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Mon, January 20th
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Fri, January 31st

Winter Reading Challenge - Sonoma County

The library has set a goal for Sonoma County to read a million minutes
in January & is asking each participant to read at least 600 minutes
(20 minutes a day) during that time.  All reading logged between
January 1-31, will count toward the challenge.

http://www.sonomalibrary.beanstack.org


Mon, January 20th
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Mon, March 30th

Meals on Wheels in need of VOLUNTEERS

Help deliver mutrious & fresh meals to homebound seniors in
your neighborhood.  Volunteers needed from 10am-12/Noon,
Monday - Friday.  Choose a day(s) taht works for you.

(707) 525-0143 x121
http://www.counsilonaging.com


Mon, January 20th
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Sun, January 26th

Wonton & Beer Pairing -

East meets West in the first pairing to kick off the twenties! 
Our version of a beer & food pairing is food 4 ways, beer 4 ways. 
Pairings available during normal kitchen hours all week long! 
Menu:   Redwood Lager & Loaded Potato Wonton topped w/ Sour Cream
& Chives Stardusk Juicy IPA & Roasted Chicken Wonton with a Chili
Mango Sauce Paloma Cocktail IPA & Camarones a la Diabla (Spicy Shrimp) Hyperion Red Ale & Smoked Brisket w/ a Sweet Molasses BBQ Sauce
Kitchen Hours: Mon-Thur, 12/Noon-9pm.  Fri & Sat, 11am-10pm
Sun., 10am-7pm

Fogbelt Brewing Co.
https://www.facebook.com/events/765844520584569/

 

 

 


Mon, January 20th
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Fri, January 31st

Get Involved, Make a Difference - ReSTYLE

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


Today
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Mon, July 13th

Transcendence Kids Camp

Led by Broadway Under the Stars cast & crewmembers, helps kids
8-12 build confidence, thaink creatively & gain a sense of well-being
in a non-competitive & nurturing environment.

Registration is now open for this summer's theater camp, which
culminates in an opportunity to perform on stage with the cast of
Broadway Under the Stars in Jack London State Historic Park for
2 evening performances

CAMP runs July 20-24.  Cost: $450.

http://www.transcendetheatre.org/kids-camo-2020


Today
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Fri, February 7th

Everyone Wins Wine Drawing - Cloverdale

DRAWING is Feb., 8th. - 4pm.

Valentine Special! 2-bottle sets of quality wine will be presented
to every ticket holder - only 100 tickets are available at $30 apiece. 
Call or visit the Senior Center to purchase your ticket, while they last!

Cloverdale Senior Center (attendance not necessary to win)
311 North Main St., Cloverdale.

(707) 894-4826
http://www.cloverdaleseniorcenter.com

 


Today
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Mon, February 24th

Registration for Kindergarten - Satna Rosa

For age requirements & school contact infoamtion:

http://www.srschools.org/kindergarten


Today
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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


Today
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Mon, February 24th

SC Registrar of Voters Need Poll Workers

Poll Workers must be citizens who are registered to vote in California,
legal permanent residents, or High School Students aged 16 years or
older with a minimum GPA of 2.5 & permission from both their
Parent(s) & School Principal.  Experience is not necessary & training
will be provided.
435 Fosca; Dr., Santa Rpsa
(707) 565-6800
http://www.sonomacounty.ca.gov/vote


Today
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Fri, March 27th

Cotati Bike Drive

Providing bikes free of charge to families affected by fires.

The Hub Cyclery
7880 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati
(707) 795-6670
http://www.thehubcyclery.com


Today
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Mon, March 30th

Petaluma Junior Police Camp

For grades 3-6.  Free to attend.

Petaluma Police Dept.
(707) 781-1289
http://www.cityofpetaluma.net,jrow@ci-petaluma.ca.us


Today
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Mon, March 30th

Plant Sale - Sonoma

Monday-Sunday, 10am-5pm - Offerings include various succulents,
deer-resistant & drought-tolerant plants.  Suggested Donations: $1-$7.

Vallejo Home
363 3rd St., Sonoma
(707) 938-9558

 


Today
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Sun, February 2nd

Sonoma County Book Mobile

(707) 520-4536

http://www.freebookmobile.org


Today
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Fri, January 24th

2020-2021 TK & KINDERGARTEN ONLINE ENROLLMENT

IN THE MARK WEST UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT IS NOW OPEN!!

 
*Kindergarten (child's birth date must be on or before 9/1/15)
*TK (child's birth date must be between 9/2/15-12/2/15)
 
TK/K Parent Information Night - January 23, 2020 @ 7pm  
Registration Day - January 24, 2020
 
For more details or questions regarding the Online Enrollment process, please contact Alicia Mills: (707) 524.2972 or Marcia Noxon:  (707) 524.2970 .
 
 
 

 

Today
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Fri, February 28th

Join the Cotati Chamber

Get connected, increase visibility & gain credibility.
Partnering with businesses for over 60 years!
(707) 795-5508
http://www.cotati.org


Today
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Mon, March 2nd

Now Hiring Summer Camp Staff - Cotati

You get to:
Work with Kids.  Be Active.  Have FUN!  And paid to PLAY! 
PARKS MAKE LIFE BETTER!!

City of Cotati

(707) 665-4222
http://www.cotaticity.org


Today
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Tue, January 21st

Mobile Library - Geyserville

5-6:30pm - FREE Book Mobile.
Geyserville Ave.,
https://www.freebookmobile.org

 

 


Today
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Mon, March 30th

More tips from First 5 California - Sonoma County

The more words a baby hears, the more it boosts language skills.
Your baby is listening & learning!

 

Make reading together the most special part of your day.  Your baby will feel warm & connected to you.  More at:
http://www.firstfiveCalifornia.com


Today
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Sun, March 15th

Space Pirates - 6th Street Playhouse

4-6pm - Tuesdays & Wednesdays (10 weeks).
Apprentice Company Musical - For serious Students ages 9-15.
If you want to take your Musical Theatre & Acting skills to the next
level this 10-week intensive class is for you.  You’ll be surprised at
what you can learn about showbiz & yourself.
6th Street Playhouse
52 West 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185

https://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com

Today
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Sat, January 25th

Docent Training Orientation - Laguna Foundation

Become a Nature Buddy to School Children
Volunteer to Teach the Learning Laguna Program
Monday, Jan., 27, 2020, 10am–12/Noon
Monday, Feb., 10, 2020, 10am–12/Noon
Thursday, Feb., 27, 2020,  3–5pm

FREE.  Each orientation will be the same so choose the date &
time that works for you then register to attend.
The ~60 hour training course begins March 16, 2020.

(707) 527-9277 x102
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


Today
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Sun, January 26th

New Spring Programs - Sonoma County

(707)  528-4222

http://www.jccsoco.org

 

 

 

 


Today
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Sun, May 10th

SSU Dept of Music 2019-2020 Calendar

http://www.sonoma.edu/music


Today
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Fri, January 31st

Small Works: A Big Show of Little Masterpieces

Paintings, sculpture & mixed media art by local artists, 12 inches 
or
smaller at affordable prices.  This free event is family friendly.

Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A Street, Santa Rosa
(707) 293-6051

Today
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Wed, 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


Today
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Thu, February 6th

PDI\'s Make Kids Smile Awards Dinner

EVENT HELD ON: FEB., 7th, 2020
MAKE KIDS SMILE AWARDS DINNER FUNDRAISER

 

Join PDI Surgery Center at this lively event, which is our Annual Fundraiser
with Silent & Live Auctions, Jewelry Raffle, Live Entertainment & a lot of fun.  We’ll be honoring Connie Codding & Lisa Wittke Schaffner for their
commitment to improving the lives of underserved children in Northern California.  PDI treats 2,200 children every year & since 2009 has treated 22,000+ children suffering the pain of tooth decay, which is the nation’s #1
childhood epidemic.  Donations, fundraising & grants help PDI to continue
to treat these children each year & educate their parents & the community about the causes of dental decay & how to prevent it.

 

Vintners Inn Event Center
(707) 837-8833

http://www.pdisurgerycenter.org

http://pdisurgerycenter.org/eventdetails.aspx?EventId=33917


Today
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Fri, February 28th

Volunteers Needed - Ceres Community Project

At Ceres, we mentor Teen Chefs to grow & cook organic healing meals
for our neighbors who face a serious illness like cancer or heart disease. 
Our healthy meals keep our clients from being malnourished, reduce
the time it takes to recover & let them know we care.

(707) 829-5833

http://www.celebratecommunity.org


Today
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Mon, March 30th

Auditions & Talent Show - Windsor

 

Auditions = Jan. 30, 6:30-8:30pm.
Windsor Community Center
901 Adelle Dr., Windsor 

The Annual Talent Show is put on by the Windsor Performing Arts
Academy as a fundraiser for its programs.  Acts should be 3-5 minutes
long & be family friendly, with no negativity, no politics & no profanity.
Audition Fee:  $10/Individuals,  $30/Groups.
There is no maximum age, but participants must be 3 years old or older.

The Windsor Performing Arts Academy is a non-profit, and the proceeds
from this event provide scholarships for their summer musical program
& pay for production costs at the public school sites. 

 

The Talent Show takes place:  March 6,  7-9pm
(doors open at 6:30pm. at the Windsor Community Center.

Tickets: $15/Door, $13/Advance, Free/Kids 6 & under.

Tickets available:
https://www.windsorperformingarts.net/talent-show

Ther Grand Prize $200 for the Winning Act.

 


Wed, January 22nd
thru
Wed, February 12th

Guided Conifer Walks - Quarryhill

1pm -Wednesdays: January 22, & 29 AND February 5 & 12.

Docents will give a special walking tour highlighting a small selection of
nearly 100 species of conifers in Quarryhill’s collection, many of which are endangered in the wild & rare in cultivation.  Bundle up & experience the
serene winter garden while learning about these notable beauties. 
Conifers provide multi-seasonal interest with an array of varying forms,
foliage, bark, & of course, cones!

Free to Quarryhill Members.  Free with the price of garden admission. 
Please pre-register:


Wed, January 22nd
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Wed, January 22nd

Sign Language - Cloverdale

12:45-1:45pm - Learn to communicate with the deaf using
American Sign Language.
Cloverdale Senior Center
311 N., Main St.
(707) 894-4826

 


Wed, January 22nd
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Wed, January 22nd

Learn Italian - Geyserville

9:30am - Free Italian Lessons. 
Geyserville Coffee Co.
21001 Geyservielle Ave.,  Suite 102
(707) 814-0021


Wed, January 22nd
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Wed, January 22nd

Women in Business Networking Mixer - Rohnert Park

5:30-7pm - Complimentary appetizers & refreshments with
raffle to support SSU Female Athletic Scholarships

Essence Hair Salon
1 Padre Parkway, Suite F

(707) 584-1415


Wed, January 22nd
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Wed, January 22nd

Vision Boards - Windsor

11am-8pm - Free to attend.
Children & Adults make vision boards with words & images
to help visualize their intentions.
Art supplies & recycled magazines available.

Windsor Regional Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.,
(707) 838-1020

 


Wed, January 22nd
thru
Sat, February 22nd

Join the Giant Steps Family become a VOLUNTEER

Therapeutic Equestrian Center - Horse experience not required.

All ages & abilities welcome, with a minimum age of 14.
Upcoming Orientation at Giant Steps:

Sonoma Horse Park

(707) 781-9455
http://www.giantstepsriding.org


Thu, January 23rd
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Sun, February 2nd

Heisenberg: the uncertainty principle

8pm - From Simon Stephens, the Author of The Curious Incident of the
Dog in the Night-Time.
  Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train
station, Georgie spots Alex, a much older man & plants a kiss on his neck. 
This electric encounter thrusts these 2 strangers into a fascinating & life-changing game.  Heisenberg brings to blazing, theatrical life the uncertain
& often comical sparring match that is human connection.

Left Edge Studio Theatre - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 536-1620
https://www.leftedgetheatre.com

 

 


Thu, January 23rd
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Thu, January 23rd

Free Social Media Safety Education Program

6-8pm - The Polly Klaas Foundation is hosting a
FREE Social Media Safety Education Program.

Families with children ages 12 & up are welcome &
encouraged to attend!  Learn how to be safe online
& in the real world while enjoying complimentary pizza!
Reserve your seats, call: (707) 769-1334 ask for Raine.
Petaluma Community Center

320 N. McDowell Blv., Petaluma

 


Thu, January 23rd
thru
Sun, February 16th

The Buddy Holly Story - 6th St. Playhouse

Jan., 10 - Feb., 9, 2020.
Once Rock n' Roll was new & dangerous.  Just like Buddy.
Featuring hits like "That'll be the Day," "Not Fade Away," "Rave On,"
"Peggy Sue," & more!

52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa

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

 


Thu, January 23rd
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Thu, January 23rd

Lego Robotics - Windsor

4-5:30pm - Kids in Grades 4-6 learn basics of Mindstroms, the
programming software for Lego Robotics & have a chance to
create & download a program to a prebuilt robot.

Windsor Regional Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.,
(707) 838-1020


Thu, January 23rd
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Thu, January 23rd

Pro Bono Financial Check-Up (FREE) - Sebastopol

4-5:30pm - Presented by Abacus Wealth Partners, Sebastopol.
As a service to our community, we will be hosting three Financial
Check-ups this year at our Sebastopol office.  During these events,
you will get to sit down one-on-one with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER
& discuss questions you have around your financial life.  During your
30-minute session, an Abacus Advisor will answer questions & provide
you with guidance & a few simple tools to help you take action.  Everyone is welcome, regardless of income or savings.  There are 3 time slots available
at 4pm, 4:30pm, & 5pm.  Registration is required, space is limited.
Please arrive 10 minutes before your session.
Register:
https://calendly.com/abacus-sebastopol-events/pro-bono-financial-check-up?month=2020-01

Abacus Wealth Partners
101 S. Main St., Sebastopol

(707) 827-1297
https://abacuswealth.com

 

 


Thu, January 23rd
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Thu, March 19th

Speaker Series - Santa Rosa

3-5pm - ALL Speakers Series.

 

Jan. 23 - Marie M. Theilade, VP, Senior Financial Advisor.
Social Security:  When do you take your piece of the pie?
What you need to know before claiming.

 

Feb. 13 - Judith Anderson, Assistant Regional Director,
Securities & Exchange Commission.
Protecting Your self from Investment Scams.

 

March 19 - Kris Rebillot, Director of Communications, Buck Institute
From the Lab Bench to the Bedside:
A Geriatrician/Scientist Delves into the Biology of Aging.

 

Council on Aging
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
RSVP:  (707) 525-0143 x146
http://www.councilonaging.com


Fri, January 24th
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Fri, January 24th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5pm/Happy Hours, 6-8pm/Music - Sonoma Aroma -

A high-energy, super fun, local band performing originals
& covering major hits from the 60's to now.

Wines by the glass/bottle.
Please free to bring a folding chair as seating is limited.

Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com


Fri, January 24th
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Fri, January 24th

Music to Warm The Heart - Healdsburg

6-8pm - An evening of Classical Art Songs & Operatic Arias,
performed by our local talent, Sonoma Voices Rising!

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
209 W Matheson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2107
http://www.stpauls-healdsburg.org

 

 


Fri, January 24th
thru
Fri, January 24th

Cannabis & Seniors - Sebastopol

2:30-4pm.

Members: $8/class; Non-Members, $10/class

Registration required, call: (707) 829-2440
January 17: What's the Deal with CBD?;
January 24: Cannabis for Sleep, Pain, Stress, 
Appetite.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.
(707) 829-2440

Fri, January 24th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

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


Fri, January 24th
thru
Sun, February 2nd

Crab Feast - Mendocino

A 10-day extravaganza of events dedicated to our favorite crustacean,
Mr. Crabby!  Shrug off those winter blues & indulge in fine seafood,
wine, beer & more at family-style crab & cioppino feeds, gourmet
crab-themed dinners, crab & wine pairings, whale watching & crab
fishing adventures, a Wine Competition showcasing our sparkling
liquid assets & the ever popular Crab Cake Cook-off that highlights
the talents of our county’s chefs.
https://www.avwines.com/calendar?mc_cid=5db3fc6a5e&mc_eid=c294ded64d

 

 

 


Fri, January 24th
thru
Sun, February 9th

The Wolves - Healdsburg

Imagine if you did something horrible today, but you didn’t think it was horrible.”

 

From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, a girls’ indoor soccer team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the passion – & - ruthlessness – of a pack of adolescent warriors.

Admission: $28/Adults, $25/Senior 65+, $5/Student w ID

Thurs Value Night: Adults & Seniors 2 for 1.

 

Dates & Times: Jan 24 8pm (Opening Night Bubbly) | Jan 25 8pm | Jan 26 2pm | Jan 30 8pm(Value Night) | Jan 31 8pm | Feb 1 8pm | Feb 2 2pm | Feb 7 8pm | Feb 8 8pm | Feb 9 2pm

 

Opening Night Bubbly & Sunday Post-Show Discussions: 
Join us for opening night of any production and stay afterward for
a celebratory toast to the cast and crew! Immediately following all Sunday matinees, members of the cast & crew will return to the stage
to answer your questions.

Tickets also available after 12/15/19 (cash/check only) at Copperfield's
in Healdsburg & Santa Rosa.

https://raventheater.org


Fri, January 24th
thru
Sun, September 13th

Exhibition Highlights Groundbreaking S.C. Women

Opening Reception
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 5-7pm
Free/Members, $7-$10/Non-Members.
 
From Suffrage to #MeToo
 
Exhibit runs: Jan., 25-Sept., 13, 2020
The year 2020 is the centennial of the ratification of the 19th
Amendment, giving women the constitutional right to vote. 
While different in goal & origin, the recent #MeToo movement &
women’s marches also represent pivotal change and the power of
the collective voice to challenge the status quo.
  Explores the changing expectations, challenges & obstacles to inclusion that women have
faced & the remarkable people who have broken through the barriers.
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa

Sat, January 25th
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Fri, January 31st

Solar Viewing/Star Party - Sonoma

11am-3pm - Solar Viewing - Sugarloaf State Park.
6pm - Star Party - Cost: $5/Adults, Free/Under 18.
$10/Parking Fee.
http://ww.fro.org


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

ROSE PRUNING CLASSES & Propagation Demonstrations

JANUARY 25**  Sat  9am-3pm / Propagation 3-4pm

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


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

12th Annual Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

5:30-9:30pm - Dinner inlcudes: All-you-can-eat Crab, Clam
Chowder, Green Salad & Bread.
Available for purchase: Beer, Wine Soda & Desserts.

Tickes: $60/Per Person.  Live & Silent Auction.

St. Eugene Becker Center
2323 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa
http://www.montgomeryeducationfoundation.com


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

DUNHAM SCHOOL PTO 13th ANNUAL CRAB FEED & AUCTION

5:30pm/Cocktails, 6:30pm/Dinner

Tickets: $55/Per Person.  There will be a silent & live auction.

All proceeds directly benefit all of the students at Dunham
School & Dunham Charter School.
The Dunham School PTO provides enrichment programs, including
Drama, Gardening, Music & Art to all of their students, TK/Kindergarten
through 6th grade.

Hermann Sons Hall
860 Western Ave., Petaluma

(707) 795-5050
http://www.dunhamsd.org

 

 

 


Sat, January 25th

LumaCon - Petaluma

Explore Comics, Graphic Novels & Fandoms a this Free Event for Youth & Families.
http://www.lumacon.net


Sat, January 25th
thru
Sun, March 22nd

Sonoma Valley Baseball/Softball History....

..... of girls & women features gloves, jersey6s, trophies & more by
the Sonoma Valley Historical Society.

1-4pm - Saturdays & Sundays only.  Special group tours by appointment.

Depot Park Museum

1 Block North of Plaza

(707) 343-1335

 


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

Open Studios - Bodega Bay

11am-5pm - Artists display work & give demonstraqtions plus
art sale & raffle.

Artisan's Co-op
17175 Bodega Hwy.,
http://www.artisansco-op.com


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

Environmentally Conscious - Healdsburg

10:30am-12/Noon - Learn about LandPaths' 3 properties in
Healdsburg & how to be environmentally conscious.

Healdsburg Regional Library
139 Piper St.,
http://www.sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/6113913


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

Nature Walk - Petaluma

9-11am - Bird & Nature Walk.

Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility
3890 Cypress Dr.,
http://www.petalumawetlands.org/calendar


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

17th Annual Crab Feed - Cloverdale

6pm/No-Host Cocktails, 7pm/Dinner,
All-you-can-eat Crab, Pasta, salad, Rolls & Ice Cream.
Silent auction, 50/50 raffle, pull tabs & door prizes.  All proceeds
benefit the community with the many projects & people that the
Cloverdale Lions Club help annually.  Come out & have a great time,
eat & help us help the local community.
(707) 889-4653 or contact any Cloverdale Lions Club member for tickets.

Cloverdale Citrus Fair- Exhibit room


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, February 8th

Saturday Gentle Yoga - Sebastopol

9:30-10:45am - Begins Saturday, January 18

Members: $10; Non-Members, $15

Everyone is welcome to this gentle yoga class.  Bring your own mat.
No RSVP required.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center

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

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

Crab Feed - Rancho Cotati High School

5pm/Cocktails, 6:30pm/Dinner Crab & Pasta
Sutdent Cake Auction, Silent Auction & Raffle.
Adults ONLY event - No Outside Beverages.

$55/Advance, $65/After 12/31/19

$650/Table Sponsorship (includes Business Promotion & 8 Tickets).
Proceeds support 24 Sports Programs at Rancho Cotate High School.
https://bit.ly/35vaoXH


 


Sat, January 25th
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Sat, January 25th

Chowder Day - Bodega Bay

https://www.visitbodegabayca.com


Sat, January 25th
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Sun, January 26th

Holiday Blues Event - Petaluma

12/Noon-5pm - Repeats every Saturday & Sunday in January.

Chases away those post-holiday blues with select LOCAL blue cheeses
perfectly paired with SONOMA PORTWORKS' Ports!  Join us in our tasting
room Saturday & Sundays throughout the month of January.
Cost:  In lieu of $10 tasting fee, we are accepting donations for C.O.T.S.
A local non-profit whose mission is to end homelessness in Sonoma County.
613 Second St., Petaluma
(707) 769-5203

Sat, January 25th
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Sun, January 26th

Destination Hopland Barrel Tasting

January 25-26. Destination Hopland Presents Barrel Tasting 101 Join us
for this once a year opportunity to gain inside access to wineries all along
the Upper Russian River Valley on Hwy 101 in Mendocino County.
You will get the chance to experience wines right from the barrel at
Barrel Tasting 101.  Talk with winemakers; learn how to evaluate barrel
samples for their potential & purchase futures of your favorites at a
discounted price.
http://www.DestinationHopland.com


Sun, January 26th
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Sun, January 26th

Wine Country for Wildlife - Rohnert Park

Join us for the wildest brunch you have ever been to!  Proceeds will be going directly to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital to assist in any needs they have during this tragic time.  Animal ambassadors like SLOTHS, lemurs, alligators, turtles, lizards, snakes, hedgehogs, wallabies, parrots & more will be there to show their support.  BONUS animals from our friends at Six Flags Discovery kingdom will be joining us as well.  BIG thank you to Become One Voice, a local nonprofit 501c3 that supports other charities globally for teaming up with us to make this event possible. 

$75 per ticket - Includes Brunch, Live Music & a variety of Animal Encounters, Silent Auction- Raffles & Kid Friendly.

http://www.BecomeOneVoice.com

Rohnert Park

(707) 953-8836

https://www.safariencounters.org/wine-country-for-wildlife

 


Sun, January 26th
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Sun, January 26th

Winter Pancakes - Forestville

9am-12/Noon - Held on the Last Sunday of the Month.
Cost varies depending on what is on the menu.

Hollydale Community Club
10250 Field Ln, Forestville
(707) 887-0330

https://www.hollydaleclub.org/events.html


Sun, January 26th
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Sun, January 26th

Soul Cafe - Forestville

5-6:30pm - Soul Cafe - A Spirit Driven Celebration through Music.

Free Admission. Donations appreciated!!!

Delicious Soup & Salad.  Proceeds support West County Health
Center, a non-profit organization.

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


Sun, January 26th
thru
Sun, January 26th

M.V. Lions Club 67th Annual Benefit Breakfast

8am-11:30am - All-you-can-eat Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage,

Juice, Milk & Coffee Proceeds to Benefit the Santa Rosa Junior College Scholarship Fund & Youth with Impaired Vision.

 

Tickets:  $8/Adults $5/Children under 12.  Purchase tickets at the door.

 

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building

1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa

(707) 291-9769

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sun, January 26th
thru
Sun, January 26th

Santa Rosa Symphony performs "Peter & the Wolf"

3pm (Instrument Petting Zoo at 2pm) - An engaging, interactive
program that also includes Camille Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals. Roustabout Theater joins the orchestra & conductor Bobby Rogers for
the second in the Symphony's 2019-2020 Family Series.  Pre-concert
fun begins at 2pm with a FREE Instrument Petting Zoo. Ideal for introducing
small children to classical music, this affordable concert ($20/Adult, $10/Child) makes for a memorable afternoon outing for families.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center
(707) 546-8742
http://www.
srsymphony.org


Mon, January 27th
thru
Mon, February 10th

Women's Circle - Windsor

10am-12/Noon - Weekly gathering offers safe, intimate environment
for women discussing relationships, family, career & other issues.

Donation Requested.

Windsor Senior Recreation Center
9231 Foxwood Dr.,
(707) 838-1250


Mon, January 27th
thru
Mon, February 24th

Museum Mondays for the little ones - Santa Rosa

10am-12/Noon - Designed especially for children ages 1–5 & their
caregivers.  Features stories, arts & crafts activities, & movement games
inspired by changing themes.  Cost: $5/per child/free for up to 2
Adults before 11am.  Regular museum admission prices apply
after 11am. Free for members.

https://schulzmuseum.org/museum-mondays

 


Mon, January 27th
thru
Mon, January 27th

Library & County - Emergency Preparedness Series

Are you ready for Sonoma County’s next disaster?  Learn what you need
in your emergency kit, create a solid evacuation plan & establish your
sources of information & community support system by attending classes
at your local library. Beginning in January 2020.
The series is a collaboration with the S.C. Dept of Emergency Management
& Listos—a grass-roots disaster preparedness program—and will be held
at 12 S.C. Library branches, giving residents across the county the chance
to participate.

Each branch will host 3 separate classes on topics relating to emergency preparedness:  Emergency Kits & Go Bags, Family Planning
(& your pets, too!), & Sources of Information & Community Support.

https://sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/6121970


Mon, January 27th
thru
Mon, January 27th

Effective Strategies For Climate Action:

7pm - What’s working and why?
Teach-in with presenter Daniel Solnit, union organizer,
campaign strategist & social change activist with 40 years of experience
Free with donations welcome, Free seed exchange
Peace & Justice Center
467 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa
http://OccupySonomaCounty.org


Tue, January 28th
thru
Tue, January 28th

Grand Opening - The Will Call - Cotati

5:30/Doors Open, 6pm/Show - Uncle Mercy, Mandy Brooks - Mason Hirst.

All ages allowed.  Cost: $15/Door.

Meet Oakland Raiders Superbowl Champion, Jeff Barnes &
Oakland Raiders Mervin Fernandez,

8492 Gravenstein Hwy., Suite F, Cotati
 


Tue, January 28th
thru
Tue, January 28th

Sensory Friendly Afternoons - Children's Museum

12/Noon-5pm - Exclusive to families of children with special needs.
Registration required.

1835 West Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-4069
http://www.cmosc.org

 


Tue, January 28th
thru
Tue, January 28th

Yoga Hike - Kenwood

10am-12:30pm - Mix of Hiking & Gentle Yoga Postures
along a 2.5 mile meadow/hillside loop.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd.,

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2778695


Wed, January 29th
thru
Wed, January 29th

Wild Jane & The Guys - Sebastopol

7:30-10:30pm - No Cover.

Vocalist: Janie Roberts, Pianist & Composer: John Simon,
Double Bass: Ton Shader, Kendrick Freeman: Percussion.
Fern Bar
6780 Depot St., #120, Sebastopol

(707) 861-9603
http://www.wildjanes.com


Wed, January 29th
thru
Wed, January 29th

Winging It Wednesdays - Santa Rosa

8:30-10:30am - Leisurely bird walks designed for older adults
at all levels (& friends) to enjoy nature & each other's company. 
Bring binoculars or borrow ours.  Carpooling encouraged.
Spud Point Marina
1818 Wetshore Rd., Bodega Bay

 


Thu, January 30th
thru
Thu, January 30th

A Benefit for Analy High School Music Program!

6:30pm/Doors, 730pm/Show.

Featuring The King Street Giants & The Analy High School Jazz Band
All ages welcome.  Tickets: $12/Students, $20/Adults.

The Mystic Theatre
23 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma
Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-king-street-giants-analy-high-school-jazz-band-tickets-86868107849

 


Thu, January 30th
thru
Thu, March 26th

Open House - Council on Aging

11:30am-1pm - Hear about out Programs & Services. 
Tour our Meals on Wheels Kitchen.  Enjoy Lunch provided by Council on Aging.

Pick a date & join us:

Jan., 30, Feb., 20, or March 26.

R.S.V.P.  (707) 525-0143 x146
 

 


Thu, January 30th
thru
Thu, January 30th

Plant Based Cooking Class - Santa Rosa

6-7pm - Join Chef Annie as she takes advantage of Sonoma County’s
freshest produce to recreate the famous Impossible Burger- making it
not so impossible.  During the course, you will not only learn to make this delicious burger at home, but also a Tofu-Miso Sauce, Sesame-Ginger
Salad Dressing & Mocktail to create the ultimate vegan dining experience.
The Flamingo Conference Resort & spa
2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
https://www.flamingoresort.com/event/make-the-impossible-burger-possible-plant-based-cooking-class/?pl=d54j51s54u50z51y54u53255m52e53958f50h00


Fri, January 31st
thru
Fri, January 31st

Lunar New Year Celebration Walk

1-2:30pm - First, a walk, led by one of Quarryhill’s spectacular docents,
Josie Lee, will be offered, during which she will highlight many culturally significant plants in the garden.

Guests will receive a small gift, symbolizing prosperity, as well as samples
of small candied desserts. At one of the locations along the walk, you will
have a chance to make a wish & hang it on the wishing tree before making
your way to the Tibetan Prayer Flags.  Don’t miss this opportunity for a beautiful walk in nature where you will learn about Asia & why its flora is so diverse & prized within Quarryhill’s collection.  FREE for Members. Free with garden admission for Non-Members. No pre-registration required.

http://www.quarryhillbg.org
 


Fri, January 31st
thru
Fri, January 31st

Friday Evening of Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5pm/Happy Hours, 6-8pm/Music - The Alegre Sisters - Blend elements
of  Blues, Jazz, Folk & Bluegrass into a style all their own.

Wines by the glass/bottle.
Please free to bring a folding chair as seating is limited.

Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 4332364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com


Fri, January 31st
thru
Sun, February 16th

A View From The Bridge - Santa Rosa

You’ll watch helplessly as Eddie spins out of control.  It’s a story of loss,
revenge, mistrust & possession.  This award-winning play about
Italian-American 1950s immigrant life is the retold story of Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie Carbone—a man who holds family & honor
above all else—yet betrays them both.
6th Street Playhouse
52 W. 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
 
 
 
 

Sat, February 1st
thru
Sat, February 1st

Chinese New Year of the Rat Celebration/Fundraiser

5pm/Doors Open, 6pm/Buffet Dinner, 7pm/Entertainment.

Celebrate the Year of the Rat with the Redwood Empire Chinese Association.

Entertainment will feature the traditional lion, 250 foot-long dragon,
martial arts & other exciting cultural performances.  Win raffle & silent
auction prizes!  Meet children’s authors Camille Picott & Oliver Chin. 
A benefit for scholarships to graduating High School Seniors.

Admission: $25/Adults, $10/Kids 3-10 years old.

Tickets available at Asia Mart, 2481 Guerneville Road in Santa Rosa.

Santa Rosa Vets Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 576-0533,  (707) 528-0912
http://www.recacenter.org

Sat, February 1st
thru
Sat, February 1st

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 & Grace Pavilion

http://www.sonomafb.org/crab-feed/
 


Sat, February 1st

NFM WROCLAW PHILHARMONIC

GIANCARLO GUERRERO, MUSIC DIRECTOR, BOMSORI KIM, VIOLIN

Tickets: Starting at $50.
With a long and distinguished history, the NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic has positioned itself at the heart of the Polish music scene.  Led by music director & conductor Giancarlo Guerrero, they are joined on stage by acclaimed violinist Bomsori Kim, who is regarded as one of today’s most vibrant & exciting violinists.

(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Sat, February 1st
thru
Sat, February 1st

Building Blocks for the New Retirement

12/Noon-2pm - Join renowned Author, Speaker & Career Coach, Joan Tabb,
for an interactive & informative workshop on the new retirement paradigm,
ReVitalment. This workshop is perfect for anyone seeking more meaning in
their retirement years, or if you plan to retire soon.  Each participant receives
a copy of Joan's book "Building Blocks for the New Retirement". 
Cost: $20/Members, $25/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St., Sebastopol
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: (707) 829-2440

 


Sun, February 2nd
thru
Sun, February 2nd

Dirty Cello - Cinnabar Theater, Petaluma

7:30-9:30pm - Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman,
Dirty Cello is cello like you’ve never heard before. From  down home
blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin’ bluegrass, Dirty Cello is
a band that gets your heart thumping & your toes tapping!  “When lead
guitar is replaced by the sound of hot licks on a cello, blues, rock &
bluegrass rise to a new dimension.

3333 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma
(707) 763-8920
http://cinnabartheater.com/

 

 

 


Sun, February 2nd
thru
Sun, February 2nd

Herstory in the Making - Occidental

2pm - Features 4 compelling female artists in a matinee performance
of original monologues expressing the very heart of the feminine. 
Artist Sherry Glaser presents a fascinating Sunday afternoon buffet
of comedy, epiphanies & intimate drama by 4 unique & talented women 

Kym TrippsmithJulie DruckerRicci Dedola & Sherry Glaser. 
Sherry is the Author 
& star of award winning solo shows Family Secrets, Taking the High Road & 
Oh My Goddess.  $15/Advance, $20/Door.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental

Sun, February 2nd
thru
Sun, February 2nd

The Wisdom in Procrastination - Santa Rosa

12:30-2:30pm -Workshop with Janice Campbell, Licensed Unity Teacher

Suggested love offering: $20

 

When we recognize we’re procrastinating, we either berate ourselves for not moving forward or we justify why we’re procrastinating.  Neither option is appealing & both miss the mark.  In Matthew 6:33, Jesus says, “Seek first the kingdom of God & His righteousness & all these things shall be added to you.” Often when we find ourselves procrastinating, it is an indication that our thinking—and therefore our life—is out of order.  Fortunately, the way through lives within each & every one of us.  Join Janice in this workshop on how to use procrastination to attain a closer walk with God.

Unity of Santa Rosa

4857 Old Redwood Hwy., Santa Rosa

(707) 542-7729
http://www.unityofsantarosa.org


Mon, February 3rd
thru
Mon, February 3rd

12th Annual Sonoma County Transition Fair

3-6pm - This free event is designed to help students & their families. 
Learn about services for individuals with special needs as they transition
from school-based programs to adulthood.  Sonoma County special education students in middle school, high school & post-secondary programs & their families are invited to attend.  Spanish interpreters will be available on site 
& ASL interpreters can be requested contact: Sharrel Frazeur: (707) 576-8212.

 

Service providers will be at the event to provide information & answer
questions about residential options, adult day programs, vocational training, employment & much more.  There will be a presentation on “Navigating the Social Security Process” by the Social Security Administration from
3:30-4:30pm & “Work Incentives with SSI/SSDI Benefits” by the Dept of Rehabilitation from 5-6pm. 

Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa

(707) 992-1142
http://www.scoe.org

 

 


Mon, February 3rd
thru
Mon, February 3rd

A Heart 4 Huntington\'s Fundraiser - Petaluma

5:30-8:30pm - Enjoy a dinner, beer(s)/beverages & live music by
The POYNTLYSS SISTARS.
Help support a great cause, the nonprofit, Huntington’s Disease
Society of America (HDSA).
Entry Fee: $20/Per Person includes a beverage.  An onsite food truck
will offer a taco meal, “All You Can Eat”, for $20. 
Beverages are available for purchase.  To purchase tickets, visit:
https://pacificreg.hdsa.org/heartforhd
Help in the fight against Huntington’s disease by supporting this
Fundraiser.  The dollars generated by this event supports local
resources available to families struggling with Huntington's
disease in the SF Bay Area.

Lagunitas Brewing Company
1280 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
(503) 906-8425

https://pacificreg.hdsa.org/heartforhd


Fri, February 7th
thru
Fri, March 27th

The 19th Amendment -

Artists Reception Friday 2/7  5-8pm
Live music by Dessert First!  All ages welcome.  Free.
Santa Rosa Arts Center celebrates the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 
19th Amendment — women’s right to vote in this country.  Featuring art that
explores the struggles & the victories of the women’s movements. Artwork
on suffrage, the Equal Rights Amendment, the Glass Ceiling, equal pay for equal
work, violence against women & the #metoo movement exposing the prevalence
of sexual harassment & sexual assault.  Expressing the diverse aspects of
feminism, the milestones, the relevance today and the continued strength,
perseverance and wisdom, it can bring to the future.
Show runs, Feb., 7 – March 27, 2020
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa

Fri, February 7th
thru
Fri, March 6th

Walking Yoga Garden Tour - Glen Ellen

1-2:30pm - First Friday of Each Month - February 7 & March 6

Expand your yoga practice to include the great outdoors; enhance your
Quarryhill experience with gentle yoga postures.  Leave the yoga mat
behind.  Walk the garden with mindful intent as you stroll among the 25
acres of Asian flora adding breath work & guided meditation, taking the contemplative path less traveled.  Set a New Year’s intention under
the sheltered space of the Ting.  Affirm your connection with the beauty
of Mother Nature’s creations as you overlook the valley below from the
Prayer Flag’s perch along the garden’s upper border. 

Price:  $15/Members, $20/Non-Members.
https://quarryhillbg.org/walkingyoga.html


Fri, February 7th
thru
Fri, March 6th

Cornerstone Sonoma First Fridays Art Market

A night of Bay Area Street Artists, Muralists, Musicians & Performing
Artists collaborate at the Cornerstone Sonoma Sunset Gardens + Marketplace.  The main activity is hosted at Palooza Beer Garden & Eatery and the
night comes to life Every 1st Friday of the Month.

Price Free & Open to all.
23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma
(707) 569-6644
https://www.paloozafresh.com/

Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

PAWS for Love Gala - Santa Rosa

6-10pm.

Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., @ Stony Point, Santa Rosa
http://pawsforlove.info/


Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

Climbing Up The Mountain - Occidental

7pm - Singing the History of Black America. Benjamin Mertz is a charismatic Bay Area performer, composer, song leader, writer, human rights activist & the founder/director of Joyful Noise Gospel Singers.  He has just released his first CD entitled ‘Climbing Up the Mountain’. Join Benjamin Mertz as he leads us on a song & spoken word journey through history, with the power & beauty of black traditional music.  From work songs to spirituals, from gospel to blues & jazz, this inspiring presentation will celebrate the wisdom & courage of black music & the indelible mark it has made on American culture.  Singing along is encouraged! Also features vocalist Nancy Louise, with Brendan Buss on saxophone.
$15/Advance, $20/Door.  Fine refreshments. Wheelchair accessible.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

2nd Annual Wine Country Distillery Festival

12/Noon-4pm - The event brings local distilleries together under
one roof, to celebrate their craft & share their spirits with locals &
visitors alike.  While at the event, attendees will enjoy distilled spirits,
craft beverages & local food bites, including a Food Truck Court. Live
music, a cocktail competition & raffle will round out the day, all while
benefiting Sonoma Family Meal!

Presented by Poppy & Vine

Flamingo Resort

2777 4th St., Santa Rosa

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wine-country-distillery-festival-tickets-80822804183


Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

Sweetheart Gala & Auction -

5pm/Reception & Silent Auction,
7pm/Dinner & Live Auction,
After Party to follow.

(707) 938-8544 x10
http://www.bgcsonom.aorg/sweetheart


Sat, February 8th
thru
Mon, February 10th

The Course of Empire.-

Natasha Paremski joins the Santa Rosa Symphony, conducted by
Francesco Lecce-Chong, to perform Rachmaninoff’s famous
Third Piano Concerto at the Green Music Center.  Also hear the
Symphony perform the highly-anticipated World Premiere of
Composer-in-Residence Matt Brown’s Symphony No. 1,

(707) 54-MUSIC
http://www.srsymphony.org


Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 15th

Isabella Rossellini - Sebastiani Theatre, Sonoma

 

7pm/Doors, 8pm/Show - Link Link Circus, a new “theatricalized lecture”
by the legendary Isabella Rossellini, is a comedic & scientifically informed
look at the links between humans & animals, via Darwin’s theory of evolution.
The show is illustrated with Rossellini’s short comic films, home movies & animation.  Rossellini transforms herself into Aristotle, Descartes, a medieval theologian & other helpful thinkers of the past, while her dog Pan plays various animals, assisted by puppeteer & animal handler Schuyler Beeman.

Sebastiani Theatre

476 1st St., East, Sonoma

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/link-link-circus-by-isabella-rossellini-sebastiani-theatre-sonoma-28-tickets-85585920793

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

Steelhead Festival - Lake Sonoma

10am-4pm - Taking place rain or shine & is hosted by the Friends of
Lake Sonoma, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Sonoma County water Agency &  the CA Dept of Fish & Wildlife, this event helps educate the public about threatened fish populations & the annual steelhead & Coho Salmon run from the ocean & up Dry Creek Valley to their spawning grounds at the Don Clausen Fish Hatchery.

Free Admission.  Event includes Food, Wine, Beer, a Silent Auction, Live Music, Archery, Fishing, Tours, Demonstrations & more!

Milt Brand Visi8tors Center, Lake Sonoma
3288 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville

(415) 924-9145
lakesonoma.org › support-lake-sonoma › lake-sonoma-steelhead-festival

 

 

Sat, February 8th
thru
Sun, February 9th

An Olive Odyssey #13 -

11am-4pm - Free to attend.
Don Landis presents a all things Olive experience.  All your senses will be stimulated.  Savor unique Olives, taste delicious Olive oil & have Olive inspired snacks.  Feast your eyes on Olive inspired art served up by ceramists, photographers & painters.  Have your thirst for Olive knowledge quenched by Olive tree experts, notables from U.C.Davis & local folks. Cooking demonstrations, tours of The Olive Press Olive oil mill &
relaxing in the courtyard listening to Italian music are here for you.
.
Jacuzzi Family Vineyards
24724 Arnold Dr., Sonoma
(707) 931-7506
http://www.anoliveodyssey.com

Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

Wine Country Distillery Festival - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-4pm - This 2nd Annual event brings local distilleries together
under 1 roof, to celebrate their craft & share their spirits with locals &
visitors alike. Enjoy distilled spirits, craft beverages & local food bites,
including a Food Truck Court,  Live Music, a Cocktail Competition &
Raffle will round out the day, all while benefiting Sonoma Family Meal!

Flamingo Resort & Spa

2777 4th St., Santa Rosa

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wine-country-distillery-festival-tickets-80822804183

 

 

 


Sat, February 8th
thru
Sat, February 8th

Annual Crab Feed

Tickets: $65/Per Person.

VIP Tables: $750/Groups of 8.
Kenwood Firefighters Association


Sun, February 9th
thru
Sun, February 9th

2020 Awards Night Viewing Party - Sebastopol

4pm/Red Carpet Begins, 5pm/Show

Food For Thought & Rialto Cinemas in Sebastopol celebrate Hollywood's
biggest awards night in style!  Join us for a fabulous evening as we view
the annual awards ceremony LIVE on the big screen.  Raffle Prizes, Movie
Trivia & Costume Contests & a Prize for the Audience Member who
correctly predicts the most winners!

Tickets: $30/Per Person - (Admission, 1 Beverage & Appetizers).

Proceeds support Food For Thought, a nonprofit organization
that provides healing food & nutrition to more than 850 Sonoma
County residents living with a range of serious illnesses, who are at
risk of malnutrition.
Rialto Cinemas

6868 McKinley St., Sebastopol
http://www.FFTfoodbank.org/movie-awards-night

 

 

 


Mon, February 10th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

6:30pm - Golden Dragon Acrobats returns, combining award-winning acrobatics, traditional dance, spectacular costumes, ancient & contemporary music & theatrical techniques to present a show of breathtaking skill & spellbinding beauty representing the best of a time honored tradition that began more than 25 centuries ago.

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


Wed, February 12th
thru
Wed, February 12th

Let's Talk About Death - Film/Discussion

6pm/Doors Open, 6:30-9pm/Film.

Local non-profit Final Passages continues its monthly series with
the February film: 
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, starring
Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock & more.

 

A sweet & touching examination of a 9-year old’s grief at losing his
father (Hanks) in the 9-11 bombing, In her grief, his mother (Bullock)
is unable to be present with him. Oskar goes on a quest to discover
the lock that fits a key that he found in his father’s closet.  His journey
through all of NY City takes him beyond his loss to a greater
understanding of the world around him.
 
Suggested Donation: $5 to $15 at the door

Come early to get your seat & enjoy home-made savory foods &
desserts for sale.
Sebastopol Grange Hall
6000 Sebastopol Rd (Hwy 12), Sebastopol,
MOVIE TRAILER

Fri, February 14th
thru
Sat, February 15th

Coin Show - Santa Rosa

Friday, 2/14, 10ma-6pm AND Saturday, 2/15, 10am-4pm.

Professional coin dealers, door prizes & a silver dollar drawing
every hour.  Also an all-gold coin drawing to be held on Saturday,
2/14 at 4pm.  Free Parking.

Sonoma County Fairgrounds - E.L. Finley Hall
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 585-3711

 


Fri, February 14th
thru
Mon, February 17th

Cloverdale Citrus Fair

http://www.cloverdalecitrusfair.org


Fri, February 14th
thru
Sun, March 1st

Urinetown the Musical - Rohnert Park

Show dates: Feb., 14 - March 1.

Spreckels Performing Arts Center
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
http://www.spreckelsonline.com


Fri, February 14th
thru
Sat, February 15th

Valentine


Fri, February 14th
thru
Sat, February 15th

Valentine's Day Wild Jungle Love - Safari West

Ah Lemur, Love is in the air!
Take your special someone on an amorous adventure on an
adults-only excursion into the wildest realms of animal behavior.

Friday, February 14th or Saturday, February 15th
Love Bites, Party & Safari

Safari West

3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 566-3667

 


Sat, February 15th
thru
Sat, February 15th

Crab Feed - Windsor

All-you-can-eat crab, dancing  silent & live auctions & a no host bar.

Benefits the after school, sports & summer programming that our 40+
Clubs offer to 10,000 youth in Sonoma & Marin Counties each year.
Brooks Road Club, Windsor
 

Sat, February 15th
thru
Sat, February 15th

The Billie Holiday Project - Occidental

8pm - Evocative songstress Stella Heath skillfully interprets Lady Day
as she fronts a stellar quintet of Bay Area musicians for a musical tribute
to the life & art of the legendary singer for Valentine’s weekend & Black History Month at our acoustic sweet spot!  $20/Advance, $25/Door.
Advance tickets recommended.  Fine refreshments. Wheelchair accessible.
Art Exhibit open for viewing in Gallery.

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
(707) 874-9392

http://:www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


 

Sat, February 15th
thru
Wed, January 15th

The Billie Holiday Project - Occidental

8pm - Led by talented songstress Stella Heath, who skillfully evokes
the vocal style of legendary singer Billie Holiday & featuring some of
the Bay Area’s finest musicians, this concert will deliver superb & thought-provoking entertainment.  Shrouded in mystery as she was draped in fur,
Billie was multi-faceted; she possessed a sensitivity & ability to make
the songs she sang as personal as if she was singing them softly in
your very own ear.  Stella’s quintet brings back the electric & intimate
feeling of seeing Lady Day live in a 1930’s Jazz Club.

Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door.

Fine refreshments available & Wheelchair accessible.

Occidental for the Arts

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org.

 

 

 

 


Wed, February 19th
thru
Wed, March 18th

Writing Club for Adults - Windsor

6-7:30pm - 3rd Wednesday of each Month.

Work on creative writing with published Author & Instructor,
Jennifer Lynn Alvarez.

Meet at the Windsor Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.,
(707) 838-1020
https://sonomalibrary.org › locations › windsor-regional-library


Thu, February 20th
thru
Thu, February 20th

Understanding Your Medicare - Sebastopol

 

1-2:30pm - How informed are you about the details of your
healthcare benefits?  Join this informative talk to learn more!
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St., Sebastopol
Registration Required:  (707) 829-2440

Thu, February 20th
thru
Thu, February 20th

Let The Games Begin - Santa Rosa

11am - If you enjoy Bridge, Canasta, Mahjong, or another table game,
it’s time to
start putting together your foursome for the Santa Rosa Symphony
League's
afternoon of Games, Wine, Lunch & a Fashion Show presented by
Santa
Rosa’s Barbara Friday.  You'll also have a chance to win fabulous prizes.

St. Patrick’s Church Hall

9000 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
http://www.srsymphonyleague.org

 

 

 

 

 


Fri, February 21st
thru
Fri, February 21st

Diane Keaton - Marin

5:30pm – Concessions/Will Call Open
5:45pm – Seating Begins

Beloved Academy Award-winning actress Diane Keaton joins us for a candid talk about her new book Brother & Sister: A Memoir, a poignant exploration
of her relationship with her younger brother & the divergent paths siblings’ lives can take.

TICKETS:

$45 (online or in store) - Admits 1 person & includes 1 copy of Brother & Sister.

Tickets available at our Larkspur, San Rafael, Novato & Petaluma store locations.

$50 (at the door) - Admits 1 person & includes 1 copy of Brother & Sister

(We can NOT guarantee that tickets will still be available for purchase at the door).

Hoytt Theater - Osher Marin JCC
200 North San Pedro Rd., San Rafael

https://www.copperfieldsbooks.com/event/copperfield%E2%80%99s-books-osher-marin-jcc-present-diane-keaton?mc_cid=31c82435e3&mc_eid=4276d0b049

 


Fri, February 21st
thru
Sun, March 1st

Sonoma County Restaurant Week 2/21-3/1

https://www.sonomacounty.com/restaurant-week


Sat, February 22nd
thru
Sat, February 22nd

Annual Crab Feed Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

5-10pm - Join us fora  fun evening of all-you-can-eat crab, drinks,
auctions, dancing & great company!  Open Bar, Crab, Salad, Bread,
Dessert (Pasta available for non-crab diners).

Tickets: $100/Per Person.
2020 Primary Beneficiary:  Community Housing Sonoma County
Providing  housing for disabled homeless.
http://www.communityhousingsc.org

Friedman Center
4676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa
http://www.SantaRosaWestRotary.com


Sat, February 22nd
thru
Sat, February 22nd

Sweethearts Fairytale Dance - Cotati

5:30-8pm - Come dance the nigt away to fun musicm make arts &
crafts & enjoy light refreshments.
Dress up in your fanciest dress or suit & create wonderful memories
that will last.

Fee: $30/Couple + $10 each additional childe (max 2 kids per chaperone.

Cotati Room
216 East School St.
Behind City Hall

 


Sat, February 22nd
thru
Sun, February 23rd

Winter White Wine Festival - Anderson Valley

Come celebrate our famed Alsace-style varietals like Gewürztraminer,
Pinot Gris & Riesling, in addition to our award-winning Chardonnay
grapes that make the sparkling wines from this region truly shine.
Join us for the Grand Tasting on Saturday & Open Houses on Sunday.

Anderson Valley – Mendocino County Fairgrounds &
Various Tasting Rooms throughout the valley.

https://www.avwines.com/winter-white-wine-festival


Sat, February 22nd
thru
Sat, February 22nd

LGBTQI + Friends Mardi Gras Dance Party!

6:30-10pm - Let's party like we are in New Orleans!  We transform
the Senior Center into a Mardi Gras extravaganza, complete with King
Cake, a King & Queen contest, southern style food & dance music! 
Beer & wine for sale.  Tickets: $12/Advance, Door/$15

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.,
(707) 829-2440

Sun, February 23rd
thru
Sun, February 23rd

Bond & Beyond - Santa Rosa

Symphony POPS Series - Laura Dickinson, Vocalist
Celebrating the world's most famous spy - "Bond.... James Bond" -

plus tributes to other spies & detectives from around the world!

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


Fri, February 28th
thru
Fri, February 28th

The Art of Downsizing - Sebastopol

2:30-4pm - Come learn how, when & where to downsize. 
Find out about the tax advantages, how to get your home ready
& what's right for the next step in your life.
Cost: Free/Members, $5/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol

Registration Required:  (707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

 

 

 

 


Fri, February 28th
thru
Sun, March 1st

29th Annual Santa Rosa Tattoos & Blues

3- days of Live Bands, World-Renowned Tattoo Artists, Competitions & Contests.  Join us in Wine Country where we’ll host Tattoo Artists & enthusiasts from across the country & all over the Bay Area.

The Flamingo Resort

2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
https://www.flamingoresort.com/event/tattoos-blues-2/?pl=d54j51s54u50z51y54u53255m52e53958f50h00


Sat, February 29th
thru
Sat, February 29th

Pasta & Music Night - Sebastopol

5:30-9pm - Enjoy a tasty meal of Pasta, Salad, Bread, Drinks & Dessert
while being serenaded by small ensembles led by the many multi-talented students in the Analy High School Instrumental Music program.  Beer &
Wine will also be available for purchase.

A Silent Auction will feature select & distinctive Sonoma County wines
& merchandise not to be missed.  All of the proceeds support Analy
High School’s Music Program.
  Tickets: $20/Adults, $5/Child (6-12).

Masonic Lodge
373 N. Main St. Sebastopol
(707) 824-2337
http://www.analybandwagon.org

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 


Sat, February 29th
thru
Sat, February 29th

Johnny & June Forever - Occidental

7:30pm - The Greatest Love Story ever Sung!

Join us for an amazing leap-day performance featuring the famous duo’s
classic songs plus a special opening set with the stars Danny & Essence.

They will grace our stage just following their East Coast tour as we
celebrate Johnny Cash’s birthday that same week!

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org

 


Sat, February 29th
thru
Sat, February 29th

26th Annual Barn Dance & Dinner - Shone Farm

5-10:30pm - All proceeds from ticket sales & Auctions benefit the
Healdsburg Fair & Student Collegiate Scholarships.   Hosts: Fair Board
Directors along with local 4-H & FFA Students.  We've rounded up the
best local talent with our directors cook 'in up delicious appetizers &
NY Strip Steak with all the fix'ins.  An all-star line-up of award winning
wines from local Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley & Russian River
Valley will be available at our no-host bar.  Silent & Live Auctions
will feature local merchandise & gift certificates from our business
& community partners.  Enjoy Live Music & Dancing with local
Country Music star, McKenna Faith.
Must be 21 & older to attend.
Tickets:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4317899.

 


Sun, March 1st
thru
Sun, March 1st

Santa Rosa Lion’s Club - Pancake Breakfast

8-11:30am - There’s more than just pancakes; you’ll drool over the
raffle prizes; like the women’s semi-precious stone necklaces; gadgets
for guys & fun stuff for kids.  Enjoy great eats & support many local
charities too!

Santa Rosa Vets Building


Thu, March 5th
thru
Thu, March 5th

Dine& Donate for Safari West

Please join Jackson's Bar & Oven in supporting

SAFARI WEST
American Association of ZOO KEEPERS

at a Dine & Donate Fundraiser

15% of your Food Purchase will be donated to

SAFARI WEST (excludes alcohol & gift cards).

135 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-6900

 

 

 
 

 


Thu, March 5th
thru
Thu, March 5th

An Evening with Charlie Musslewhite - Healdsburg

7pm/Doors Open, 8pm/Show - With an induction into the Blues Music Hall of Fame, 35 Blues Music Awards (including 3 wins in 2014!) & 11 Grammy nominations (including a 2014 win!), American electric blues harmonica player & bandleader Charlie Musselwhite has truly earned legendary status as one of blues music¹s most important artists.

Admission: $40/General Seating, $75/Circle Front Orchestra.

Presented by the Raven & Heart Space Presents.

Sponsored in part by Healdsburg Tourism Improvement District. 
The Raven
115 North St, Healdsburg

(707) 433-6335

https://www.raventheater.org
 

 

 


Thu, March 5th
thru
Sat, March 14th

Love a la Cart - Healdsburg

A Raven on the Road production - Costeaux Bakery
“It is the journey that counts. Do not be so much in a hurry to get to the end.”
 
A couple meets in a restaurant, fall in love, get married & return to celebrate their 1st meeting every year, where they discover more about themselves,
their dreams, desires & fears.
 
Costeaux Bakery features beautiful 19th century inspired architecture
& a decidedly European flair, an ideal location for an intimate story.
 
Opening Night Bubbly & Sunday Post-Show Discussions:
Join us for opening night of any production & stay afterward for a
celebratory toast to the cast & crew!  Immediately following all
Sunday matinees, members of the cast and crew will return to the
stage to answer your questions
 
Admission:  $28/Adults $25/Senior 65+, $5/Student w/ID.
Thursday Value Night Adults & Senior tickets are 2 for the price of 1!
Please note there is limited seating.  Advance purchase is recommended.
Dates & Times: Mar 5, 8pm (Opening Night Bubbly), Mar 6, 8pm,
Mar 7, 8pm, Mar 12, 8pm (Value Night) | Mar 13, 8pm, Mar 14, 8pm.
Performed at Costeaux French Bakery.
417 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.raventheater.org


 

 

Fri, March 6th
thru
Sun, March 15th

43rd Annual Barrel Tasting - Sonoma County

11am-4pm - TWO WEEKENDS - 3/6-3/8 AND 3/13-3/15.
Many Wineries offer "Futures" on their barrel samples.  This is a great chance to purchase wine now, often at a discount, then come back to th winery when the wine is bottled, typically 12-18 months from now.  Many wines are limited.
Ticket price includes the opportunity to sample wine fromthe barrel & in most cases also trying a limited number of current release wines.  This ins not a Food Pairing event so not all wineries provided food during the event.

http://www.wineroad.com


Sun, March 8th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

3pm - Cinderella - Bullied by her 2 mean step sisters, Cinders’ future looks bleak until her Fairy Godmother casts a spell & sends her to a royal ball, where she connects with the Prince. How will he ever find Cinders when she flees at midnight, leaving behind only a single glass slipper? The Panto Company brings the classic tale to life on stage with original modern songs, more hilarity than you can imagine, and of course a happy ending.

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


Wed, March 25th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Sonoma International Film Festival

http://www.sonomafilmfest.org


Fri, March 27th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Artisan Cheese Festival - Sonoma County

3 full days of cheese pairings, seminars & tastings; farm & producer tours; Cheese, Bites & Booze! (the best bite competition); Bubbles & Brunch
& the highlight of the weekend - the Artisan Cheese Tasting & Marketplace featuring more than 100 vendors where you can try & buy your favorite
cheeses & artisan products to pair with cheese!

(707) 837-1928
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/14th-annual-california-artisan-cheese-festival-tickets-83675075403

 


Sat, March 28th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Exploring Orchids - Santa Rosa

Days/Hours: Sat., 10am-5pm, Sun., 10am-4pm - Free Parking.

Admission: $10/Per Person.  Door Prizes & Raffles.

All are invited to attend our Annual Orchid Show & Plant Sale.

http://www.sonomaordhids.com


Sat, March 28th
thru
Sat, March 28th

Cotati Community Yard Sale

9am-1pm.

Cotati Room, 216 Est School St.
(Behind City Hall)

(707) 795-5508
http://www.cotati.org


Wed, April 1st

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series

6:30pm - Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical.

Whatever you do, don’t let The Pigeon star in his own musical production! Because it’s not easy being The Pigeon– you never get to do ANYTHING!  But when the Bus Driver has a crisis that threatens to make her passengers (gasp!) late, maybe that wily bird CAN do something.  Starring an innovative mix of actors, puppets, songs & feathers, Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! (The Musical) is sure to get everyone’s wings flapping. 

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


Tue, April 7th
thru
Tue, December 8th

1st Market of the Season - Windsor

Windsor Farmers Market officially opens for the Season.

Sundays, April 7th to Dec 8th, 10am- 1pm
Thursdays, May 30th to Sept 5th (excludes July 4th), 5-8pm

Windsor Town Green
https://windsorfarmersmarket.com


Sat, April 11th

BOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD - Green Music Center

6:30pm/Pre-Concert Talk, 7:30/Show.
A JOURNEY THROUGH HINDI CINEMA LIVE
Tickets: Starting at $25.

The vibrancy, emotion & heart-pounding beat of Hindi cinema comes to the stage with Bollywood Boulevard.  Dance, live music, storytelling & stunning visuals join together to create a non-stop journey though over 100 years of Bollywood. Moving from the era of black & while films to today, the music, costumes, choreography & artwork reflect the essence of each time period.
(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Sun, April 12th
thru
Sun, April 12th

Easter Sunday Brunch - Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor


Sat, April 25th
thru
Sun, April 26th

31st Passport to Dry Creek Valley

Featuring Wine Country at peak springtime perfection. 
Passport weekend includes Food & Wine Pairings, New Releases,
Meet & Talk w/ Winemakers, Vineyard Tours, Views & so much more!

https://www.drycreekvalley.org/events/passport-dry-creek-valley/


Sun, April 26th
thru
Sun, April 26th

Rember When Rock was young - Elton John Tribute

Symphony POPS Series - Starring Craig A. Meyer, Paino & Vocalist.
Celebrate decades of chart-topping hits & brings to life his amazin music.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(7070  546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Fri, May 1st
thru
Sun, May 3rd

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
http://www.svauthorsfet.org


Sat, May 2nd
thru
Sat, May 2nd

Derby after Dark - Santa Rosa

6pm - Champagne & Oysters, Martinins & Gaming, Raffle & Auction,
Dinner & Dancing.
Proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels + Council on Aging.

Derby attire - Hats, Fasinators Contest.

Hyatt Regency, Santa Rosa
http://www.councilonaging.com/derby


Tue, May 12th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

6:30pm - Dog Man: The Musical

Best buds George & Harold have been creating comics for years, but now that they’re in 5th grade, they figure it’s time to level up & write a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the crime-biting sensation who is part dog, part man & ALL HERO!!

How hard could it be? With the head of a dog & the body of a policeman, Dog Man loves to fight crime & chew on the furniture. But while trying his best to be a good boy, can he save the city from Flippy the cyborg fish & his army of Beasty Buildings? Can he catch Petey, the world’s most evil cat, who has cloned himself to exact revenge on the doggy do-gooder? And will George & Harold finish their show before lunchtime?? Find out in this epic musical adventure featuring the hilarity & heart of Dav Pilkey’s beloved characters.

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


Sun, May 17th
thru
Sun, May 17th

Bloomin' Backyards Gardens Tour

9:30am-4pm - Recognized experts will be on hand to demonstrate
& answer questions.

http://www.sonomamg.ucanr.edu


Thu, May 21st
thru
Sat, May 23rd

71st Annual Twilight Parade - Healdsburg

http://healdsburgfair.org/


Sat, May 23rd
thru
Sat, May 23rd

CASA goes Caribbean - Sebastopol

4-9pm -- CASA's Annual Fundraiser.

Dining, Live Auction & Raffles, Music, Tastings from many of
Sonoma County's best wineries.  Steel drums bringing the Caribbean flavor!
Support the CASA Program & its mission to advocate for positive futures
& outcomes for Sonoma County's abused & neglected children.

Vine Hill House
3601 Vine Hill Rd., Sebastopol
http://www.sonomacasa.org

 


Thu, June 4th
thru
Sat, June 6th

Flatbed Music Festival - Sebastopol

Designed to honor the diverse musical heritage of west county.

Featuring a mix of genres — Americana, Singer-Songwriters, Blues &
Jazz — & a lineup of Sonoma-grown Musicians on 10 intimate stages in Sebastopol, including one on the back of a flatbed truck.

The Flatbed Music Festival will benefit Play It Forward, a music organization
in Santa Rosa that provides musical instruments & private music lessons to children in the community who couldn’t otherwise afford them.

 

https://www.flatbedfestival.com

 

 

 

 

 


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