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Today
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Mon, September 30th

Stamp out Stigma Iniative

Every day, millions of Americans live with mental illness or addiction.
But fear of stigma & feelings of isolation keep many people from seeking
the help they need.  With the right help & support, people can recover to
lead happier, healthier lives.  Treatment is available & recovery is possible,
but overcoming stigma is a critical first step.  You’re not alone.

http://www.StampOutStigma.com/Recovery


Today
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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

 


Today
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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
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Sun, September 22nd

Little Shop of Horrors - Petaluma

Cinnabar Theater

(707) 763-8920
http://www.cinnabartheater.org


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


Today
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Thu, September 19th

CBD Myths & Misconceptions - Santa Rosa

Speaker Series.
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 525-0143 x146

http://www.councilonaging.com


Today
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Thu, September 19th

'Oildale’ Movie Screening to Benefit SC Veterans

7-9pm - An aspiring country singer & her younger brother befriend
3 homeless veterans who, in turn, help the siblings in ways they would
not have imagined.  Thus begins “Oildale,” a new independent motion picture about the emotional & financial challenges often faced by veterans after they return home from war.  As part of their Heartland Tour across America, the filmmakers are donating half of all ticket proceeds to local organizations that provide supportive services to veterans.  The filmmakers have partnered with
the Santa Rosa chapter of Veterans Resource Centers of America (“VRC”),
where half of all proceeds from ticket sales will be donated.

Rialto Cinemas, Sebastopol

https://rialtocinemas.com/index.php?location=sebastopol&film=2019_oildale


Today
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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

 


Today
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Sun, September 22nd

Body Awareness - Mainstage West, Sebastopol

A Comedy by Annie Baker, Co-Directed by John Shilington
& Janine Sternlieb

104 North Main St., Sebastopol

(707) 823-0177
http://www.mainstagewest.com


Today
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Sun, September 29th

Arsenic And Old Lace - Healdsburg

"You see, insanity runs in my family. It practically gallops!"

Mortimer Brewster’s ordinary world is turned upside down when he
discovers that his dear aunts have been poisoning lonely old men for years!  When Mortimer’s maniacal brother, Jonathan returns on the night the aunts were planning to bury the newest victim, Mortimer must rally to help his aunts & protect his fiancé -- all while trying to keep his own sanity.

Dates & Time:
Sept 19 8pm (Value Night Half Price), Sep 20 8pm,
Sept 21 8pm,  Sep 22 2pm, Sep 27 8pm, Sep 28 8pm,  Sep 29 2pm.

Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-6335

http://mobile.raventheater.org/event.php?event_id=972


Today
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Thu, September 19th

‘Oildale’ Movie Screening Benefit

7-9pm - An aspiring country singer & her younger brother befriend
3 homeless veterans who, in turn, help the siblings in ways they would
not have imagined. Thus begins “Oildale,” a new independent motion picture about the emotional & financial challenges often faced by veterans after they return home from war.

 

The premiere & encore raised funds for the Wounded Heroes Fund of
Kern County to provide support & appreciation for veterans returning
to civilian life.  As part of their Heartland Tour across America,
the filmmakers are donating half of all ticket proceeds to local
organizations that provide supportive services to veterans.
Rialto Cinemas, Sebastopol
https://rialtocinemas.com/index.php?location=sebastopol&film=2019_oildale


Today
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Sun, October 20th

The Great Outdoor Exhibit - Healdsburg

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

Healdsburg Center for the Artts

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


Today

Unauthorized Rolling Stones - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Concerts under the Stars!
911 Village Ct.,
http://www.mvshops.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
Mon, November 4th

Sonoma County Library Events

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


Today
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. 19 & 20, 27 & 28

(Doors open at 7:30)
Sunday 2pm: September 21

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

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


Today
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Sun, November 10th

Wine Roots of Healdsburg

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


Today
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Fri, September 27th

Art on Immigration & Dissolving Boundaries

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
 

Today
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
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Fri, October 18th

Friday Night Bash - Artisan Alley

5-8pm - (9/20 & 10/18) - Each Business offering tastings & sales of Wine,
Spirits, Cider & Beer.  Food Truck & Games on site.

http://www.artisanalleywindsor.com


Fri, September 20th
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Fri, September 20th

POW ~ MIA Recognition Day

10am - Presentationa of Flag, National Anthem, Explanation
of Missing Man Table.
Guest Spearks : Stephen Gale (Representing U.S. Congressman
Mike Thompson),
Shirlee Zane (Sonoma County Supervisor),
Gary Greenough (Vietnam Veteran),
Mike McGuire (California Senator).

Santa Rosa Memorial Park
1900 Frnaklin Ave., Santa Rosa

 


Fri, September 20th
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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
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Fri, September 20th

Open Studio - Fulton Crossing

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

 

 


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, November 15th

FREE Lacrosse Clinics

Day/Time: 5:30-6:30pm - (9/20, 10/4, 10/18, 11/1, & 11/15).
These free clinics are open to all K-8th grade Boys & Girls.
No experience is needed.  We provide equipment to borrow to
anyone new to the game of lacrosse.
The SSU Women's Lacrosse Team will also be coming out to volunteer
at our clinics as well.
M Park, Rohnert Park
http://www.rancholax.org

Fri, September 20th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

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


Fri, September 20th
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Sat, September 28th

Oliver's Windsor Tavern Event Calendar - September

Oliver’s Market Windsor & the Tavern Off The Green
9230 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor
(707) 687-2050

http://www.oliversmarket.com

 

Tavern Friday Wine and Beer Events:

Friday, Sept 20, 5-7pm - St. Francis Winery ($2 Fee)

Friday, Sept 27, 5-7pm - Meet the Brewery: Old Possume Brewing ($1 Off Old Possum Pints)

Tavern Live Music Calendar:
EVERY FRIDAY - 11:30am–2:30pm  - Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd

Saturday, Sept 21, 4-6pm  – Blue Doria

Saturday, Sept 28, 4-6pm – JP Soden


Fri, September 20th
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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
Sat, September 21st

Wheel of Fortune - Be a Contestant - Rohnert Park

Audtions are being hosted at:

Graton Resore & Casino
https://www.pressdemocrat.com/entertainment/10041356-181/wheel-of-fortune-coming-to?sba=AAS&artslide=0


Fri, September 20th
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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
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Sat, September 21st

Earle Baum Center Celebrates 20th Anniversary

10am-3pm - The event is accessible for all ages & will provide an opportunity to
get to know EBC neighbors & experience how access, connections &
community transforms lives.  Earle Baum Center is an innovative,
nonprofit community & learning hub where people living with sight
loss & people who are blind regain confidence, master new skills; 
& engage with technology & others to make vital, lifelong connections
to lead happy, productive lives.

4539 Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa

http://www.earlebaum.org


Sat, September 21st
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Sat, September 21st

ART for LIFE -Sebastopol

2-6pm - Support Face-to-Face/Sonoma County AIDS Network in
their mission to end HIV in the North Bay & get some fine art.

Including original paintings, photography, pottery, drawings,
sculpture & jewelry from hundreds of generous donators.
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 544-1581


Sat, September 21st
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Sun, September 22nd

Aloha Festival - Napa

12th Annual event covering 2-day.  Includes: live music & dance from the Hawaiian & Polynesian Communities, Hawaiian Food & Arts & Crafts.  *Bring a canned food for donation.

Napa Valley Expo
575 Third St., Napa
http://www.nvalohafest.org


Sat, September 21st
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Sat, September 21st

Fall Equinox Cultural Festival

3pm - Featuring Onye & The Messengers, James Ichitey & Roberto Navarro, Amadou Camara, Midnight Sun, La Agencia & Dj Yuka Yu.

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4352116

Location: Arlene Francis Center

Phone: 7072916620


Sat, September 21st
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Sat, September 21st

3rd Wheel Singles Night - Santa Rosa

8-11pm - If you’re a couple & have that “third wheel” single friend . . . .
this is the perfect event for you all! Singles are welcome & not required
to bring their “coupled” friends though!

Join us for cornhole, ping pong & DJ Dancing!  We’ll have some
appetizers & drink specials too!  We will play an optional mingling game
with a prize for the winner(s).  Fee:  $10/Per Person.
Coyote Sonoma
44 Mill St., Healdsburg

https://www.meetup.com/Society-Three-Social-Singles-Over-40/events/264787954/

 


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
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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
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Sat, September 21st

2019 Youth Summit

The Sonoma County Black Forum with Sonoma State University’s Black Student Union proudly hosts the second annual Youth Summit on Saturday, September 21st. The Summit will take place at Sonoma State University, Ballroom A, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. It is open to high school students, grades 9-12. Throughout the day, students will have an opportunity to organize, network, and to prepare for their future. The Summit agenda includes interactive workshops, performances, and keynote speaker George Hofstetter of George Hofstetter Technologies, Inc. George is an 18 year-old college freshman, a business entrepreneur, computer programmer, big brother, and mentor. Interactive workshops will include a variety of topics such as financial literacy, transitioning from high school to college, career choices, coding basics, and a lot more. There will be a college fair with representatives from a variety of colleges and universities.  Free breakfast snacks and lunches provided to all student attendees. Free admission for students, parents, guardians, youth advocates and the general public. Free round trip bus transportation will be provided departing from Santa Rosa High School.The Sonoma County Black Forum is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization formed in August 2017 with a vision to support, train, and educate the youth in Sonoma County. 

Location: Sonoma State University

Website: http://sonomacountyblackforum.weebly.com

Phone: 707 235-1965


Sat, September 21st
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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
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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
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Sat, September 21st

Sonoma Goods Band - Geyser Peak Winery

12:30-3pm - Calling all wine & classic rock enthusiasts!

Bring a picnic lunch, buy a bottle of wine & enjoy some tunes on the
lawn or our beautiful Tasting Room deck.
Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets
& beach umbrellas.  Admission: $10/Per Person.
(707) 857-2500
http://www.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
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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
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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
http://kzst.com/assets/event_submissions/1563553738_81.jpg


Sat, September 21st
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Sat, November 23rd

Willowside Fall Plant Sale - Santa Rosa

9am-2pm - Saturdays - 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
 
 

Sun, September 22nd
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Sun, September 22nd

Autumn Equinox Hike - Glen Ellen

8:30am - The Sonoma Ecology Center will host a Free Hike at the
Calabazas Creek Open Space.

This strenuous hike with substantial elevation gain will be on
established trails.  Bring water & lunch & be prepared for that
day's weather.  There is a shallow water crossing.

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4306757


Sun, September 22nd
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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
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Sun, September 22nd

Peter Welker Sextet , featuring Deborah Winters

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 22nd
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Sun, September 22nd

A Peacetown Celebration - Sebastopol

1-6pm - A Free Day of MUSIC, SPEAKERS, POETRY & FUN! - with
Community Organizations, Yoga, Body Workers, Food & Drink - all
of us sharing friendship, Conversation, Information & Celebration!

PEACE STARTS IN OUR HEARTS!
Sebastopol Community Center
http://www.peacetown.org


Sun, September 22nd
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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/

 

 


Mon, September 23rd
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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, September 23rd
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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, September 23rd
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Fri, October 25th

Operation: We Got Your Six - Sonoma County

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


Mon, September 23rd
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Tue, December 31st

Get Involved, Make a Difference - ReSTYLE

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


Tue, September 24th
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Tue, October 8th

Drawing: In, Out & About - Healdsburg

An ongoing, after-school series in the Winter, Spring & Fall with
instructor Kelly Ebeling.  Students develop & hone their rendering
skills through direct observation of the natural world. 


Each session offers a fun project or two & there are no repeated projects throughout the series.
6-weeks of drawing with Kelly Ebeling for 9-15 year olds.
TUESDAYS, 3:30–5pm  (6 sessions: Sept. 3 – Oct. 8).
Full series: $150.
  $34/Single day drop-in.
Healdsburg Center for the Arts
1557 Healdsburg Ave.,
(707) 431-1970
https://healdsburgcenterforthearts.org/in-out-and-about/


 

 


Tue, September 24th
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Mon, December 16th

East Side Farmers Market - Petaluma

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


Tue, September 24th
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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


Tue, September 24th
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Tue, September 24th

Fundraiser at Guerneville's Rainbow Cattle Company

6-8 pm - Join OCA’s Gallery Committee for the Rainbow Cattle Company’s Give Back Tuesday! $5/Dinner Buffet, Raffle & Bar Sales all benefit the OCA Gallery.
?16220 Main St., Guerneville
(707) 869-0206
 

 

Tue, September 24th
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Tue, September 24th

Women & Wealth - Santa Rosa

11:30am AND  6pm.

Guest Sponsor & Speaker: Rebecca Felton Co-Sponsor: Dominick McPeake, CIMA
Chief Risk Officer Regional Manager
Riverfront Investment Group, LLC Lord Abbett

Hosted By: Pam Kezer, Financial Advisor
Toni Sprouse, Family Wealth Advisor, Financial Advisor

Union Hotel
280 Mission Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95409

RSVP:  (707) 571-5716


 


Wed, September 25th

Community Farmers Market - Santa Rosa

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


Wed, September 25th

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, September 25th
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Wed, September 25th

VOENA Comes to Cotati - FREE Rehearsal

The world renowned children's choir VOENA is coming to Sonoma County. Join us 9/25 to learn more about the multi-cultural a capella group that has been reinventing the children's choir since 1994. Children's ages 5-12 are invited to join in the first rehearsal on 9/25 FREE. Rehearsal will be held 4:00pm-4:45pm. Following the rehearsal 4:45pm-5:15pm, the children are welcome to stay and participate in the VOENA Rhythm Makers class where they will learn to celebrate rhythm and percussion using African djembe patterns, percussion instruments, clapping patterns, and dance movement.Use the following link to RSVP for this FREE rehearsalhttps://forms.gle/mvexKrYMx8vr2UwNA.

Location: Church of the Oaks, 175 Page Street, Cotati, CA 94931

Website: www.voena.org

Phone: 707-280-0571


Thu, September 26th
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Thu, September 26th

Annual Community Event & Business Showcase

4-8pm - Hosted by The Mark West Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center.

Enjoy a Community Faire with Games & Activities for Kids & Adults,
Silent Auction, Rebuild & Public Services Information, Food &
Wine Sampling, Grand Raffle & representatives from our amazing
Local Businesses.

 

You might win 1 of 4 $200 Raffle Prizes donated by local businesses
- you don’t have to be present to win!  Silent Auction with proceeds
supporting our impacted Mark West community & things to keep the
whole family happy, like a jumpy house, dunk tank, hula hoops &
cake walk.  Adults will enjoy free Wine & Beer Tasting & everyone can try
the food from our local businesses, like Molsberry’s Market.

Lobby & Pation of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa


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
Fri, September 27th

Recovery Resource Fair - Santa Rosa

1-2:30pm - Please join us as we celebrate that recovery in all of its forms is possible! Network with others in recovery & meet representatives from community providers including, NAMI, SMART Recovery, LifeRing, Refuge Recovery, Face to Face, Santa Rosa Treatment Program, The Peer Education & Training Program, The Behavioral Health Coop & The Wellness & Advocacy Center.


Each September, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health service administration (SAMHSA) sponsors Recovery Month to increase awareness & understanding of mental & substance use disorders & to celebrate the people who recover.
This year’s theme is, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger.”

Self-Help Center
1033 4th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-4481

http://www.interlinkselfhelpcenter.org

 

 

 

 


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
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Sat, September 28th

SonoMusette - Occidental

8pm - This exciting Sonoma county-based ensemble features vocalist extraordinaire Mimi Pirard, with Robert Lunceford on Accordion,
Jan Martinelli on Piano & Bass, Issac Vandeveer, Guitar/Bass &
Richard Andrews on Drums.  Inspired by Piaf, Brel, Trenet & Django.

Tickets: $20/Advance, $23/Door.  Cabaret & concert seating.
Fine refreshments.  Wheelchair accessible.This concert may sell out, so get your advance admission early!
(707)  874-9392
3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sat, September 28th

Coffey Strong BINGO - Santa Rosa

7-10pm - Come enjoy a game of bingo that will be hosted by Coffey Strong!
$20/Advance, $25/Door (CASH ONLY PLEASE)
First come first serve. Doors open at 6:45.
Admission includes 24 chances to win Prizes & a FREE dauber!
Beer & Wine for Sale (proceeds benefit Coffey Strong)
Limited food menu available. (20% of proceeds benefit Coffey Strong)

This is a community event with FUN, Food, Beverage, Prizes & Drawings!
Why & Where the Money Goes:
Coffey Strong is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization formed out of the
necessity to bring our community of Coffey Park closer together after thousands of our residents either lost their homes or suffered losses
as a result of the Tubbs fire in Oct. of 2017.


As our neighborhood rebuilds, we strive to fill many needs. From
supplemental financial aid for certain projects that may slip through
the cracks to social gatherings & informational workshops, your money
will go towards something deemed important by us; the residents of Coffey Park. We make friendship & community wellness a priority.


Here are some of the goals we have as an organization:
In partnership with the City of SR & the SR Parks Foundation, restore
& rebuild Coffey Neighborhood Park for our children.

Restore landscaping at the entrance to Coffey Park & other
common areas.
Fund a “Welcome Wagon” program to welcome back
residents to Coffey Park
.
Work together with neighbors to be better prepared for emergencies
& to keep our neighborhood safe
Host events, informational meetings
& workshops on topics that help homeowners with rebuilding & build
a stronger community
. Keep our website, newsletter & information systems
up to date
.

Epicenter
3215 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa

Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coffey-strong-bingo-tickets-70729524913

 


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sun, September 29th

Wings Over Wine Country Airshow - Santa Rosa

9am-5pm - The RCAF Snowbirds are returning for 2019!!!
Also thrilled to have the A10 “Warthog” demonstration & Heritage Flight
as well as aerobatic demonstrations, static exhibits, GREAT Food, Craft Beer & Wine!

  • U.S. Air Force Academy Wings of Blue Skydiving Team
  • World class civilian aerobatic performers
  • Fly-bys of historic WWII Aircraft
  • Walk through the U.S. Air Force C-17 transport
  • Tour the aircraft collection of the Pacific Coast Air Museum
  • Static display Aircraft presented by the Experimental Aircraft Association, Santa Rosa chapter
  • President’s club seating available
  • Wine & Beer Garden
  • Great food
  • Fun for the whole family
Tickets: $25/Adult, $20/Senior, $10/Youth 10-17, Free/Kids 10 & under.
Free/Active Duty Military personnel with ID card

Presented by the Pacific Coast Air Museum.

https://wingsoverwinecountry.org/


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sun, September 29th

Sonoma County Philharmonic

Program features works from Brahms & Beethoven.
Jackson Theater
Sonoma Country Day School
4400 Day School Place, Santa Rosa
http://www.socophil.org


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sat, September 28th

Family Safety Fair - Healdsburg

9am-2pm - the Healdsburg Kiwanis Club will host a Family Safety Fair sponsored by Kiwanis, Wine Country to the Rescue, SoFi & Corazon Healdsburg.

With a wide range of public safety agencies present, virtually
every topic of interest to the public will be covered along with
a variety of activities that will be fun for the entire family.

Healdsburg Community Center
1557 Healdsburg Ave.,

http://www.healdsburgkiwanis.org


Sat, September 28th
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Sat, September 28th

Mary Ellen Hannibal - Quarrryhill Botanical Garden

5pm/Gates Open, 5:30pm/Lecture begins.

Author & avid Citizen Scientist, Mary Ellen will discuss 
Searching for Heroes & Hope in an Age of Extinction.”
and the drivers of extinction & how citizen science today is
uniquely situated to provide the platform for making the changes
necessary to grapple with the biggest issue not just of our time,
but of all time.

Admission: $25/Members, $35/Non-Members.
Refreshments will be available for purchase.
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/summerspeakerseries.html.


Sat, September 28th
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Sat, September 28th

4th Annual Foundations & The Future - Sebastopol

10am-6pm - A day of education, celebration & dialogue - intended to acknowledge, celebrate & lift up leaders who are women identified, trans,
queer, Indigenous, Black, people of color & whose identities intersect
& transcend these categories.  All humans are welcome to participate! 
The day will focus on nurturing connections to strengthen our collective
movement through dialogue weaving together policy, advocacy, justice,
art & farming.  Come hear powerful speakers, eat delicious food,
enjoy the best of Sonoma County beverages, hear live music &
take in the art show!

Tickets are all-inclusive & available in advance on a sliding
scale ($30-$75, no one turned away for lack of funds.

https://foundationsandthefuture.wordpress.com/

Hosted at Red H Farm @ The Permaculture Skills Center
2185 Gravenstein Hwy., South, Sebastopol
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4284399


Sat, September 28th

Pride & Joy - Montgomery Village

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


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sat, September 28th

73rd Annual Harvest Festival - Petaluma

10am-3pm - Join us for a day of fun & shopping! Homemade: Quilts,
Crafts, Baked Goods, Local Fresh Produce, Raffle & Silent Auction, 4-H
Animals to visit & pet!  Chicken BBQ 11am-2pm - $15/Per Person

(BBQ Chicken, Homemade Potatoes Salad, local Tomatoes, Beans, Roll,
Beverage & Dessert!)

Two Rock Valley Prebyterian Church
7063 Bodega Ave., Petaluma

(707) 971-9598


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sat, September 28th

1st Annual Fundraiser - Kenwood

6-10pm - Please join us in a fundraiser to benefit the work the
Foundation is doing for individuals & families that have suffered trauma.
Serving families & individuals in the North Bay & Sonoma County
for some time, whether it be survivors of trauma or victims of the
wild fires of 2017.  Since the North Bay was the “protected space” where
the Dugard family experienced their recovery process, we are expanding
this program to be able to serve many more of those local
families/individuals who can use our services.  These services vary
according to the specific needs in each situation, some are intense
workshops, others are therapeutic services spanning a longer period of time.  This program is essential to keeping our communities healthy & united.
In order to expand this program for “Trauma & Resiliency” we need funds.

Even if you cannot attend our 1st annual fundraiser, there is still a way to help fund our program for Trauma & Resiliency!  Please visit the website.

AN EVENING FILLED WITH A FAMILY STYLE DINNER BY PREFERRED SONOMA CATERERS, SILENT & LIVE AUCTION & KEYNOTE SPEAKER JAYCEE DUGARD FOLLOWED BY MUSIC & DANCING BROUGHT TO YOU BY A BELOVED SONOMA COUNTY BAND.

Kunde Winery, Kenwood,
https://www.jaycfoundationevent.org/


Sat, September 28th
thru
Sat, September 28th

Rock Sober Fest - Petaluma

3-9pm - Skip the alcohol, enjoy the MUSIC!
Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds, Petaluma
Gardnway Lawn & Stage
(415) 578-0125
http://www.rocksoberfest.org


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
thru
Sat, September 28th

The Adventure Pinot

1-4pm - Showcasing all things Pinot from The Family Coppola.
Explore our portfolio at different wine stations!  Taste through
Pinot Noirs & Pinot Grigio from all over California, as well as Pinot
Gris & Pinot Noir from our new winery in Oregon & of course, sparkling wines!

In addition to wine, enjoy delicious Food from 3 of our restaurants - Cafe Zoetrope, Rustic & Wero, plus Live Music!  A souvenir wine glass is included
with your ticket, and each of the wines will be available for purchase in
our pop-up Pinot Store with a special day of discount!

Virginia Dare Winery
(707) 735-3517

https://www.virginiadarewinery.com/en/visit-us/winery-events

 

 

 

 


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
thru
Sun, September 29th

Spaghetti Feed - Kenwood

3-6pm - Fundraiser for Kenwood School 6th Grade.

Tickets: $15/Adults, $10/Youth, Free/Kids 3 & under.
The Maple Ringer

Email:
KristinLamar03@gmail.com


Sun, September 29th
thru
Sun, September 29th

Sugarloaf 50th Anniversary

3:30pm - Start with scenic & historic 1mile walk to Sugarloaf's southern
neighbor, enjoy waterside cocktails & and evening BBQ high in the
Mayacamas surrounded by vineyards & serenaded by local musicians. 
Followed by by a post-dinner hike back to park.
Flashlights will be provided.  Non-Hiker shuttle available.
Cost: $250/Per Person.

http://www.sugarloafpark.org/thacher.


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
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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
thru
Sun, September 29th

Wellness Explorium

1-4pm - Do you dream of a healthier you? Songbird's local practitioners and vendors can help you navigate the maze of wellness options and guide you back to body, mind, and spirit wellbeing. Enjoy mini healing sessions, talks, demos and wellness products for PTSD, stress, depression, pain, anxiety and much more. All ages are welcome. Free to attend. Small fee for some services. Go to our Facebook page for more information, https://www.facebook.com/events/875831919467165/. We will help you discover, create, and maintain your personal path to wellbeing. Join us for hypnotherapy, energy healing, facial massage, yoga, sound healing, aromatherapy, oracle card readings and more.

Location: 8299 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati

Website: https://www.songbirdcenter.org/

Phone: 707-242-6634


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

Metaphysical Bible Study with Rev. Larry & Paula

Join in a deep exploration and discussion of Bible stories from the Christian scriptures. Explore the profound and deep meaning found in the Bible's metaphors and symbols. Discover the universal and timeless meaning of these ancient myths and how they relate to our lives today. Rev. Larry and Paula promise you will be astonished how your understanding and experience of scripture will be lifted much higher as a result of seeing these stories through the lens of metaphysical interpretation. Workshop fee is $25.

Location: Unity of Santa Rosa, 4857 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa CA 95403

Website: https://unityofsantarosa.com/events/

Phone: 707-542-7729


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

http://kzst.com/assets/event_submissions/1564000445_93.jpg


Thu, October 3rd
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Thu, October 3rd

Speakeasy: Poetry and Music

6:30-8:30pm - Featuring Caroline Goodwin, Poet-Laureate of
San Mateo County, author of Trapline, Peregrine, The Paper Tree
& Custody of the Eyes.
  Also featuring Singer/songwriter from Brazil,
Ben Roots performing original songs from his album, Ben Roots
.

Followed by Open Mic.  FREE All age groups welcome.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa

Thu, October 3rd
thru
Fri, November 22nd

The Other Me: Masks That Reveal - Santa Rosa

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

Opening Reception Friday October 4  5-8pm
An exhibit featuring creative interpretations of masks, artwork based
on masks, masquerade, alter-ego, secret identities & concealment.
Masks are a universal & timeless invention, used throughout the world &
in almost every culture to channel the powers of gods or nature, for
protection, concealment & to invoke fear or ecstasy.  When placed before
our face they serve as shields, allowing the wearer freedom of expression, 
liberating the wearer from inhibition, beguiling & enticing the viewer.
Or they may be used to conceal & protect one's true self.
 
The ancient Greeks called masks ekstasis, which means to stand outside
oneself.  We observe ourselves in the mirror.  Our own face fascinates us, questioning whether what we see reflected back is reality, or a projection,
a persona, an alter-ego behind which we hide. 
Artists in this show reveal
who we are behind our public faces by creating masks, self-portraits & wearable art.
Artists & Supporters are encouraged to come to the reception in costumes.
(SOFA Arts District First Friday Open Studios)
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A Street, Santa Rosa
 

Fri, October 4th
thru
Fri, October 4th

Meet Local ARTISTS - Santa Rosa

The ART TRAILS PREVIEW SHOW:

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

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

 


Fri, October 4th
thru
Thu, October 31st

Pumpkin Patch - Santa Rosa

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

A Family Farm full of FUN!

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

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

 

 


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
Sun, October 6th

OUTwatch – Wine Country’s LGBTQI Film Festival

An exciting Festival is planned, featuring 8 important films.
Festival Passes: $85.   Each Film: $12/Per Person.

Rialto Cinemas
6868 McKinley Street, Sebastopol
(707) 938-0761
http://www.outwatchfilmfest.org


Fri, October 4th
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Fri, October 4th

1st Friday Live: SambaNoma! - Occidental

7:30pm - An exciting ensemble of accomplished local jazz musicians
that play an eclectic mix of Brazilian Music & original works -
expect Jazzy tunes by Tonhino Horta, Joao Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascual, Gerry Mulligan, Airto Moreira & of course Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Enjoy a Friday night out at our acoustic sweet spot, with cabaret
seating & fine refreshments
.
  $15/Door.

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

 
 




 
 

Fri, October 4th
thru
Sun, October 13th

The Good Doctor - SRJC

 

A Neil Simon’s comedic dramatization of a series of short stories
written by Anton Chekov.

The satirical story follows a blocked writer (Chekov imaginably) who
shares his frustration through a series of human condition stories,
including tales of dental phobia, financial anxiety & chasing dreams.


Due to Adult Content, the show is recommended for ages 13 & up.

$4/Parking Permit is required.
Showtimes are:
October 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12 at 8pm.

October 6, 12, 13 at 2pm.
Newman Auditorium in Emeritus Hall, Santa Rosa campus

https://theatrearts.santarosa.edu/buy-tickets-online

 

 

 


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
thru
Sat, October 5th

Community Yard Sale - Windsor

8:30am-1pm -  100% of proceeds will be donated to Parks &
Recreation Youth Scholarship Fund.

Huerta Gym
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor
http://www.townofwindsor.com/registration


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
thru
Mon, October 7th

: Santa Rosa Symphony concert "Unmasking the Stars

 

Oct. 5, 2019 at 7:30pm (Doors 6pm, Pre-concert talk 6:30-7pm)

(Discovery Open Rehearsal, Saturday, Oct. 5, at 2pm – Doors 1pm, no talk)

Oct. 6, 2019 at 3pm (Doors 1:30pm, Pre-concert talk 2-2:30pm)

Oct. 7, 2019 at 7:30pm (Doors 6pm, Pre-concert talk 6:30-7pm)

COST:  $24-$87.  FREE tickets for youth, ages 7-17. 
1
FREE ticket per youth 7-17 with each paid adult ticket to a
Classical Series concert.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University

(707) 546-8742,
http://www.srsymphony.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

Sonoma County Archives Crawl - Sconoma County

11am-4pm - October is National Archives Month, which serves as the
inspiration for the first Sonoma County Archives Crawl – an event
designed to celebrate archives & encourage visitors to explore & engage
with institutions that collect archival material.  The SC History & Genealogy Library is just one of several organizations participating.  Please stop by &
check out pop up exhibits featuring recent donations from the
Historical Society of Santa Rosa, Pedersen’s Furniture & others.
Local history quizzes & a scavenger hunt are planned. Maps, historic
photos & treasures from the SC Archives will be on display.
Staff will be on hand to discuss preservation issues, how to teach with primary resources & offer research tips & tricks.

https://www.facebook.com/events/512597569492443/

 


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

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


Sat, October 5th
thru
Sat, October 5th

Pinot on the River - Healdsburg

11am-3pm - A day of Pinot Noir.  Enjoy over 100 wineries plus guest Artisan
Food Vendors in Santa Rosa on Old Court House Square
Proceeds benefit the efforts of Sonoma County Pride.


Sun, October 6th
thru
Sun, October 6th

Blessing of the Animals - Santa Rosa

2-5pm - A Fundraising event supporting The Humane Society.
Bring your best furry friend & join us for a fun-filled afternoon to
raise money.  Dogs, cats, birds, turtles, hamsters & well-mannered
pets of all shapes & sizes are welcome.  Proceeds from the silent auction,
raffle & wine by the glass sales will be donated to the Humane Society
of Sonoma County.  Complimentrary Admission

St. Francis Winery Tasting Room
100Pythian Rd., Santa Rosa
888-675-WINE

http://www.stfranciswinery.com


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


Sun, October 6th
thru
Sun, April 26th

The Chamber Music Concert Series - SRJC

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

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

 


Sun, October 6th
thru
Sun, October 6th

Feast Above The River - Guerneville

A dining experience like none other, on the Guerneville
Bridge above the beautiful Russian River.

(707) 869-9000

http://www.RussianRiver.com


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


Wed, October 9th
thru
Wed, October 9th

Let’s Talk About Death: Film & Discussion Evening

6:30-9:pm - Local non-profit Final Passages continues its monthly series with the October film: What They Had starring Blythe Danner, Hilary Swank, Robert Forster & Michael Shannon.  Inspired by the director’s experience with her grandmother’s Alzheimer’s, What They Had looks at the joy amid the challenges for the entire family.
 

Bridget (Swank) returns to her family home in Chicago when her brother (Shanon) asks her to help care for her mother (Danner), who has Alzheimer’s. We see a couple who have a close bond formed over decades, but they are losing what they had as her memory fades.  The children think that she needs to be in a home, but their father (Forster) refuses & insists on continuing to care for her himself.  Excellent performances from the entire cast examining a family who each want only the best for the mother & father, but with different ideas about how to accomplish that.  Donation: $5-$15/Door.

Sebastopol Grange Hall
6000 Sebastopol Rd (Hwy 12), Sebastopol

 


Thu, October 10th
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Pumpkin Nights - Santa Rosa

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

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

https://www.pumpkinnights.com/

 


Thu, October 10th
thru
Thu, October 10th

Latino Helath Forum - Rohnert Park

7:30am-4:30pm.

SSU - Study Center Grand Ballroom
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park

(707) 953-8532
 


Thu, October 10th
thru
Thu, October 10th

Business Showcase & Community Resource Fair

4-7pm - Get to Downtown Healdsburg

Healdsburg Square
 


Thu, October 10th
thru
Thu, October 10th

AL SCARDINO -

Tickets: $20 Available on Eventbrite

Location: Petaluma Valley Hospital - Groverman Hall

Phone: 707-321-6145


Thu, October 10th
thru
Tue, November 12th

Jewish Film Festival

Show Schedule:

The Keeper - Oct. 10, 1pm & 7pm,
Sustainable Nation - Oct. 17, 1pm & 7pm,
Bye Bye Germany - Oct. 23, 1pm & 7pm,
Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas: A Short Film Series - Oct. 29, 1pm & 7pm,
Fiddler on the Roof - Nov. 13, 1pm & 7pm,
Abe - Nov., 12, 1pm & 7pm.

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


Thu, October 10th

Matt Mauser's Tribute to Sinantra

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


Fri, October 11th
thru
Thu, October 31st

Blind Scream Haunted House - Santa Rosa

2 Hunted Houses under 1 roof!  The Last Ride!

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

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


Fri, October 11th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Kerry Daly Band
Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, October 11th
thru
Fri, October 11th

Tours of the Geysers Departing from Geyserville

10am - Here's your chance to visit the Geysers, now operated by Calpine for geothermal energy.
Their Visitor Center is Open to the Public Wednesday - Saturday from 11:30am-5pm.  

Calpine offers periodic tours of their facilities with starting points in Middletown
(Lake County), Santa Rosa, and Geyserville

http://www.geysers.com


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

Honoring Dr. Walter Byck of Paradise Ridge Winery

The annual Gala is the Museum’s largest fundraising event of the year, generating funds to support the Museum’s exhibitions, educational
programs & collections. 
This year’s Gala will be honoring Dr. Walter Byck, president & founder of Paradise Ridge Winery, with the 2019 Visionary Award.
Dr. Byck & his family have been longtime supporters of local art, history
& the Museum.

Gala guests will enjoy a reception with live jazz, a silent auction & raffle, followed by a delicious dinner & live auction, led by State Senator Mike McGuire.  Auction lots include an impressive & unique array of items & experiences, including tickets to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a
variety of local theater & performing arts events, a dinner with 4
Santa Rosa Mayors & a private tour of Russian River Brewery.
Tickets: $150/Museum members, $200/Non-Members
Hyatt Regency
Santa Rosa

Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

Shone Farm Fall Festival

10am-3pm - Highlighting produce, wine & olive oil.  Bulk oil will be available for purchase, so bring your own bottle.  Enjoy lunch featuring Shone grown ingredients, wood-fired pizzas made by the SRJC Culinary Café, tacos & burritos from Lola’s Market & chili from Food for Thought.
Farm activities include:

Children’s Activities, Hay Bale Rides, Pumpkin, Apple, Tomato & Strawberry Picking, Apple Pressing, Rotten Fruit Slingshots&  Composting Lessons.
7450 Steve Olson Ln., Forestville

https://www.facebook.com/SRJCShoneFarm.

 


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Sonoma County Art Trails

HELD OVER 2-WEEKENDS - Oct. 12-13 AND Oct. 19-20.

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

http://www.sonomacountyarttrails.org


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

Craft Brew Festival - Sebastopol

1-4pm - Sample the best Beers, Wine, Food &  enjoy Live Music.

Holy Ghost Society
7960 Mill Station Rd.,
http://www.sebsunriserotary.org


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

Hispanic Heritage Month at the Children's Museum

11am-3pm - Come dance, sing & play to celebrate!
Musical performances by Mariachi Ensemble & traditional
dance numbers by Ballet Folklorico Jazmine.

Children's Museum of Sonoma County,
1835 W Steele Ln, Santa Rosa
https://www.cmosc.org/hispanic-heritage-event


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

All about Paleolithic Skills - Santa Rosa

2-4pm - Naturalist & "Skills of the Past" practitioner Dino Labiste
will give a presentation on Paleolithic knowledge & technologies,
such as making fire, creating shelter, hunting tools, hide-tanning,
basketry, etc. Plus, a hands-on cordage-making activity (make your
own homemade string from plant fibers). Supplies included.

Northwest Library

150 Coddingtown Ctt., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-2265

http://www.sonomalibrary.org

 

 

 


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

The Sons of Norway Vikingfest - Santa Rosa

10am-3pm - Watch Live Viking re-enactments & displays, lots of
Scandinavian Vendors, a Bake Shop with Homemade Breads, Cookies &
delicious open faced Sandwiches for sale.  Aso Norwegian Waffles
a
served with sour cream & strawberry jam!  A Photo Booth & Live Music!
Free admission.

Norway Hall
617 W. 9th St., Santa Rosa

http://www.freylodge.org


Sat, October 12th

Cruisin North Car Show for a Cause

10am-4pm - To Benefit Alzheimers.
Pre-79 American Drive Train Vehicles Only; 1 Free T-shirt with registration if registered by September 1, 2019; Entry: $40; Day of show: $45, Petaluma Plaza North Shopping Center
259B N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma
http://www.cruisinnorth.com
https://www.facebook.com/events/2115748745177703/


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sun, October 13th

Weekend Along the Farm Trails

Join us for a Weekend Along the Farm Trails. Reserve your spot now to on the Farm Trails. Meet your farmers & makers, visit pumpkin patches, harvest apples, shop from delicious farmstands, meet farm animals, sample delicious food & libations and discover some of Sonoma County's best kept secrets! Guests must RSVP to attend.

Location: Various locations across Sonoma County

Website: https://farmtrails.org/events/event/2019-05-03/Fall-Farm-Tour

Phone: 707)837-8896


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

Museum Gala - Santa Rosa

5-6:30pm - Reception, 6:45-9pm - Gala Dinner

Tickets: $150/Members $200/Non-Members.

Join us for the Museum of Sonoma County’s most enchanting evening
of the year, as we celebrate art, history & our community & share our
bold & colorful vision for the future!

Honoring 2019 Visionary Award Recipient - Dr. Walter Byck - Paradise Winery.
Guest Auctioner - Senator, Mike McGuire.

Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country
170 Railroad St., Santa Rosa

https://museumsc.org/gala/


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

2nd Annual Sneaker Soiree - Santa Rosa

5-8pm - Join us for a night of family fun at Epicenter. 
Tickets include Buffet Dinner, Music, Dancing, Cash Bar,
Silent Auction & 1-Hour of Rock 'n' Jump for the kids!

Tickets: $40/Per Person.
Epicenter Sports & Entertainment
http://www.gotrsonomacounty.org/soiree


Sat, October 12th
thru
Sat, October 12th

Coffey Park Front Yard Landscape Installations

Join Daily Acts in installing four home landscapes in Coffey Park, and help inspire and empower our community to be fire safer and more resilient. On the weekend of the two year anniversary of the fires, Daily Acts will be hosting a large landscape installation workday for four homeowners in Coffey Park. This will be a big community effort, where volunteer will help to sheet mulch, plant, and install drip irrigation to the front yard sites.

Location: Schaefer Elementary: 1370 San Miguel AveSanta Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://dailyacts.org/events-1/?eid=11951

Phone: 707-789-9664


Sun, October 13th
thru
Sun, October 13th

Pancake Breakfast - Sebastopol

7-11:30am - Breakfast is FREE!

Benefitting the Sebastopol Firefighter's Foundatiohn

Raffle Tickets available at the door.

Sebastopol Fire Dept.
7425 Bodega Ave.,
(707) 823-8061


Sun, October 13th
thru
Sun, October 13th

Glen Ellen Village Fair

12/Noon- Parade - This Year's Theme:  "Small Town, Big Heart."

Live musical entertainment, Raffle Tickets, Kids Craft Booths, Face Painter,
80+ Vendors, sit on a bale of hay while enjoying a plate of delicious food
& drink. 
Please Note: On Fair Day, Arnold Drive will be CLOSED between Warm Springs & London Ranch Roads.

 


Sun, October 13th
thru
Sun, October 13th

Symphonic Sinatra

Enjoy an unforgettable evening, with the sparkling blue eyes & velvety
bartone voice & a dramatic musical journey through authentic recreations
of Frank Sinatra's iconic hits! 

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


Sun, October 13th
thru
Sun, October 13th

The Dome Presents A Harvest of Music

Twelve musicians, from folk to rock, jazz and Bach. Guitars, brass, piano, dulcimer, drums, voice, and a 108-pipe 1916 organ under the acoustic dome inspired by Spanish and Moorish architecture.

Location: The Dome, 500 North Main Street, Sebastopol

Phone: 7077937835


Sun, October 13th

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, October 14th
thru
Mon, October 14th

How the West Was Really Won in Northern California

7-8:30pm - A Talk by William Gorenfeld

 

Courts, Politicians, Miners, Settlers & Indian agents, with little exception,

 

found nothing amiss in exploiting, displacing--and murdering--the
indigenous people on their way to acquiring their own wealth & land.
You may have learned about the Sand Creek or Wounded Knee but did
you know that similar massacres occurred to the Pomo & Yuki people
just a few miles outside of Petaluma at places such as Clearlake,
Hopland & the Eden Valley?  Come to the Petaluma Library Forum
Room to hear more about how this confluence of cultures created great
wealth at the expense of indigenous peoples & carries this legacy even today.

Petaluma Regional Library Forum Room
100 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma

https://sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/5513929


 


Thu, October 17th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Alexander Valley Film Festival

https://www.avfilmsociety.org/


Thu, October 17th
thru
Thu, October 17th

Latest Research in Dementia & Alzheimer's

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


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

Open Studio - Fulton Crossing

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


Fri, October 18th

River Heritage Days - Petaluma

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

http://www.friendsofthepetalumariver.org


Fri, October 18th
thru
Thu, October 31st

Funtazmagoria!

new submission has been added to the Event Calendar:

 

 

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

 

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

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

https://www.cmosc.org/funtazmagoria

 


Fri, October 18th

Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6-9pm - Rewind

Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery
389 Fourth Street, East, Sonoma

https://www.sebastiani.com


Fri, October 18th
thru
Fri, October 18th

John Gorka - Sebastopol

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

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

http://www.seb.org


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Pumpkins on Pikes

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


Sat, October 19th

LumaFest - Petaluma

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

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


Sat, October 19th
thru
Sun, October 20th

SR Mineral & Gem Society Show

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

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


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Healdsburg Crush

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

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

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

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

http://www.healdsburgcrush.com
 


Sun, October 20th
thru
Sun, October 20th

Comic con - Santa Rosa

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

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


Mon, October 21st
thru
Mon, October 21st

Women Chefs Women Winemakers Dinner - Geyserville

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

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

Cost:  $250/Per Person.

Catelli’s Restaurant, Geyserville

https://tinyurl.com/WCWW2019

 


Wed, October 23rd
thru
Wed, October 23rd

Best Practices Breakfast Awards - Santa Rosa

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

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

 

 


Fri, October 25th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Norcal Exotic Erotic Ball - Santa Rosa

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

Tickets: ONLINE ONLY - $125/Per Person

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


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio - Occdental

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

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


Fri, October 25th
thru
Sat, October 26th

21st Annual Fall Music Festival

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

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

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

http://analybandwagon.org


Fri, October 25th
thru
Fri, October 25th

Petaluma Movies in the Park

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

Sat, October 26th

2nd Annual Cruisin' North Car Show for a Cause

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

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

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

Location: The Plaza North Shopping Center Petaluma

Website: cruisinnorth.com

Phone: 707-799-6998


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Under the Umbrellas Winter Craft Faire

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

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

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

(707) 284-1700

 


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Hounds 4 Huntington's Dog Costume Walk

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

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

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


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Pinot & Paella with Harvest Card

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

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

Russian River Vineyards

http://www.getharvestcard.com


Sat, October 26th
thru
Sat, October 26th

Hallowine Run

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

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

(707) 332-9340

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Sat, October 26th

North Bay Discovery Science Day

EVENT HELD ON: October 26th - SC Fairgrounds.

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

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


Sun, October 27th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Fall Colors Festival & Vintage Car Show

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


Sun, October 27th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Halloween with Harry Potter - Rohnert Park

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

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

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

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


Sun, October 27th

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


Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Halloween Bash with The THUGZ - Occidental

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

Thu, October 31st
thru
Thu, October 31st

Halloween Parade - Windsor

6pm - Parade begins.

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


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Wine & Food Affair - Sonoma County

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

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

Sat, November 2nd

El Dia de los Muertos - Petaluma

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

Food, Art & much more!

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

 

 

 


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Bake Sale & Handmade Craft Fair - Windsor

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

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


Sat, November 2nd
thru
Sat, November 2nd

Scouts: Troop 134 Pancake Breakfast

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

Location: Piner Highschool Multi Purpose Room

Phone: 7073181656


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

Sonoma County Songwriter Series - Sebastopol

3pm - Farallons

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


Sun, November 3rd
thru
Sun, November 3rd

CASH & KING - Rohnert Park

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

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

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

Spreckels Performing Arts Center
(707) 588-3400

http://www.spreckelsonline.com


Fri, November 8th
thru
Sun, November 10th

Spoken Word Festival

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

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


Sun, November 10th

Nella - Green Music Center

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


Sun, November 10th

Crusin' Bear Republic - Rohnert Park

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

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


Mon, November 11th

Annual Veterans Day Parade & Flyover

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

http://www.petalumaveteransparade.com


Thu, November 14th
thru
Thu, November 14th

AL SCARDINO -

Tickets: $20 Available on Eventbrite

Location: Petaluma Valley Hospital - Groverman Hall

Phone: 707-321-6145


Fri, November 15th
thru
Fri, November 15th

Open Studio - Fulton Crossing

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


Sun, November 17th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

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

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


Wed, November 20th
thru
Wed, November 20th

Warren Miller Film Tour - Petaluma

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

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


Thu, November 21st
thru
Thu, November 21st

Estate Planning Workshop - Santa Rosa

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


Sat, November 23rd

Turkey Run - Santa Rosa

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


Sat, November 23rd
thru
Sat, November 23rd

An Evening with Chevy Chase - San Rafael

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

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

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


 

Sat, November 30th
thru
Sat, November 30th

Open House Marketplace -

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

Tickets: $15/Per Person.

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


Sat, November 30th

Santa


Sat, November 30th

Santa's Riverboat Arrival & Small Biz Saturday

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


Sun, December 1st
thru
Mon, December 30th

City of Lights Driving Tour - Petaluma

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


Sun, December 1st

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

3pm - A Very Electric Christmas.

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

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


Sun, December 1st
thru
Sun, December 1st

Sonoma County Songwriter Series - Sebastopol

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

(707) 823-1511

http://www.seb.org


Mon, December 2nd
thru
Tue, December 3rd

International Conference on Green Energy and Recyc

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

Location: Berlin, Germany

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

Phone: +65 3158 1626


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