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Wed, September 23rd
Wed, September 16th
Fri, September 18th
Fri, September 25th

Friday Bubbly Hour at Breathless Wines

Join us at Breathless for Friday Bubbly Hour! Live Music, Light Snacks, and Bubbles on our Garden Patio Each Friday through the end of September.  Delicious local Cheese & Charcuterie boxes available to add on to your reservation. Enjoy a refreshing glass or bottle of our Sparkling or Still wine.  What a delightful way to end the week and kick-off the weekend! Cheese & Charcuterie boxes must be ordered at least 48 hours in advance of your visit.

Location: Breathless Sparkling Wines 499 Moore Lane, Healdsburg CA. 95448

Website: https://www.breathlesswines.com/Visit-Us/Winery-Events

Phone: 707.395.7300

Wed, September 16th
Sun, October 18th

Museum of Sonoma County - Morning in the Sculpture Garden

Enjoy art and nature by exploring the Museum of Sonoma County's Sculpture Garden. The Garden, established in 2011 and dedicated to Evert B. and Norma Person, features a dozen California artists and landscaping that references our region’s agricultural heritage. We hope visitors can find solace and relaxation during their visit, whether enjoying the shade of the redwoods or soaking up the sun while walking the grounds. Kids (and kids at heart) will enjoy our new scavenger hunt! Open Thursday-Sunday 10:00am-1:00pm, Free Admission

Location: 425 7th Street, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401

Website: https://museumsc.org

Phone: 7075791500

Thu, September 17th
Thu, October 15th

Downtown Santa Rosa Pedestrian-Friendly Zones

Downtown Santa Rosa has closed three blocks of Fourth Street to create a downtown promenade that will allow businesses to use sidewalk and street parking areas to seat customers outdoors.  

The extended room for shoppers, diners and strollers is meant to create harmony between two opposing forces: The desire to have a thriving business-rich corridor along Fourth Street near Old Courthouse Square and the responsibility to help curb the spread of COVID-19, which is believed to be more prone to spread indoors than outside.

Location: Fourth Street between B and E streets

Thu, September 17th
Wed, September 30th

Bicycle Scavenger Hunt

Want to make September one of the most memorable times of this year?Join us in our first Bike To Wherever Days Bike Scavenger Hunt.CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE! Ride around your neighborhood, take a ride out one of the many beautiful bike trails throughout Sonoma County, visit your downtown, schedule a bike up library book pick up at your local library, ride out to a Regional Park, go on a (socially distanced) group ride, catch a sunrise or a sunset and most importantly learn about your bike and how to safely ride it everywhere in Sonoma County! Visit our website to get the Bicycle Scavenger Hunt list.Prizes awarded to the individual or team with the highest points earned at the end of the month.

Location: Sonoma County

Website: https://www.bikesonoma.org/btwd/

Phone: 707-545-0153

Thu, September 17th
Sat, September 19th

Drive Thru Donation Station with Redwood Empire Food Bank

Security Public Storage is hosting a drive thru donation station with the Redwood Empire Food Bank Saturday, September 19, from 11am to 3pm. Drive Up. Drop Off. End Hunger! Donate funds or fill a couple of bags with non-perishable food.  Drive your donations to the front of Security Pulbic Storage, 1021 Hopper Ave., Santa Rosa.  Stay in your car, and drive thru to the drop-off location.  Feel great about helping your neighgors in need!

Location: 1021 Hopper Ave. Santa Rosa, Ca 95403

Website: https://www.securitypublicstorage.com/locations/santa-rosa?utm_source=GMBlisting&utm_medium=organic

Phone: 707-526-2141

Fri, September 18th
Sat, September 26th

Bike Parade

It's time to celebrate the magic that happens when you ride your bike. Bike to Wherever Days is happening all September It's time for a BIKE PARADE! Participants only – no spectators allowed! Open to all individuals in Sonoma County. Families and individuals sheltering in the same household may participate as a group. Decorate your bikes with creative lights/reflective tape. Ride your bike around your neighborhood all lit up! Take photos/video of your bike parade. Submit photos on Instagram or Facebook and tag us @bikesonoma Prizes awarded to most creative bike light designs!

Location: Sonoma County Wide

Website: www.bikesonoma.org/btwd

Phone: 707-545-0153

Thu, September 24th

Bike to Wherever Days

Join us – and thousands of folks throughout the Bay Area – in a host of cycling activities, challenges, and classes throughout the month of September!Use the Love to Ride app to set goals, track your rides and mileage, and engage in friendly competition with other local riders. (When you register, be sure to join the Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition group!)Join the month-long BTWD 2020 Bicycle Scavenger Hunt, either solo or as part of a team. Cool prizes for the winners!Check the calendar of our online Basic Bike Maintenance & Repair Class, adult/teen Smart Cycling classes and Family Bike Workshops. All classes are FREE but pre-registration is required.Participate in one of our virtual DIY activities like the Labor Day Weekend Pool (Noodle) Party.

Location: Sonoma County

Website: https://www.bikesonoma.org/btwd/

Phone: 707-545-0153

Sun, September 20th
Mon, September 21st

Taste of Sonoma At Home

Register now for virtual webinars for a Taste of Sonoma--At Home! through September 25.

Sparkling wine lovers unite! Explore the methods and techniques for making sparkling wine and discover several varieties made in Sonoma County. With so many great sparkling wines produced in the area, you have the perfect excuse to drink bubbles any day. Sparkling wine is not just for celebrations anymore!

Sparkling Sonoma-- One of the aspects that makes Sonoma County unique are the amazing families that are an integral part of the wine community. Many of the founding families in wine are still producing great wines today with several generations participating in the business. Get to know these experts and their fresh takes on classic techniques. Hear about their golden memories in the process, hear about an old wine from their family’s cellar and fall in love with Sonoma County wine all over again!

New Gen, Old Wine-- Presented by the Press Democrat - Take a virtual tour through Russian River Valley neighborhoods and learn the key variations for each location and the role it plays in fine Pinot Noir. Pull up a chair to soak up the mouth-watering facts from esteemed winemakers on this virtual journey within Sonoma County.

It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhoods--Many Sonoma County wineries have more than vineyard crops they tend to throughout the year. Hear from these wineries about the importance of biodiversity to them, how they honor nature’s rhythms. Even better, learn what seasonal produce they are pairing with their wines now!

Location: Online

Website: https://tasteofsonoma.com/

Phone: (855) 939-7666

Sun, September 20th
Wed, September 30th

The Warm Line - Sonoma County

10am-7pm - Seven days a week.
For residents who are experiencing emotional stress & side effects

of the COVID-19 pandemic & shelter-in-place order.

Callers can speak to a trained professional counselor who will 

provide support, guidance, education & referrals.

Service in Spanish & telephone interpretation of other languages also available.

(707) 565-2652


Sun, September 20th
Tue, September 22nd

Tri-Tip to Go Fundraiser honoring Front Line Heroes & Large Animal Rescue

TRI- TIP Dinner Honoring Our Frontline Heroes/Large Animal Rescue (order by Sept 22) Please help support Boy Scout Troop 9 in honoring our Front Line Heroes at the 8th Annual Emergency Prep / Tri Tip DInner on Sunday September 27, 2020 from 11:00-3:00pm. Enjoy a delicious Dinner for 4 which includes grilled marinated seasoned Tri-Tip, salad, cowboy beans and bread. Meals can be purchased for your own family and/or donated to Front Line Heroes. This is a pick up only event. See sign up page for more details. Meals range from $50 -$25. ORDER BY SEPT 22. This project will also support The Halter Large Animal Rescue. Thank you SO much for your support.

Location: Walnut Park, Petaluma. Corner of D Strret/Petaluma Blvd

Phone: 8582287318

Sun, September 20th
Sun, October 4th

Windsor Farmers Market

10am-1pm -  Every Sunday.  With all your favorite vendors, along with some

new vendors as well!  We will have all the COVID protocols in place until

further notice.  Facial Masks are required to enter the market.  Please help

us stay open by following all signage on site.

Windsor Town Green

Sun, September 20th
Sun, December 27th

Sebastopol Farmers Market

10am-1:30pm - Every Sunday.  Fresh produce, prepared foods &

farmer inspired products.  Year-round.


Mon, September 21st
Wed, October 7th

Become a Child Advocate. Give the Gift of Time and Friendship!

At CASA of Sonoma County, we help foster children heal so they can live happier, safer lives. Our CASA volunteers – Court Appointed Special Advocates – make sure foster kids don’t get lost in the overburdened legal and social service systems or languish in unsupportive foster homes. CASA volunteers stay with children until their court case is closed and the child is placed in a safe, permanent home.


We invite our community to give the gift of time and friendship to a child in foster care. Juvenile court officials have identified an additional 75 youth who need advocates and CASA is appealing to Sonoma County residents to volunteer. If you care and have about 10 hours a month to spend, being a CASA can be a very gratifying work. A CASA is a powerful voice in a child’s life. Executive Director, Millie Gilson, states that there are approximately 187 volunteers, and hopes to recruit another 35 with the next training.


The Fall Volunteer Training, is scheduled to take place on the following dates: Thursday, October 8th, from 9:30-12:30, and continues on Thursday, October 15th and Friday, October 16th , from 9:00-1:00. CASA will provide this training via an online format. For more information and to sign up for the CASA training, contact Millie Gilson at 707-565-6375 or info@sonomacasa.org.


Working together, we can end abuse and neglect so that every foster child has a chance to thrive.

Location: Online

Website: http://www.sonomacasa.org

Phone: 707-565-6375

Mon, September 21st
Fri, September 25th

Santa Rosa Junior College Older Adults Program

Are you looking for something to do that’s FREE, interesting, and can be done from home?  Santa Rosa Junior College offers the Older Adults Program, which is not just limited to Older Adults.  Any California resident with a California address can access classes and this program is the only one of its kind in the State.  Classes vary from art to discussion to memoir writing to music.   You can join all classes on Zoom on any device.  You can enroll right now and any other time during the SRJC school year.  Instructors will help you register in the College and enroll in specific classes.  The Student Help desk will help you with Zoom questions.  So, tell your family and friends about this Free benefit.  For further information, email older-adults@santarosa.edu

Location: Online through Zoom

Website: https://older-adults.santarosa.edu/

Phone: (707) 527-4533

Mon, September 21st
Mon, November 2nd

SC Registrar of Voters offers new Ballot Tracking Service

Sonoma County Voters can now sign up for the Secretary of State's 

"Where's My Ballot" program.  Voters can receive information about 

the location of their ballot, from the time it is mailed until it is returned

to the Registrar of Voters Office & counted, in real time.


Mon, September 21st

Unity of Santa Rosa Launching Virtual Intergenerational Book Club.

Unity of Santa Rosa is launching a Virtual Intergenerational Book Club. First meeting is September 21, 2020 (thereafter on 3rd Mondays of the month) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. From Generation Z to the Silent Generation, come discuss relevant books with spiritually-minded people. You do not have to be a congregant of Unity. The first book is Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19 edited by Jennifer Haupt. Please read the book before the first meeting and feel free to nominate a book for future months.

Location: Online

Website: https://unityofsantarosa.com/

Phone: 707-542-7729

Tue, September 22nd
Tue, September 29th

Forestville Certified Farmers Market

Forestville Certified Farmers Market is a dinner market, offering super delicious Market dinners to go in a safe comfortable atmosphere, every Tuesday, 4 to 7p. You can grab a bite to go, or you can stay and eat in one of the market’s socially distanced designated eating areas. Located in Forestville's spacious oak tree studded park area in the middle of downtown Forestville. The market also intersects with the trail head of West County Trail. Everyone is doing a great job wearing face masks, social distancing and sanitizing. Ednas Hot Dogs, a market favorite last year, its returning to the Forestville Farmers Mkt on serving delish all beef dogs, polish sausage, and brats with all the fixins!

See the rest of our regular Market Food Vendors below:

·       The Green Grocer creates artisan, handcrafted foods that inspire your taste buds and fulfill your food dreams.  All ingredients sourced from local farms and farmers markets.

·       Lata’s Indian Cuisine dishes up delicious authentic Indian cuisine. Be still my heart.

·       Just POPPED Up offers different flavors of delicious fresh Kettle Food..for the soul!

Location: Downtown Forestville

Website: https://www.forestvillechamber.org/forestville-farmers-market/

Phone: 707-766-4597

Wed, September 23rd

Webinar - Learn How to Build an Accessory Dwelling Unit in Santa Rosa!

Join the City of Santa Rosa and the Napa Sonoma ADU Center for a live webinar to learn about the planning,permitting, and building process for Accessory Dwelling Units (aka second units, backyard cottages, grannyflats, converted garages) from Planning & Building agency staff! The live webinar is free and will take place on Wednesday, September 23 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. All Santa Rosa homeowners and property owners are invited to register to attend to learn the nuts and bolts of building an accessory dwelling unit in the City of Santa Rosa.Register for free now:

https://napasonomaadu.org/aduevents  Spanish language translation will be provided via Zoom. Se proporcionará interpretación al español através de Zoom.

This webinar is presented by the Napa Sonoma ADU Center, a nonprofit organization fiscally-sponsored by Napa Valley Community Foundation, in collaboration with the City of Santa Rosa Planning & Building Divisions.

Location: Online and Zoom

Website: https://napasonomaadu.org/aduevents

Phone: (707) 804-8575

Wed, September 23rd
Sat, September 26th

Green Music Center--Party For The Green

Party for the Green – New Orleans Style, Saturday, September 26
A fully virtual event with great music, food, and an online cocktail party featuring:
  • Piano legend Jon Cleary appearing from his home studio in New Orleans
  • A party pack including a multi-course dinner provided by Sonoma Family Meal partners, SingleThread Farms, Backyard, and the girl and the fig, a sparkling wine cocktail, and decorations to turn your home into the perfect party setting
  • A partnership with Sonoma Family Meal that provides the dinner
  • All proceeds support Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center and Sonoma Family Meal

6:00 P.M. Virtual Cocktail Party
6:30 P.M. Introduction
6:45 P.M. Jon Cleary Performance
7:30 P.M. Event Ends

Two ways to join the fun!

Party Pack & Live Virtual Event

Party pack includes a multi-course dinner from Sonoma Family Meal partners, SingleThread, Backyard, and the girl and the fig, a sparkling wine cocktail, and decorations to turn your home into the perfect party setting

Pick up your party packs on Saturday, September 26 at Balletto Vineyards Event Center or arrange for delivery within 30 miles of the Green Music Center for a $50 fee per drop-off location.


Access to Live Virtual Event
Bottle of Balletto Sparkling Brut Rosé & Party Decor

Pick up your bottle of Balletto Rosé and party decor at Balletto Vineyards beginning September 14. Shipping available out of state and area where the law permits.
Sparkling Rosé and shipping graciously provided by Balletto Vineyards & Winery. 


Due to Covid 19, all tickets must be purchased online

Location: Online

Website: https://gmc.sonoma.edu/partyforthegreen/

Phone: 707.664.4246

Wed, September 23rd

Museum of Sonoma County (Virtual) Conversations with Artist Mercedes Dorame

The Museum is pleased to present artist Mercedes Dorame in conversation with Art Curator and Museum Executive Director, Jeff Nathanson, on Wednesday, September 23. This virtual program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Landscape: Awe to Activism."About her art, L.A. based artist Mercedes Dorame writes, "My work explores the construction of culture and ceremony as outcomes of the need to tie one's existence to the land. My heritage as a member of the Tongva tribe in Los Angeles connects me deeply to the landscape of California." Dorame creates what she describes as "humble ceremonial interventions" and installations in the landscape to explore the problems of living in a place that her Native American tribe no longer has access to.These ceremonial interventions are documented by her photographs. She explains that her tribe has no federal recognition, no reservation land, and therefore, no gathering place. By working in landscapes where she has an ancestral connection, Dorame engages in ideas of authenticity, ceremony, and community. Registration is limited. To ensure an enjoyable viewing experience for all, we ask that microphones remain muted and questions be asked in the chat section only.For assistance in registering or to submit questions for Mercedes in advance, please contact Jon Del Buono, programs@museumsc.org.

Location: Online

Website: https://museumsc.org/events/?eid=7092

Phone: 7075791500

Thu, September 24th

Powerful Women of Ancient Egypt

September 24, 1:00  – 3:00 p.m. Sebastopol Area Senior Center’s Monthly Virtual Art History Tour held from the comfort of your home. Presented by Doctor Heidi Saleh, an Egyptian-American scholar of the ancient Mediterranean world. Professor Saleh will demonstrate, many achievements of significant women historical figures such as Hatshepsut, Nefertiti, Cleopatra, and Hypatia. She will delve into the lives of these women and attempt to help us understand their full complexity as leaders as well as wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters. Dr. Saleh loves to share her passion for art and art history. Join us for this illuminating and lively adventure in learning more about these powerful women. Sign up at sebastopolseniorcenter.org/virtual-classes, 707 8292440 Brought to you by Sebastopol Area Senior Center’s Day Trip Producers Kate Roach and Emily Webster. All ages welcome

Location: Online

Website: https://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org/virtual-classes

Phone: 707 322 3684

Thu, September 24th
Thu, October 29th

Landscape: Awe to Activism - Sonoma County Museum

From 19th century California artists inspired by nature, to contemporary artists

who have broken from traditional perspectives & embraced new technologies

to address climate change & other important issues, the artist's relationship to

landscape has evolved. Landscape: Awe to Activism explores this relationship

through diverse artworks including painting, photography & video.




Thu, September 24th
Fri, October 30th

Sonoma County Library Curbside Pickup

10am-3pm - For Books, DVDs, CDs & other library materials.

Monday through Saturday at  the 5 following library branches:

Guerneville, Sonoma, Windsor, Rohnert Park & the Central Library 

in Downtown Santa Rosa.

To request a book or other library item for curbside:



Online resources are always available:


Thu, September 24th
Thu, October 29th

Windsor Downtown Street Eats

It’s a perfect time to enjoy a meal outside. Head to downtown Windsor for outdoor dining every Thursday night from 5:30pm-9pm. Lots of restaurants are spilling out into the street for the ultimate al fresco experience. With sidewalk tables and more, there’s plenty of space for socializing safely.  Please remember to wear a mask and practice social distancing.

Location: Windsor, CA

Website: https://discoverwindsor.com/?fbclid=IwAR3SKu_B39DjwVcbJL4-uMpMKUURq_E7-0MlSRK7HqfIi3_rk_ORk4xGqIo

Thu, September 24th
Wed, September 30th

North Bay Veterans Resource Center

A community based nonprofit that was founded in 1972 by a group of

Vietnam veterans who couldn't find the support they needed when 

they returned home.  The agency works to address the individual 

needs of each veteran with a primary focus on housing assistance,

clinical services & case management.


We provide rental assistance, utility payments, emergency housing

assistance (hotel vouchers), emergency food, resources & referrals, 

to eligible veterans & their families in need.  We also provide mental 

health & substance abuse treatment for homeless veterans in 

Sebastopol & Santa Rosa & provide permanent housing to

veterans in Petaluma.  We are working remotely & can schedule

appointments & conduct outreach.

(707) 578-8387


Fri, September 25th

Occidental Center for the Arts Virtual Book Launch

On Friday September 25th at 7pm Occidental Center for the Arts is thrilled to announce a virtual book launch for local writer, Mary Gaffney’s A Road Less Paved. Mary Gaffney, takes us on an extraordinary journey from her home in Occidental all the way to Tierra del Fuego, the southern-most tip of South America. Recounting their epic road trips as she travelled with her husband , children and friends, Mary remembers the places and people with great depth and humor. This is a free event, register by going to occidentlacenterforthearts.org to receive your Zoom link. Following selected readings there will be a Q&A. Book sales via credit card, Paypal or check will be available.

Location: Online through Zoom

Website: http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/

Phone: (707) 874-9392

Sat, September 26th

Sonoma County Backroad Challenge

The Backroad Challenge is the best way to spend a Saturday outside. 
It’s your chance to ride one of 4 epic Wine Country back road routes
that will take your breath away & test your resolve.  Get your buddies
together, drag them over the Marshall Wall, draft behind them on
Chileno Valley Road, wait until that perfect moment then swing out
& beat them to that cold beer & BBQ at the Backroad Festival.
No one will be disappointed.  Make this the year that you took the
Backroad Challenge & let your legs determine that you’re worthy.

Tue, September 29th

Candidate Forum for the City of Sebastopol

The League of Women Voters and Northern California Public Media are co-sponsoringa Candidate Forum for the City of Sebastopol in an ongoing service to educate thepublic.The five candidates running in Sebastopol are: Incumbent Council Member MichaelCarnacchi, Incumbent Council Member Neysa Hinton, Diana Rich, Vaughn RichardHigginbotham, and Evaristo “Evert” Fernandez.The forum will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 29th from 6:30- 8:00 pm.The forum will be streamed on Facebook Live:https://www.facebook.com/lwvsonomacounty/live/? and our Youtube channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvppI3yS3Hcus_mTECDsbFA?. For more forums and information please visit our website.

Location: Facebook and YouTube

Website: https://my.lwv.org/california/sonoma-county

Phone: (707) 869-9273

Wed, September 30th
Sat, October 3rd

Canine Companions--Sit. Stay. Sparkle

You are invited to our virtual gala Sit. Stay. Sparkle. taking place Saturday, October 3 at 6 p.m. While our events are different this year, there is still a great need for our incredible dogs. I hope you'll join us for an evening to celebrate and support the mission of Canine Companions® - to provide expertly trained service dogs to people with disabilities.

Enjoy Sit. Stay. Sparkle. virtually, from the comfort of your home on a computer, phone or tablet. At the event, you will meet graduate Sylvia Colt-Lacayo and her life-changing service dog Nicola, watch adorable puppies and bid on exciting items in our live and silent auctions. I am especially excited to share that we will be premiering the heart-warming Canine Companions documentary short film by award-winning video journalist Zach Putnam.

And for those who give a gift of $250 or more, you'll receive a Sparkle party package* including two commemorative silicone wine glasses and an event program!

In addition, $100,000 in gifts will be matched, courtesy of the Carl Jud Foundation!


You can form a virtual table with your friends and collectively donate $10,000 to become an honorary puppy raiser and follow a Canine Companions puppy on its journey, or collectively donate $25,000 to name a Canine Companions puppy!


Location: Online

Website: https://secure.cci.org/site/SPageNavigator/Gala_pagebuilder_2019_SSS_SR.html;jsessionid=00000000.app30124b?NONCE_TOKEN=20934F823B144E7831F9957283718B19

Phone: 1-800-572-BARK (2275)

Thu, October 1st
Sun, November 22nd

Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center

This fall marks 70 years since Charles M. Schulz published the first Peanuts comic strip on October 2, 1950. Since then, Peanuts has appeared in 2,600 newspapers, translated into 25 languages, and published in 75 countries worldwide. Now Peanuts fans around the world will have the opportunity to join the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center to celebrate the comic strip's "platinum anniversary" and explore other timely topics with a full season of public programs, presented entirely online. From How to Draw Peanuts classes to live events with Jean Schulz, Stephan Pastis (Pearls Before Swine), Patrick McDonnell (MUTTS), Tom Gammill (The Simpsons), Robb Armstrong Jump (Jump Start), Darrin Bell (Candorville), and Elizabeth Montague (Liz at Large), find the details at https://schulzmuseum.org/.  All programs are subject to change; please visit our website for updates and registration information.



Location: Online

Website: https://schulzmuseum.org/

Phone: (707) 579-4452

Thu, October 1st
Sat, October 24th

Auction Aweigh by Conservation Works

Join us from October 3rd - October 24th when Auction Aweigh will be live. Feel free to browse our auction catalog and see what enticing deals we have for you. Then, treat yourself to a personal gift, steal a deal on a vacation getaway, or maybe even find the perfect holiday gift for that tricky in-law. All proceeds go to supporting Conservation Works and our environmental programs. Together, our small changes can cumulatively make for a BIG impact.About Conservation WorksConservation Works is a local 501(c)(3) environmental nonprofit that has been partnering with local businesses, organizations, youth groups, and the public to make a difference. Our work includes youth taking direct action through programs like "Bee Patches" pollinator habitat planting and "Rain Catchers” water conservation efforts. These programs all present STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) training to youth through learning essentials of pollinator habitat, water conservation, greenhouse gas controls, and community science mobile applications. Through STEM learning, we are helping strengthen communities that need it most by mentoring youth leadership and building job skill-sets for the future.

Location: Online Event

Website: https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/auctionhome.action?documentId=341693787

Phone: 4246340711

Thu, October 1st
Sat, October 17th

Cruisin' North Car Show For A Cause

The 3rd annual Cruisin' North Car Show For a Cause and Pin Up Contest will be Saturday, October 17, from 10am-4pm at the Plaza North Shopping Center in Petaluma.  Pre-79, all makes and all models.  Proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

Location: Plaza North Shopping Center, Petaluma

Website: https://cruisinnorth.com/index.php/cruisin-alzheimers-car-show

Phone: 707-843-2930

Fri, October 2nd
Thu, December 3rd

Food For Thought Turning the Tables on Annual Dining Out For Life Event

With the current health risks posed by COVID-19, Food For Thought is turning the tables on its annual Dining Out For Life event to support local restaurant partners who have faced incredible challenges due to the pandemic.


On December 3, community members are invited to “Dine In” and order take-out from participating Sonoma County restaurants, and to support Food For Thought’s nutrition programs by making an online donation. This year restaurant partners are not required to donate a percentage of the day’s sales to Food For Thought, so the support of diners is more important than ever! Find a list of participating restaurants and more information at: https://www.fftfoodbank.org/dining-in-for-life


Beneficiary: Food For Thought is a nonprofit organization that provides healing food and nutrition to more than 1,000 Sonoma County residents living with HIV, COVID-19 and other serious illnesses. Comprehensive nutrition services include healthy groceries (enough for 21 meals per week), prepared meals, vitamins, supplements and nutrition counseling. Food For Thought’s nutrition services increase the health of clients, reduce food insecurity, decrease costs to the health care system and improve the lives of hundreds of individuals living in Sonoma County.


Location: Restaurants across Sonoma County

Website: https://www.fftfoodbank.org/dining-in-for-life

Phone: (415) 717-5407

Fri, October 2nd
Sun, October 25th

OUTwatch – Wine Country’s LGBTQI Film Festival

OUTwatch – Wine Country’s LGBTQI Film Festival is an online virtual film Festival from Friday, October 16 through Sunday October 25 this year. We’ve named the Festival: Looking Back; Moving Forward.  We honor those individuals and groups who fought for LGBTQI rights bringing us to this point in time, where we both enjoy many advancements but still struggle to keep those civil rights and expand them to our entire community.  The Festival will showcase four enlightening, empowering and entertaining documentaries. 

Location: Online

Website: https://www.outwatchfilmfest.org/

Phone: 707.225-1302

Sat, October 3rd
Sat, November 14th

Willowside School Nursery Fall Plant Sale


Here are the dates of our FALL SALES!!  THANK YOU for Helping us to get this information out there!!!  
Remember please, MASKS and cash or check!
PRICE: $5 for 1 gallon containers
We have over 40 varieties of SPECIALTY JAPANESE MAPLES, 3-6 FEET TALL at $30 & up
Oct. 3
Oct. 24
Please share this information with friends, neighbors, or co-workers. Rain does not cancel. Sorry, no W/C access..
We gladly accept donations of healthy plants, garden tools, working wagons, ceramic pots, recycled 1 and 5 gallon nursery containers, etc.
Our Middle School Nursery is a working nursery and supports student education programs related to plants. 



Location: 5299 Hall Rd, Santa Rosa (Corner of Willowside and Hall Rd)

Phone: 707-569-4724

Sat, October 3rd
Sat, April 10th

2020-2021 Season Concert Schedule - Santa Rosa Symphony


Tue, October 6th

Candidate Forum for the City of Healdsburg

The League of Women Voters, Northern California Public Media, and The AAUW ofHealdsburg are co-sponsoring a virtual nonpartisan Candidate Forum for the City ofHealdsburg in an ongoing service to educate the public.There are six candidates running in Healdsburg: Incumbent City Council Member DavidHagele, Charles A. Duffy, Doralice Handal, Ariel Kelley, Skylar Palacios, and David R. Jones.The forum will be held virtually Tuesday, October 6th from 6:30- 8:00 pm.The forum will be streamed on our Facebook Live:https://www.facebook.com/lwvsonomacounty/live/? and our Youtube channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvppI3yS3Hcus_mTECDsbFA?. For information aboutother forums please visit our website: ?www.lwvsonoma.org?.

Location: Facebook and YouTube

Website: https://my.lwv.org/california/sonoma-county

Phone: (707) 869-9273

Sun, October 11th
Sun, December 13th

Santa Rosa Symphony Streams Redesigned Fall Concerts from Weill Hall, Green Music Center

The Santa Rosa Symphony,  with government approval for private recording sessions, will perform, record and stream its redesigned Fall concerts, making them safely accessible online for subscribers, patrons and new audiences around the globe. In early October, November and December, on the Green Music Center's Weill Hall stage, a socially-distanced subset of the orchestra and Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong will record three concerts to replace the originally planned live concerts. SRS @ Home Virtual Fall Concert Series will be streamed live on YouTube on October 11, November 15 and December 13 at 3:00 PM. Additional performances by soloists are reserved exclusively for SRS subscribers.


Working with Diversified Stages, a professional video production company, and implementing approved health and safety protocols, the Symphony is recording concert events that will include close-ups and a variety of angles of the musicians performing, along with a virtual peek backstage, short interviews, commentary, a post-concert Q & A with the Music Director and more. 


Location: Online on You Tube

Website: https://www.srsymphony.org/

Phone: 707-546-7097

Mon, May 31st
Sat, June 12th

A Benefit Bike Ride for Homeless

Incarnation 100 -

Starting & finishing at the Church of the Incarnation in the heart of
historic Santa Rosa, Incarnation 100 is a fundraising bike ride through
the lovely vistas of Sonoma County.

4 different course options are offered, for avid & recreational cyclists
alike: 32-mile; 45-mile; 100-km; & 88-mile.  Incarnation 100 supports
3 vital homeless service entities: The Living Room, which provides day
services & overnight transition housing for women & children; Sunday
Open Table, which provides Sunday breakfast, sundries & fellowship to
members of the downtown street community & St. Andrews Food Pantry
in Monte Rio, which provides groceries & meals to homeless folks in the
Russian River Valley.

Santa Rosa & around Sonoma County



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