Calendar

Today
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Mon, December 31st

Strike out Hunger - Rohnert Park

Bring a Can of Food for the Redwood Empire Food Bank & Bowl a Game on us!
Can not be combines with any other offers.  Limit 1 game per person, per day.
Double Decker Lanes
300 Golf Course Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 585-0226
http://www.doubledeckerlanes.com


Today
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Sat, January 19th

Support for our HEROES

We all have a vital role to play in helping California Communities, Firefighters & First Responders battling wildfires throughout the state.  In this time of crisis, the entertainment community unites in support of those keeping us safe.  Join us at music for relief dot org slash fire & give to provide Firefighters with the critical equipment they need to protect our neighborhoods.
http://www.musicforrelief.org/fire


Today
thru
Sun, December 23rd

Gift Wrapping Station - Montgomery Village

10am-7pm EVERY DAY - Gifts can come from anywhere, not just Montgomery Village.  All proceeds go to the rotating non-profits.
2416 Magowan Dr, Montgomery Village


Today
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Sat, January 19th

TAX Helpers for the United Way of Sonoma County

Want to make a meaningful impact in your community?  Get trained to help low-wage working families & individuals get back the money they deserve at tax time.  Held at various sites in Santa Rosa.  
(707) 245-4250
http://www.unitedwaywinecountry.org


Today
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Fri, December 21st

Wine Fridays - Sonoma


Today
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Thu, January 31st

Creative Seniors - Finley Community Cntr

Inspiration Art in Different techniques.
2050 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa
https://srcity.org/2110/Finley-Community-Center


Today
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Sun, December 23rd

Breakfast Burrito Feed - Sonoma County

A unique event for people to do community volunteer work.  They are in need of specific donations.
https://www.facebook.com/events/200197000861959/?ti=ia
 


Today
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Sun, January 13th

Don't Drink & Drive - Sonoma County

The holiday season is in full swing, but all the festivities can come with serious risks, especially when it comes to drinking & distracted driving. 
Did you know that 300 people die each year in alcohol-related crashes between Christmas & New Years? So, this holiday season, please do your part to be a responsible, sober driver, or plan a safe ride home.  More Driving Safety Tips:
http://www.DriversEd.com


Today
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Mon, December 31st

City of Lights Driving Tour - Petaluma

Enjoy a self-guided tour of beautifully decorated homes & businesses.  List of addresses is available at the Petaluma Visitors Center.
210 Lakeville St, Petaluma
(707) 769-0429
http://www.visitpetaluma.com
 


Today
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Sun, March 10th

Then Came the Dog - Santa Rosa

New exhibition at the Charles M. Schulz Museum.
Traces the evolution of Snoopy & the influences that brought him to life.
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Today
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Sat, December 22nd

Annie - 6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa

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


Today
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Sun, December 16th

The House of Yes - Sebastopol

It's Thanksgiving & Marty's arrival home is greatly anticipated by his mother, Mrs. Pascal, his twin sister, Jackie-O & his younger brother, Anthony.  He arrives during a hurricane, but worse than the storm is the fact that Marty brings Lesly, his fiancee.
This ruins everything. Marty's engagement is a threat to the well-being of this family & a greater threat to Jackie-O, who has always wanted her brother for herself.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177


Today
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Sun, December 30th

Handcrafted Art Upstairs Art Gallery - Healdsburg

Creations by Healdsburg raku ceramicist Joann Cassady, Sebastopol glassmaker Branka Harris & Clay Landscapes by Karen Norton of Santa Rosa are just some of the handcrafted local art being featured at the Upstairs Art Gallery this season. 

See & touch all the gallerys handcrafted gifts - porcelain, raku, fused glass, jewelry & more. Select a unique gift of that art matches the style & taste of loved ones.  Amazing paintings line the walls of the gallery – any one of those would make a great gift too.  Open daily, 11am-6pm. 

Holiday Late Night Shopping till 8pm on Saturdays 12/15 & 12/22.
306 Center Street, Healdsburg


Today
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Sun, January 6th

The 12 Dates of Christmas - Santa Rosa

A hilarious holiday survival guide!
6th Street Playhouse
52 W 6th St,
(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thystreetplayhouse.com


Today
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Sun, December 16th

A Christmas Carol - Sonoma

Friday, Dec. 14 & Saturday, Dec. 15 - 7pm.
Sunday, Dec. 16 - 2pm.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St.,
http://ww.sebastianitheatre.com


Today
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Mon, December 17th

Holiday Gifts for VETERANS Campaign

We need HELP to make the Holiday brighter for a 
VETERAN.
PLEASE DROP OF GIFTS BY MONDAY, 12/17.
(707) 815-4604
Gifts can be dropped off at 
444 10th St., Suite 102, Santa Rosa

Gifts will be distributed to the Veterans at our Holiday Party on Friday, 12/21 at 2pm in our Residential Program.


Today
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Mon, December 31st

Annual Sonoma County Holiday Lights Tour

Our Annual Christmas Lights tour is back & we are accepting reservations!  This has been a local favorite & children love it too!!
And we serve Hot Chocolate!  We offer a full fleet selection depending on the size of your party, from luxury stretch limos & town cars to Mercedes sprinters to a 24 passenger party bus! 
Sonoma Sterling Limousines
(707) 542-5444

http://www.SonomaSterlingLimo.com


Today
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Tue, January 1st

Sonoma County Library Events

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


Today
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Sat, December 15th

Windsor Girls Softball

Players 5-14 years old
sign up online:
http://www.windsorgirlssoftball.com


Today
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Sun, December 23rd

Crane Christmas Boutique - Rohnert Park

10am-5pm - Thursday through Sunday.
Crafts, Vintage, Antiques, Gifts, Stocking Fillers, Holiday Decorations for the home & tree, local Foods, Jams & Nuts.
4935 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa
 


Today

Meet the Animals of Lyon Ranch

2pm - 5 different species from 3 continents on hand.
For ages 3 & up.  Free to attend.
Cloverdale Library
401 N. Cloverdale Blvd.,
(707) 894-5271


Today

California Cowboys - River Rock Casino

8:15pm - No Cover.
3250 Hwy 128
(707) 857-2777
https://www.riverrockcasino.com


Today

Poor Man's Whiskey w/ Lost Radio Flyers - Petaluma

7:30-11:30pm .  Age: 21+.  Cover: $20.

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


Today
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Sun, December 16th

Emerald Cup - Santa Rosa

http://www.TheEmeraldCup.com


Today

American Bach Soloists - Rohnert Park

7pm - SF based American Bach Soloists are leading performers in the field of Baroque music, dedicated to historically informed performances of Bach & his contemporaries. 
Under the leadership of Music Director Jeffrey Thomas, the ensemble has achieved its vision of assembling the worlds finest vocalists & period-instrument performers to bring this brilliant music to life.   They return to Weill Hall to perform Handels Messiah – a cherished holiday tradition.
866-955-6040
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Today

Santa Photos - Montgomery Village

11am-3pm - Village Terrace
(707) 545-3844
http://www.mvshops.com


Today

Holiday Shuffle 5K - Healdsburg

8:30am - Start time.
Healdsburg Running Company
Americas Wineiest Running Store™
333 Center St, Healdsburg
(707) 395-0372
http://www.healdsburgrunningcompany.com


Today

Gaye LeBaron - Santa Rosa

2-3pm - discusses her new book, "The Wonder Seekers of Fountaingrove."
Sonoma County Library
6959 Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa
(707) 308-3212
 


Today
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Sat, December 22nd

Breakfast with Santa - Costeaux, Healdsburg

Dates:  12/15, 12/22.
9-11am - Breakfast, Pastries & Coffee w/ Santa.
See one of the Largest Nutcracker Collections.
Costeaux French Bakery
417 Healdsburg Ave.,
(707) 433-1913
http://www.costeaux.com


Today

Comedian Mike Guido - Santa Rosa

6pm/Doors Open, 7pm/Show.
A nationally recognized stand up comedian, Mike has made many national tv appearances & has worked along side Robin Williams, Jay Leno & Ellen DeGeneres. Also heard regularly on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Pandora & iTunes. 
Opening for Mike will be Comedian Justin Lockwood
Tickets: $20/General.
Show is 21+.  Valid Photo ID Required.

Delicious bar bites & full bar in the lounge before/during the show.  Before the curtain goes up, enjoy dinner at the Terrace Grill.  Show proof that you are attending the show & receive a complimentary dessert to share! 
Flamingo Resort
2777 4th St., Santa Rosa
https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/dec-15.html


Today

15th Annual Emerald Cup - Santa Rosa

10am/Doors Open.
Admission: Varies Weekend Pass Starts at $120
Age restrictions: 21+
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa
https://emeraldcup2018.eventbrite.com 


Today

Holiday Bazaar - Healdsburg

9am-3pm - Over 60 vendors with gift ideas & great stocking stuffers!  Admission: $5/Per Person.
Continental Breakfast & Mimosas (9:30-11:30am)
Live Holiday Music,
Yummy Appetizers & Desserts,
Wine Tasting, Raffle & Door Prizes,
Free Gift Wrapping.
Benefits Green Dog Rescue Project.
Healdsburg Senior Living Community
725 Grove St.,
(707) 687-9533


Today

Saturday Night Jive: Misner & Smith - Healdsburg

7-10pm - Soaring vocal harmonies & story-filled, poetic songwriting - Misner & Smiths sound harkens back to the bedrock of modern American Rock & Folk. 
Spicy Vines 
441 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://spicyvines.com/events


Sun, December 16th

Holiday Concert for Compassion - Santa Rosa

2pm AND 5pm - Performances.
Local Musicians playing Holiday Classics, plus Raffles, Holiday Card Sale & more. 
$10/Donation, $12/Door, Free/Kids 6 & under with a donation of canned food, winter coat, or new socks.
Saturday Afternoon Club
430 10th St., Santa Rosa
http://www..MIKESLOAT.COM/HOLIDAY.CONCERT
 


Sun, December 16th

Crafterino - Petaluma

10am—4pm - Join in the fun & get your holiday shopping done early!  $1 Donation at the door. First entrants will receive swag bags!  
Founded to promote local Artisans & Crafters as well as to raise money to benefit COTS (The Committee On The Shelter less) COTS provides meals & beds for people in need in the Petaluma area.  We continue to support them by donating all raffle ticket sales & door fees to them.
Petaluma Veterans Memorial Building
http://www.holidaycrafterino.com


Sun, December 16th

3rd Annual Parade of Lights - Penngrove

6pm - Fun for the whole Family!
Enjoy Tractors, Big Rigs, Hay Trucks, Trucks, Riding Lawn Mowers, Bicycles all decorated with lights!
Main St., Penngrove
(707) 794-1516


Sun, December 16th

Holiday Concert for Compassion - Santa Rosa

2pm AND 5pm - Raising funds for Sonoma County Homeless Charities.  Join us for 2 shows of acoustic holiday classics, plus raffles, sing-a-longs & more!  Over 30 local musicians from all genres.  Tickets:   
http://www.BrownPaperTickets.com
$10/Advance, $12/Door. 
Bring donations of new clean socks, winter coats & packaged food for discounts at the door!  All proceeds this year will benefit the Redwood Gospel Missions kitchen renovation for their Black Coat & Catering certification program.
Saturday Afternoon Club/
430 10th St., Downtown Santa Rosa
(818) 667-1336
http://www.holiday_concert@mikesloat.com


Sun, December 16th

Petalwink Fairy Holiday Book Event - Healdsburg

12/Noon-4pm - Petalwink the Fairy Author & Amys Wicked Slush partner up for a fairy fun day to benefit Camp Fire Relief Efforts.  Enjoy Petalwink story time, meet the author & purchase books for Christmas & get them signed by the author.  Nosh on special fairy slush & soft serve flavors!
Amys Wicked Slush 
13840 Healdsburg Ave., 


Sun, December 16th

Faith Ako Live in Concert - Healdsburg

4-5:30pm - Free to attend.
Enjoy traditional/Contemporary Hawaiian Music.
Join us during our festive holiday gift gallery & enjoy a unique blend of Polynesian music, Rhythm & Blues & good ol Rock N Roll.
Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St.,


Mon, December 17th
thru
Fri, December 21st

Rising from the Ashes - Santa Rosa, SRJC ART Dept

Showcases photographs from the Press Democrats Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the 2017 Sonoma County fires.  Photographs of the destruction, the aftermath, first responders & the community support for the victims.  Photographers from the PD, risking their personal safety, provided critical coverage by documenting the fast-paced series of occurrences surrounding the wildfires.
 Robert F. Agrella Gallery, SRJC
Gallery Hours: Mon–Thur, 10am-2:30pm.
 
***Please note: The photographs contain images of the fire & may be triggering***
http://www.santarosa.edu


Mon, December 17th
thru
Thu, January 10th

Volunteers Needed - Sonoma County

CASA volunteers are everyday people, trained by CASA & then appointed by Judges to advocate for the safety of children who have been removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect.

If you can commit to spending 2-4 hours a week offering advocacy, friendship & emotional support to a child or young adult in foster care, WE NEED YOU!

We currently have 50 children in our waitlist to be matched with their CASA volunteer.
Become a CASA Volunteer & advocate for children when they need it the most!  Next training is right around the corner, beginning January 10th. (707) 565-6375
http://www.sonomacasa.org 


Mon, December 17th
thru
Sun, December 30th

Trees for the Future - Sonoma County

Since 1989, Trees for the Future has planted over 155 million trees around the world through
the support of individuals like you.
Together, we train farmers to plant & manage Forest Gardens that sustainably feed families,
raise incomes & revitalize the earth.
Join Trees for the Future in planting trees that end hunger, poverty & deforestation.
http://www.trees.org/radio


Fri, December 21st

Winter Solstice Meditative Walk - Healdsburg

4-7pm - On the evening of the solstice, our upstairs grange will be set up with a spiral walk. In this traditional meditative exercise, participants walk the spiral one by one & leave a lit candle behind them.  We will be pouring hot cider downstairs as our candles illuminate the grange one by one.  Neighbors, friends, families, & all are welcome to drop into the Grange as we share a moment of quiet, reflective gratitude in the midst of the busy holiday season.
Free to attend.
Healdsburg SHED
25 North St, Healdsburg
http://www.healdsburgshed.com


Fri, December 21st
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Sun, December 23rd

Sebastopol Ballet - The Nutcracker

Complimentary Pre-Matinee Sugar Plum Parties.
Pre-Sale Tickets: $15-$25,
At the Door: $20-$30.
Analy Theatre
(707) 824-8006
http://www.sebasstopolballet.com
 


Sat, December 22nd

Holiday Gift-Making Workshop - Schulz Museum,

10am-1pm - Kids will make a variety of unique gifts to give for the holidays.  Fee: $25/Member, $32/General.  Advance Registration Required.
(707) 284-1272
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane Santa Rosa
http://www.schulzmuseum.org
 


Wed, December 26th
thru
Fri, January 4th

Winter Wonder Camp - Santa Rosa

Sign-up for one workshop or more - each day is a different mix of activities guaranteed to delight & inspire your young scientist, engineer, explorer or artist!
W. Steele Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org
 


Wed, December 26th
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Wed, January 9th

Holiday Tree Recycling - Santa Rosa

8am-5pm - Whole Trees may be dropped off.
Flocked Trees are NOT accepted.
Enter at Jockey Club
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., 


Sat, December 29th

6th Annual 123 Organic Tequila Tasting Dinner

6-9pm - Join us for a special tasting of organic tequilas with owner David Ravandi & Chef Mateo Granados.  Admission: $100/Per Person plus tax & gratuity.  Limited seating.
Mateos Cocina Latina
214 Healdsburg Ave,,
(707) 433-1520 
https://www.sonomacounty.com/restaurants/mateos-cocina-latina
 


Mon, December 31st

Rockin New Years Eve Party - Flamingo Hotel

Ring in 2019 with The Konsept Party Band performing high energy R&B Funk/Old School/Latin music in the grand ballroom & DJ Refugio spinning tunes in the Lounge.  Come dressed to impress in your finest cocktail attire, then dance, dance, dance!
Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa
2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
707-545-8530
http;//www.flamingoresort.com


Mon, December 31st

Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! - Santa Rosa

10:am-4pm - Ring in the New Year with Snoopy, hands-on crafts for kids, Santa Rosa’s only Up-Down & Baby Balloon drops at noon, and toast with root beer at 12/Noon & 3pm.
Cost: $5-$12 (included in price of admission).
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org
 


Mon, December 31st

NYE Benefit Concert

8:30pm-Midnight - Rock in the New Year with The Pulsators!  The Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County is the beneficiary.
Tickets: 
http://www.celebrate-new-years-eve-at-redwood-cafe.eventbrite.com
Admission: $25/Advance, $30/Door.
Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati


Wed, January 2nd

Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest - Santa Rosa

4pm/Reception *& Silent Auction,
6:30pm/Crab Feed Dinner & Live Auction.
Join over 1,400 leaders from the Agriculture & Business Communities in support of scholarships, education programs & youth activities! 
Features Medal Winning Wines & Fabulous Local Cuisine.  Tickets $85/Per Person.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Grace Pavilion
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 544-5575
https://sonomafb.org/crab-feed


Fri, January 4th
thru
Sun, January 6th

Gem Faire - Santa Rosa

Days/Hours: Fri. 12pm-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 10am-5pm.  Admission $7/Weekend Pass. 
Fine jewelry, crystals, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturers prices. 
Over 60 exhibitors from around the world.  Jewelry repair & cleaning while you shop.  Free hourly door prizes.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
503-252-8300
http://www.gemfaire.com


Sun, January 6th

Barefoot Contessa - San Rafael

7:30pm - A Live Onstage Conversation - Celebrating her new book, "Cook Like a Pro" - and the pleasures of good food, cooked with love & passion, plus engaging the audience with an interactive Q&A. 
Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael    
(415) 473-6800
http://www.marincenter.org


Mon, January 7th
thru
Mon, January 28th

Museum Mondays for Little Ones - Santa Rosa

Mondays (January 7, 14, 21, & 28), 
10am–12/Noon

Crafts, Movement Games, Storytime & other FUN Activities designed for children ages 1­–5 & their caregivers.  Offered every Monday through February, with a changing theme each week.  Cost: $5/Per Child (free for up to 2 Adults per child before 11am).
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Wed, January 9th

Moon Over Buffalo - 6th Streetplayhouse

Presented by the Soroptimist of Santa Rosa Womens Club

A raucous Broadway comedy where a struggling acting troupe, frantic for their former glory, scrambles to put together an amazing show once they learn a famous director will be in the audience looking to cast his next play.  In addition to the play, fabulous appetizers, wine, beer & homemade desserts will be included in the $35 per person ticket price.
7:15pm - Doors Open.
6th Street Playhouse
52 West 6th Avenue, Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
 


Fri, January 11th
thru
Sun, January 27th

Swallow - Sebastopol

3 women dealing with psychological trauma & striving for a fresh start in life. 
It was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, on 9 August 2015 as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it received a Scotsman Fringe First Award
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
http://.www.mainstagewest.com/2018-2019-season


Fri, January 11th

Celebrity Bingo with Levi Leipheimer - Santa Rosa

7-10pm - Come enjoy a game of bingo that will be hosted by a special guest, Levi Leipheimer!
Former professional Cyclist, Tour de France podium finisher, 3x winner of the Amgen Tour in California & advocate for marginalized youth. http://levileipheimer.com/
Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door (CASH ONLY PLEASE)
Includes 24 chances to win prizes & a FREE dauber!  Beer & Wine for Sale (proceeds benefit Coffey Strong)
Taco/Fajita Bar make your own buffet $20 (20% of proceeds benefit Coffey Strong)
This is a community event with fun, food, beverage, prizes & drawings!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celebrity-bingo-with-levi-leipheimer-tickets-53360996176
Epicenter
3215 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa


Fri, January 11th

Celebrity Bingo with Levi Leipheimer - Santa Rosa

7-10pm - Come enjoy a game of bingo that will be hosted by a special guest, Levi Leipheimer!
Former professional Cyclist, Tour de France podium finisher, 3x winner of the Amgen Tour in California & advocate for marginalized youth. http://levileipheimer.com/
Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door (CASH ONLY PLEASE)
Includes 24 chances to win prizes & a FREE dauber!  Beer & Wine for Sale (proceeds benefit Coffey Strong)
Taco/Fajita Bar make your own buffet $20 (20% of proceeds benefit Coffey Strong)
This is a community event with fun, food, beverage, prizes & drawings!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celebrity-bingo-with-levi-leipheimer-tickets-53360996176
Epicenter
3215 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa


Sat, January 12th
thru
Sun, January 20th

Napa Lighted Art Festival

Mon-Thu, 6-9pm, Fri-Sun, 6-10pm.
Original artwork created by local & international artists will be installed at approximately 15 locations in Downtown Napa & the Oxbow District. Supporting the innovative techniques using light & light technologies as a growing art medium the Napa Lighted Art Festival is a celebration of creative arts, technology & lights.  Artwork displayed at this year includes light art, video art, 3D video mapping projections, lighted sculptures & projects that use technology or interactivity.
(707) 257-9529
http://www.donapa.com


Sat, January 12th

Cartoonist: Hillary Rose Miller - Santa Rosa

1–3pm - Meet, Watch & Talk to local artist Hillary Rose Miller, whose "Sonoma Strong Snoopy" poster has raised over $40,000 for Fire Relief.

Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http:www.schulzmuseum.org


Sat, January 19th
thru
Mon, January 21st

3rd Annual Snow Days - Santa Rosa

Experience a Winter Wonderland!  40 tons of fresh snow will be delivered to the Childrens Museum for this event!  Ride the Toboggan hill, drink hot cocoa, make winter-themed artwork & more!
1835 W. Steele Ln,
(707) 546-4069
http://www.cmosc.org


Sat, January 19th

Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - Crab Dinner, Silent Auction, Raffle, Wine & Beer.  Treat yourself to a delicious crab dinner while supporting the North Bays strongest resource for adults with developmental disabilities: Becoming Independent.  Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1351 Maple Ave.,
(707) 524-6765
http://www.Becomingindependent.org


Sat, January 19th
thru
Sun, January 20th

Winter Wineland - Sonoma County

 Hours: 11am–4pm each day
Join us for 2 glorious days along Wine Road – Northern Sonoma County.
The perfect winter escape…taste current vintages, multiple varietals grown in Sonoma County & try a few verticals!

A great opportunity to meet Winemakers, Taste Limited Production Wines, New Releases or Library Wines.  All participating Wineries will highlight a Vintage, Varietal or Vertical tasting for the weekend.
Ticket price will include wine tasting at all of the participating wineries for the weekend.
(800) 723-6336
https://www.wineroad.com/
 


Mon, January 21st

MLK Day of Service - Volunteer Opportunity

10am-1pm - Held Rain or Shine.
Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks is hosting a clean-up at MLK Park (1208 Hendley St.), where volunteers can help beautify this neighborhood park through tasks such as litter pick-up, spreading mulch, weeding & more.  
Tools & light refreshments will be provided. 
Bring your family and friends!
Sign up:
https://srcity.volunteerhub.com/event/index/7341537
 


Sat, January 26th

Chowder Day - Bodega Bay

Enjoy a fun day in the Bodega Bay area sampling chowder at the numerous restaurants!  You get to vote for the Best Chowder on the Sonoma Coast. Chowder Day is a driving event around the towns, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful area.  It is not a walking event.  ALL tickets must be purchased in advance online.
Harbor View Village
Harbor View Way, Bodega Bay
(707) 875-3866
https://www.visitbodegabayca.com/chowder-day


Fri, February 1st
thru
Fri, May 3rd

1st Friday Film Series - Santa Rosa

7pm.  Admission: $5/Per Person.
Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sat, February 9th

Crab Feed - Petaluma

5pm/Doors Open, 5:01pm/No-Host Bar open.
Tickets: $50/Per Person Advance sales only. 
Salad, Pasta, Bread, Wine with dinner & All-You-Can-Eat Fresh Cracked Dungeness Crab.
Huge Gift Basket Raffle, 50-50 boards. 
We will draw a winning ticket for a Cruise for Two North To Alaska.  Tickets $20 for Cruise Raffle. 
Lucchesi Center in Petaluma
(707) 585-2928
 


Sat, February 9th

Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival

10am-4pm - A great, family-friendly event for all ages!  Enjoy Food Trucks, Beer, Wines from the Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley.  Arts & crafts projects for the kids, archery, live music & 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.

Hosted by the Friends of Lake Sonoma, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, the SC Water Agency & the California Department of Fish & Wildlife. Rain or shine!  Free Admission
Milt Brandt Visitors Center at Lake Sonoma
3288 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville
(707) 431-4533
http://www.lakesonoma.com


Sat, February 9th

Crab Feed - Kenwood

Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Kenwood Fire Dept
9045 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood
(707) 833-2042
http://www.kenwoodfire.com


Tue, February 12th

Art History Afternoons - Sebastopol

1:30-3:30pm - "Finally, a woman on paper!” These words from Alfred Stieglitz on first seeing work by Georgia OKeeffe, began a legendary romance. This seemingly stoic pair led volatile lives often
compromised by ambition & other lovers. Stieglitz & OKeeffe knew most of the pivotal modern artists, all struggling to create the art they believed could change the world.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
(707) 328-5229
http://www.sebarts.com


Fri, February 15th

Citrus Fair - Cloverdale

10am - Features 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.  Parade goes through town on Saturday Morning.  Theme "Making of America" will be a star spangled fair, celebrating the people, ideas & events that built the nation. 
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
Citrus Fair Drive & S. Washington St.,Cloverdale
(707) 894-3992
http://www.cloverdalecitrusfair.org


Sat, February 16th

Windsor Crab Feed

Enjoy a scrumptious Menu of all-you-can-eat Dinner of freshly Cracked Crab, Pasta, Salad & Bread. 
Dancing, Silent & Live Auction, as well as a No-Host Bar & DJ!   This event benefits the afterschool, sports & summer programming that our Clubs offer to over 3,200 youth every day.
Windsor Clubhouse Gym
9640 Brooks Rd., S, Windsor
(707) 528-7977
http://www.bgccsc.org 


Fri, February 22nd
thru
Sun, March 24th

13th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival

What could be better than Celebrity Chefs, World-Class Cheese, Chef Demonstrations, Pairings, Wine, Beer, Cider, Spirits & more all in 1 fun-filled weekend! 
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Vally Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 837-1928
https://www.artisancheesefestival.com/


Fri, February 22nd
thru
Sat, February 23rd

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

The Off-Broadway Hit Comedy!
Showcase Theater
(415) 473-6800
http://www.tickets.marincenter.org


Fri, February 22nd

4th Annual Desserts, Purses & Cocktails - Santa Ro

6:30-9:30pm - Save the Date.
Benefiting Volunteer Center of Sonoma County.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd.
(707) 546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Sat, February 23rd

Fairytale Ball - Santa Rosa

5-7pm - A dance party for kids (age 4-12) & their favorite chaperone!  Create a special memory with a fanciful “fairytale” theme as you dance to fun music, visit with a Hawaiian princess & enjoy fun activities.  Light refreshments will be served.
Finley Community Center
2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa
Cost: $35/Couple, must purchase in advance.
Additional Chaperone - $10/Additional Child.
Purchase tickets:
 https://srcity.perfectmind.com/23508/Clients/BookMe4LandingPages/CoursesLandingPage?widgetId=46fcbb49-69b9-43af-b23b-067fb8272c0c&embed=True&redirectedFromEmbededMode=True&courseId=83e247bb-6d99-4b80-a341-db63d4683027
 


Sat, February 23rd

Anderson Valley Whit Wine Weekend

A Winter Weekend of Winemaker Dinners, Vineyard Tours, Special Brunches, Local Cuisine, Live Music & more!
http://www.avwines.com


Sat, March 9th

Arbor Day Tree Planting Party - Santa Rosa

9am-12/Noon - Come celebrate Arbor Day & plant trees with Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks! 
Learn about trees & why they are good for our urban & natural environments.  After the tree planting, cake will be served to honor Luther Burbanks Birthday.  This free family-friendly event is held rain or shine -- trees like the rain!

This year we will be hosting 2 tree planting parties.  Please join us at one of the following locations:
1) Mesquite Park (2250 Mesquite Drive) OR
2) Northwest Community Park (2880 W. Steele Lane)
http://srcity.org/arborday


Fri, March 15th

St Patty's Day Lunch

11:30am-1pm - Join Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks for a wee-bit of lunch to celebrate the Luck of the Irish in Room 5 at the Person Senior Wing!  Pre-registration is required.  This event is for ages 50+.
Cost $5/Members, $10/Non-Members.
Person Senior Wing (2060 W. College Ave)
(707) 543-3745
http://www.srcity.org


Sun, March 17th

Tule Berry-Gathering Basket Workshop - Santa Rosa

9:30am-3:30pm - With Master Weaver, Charlie Kennard.  Enjoy a delightful day full of hands-on learning in Heron Hall & around the peaceful Laguna Environmental Center grounds.  Using tule, (a giant species of sedge native to the Laguna & freshwater marshes all over North America), we will weave an Owens Valley Paiute-style scoop-shaped basket.  This basket was used for gathering berries & for storing honey-dew collected from the leaves of common reed. S everal unusual weaving techniques will be practiced during this workshop. Previous experience with twining is recommended. Suitable for Adults & Teenagers.  All basket-making materials are included in the registration fee. 
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


Sun, March 24th

Art History Afternoons - Sebastopol

1:30-3:30pm - How is a painting worth $450 million!  Todays “high” art market is a connivance of money & mayhem.  Artists, dealers, collectors & auction houses all have a hand in works selling in the millions of millions.  Looking at images of works, we will consider artists, such as, Richard Diebenkorn, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Francis Bacon, Cindy Sherman, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock & Mark Rothko.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
http://www.sebarts.com


Thu, March 28th

The Sacred Sriptless Tour - San Rafael

7:30pm - Armed with nothing but their sharp wit, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” stars Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood take to the stage with their uproarious live improv show.

They improvise new material every night from audience suggestions & participation. “Interactive” in every sense of the word, Colin & Brad will take the audience on a comedic high-wire act....just like a live version of Whose Line!  Get ready for a night of non-stop laughter for all ages! 
Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael
http://www.colinandbradshow.com


Thu, April 11th

Home Freee - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - The all vocal (a cappella) country music sensation is bringing Nashville country standards & country-dipped pop hits.  The band comes to town on the heels of their most recent full-length album release, TIMELESS, bringing with them new music & new humor every night.

They have become a household name, amassing more than 250-million YouTube views & entertaining more than 350,000 people live in concert since bursting on the national scene in 2013.  The 5-man band has become known for their show-stopping performances that mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa,

(707) 546-3600

http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Thu, April 11th

Home Free - Santa Rosa

8pm - This all vocal (a cappella) country music sensation is bringing Nashville country standards & country-dipped pop hits to Sonoma County!
The 5-man band has become known for their show-stopping performances that mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Wed, April 17th

Art History Afternoons

1:30-3:30pm - Novelist, poet & playwright Gertrude Stein & her brothers were avid art collectors.  As she modestly comments, without her patronage
some of the artists & writers that she promoted might not have emerged as they did to eventually take over the art world.  With her life partner Alice B Toklas, their famous Paris Salon hosted the likes of Picasso & Matisse, artists whose works were thought to be wildly odd.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
http://www.sebarts.com