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We've got all you need to know about what's going on in and around Sonoma County right here! If you have an event you want to submit just click here and we will post it for you.



January

Tue 1/16

Books of Lists Celebration - Santa Rosa
5-7pm - A reception for North Bay executives who made our lists & the release party for the 2018 Book of Lists. $70/Per Person.
Hors d'oeuvres, Fine Local Wines & Great Prizes!
Hyatt Regency, Santa Rosa
(707) 521-5264
REGISTER:
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Thu 1/18

Healdsburg Running Company Schedule
1/16: Healdbsurg Ladies Run. Wine Excahnge, give one cheap one get one expensive one.
6pm - Meet at HRC

1/17: Wednesday Morning Doggie Dash. Lake Sonoma from No Name Trail Head - Boar Scat Loop.
7am - Meet at trail.

1/18: Chiquita Road Run, one0way to Mazzocco Winery. 6pm - Meet at HRC

Healdsburg Running Co. (HRC)
333 Center St., Healdsburg
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Fri 1/19

LLS offers $2,000 Competitive Scholarship Opportunity for High School Students
Application DEADLINE: Jan. 19, 2018.

The Greater Bay Area Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), is currently seeking High School Students who are enthusiastic about volunteerism, philanthropy, community outreach & leadership for a new fundraising competition called "Students of the Year."
(707) 596-5519
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Thu 1/25

SAIL Balance & Strength Class - Sebastopol
3:30-4:30pm - Tuesday & Thursdays
Stay Active & Independent for life!
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St.,
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Fri 1/26

Sonoma & Napa Fire Pets Rescue & Reunification team of volunteers.
Over 600 cats were posted on Facebook, lost during the Tubbs Fire. This group of volunteers has rescued over 270 cats from fire areas. There have been many successful & teary reunions between the cats & their humans. However, there are many rescued cats & other fire animals, still waiting in shelters to be reunited with their families. Many of the cats are not chipped or phone numbers are disconnected. The information is all over Facebook, but many people do not do social media. There is a kiosk in Coffey Park, at the cross street of coffee Lane & Dogwood, where there are pictures of found fire cats & a pet reunification tree with pictures. Fire victims need to come forth & see if their cats are rescued. If the victims cannot care for the cats any longer, the cats need to at least be identified so that adoptions can take place. Shelters are prolonging the adoption process to allow fire victims to get to their cats. Many victims think their babies are gone so why bother looking. But, miracles are happening daily! The shelters are full & these animals need to be reunited with their families.

Found Cats Album
Click here for details

Found Dog Album
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Sat 1/27

Registration for the 21018-2019 School Year
Piner-Olivet Union School District:

Schaefer Charter School
1370 San Miguel Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 522-3015,

Olivet Elementary Charter School
1825 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 522-3015,

Jack London Elementary
2707 Francisco Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 522-3030

Tue 1/16
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Mon 1/29

The Annual Invitional Show 2018 - Sonoma
Show runs through 1/29.
Work by 17 Guest Artists - Invited by Members of The Arts Guild of Sonoma
140 E. Napa St., Sonoma

Tue 1/16
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Mon 1/29

Library Artists Series Opens - Sonoma
In partnership with Artist Access, The Sonoma Valley Library will host 6 Sonoma Valley Artist Exhibitions in 2018. Featured in Jan. will be Painter Patrick McMurtry, whose multi-visionary pieces include lush landscapes of Sonoma Valley, wild abstracts & wall-hangings.
755 W. Napa St., Sonoma

Tue 1/16
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Mon 1/29

Blood Bucket Brigade - Multiple Fire Dept throughout Sonoma County
888-393-(GIVE) 4483
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Tue 1/30

Balance & Strength Classes
3:30-4:30-pm - Tuesdays & Thursdays.
Stay Active & Independent for Life (SAIL) is an evidence-based, strength, balance & fitness class that will meet twice per week for 1-hour by instructor by Julie Smith. SAIL classes include aerobics, balance exercises, strength training with wrist & ankle weights & stretching exercises. Pre-Registration Required.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Tue 1/30

Ping Pong Palooza - Kenwood
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm. Cost: Free
Weekly Tournaments. Prizes are awarded!
Come, eat, drink & play ping pong.
Family friendly, all levels welcome.
Palooza Gastropub & Wine Bar
8910 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
(707) 833-4000

Tue 1/16
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Wed 1/31

Winter Warmth Drive - Community Markets, (Santa Rosa & Sebastopol)
This Month JANUARY, Community Market is partnering with COTS & the California Homemakers Association to collect vital cold weather gear for those in need. Bring your new & gently used coats, sweatshirts, gloves, scarves, hats, boots, shoes, new underwear, socks, blankets & sleeping bags to either of our Community Market locations:
Community Market
1899 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-1806
AND
Community Market
6762 Sebastopol Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 407-4020
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Wed 1/31

Basketball Handling & Shooting Camp - Healdsburg
8:30am-3pm - Fee: $169,
8:30am-12/Noon - Fee: $109.
1557 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Sun 2/04

'Art of the Figure' - Santa Rosa
Art Show & Sale - 12/Noon-4pm.
Chroma Gallery, Santa Rosa.
(707) 293-6051
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Sun 2/04

2018 Members Exhibit - Healdsburg
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Monday, 11am-5pm,
Closing at 6pm on Fridays & Saturdays.
130 Plaza St., Healdsburg
(707) 431-1970
Click here for details Arts.org

Tue 1/16
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Sun 2/11

Year of the Dog Exhibit - Sebastopol
Jurors: Amy Owens & Kara Smith of the DiRosa Museum in Napa.

From Coolidge to Keith Haring, from hunting scenes to Picasso’s “le chien”, the fourlegged friend has always taken a special place in the arts. As 2018 is the Chinese year of the dog, Sebastopol Center for the Arts presents artists’ distinctly spirited look at the subject.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797

Tue 1/16
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Thu 2/22

Madeline Behrens-Brigham: A New Nest, A New Chapter - Santa Rosa
Person Senior Wing, Finley Center Complex
Open: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.

Tue 1/16
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Sat 3/17

Pigs & Pinot - Healdsburg
Featuring Pork creations from more than 20 Chefs & Pinot crafted by 60+ Wineries.
Hotel Healdsburg & Dry Creek Kitchen
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Mon 3/19

New Kindergarten - Santa Rosa
Now Accepting Applications
Summerfield - Waldorf School & Farm
655 Willowside Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 575-7194
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Mon 3/26

Luther Burbank Home & Gardens Seeking VOLUNTEERS - Santa Rosa
Training in Feb & March.
Tour Season Opens: April 3rd.
Looking for VOLUNTEERS to join us as Gardeners, Docents & Gift Shop Salespeople
Luther Burbank Home & Gardens
(707) 524-5445
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Wed 4/11

Docent Training for Adult Tour Guides Begins March 7 – April 11
Horticulture Background is Not Required, we’ll Teach You What You Need to Know

Sonoma Valley’s Quarryhill Botanical Garden is putting out an open call for volunteers to train as adult tour docents to guide groups through the Garden. Docent training begins Wednesday, March 7.
“We’re looking for folks who are interested in learning more about plants & sharing that knowledge with others,” explained Volunteer Coordinator Eva Corbin. “No botanical or horticulture experience is necessary, just a passion for gardening & a desire to enhance the public’s experience of our remarkable garden.”
Adult Tour Docent training will be held on 6 consecutive Wednesdays, March 7 - April 11 from 9:30am-12/Noon. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of plant conservation worldwide, in depth information about the plants in Quarryhill’s Asian Woodland collection & knowledge of the garden’s unique history. Docent trainees will enjoy regular educational walks through the Garden, learning from seasoned docents & knowledgeable staff & will acquire the skills & techniques necessary to engage visitors as they tour Quarryhill.
Quarryhill Botanical Garden
12841 Hwy., 12, Glen Ellen
(707) 996-3166
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Sun 6/10

Freedom Jazz Choir
Rehearsals begin Saturday, Feb. 17 & run monthly until May.

Free community concert, JUNE 10, 2018, featuring the Marcus Shelby Big Band, with guest performers James Newton & Ruth Naomi Floyd. It’s the penultimate concert in the 20th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival & you can be a part of it!

Themed "Lift Every Voice & Sing!" as a member of the Freedom Jazz Choir. Participants of all ages & ranges are needed for this diverse & fun group. No experience is necessary.
(707) 433-4633
Click here for details

Tue 1/16
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Sun 8/05

New Exhibition - 50 Years of Franklin - Schulz Museum
Charles Schulz introduced topical issues using humor as a vehicle for serious subjects. In 1968, shortly after the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a LA Schoolteacher, Harriet Glickman, wrote to Schulz regarding the integration of Peanuts. She believed that the popular comic strip could help influence attitudes on race. As a result of their correspondence, Franklin was introduced to the cartoon & soon became a series regular.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Wed 1/17

Monthly Lecture Series - Petaluma
7-9pm - The first in a monthly lecture series - showcasing different aspects of Sonoma County will be John Schubert, author of "Hidden History of Sonoma County" telling of the enterprising spirit & enthralling history that led to Sonoma County's storied agricultural heritage & defined its earliest denizens. Sail the seas with Captain Bodega y Quadra & wave farewell to the last train out of the redwoods. Hear about the rise & fall of Sonoma's tobacco growers & the historic opening of the Jenner Bridge as the automobile rose in popularity. Schubert will be available after the talk to sign copies of his book.
$5/Donation Requested.
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum
20 4th St., Petaluma

Wed 1/17

Hidden History of Sonoma County, talk by Author John Schubert
7-9pm. Cost: $5/Donation Requested.
Schubert will be available after the talk to sign copies of his book.
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum
20 4th St/. Petaluma
(707) 778-4398

Wed 1/17

Cheese Cares - A Fire Felief Fundraiser - Point Reyes
6pm - 3-Course Family Style Dinner.
Donations of: 4$50, $75 or $100 will be accepted upon RESERVATIONS.
Click here for details
14700 Shoreline Hwy.



Wed 1/17

Food & Film Festival - Healdsburg
6pm. Tickets: $10/includes Shed-spiced popcorn.
Shed
25 North St., Healdsburg
Click here for details


Wed 1/17
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Mon 1/22

FREE TRAUMA & GRIEF SUPPORT COUNSELING
Especially for Fire Survivors offered by group of experienced grief Counselors & Educators.
Via Phone, FaceTime or Skype.
International Institute for Humanistic Studies
(707) 763-3808 to request a support session or more info about the program or participating counselors.

Wed 1/17
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Tue 1/23

Tool Library - Santa Rosa
The devastating fires in Sonoma County have left many of our neighbors without their homes while others have need to repair & clean up fire damage. The Santa Rosa Tool Library (SRTL) provides free access to common hand & power tools to all Sonoma County residents.
Santa Rosa Tool Library
642 5th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 576-0590
Click here for details

Wed 1/17
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Sun 2/25

FREE Home Energy Workshops - Sonoma County
1/17
6:30-8pm
Rohnert Park Cotati Library
6250 Lynne Conde Way

2/25
6:30-8pm
Santa Rosa Central Library
211 E St., Santa Rosa

(707) 565-6470
Click here for details

Wed 1/17
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Sat 3/31

Think you've got the Chop's? - Santa Rosa
Event: March 31, 2018

Gather your friends, coworkers & family members & put together a team to compete int he 2nd Annual Who's Got The Chop's Lip Sync Battle.
The Competition is tough, making an impact is easy. All proceeds benefit Chop's Teen Club & our local teens.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Click here for details

Wed 1/17
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Thu 5/03

Cloverdale Sculpture Trail
Year-round exhibit of sculptures by local artists includes self-guided audio tours.
Cloverdale Blvd.
Click here for details

Wed 1/17
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Mon 12/31

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital - Volunteers Needed
Their extensive volunteer program serves many different departments. Volunteers provide help to Staff as well as comfort to Patients & Visitors. Training is provided. If you are a physically fit mature Adult with some time to spare please call.
(707) 522-1598
Click here for details

Thu 1/18

4-Week Course from Grape to Glass
School of Business & Economics, SSU
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-3235
Click here for details;

Thu 1/18

Cyclist Andy Hampsten - Santa Rosa
9am, Iconic Cyclist Andy Hampsten will lead a 38-mile ride to celebrate the official opening of Santa Rosa's Astro Motel

The ride is free & open to the public but space is limited - Interested Cyclists must RSVP by 1/13 by emailing shamby@theastromotel.com or
RSVP: (707) 200-4655.
2pm - The Astro will also host a ribbon cutting event with a tour, drinks & hors d'oeuvres.

Thu 1/18

Detox & Cleansing Class - Healdsburg
6pm - "Food is Medicine" Series continues.
Taught by Cooks from The Nectary aling with naturopathic doctors Chris Holder & Jen Reigle.
Class includes a dinner with Beverage = $96.
Relish Culinary
14 Matheson St., Healdsburg
Click here for details

Thu 1/18
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Sun 2/04

Honkey Tonk Angels - 6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa
A toe-tappin', song-beltin' heart-warmin' Country Music treat! With "These Boots are Made for Walkin," "9-to-5,' 'Stand By Your Man' & many other favorites!
6th Street Playhouse
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Thu 1/18
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Thu 5/17

Country Line Dance - Penngrove
1st & 3rds THURSDAYS
Doors: 7pm, Show: 7:30pm.
All Ages Welcome. Tickets: $10
Twin Oaks Roadhouse
5475 Old Redwood Hwy., Penngrove
(707) 795-5118

Fri 1/19

After Hours Beauty Night at Mad Mod Shop
Miss January Calendar Girl
6pm. Cost: $45/Per Person - includes:
Makeup Class inspired by a Hollywood icon (using professional makeup originally reserved for film & theater),
Hairstyle Tutorial to complement the look (learn a quick + easy retro hairstyle without heat tools),
Hair accessory to keep & $10* credit towards a makeup purchase. 20% off shop purchases,*
Make up vanity stations with the tools & makeup to achieve the look.
Treat bar + Photo Opp to capture the look
Optional: Professionally applied false lashes available for an additional cost.
Mad Mod Shop in the Barlow
6780 McKinley St., #140, Sebastopol
(707) 329-6113

Fri 1/19

Martini Madness - Sonoma
5-7pm - Bartenders from Sonoma Valley Restaurants, Bars & Pubs vie to create the BEST NEW MARTINI. Guests get to sample an array of olive-inspired martinis & vote for their favorites.
Tickets: $65/Per Person.
MacArthur Place Hotel
29 E. MacArthur St., Sonoma
Click here for details

Fri 1/19

TIM O’REILLY WTF? - Sebastopol
7pm - "What's the Future and Why It's Up to Us."
Presented by SEBASTOPOL COPPERFIELD’S BOOKS & SEBASTOPOL COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER PRESENT.

The digital revolution has transformed the world of media by upending centuries-old companies & business models. Tim O’Reilly, Silicon Valley’s leading intellectual & the founder of O’Reilly Media, explores the upside & potential downsides of our future economy. In WTF O’Reilly shares the evolution of his intellectual development, applying his approach to a number of challenging issues we will face as citizens, employees, business leaders & a nation.
TICKETS:
$40 + fee admits (1), includes a copy of the book.
$50 + fee admits (2), includes a copy of the book.
$10 + fee admits (1), no book included.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol

Fri 1/19

Open Studio - Fulton
5-8pm - Becoming Independent
Fulton Crossing Gallery, St. H
1200 River Rd., Fulton
Click here for details

Fri 1/19
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Sun 1/21

Series of Consensus Building Workshops - Redwood Valley
9am-5pm - For Neighbors, Advocates, Business, Agencies & others.
Breakfast, Lunch & Refreshments provided
Your voice is important to build new bridges
FEES: $198 (or $298 will help sponsor another person).
Redwood Valley Grange
8650 East Rd., Redwood Valley
(707) 489-0263 or (707) 217-2308
REGISTRATION: Click here for details

Fri 1/19
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Sat 1/27

Oliver’s Windsor Tavern Event Calendar
Kick off 2018 with live local music, great beer & wine events at Oliver’s Windsor.
Oliver’s Market Windsor &
Tavern off the Green
9230 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor
(707) 687-2050
Click here for details

Tavern Friday Wine & Beer Events:
1/19, 5-7pm Simi Winery Tasting ($2 Fee)

Tavern Live Music Calendar:
Every Friday, 11am-3pm: Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd
1/20, 4-6pm – Dave Hamilton
1/27, 4-6pm – Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd

Fri 1/19
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Fri 3/23

Annual Crab Feed Series at The Tides Wharf, Bodega Bay
DATES: 1/19, 2/9, 2/23, 3/9, 3/23.
Restaurant in Bodega Bay features chilled Dungeness crab, cocktail sauce, drawn butter, Tides' mustard sauce, clam chowder, pasta, green salad & French bread. Reservations are recommended. The series continues through March.

Stay overnight! Special room rates are available at the Inn at the Tides, 800-541-7788
Cost: $59.95 plus tax & gratuity
The Tides Wharf Restaurant
835 Coast Hwy One, Bodega Bay
(707) 875-3652

Sat 1/20

Puma Athletic Boosters Crab Feed Fundraiser - Maria Carrillo High School
$50/Per Person.
St. Eugenes Becker Center
2323 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

Ursuline Alumnae Association Annual Crab Feed - Windsor
5:30-9:30pm - All-You-Can-Eat Crab, Pasta, Salad, Bread, Wine & Dessert. No Host Bar, Auction & Raffle. Cost: $55/Per Person.
Mary Agatha Furth Center, Windsor
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

Presentation by Paula Freund - Petaluma Museum
2-3:30pm - The curious story of the creation, exhibition, storage, rediscovery & conservation of the Petaluma Museum's masterpiece painting "California Yesterday & Today" by Professor Eugene Urbain & an explicit analysis of its antecedents & iconography. Free to attend.
Petaluma Museum
20 Fourth St.

Sat 1/20

Crab Feed - Petaluma
5pm/No-Host Bar, 6pm/Dinner.
Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Cracked Crab, Pasta, Salad & French Bread.
Hosted by The 7-11 Lion Club of Petaluma.
The money earned from the event will be help people with sight & hearing problems.
Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1094 Petaluma Blvd., South, Petaluma
(707) 763-0564 or (707) 765-1245
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

Paul Schneider - Cloverdale
6:30-9:30pm - Playing Trumpet & is a Vocalist, Greg Hester is on the piano, Jim Passarell on the bass & Geoff Whyte plays the drums. No Cover.
Cloverdale Ale Company
131 E. First St., Cloverdale
(707) 894-9610

Sat 1/20

5th Annual Laps for Charity - Sonoma Raceway
Lets you pilot your own car for a few laps around the 12-turn, 2.5-mile road course.
Cost: $150. Reservations Required.
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

The Bowl - Sebastopol
5pm - Cost: $35-$50. An annual event to support its ceramics studio. Tickets include a gorgeous handmade bowl to take home as well as dinner, dessert & entertainment. The one-of-a-kind ceramic bowls have been generously donated by the area’s many talented potters.

This event at the center supports improvements to the ceramics studio, which is used by children & adult clay artists from miles around. The Pre-Event ticket purchase, a tax-deductible donation of $50, ensures first choice of a gorgeous handmade bowl plus entertainment by Danza Azteca, a free glass of wine, chips & salsa, plus all activities in the Main Event. The Main Event tickets at $35 provides you with a gorgeous handmade bowl PLUS pozole with a meat or vegetarian option (donated by Mexico Linda), tortillas (from La Tortilla Factory), Mexican salad, a surprise dessert & Mariachi entertainment. Libations available for purchase. Spectacular original art Silent Auction items will also be available.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797

Sat 1/20

2 Opening Receptions: Art & History Museums of Sonoma County
6pm -
Cost: General Admission Applies (Free/Members).
2 new exhibitions, 2 museums & a double opening reception to celebrate both! Be among the first people to see "3 Friends: Hudson, Stuppin, Shaw" & "Bear in Mind: The Story of the California Grizzly" & enjoy the festivities.
Light appetizers & cash bar.
History Museum of Sonoma County
425 7th St., Santa Rosa
(707)579-1500

Sat 1/20

7th Annual John's March - Sonoma Raceway
7;30am/Registration, 9am/March Begins.
Advance registration is not required; walk-ups are welcome & encouraged.


Offering a unique chance to raise funds for the fight against cancer & enjoy a symbolic "march" around Sonoma Raceway's 2.52-mile road course. John's March has raised more than $90,000 over the past 6 years & is the West Coast’s only major fundraising walk for No Stomach for Cancer.
This is an all-inclusive event - children, pets, everyone is welcome.
(707) 933-3918
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

Napa Craft Beer & Spirits Festival
Taste a number of craft beverage selections, in one place, at one time. 35+ BREWERIES – 70 CRAFT BEERS, CIDERS & CRAFT SPIRITS, THE PERFECT BALANCE OF QUANTITY & QUALITY. ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE SELECTIONS OF CAREFULLY CURATED SEASONAL BEERS, CIDERS IN THE BAY AREA!

Nowhere else can attendees sample such a well curated sampling of craft beers, ciders & spirits, learn which craft samplings are their favorites & enjoy such a unique, mind-blowing mixology experience. Next time they are in their favorite local liquor store or craft beverage bar, they will be well prepared to sort through the staggering array of craft offerings!

Meet one-on-one with industry experts & brewers, watch beer being brewed, experience gourmet food tastings – made & paired with craft beer, play games & listen to fantastic live music! Doors open at 12/Noon.
JaM Cellars Ballroom at Margrit Mondavi Theatre
1030 Main St., Napa
(707) 880-2300
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

The Wonderful World of Vines - Santa Rosa
10:30am-12:30pm - The Best varieties of fruit production & ornamental vines for Sonoma County, including grapes, berries, beans & peas.
Rincon Valley Library
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

Welcome Roseland Community Celebration - Santa Rosa
Noon-4pm - Food, Fun & Performances.
Roseland Neighborhood Village
779 Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 1/20

2nd Annual Crab Feed - Forestville
5pm - Crab, Hot Pasta, Salad, Bread & Butter.
Live Music, Raffle/Auction
$50/Per Person - Pre Pay
Hosted by the Forestville Chamber of Commerce
Holy Ghost Hall
(707) 481-3565

Sat 1/20

An Introduction to Soil - Petaluma
10:30am-12:30pm - Talk about the living nature of soil, dimension of soil health, good & bad practices.
Petaluma Library

Sat 1/20

Herbal Wellness for Winter - Healdsburg
1pm - Learn how to use food & herbal medicine to promote vitality & well-being. Cost: $65/Per Person.
SHED
25 North St., Headlsburg
Click here for details

Sat 1/20
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Sun 1/21

Garage Sale - Rohnert Park
9am-4pm - Of the many items available, the primary Items for sale will be brand new Bridal Gowns & other women’s Formalwear such as Bridesmaids Dresses & Flower Girl Dresses. These items are from the closing of a Bridal Shop in Santa Rosa. Also, miscellaneous household goods.
4424 Graywhaler Lane, Rohnert Park

Sat 1/20
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Sat 1/27

Rose Pruning & Propagation Demonstrations - Healdsburg
JANUARY 20, Sat 9am-3pm / Propagation 3-4pm
JANUARY 27, Sat 9am-3pm / Propagation 3-4pm

Join us for a FUN, Hands-On day of rose pruning with ‘Jan, the Rose Lady.' We start indoors, with a "comprehensive" demonstration of pruning techniques on all types of roses - climbers, bushes, shrubs & miniatures. We’ll show you how to sharpen your shears! Then, you will actually practice pruning roses in our garden (not just watching....) with plenty of time for questions. Everyone will go home smiling & with a great deal more confidence in their ability to wield the pruning shears & prepare their gardens for a beautiful spring bloom! For your convenience some supplies such as pruning shears, sharpening stones, organic fungicide, etc. will be on hand for purchase.
Russian River Rose Co.
1685 Magnolia Dr., Healdsburg
(707) 433-7455
Click here for details

Sat 1/20
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Fri 2/23

Bodega Marine Laboratory Tours
Free Public drop-in Tours Offered Most Fridays from 2-4pm.
Explore the dynamic biodiversity of the Northern California Coast during a free, docent-led tour of the Bodega Marine Laboratory! All ages are welcome. See the numerous marine aquarium displays, containing colorful fish and other creatures.
Bodega Marine Laboratory
2099 Westshore Rd., Bodega Bay
(707) 875-2211

Sat 1/20
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Sun 4/15

Libros de Artista: Artist's Books from Mexico& the Mexican Diaspora
11am - Features about 40 contemporary limited edition books created by Latin American artists, sourced from both the original artists in Mexico & from the Latin American & Iberian Collections at Stanford University Libraries.

The books in the exhibition reveal a wide range of artistic, political & personal concerns. Topics explored include the relationship between gender & power, immigration, censorship, border control politics & other themes that are becoming more & more relevant to lives both north & south of the border.

Libros de Artista offers an enthusiastic ride through a world of strong graphic tradition, deeply felt relationships to material objects, profound knowledge of craft & a judicious use of technology.
Cost: $10/General; $7/Sonoma Residents, Seniors, College Students (with ID); $5/Ages 13-17, Free/12 & under, $15/Families.
Sonoma Valley Museum of Art
551 Broadway, Sonoma
(707) 939-7862 x14

Sun 1/21

Waterfowl of the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
7:30-11am - Wisit 2-3 sites along the Laguna, not normally open to the public, where waterfowl love to hang out. Learn to identify ducks by their behavior & vocalization, both in flight and while feeding & basic identification techniques & key characteristics of waterfowl found in Sonoma County.
$35/Non-Refundable). Pre-Registration Required
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277 x 110

Sun 1/21
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Sun 3/11

Pottery on the Wheel - Sonoma
Develop & improve your throwing skills while exploring a range of forms through multiple class projects in this all-level throwing class.
Instructor, Ken Carmean - shares the basic steps of throwing, shaping & trimming of pottery on the wheel.
(707) 938-4626 x1
Click here for details

Mon 1/22

Gustav Klimt: Dialogues with Auguste Rodin
12/Noon-1:30p. - Docent Speaker Alfred Escoffier will present featured works from the artist’s estate in Vienna and the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, along with the largest collection of Klimt paintings in the world.
Tickets:
$15/Friendship Circle Members; $18/Guests
Includes Lunch, Dessert & featured Entertainment
Congregation Shomrei Torah
2600 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-1182

Mon 1/22

A Teach-in with Bill Say
7-9pm - Self & Other: Ways We Divide Ourselves From Other People. Presented by Occupy Sonoma County.
Peace & Justice Center
467 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Mon 1/22
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Mon 2/26

Museum Mondays for Little Ones - Santa Rosa
January 22 & 29, 10am–12/Noon.
Enjoy stories, movement games, arts & craft activities EVERY Monday. Activities are designed for children ages 1-5 & their caregivers.
Cost: $5/per child; free for those displaced by fires. Up to 2 adults per child are free before 11am. After 11am, regular museum admission applies.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Tue 1/23

4rh Annual - 1 Warm Coat - Fundraiser - Santa Rosa
5:30-8:30pm - AND Clothing Drive.
Sometimes, 1 Warm Coat is all someone needs to get through another tough year. Let's help the LOCALS in our Community that are in need this winter. Adult & Children sizes needed - scarves, gloves & hats are acceptable, too!
Live Music, Great Food, Raffle Tickets: $1 - enter to win one of many prizes!
Cooperage Brewing Company, Santa Rosa
21+ ONLY - PLEASE!

Tue 1/23
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Tue 1/30

YOGA for Radiance - Sebastopol
9:30-10:30am - Tuesdays
Incorporate breath with gentle movements to increase stamina & overall well-being.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St.,
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Tue 1/23
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Sun 12/30

The Princess Project - Sonoma County
A Non-Profit organization that provides free prom dresses & accessories to teens who would otherwise be unable to attend their event. Founded in 2002, we serve more than 5,000 teens each prom season at 5 locations across California.

Would you like to learn about opportunities to volunteer? Host a dress drive? Join our leadership team? Make a tax-deductible donation? Attend a dress giveaway?
Click here for details

Wed 1/24
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Sun 4/15

New Exjhibit - Healdsburg Museum
Opening Reception: 5:30pm

New Exhibit beginning January 25th & continuing through April 15th. Featuring notable women in our local history, their colorful lives & significant achievements in the 19th & early 20th centuries that helped shaped the character of our community.
Healdsburg Museum & Historical Society
221 Matheson St., Healdsburg
(707) 431-3325
Click here for details

Wed 1/24
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Sat 12/22

SRJC CELEBRATING 100TH ANNIVERSARY WITH PRIDE, PURPOSE & PROGRESS
The 100th Anniversary Opening Reception takes place from 4:30-6:30pm at the Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center on the SRJC Campus.
The entire community is invited. Reception features music, theatre & cheerleading performances by SRJC students, honored guests including Superintendent/President Dr. Frank Chong, Board of Trustees President Maggie Fishman, & Honorary 100th Anniversary Chair & former Board of Trustees President Rick Call, whose family has a long & deep history with the college. Guests will enjoy Anniversary Birthday cake, be invited to share their SRJC stories on a long scroll & be invited to dress in theatre costumes for the photo booth. Reception is free; parking on campus is free from 4-7pm on that day.
Click here for details, with specific events listed at:
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Admission to most events is free of charge.

Thu 1/25

Sonoma Library Book Club Begins
2pm - 1st Book discussion group of 2018 begins with "Carama! A Tale told in the Turns of the Card," by Nina Marie Martinez, which combines romance with adventure in one big hot tamale."
The series continues with a new book for each monthly meeting throughout 2018.
755 West Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 996-5217

Fri 1/26

Rapture, Blister, Burn - Healdsburg
Raven Performing Art Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-6335
Click here for details

Fri 1/26

Whose Live Anyway - San Rafael
8pm - 90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy & song all based on audience suggestions.
Greg Proops, Joel Murray Ryan Stiles & Jeff B. Davis leave their audiences gasping with the very witty scenes they invent before your eyes. Everyone is amazed at how quickly they make it up & crowds of all ages are astounded at the incredible improvised song lyrics Jeff Davis improvise & sing.
Tickets: $59.50 $49.50, $39.50, $29.50
Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael
(415) 473-4381
Click here for details

Fri 1/26
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Thu 1/25

Smartphone Help - Sebastopol
Held on 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the Month to assist with general Smart Phone needs.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.,
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Fri 1/26
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Sun 2/11

RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN AT THE RAVEN!
“Can a woman really have it all?” That‘s the tantalizing, complex & compelling question posed in Gina Gionfriddo’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play Rapture Blister Burn, produced by the Raven Players in Healdsburg.

It’s a fresh, lively, funny look at look at family, career, romance & the choices, large & small, that define one’s life.
Join us for this unique & engaging look at gender politics in the modern world.
Healdsburg Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 529.3453
Click here for details

Fri 1/26
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Fri 5/04

Sonoma Sate University - Spring Schedule of Screenings
ALL Screenings are in Warren Auditorium, Ives Hall
1801 East Cotati Ave., SSU Campus, Rohnert Park
Suggested Ticket Donation: $5/Per Person.
$5/Parking Fee on all SSU lots.
(707) 664-2606
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Boys & Girls Clubs Crustacean Celebration 2018 - Petaluma
5:30-10:30pm - All-You-Can-Eat Crab Dinner, Dancing, Silent & Live Auction. No Host Bar, DJ. 21+. Cost: $95/Per Person.
Lucchesi Park Clubhouse
203 Maria Dr., Petaluma
(707) 528-7977


Sat 1/27

15th Annual Chowder Day - Bodega Bay
10am-3pm - take a culinary tour of the town. You'll spend the day tasting chowder & meeting chefs. Visit all the stops & you're eligible for an entry in a prize drawing! Trust us, you won't leave Bodega Bay hungry!
Cost: $10/Per Person - PRE-SALE ONLY!
Harbor View Village
Harbor View Way
(Follow signs for ticket booth)
Bodega Bay
(707) 875-3866

Sat 1/27

11th Annual Dunham School PTO Crab Feed & Auction -
Tickets: $55/Per Person.
5:30pm/Cocktails, 6:30/Dinner at 6:30.
Hermann Sons Hall, Petaluma
(707) 795-5050
Tickets online:
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Firestorm Clothing Distribution - Santa Rosa
Hours: 10ma-2pm - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Transparent Giving
Firestorm Clothing Distribution for ANYONE in need. Like-New & gently used clothing (BABY, KID'S, BUSINESS/Work, MEN'S & WOMEN'S), Toys, Accessories, Bedding/Blankets, & much more.
Sonoma Rebound
353 College Ave., Santa Rosa
(corner of Glenn St. & College Ave)
Street parking available.
CONTACT: Angela Lindberg (707) 235-3614
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Pacific Empire Chorus PLUS All You Can Eat Crab - Petaluma
5-9pm - Live A Capella
Show plus All-You-Can-Eat Crab, Pasta, Salad, French Bread, Handmade Desserts. $50-$60.
Petaluma Veterans Memorial Bldg
1094 Petaluma Blvd., S, Petaluma
877-772-0087
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Flat Tire Club Crab Feed - Santa Rosa
5pm- Benefits Becoming Independent.
$50/Per Person.

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Art and Adventure Sleepover with Snoopy
Brownies are invited to spend a night at the Schulz Museum. Sleep over at the Museum & design your own stamp & letterbox. Pizza dinner & Continental Breakfast included. For fees & reservations visit the Girls Scouts of Northern California website or call
(707) 544-5472

Sat 1/27

Crab Feed - Piner High School
5pm - Dinner, Dessert & Auction.
$55/Per Person.
Friedman Event Center
4676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 571-7420
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Crab Feed - Rancho Adobe Firefighters
6pm - All-You-Can-Eat Crab, French Bread & Salad.
Tickets: $60/Per Person.
Penngrove Community Clubhouse
385 Woodward Ave., Penngrove
(707) 795-6011

Sat 1/27

Crab & Pasta Feed - Rancho Cotati High School, Rohnert Park
5-10:30pm - Salad, Pasta, French Bread, Live Auction, Raffle, Music & Drinks. 21+
Cost: $60/Per Person.
Rohnert Park Community Center
5401 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park

Sat 1/27

Crow's Landing - Cloverdale
6:30-9:30pm - Home town singer-songwriters, Adam Herman, formerly of Deadman's Blue's Band & Lisa Ann, of The Derringer Girls, have joined together as Crow's Landing. Performing primarily original songs, peppered with some crowd pleasing familiar favorites, the pair brings to the stage a modern & upbeat style, spanning traditional American to Rock & Blues. No Cover.
Cloverdale Ale Company
131 E. First St., Cloverdale
(707) 894-9610

Sat 1/27

Knights of Columbus Crab Feed & Dinner - Windsor
5:30pm - Bay Shrimp Salad, Garlic Bread, Pasta.
No-Host Bar, Music by Rock On a roll
$50-$60.
Mary Agatha Furth Cntr
8400 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor
(707) 481-2267

Sat 1/27

Sebastopol Guitar Festival
12/Noon-10pm - Mini Concerts, workshops & Headliners featuring Volker Strifler Band along with Kevin Russell & Some Friends. Additional mini-concerts throughout the day include Mary Flower, Jim Nichols, Steel Guitar Summit featuring Dave Zirbel, Jon Mitguard, Bobby Lee, & Bobby Black, as well as a Songwriters panel & small group instruction from true guitar masters will be held in 2 classrooms throughout the day. Cost: $20-$32
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Sat 1/27

Learn different Pencil techniques - Laguna Environmental Cneter
10am-3pm - Spend a peaceful, meditative day learning & practicing different colored pencil techniques from botanical artist & instructor, Nina Antze. We'll explore the textures & markings of winter branches, along with lichen & the dying leaves, acorns, dried berries & other vestiges of the season. Learn ways to use lots of color.
All levels welcome. Suitable for 12+ (kids under 15 must be accompanied by a parent). Participants bring their own lunch & art supplies (a supply list will be provided).
Cost: $95. Pre-Registration Required: Click here for details
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road
(707) 527-9277 x110

Sun 1/28

Perfect Pairing: Wisdom & Wine - Santa Rosa
2-4pm - Join us for a delicious & surprising afternoon of Jewish learning, Sonoma wines & gorgeous landscapes. Led by Reb Irwin Keller & sampling the wines of Fog Crest Vineyard.
Cost: $20 - Includes 2 wines, light cheese pairing, conversation & community.
Fog Crest Vineyard
7602 Occidental Rd. Sebastopol
(415) 847-2992
Register:
Click here for details



Sun 1/28

Marc Cohn, Featuring Special Guests: The Blind Boys of Alabama - Rohnert Park
Show: 7:30pm.
Weill Hall, Green Music Center, SSU
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Sun 1/28

Montgomery High School Education Foundation Crab Feed - Santa Rosa
5:30-9pm - Live & Silent Auction - All you can eat Crab Feed. Tickets: $60/Per Person.
Eugene Becker Center
2323 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa
Click here for details




Sun 1/28

Santa Rosa Symphony’s Finley Foundation Family Concert “Green Eggs & Ham & Tubby the Tuba”
2pm - Free Petting Zoo,
3pm - Performance.
Tickets: $17/Adult, $12/Youth. All patrons, regardless of age must have ticket.
Weill Hall, Green Music Center, SSU
Rohnert Park
(707) 54-MUSIC (707-546-8742)
Click here for details

Wed 1/31

Pilobolus Maximus - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa
7pm - Pre-Show Discussion,
8pm - Show.
The company continues to propel the seeds of expression via human movement to every corner of the wold, growing & changing each year while reaching new audiences & exploring new visual 7 musical planes.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Wed 1/31

North Coast Specialty Food & Beverage Industry Conference - Rohnert Park
7;30am/Registration, 8-11:30am/Program.
Enjoy a continental breakfast while listening to speakers who know the industry inside & out.
DoubleTre Hotel, Rohnert Park
(707) 521-5264
Register:
Click here for details

February

Thu 2/01

Healing from the October Fires - Santa Rosa
6:30-8:30pm - Ecological & Firewise Perspectives Presentation with Maya Khosla
Join us for this multifaceted program of poetry, film & scientific perspectives on fire ecology & being firewise.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Fri 2/02

First Friday Film Series - Schulz Museum
7pm - Movie "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955) starring James Dean & Natalie Wood. Cost: Free/Members, $5/Public. Sponsored by Craig Schulz.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 2/02

Windsor Wrestling Surf or Turf Fundraiser
4pm - Plated 10oz Prime Rib Plate or all you can eat Crab. No Host Bar, Wine & Beer for purchase.
Cost: $25-$50.
Herta Gymnasium
9291 Old Redwood Hwy. Bldg. 200, Windsor
Click here for details, borwnpapertickets.com/event/3201704

Fri 2/02

6th Annual Jazz Concert - Petaluma Museum
6:30pm - Music in the Dorian Mode, the 6th Annual Jazz Concert by our local Jazz & Blues ensemble. Tickets: $25/Downstairs in advance, includes Food & Beverages, $30/Door, or $35/upstairs, limited seating includes Champagne & Food.
Petaluma Historical Museum
20 4th St., Petaluma
(707) 778-4398

Fri 2/02

Kayaking the Laguna celebrating World Wetland Day - Santa Rosa
9am-12/Noon
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Fri 2/02
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Sat 2/03

Annual Church of the Oaks Crab Feed - Cotati
6-9pm - All-You-Can-Eat Crab, Wine included. Pasta, Salad, Garlic Bread, Brownies. Auction plus Entertainment with Gil Gardener. Cost: $30-$60.
Church of the Oaks Fellowship Hall
175 page St., Cotati
(707) 217-8344

Fri 2/02
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Thu 2/15

Pliny the Younger Release - Santa Rosa
11am - Available for just 2 weeks, Feb. 2-15, 2018. This Triple IPA has triple the amount of hops as a regular IPA, making it difficult & expensive to make - hence it's short release time frame & limited availability! This award-winning brew is not bottled, so more people can try it right from the source in Santa Rosa or at select draft accounts. Cost: Free Admission
Russian River Brewing Company
725 4th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-BEER

Fri 2/02
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Thu 2/15

Pliny the Younger Release - Santa Rosa
11am. Free Admission
Russian River Brewing Company's phenomenally popular Pliny the Younger is available for just 2 weeks, (Feb. 2-15), 2018. This Triple IPA has triple the amount of hops as a regular IPA, making it difficult & expensive to make - hence it's short release time frame & limited availability! This award-winning brew is not bottled, so more people can try it right from the source in Santa Rosa or at select draft accounts.
Russian River Brewing Company
725 4th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-BEER

Fri 2/02
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Sun 2/25

Burined Child - Main Stage West, Sebastopol
Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize Winning Play.
An American Gothic Masterwork
Thursday-Saturday, 8pm, Sunday, 5pm.
104 North Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
Click here for details

Fri 2/02
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Sat 4/28

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater - Windsor
"The Gumshoe Murders" a 1940's Detective Story
Show Dates: Feb 2nd, 17th & 24th, March 10th & 24th, April 6th, 20th & 28th
Seating: 7pm. Tickets: $68/Per Person (tax & tip not included) includes Dinner & the Show.
Charlie's Restaurant at the Windsor Golf Club
1320 19th Hole Dr., Windsor
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: (707) 837-001
Click here for details

Sat 2/03

57th Annual Forestry Crab Feed - Sebastopol
5-11:30pm - All-You-Can-Eat Crab Cioppino, Shrimp Salad, Garlic Bread, Wine, Dancing, Raffle & Silent Auction.
Tickets: $65/Per Person - By Mail ONLY
Forestry Crab Feed
P.O. Box 265
Fulton, CA 95439
Holy Ghost Hall
7960 Mill Station Rd., Sebastopol

Sat 2/03

Sonoma Valley High School Boosters Crab Feed & Dance
5-11pm - Fresh Cracked Crab, Pasta, Caesar Salad, Dessert & Coffee. Tickets: $65-$85.
Sonoma Veterans Bldg.
126 1st W., Sonoma
(707) 241-3268

Sat 2/03

2nd Annual Bourbon, Bacon & Beer Speakeasy Party - Santa Rosa
7-11pm - Join Council on Aging & enjoy live Music by Parlor Tricks, Libations & Gaming Tables. Dress up in your favorite roaring 20's clothing!
Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Ellington Hall
3535 Industrial Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 525-0143 x146

Sat 2/03

Fruit Tree Care & Pruning Seminar - Healdsburg
10:30am - Attendees will receive 20% off storewide!
Prickett's Nursery & Garden Center
12950 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg
(707) 433-8904
Click here for details

Sat 2/03

29th Annual Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest - Santa Rosa
SAVE - The - DATE!

Join over 1,500 supporters from the Agricultural & Business Community in support of Agricultural Scholarships, Education Programs & Youth Activities!

Fabulous Food, Medal Winning Wines, Impressive Live & Silent Auctions.
Click here for details

Sun 2/04

Join Council on Aging for "The Big Game"
A Fundraiser Benefiting Meals on Wheels
Doors: 2:45pm. The Big Game: 3:30pm.
The Party ends when the Game ends.

$25/Donation - 2 free drink tickets & access to Food Trucks, Local Micro Brews, Football Pool Boards, Gaming Tables & more!

Watch "The Big Game" on our big screen TV's while you & your friends lounge on one of 16 leather couches or on one of our many bean bag chairs. You can win big prizes at one of our many Gaming Tables or Football Pool Boards. All Guests Must Be 21 or Older.
Ellington Hall
3535 Industrial Dr. Santa Rosa

Sun 2/04

Superbowl Party - Whiskey Tip, Santa Rosa
Join Mike Adams, Morning Man - 106.3 THE BULL
1pm - Tailgate Party,
Huge Outdoor Patio with BBQ & Games,
Half time HOT DOG Eating Contest,
Raffle at the end of each Quarter,
Drink Specials ALL DAY!

Whiskey Tip Bourbon & BBQ
1910 Sebastopol Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 843-5535

Wed 2/07

10th Annual Sonoma County Transition Fair
3-6pm - Sonoma County Transition Consortium
Sonoma County Office of Education
5340 Skylane Blvd., Santa Rosa
(707) 569-2030

Wed 2/07

Crab Feed - Windsor
5:30-10pm - All-You-Can-Eat Crab, Pasta, Salad & Bread, Silent & Live Auction's (just wait until we reveal the incredible items) as well as a no-host Bar which will feature Local Wine, Brews, & refreshing Cocktails. Plus a DJ & Live Auctioneer that will get the party crackin! Ticket: 475/Per Person.
Brooks Road Club
9640 Brooks Road S., Windsor
707) 528-7977 x106

Thu 2/08

Michael Pollan - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa
8pm - Best-Selling Author & sustainable food advocate tells you why eating well is essential to humanity & beneficial not just to the individual but to society as a whole.
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Fri 2/09
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Sun 2/25

EQUUS - 6th Street Plahyhouse
Don't miss the stunning theatricality, profound ideas & emotional impact of this Tony Ward winning play! Mature content advisory.
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Fri 2/09
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Sun 2/25

South Pacific - Spreckels
Spreckels Performing Arts Center
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
Click here for details

Fri 2/09
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Sun 2/25

South Pacific - Spreckels Performing Arts Center
Rodgers & Hammerstein's - melds themes of romance, duty & prejudice to create a classic story that rings true today. Set on a tropical islnad in the South Pacific during WWII, this heartbreaking, thought-provoking musical follows 2 intercultural love stories....
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
Click here for details

Sat 2/10

19th Annual PAWS for LOVE - Santa Rosa
6-10pm - Auction & Gala.
Tickets: $45/Donation in Advance, $55/Door.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave at Stony Point, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 2/10

Lessons Learned in my Garden - Clvoerdale
10:30am-12:30pm - Lecture
Cloverdale Library
401 N. Cloverdale Blvd.,
Click here for details

Sat 2/10

Healthy Gardens: A Balanced Approach - Santa Rosa
10:30-12:30pm - Workshop combines a 45-minute presentation with demonstrations & displays of drip irrigation, less toxic pesticides, compost & beneficial insects.
Rincon Valley Libary
https;//www.sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/3738183

Sat 2/10

Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival
California's largest celebration of the migration of Steelhead Trout! A great, family-friendly event for all ages. Enjoy food trucks, Bear Republic beer, wines from the Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley. Arts & crafts projects for the kids, archery, live music - and even fishing for the kids. Snag a trout to take home for dinner! Educational tours of the Congressman Don Clause Fish Hatchery, wildlife & conservation exhibits & more. Rain or shine!
Milt Brandt Visitors Center at Lake Sonoma
3288 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville
(707) 431-4533

Sat 2/10

Love Will Keep Us Together - Marin Valentine's Ball
5:30pm -
Marin County Civic Center Exhibit Hall
(415) 686-3516
Click here for details

Sun 2/11

An Evening with Bill Maher - San Rafael
7:30pm - Host of HBO’s smash hit Real Time, is bringing his special brand of political humor to Marin Center for an unforgettable evening of comedy.

For more than 20 years he has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American tv. 1st on Politically Incorrect (Comedy Central, ABC, 1993-2002) & for the last 14 years on HBO’s Real Time, Maher’s combination of unflinching honesty & big laughs have garnered him 40 Emmy nominations. Maher won his first Emmy in 2014 as executive producer for the HBO series, VICE. In October of 2008, this same combination was on display in Maher’s uproarious & unprecedented swipe at organized religion, Religulous (the 8th Highest Grossing Documentary .
Marin Center, San Rafael
Click here for details

Thu 2/15

Presentation - Santa Rosa
7-8:30pm - Dr. Jane Nielson about our rocky earth.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Fri 2/16
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Sat 2/17

Mr. Healdsburg Pageant: King of Kings - Healdsburg
Pas Winners & Favorite Contestants meet head to head in the final battle for the crown over 2 nights of fierce competition. May the best Mr. Healdsburg win!
RAVEN Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-6335
Click here for details

Fri 2/16
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Mon 2/19

Citrus Fair & Parade - Cloverdale
Featuring 3-D exhibits made of citrus fruit & other food products. The Citrus Fair Queen will be crowned on the Friday evening. Gourmet Food, Arts, Crafts & a carnival bring fun for the whole family. Visit the website for information about special performances, like the Cabaret Players or the Country-Western dance with Paulie's Garage & the Kick'n Country Girls. A parade will go through town on the Saturday morning at 11am.
Cost: $7/General, $5/Senior (62+) & Junior (6-12).
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
Citrus Fair Drive & S. Washington St,m Cloverdale
(707) 894-3992

Sat 2/17

CRAB FEED - Windsor
All-You-Can-Eat CRAB, PASTA, SALAD & BREAD, Dancing, Silent & Live Auction's & No-Host Bar & DJ! We cannot do what we do without you and we cannot wait to see our wonderful community come together! Tickets: $75/Per Person.

NEW - Crab Survival Kits
Bbe equipped with crab-feasting tools & all you need to make the most of this year's event!
Guests 21+ please.
Brooks Road Club
9640 Brooks Road S., Windsor
(707) 528-7977 x106

Sat 2/17

Peter Yarrow & Noel Paul Stookey - SSU
7:30pm - Hear two-thirds of the 1960's iconic folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary performing classic hits.
Tickets: Start at $40/Per Person.
SSU
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Sun 2/18

Symphonic Surfin' Safari - Santa Roa
Legendary Beach Boy Tribute Band Papa Doo Run Run had an unprecedented 15-year run as the celebrity house band at Disneyland - today they perform worldwide! Enjoy Classic Rock from the 60's & 70's, including, "California Girls," "Surfin' Safari," & many more! 3pm - Show.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Sun 2/18

Laguna Watershed Perspectives: Taylor Mountain Regional Park Walk
9am-12:30 - How is Taylor Mountain connected to the Laguna de Santa Rosa? Join Sonoma County Regional Parks & Laguna Foundation naturalists for a leisurely walk along Todd Creek Trail, a 1.5 mile loop to find out! We'll stop to enjoy the views, do a little birdwatching, look for signs of wildlife, & see what else pops up to explore. Topics will include watershed connections, conservation, wildlife corridors & more.
We'll start out at the Laguna Environmental Center's Heron Hall with hot drinks & snacks & a brief watershed perspectives presentation.
Then well carpool to Taylor Mountain for the hike. Parking fees are included in the $10 event fee. After a couple hours on the trail, we'll carpool back to the Laguna Environmental Center by 12:30pm. Participants are welcome to bring their picnic lunch to enjoy at the Center, surrounded by birds & beautiful views. Heavy rain cancels.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Tue 2/20
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Fri 2/23

Symposium for Professional Wine Writers at Meadowood Napa Valley
900 Meadowood Lane., St. Helena
Click here for details

Tue 2/20
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Thu 3/15

THE FARTHEST SHORE ART EXHIBIT - SRJC
An immersive exhibit of works by 6 prominent women printmaking artists, will be featured at the Robert F. Agrella Art Gallery at Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) through March 15th. The artists’ works will be shown together for the first time, inviting viewers to consider ideas of landscape, water & the unknown through large paper installations that will fill the gallery to create a space for viewers to explore their own farthest shore. Entrance is free. Parking in SRJC lots is $4.

The opening reception for The Farthest Shore will be on 2/22 at 4pm at the Robert F. Agrella Art Gallery, featuring Canadian printmaker Kelsey Stephenson as the guest speaker. She will discuss her process & the inspiration behind her work, which has been featured in several exhibits & collections around the world, including the Royal Alberta Museum in Canada & the Guanlan Print Art Museum in China. The speaker’s attendance at this event is made possible by funds raised by SRJC art students at the Student Print Sale.

Thu 2/22

Dragonflies Eagles of the Insect World Presentation with Kevin Munroe
7-8:30pm - A behind-the-scenes look into the strange & colorful world of dragonflies. Kevin hails from Virginia, so his photos will include lots of exotic east coast insects. Spend a winter evening being warmed by stories & descriptions of these valuable predators.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road
(707) 527-9277

Fri 2/23
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Sun 2/25

Annual Santa Rosa Tattoos & Blues
Live Blues Bands, world renowned Tattoo Artists, Exhibits & Contests all weekend long. Car Show on Saturday. Lagunitas Brewery will be sponsoring the event & their beers will be on tap.
Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa
2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 526-0471

Sat 2/24

Fairytale Ball - Santa Rosa
5-7pm - A dance party for kids (4-12) & their favorite chaperone! Create a special memory with a fanciful “fairytale” theme as you dance to fun music, visit with Princess Bell & enjoy fun activities (crafts, face-painting & more).
Light refreshments will be served.
Cost: $30/Per Couple, must purchase in advance.
Extra youth ticket $10 (limit 1 additional youth per escort).
Purchase Tickets:
Click here for details
Finley Community Center
2060 W College Avenue Santa Rosa

Sat 2/24

Fishing in the City - Santa Rosa
9-11am - Join SR Rec & Parks & SR Firefighters at Lake Ralphine for a morning of fishing!

Come to Howarth Park’s Lake Ralphine for a morning of family fishing. Thirty-minute “Learn to Fish” Clinics will be offered which will cover all the basics. Loaner rods provided. Children should be 5 years & older & must be accompanied by Adults. Fishing licenses are required for Adults 16 years & older. Licenses are not required to assist your child. This event is FREE!
Sign up near the Boat Launch area of Lake Ralphine in on the day of the event.
Howarth Memorial Park
630 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3298

Sat 2/24

The Option of Straw Bale Gardening - Sonoma
10:30-12:30pm - An alternative for the beginner gardener, a way of adaptive gardening for the disabled gardener, or for a gardener with limited space.
Sonoma Valley Library
Click here for details

Sat 2/24

Analy High School Music Program Pasta & Music Night - Sebastopol
5:30-9pm - Enjoy a tasty meal of pasta, salad, bread, drinks & dessert while being serenaded by small independent ensembles led by the many multi-talented students within the Analy High School Instrumental Music program. Beer & Wine will also be available for purchase. A silent auction will feature select & distinctive Sonoma County wines & merchandise. All of the proceeds support the Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz Band & full Orchestra.

Tickets: $12/Adults, $6/Child (6-12) Advance.
$1/Adult & $8/Child at the Door.
Masonic Lodge
317 N. Main St. Sebastopol
(707) 824-2337
Click here for details

Sat 2/24

Local roller Derby League to play Double Header
Sonoma County Roller Derby's A-level team, the Hella Organic Rollers, is featured in this month's bout & the season opener against the Monterey Roller Derby Dame's team, Beasts of Eden. Then the two SCRD home teams, The Wine Country Wreckers and North Bay Bruisers, play each other to see just who is the better team in the league. Doors Open 4pm, Game 5pm.
Tickets available: Brown Paper Tickets Click here for details
Click here for details


Sat 2/24
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Sun 2/25

The Book of Moron - San Rafael
2/24, 8pm, & 2/25, 4pm & 8pm.
A fast-paced, hilarious production that combines satire & theater into what is being described by critics as: “Razor-sharp!” “Laugh Out Loud!” “Provocative!” “Thought Provoking!” “Brilliant!” and “A Thinking Man’s One Man Show!” Garry Shandling called it, “The funniest show you’ll ever think at!” & Dana Carvey from SNL declares, “If funny were a religion, Bob is nothing short of a miracle!”

So if you are tired of adolescent comedies generated by the mediocrity of television & are yearning for some satire that cuts with a clever intelligent edge; then buckle up for a hilarious joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy with Robert Dubac’s satirical bulls-eye, THE BOOK OF MORON!
It’s comedy on steroids. Think your funny bone can handle it?
(415) 473-6800
Click here for details

Sat 2/24
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Sun 2/25

13th Annual Anderson Valley Aromatic White Wine Festival
EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS 8:30am-12/Noon - ($60)
GRAND TASTING 1-4pm ($90)
COMBO - ED SESSION & GRAND TASTING ($95)
WINEMAKER DINNER 6-9pm ($155)

Formerly known as the International Alsace Varietals Festival (same great festival - new name).
Click here for details

Sun 2/25

Free Day with Guest Cartoonist Judd Winick
1pm - Enjoy free Museum admission all day. Cartoonist Judd Winick will talk about & sign his newest graphic novel, Hilo Book 4: Waking the Monsters. Winick started creating comics after appearing on the MTV reality-TV show The Real World.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sun 2/25

Willie K - San Rafael
7pm - Bring your Aloha Spirit and join us for one of Hawaii's most versatile talents. He bring tears & laughter with his humor, life stories & his music.
Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium
(415) 473-4381
Click here for details

Sun 2/25

Kids Fishing Derby - Santa Rosa
7:30-10:30am - Join SR Rec & Parks & SR Firefighters at Lake Ralphine for an exciting, fun-filled morning of fishing. Prizes will be awarded for biggest catch for multiple age groups!
(Youth 15 & under) Children must be accompanied by a Parent or Guardian. No boat fishing for contest participants. Must bring your own equipment.
Sign up near the boat launch area of Lake Ralphine on the day of the event. Fee: $3/Per Person.
Howarth Memorial Park
630 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3298
Click here for details

March

Thu 3/01
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Sun 3/11

I Only Have Ives for You - - Healdsburg
6 short plays of inspired lunacy, like sketches for some hilarious, celestially conceived revue.
A Raven Players production.
Performed at
Costeaux French Bakery
417 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
(707) 433-6335

Fri 3/02

The Mammals - Sebastopol
8:30pm -
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Fri 3/02
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Sun 3/11

Barrel Tasting Weekends - Sonoma County
March 2-4 & March 9-11. HOURS: 11am-4pm.
Taste the Futrue from our Cellar to Yours!

100+ participating wineries. Taste wine directly from the Barrel. Most of these wines will be bottled 12-18 months from now. If you like what you're tasting you may purchase "futures" of these wines
Click here for details

Sat 3/03

A Presentation about the good Fungi - Laguna Environmental Center, Santa Rosa
3-4:30pm - By Robert Kourik
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Sat 3/03
to
Sat 6/16

Willowside Nursery Plant Sale - Santa Rosa
Over 40 varieties of SPECIALTY JAPANESE MAPLES, 3-6 FEET TALL at $25 & up
SATURDAYS: 9am-2pm.
Dates: March 3, 24, April 14, May 5, 26, June 16.



We gladly accept donations of healthy plants, garden tools, working wagons, ceramic pots, recycled 1 & 5 gallon nursery containers, etc.

Our Middle School Nursery is a working nursery with student involvement & is self sustaining through plant sales.
NOTE: We are usually at the nursery on Tuesdays from 9am-2pm & welcome volunteers OR customers who cannot make it on Saturdays. Text to above number to be sure we will be there for informal sales and bring check or exact change.
5285 Hall Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 569-4724
Click here for details

Fri 3/09
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Sun 5/06

SRJC Theatre Arts Presents the 2018 Season
"Welcome Home."
SRJC - NEWMAN AUDITORIUM
Parking: $4
March 9, 10, 14 (Wednesday), 15, 16. 17, 8pm.
March 10, 11, 17, 18, 2pm

"Into the Woods"
MARIA CARRILLO HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
6975 Montecito Blvd., Santa Rosa
Free Parking.
April 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, May 3, 4, 5
at 7:30pm. (Note early curtain time).
April 22, 28, 29, May 5, 6 at 1:30pm.
(Note early curtain time).

Sat 3/10

Second Saturday Cartoonist - Charles Schulz Museum
3pm - Meet, watch & talk to Lucasfilm storyboard artist & illustrator Sterling Sheehy.
(visual storytelling & his work, which includes feature films, children's books, international ad campaigns, to his most recent work on Star Wars Rebels).
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 3/10

Arbor Day Tree Planting Party - Santa Rosa
9am-12/Noon - Come celebrate Arbor day with tree-planting & park beautification at Galvin Park! After the tree planting, cake will be served to honor Luther Burbank's birthday! FREE family-friendly event is held rain or shine - trees like rain!
Galvin Park
3330 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3279
Click here for details

Sun 3/11

7th Annual St. Patrick's Day 5K -
PRE-EGISTRATION REQUIRED:
Click here for details

3-5:30pm - Lucky 7s for All!
This chip-timed race is open to all ages & abilities & participants receive a commemorative mug at the finish line! The post run celebration includes: Judged costume contests, Awards, Sponsor giveaways & Music. Plus, all finishers get to fill their race mug with root beer courtesy of Whole Foods Market or a beer (21+).
Cost: $30-$40/Adult, $20-$30/17 & Under
Proceeds benefit SR Recreation & Parks Scholarship Fund.
Finley Community Park
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa=

Mon 3/12

Orientation for Volunteering - Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
10am-12/Noon - Find out more about this training.
Orientation will include an overview of the Laguna de Santa Rosa, the work of the Laguna Foundation, an intro to the training course & each of the volunteer jobs, plus snacks, activities & an opportunity to meet members of the Laguna Education Team.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277 x102

Fri 3/16
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Sun 4/08

By The Water - Spreciles Performing Arts Center
Spreckels Performing Arts Center
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
Click here for details

Sat 3/17

George Clinton - Blue Note Napa
& PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC
... Revolutionizing R&B during the ’70s recording both as Parliament & Funkadelic, twisting soul music into funk by adding influences from several late-’60s acid heroes: Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, & Sly Stone. The Parliament/Funkadelic machine ruled black music during the ’70s, capturing over 40 R&B hit singles (including 3 #1's) & recording 3 platinum albums.
Blue Note
1030 Main St., Napa
(707) 880.2300
Click here for details

Tue 3/20

Bonnie Raitt - Oakland
Dig In Deep Tour 2018 - with special guest: Jon Cleary. A concert to benefit Tipping Point's Fire Relief Fund.
FOX Theater, Oakland
1807 Telegraph Ave., Oakland
Click here for details

Thu 3/22

Sonoma Job Commections -
Event: 4-7pm.
Double Tree by Hilton
(707) 526-8553
Click here for details

Fri 3/23
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Sun 3/25

12th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival - SC Fairgrounds
Get ready for all of the things you love about the Festival, including cheese tours & new stops, cheese seminars & new presenters, new cheeses to taste, new cheese dinner locations, new vendors at the Marketplace & much more!

Our chefs & cheese mongers return again this year to dazzle your tastebuds at The Best Bite - showing off artisan cheese in spectacular bites & dishes. Cheese & Cocktails returns - the happiest hour of all time (actually 2 hours!) with artisan cheese & local spirits tasting. Plus fun at our Bubbles Brunch & the ever-popular Marketplace of great cheeses & artisan products to round out the weekend.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
(707) 837-1928

Sat 3/24

16th Annual Tour de Charity - Sonoma Raceway
Join top racers from the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series for a day of karting on the lightening quick, 16-turn, 3-quarter mile track. The event includes karting with NHRA racers, autographs, lunch & the chance to compete in a 10-lap timed race for a grand prize.
(707) 933-3950

Sat 3/24
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Sun 3/25

Ladies of Broadway - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Highlighting the tales & talents of their stellar Broadway experiences. Produced by Transcendence Theatre Company, the creators of Broadway Under The Stars. 3 Performances.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

April

Thu 4/05
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Fri 4/06

Edwin McCain - Napa
Shows: 7:30pm & 9:45pm.
Called the “great American romantic” by the NY Times, Edwin McCain has built an enviable career over the past 20 years by balancing his massive pop success with the year-round touring schedule of a tireless troubadour. His hit songs, authentic spirit & surprisingly affable sense of humor keep fans coming back time & time again for nights that feel more like parties with old friends than rock concerts. After recording 2 of the biggest love songs in the history of pop music & experiencing the success that comes with a television show on Animal Planet (Flipping Ships), McCain now performs upwards of 100 shows annually throughout the U.S.
Blue Note
1030 Main St., Napa
(707) 88-2300

Fri 4/06

R.Carlos Nakai Quartet - Sebastopol
8pm
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details


Sat 4/07

Pick of the Vine - Rohnert Park
6-9pm - A benefit for Senior Advocacy Services.
Auction - Food - Wine & Beer Tasting.
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel
Rohnert Park
(707) 526-4108
Click here for details

Sun 4/08

Schulz Museum Girl Scout Day: Snoopy and Friends
10am–2:30pm
Meet companion dogs, rescue dogs & some wild animals too, all in support of the Girl Scout Animal badges! Also, ice skate at Snoopy’s Home Ice & earn a Schulz Museum Fun Patch! For fees & reservations visit the Girls Scouts of Northern California website or call (707) 544-5472

Sun 4/08

1st Market of the Season - Windsor
Farmers Market officially opens for the season!
Windsor Town Green

Fri 4/13
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Sat 4/14

IPA 10K & BEER MILE INVITATIONAL IS A CELEBRATION OF RUNNING & BEER - Sebastopol
8am-3pm - The race kicks off with a start line beer toast, sponsored by Crooked Goat Brewing & at the finish, runners & their guests are treated to the Beer Mile Invitational & Beer & Music Festival at the Barlow.
Click here for details

Fri 4/20
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Sat 4/21

Rummage Sale - Sebastopol
Friday 4/20 - 4-8pm
Saturday 4/21 - 8am-2:30pm
Proceeds will be used to support the sponsor’s fraternal purposes
Sebastopol Masonic Center
373 No. Main St. Sebastopol
(707) 321-9479

Sun 4/22

Love, Lust & Rock 'n' Roll - Santa Rosa
Show: 3pm - Celebrate Hits from the 30's to the 90's with Storm Large, lead singer for Pink Martini & the Santa Rosa Symphony under the baton of Maestro Michael Berkowitz.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Sun 4/22

Bubble & Blooms - Sonoma
12/Noon–4pm - A Celebration of Spring, Food & Sparkling Wine. Come celebrate Spring & Earth Day at Gloria Ferrer! Get inspired to spruce up your living spaces, plant new gardens & sharpen your DIY skills.
Gloria Ferrer Winery
23555 Highway 121, Sonoma
(707) 933-1917

Sun 4/22
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Sun 5/20

Cloverleaf Open Houses - Santa Rosa
Open Houses:
Sunday April 22nd & Sunday May 20th, both from 11am-3pm. These are Fundraisers for our nonprofit & we really hope people will come out to see our Rebuilding Progress.
The Open Houses will be fund raisers for our non-profit Charm's Place Camp Program.
Click here for details

Tue 4/24

Free Sensory-Friendly Family Day
3–5pm - Explore the Schulz Museum at your own pace. Watch an animated Peanuts special with the lights up, engage is sensory activities & experiment with stop-motion movie-making! Sensory kits & noise-cancelling headphones will be available during this event.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sun 4/29

Spring Antique Faire - Petaluma
8am-4pm - In Historic Downtown Petaluma
Fourth, Kentucky & Western Streets.
Click here for details

May

Fri 5/04
to
Sun 5/06

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival
25 World Renowned Speakers & Authors
Jack London State Hisotoric Park
Click here for details

Fri 5/04
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Sat 5/26

Sonoma Valley Authors' Festival
25 World Renowned Speakers & Authors.
Jack London State Historic Park
Click here for details

Sun 5/13

Mother's Day Brunch, Bubbles & Live Music - Sonoma
Treat your mom to a delicious brunch, paired with our award winning sparkling wines. Our Brunch Buffet includes assorted quiches, carved ham, fresh fruit salad, baby green salad, assorted pastries & muffins, fresh squeezed orange juice, coffee & tea.
Gloria Ferrer
23555 Hwy 121, Sonoma
(707) 933-1917
Click here for details

Fri 5/18
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Sat 5/19

Esprit du Rhone - Sonoma County
http://www.wineroad.com

Sat 5/19

SC Backroad Challenge - Penngrove
6am-6pm - Presented by The Petaluma Sunrise Foundation & Petaluma Sunrise Rotary Club
Penngrove Park
11800 Main St., Penngrove
(707) 540-3243
backroadchallenge.com

June

Sat 6/02

Historic Race Car Festival - Sonoma Plaza
5:30-7:30pm - Locals & Race Fans alike will enjoy Wine & Food samplings from more than 20 Sonoma Valley purveyors at this don't-miss event. Attendees can also enjoy a stroll around the Sonoma Plaza & an up-close look at more than 30 vintage race cars from the Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival. Tickets: $35 (at event)
Benefits Speedway Children's Charities
Sonoma Plaza
(707) 933-3950

Sat 6/09

North Coast Wine & Food Festival - SOMO VILLAGE
90 Gold-Medal Wines,
17+ Amazing Chefs,
1 Extraordinary Event!
Click here for details

Sun 6/17

FATHER’s day Bubbles, Brews & BBQ - Sonoma
12/Noon–2pm - Let dad take a break from the grill this year & enjoy a relaxing day under our grapevine covered arbor. Soak in the views of our vineyards & valley, as you enjoy delicious slow cooked BBQ, cold beer, Gloria’s award winning wines & live music! Our BBQ buffet includes chicken, tri-tip, ribs, beans, potato salad, mixed green salad, dinner rolls & dessert!
Gloria Ferrer
23555 Hwy. 121, Sonoma
(707) 933-1917

Wed 6/27

Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Orchestra at Temple Square - Green Music Center, Rohnert Park
7:30pm - The beloved Mormon Tabernacle Choir makes a special stop in Sonoma County as part of their 2018 Classic Coast Tour. The performance will center around works from the Choir’s vast repertoire which ranges from choral masterworks to inspirational music from around the world to American folk hymns, spirituals & much more. Composed of 360 volunteer voices & the Orchestra at Temple Square, a 150-piece, all-volunteer symphony orchestra, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is a rich celebration of the choral tradition – an event the whole family can enjoy!
Green Music Center, Weill Hall,SSU
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Sat 6/30
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Wed 7/04

Marin County Fair
This year’s Fair celebrates the values we hold near & dear—inclusiveness, equality, diversity & of course . . FUN! We’ll celebrate the arts, agriculture, the environment & our community.
Carnival Rides, Free Concerts & Fireworks every night!
Click here for details

July

Sat 7/14

La Fiesta de la Paella - Sonoma
Dine on various styles of Paella paired with award-winning wines while enjoying live music & Flamenco dancing by Sol Flamenco.
Gloria Ferrer Winery
23555 Hwy., 121, Sonoma
(707) 933-1917
Click here for details