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Community Calendar

 

Fri, August 23rd
thru
Fri, September 13th

PINER HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '79

40 Year Reunion on September 13/14

Any Class member interested in joining us can contact:
(949) 291-0752

Fri, August 23rd
thru
Sat, August 31st

Nature's Magic Takes Wing - Petaluma

A 1- Woman Show - By Artist Julia Pozsgai.
Gallery Hours: 10:30am-4:30pm, Wed-Sat. 1-4:30pm, Sundays.
Petaluma Art Center
230 Lakeville St.,
https://petalumaartscenter.org


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Sat, September 7th

SR High School Class of 1979

EVENT ON SEPTEMBER 7th.
6-11pm - 40 Year Class Reunion.
Tickets: $75.

Legends at Bennett Valley Golf Course
3328 Yulupa Ave. Santa Rosa

Ticket Purchase on Eventbrite

http://www.com/e/40th-santa-rosa-high-school-reunion-1979-tickets-60598379384


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Sat, August 31st

Oliver's Windsor Tavern Event Calendar - August

Oliver’s Market Windsor & the Tavern Off The Green

9230 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor, CA 95492. The phone number is 707/687-2050.

http://www.oliversmarket.com

 

Tavern Live Music Calendar:

Every Friday, 11:30am–2:30pm - Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd

8/24, 4-6pm – Hannah Jern-Miller

8/31, 4-6pm – Tsonoma Duo

 

 


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Sun, August 25th

Sonoma County Cider Week

The cider-centric celebration will showcase the extraordinary quality
& diversity of ciders made here in Sonoma County.
Our goal is to raise awareness & educate consumers of Sonoma
County-made ciders & our county's rich apple heritage.
There is something for everyone!  Join us and discover how amazing
it is here in Apple Country!
https://www.sonomacountyciderweek.com/events


Fri, August 30th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

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


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Thu, September 5th

Edmund Dechant, Artist Exhibit

Drawings, Acrylics, Collage, Sculpture.

finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
http://www.edmunddechantart.com


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Fri, September 13th

Analy High School Band - SF Giants

Sebastopol’s Analy High School Tiger Band will play the National Anthem
on the field at Oracle Park when the San Francisco Giants play the
Florida Marlins on Friday September 13, 2019.

Tickets to the game can be purchased directly from the Analy
Band Wagon (ABW), the non-profit supporting the Analy music program.
Sit in the grandstands with the Band & support their performance.
Tickets: $25/Each.   Available from Janis Snyder, the ABW Music
Program Coordinator, at (707) 824-2337.
THIS IS A 1 DAY ONLY EVENT!  Buy tickets early & spread the
word to Family & Friends!  Support the magic of Analy Tiger Band Music!
coordinator@analybandwagon.org


 


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Sat, August 31st

St. Eugene's CYO - Santa Rosa

Boys & Girls Basketball

Register starting now.

http://www.Steugenescyo.teamsnapsites.com


Wed, August 28th

LGBTQI History & Discussion Group - Sebastopol

GBTQI History & Discussion Group

4 Wednesdays in August; 2:30-4pm - Members: $5; Non-Members, $8

Registration required: (707) 829-2440

Explore community building, political, cultural & social change. We will discuss local LGBT history beginning 1960s to 1990. Part history lesson, part discussion/sharing group. Interesting for all!

Class instructed by Tina Dungan, founding member of Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol

(707) 829-2440 x102

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

 

 
 


 


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Mon, September 23rd

Sonoma County Backpack Project

Our mission: Rrovide Backpacks & School Supplies to Sonoma County
School-age children in under privilege areas.

Sonoma County Backpack Project
5570 Skylane Blvd., Suite C, Santa Rosa
http://www.socobackpackproject.com

 


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Fri, August 30th

Great Boys/Girls Clubs School Supplies Chanllenge

GREAT FUTURES START HERE!

During the month of August, local Businesses, Community Groups
& Individuals have the opportunity to collect SCHOOL SUPPLIES to be used
by our Club Members for Homework & School Projects throughout the year.

http://bgccsc.org/getinvolved/backtoschool/


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Thu, October 10th

H&R Block Income Tax Course

H&R Block Income Tax Classes are a simple, convenient way to learn everything you ever wanted to know about taxes but were too afraid to ask. Our income tax preparation course can help you master your annual return and even lead to a potential job. For questions please call Maya Irving 707-217-8339. Classes start soon.

Location: Santa Rosa, Novato, Hidden Valley and San Rafael

Website: https://www.hrblock.com/corporate/income-tax-course/

Phone: 707-217-8339


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Tue, December 31st

Get Involved, Make a Difference - ReSTYLE

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


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Mon, November 4th

Sonoma County Library Events

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


Fri, August 23rd
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


Fri, August 23rd
thru
Fri, September 27th

Art on Immigration & Dissolving Boundaries

Aug. 1 - Sept. 27 - Hours: Thur-Sat. 11-4pm, Sun. 11-2pm
(SOFA Arts District First Friday Open Studios)
This exhibit couldn’t be more timely, encompassing politics, racism, love, psychology, societal transformation & the future of our nation.
Artwork in many media by Bay Area & Sonoma County artists depicting their personal stories of immigration, stories of how their ancestors came to America & of crossing their personal borders.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa
http://www.santarosaartcenter.org
 

Fri, August 23rd
thru
Sun, August 25th

Flynn Creek Circus presents 'Out of Hat'

Under the Big Top Tent - Sponsored by the Sebastopol Grancge.

No Host Bar available at all showings.  Proceeds benefit Circus
Mentors Inc. 501c3 & Grange Scholarship funds.

Showtimes:

Friday, Aug 23  - 7pm

Saturday, Aug 24 - 3pm

Saturday, Aug 24 - 7pm Adult 21+ only version

Sunday, Aug 25 at 1pm- Family Day Special, 1/2 price children's ticket with
Adult ticket purchase, *online purchase only * promotion ends Aug 23, 2019*

Sunday, Aug 25 at 4pm.

600 Sebastopol Ave., Sebastopol
https://flynncreekcircus.ticketspice.com/out-of-hat-sebastopol

600ynn Creek Circ
us is an all-human spectacle


Sat, August 24th
thru
Sun, August 25th

Santa Rosa Marathon

Run through the heart of California's Wine Country, passing by scenic
vineyards & the full marathon even runs through the DeLoach Vineyards
barrel room!
  The fun continues each day with the Santa Rosa Beer Fest
in Old Courthouse Square, featuring a pancake breakfast for runners,
2 free beers at the finish line & a free tasting glass for the Santa Rosa
Beer Fest for runners 21+, vendor booths, music, wine & more!

Saturday, August 24 for the 5K & 10K & Sunday August 25 for the
half & full marathon.
  Price:  $30 - $280.

http://santarosamarathon.com/


Sat, August 24th
thru
Mon, September 2nd

Studio Discovery Tour - Gualala

Days/Hours: Aug. 24-25, 31-Sept. 2 from 10am-5pm.

A self-guided tour along breathtakingly scenic coastal Hwy 1, from
Point Arena to The Sea Ranch.  Artists will share their unique vision &
demonstrate their processes.  A detailed catalog is available online,
by mail, or at various art galleries in the area.

Discovery Gallery
39140 S Hwy., 1, Gualala
https://studiodiscoverytour.com/
 
 

Sat, August 24th
thru
Thu, August 29th

Fun Runs - Healdsburg Running Co.

Healdsburg Running Co. (HRC)
333 Center Street, Healdsburg

8/24: 8am - Lake Sonoma Run - Finish Swim with HRC Pontoon
Boat Rides & Breakfast.  Meet at trail.
 
8/27:  6pm - Pub Run in Sebastopol from Fern Bar & back with
live music.  Meet at shop.
 
8/29:  6pm - Trail House Santa Rosa & Yoga.  Meet at shop.
 

Sat, August 24th
thru
Sun, August 25th

Bodega Seafood Art & Wine Festival

Sat., 10am-6pm - AND  - Sun., 10am-5pm.

Delicious Food, Fine Arts & Crafts, Wine, Microbrew, Cider Tasting,

3-Stages of Entertainment, Kids' Activiities.
Tickets: $15/Adults - Advance,  $20/Gate, $10/Seniors & Military - Advance,  $15/Gate, $8/Kids 12-18 - Advance, $10/Gate, Free/Kids under 12.
Watts Ranch
16855 Bodega Hwy.,  Bodega

http://www.bodegafoodfestival.com


Sat, August 24th
thru
Sat, September 7th

Adult Theater Classes - Santa Rosa

6th Street Playhouse
52 W. Sixth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185 x122

http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com/school-of-drama/adult-programs/fall-2019-session/


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Summer Music Series

SUNDAYS IN AUGUST -

Music & Food Vendors change every week. Checl our Website to see the lineup.
Beer, Wine, Cocktails & Bites available.

Cornerstone Sunset Gardens & Marketplace.

http://www.cornerstonesonoma.com


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Mythology/Women’s Studies - Occidental

3pm - The Gorgon Medusa: Her Significance for Women of Our Time

Archaeomythologist Joan Marler will trace the ancient roots of the Gorgon Medusa’s multi-layered powers & explore her myths, stories
& iconography in a multi-media presentation that will reveal
her timeless significance for women of our time.  Drummer
Barbara Borden
& friends will begin & conclude this memorable event, which is
a fundraiser for O.C.A. 
Admission $15/Per Person.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental

(707) 874-9293

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4295297


Today
thru
Sun, December 8th

Windsor Farmers Market

10am-1pm  - EVERY SUNDAY - AND - 5-8pm - THURSDAYS, thru - Sept., 5
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


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

History Trails Walk - Petaluma

1-3pm - Walk begins at the FOOT OF THE BALSHAW PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE (NOT at the museum); where Western Ave meets the Petaluma River at the Water Street Bistro location at 2pm.  Please arrive 10 minutes early to check in.
Cost: $20/General, $15/Museum Members
Refreshments served outdoors at conclusion of walk, Museum Garden Court.
This is your chance to meet some of Petalumas most colorful, influential & fascinating characters, including John McNear, Benicia Vallejo, Lyman Byce (inventor of the practical incubator) & other important Petalumans & may include surprise appearances!  Historic sites will be pointed out & each character will delight with their humorous, sad & riveting stories, which took place right here in our historic town!  The walk is moderate in length (1–1.5 hours), the pace leisurely. Remember walking shoes, hats, water & sunscreen to be comfortable.
(707) 778-4398

https://historicdowntowntour2019.brownpapertickets.com/

 


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Steve Miller Band - Napa

6pm - Rock band known for hits including "The Joker," plus
Marty Stuart & the Fabulous Superlatives.  Tickets: $59.50-$250.
Oxbow RiverStage, Napa.
http://www.oxbowriverstage.com/the-steve-miller-band


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Yoga for Inner Strength, Vitality & Digestion

8:30-9am - Registration & quiet, meditative walk into the Labyrinth,

9-10:30am - Yoga on the Green – Yoga for Inner Strength,
Vitality & Digestion followed by Meditation,
10:30-11am - Quiet, meditative walk out of the Labyrinth,
11am-4pm - Visit the Bees N Blooms Farmstand
The Labyrinth will be open for 30 minutes before & after class,
offering exclusive time for participants to take a deeper dive
inward, breathing, meditating, enjoying nature.

Bring your own yoga mat, small blanket or cushion, Options:
2 blocks, a strap for more support.
  Dress in layers.  Cost: $25/Per Person
Bees N Blooms - Lavender Labyrinth, Santa Rosa

(707) 387-4055


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Gospel Choir - Kenwood

10am - Join The Love Choir, under the direction of Jim Corbett, aka

"Mr Music," for a fun filled service filled with rousing Gospel Music.
Everyone in the community is invited & stay afterward for the annual
Parish Picnic.  Enjoy grilled hamburgers, hotdogs &  avariety of sides,
salads, desserts & libations

St. Patrick's
9000 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
(707) 833-4228
http://www.stpatrickskenwood.org


Today

Sunday Cruise - Petaluma

11am-2pm - Last Sunday of each month.
Classic Cars, Food, Classic Oldies/Rock Music, a Free Raffle
& the Presentation of the Sunday Sundae Cup.

4th St., Petaluma
(707) 623-3219
http://www.SundayCruiseIn.com


Today

Poyntlyss Sistars - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Rockin' Show Band.
Village Terrace, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Sunset Music Series - Lake Sonoma, Geyserville

4pm-Sunset - Celebrate the sun setting over the water on Lake Sonoma at the largest & most picturesque park in the County!  Enjoy Music, Local Food, Craft Beer & Local Wine from the scenic Redwood Barn at the Ranch at Lake Sonoma & support a great cause every 2nd & 4th Sundays all summer.
Free entry.  All ages welcome.

The Ranch at Lake Sonoma
100 Marina Rd., Lot A (Turn right at the Overlook),  Geyserville

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sunset-music-series-tickets-62027899116?aff=ebdssbdestsearch


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Bear Republic 2nd Anniversary - Rohnert Park

5-9pm -  Join Bear Republic Brewing at the Rohnert Park location
for their 2nd Year Anniversary.  They are having a Luau!!  Come on out
& enjoy an Aloha welcome cocktail hour.
  Chow down at the Roasted
Pig Luau Buffet Dinner while you watch an authentic Hawaiian
Ceremony & Luau performance.

Tickets:  Available at Bear Republic in Healdsburg or Rohnert Park  AND:
http://www.BearRepublic.com


Today

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


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.

Maria, a Mexican-born artist & immigration activist who was raised in Santa Rosa, California & now, based in NY, is receiving national recognition!
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa

(707) 579-1500
http://museumsc.org/tierra-de-rosas/
 

Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

Balletto Vineyards Adoption Day

11am-1pm - Celebrate National Dog Day with Green Dog at Balletto Vineyards.
We will be bringing a few of our adoptable dogs for this event that includes a
Vineyard Walk & Wine Tasting.
5700 Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 568-2455

 


Today
thru
Sun, August 25th

SF MIME TROUPE - Cotati

1:30/Music, 2pm/Show.

La Plaza Park (Downtown), Cotati
http://www.sfmt.org

 


Mon, August 26th
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, August 26th
thru
Mon, November 18th

PEANUTS GOES TO CAMP - Santa Rosa

The exhibition invites visitors to 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, August 26th
thru
Mon, August 26th

Ice on Fire - Sonoma

6pm/Reception, 7pm/Screening.

Sonoma Ecology Center presents Leonardo DiCaprio documentary addressing climate change.
Tickets: $20/Per Person.
Sebastiani Theatre, Sonoma
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4311308.


Mon, August 26th
thru
Mon, August 26th

Map Your Neighborhood Community Meeting

Free, open to the community.  Please RSVP to Skip Jirrels,
Sebastopol Public Safety Outreach Coordinator: sjirrels@gmail.com. 

During the wildfires in October 2017, it was neighbors helping neighbors that made a huge difference in saving lives!  Learn about the the Map Your Neighborhood Program (MYN) & how it may benefit your neighborhood during an emergency.
ebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol

(707) 829-2440 x102

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Mon, August 26th
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


Tue, August 27th
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


Wed, August 28th
thru
Wed, August 28th

Positive Parenting for All Ages

6-8pm - 4 Sessions, Wednesdays, August 7-28
A Triple P Group class, based on Positive Parenting Program.
Triple P is a parenting program, but it doesn’t tell you how to be
a parent.  It’s more like a toolbox of ideas.  You choose the strategies
you need.  You choose the way you want to use them.  It’s all about
making Triple P work for you.  Triple P is now used in 33 countries.

3642 Standish Ave, Santa Rosa


Wed, August 28th

Beats & Bottles - Geyserville

6:30-9:30pm - Live Music.  $5/Drink Specials.

Enjoy outdoor dining.

Pool Cafe - Francis Ford Coppola Winery
300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville
https://www.francisfordcoppolawinery.com


Wed, August 28th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS - Taking place on the hillside Amphitheater providing expansive views of the vineyards & the Russian River Valley.  Featuring Festive Music, Estate & Rockpile Wines by the Glass or Bottle & Gourmet Food Trucks.  Sip artisan wines while savoring the beautiful sunset.
Tickets: $10/Advance, $15/Door
Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://www.prwinery.com
 


Wed, August 28th

Peacetown Summer Concert Series - Sebastopol

5-6pm - Belly Dancers

6:30-8pm - Poor Man's Whiskey.
Ives Park
7400 Willow St., Sebastopol
http://www.peacetown.org


Wed, August 28th
thru
Wed, August 28th

CA HWY Patrol's 90th Birthday Party - Rohnert Park

11:30am-2pm - Please join us as we CELEBRATE!
Cost: $20/Per Person - Chicken BBQ Lunch.
K9, Horse, Helicopter, Motorcycle Demos & Kids Activities

to honor our heritage, retired CHP Free with RSVP.

Sally Tonmatoes
1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 588-1400

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/90th-birthday-california-highway-patrol-tickets-64983942722


Wed, August 28th
thru
Wed, August 28th

Farmers Market - Theatre District, Petaluma

4:30-8pm - WEDNESDAYS
2nd Street - Between D St., & B St.,
http://www.CommunityFarmersMarkets.com


Wed, August 28th

Community Farmers Market - Santa Rosa

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


Wed, August 28th

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


Wed, August 28th

Wednesday Night Market - Santa Rosa

5-8:30pm - Live Music on Stage.
Fresh Fruit & Vegetables, Flowers, Lots of Food Trucks, Vendor Booths, Arts & Crafts, Activities, Beer & Wine Garden & so much more!  Something for the whold family!
4th Street & Old Courthouse Square
https://www.wednesdaynightmarket.org


Thu, August 29th

Un Amour Band, Reggae, Rock - Guerneville

7-8:30pm - Rockin the River Free Community Concerts.  Family-friendly, Dancing-in-the-Street Party.

The Russian River Farmers Market operates on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday,
May-Sept., from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Road & Armstrong Woods Road
(707) 869-9403
http://www.rockintheriver.org


Thu, August 29th
thru
Thu, August 29th

Managing Family Anger

6:30-8:30pm - The last of 3 sessions.
This class explores the causes of anger in family relationships &
offers positive strategies for managing angry feelings. T he curriculum demonstrates how to improve family communication & engender
greater trust & cooperation among parents & children.  Parents will learn
how to manage their own anger & how to model effective anger management strategies for children of all ages.

3642 Standish Ave., Santa Rosa


Thu, August 29th
thru
Thu, August 29th

Party in Paradise - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - Enjoy Food & Live Entertainment.
Tickets: $20/Per Person.

LOVE Court at Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
https://prwinery.com


Thu, August 29th

Happy Hour Thursdays - Trentadue Winery

5-7pm - The Poyntlyss Sistars - Rockin' Show Band Dance Hits.
Each week will feature a different Live Band, Food Truck & exclusive wine sales

Open to the public & free to attend.  Bring a blanket & support our local food vendor!
No outside alcoholic beverages allowed.

Trentadue Winery
19170 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

(707) 433-3104


Thu, August 29th
thru
Thu, August 29th

Farmers Market - Cotati

4:30-7:30pm - THURSDAYS
La Plaza Park
http://www.CommunityFarmersMarkets.com


Thu, August 29th
thru
Thu, August 29th

Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia

Presented by the Alzheimer's Association

Free & open to the public, please RSVP to the Alzheimer's Association: 800-272-3900.

Alzheimer's is not a normal part of aging.  It's a disease of the brain that causes problems
with memory, thinking & behavior.  Learn about the impact of the disease, the various stages
&resources for your family. 

Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol

(707) 829-2440 x102

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Thu, August 29th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts - Windsor

The Dylan Black Project - Funk R&B
6-8pm - Concerts
5-8pm - Farmers Market
(Lawn Games for kids of all ages).  
No Parking  at Bell Village (Olivers) Parking Lot.
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Fri, August 30th
thru
Sun, September 1st

The Big Bounce America's 2019 Tour- Santa Rosa

Featuring the world’s largest bounce house, The Big Bounce America Tour
is the largest touring inflatable event in the entire world and will be
taking place at Santa Rosa’s Sonoma County Fairgrounds. The Big Bounce
America Tour features 3 massive inflatable attractions: the world’s LARGEST
BOUNCE House, an incredible 900+ foot long obstacle course & a unique,
space-themed wonderland, bringing family-friendly entertainment
to all new heights!

https://thebigbounceamerica.com/family/


Fri, August 30th
thru
Fri, September 13th

Single & Parenting - Santa Rosa

6:30-8:30pm - 3 Sessions, Fridays, Aug. 30 - Sept. 13.
Learn strategies for managing the dhcallenges of single parenting.

3642 Standish Ave, Santa Rosa


Fri, August 30th

Funky Fridays - Santa Rosa

5:30pm/Gates Open, 7pm/Showtime - Funky Dozen
Admission:  $10/Adults, Free/KIds under 18.
Outdoor Venue Held at The Historic Hood Mansion
North Pythian Rd. off Hwy 12, Santa Rosa
http;//www.funkyfridays.info


Fri, August 30th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Backtrax & Food Truck Friday.

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, August 30th
thru
Fri, August 30th

Rohnert Park Farmers Market

5-10pm - - Featured Band - Poyntlyss Sistars: Female Led 50's-90's Dance Music
Join us for an extended evening of Live Music, Food & Family Games, Farm Fresh Food,

Crafters, Food Trucks & more!

City Center Plaza
500 City Center Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3456
https://www.rpcity.org/cms/one.aspx?pageId=3360975


Fri, August 30th

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6:30-10pm -  TBA - Blues Rock.
Downtown Cloverdale
http://www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org/events/2019/6/28/friday-night-live-presents-cris-jacobs


Fri, August 30th
thru
Fri, August 30th

RR Valley Winegrowers Paulee Dinner

5:30-8:30pm - Multi-course Feasts, a trradition that originated in Burgundy,
France, features more than 30 premier wineries pouring wold-class
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Zinfinadel & Sauvignon Blanc.

Tickets: $200-$225.

DeLoach Vineryards
179 Olivet Rd.,
http://www.russianrivervalley.org/events/paulee-dinner


Fri, August 30th
thru
Fri, August 30th

Raise the Woof Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

6pm/Doors Open, 7-8:30pm/Show - A stand up comedy event like no other.
You will leave in stitches, your cheeks hurting from smiling so much,
AND with the satisfaction of benefiting the lives of animals in need.

Silent Auction will be conducted prior to the show, with a few fun
surprises will enhance the evenings events.

Included in the evening will be 2 Comedy Acts, Dinner, 1 Drink Ticket
(additional drinks can be purchased from the wine/beer bar) & dessert.

The Comedians: Steve Mazan, James Uloth, Lamont Ferguson,
Gabriel Rutldege & Lars Callieou.

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa

 


Fri, August 30th

Friday Nights at the Museum - Santa Rosa

6–9pm - Peace, Love & Woodstock
Bust out your tie-dye & celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival with Live Music from the era performed by New Skye.  Enjoy wine from Cartograph Winery, including the Starscape Vineyard Gewürztraminer, Russian River Valley Pinot Noir & the 2016 Cartograph Estate Pinot Noir & Beer from HenHouse Brewing Company paired with summer salads from Franchettis.
Plus, browse the exhibition to learn all about Snoopys loyal sidekick, Woodstock, named for the generation-defining music event.

Tickets: $30/General, $24/Members).
Advance tickets are encouraged.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 284-1297
http://www.schulzmuseum.org/friday-nights


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Petty Theft - Rio Nido

6pm/Doors Open.  $22/Cover Charge.

They have been touring the western United States performing
Tom Petty’s songs true to the originals & in the spirit of the
Heartbreaker’s live shows.
Rio Nido Roadhouse
(707) 869.0821
14540 Canyon 2 Rd., Rio Nido
https://www.rionidoroadhouse.com/calendar


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Art & Garden Festival - Healdsburg

9am-3pm - Garden Tours, Art, Artisan Vendors, Food & Wine,
Silent Auction, Live Music, Face Painting, Balloon Magic &
small Petting Zoo.

Benefits Walk to End Alzheimer's.

 

 

 

 

The family-friendly event is free and takes place at the Healdsburg Senior Living community at 725 Grove St., Healdsburg.

Event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Repair Party - Santa Rosa

Drop in, First come, first serve.
Bring your Bikes, Electronic Devices, Clothes & small Appliances to be repaired.

No guarantee we can fix your item.
Help the event run smoothly by filling out a Repair Party Request Form:
http://www.tiny.cc/repairparty

or call (707) 546-2265

Northwest Regional Library
150 Coddingtown Center
 


Sat, August 31st

Nathan Owens Detroit Legends - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm.
911 Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Walk to Honor Loss & Resilience - Sugarloaf

10am - This event is for anyone who still feels they are suffering negative affects
from the fires or floods.  This 1-mile walk is a gentle "forest-bathing" exerciese
designed to help those recovering from the traumatic impact of natural disasters.

Event is free

http://www.sugarloafpark.org


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sun, October 20th

"The Grat Outdoor" Exhibit - Healdsburg

Visions & impression of our world over, under, beyond & through.
Opens: August 31st, 5-7pm & remain on display at HCA until Oct. 20th.
A national call for artists brought entrants from across the US as well as CA.
Features works of fabric, glass, photography, collage, printmaking,
watercolor & acrylic & oil paintings.  Some works are realistic, others
impressionistic or imaginary.  Subjects range from underground to the
heavens, urban to rural, tropical to desert, mountains to prairies.
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


Sat, August 31st

Taste of Sonoma - Rohnert Park

Presented by Visa Signature®, showcases Sonoma County’s most renowned Wineries & Chefs & offers Wine & Culinary enthusiasts access to taste & experience Sonoma County.
The 1-day immersive lineup at the picturesque Green Music Center at Sonoma State University will include a walk-around wine grand tasting area, a chefs pavilion, guided wine seminars, and themed lounges.  Visa Signature & Visa Infinite® cardholders receive preferred pricing & access to exclusive perks at the event, including early entry at 11am.  Taste of Sonoma Voted one of the top wine festivals in the nation in a USA Today Reader’s Choice Poll, this event is sure to satisfy any and all wine and food enthusiasts.  Tickets: $150 - $255 Per Person.

http://www.tasteofsonoma.com


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Public Memorial Service for Jason Franci

4pm - Celebrate the Life of longtime MONTGOMERY HIGH FOOTBALL COACH, Jason Franci, who passed on Oct. 29th at the age of 75. 
The Vikings Stadium was named after him.
Retired in 2012 as the winningest coach int he Redwood Empire
with 232 wins, 3 North Coast Section Championships (1996, 2000 & 2004)
in 33 Seasons.  A BBQ & Reception will follow.

Montgomery's Football Field
1250 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

How to Make Olives Edible - Sebastopol

10am - Led by the Olive guru, Don Landis.

Workshop includes the Noble Fruits history & debittering
methods & will be followed by an olive inspired lunch.

Tickets: $95/Per Person.

To reserve, email:

http://www.olivedon@hotmail.com

Olive Oasis

7820 Apple Blossom Lane


Sat, August 31st

Ranger Program - Healdsburg

6-7pm - An interactive program in a beautfiul redwood setting

Parking: $7, Free/Parks Member.
Riverfront Regional Park
7821 Eastside Rd.,
(707) 433-1625

http://www.SonomaCountyParks.org


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Loud & Clearn Music Adoption Day

1-4pm - Join Green Dog for one of favorite fundaiser & adoption days,
“Restring Your Thing!"  Bring a 6-string electric or acoustic guitar to
Loud & Clear Music & they will restring it for you with a new set of D’addario
strings for FREE with your donation of $10 to benefit our rescue dogs.
Our volunteers will be onsite with adoptable dogs, so you can restring
your thing AND meet your dog soulmate.

7886 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati
(707) 665-5650


Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, November 23rd

Willowside Fall Plant Sale - Santa Rosa

9am-2pm - Saturdays - Aug. 31, Sept., 21, Oct. 12, 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
 
 

Sat, August 31st
thru
Sat, August 31st

Repair Party

Ruilding resilient communities & ecosystems. Each month, we explore a different theme on the topic of sustainability: August's theme is REUSE & REPAIR REPAIR PARTY August 31, 2019: 2-5pm Bring in your bikes, cell phones and laptops to be repaired, your clothes & jewelry to be mended, and small appliances to be fixed! Drop in. First come, first served. "Right to Repair" Resources: READINGS It's Your iPhone. Why Can't You Fix it Yourself? New York Times. 4/6/2019 ORGANIZATIONS Chimera Arts Repair Cafe in Sebastopol. Every 3rd Saturday. The Repair Association: https://repair.org/association Culture of Repair: https://www.cultureofrepair.org/ Ifixit: the free repair guide for everything, written by everyone. Repair Cafe. Find or host your own: repaircafe.org Santa Rosa Tool Library: http://www.borrowtools.org/

Location: Northwest Regional Library

Website: https://sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/5321696

Phone: 7075462265


Sun, September 1st
thru
Sun, September 1st

Pride & joy - Soul Music - Rio Nido

6pm/Doors Open.  $20/Cover Charge.
The Bay Area's favorite party band, with hits & sounds like Motown,
Stax/ Volt, Aretha, EWF, Prince, James Brown, Sly & Family Stone,
Michael Jackson & more!
?Rio Nido Roadhouse
14540 Canyon 2 Rd.,
(707) 869-0821
https://www.rionidoroadhouse.com/calendar

 

Sun, September 1st
thru
Sun, September 1st

Summer Sundays

ISoak up the rays with Caribbean style music, performed by Sebastian St. James, & Food for purchase provided by Epicurean Escape; they willl be serving Hawaiian BBQ. Grab a friend & bring your family & enjoy Lawn Games & fun for all. Free - Reservations Required.

Location: Notre Vue Estate

Website: https://www.notrevueestate.com/

Phone: 707-433-4050


Sun, September 1st
thru
Sun, September 1st

High Tide's - Tribute to the Beach Boys

12/Noon-3pm.
911 Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sun, September 1st
thru
Sun, September 1st

Sonoma County Songwriter Series - Sebastopol

3pm

 

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


Sun, September 1st
thru
Sun, September 22nd

Peter Welker Sextet , featuring Deborah Winters

4 Sundays in September ( Sept. 1st , 8th , 15th & 22nd)

 

The Restaurant is Family run & features, savory, classic Peruvian dishes freshly prepared , sensational desserts & a full service bar that has incredible cocktails that are one of a kind creations as well as classic wines, beers & liquors for your enjoyment.  Pair this with world-class music, warm & friendly service & a wonderful view of the river from their lovely patio & you have  2 perfect
hours on Sunday.

AYAWASKA is a gourmet Peruvian Restaurant

101 2nd St #190, Petaluma

(707) 559-3519

https://www.ayawaskasf.com

 


 


Mon, September 2nd
thru
Mon, September 2nd

CAL Alumni Club Labor Day Picnic - Oakmont

11am-2:30pm -  Family, Guests, Neighbors & Friends of CAL are invited>

Cost: $25/Per Person. $5/Kids 5 & under, $30/Door.
BBQ catered by The Oakmont Market includes  Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Garedn Burgers,

plus all the trimmings, salads, ice cream cups for dessert.
Music with a live DJ & a raffle to raise funds for  scholarships.
Trione Polo Field
550 White Oak Dr.
(707) 539-9649


Wed, September 4th

Peacetown Summer Concert Series - Sebastopol

5-6pm - Mystery Band,

6:30-8pm - Bonus Week.
Ives Park
7400 Willow St., Sebastopol
http://www.peacetown.org


Wed, September 4th
thru
Wed, September 4th

SC College & Career Ready Fair

6:30-8:30pm.  Admission & Parking are free.

Over 60 Educational & Vocational Institutions will be in attendance.

Windsor High School large & small gyms
8695 Windsor Rd., Windsor
(707) 837-7767


Thu, September 5th
thru
Thu, September 5th

Santa Rosa Wildfired Documentary

The City of Santa Rosa will host 3 public screenings of Last October,

 

a new 50-minute documentary film that captures experiences during
& following the Sonoma Complex Fires from the perspective of
several current & former City employees & Officials who served as first responders, disaster service workers & community leaders.
Two of three screenings will take place in conjunction with temporary
art exhibits that reflect on the 2017 disaster.  The public film screenings
are free.

 

September 5, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Finley Recreation Complex
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa

Screening of the film will take place in conjunction with a
special art reception that kicks off opening of a new
temporary exhibit — Sonoma County Residents Reflect
on the 2017 Northern CA Wildfires
— featuring the art works
of nearly 100 Sonoma County Artists of all ages & experience
levels.  The exhibit will be on display through Oct., 10, 2019.

5-7:30pm - Public art exhibit reception in the Person Senior Wing

6:30pm Film screening in the adjacent Person Auditorium

 


Thu, September 5th

7th Annual Be Great Golf Challenge - Windsor

11am - JOIN US FOR FUN ON THE GREEN AS WE RAISE MONEY
FOR CLUB MEMBERS IN WINDSOR!
Windsor Golf Club
1340 19th Hole Dr.,
http://bgccsc.org/events/golf


Thu, September 5th

Kenny Metcalf as Elton John - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Concerts under the Stars!
911 Village Ct.,
http://www.mvshops.com


Thu, September 5th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts - Windsor

Beatles Flashback - Beatles Tribute
6-8pm - Concerts
5-8pm - Farmers Market
(Lawn Games for kids of all ages).  
No Parking  at Bell Village (Olivers) Parking Lot.
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Thu, September 5th
thru
Thu, September 5th

Monthly TED Talks -

2-3:30pm - Join us for our monthly TED talk & discussion led by Dr.

Jon Jackson.  Free/Members, $5/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol,

(707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

 
 

Fri, September 6th
thru
Fri, October 4th

Meet Local ARTISTS - Santa Rosa

The ART TRAILS PREVIEW SHOW:
Friday, Sept., 6th, 5-7pm

Friday, Oct., 4th, 5-7pm.

The Gallery at
CORRICK'S
637 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-2424
 


Fri, September 6th
thru
Fri, September 6th

Drive-in Movie "A Good Year"

Grab your friends, jump in the car & get ready to watch a good movie under the stars.
Fun Flicks will be showing "A Good Year" & serving up fresh popcorn.
Notre Vue will have wines available by the glass or bottle; non-alcoholic beverages will be provided to all designated drivers.
Cost: $60 per car General Admission, $50 per car Wine Club Members (code required)

Location: Notre Vue Estate

Website: https://www.notrevueestate.com/

Phone: 7074334050


Fri, September 6th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Rock & Roll Rhythm Revue.

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, September 6th

26th Annual Cloverdale Motorcycle & Car Crusie

6l30pm - Cruise & Live Music in the Plaza.
S. Cloverdale Blvd.,
http://www.cloverdalecarshow.com


Fri, September 6th
thru
Fri, September 6th

The Dream Farmers

8pm -  Headed by songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Randall Sequeira,
this versatile band features mostly original & highly danceable roots,
blues, soul, jazz, funk & world music with thoughtful lyrics & a
positive attitude.  Amanda Kirkland delivers the vocals.
Tickets: $15/Door.  Fine refreshments include wine & beer.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental

(707) 874-9392

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Fri, September 6th
thru
Sat, September 28th

The Haunting of Hill House -

Presented by CURTAIN CALL THEATRE ?

Adapted for the stage by F. Andrew Leslie From the novel by
Shirley Jackson.  Oh, how I love the "things that go that go bump in the night".
Friday & Saturday 8pm:Sept. 6 & 7, 13 & 14, 19 & 20, 27 & 28

(Doors open at 7:30)
Sunday 2pm: September 8, 15 & 21

***Champagne Buffet Gala: Saturday Sept. 28th 
$20/All performances, Seniors & Students with ID.

Reservations:  (707) 524-8739
http://www.russianriverhall.com


Sat, September 7th

Beach Boys - Rodney Strong Summer Music Series

4pm/Doors Open, 5pm/Show.

In 2016, The Beach Boys celebrated the 50th anniversary of the hit "Good Vibrations," which is widely considered one of the greatest masterpieces in the history of rock & roll.  The Beach Boys continue to have fun, fun, fun performing, with no end in sight.
Rodney Strong Vineyards
11455 Old Redwood Hwy, Healdsburg
http://rodneystrongconcertseries.com/tickets


Sat, September 7th
thru
Sun, September 8th

13th Annual Greek & Middle Eastern Festival

Eat, Drink & Dance - Greek & Middle Eastern Music, Violinist, Keyboard,
Oud Player/Singer, Delicious Food, Tasty Pastries, International
Market Place, Hooka Lounge, Henna Tattoo, Kids Corner &
Games Truck.  Free admission.

Parking:  Available across the street. *Signs will indicate Festival Parking*
7311 College View Dr.
, Rohnert Park

https://stgeorgefestival.wixsite.com/sgoc


Sat, September 7th

West Coast Diesels Annual Tractor Pulls

1pm/Gates Open, 5pm/Tractor Pulls begin.
Tickets: $20/Door.

The Chris Beck Arena
Santa Rosa Fairgrounds

844-DIESEL2

http://www.westcoastdiesels.com


Sat, September 7th

The Sunshine Experience/Bee Gees Gold

12/Noon-3pm.
911 Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, September 7th
thru
Sat, September 7th

2nd Annual Charity Cornhole Tournament

8am/Check-in, 9am/Tournament Begins.
Entry Fee: $125/Per Person.

All proceeds Benefit anti-bullying efforts in Sonoma County Schools.

Prizes, Pizza, Draft Beer, Mimosa Bar, Music, Costume Contest,
Silent Auction & T-Shirts.

1st Place: Gold Chain Championship Trophy Necklaces
2nd Place: Set of Cornhole Boards,
Throw a 4-Bagger & wine a prize!
3628 Airway Dr., Santa Rosa

https://www.facebook.com/events/corday-lighting/corday-lighting-2nd-annual-charity-cornhole-tournament/1438059679652153/

 


Sat, September 7th

All American Car Show

Location: Veteran’s Memorial Building, 126 First Street West, Sonoma


Sun, September 8th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Daily Acts Matter! A Benefit for Climate Action

1-7pm.

SOMO Village Event Center, Rohnert Park
http://www.dailyacts.org


Sun, September 8th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Sonoma Ready Day - Emergency Preparedness Fair

10am-3pm - Emergency Resources, Demonstrations, Short Lectures, Emergency Vehicle Displays
& Tools to educate and empower community members to withstand & recover from
Emergencies.  Focusing on disaster preparedness as well as Health & Wellness best practices. Resource tables & lectures will be hosted by 1st Responders, Community Leaders,
Health Professionals & Local & State Agencies.   Free Admission & Parking.
Food Trucks will be on-site for purchases as well as fun Activities for Kids.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Saralee & Richard's Barn
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
http://www.SonomaReadyDay.org

Website: www.SonomaReadyDay.org

Phone: 707-524-6419


Sun, September 8th

Jay Leno - Rodnery Strong Summer Series

5pm/Show.
Acclaimed TV late night show host, admired stand-up comedian, best-selling childrens book author, much-in-demand corporate speaker, lovable TV & movie voice-over artist, pioneering car builder & mechanic & philanthropist . . . Its no wonder that Jay Leno is widely characterized as “the hardest working man in show business."
Rodney Strong Vineyards
11455 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg
(707) 431-1533
https://www.rodneystrong.com/events/summer-concert-series


Sun, September 8th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Cars & Coffee - Sonoma

9am-12/Noon.
19632 8th St. E., Sonoma

 


Sun, September 8th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Cars & Coffee - Rohnert Park

8-10am
459 Rohnert Park Expressway., Rohnert Park


Sun, September 8th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Cars & Coffee - Santa Rosa

7-10am.
733 Coddingtown, Santa Rosa


Sun, September 8th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Paul McCandless-Christian Foley-Beining

4pm - This stellar jazz quartet includes Tom Shader on bass & Tom Hayashi
on drums playing original compositions by Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist Paul McCandless (Paul Winter Consort, Oregon) & jazz guitarist Foley-Beining.  Tickets: $18/Advance, $22/Door.
Cabaret seating with fine refreshments including wine & beer.
Wheelchair Accessible. Art Gallery open for viewing.

Occidental Center for the Arts

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


Sun, September 8th

26th Annual Cloverdale Motorcycle & Car Crusie

9am- Over 250 Classic Cars & Motorcycles will line the Boulevard.
The Bear Republic Pit Stop Beer & Souvenenir Booth,

Food Booths & Vendors of all types.

750 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale
http://www.cloverdalecarshow.com


Sun, September 8th

17th Annual Fairfax Car Show

10am-3pm - Award Dash Plaques, Goody Bags, T-Shirts for participants.
Live DJ, Small Car Show with the BIG Rqaffle.
All proceeds benefit Fairfax/San Anselmo Children's Youth Groups.
Downtown Fairfax
(415) 479-6956
http://www.fairfaxcarshow@gmail.com


Sun, September 8th

Cruisin' 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, September 9th

AN EVENING WITH THE BRANFORD MARSALIS QUARTET

6:30pm/Pre-Concert Lecture, 7:30pm/Show.  Tickets: Starting at $35

From his initial recognition as a young jazz lion, Branford Marsalis has expanded his vision, crossing stylistic boundaries while maintaining an unwavering creative integrity.

Their latest, "The Secret Between the Shadow & the Soul," features a range of moods from the tender to the explosive that has defined the group since its inception.  With a focus on melodic strength & extrasensory interaction, the album confirms that the Branford Marsalis Quartet remains a paragon of uncompromising jazz excellence.
(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Tue, September 10th
thru
Thu, September 12th

The National Heirloom Expo - Santa Rosa

Immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of colors, aromas & flavors.
Our exhibitors will span from backyard gardeners to seasoned organic commercial
rowers, as well as forgotten craftsmen, not-for-profit organizations & leaders in the
Green Tech industry.  Come learn about amazing worthwhile community projects
& just catch up on whats been changing in the pure food movement.

Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds

1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa
https://theheirloomexpo.com/showinfo/


Tue, September 10th
thru
Thu, October 17th

The Pointless Sisters Art Quilt - Santa Rosa

"New Works," an Exhibit of innovative fiber arts including
Responses to a group challenge - "Eart, Wind & Fire."

Reception: Thursday, Sept., 12, from 5-7pm.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3737
https://srcity.org/2110/Finley-Community-Center


Tue, September 10th
thru
Tue, September 17th

Water Smart Free Workshops

Learn simple & effective way to transform your lawn into a beautiful
low water-use landscape & convert overhead spray irrigation to an
efficient drip irrigation system.

Option 1:

Part 1 - Tues, Sept. 10, 2-4pm,
Part 2 - Tues, Sept. 17, 2-4pm

Option 2:

Part 1 - Tues. Sept. 10, 6-8pm,
Part 2 - Tues, Sept. 17, 6-8pm.

You must be a City of Santa Rosa Water Customer & attend
BOTH Classes in order to qualify for a rebate.
(707) 543-3985

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED:

http://www.srcity.org/workshps


Tue, September 10th
thru
Tue, September 10th

Fall Prevention Month - Sebastopol

2-3pm - Fall Prevention Talk presented by Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
Learn about fall prevention myths versus facts, learn to address
fall risks, home safety & health concerns, and also learn about
local balance classes.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol

RSVP:  (707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


 

Wed, September 11th

Beats & Bottles - Geyserville

6:30-9:30pm - Live Music.  $5/Drink Specials.

Enjoy outdoor dining.

Pool Cafe - Francis Ford Coppola Winery
300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville
https://www.francisfordcoppolawinery.com


Wed, September 11th
thru
Wed, September 11th

Let’s Talk About Death: Film & Discussion Evening

6pm/Doors Open.
6:30-9:pm - Documentary Film: Living While Dying.

A story of life.  A story of death.  Finding joy in the journey.  Death is a big mystery
& yet the outcome is 100 percent certain.  How do you plan for the unknown?

Filmmaker Cathy Zheutlin tells the stories of 4 friends with terminal illness who chose
to live out their final days at home with creativity humor & courage. 

One might think that it would be depressing or morose . In fact, just the opposite -
it is loving, hopeful and and full of joy. 
Suggested Donation: $5-$15/Door.Come early to get your seat and enjoy home-made savory Foods & Desserts for sale.
Sebastopol Grange Hall
6000 Sebastopol Rd (Hwy 12), Sebastopol
(707) 824-0268
https://finalpassages.org/film-sept/

 

Thu, September 12th
thru
Thu, September 12th

Benefit Concert for Andre’ Russell -

8pm - For over 3 decades, Andre’ Russell has been a key member of Midnight Sun.
The band has generously played many benefit concerts over the years & this time,
it is for one of the founding members of Midnight Sun.

 

On August 12, Andre’ was rear-ended on his motorcycle on Hwy 101 in Santa Rosa.
His motorcycle was got stuck under the front of the other vehicle & was pushed 270 ft
in a straight line as he held on to the handlebars.  He never dropped his Harley
Davidson!  When the SUV that hit him finally stopped, the driver ran on foot from the
accident scene.  The passenger got out of the car & was immediately killed by another
driver who tried to swerve out of the way of the initial crash site.  The law enforcement
helicopter was dispatched & the driver of the SUV was arrested for 2 felonies:
1) Hit & Run & 2) DUI.

 

It took a lot of convincing for Andre’ to let his friends have this benefit concert for him.
He is humble & does not want the spotlight on him because of this tragedy;
however, the reality is that Andre’ needs some financial help because he is
self-employed & does not have paid sick & vacation time.

 

Join us as we raise funds for Andre’…as the song goes, “I get by with a little help from my friends!” Enjoy music by Midnight Sun, Common Knowledge & DJ Loisaida.

Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy. Cotati.

Tickets: $15/Per Person & are available
http://www.eventbrite.com
And in person at the venue.  Andre’ insisted that some of the proceeds be donated
to non-profit Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County so, that we can create
a project that helps victims of drunk drivers.


Thu, September 12th

Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings - Guerneville

7-8:30pm - Rockin the River Free Community Concerts.  Family-friendly, Dancing-in-the-Street Party.

The Russian River Farmers Market operates on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday, May-Sept., from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Road & Armstrong Woods Road
(707) 869-9403
http://www.rockintheriver.org


Thu, September 12th
thru
Thu, September 12th

AL SCARDINO -

Tickets: $20 Available on Eventbrite

Location: Petaluma Valley Hospital - Groverman Hall

Phone: 707-321-6145


Thu, September 12th
thru
Thu, September 12th

Santa Rosa Wildfire Documentary

The City of Santa Rosa will host 3 public screenings of Last October,

a new 50-minute documentary film that captures experiences during
& following the Sonoma Complex Fires from the perspective of
several current & former City employees & Officials who served as first responders, disaster service workers & community leaders.
Two of three screenings will take place in conjunction with temporary
art exhibits that reflect on the 2017 disaster.  The public film screenings
are free.

 

 

September 12, 2019 at 6pm.

Third Street Cinemas, 620 Third St,, Santa Rosa

Presented in partnership with Santa Rosa Cinemas


Thu, September 12th

2019 Beleive in the Dream Gala - Santa Rosa

6-9pm - Dinner, Live Performances, Auction & Guest Speakers.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 532-5463

Fri, September 13th
thru
Fri, September 13th

2019 Landmark Lobster Feed

Join Landmark Vineyards for their 4th Annual Lobster Feed!  Wine tasting will begin at 6pm & once all the bibs are tied, steaming pots full of lobsters, succulent prawns, hot links, artichokes, new potatoes, onions & corn will overflow the table.  It's all topped off with fresh sourdough baguettes, & drawn butter alongside Landmark's Single Vineyard Chardonnays. Limit 4 tickets per Member.

Location: Landmark Vineyards

Website: https://cellarpass.com/2019-landmark-lobster-feed-tickets-4520?w=1

Phone: 707-833-0053


Fri, September 13th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Poyntlyss Sistars

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, September 13th
thru
Fri, September 13th

Full Moon Yoga Flow - Santa Rosa

6-6:30pm - Registration & quiet, meditative walk into the Labyrinth,
6:30-8pm - Yoga on the Green – Full Moon Yoga Flow & Meditation
,8-8:30pm - Quiet, meditative walk out of the Labyrinth.

We will practice a Basics/Level 1 Yoga flow, perfect for beginners as

 

well as more seasoned students.
The Labyrinth will be open for 30 minutes before & after class, offering exclusive time for participants to take a deeper dive inward, breathing, meditating, enjoying nature & this wonderful lavender creation.

**Bring your own yoga mat, small blanket or cushion,
Options: 2 blocks, a strap for more support.
  Dress in layers.
Admission: $25/Per Person

Bees N Blooms - Lavender Labyrinth, Santa Rosa
(707) 387-4055


Fri, September 13th
thru
Fri, September 13th

Author Talk - Michael Krasny & Jackie Speier

6:45pm/Doors Open,  7:30pm/Event.

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

 

Fri, September 13th
thru
Fri, September 13th

Fall Prevention Month - Sebastopol

2-4pm - Fall Risk Screening + Assessment

First come, first served; max 20 participants.
Determine if you are at risk of falling by completing series of tests
& learn what you can do to lower your risk of falls.
Facilitated by team of medical professionals.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol
RSVP:  (707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

 


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sun, September 15th

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival

http://www.mvfaf.org


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sat, September 14th

Dinner Dance Fundraiser & Social Event

HELP SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL VETERANS
4pm/Doors Open, 5-7pm/Dinner, 7-10pm/Dancing.
Donation: $45/Per Person, $80/Per Couple.

Proceeds benefit & support the chapter's Veterans Programs.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 291-5314
 


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sat, September 14th

New England Clam Bake - Santa Rosa

6pm - Clams, Lobster Tails, Shrimp, Sausages, Corn & Potatoes, Salads & Desserts.
Live Music, Entertainment, Craft Beers, Wine & Bubbles.

Tickets: $150/Per Person.   Proceeds benefit Council on Aging.

Under the Test at Council on Aging.
30 Kawana Springs Rd.,  Santa Rosa

(707) 525-0143 x146
thttp://www.gratongallery.net


Sat, September 14th

Wiley Ray & The Big O Band - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Rick Lenzi & The Memphis Kings.
911 Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sun, September 15th


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sat, September 14th

Free Family Movie Night - Petaluma Museum

5:30-8pm - The Wizard of Oz.
Free Admission.  Concessions for sale.  All ages welcom

 

Sat, September 14th
thru
Sat, September 14th

Lagunitas Beer Circus - Petaluma

4:30-10pm - Celebrating 10 Years!

Guest Breweries, Food Trucks; Live Music & freaktacular Entertainment
including Burlesque Show, Aerialists, Side Show, Face Painters, Performer.
Costume Contest,
Midway Games & more!

1280 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma
(707) 778-8776

https://lagunitas.com/taproom/petaluma


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sat, September 14th

Becoming Independent Luau

4-8pm - Enjoy Polynesian Dancers, Tropical Libations, Local Beer
& Wine & an Island inspired Dibber Buffet.

Tickets: $50/Per Person, $100/VIP - includes VIP Seating & 1 Drink Voucher.

Friedman Events Center
4676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 524-6765
http://www.becoming independent.org


Sun, September 15th

TZHAK PERLMAN & ROHAN DE SILVA

2pm/Pre-Concert Lecture, 3pm/Show.  Tickets: Starting at $55

Undeniably the reigning virtuoso of the violin, Itzhak Perlman enjoys superstar status rarely afforded a classical musician.  Beloved for his charm & humanity as well as his talent, he is treasured by audiences throughout the world who respond not only to his remarkable artistry, but also to his irrepressible joy for making music. Joining Mr. Perlman will be acclaimed pianist & longtime collaborator Rohan De Silva.
(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Sun, September 15th

Petaluma Pete Honky-Tonk Piano Competition

3-7pm - Family Friendly Fundraiser featuring Artist-Painted Pianos played by gifted kids
& talented adults competing for Prizes & Bragging Rights!

Petaluma River Promenade
https://happeningsonomacounty.com/events/9976/honky-tonk-piano-competition-with-petaluma-pete/


Sun, September 15th
thru
Sun, September 15th

JAMI JAMISON BAND - MADRONA MANOR

3-5pm - Join the SR Symphony League for an evening of music provided
by the
Jami Jamison Band.  Performing music from Billy Holiday, Etta James,

 

Peggy Lee, Louis Jordan, Ruth Brown & more.  Bay Area Blues & Jazz Vocalist
Jami Jamison surrounds herself with a lineup of seasoned musicians
including saxophone, guitar, standup bass, and drums.  Their combined
love of music will be presented in the breathtaking garden of
Madrona Manor, promising to create an enjoyable afternoon for everyone!

No host bar.  General Admission: $40, $35/Symphony League Members.

 

All proceeds of this fundraiser help support music education for
youngsters in Sonoma County.
Madrona Manor
1001 Westside Rd., Healdsburg

(707) 433-4231

http://www.srsymphonyleague.org/festival-of-parties.html

 

 

 


Sun, September 15th
thru
Tue, September 10th

Medicinal Plant Walk -

10am-12/Noon - Led by author/grower Peggy Schafer of the Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm & with Chinese Medicine Practitioner Sean Fannin.
Join them for an informative stroll through the Quarryhill main garden to identify plants in the collection that are recognized for varying health benefits in traditional Chinese Medicine.

Fee: $20/General, $15/Members.
Please register in advance:
http;//www.quarryhillbg.org/medicinalplantwalk.html.

Quarryhill Botanical Garden
12841  Hwy., 12, Glen Ellen

 


Sun, September 15th

Clo-Cow Half Marathon - Petaluma

10K & 5K - Race on a challenging & beautiful course through the Sonoms County Countryside.
http://www.clocowhalf.com


Sun, September 15th
thru
Sun, September 15th

Calligraphy Workshop at Landmark Vineyards

Join Landmark Vineyards & Savannah Cain from Better Together Calligraphy for our first ever Writing & Wine Workshop!  This class features an introduction to lettering & calligraphy,  a glass of Chardonnay or Pinot Noir & all the supplies you will need for your masterpiece. Choose from two different times, a wood art piece (11-2) or a chalkboard canvas (2-4)! 21+ Event, Tickets Limited!

Location: Landmark Vineyards

Website: https://www.cellarpass.com/calligraphy-workshop-at-landmark-vineyards-tickets-4568?w=1

Phone: (707) 833-0053


Sun, September 15th
thru
Sun, September 15th

Petaluma Pete Honky-Tonk Piano Competition

3-6pm - Enjoy a family-friendly fundraiser featuring Artist-Painted Painos played by
gifted kids & grown-ups competing for prizes & bragging rights.  Our downtown river,
the crowning jewel, is becoming Petaluma’s biggest eyesore.  This event will help create
awareness with the goal of cleaning, dredging, trestle restoration, small craft floathouse funding, and the installation of a 360° River Walk.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/petaluma-honky-tonk-piano-competition-2nd-annual-tickets-57857703950

 


Mon, September 16th

Marin County Celebrity Golf Classic

Meadow Club
http://www.sustainablesports.org


Mon, September 16th
thru
Mon, September 16th

1st Annual Senior Fair - Healdsburg

10am-3pm - FREE to the Senior Community - Come learn how to prevent
& manage disease, live a healthier life & get connected to health resources.  Information will be available regarding Balance & Fall Prevention, Home Medication Tracking, Advance Directives,Total Joint Replacement,
CPAP Cleaning, Nutrition Awareness, Infection Prevention,
Preventative/Wellness Screening.  Light refreshments, giveaways & prizes.

(707) 433-6523

http://www.healdsburgdistricthospital.org


Tue, September 17th
thru
Tue, September 17th

Spark the Future Fundraiser - Healdsburg

Supporting innovation in Education-to-Career Programs.

A fundraiser for Career Technical Education (CTE) Foundation to celebrate career technical education and its positive impact on students across the county.

Coyote Sonoma
55 Mill St., Healdsburg
https://ctesonomacounty.org/spark/


Tue, September 17th
thru
Tue, September 17th

Santa Rosa Wildfire Documentary

The City of Santa Rosa will host 3 public screenings of Last October,

a new 50-minute documentary film that captures experiences during
& following the Sonoma Complex Fires from the perspective of
several current & former City employees & Officials who served as first responders, disaster service workers & community leaders.
Two of three screenings will take place in conjunction with temporary
art exhibits that reflect on the 2017 disaster.  The public film screenings
are free.

 

Sept., 17, 2019 at 6pm.

City Hall Council Chambers
100 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa

Screening of film will take place in conjunction with the art exhibit Sketching Fire Stories on display at City Hall thru Oct., 3, 2019.
ketching Fire Stories is a year-long project of watercolor sketches
that tell compelling stories of destruction & recovery in the
aftermath of the Oct. 2017 wildfires.  The sketches were done
on location by Susan Cornelis, Carole Flaherty & others.


Wed, September 18th

Sonoma Coun ty WOMEN in Conversation

CHERYL STRAYED, Author of the #1 NY Times bestselling Memoir - WILD
And

TARA WESTOVER, American Historiuan & Author of the #1 NY Times Bestseller - EDUCATED.
3:30-6:30pm - The Experience - Mingle, Nosh & Sip.  Listen to inspiring day-time talkds &
engage with numerous women-related business& services.
7-9pm - Women in Conversation - Incredible Women.  Amazing Stories
9-9:30pm - Book Signing.

Tickets: $58/Per Person.
Green Music Center
1801 E Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park
http://www.SocoWomenEvents.com


Thu, September 19th

CafeTacvba - Santa Rosa

8pm - Multiple-Grammy-winning Alt-Rock Band turns up the volume on their signature blend of Indie, Classic, Mexican Folk & Electronica.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://tickets.lutherburbankcenter.org/single/SYOS.aspx?p=3613
 


Thu, September 19th
thru
Thu, September 19th

CBD Myths & Misconceptions - Santa Rosa

Speaker Series.
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 525-0143 x146

http://www.councilonaging.com


Thu, September 19th

Unauthorized Rolling Stones - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Concerts under the Stars!
911 Village Ct.,
http://www.mvshops.com


Thu, September 19th
thru
Thu, September 19th

Medicare Fundamentals Workshop

1pm - Free, open to community.

This unbiased and comprehensive educational seminar gives a detailed
understanding of Part A, Part B, Part D, Advantage Plans, penalties,
timelines & more. 

Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol
RSVP: (707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

 


Fri, September 20th
thru
Fri, September 20th

Monthly Outdoor Movie Nights at Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country is pleased to announce its first ever Friday night outdoor movie program, Cinematic Masterpieces: A Starlit Summer Movie Series. Classic contemporary movies will be shown on the property’s lush & spacious back lawn & both hotel guests and locals alike are invited to set up blankets & watch under the night sky. The movies will be free of charge and specially prepared food items (inspired by the movie of the night), wine & cocktails will be available for purchase.
Blankets will be available for Hotel guests to borrow & Locals are encouraged to bring their own.
The last event of the series will take place on September 20. Movies will start at 8pm.
7pm on guests are invited to the back lawn to claim a spot & mingle while they sip wine & specialty cocktails by Coppola Wines & Campari & nibble on freshly prepared, movie-themed bites prepared by Railroad Stop Bar & Kitchen’s Chef Rene Jakushak.

Location: Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country

Phone: 3107219614


Fri, September 20th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Long Story Short

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, September 20th
thru
Fri, September 20th

The Tannahill Weavers - Sebastopol

6:45pm/Doors Open, 7:30pm/Event
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511

http://ww.seb.org

 

Fri, September 20th
thru
Fri, September 20th

Petaluma Movies in the Park

6pm - Food, Games & Family-Friendly Activities.
Movies start at DUSK - Moive - "Incredibles 2."
Presented by the City of Petaluma.
Lucchesi Park
320 North McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
http://www.cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec/index.html

Sat, September 21st

David Martin's House Party - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm.
911 Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, September 21st
thru
Sat, September 21st

Free CPR Class - Kenwood

10am-12/Noon - Designed  to provide basic emergency lifesaving skills -

CPR for Adults & Infants, teaching early CPR with emphasis on chest
compressions.

Kenwood Fire Station

(707) 833-2042
 


Sat, September 21st
thru
Sat, September 21st

Fall Plant Sale - Quarryhill

9am-1pm - Over 130 species of trees, shrubs & herbaceous perennials
will be available, many of which are uncommon in the nursery trade.
These species are native to temperate Asia & are descended from plants
grown from wild-collected seeds. The inventory includes several species of magnolias, maples, hydrangeas & irises, as well as attractive & rare plants
such as Styrax obassia & Desmodium elegans.”

Quarryhill Members receive 20%  & can shop early, from 8-9am.
We are asking folks to please bring a box/container for their purchases.

Proceeds help support the mission of Quarryhill Botanical Garden—conserving plants & slowing species loss.
Enter & drive past the Visitor Center & follow the signs to park in
the soccer field adjacent to the Quarryhill nursery.

Quarryhill Botanical Garden
12841 Hwy., 12, in Glen Ellen
(707) 996-6027
http://www.quarryhillbg.org

 


Sat, September 21st
thru
Sun, September 22nd


Sat, September 21st

Burning Ham - Penngrove

12:30-5pm - Pork Festival featuring - Bacon, Beer & Bands.  
Penngrove Park
11800 Main St., Penngrove
(707) 478-3993
http://www.burninghamsonoma.com


Sat, September 21st

Adobe Fandango - Petaluma

Celebrate this traditional Dance & Music of California in the 1840s.
http://www.parks.ca.go/petqalumaadobeshp


Sat, September 21st
thru
Sat, September 21st

Sonoma Goods Band at Geyser Peak Winery

Calling all wine and classic rock enthusiasts! Geyser Peak Winery's Summer Concert series hosts the Sonoma Goods Band on Saturday, September 21st from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. Bring a picnic lunch, buy a bottle of wine, and enjoy some tunes on the lawn or our beautiful Tasting Room deck. Lola’s delicious Mexican food will also be available for purchase. Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, and beach umbrellas. Admission is $10.00 per person. Pay at the door. Doors open at 10:00 am. First come, first served. No outside alcohol allowed. Contact Information: 707-857-2500 or tastingroom@geyserpeakwinery.com

Location: Geyser Peak Winery - 2306 Magnolia Drive, Healdsburg, CA 95448

Website: http://www.geyserpeakwinery.com/connect/events

Phone: 707-857-2500


Sat, September 21st
thru
Sat, September 21st

Lagunitas Adoption Day

11am-3pm

Lagunitas Brewing Co.
1280 N. McDowell Ave., Petaluma
https://www.greendogproject.org/events-3/2019/9/21/paws-for-love-lagunitas


Sat, September 21st
thru
Sat, September 21st

Workshop Series #2: Designing Your Dream Garden

1-4pm - Join us for the second of a 3-part series that will help you create a customized design
for your yard.  We will inspire you with a presentation about beautiful, ecologically friendly
& DIY landscape ideas before rolling up our sleeves for hands-on design work.
Petaluma Regional Library
(707) 789-9664
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Sun, September 22nd
thru
Sun, September 22nd

Autumn Equinox Heart Opening Yoga Flow

8:30-9am:  Registration & quiet, meditative walk into the Labyrinth
9-10:30am:  Yoga on the Green – Autumn Equinox Yoga Flow & Meditation
10:30-11am:    Quiet, meditative walk out of the Labyrinth
11am -4pm:  visit the Bees N Blooms Farmstand

**Bring your own yoga mat, small blanket or cushion, Options: 2 blocks
a strap for more support.
  **Dress in layer.  $25/Per Person.

 

The Labyrinth will be open for 30 minutes before & after class, offering
exclusive time for participants to take a deeper dive inward, breathing, meditating, enjoying nature & this wonderful lavender creation.
Bees N Blooms - Lavender Labyrinth, Santa Rosa

(707) 387-4055
https://beesnblooms.com/?page_id=1672


Sun, September 22nd
thru
Sun, September 22nd

Concert performed by pianist ELIZABETH WALTER

Benefit Concert - Presented by The Petaluma Museum Association
& Sky Hill Cultural Alliance.

4pm/Complimentary Wine & Cheese

Admission: $40/Advance, $50/Door. 
$50/Balcony Seating with Elite Beverage Service,
$60/Door if seats are still available.

 

Elizabeth is a renowned Pianist who is currently acting on the
Board of Directors of the Petaluma Museum Association as the
Music & Cultural Outreach Director. She has been responsible for
bringing amazing performances to the museum with high caliber
musicians from the SF Symphony & many other talented musicians
over the last 10 years.

Elizabeth will be performing on the legendary 1899 Henry F. Miller concert grand which currently resides in the acoustically superior “Carnegie Hall” of Petaluma.  She will be playing works by Mozart, Beethoven, Ravel & Ginastera

Petaluma Historical Library & Museum

https://www.petalumamuseum.com/calendar-event/piano-concert-performed-by-elizabeth-walter/

 

 


Tue, September 24th
thru
Tue, September 24th

Plant Selection Workshop - Santa Rosa

6-8pm - Learn from a Master Gardener how to select drought
tolerant & native plants to enhnace your landscape project.
This workshop will include general design concepts & appropriate
plant options.

SR Water's Utilities Field Operations Bldg.
35 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3985
http://www.srcity.org/workshops


Thu, September 26th

Diana Krall - Green Music Center

5:30pm/Gates Open, 7:30pm/Show.
Tickets: Starting at $25.
The only Jazz Singer to have 8 albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart (beginning with her ground-breaking album When I Look in Your Eyes), Diana Krall has garnered 5 Grammy® Awards along with 9 Gold, 3 Platinum & 7 Multi-Platinum Albums. Praised by the NY Times for “A voice at once cool & sultry, wielded with a rhythmic sophistication,” Krall finds herself in rare company as an acoustic-oriented Jazz improviser with an appeal extending to Pop, Rock & beyond.
(707) 664-4246
https://gmc.sonoma.edu/dianakrall/

 


Fri, September 27th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Jami Jamison Band & Food Truck Friday

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, September 27th
thru
Sun, September 29th

Vintage Festival - Sonoma

Enjoy 3 fun days packed with Live Music, Food, Wine & Art!  In doing so, you will be supporting local nonprofit organizations, first responders & youth programs that bolster the Sonoma community.

The not-to-be missed opening Gala kicks-off the Festival Friday Night.  Savor wine country flavors, tastings & dancing under the stars with live music from Notorious, the bay area’s favorite dance band.

Activities include an Art Festival, Wine Tasting, Get Your Glow on Parade, 5K & 12K races & lots of live music on the historic Sonoma Plaza.
A Sonoma tradition!
http://www.valleyofthemoonvintagefestival.com


Fri, September 27th

Friday Nights at the Museum - Santa Rosa

6-9pm - Game Night
Battleship, Boggle & Bear Republic Brewery Beers, oh my!  Test your Board Game skills over brews & the latest selections of wine from Fogline Vineyards while sampling mac & cheese bites, soup shots & other comfort foods from the Warm Puppy Cafe.  Tickets: $30/General, $24/Members.
Advance tickets are encouraged.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 284-1297
http://www.schulzmuseum.org/friday-nights


Sat, September 28th

Pride & Joy - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Rockin' Concert
Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, September 28th

All Hallow's Art Festival - Petaluam

9am - Shop the juried show for the best of Halloween Art & Collectibles.
https://www.facebook.com/allhallowsartfest


Sat, September 28th

Petaluma River Craft Beer Festival

1-5pm - 20+ North Bay Craft Beer Producers, Local Food, Music & FUN!

Tickets: $40/Per Person = Souvenir Tasting Glass, 10 Servings of Beer or Food & Live Music.
$20/Designated Driver.
100% of proceeds will flow directly back into the community, local non-profits & Petaluma River projects.
http://www.PetalumaRiverCraftBeerFest.org

Sat, September 28th
thru
Sat, September 28th

All Hollows Art Festival -

9am-3pm - A Magical Marketplace filled with Halloween Art, Decor,
Jewelry & Collectibles from over 35 Artists. Join in the Magic & Mischief!
Admission: $5/Per Person.
Herman Sons Hall
860 Western Ave., Petaluma

https://www.halloweenfolkartsociety.com/


Sun, September 29th

Sunday Cruise - Petaluma

11am-2pm - Last Sunday of each month.
Classic Cars, Food, Classic Oldies/Rock Music, a Free Raffle
& the Presentation of the Sunday Sundae Cup.

4th St., Petaluma
(707) 623-3219
http://www.SundayCruiseIn.com


Sun, September 29th
thru
Sun, September 29th

SIDEMEN - Petaluma

A 6-Piece Band - playing mostly Jazz, Funk, Fusion & Grooves.

https://www.sidemenjazz.com

 

The Restaurant is Family run & features, savory, classic Peruvian dishes freshly prepared , sensational desserts & a full service bar that has incredible cocktails that are one of a kind creations as well as classic wines, beers & liquors for your enjoyment.  Pair this with world-class music, warm & friendly service & a wonderful view of the river from their lovely patio & you have  2 perfect
hours on Sunday.

AYAWASKA is a gourmet Peruvian Restaurant

101 2nd St #190, Petaluma

(707) 559-3519

https://www.ayawaskasf.com


Sun, September 29th

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


Sun, September 29th

Antique Faire - Petaluma

Discover a treasure trove of antiques in Historic Downtown.
http:/www.petalumadowntown.com


Sun, September 29th

Art in the Park - Petaluma

9am-5pm - Fine Local Artists working in a variety of styles & mediums.
Walnut Park
Petaluma Blvd. S., & D St.,
http://www.petalumaarts.org


Sun, September 29th
thru
Sun, September 29th

Petaluma Community Emergency Preparedness Fair

11am-3pm - Sept. is National Emergency Preparedness Month.

The Petaluma PD & FD who will be on hand, as well as local law enforcement;
CHP & Sonoma Sheriff's Office.

Hands on demonstrations, handouts with helpful information on being prepared for disasters/emergencies. Emergency preparedness gear, equipment &
supplies will also be available.

Walnut Park near downtown Petaluma

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Fri, October 4th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Scarlet Letters

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, October 4th
thru
Sat, October 5th

Sonoma County Harvest Fair

Cost: $5/Gate Admission, $65–$70/Grand Tasting,
$120/2-Day Tasting Pass

Celebrate the region’s top Winemakers, Growers, Microbrewers & Artisans.
Expect plenty of opportunities to taste award-winning wine, savor thoughtful Wine & Food Pairings & get inspired by people dedicated to their craft.
Don’t miss the Grand Tasting, featuring regional Cuisine, Craft Beer
& Wine from over 100 Wineries, or the World Championship Grape Stomp,
an action-packed competition where teams vie for the ultimate reward
of World Championship title (plus a hefty $1,500 Grand Prize).

1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-4200
ctober 4 – 5, 2019

http://www.harvestfair.org


Sat, October 5th


Sat, October 5th
thru
Sun, October 6th

The 18th Annual Falling Leaves Quilt Show

Sat., 10am-5pm - AND Sun., 10am-4pm.

Donation at the Door: $10/Adult, $2/Kids 12 & under.
Over 200+ Quilts, Silent Auction, Door Prizes, Quilt Drawing, Vendors,
Theme Baskets, Country Store, Demonstrations & more!

Lake County Fairgrounds
401 Martin St., Lakeport
http://www.LLQG.org


Sat, October 5th

Wonder Bread 5 - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm.

911 Village Court, Montgomery Village
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, October 5th
thru
Sat, October 5th

Fort Ross Harvest Festival

October is a beautiful time to visit the Sonoma Coast, where cooling
temperatures & fall colors make it easy to get into the spirit of the
harvest season.  Pack a picnic and head to Fort Ross State Historic Park
for the Fort Ross Harvest Festival, an annual event which celebrates
the Old World charm of this 19th century Russian settlement.
Start the day picking heirloom apples & pears in the historic orchard before sampling seasonal selections & singing & dancing to traditional Russian music.

Open to all & free to attend.
19005 Coast Hwy., Jenner
(707) 847-3437

https://www.sonoma.com/businesses/5143/fort-ross-state-historic-park


Sat, October 5th
thru
Sat, October 5th

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 1980 classic Caddyshack.  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.
Considered one of the funniest movies of all-time by the American Film Institute, Time & ESPN, Caddyshack gained a cult following
in the years after its initial release.  Along w/ Chevy in Harold Ramis’
directorial debut, the film starred such talent as Rodney Dangerfield,
Ted Knight & Bill Murray.
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


 

Sat, October 5th
thru
Sat, October 5th

Harvest Festival at Landmark Vineyards

Celebrate the bounty of Harvest - Featuring amazing BBQ & Live Music paired with exquisite Chardonnays & Pinot Noirs!

Location: 101 Adobe Canyon Road Kenwood, CA 95452

Website: https://cellarpass.com/2019-landmark-harvest-festival-tickets-4156?w=1

Phone: 707-833-0053


Sat, October 5th
thru
Sat, October 5th

Free Family Movie Night - Petaluma Museum

5:30-8pm -  Pixar Coco.
Free Admission.  Concessions for sale.  All ages welcom


Sun, October 6th
thru
Sun, October 6th

Sonoma County Songwriter Series - Sebastopol

3pm - Teresa Clark and Friends

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


Sun, October 6th
thru
Sun, October 6th

Quartet Andoni

Unity of Santa Rosa proudly presents a special afternoon concert featuring Quartet Andoni. Come enjoy great music—experience many top 40 hits, classics, standards, and originals from the ‘20s to today! Andoni’s band includes fabulous pros that have toured with major name artists for many years. You won’t want to miss this rare Sonoma County appearance. Refreshments served - Bring your dancing shoes - 50/50 Raffle

Location: 4857 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa CA 95403

Website: https://andoni.brownpapertickets.com/

Phone: 707-542-7729


Mon, October 7th
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


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