of LIfe - Family Event.
Windsor Town Green

 


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Craft Faire - Forestville

9am-2pm - Featuring Home made pies to eat or take home.

White Elephant Table - priced to sell!

6550 Covey Rd., Forestville
(707) 887-2020
https://www.forestvilleumc.org


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

10th Annual Fall Gift Showcase - Rohnert Park

10am-4pm - Shop 24 Local Vendors offering unqiue Show Specials
for this ONE DAY ONLY.

Bring Friends & Family for a FUN Day of Shopping!

DoubleTree Hotel
Chardonnay Room
1 Doubletree, Rohnert Park

 


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Saturday Cafe: Resources for our Aging Population

12/Noon-2:30pm.
Panel discussion begins at 12:30pm.
Raffle Prizes, Free Three Twins ice cream & much more!
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St., Sebastopol

Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

4th Annual Bark After Dark

It's time again for the best dog-gone fundraising dinner and auction in Sonoma County! On Saturday, November 2, join other animal lovers at “Bark After Dark”, hosted by the Animal Shelter League of Rohnert Park. Enjoy a fun-filled evening while directly supporting life-saving animal medical care and vital community pet assistance programs for animals awaiting a second chance for life and love at the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter. A wonderful event for a heart-warming, great cause!

Location: Rohnert Park Community Center

Website: https://www.animalshelterleaguerp.org

Phone: 7078433203


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Wine & Food Affair - Sonoma County

11am-4pm - Annual premier event is a full weekend of Wine & Food Pairings
in the Alexander, Dry Creek & Russian River Valleys.  All of the Wineries participating
will have a favorite winery recipe available online, which they will prepare both days
for you to sample,
paired with the perfect wine.

Price $95/Weekend; $75/Sunday Only; $35/Designated Driver
https://www.sonomacounty.com/sonoma-events/wine-food-affair

Sat, November 2nd

El Dia de los Muertos - Petaluma

Canldelight Procession with Giant Puppets, Live Music, Ballet Folklorico, Azten Dancers,

Food, Art & much more!

https://www.facebook.com/El-D%C3%ADa-de-los-Muertos-Petaluma-154451587898565/

 

 

 


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Salmon Creek Artwalk Open Studios

10am-4pm - 14 Artists in 6 Studios are presenting fine arts & crafts
in a wide variety of media: Photography, Painting (Oil, Acrylic,
Watercolor, Pastel), Jewelry, Handmade Footwear & custom leather,
figurative Sculpture, Mixed Media, Stained Glass, Prints, Ceramics &
Wood Mounted Clocks.
Tour the Studios, view Artists Demonstrations, enjoy our picturesque Village,
Walk on the Beach!

Follow Orange "ARTWALK" Signs to Salmon Creek.
1-Mile north of Bodega Bay on Hwy. 1

Turn West on Bean Ave., & follow signs to Studios.

http://www.salmoncreekartwalk.com


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Bake Sale & Handmade Craft Fair - Windsor

10am-2pm - All proceeds to directly help fund the Aquatic
Scholarship Program.
Windsor Senior Recreation Center

(707) 838-1260
http://www.townofwindsor.com


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Scouts: Troop 134 Pancake Breakfast

The best $5 Pancake Breakfast around! Pancakes, eggs, ham, milk, juice, coffee & tea served at your table by a uniformed Scout. Come meet the troop, newly expanded to include a girls division- the first in Sonoma County!

Location: Piner Highschool Multi Purpose Room

Phone: 7073181656


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 23rd

Willowside Fall Plant Sale - Santa Rosa

9am-2pm - Saturdays - Nov. 2 & 23.

Lots of plants to choose from.  PRICE: $4 for 1-Gallon containers.
We gladly accept donations of healthy plants, garden tools, working
wagons, ceramic pots, recycled 1 gallon nursery containers, etc.
Our Middle School Nursery is a working nursery with student involvement
& is self sustaining through plant sales

WILLOWSIDE SCHOOL NURSERY

5299 Hall Rd, Santa Rosa
Corner of Willowside & Hall Rd. -  Entrance is on Willowside Rd.
(707) 569-4724
 
 

Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Honoring Their Service: Women Veterans

3-5pm - Hear stories from a panel of 6 women veterans whose service spans the decades: from World War II through the present conflict,
as they answer moderated questions about their service & how it has affected their lives.

Central Santa Rosa Library - Forum Room
211 E. St., Santa Rosa

https://sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/5737795


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Madonna's Country Village Holiday Shopping

10am-4pm - Event for the Whole Family!
Holiday Shopping with 30 Vendors.
Hand-crafted items, Beauty Products, Children's Books, Jewelry,
Clothing, Unique Gifts, One of a kinds, Fresh Baked Goodies & more!

Mary Agatha Furth Center
8400 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor

 


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Cash & King: The Ultimate Celebration of 2 Legends

7-9:30pm - Recording artist Steven Kent & his band will take the big
stage to summon the spirits & voices of the Man in Black, Johnny Cash
& the King himself, Elvis Presley. Rather than impersonate these
legendary figures in American music, both of whom Kent knew,
he offers faithful renditions of their greatest hits interspersed
with stories of their struggles & triumphs.
The show consists of 2 sets, one for Cash & one for Elvis.
Whether you are a fan of one or both, you will be treated to a celebration
of the music of 2 giants in popular music history.  Kent’s smooth baritone delivers these iconic songs with authenticity.
Tickets: $30/General, $40/Premium.

Codding Theater at Spreckels Performing Arts Center

5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park

(707) 588-3400
http://www.spreckelsonline.com


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Sonoma County Songwriter Series - Sebastopol

3pm - Farallons

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center Annex
425 Morris St.,  Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
http://www.seb.org


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

CASH & KING - Rohnert Park

7-11pm - In celebration of our 30th Anniversary, Spreckels Performing Arts Center

has invited international recording artist Steven Kent back to the Spreckels stage with Cash & King, a unique concert featuring the music of Johnny Cash & Elvis Presley in one unforgettable concert.
*This is not an impersonator show *Steven, along with his superb band,
performs in their own exciting style while keeping true to the music
that has inspired generations.  This amazing 2-set show is packed
with chart-topping classics, as well as Steven’s personal insight about
the songs & what it was like to meet these 2 legendary icons in person!

All proceeds benefit Spreckels Performing Arts Center.  Tickets: $40/$30.

Spreckels Performing Arts Center
(707) 588-3400

http://www.spreckelsonline.com


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Coler Porter Salutes MOTOWN - San Rafael

2pm - Benefit Show.
Come join us in a tribute to your favorite groups & soloists;
The Temptations, the Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes,
Aretha Franklin, Martha and the Vandelas, Michael Jackson & more!
Local vocalists & talented young people will combine to create an
afternoon of high energy, hand-clapping, sing-along joyful fun to
benefit The Cole Porter Society's mission to celebrate & honor our
musical history with R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
Proceeds from this show allow us to keep the musical legacy of
Cole Porter alive to the younger generation through performances at
Schools, Universities & Community events.

Marin Showcase Theater
(415) 473-4381
https://tickets.marincenter.org/eventperformances.asp?evt=183


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Cole Porter Salues Motown - San Rafael

2pm - Come join us in a tribute to your favorite groups & soloists;
The Temptations, The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes,
Aretha Franklin, Martha & the Vandelas, Michael Jackson & more...
Local vocalists & talented young people will combine to create an
afternoon of high energy, hand-clapping, sing-along joyful fun to
benefit The Cole Porter Society's mission to celebrate & honor our
musical history with R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
Proceeds from this show allow us to keep the musical legacy of
Cole Porter alive to the younger generation through performances
at schools, universities & community events.
https://tickets.marincenter.org/eventperformances.asp?evt=183


Fri, November 8th
thru
Sun, November 10th

Spoken Word Festival

3rd Annual - Local, National & International storytellers & spoken word artists

celebrate strorytelling.
http://www.davepokornypresents.com


Fri, November 8th
thru
Fri, November 8th

One Cold Gathering - Santa Rosa

6:30-8pm - This is an opportunity to support our Sleepers before they
embark on their night outside, learn more about current services &
program happening at SAY, & show your support for the youth we serve.
All community members are welcome!  We ask that attendees bring
$10 gift cards for Target, Big 5, or Safeway to help SAY provide Clothing
& Food for youth in our housing, counseling & job readiness programs.

SAY Finley Dream Center

http://www.Onecoldnight.org


Sat, November 9th
thru
Sat, November 9th

Annual Holiday Craft Fair - Cazadero

10am-4pm - Many local artisans - handcrafted items.  Tasty Snacks.
Themes items such as aprons, coverlets &  t-shrts.

Firehall, Cazadero
(707) 632-5545

 


Sat, November 9th
thru
Sat, November 9th

Body Mind & Soul Expo

Saturday, November 9, 2019, 1-5p.m.

Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa

Hosted by Redwood Empire Stereocasters

 

The Body, Mind & Soul Expo is a multi-exhibitor event focused on health and wellness. A first of its kind in Sonoma County, the event will feature everything and anything related to the well-being of the families and individuals in our community. By being promoted on all five of the Redwood Empire Stereocasters radio stations, this event will attract women and men of all ages and ethnicities from throughout our area. Admission is free and exhibitors will be able to display, demonstrate, sample and sell their products and services to this very diverse audience. Exhibitor categories include, but are not limited to: medical, dental, diet, fitness, mental health, emotional health, senior care, child services, alternative medicine and so much more. Every vendor is being strongly encouraged to do something interactive at their exhibit that will engage the attendees and make it a fun experience. There will also be rooms adjacent to the exhibit hall for seminars and demonstrations.

Location: The Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa, Santa Rosa

Website: https://kzst.com/pages/body-mind-soul-expo

Phone: 707-284-9131


Sat, November 9th
thru
Sat, November 9th

Spencer Brewer in Concert- Sebastopol

7pm/Doors, 7:30pm/Show.

$15/Pre-Sale, $20/Day of Show, $10/Student, Free/Kids 10 & under.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High Street, (Veterans Building), Sebastopol
(707) 829-4707
http://www.sebarts.org

Sun, November 10th

Nella - Green Music Center

3pm.  Tickets: Starting at $30.
She is a new voice hailing from the Venezuelan Island of Margarita.  A Berklee College of Music graduate, her music is a meeting place for her countrys folkloric roots, the influence of her contemporaries & the music of the Andalusian region.  Baring her soul in the songs she sings, Nella has already garnered the support of Latin pop star Alejandro Sanz & has performed with a variety of artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Carlos Vives, Luis Enrique & Susana Baca.
(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Sun, November 10th
thru
Sun, November 10th

Parlor Jazz Series Concert - Healdsburg

6:30/Doors Open, 7pm/Show - Bringing Oregonia with Art Lande,

John Gunther, Tim Wendel along with guest saxophonist
Paul McCandless to the Healdsburg community during their Bay Area Tour.

Tickets: $30/Per Person.

The Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave.,
http://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org


Sun, November 10th
thru
Sun, November 10th

Patchwork Show

Discover local craft and food makers in the heart of Northern California wine country at the inaugural Patchwork Show in Santa Rosa in fall 2019. Shop handmade and independent goods from 100+ local makers, crafters, designers and junior entrepreneurs alongside local DJs spinning classic soul records and crafting stations. Family friendly, indoor venue, and FREE to attend! November 10, 2019 - Sonoma County Fairgrounds-Hall of Flowers – 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, CA – 11-5pmAbout Patchwork ShowPatchwork Show is Dear Handmade Life’s bi-annual, makers festival showcasing local emerging artists, crafters and designers alongside artisan food, DIY crafting, food trucks and music. All Patchwork shows are free to attend.Over the years, Patchwork has grown from a small parking lot craft fair into multiple locations including street festivals and large indoor marketplaces. Each location is as unique as the venue and showcases different makers and collaborations that reflect the local environment and community.

Location: Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Website: https://dearhandmadelife.com/patchwork-show/

Phone: 9092478499


Sun, November 10th

Crusin' Bear Republic - Rohnert Park

12/Noon-3pm - EVERY 2nd SUNDAY
Bring your Classic 79 & older & join us for our monthly Cruise-in.
$10/Meal Deal, Raffle & a Plaque for Best of Show!

Bear Republic Brewing Co.
5000 Roberts Lake Rd., Rohnert Park
http://www.cruisinnorth.com


Mon, November 11th

Annual Veterans Day Parade & Flyover

1pm - Salute Past, Present & Future Members of our Armed Forces at the largest Veterans
Day Parade in Northern California.  Making its way through downtown.

http://www.petalumaveteransparade.com


Wed, November 13th
thru
Wed, November 13th

Let's Talk About Death - Film/Discussion

 

6:30- 9pm -  Donation: $5-$15.
Disney Pixar animated movie "Coco" follows aspiring
child musician
Miguel, who dreams of becoming an accomplished
musician like
his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz.  But generations of his family
have
banned music.  Miguel travels to the Land of the Dead to find his

great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.  Along the way,
he meets charming trickster Hector & together, they set off on an
extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history.
 
Watch the film & join us for a lively & educational discussion
afterward.
  Homemade savory food & desserts for sale at the event.
Come early to enjoy them.
Sebastopol Grange
6000 Hwy 12, Sebastopol
http://www.finalpassages.org
 

Thu, November 14th
thru
Thu, November 14th

AL SCARDINO -

Tickets: $20 Available on Eventbrite

Location: Petaluma Valley Hospital - Groverman Hall

Phone: 707-321-6145


Thu, November 14th
thru
Thu, November 14th

Awareness - CRPS ORANGE DAY

This is an annual global event held on the 1st Monday of November
to spread awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)

http://www.colortheworldorange.com andwww.ninds.nih.gov


Fri, November 15th
thru
Fri, November 15th

Open Studio - Fulton Crossing

5-8pm.
1200 River Rd., Fulton
https://www.fultoncrossing.com


Sat, November 16th
thru
Sat, November 16th

Annual Lighting of the Sonoma Plaza

5-8pm - The kick-off to the popular Holidays in Sonoma, join thousands
of Residents & Visitors as we fill the historic Sonoma Plaza with the
bright glow of a quarter-million lights.  Enjoy Music, Performances,
Food Trucks & the chance to visit the holiday displays around
the 8-acre Sonoma Plaza.

The lighting of City Hall & the Trees around the Plaza kicks off the
Holiday Season in Sonoma Valley, with special events being held
throughout November, December & January.
http://www.sonomavalley.com/holidays

 


Sun, November 17th
thru
Sun, November 17th

Sonoma County Philharmonic Concert

The Sonoma County Philharmonic presents 16 year old violinist Pierce Wang, winner of the 2019 San Francisco Conservatory of Music Pre-College Division Solo Competition, celebrating the next generation of talented musicians. Program includes Rossini's Semiramide Overture, Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1 and Symphonic Dances by Rachmaninoff.

Location: Jackson Theater, Sonoma Country Day School

Website: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4320602

Phone: (707) 584-6945


Sun, November 17th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

3pm - The Pout Pout Fish
Swim along with pouty Mr. Fish & his friends in this new musical adventure. Utilizing live Actors & Puppets, this colorful adaptation of The NY Times best-seller is sure to turn the poutiest of frowns upside down.

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


Sun, November 17th
thru
Sun, April 26th

The Chamber Music Concert Series - SRJC

The long tradition of this series in the North Bay, has kept lovers
of quality Music, in an intimate setting at affordable prices, engaged
throughout its history.  This year's line-up of amazing artists will again
thrill our patrons.

(707) 527-4372
http://www.santarosa.edu/chamberconcerts

 


Sun, November 17th
thru
Sun, November 17th

Patrick Ball: Celtic Harp & Story.- Occidental

4pm -  One of the premier Celtic harpers & master storytellers
in the world today. In ‘Celtic Harp & Story’, he weaves the marvelous
old Irish tales of wit & enchantment together with ethereally gorgeous
harp melodies into a warm & magical performance full of laughter
& mischief, politics & passion that will leave the audience spellbound.

Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door.  Fine refreshments available.
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Wed, November 20th
thru
Wed, November 20th

Warren Miller Film Tour - Petaluma

7:30pm - This year's 70th Anniversary film, "Warren Miller's
Timeless," features footage of ski legends in stunning locales.

Mystic Theatre
23 Petaluma Blvd., N.
http://www.Warrenmiller.com


Thu, November 21st
thru
Thu, November 21st

SSU M.A. Organization Development Info Session

Make your living marking a difference! Learn the leadership skills needed for successfully guiding an organization or community through needed change. This two-year M.A. program emphasizes mentoring and hands-on learning through actual consulting projects. Classes meet two nights per week and one Saturday a month.

Location: Sonoma State University, Rachel Carson Hall 10

Website: https://web.sonoma.edu/exed/misc/information-meetings#maod

Phone: 707-664-3545


Thu, November 21st
thru
Thu, November 21st

Estate Planning Workshop - Santa Rosa

3-5pm - Speaker Series.
Zachary Carroll, Esq., Director of Legal Services, Council on Aging.
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 525-0143 x146
http://www.councilonaging.com


Sat, November 23rd

Turkey Run - Santa Rosa

Come out & join us as we take our annual run to Redwood Gospel Mission & F.I.S.H. to drop off Turkeys & a cash donation.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1076714062515762/


Sat, November 23rd
thru
Sat, November 23rd

An Evening with Chevy Chase - San Rafael

7:30pm - Chevy Chase shares stories from his career & answers audience questions LIVE after a screening of "The National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."  A limited number of VIP tickets that include a post-show photo w/ Chevy & the best seats in the house are available.

An original member of Saturday Night Live, Chevy Chase was the
trailblazer who turned SNL success into Hollywood mega-stardom.
Fans can expect the unexpected as Chevy Chase shares a no-holds-barred
trip down memory lane in this exclusive evening with a comedy legend.
Tickets start at: $65/Per Person.

Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium San Rafael
https://tickets.marincenter.org/eventperformances.asp?evt=306


 

Sun, November 24th
thru
Sun, November 24th

6th Annual Giving Thanks Gathering - Penngrove

2pm - Arrive promptly for a guided tour where your children
feed the chickens & learn about farm animals. 
Parents can help their kids plant a plant to nurture at home.
Play, Interact & Guide - Good Manners are muliplied!
205 Orchard Lane, Penngrove
(707) 664-8656
http://www.artfularrangements.org


Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

Open House Marketplace -

15 of the Wineries that make wine on site will be pouring different wines.
Food Trucks & local small buisness owners selling their wares as well.

Tickets: $15/Per Person.

Grand Cru
1200 American Way
(707) 687-0905
http://www.grandcrucustomcrush.com


Sat, November 30th
thru
Fri, December 6th

A Day at the Races

10am-7pm - Fundraiser to benefit: AFSP & LLS.

Cost: $65/Per Person.

Includes: Private Charter Bus Transportation, Admission,
VIP Reserved Seating, Racking Program, Buffet Lunch at the Turf Club.

Itinerary:
10am - Depart Limitas Ave., (near gas station),
10:30am - Depart Petaluma (Casa Grande Blvd.),
11:30am - Arrive Golden Gate Fields,
5:30pm - Depart Gold Gate Fields,
6:30pm - Arrive Petaluma,
7pm - Arrive Santa Rosa.

Golden Gate Fields - Berkeley
(707)  484-5229


Sat, November 30th

Santa


Sat, November 30th

Santa's Riverboat Arrival & Small Biz Saturday

Santa & Mrs Claus arrive by tug-boat & then stay for photos.
SHOPE SMALL BUISNESSES at DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS in PETALUMA
http://www.visitpetaluma.com


Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

Tree Lighting & Tractor Parade - Geyserville

4:30-8pm - Guest announcers, including Supervisor James Gore
& State Senator Mike McGuire will announce at 3 locations:
Geyserville Elementary School, Park & Ride Plaza (near Santa's workshop)
& across from Geyserville Coffee Company at the south end of town.
 
Food options:  Pizza Truck at the Elementary School,
Hot Dogs at the Park & Ride Plaza & near the Odd Fellows Hall, & 
The Wurst at the Fire Station.  Also Hot Chocolate, Popcorn, Glow Sticks
& various other offerings spread throughout the parade area.  
 
Shops & Restaurants will be open with special deals for customers.
Make restaurant reservations early, as they fill up fast!  Diavola, Catelli's,
Wero at Virginia Dare Winery, Rustic at Francis Coppola & Geyserville
Grille at the Geyserville Inn, as well as the restaurants at River Rock
Casino.

 

Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

Tree Lighting Ceremony - Petaluma

5:30-7:30pm - Enjoy live piano with Petaluma Pete & the jolly presence
of Santa Claus all while embracing the magic of the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony!

Theater Square, Petaluma

https://www.facebook.com/events/2367575463533968/


Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

Santa’s Riverboat Arrival

11:30-1:30pm - Families will enjoy live entertainment while waiting
for Santa & Mrs. Claus.  The Christmas couple are welcomed by costumed dancers from the Petaluma School of Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” Then Santa 
& Mrs. Claus make their way across the shopping center parking lot
where they are available for family photos in their special tent.
Be sure to bring your Christmas wish list!

 

Santa would love to spend all afternoon in Petaluma but he wants to
have time to hear from good boys & girls all over the world, so he will
have to be on his way to his next destination at 1:30pm.

 

Don’t’ let the fun stop there! Keep the festive mood flowing by making the short walk to historic downtown Petaluma for Shop Small special offers & activities.
River Plaza Petaluma

https://www.facebook.com/events/517294092387378/


Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

Small Business Saturday - Sonoma County

Shop Small.  Not just for the things you love, but for the businesses
you love, for the community you call home & for the money that can
stay in the community when we all Shop Small.  Stop by Santa's Arrival for a chance to receive a trendy canvas bag supporting local shopping.

http://petalumadowntown.com/small-business-saturday-.html

 

 

 


Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, December 21st

Santa Photos - Montgomery Village

11am-3pm. Dates: Nov., 30, Dec., 1, 7, 8, 14, 15 21.

Village Terrace - Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

2019 Dickens Christmas Market - Lakeport

11am-6pm - Christmas Market,
5:30pm - Tree Lighting,
11am-3pm - Photos with Santa.
Snowman Contest, Food, Gifts & Strolling Minstrels.
http://www.lakeportmainstreet.com


Sun, December 1st
thru
Mon, December 30th

City of Lights Driving Tour - Petaluma

Enjoy a self-guided Tour of dazzling decorated Homes & Businesses.
http://www.visitpetaluma.com


Sun, December 1st

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

3pm - A Very Electric Christmas.

Follow the story of a young bird, named Max & his family, as they begin their journey south for the winter.  When Max gets blown off course & ends up at the North Pole......his adventure begins!
Dancing toy soldiers, caroling worms & performing poinsettias, light up the stage.
Audiences of all ages will treasure this magical & captivating tale of family, friendship & hope set to timeless holiday hits, including Nat King Cole, Mariah Carey & Tchaikovsky. Lightwire.

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


Sun, December 1st
thru
Sun, December 1st

Sonoma County Songwriter Series - Sebastopol

3pm - Dear John Love Renee
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center Annex
425 Morris St Sebastopol

(707) 823-1511

http://www.seb.org


Sun, December 1st
thru
Sun, December 1st

Holiday Stroll - Montgomery Village

Throughout the Villagae.

Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
http://www.mvshops.com


Mon, December 2nd
thru
Tue, December 3rd

International Conference on Green Energy and Recyc

International Conference on Green Energy and Recycling warmly welcomes each one of the individuals and supporters from worldwide to attend during December 02-03, 2019 in Berlin, Germany which will emphasize on the theme ‘Green Energy: Brightening Up the Sustainable World’. This Congress will serve an excellent experience and opportunities to enhance one's career. This conference is focused on all the major fields of Green Energy & recycling. It provides a platform for researchers/scientists to share and globalize their research work while the participants from industry can promote their products thus felicitating dissemination of knowledge. We anticipate participants around the globe with thought provoking keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Website: https://www.europeanmeetings.net/conferences/greenenergy

Phone: +65 3158 1626


Thu, December 5th
thru
Thu, December 5th

Dining Out for Life - Sonoma County

https://www.fftfoodbank.org/dining-out-for-life

 

 

 


Thu, December 5th
thru
Wed, January 1st

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Grove - Windsor

Windsor Town Green
http://www.people4parkswindsor.org


Thu, December 5th
thru
Thu, December 5th

Light Up a Life - Heartland Hospice Tree Lighting

5-6:30pm

Village Terrace - Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
http://www.mvshops.com


Fri, December 6th
thru
Sat, December 7th

Festival of Trees - Petaluma

Bid on magical trees decorated by local Businesses, shop at the Holiday Marketplace
& enjoy other Treats!

Hotel Petaluma
http://www.thefabulouswomen.com


Sat, December 7th
thru
Sat, December 7th

Cotati Shop & Stroll 2019

It’s the 4th annual Cotati Shop and Stroll. Join us on Old Redwood Hwy between West Sierra and Page Streets. There will be carriage rides, Santa, passport prizes. All your favorite Cotati businesses will be there! Plus artisan vendors for your holiday shopping needs. Live music on the main stage on Charles Street. Beer, wine and mimosas offered by Cotati Chamber of Commerce. Food trucks and food booths too! It’s a good time for all. This event benefits Cotati Community Farmers' Market

Location: Old Redwood Hwy between W Sierra & Page Streets

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2414139542194536/

Phone: 4159995635


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