Community Calendar

 

Thu, June 17th
thru
Mon, July 19th

ART of Living Summer Camp

Join us for a memorable Summer of Creative FUN, Outdoor
Exploration & Learning.

Culinary Arts, Art Explorers, Performing Arts, Sustainability Skills
& Digital Media, Makerspace, Fashion & Environmental Arts.

https://www.sebarts.org/camps


Thu, June 17th
thru
Thu, July 15th

CASA of Sonoma seeking new Volunteers

It is more critical than ever that children in foster care have someone
who is making sure their needs are met & that the courts have appointed
trusted & trained advocates who can alert them if a child is in danger or
has critical needs. 

Training begins July 15, 2021.

(707) 565-6375

https://sonomacasa.org/


Thu, June 17th
thru
Fri, August 27th

SAVE WATER

It's a DRY  Year - Save Water by requesting a FREE WaterSmart Toolkit.

Includes flow bag, toilet dye tabs & more!

Do your part be WaterSmart.

(707) 543-3985

https://srcity.org/820/WaterSmart-Center


Thu, June 17th
thru
Fri, October 8th

Walk to end Alzheimer's

The Sonoma-Marin Walk to End Alzheimer's - part of the nation's
largest event to raise awareness & funds for Alzheimer's care,
support & research - is seeking committee members to help make
the Oct. 9th walk a success.

The Committee meets virtually at 6pm the 1st Tuesday of each month.

(707) 755-7606 or (707) 776-0782


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sun, July 25th

Bach meets Hip-Hop - Festival Napa Valley

We are excited to share our plans soon for the 2021 Summer Season!
Please Save the Dates: July 16-25.

 

In the meantime, please enjoy this very special duet featuring cellist Starla Breshears & Jookin' dance master Ron "Prime Tyme" Myles.  Filmed at the Promontory, the performance was part of our Dec. 2020

J.S. Bach's Suite No. 6 in d major, BWV 1012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JnIwVUipT4

 

 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sat, June 26th

Santa Rosa Arts Center & SOFA Arts District Re-Opening

JUST FLOWERS: Rebirth Through Art

Flowers are a visual renewal of life.  Their beauty testifies to the rebirth of nature after the dark days of winter.  Art also encourages
the positive life energies & with this exhibit we are offering a celebration of reemerging on the other side of a bleak time.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa
(707) 526-0145
 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Mon, July 26th

Lynn's Lavender Garden - Open for 2021 Season

Hours:  12/noon-4pm.

Corner of Tanuda & Graton Roads
3335 Harrison Grade  Rd., Occidental
(707) 874-9960
https://www.lynnslavender.com/#/


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sun, September 26th

Live Music is back in Petaluma

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & SUNDAY

Lagunitas Taproom

1280 N., McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

https://www.lagunitas.com/
 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Wed, August 11th

Subscriptions Packages available now - 6th Street Playhouse 2021-22 Season

Blockbuster Musicals, Thought-Provoking Dramas, Classic Comedies.

 

Love Loss & What I Wore - Aug. 12-29, 2021,
Murder for Two - Sept. 16 - Oct. 3, 2021,
Vincent - Oct. 21 - Nov., 7, 2021,
Scrooge In Love - Nov., 26 - Dec. 19, 2021,
The Legend of Georgia McBride - Jan., 6-23, 2022,
Hair - Jan., 27 - Feb 20, 2022,
A Raisin in the Sun - March 3-20, 2022,
Hank Williams Lost Highway - March 31 - April 24, 2022,

Real Women Have Curves - May 12-29, 2022,

9 To 5 - June 2-26, 2022.
 

6rh Street will follow all COVID protocols.

6th Street Playhouse
52 W. 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 5223-4187
https://6thstreetplayhouse.com/home/


Thu, June 17th
thru
Wed, September 22nd

Advocate for Seniors - Volunteer Training for Ombudsman

If you enjoy talking to older people & are interested in
helping them speak up for their rights, become a Long-Term Care
Ombudsman. You will be the eyes & ears inside facilities like nursing
homes & assisted living, advocating for residents’ dignity & quality of life.

Senior Advocacy Services

(707) 526-4108

https://senioradvocacyservices.org/volunteer/
 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Mon, August 2nd

Healdsburg Prune Packers Summer Schedule

2021 Marks the 100th Anniversary of the Healdsburg Prune Packers!


Prune Packers Stadium
515 Piper St., Healdsburg

For the entire Schedule - Dates - Times:

https://www.prunepackers.org/


Thu, June 17th
thru
Wed, August 4th

Hallberg Butterfly Garden needs gardeners & teachers

Volunteers to help in gardens, tour groups, classes, outreach projects
& to support local events.
8687 Oak Grove Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 823-3420
https://hallbergbutterflygardens.org/


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sun, June 20th

Forgotten Felines Online Auction - June 12-20

Our goal is to double the number of animals who come through our doors. 
By participating in this auction you are helping to ensure more cats are
spayed, neutered & receive vital medical attention.

100+ items & gift certificates up for grabs including a 1940 Cadillac LaSalle!

www.forgottenfelines.com/auction


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sat, August 14th

Kids & Teens Prevent the Summer Slide

Rewards for READING - June 1- August 14.

Join our community of readers this summer - read 960 minutes to
earn free books & a chance to wine awesome prizes!

Track your reading progress to earn cool prizes at:

https://sonomalibrary.beanstack.org/reader365


Thu, June 17th
thru
Wed, June 30th

Fantasy Golf

Support the Rotary Club of Glen Ellen - Kenwood.

18-Hole Fairway scratch-off card, $40.

Golf Classics, Wine Country Delights (Fabulous Food/Wine), Family
& Friends Fun (for kids/adults alike).  Only 500 cards will be sold.

Plus - Longest Drive/Closest to the Pin scratch-off card, $5.

Winners receive $500 cash - Only 1,000 cards will be sold.
Buy a $50/Bundle - 1 Fairway card & 2 Longet/Closest cards.
All proceeds go to club projects in Sonoma County - Winners will
be announced in August.

For Package details please gto to:
(707) 292-7983

https://www.glenellenkenwoodrotary.com/

 

 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Mon, July 26th

Spring 2021 Classes - Sonoma Community Center

A robust lineup of virtual classes & workshops , as well as
reintroduction of in--person youth summer camps. 
To see the full line-up visit:

https://sonomacommunitycenter.org/


Thu, June 17th
thru
Thu, September 30th

Making Things Better for Veterans

Our most vulnerable Veterans are isolated at hospitals & during thier
greatest time of need: their loved ones can have little or no contact with
them.  Imagine having to shelter in place forever!
Learn houw you can help.  With the support of citizens like you,
is Making Things Better Together!

https://www.healvets.org/

 

 

 

 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Wed, June 30th

LGBTQ+ Fundraiser for Amor Para Todos (APT)

We are a Sonoma - based nonprofit working to make our
Schools & Communities more LGBTQIA+ inclusive

 

Give Out Day is a month long virtual fundraiser that we are bringing
to life on the final day of Pride Month, June 30. 
Held at:  Ayawaska (Restaurant & Bar)
101 2nd St., #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-3519

Event: 3-9pm, DJ 7-9pm.
People can donate onsite on June 30.
Ayawaska will have a special (APT) cocktail.  Those who buy it will be
put into a raffle to win an APT shirt & bottle of wine.

To secure a table for June 30, reservations can be made now:
https://ayawaskasf.com/contact-us/

Donations:
https://www.giveoutday.org/organization/Amor-Para-Todos


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sun, January 16th

New Exhibit at the Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center

Unveiling unpublished comic strip featuring: 
Adults by Schulz - June 17, 2021 - Jan., 16, 2022.

Giving visitors a rare opportunity to see characters
differing from the beloved Peanuts Gang.

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

https://schulzmuseum.org/

 


Thu, June 17th
thru
Tue, August 31st

Plesase Get Vaccinated to help STOP the spread of COVID-19

The greatest heroes are not just the ones with superpowers.  We need more heroes to help stop the spread of COVID-19.  The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) recommends these steps to help protect yourself,
your family & others in your community:

– Get vaccinated as soon as possible
– Wear a face mask (until you are fully vaccinated)
– Practice social distancing—stay 6 feet apart
– Wash hands often with soap & water for at least 20 seconds
– Avoid close contact with people who are sick & stay home while you are sick.


Thu, June 17th
thru
Sun, June 27th

2021 Sonoma-Marin Fair - 'Moovin' On' - Petaluma

12/Noon - 8pm.  "Hybrid" Fair FUN for all.

Drive Thru Fair Food: Come back to the Fairgrounds & enjoy those
corn dogs, funnel cakes, turkey legs & more!
Dates: June 18-20 June 25-27
 
For the final weekend, our "Fair" weekend, will hope to have
entertainment & live music as well!
Live Contests: Join us online & enter one of our popular contests.
Participants will share their talent/skill & a panel of judges will pick the winner.
Photo Contests: Back by popular demand!  Participants will enter the contest with digital photos. Judges will pick the winners & announce on Facebook.
Vendor Village: We miss our friends in the shopping pavilion & are working to bring them back in a live, online format. Details in coming newsletters.
Coloring Contest: Yes, its back & for adults too! 
175 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma
(707) 283-3247
https://www.sonoma-marinfair.org/

 

Thu, June 17th
thru
Thu, August 26th

Russian River Certified Farmers' Markets

3-7pm - EVERY THURSDAY.

Local farm fresh fruit & vegtables, fresh baked bread,
handmade sausage, panforte, granola & beautiful sia baskets.

Corner of 4th St & Church St, Behind Hubert's Hall


Thu, June 17th
thru
Thu, August 12th

Pets Life Line Summer Camp

https://www.petslifeline.org/summer-camp


Thu, June 17th
thru
Fri, June 18th

Self Expression Camp

Teens Ages 13-17
(707) 938-4626

Enroll now at:
https://sonomacommunitycenter.org/summer-camps/


Today
thru
Mon, June 28th

Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition Offers In-Person/On-Bike Lessons

Registration For those who are unable to attend our in-person lessons,
the SC Bicycle Coalition also offers a series of FREE, Virtual Family Bicycling Workshops via Zoom.

The Virtual series includes Intro to Family Bicycling, Street Skills
for Parents, Bicycle Maintenance for Families & Route Planning
& Great Sonoma County Family Rides.
Information & to Register for a Virtual workshop:

(707) 799-3911

Website: https://www.bikesonoma.org/family-bike-workshops/


Today
thru
Sun, September 19th

Celebrating 10 years of TRANSCENDENCE Theatre Company

Broadway Performances on the most beautiful stage in Wine Country.

877-424-1414

For the full Calendar, show times & locations visit:

https://transcendencetheatre.org/


Today
thru
Wed, June 30th

Help with Meal Preparations

Join the Santa Rosa Meal Team - Volunteers Needed.

Ceres Community Project

http://tfaforms.com/4852303


Today
thru
Fri, September 17th

Rohnert Park Farmers Market

4-7pm - Held EVERY Friday
Party on the Plaza - Farmers Market - Live Music & Libations.

Featuring fresh fruit & veggie vendors, food trucks & crafters.

500 City Center Dr., Rohnert Park
 

 


Today
thru
Wed, June 30th

Quarryhill is renamed Sonoma Botanical Garden

9am-4pm - Open daily except Tuesdays.
Broadening its mission to embrace both Asian & Calfornia native plants.

The 67-acre Sonoma Valley Botanical Garden is internationally recognized
for spectactular collections of flowering Asian plants, many grown form seed gathered on trips to China, Japan, Korea & elsewhere in Asia.

The name change coincides with the Spring Season, considered to many to
be  the Garden's most beautiful, when many rare plants come into flower.

12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen
https://quarryhillbg.org/


Today
thru
Mon, August 9th

Sonoma County Library Scavenger Hunt

Explore with the Sonoma County Library's family friendly virtual
community scavenger hunt!
Visit:
https://sonomalibrary.beanstack.org/reader365


Today
thru
Wed, June 30th

Looking for a way to support Older Adults?

Social Call Volunteers are paired with an adult age 60 or older for
weekly friendly visits.  Training, support & background check are provided
& volunteers are asked to commit to one call per week for at least 6 months.

Email:

socialcall@covia.org


Today
thru
Sat, July 31st

Sonoma County Regional Parks Campsites

Campers must stay 6-feet from people not in their household & carry
a face mask, which they must wear when they can't maintain adequate
distance from others.  Bring you own water, as drinking fountains are
off-limits  Group Campsites are closed.

http://www.parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Play/Camping


Today
thru
Thu, September 30th

Doctors Without Borders

Doctors Without Borders teams confront hard facts in conflict & crisis zones.  When others look away we step in to act because measles still kills more than 100,000 children every year.  We're there to caccinate more thna on million.  Becuase some countries have only one or two mental health professionals we provided over 400,000 mental health consultations las year.  The fact is your support makes our life saving work possible.  Picture the impact we can have together.

https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/onetime.cfm?source=ADD2102U0U08&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=BRAND.DWB_CKMSF-BRAND.DWB-GS-GS-ALL-DWBBrand.All-BO-ALL-ETA-DWB-ONETIME

 

 

 

 


Today
thru
Fri, June 18th

PRIDE Comedy! Headliner - Jason Stuart

6pm/Doors Open.  The Laugh Cellar & Sonoma County
PRIDE present: Comedian Jason Stuart.
The outdoor show on the beautiful Crush Pad at Deerfield Ranch
Winery with views of the Mayacamas Mountains in Kenwood is a benefit
for Sonoma County PRIDE.
Local guests please bring your comfy outdoor chair.  Seating will be provided
for guests traveling from outside of the immediate Bay Area.  Deerfield's
entire wine portfolio is offered for purchase by the bottle, with select wine
for sale by the glass.  Non-alcoholic beverages available.  Picnics welcome. PLEASE NO OUTSIDE DRINK.
$28/General Admission Tickets Advance Online.
Guests must be age 21 & up.  Complimentary parking onsite.

Location: Deerfield Ranch Winery

Website: https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/june182021.html

Phone: (707) 833-5215


Today
thru
Tue, September 7th

LBC Presents: SQUEEZE

Tickets on SALE NOW

 

SHOW:  Sept. 7, 2021.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600

https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/squeeze/


Today
thru
Fri, October 29th

Occidental Community Farmers' Market

4pm-Dusk - EVERY FRIDAY.

Fresh local produce, delicious prepared & catered foods & exquisite
crafts from local artisans.

Main Street & 2nd, Occidental


Sat, June 19th
thru
Sat, June 26th

“Affirming Our Faith Journey”: LGBTQIA+ Book Study Celebrates Pride Month

What Does God Think? Transgender People and the Bible.

Knox Presbyterian and Thanksgiving Lutheran Churches invite you to a two-session book study beginning Saturday, June 19th at 10 am and continuing Saturday, June 26th, at 10 am.This affirming, open discussion will be about the book, What Does God Think? Transgender People and the Bible, by Cheryl B. Evans.To be a part of the conversation, email knoxtlc1650@gmail.com for the Zoom invitation. If you’d like to join by phone, please provide the phone number you will be using.

Knox and Thanksgiving are an all-inclusive neighborhood church and ministry, where all of God’s children – yep, including you! – are celebrated and participating in all aspects of church life.

Location: Zoom

Phone: 707-544-0241


Sat, June 19th

Carpool Cinemas - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

Presented by the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

All show times begin at sunset; please plan on arriving early.
6/19 - Men in Black

https://lutherburbankcenter.org/support-us/opportunities-for-individuals/membership/
 


Sat, June 19th
thru
Sat, July 3rd

Lavender Daze - Santa Rosa

DATES:  June 19 & July 3.

10am-4pm - Come to walk the labyrinth to enjoy the purple, smell
the floral essences & watch the bees hard at work

Reservations Required.  $10/Per Car.

Bees n Blooms

3883 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 293-8293

https://bees-n-blooms.square.site/product/lavender-daze-parking-for-1-car/115?cs=true&cst=custom


Sat, June 19th

Bubbly Birthday Bash - Children's Museum

9am-4pm - Transforming their garden into a bubble paradise, in addition
to reopening their Science & Imagination Gallery for children to explore again. 
In hopes to spark a lifelong love of learning.

Free/Members, $12/Non-Member,
Masks are required for everyone.
https://www.cmosc.org/


Sat, June 19th
thru
Sat, July 31st

Docent-led Walking Tours - Petaluma

10:30am - SATURDAYS
Meet at 4th & B Streets

Colorful characters from Petaluma’s past want to share their story with you!
Costumed docents from the  
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum will guide you through the historic downtown business & residential districts on most Saturdays. Free.

(707) 769-0429
https://www.visitpetaluma.com/


Sat, June 19th

Trione Winery Food + Wine Dinner

Join us for an intimate wine & food paired dinner hosted by Mark & Cathy Trione
in our historic Old Stone Building.  We will feature wines that are not yet released along
with something special from our library cellar.  Enjoy a 3-course menu prepared by local
Chef, Tim Vallery of Peloton Culinary.  Seating is limited & will be socially distanced. 
Cost: $140/Members (up to 6 tickets at member price), $165/Non-Members.
Purchase your tickets online or contact:  (707) 814-8100
 

Location: Trione Winery

Website: www.trionewinery.com

Phone: 707-814-8100


Sat, June 19th

Behind the Curtain Dinner & Wizard of Oz Sing-Along - Rohnert Park

7pm/Doors Open, 7:45pm/Dinner, 8:30pm/Movie
Wizard of Oz Sing-Along Master of Ceremonies:  Jan Wahl

 

Sonoma County Pride (SCP) presents the perfect June diversion for lockdown weary LGBTQ & friends when the “Behind the Curtain” Dinner & Wizard of Oz Sing-Along comes to Sally Tomatoes in Rohnert Park on June 19th!  Grab your ruby slippers & click your heels 3 times to transport yourself to an evening in the Emerald City! We will be transforming Sally Tomatoes into a magical wonderland & you are invited to come watch this classic movie musical with song lyrics displayed on the screen for you & your friends to sing along!

Follow the Yellow Brick Road & sing along with Dorothy, Auntie Em, Toto, The Tin Man, Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion & the rest of the characters as they make their way to the enchanting Emerald City.

Sally Tomoatoes
1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 665-9472

https://sallytomatoes.com/


Sat, June 19th

Tinker with Renewable Energy for Youth: Session 2 Water Energy

1-3pm - Youth will explore a variety of energy sources – solar, wind
& hydro – through hands-on engineering tinkering activities.
Youth will experiment with renewable energy sources to generate
electricity & will help to build awareness of sustainable energy, energy
efficiency, renewable energy, and climate science – with the ultimate
end goal of developing creative problem solvers.
Youth 9-18.  Cost: $20

Location: Cotati Civic Center

Website: ucanr.edu/try4h

Phone: 7075652621


Sat, June 19th

Juneteenth - 51st Annual Festival Celebration of Diversity & Inclusion

1-3:30pm - Zoom.

Special Entertainment by Zakiya Hooker.

Also - James Coffee's Band, "None but the Righteous," Spoken word "Slave, Emancipation, Reconstruction," & Black Lives Matter, Children African Dance & Presentation of Scholarships by Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow & the Prayer Chapel Singers.

A zoom link will be sent to you once you register.

http://www.sonomacountyjuneteenth.com


Sat, June 19th

Oakmont Art & Craft Faire

10am-3pm - Over 50 Artists will be presenting their wares in the
Berger Parking Lot,

where you will also find the El Coyote Mexican Food Truck.

Enjoy Live Musie & Ice Cream as you browse for that perfect gift.

 


Sat, June 19th
thru
Sat, December 18th

43rd Annual Healdsburg Farmers' Market

Saturdays, April 17 - Dec., 18.

8:30am-12/Noon.

West Plaza Parking Lot.

https://www.healdsburgfarmersmarket.org/


Sat, June 19th

Outdoor Music - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Stephanie Ozer Trio (Peter Barshay, Bass, Kendrick Freeman, Drums)

I'll be celebrating a Big Birthday & you'll be treateed to classic & contemporary Brazilian jazz, gems from the American Jazz Songbook, Classical Pop
& Inventive & dynamic arragngements & Improvisations.

Great venue for  for listening, hanging, eating & drinking

Spirit Bar
Courtyard at Hotel Healdsburg
http://stephanieozer.com/

https://hotelhealdsburg.com/


Sun, June 20th
thru
Sun, December 12th

Windsor's Farmers Market - Every Sunday

10am-1pm - SUNDAYS - through Dec. 12th.

Local Spring Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Garden Plant Starts & House Plants.
Fresh Fish Monger, local artisan cheeses, local honey, dried fruits, handcrafted chocolates & healthy snacks.  Baked goods, artisan breads, organic tomales, Brunch on the Green, Charlies BBQ, meats to go, coffee & kettle corn. Artists, Pottery, hand-crrafted furniture, jewelers, cutting borards, fabric art for kids, personalized gifts, succulents, crystals, wellness & more!

 

 


Sun, June 20th

Organ Concert - Healdsburg

5-6pm - Dedication of the new Bigelow Pipe Organ, please go online to see the beautiful pictures!
Performers are Paul Blanchard Director of Music at St. Paul's & David Chamberlin of Bigelow Organs who assisted in the Organ Installation. They will be performing a selection of music including Bach, Dubois among others

Location: St. Paul's Church 209 Matheson St., Healdsburg

Website: www.stpauls-healdsburg.org

Phone: 707-433-2107


Mon, June 21st
thru
Wed, June 30th

Celebrate 'Peanuts' Legacy - Santa Rosa

Volunteers are needed age 14+ who will enoy supporting the legacy
of Schulz & The "Peanuts" Comic strip he created.

https://schulzmuseum.org/get-involved/


Mon, June 21st
thru
Mon, July 19th

Summer Programs Designed for Teens - Sebastopol

Pottery Wheel, Printmaking, Cooking, Filmmaking, Improv & Fashion.

(707) 829-4797

https://www.sebarts.org/


Mon, June 21st
thru
Mon, August 30th

Camp Newman - Sonoma County

Year Round Programs

We are working to re-envision what our in-person year round programming might look like when we can safely convene again. In the meantime, please join us for our virtual gatherings!

Register: 

https://campnewman.org/year-round/

 


Mon, June 21st
thru
Mon, July 26th

Summer DANCE Camps

Choose from 3, 4 or 5 days of each camp.  For dancers 3-7.
Each camp will include ballet, tap, jazz, hop hop & a daily craft to take home.

Masks are required & social distancing will be enforced.

Register: (707) 762-3972


Tue, June 22nd
thru
Tue, October 26th

43rd Annual Healdsburg Farmers' Market

TUESDAYS - Through - Oct., 26.

9am-12:30pm .

On the Plaza Downtown.
https://www.healdsburgfarmersmarket.org/


Tue, June 22nd
thru
Thu, July 1st

Forestville Farmers Market

4-7pm - Downtown Park - Held EVERY TUESDAY.

Under the shady oak trees. Enjoy live music while you shop for local, fresh produce, hot prepared foods & fresh baked breads, crafts & art, Sonoma County
wine & beer.  We adhere to current COVID-19 guidelines set forth by the
Dept of Public Health.
(707) 766-4597


Wed, June 23rd

Grrand Re-Opening Celebration - Sebastopol Center for the Arts

5-7pm - Please join us for the ribbon cutting, live music & light refreshments.

Visit the entire building & re(discover) our 8 programs.

The galleries, classrooms & rooms will be open.

Enjoy our exhibitions, sign up for classes, check out our exciting new schedule.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
https://www.sebarts.org/


Fri, June 25th
thru
Fri, November 5th

Eat & Donate

Help support the Sonoma-Marin Walk to End Alzheimers
with Mountain Mikes Pizza on the 4th Friday of the month.

Location: Mountain Mikes Pizza

Website: http://act.alz.org/goto/KatelynnAnderson

Phone: 7075482533


Sat, June 26th
thru
Sun, July 11th

Lavendar U-Cut Experience - Santa Rosa

DATES:  June 26-27 - July 10-11

These are the days when you can harvest your very own lavender bunches.
Lavender is $5 per bunch. Come on out & harvest your own lavender,
breathe in the country fresh air scented with lavender & soak in the sun
& the breeze. Take advantage of fantastic photo opportunities in the
lavender field.  Reservations Required.  $10/Per Car. 
Bees N Blooms

3883 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa
(707)293-8293
https://bees-n-blooms.square.site/product/lavender-u-cut-experience-parking-for-1-car/114?cs=true&cst=custom


Sat, June 26th

In-Person Book-Making Workshop - Sebastopol

12:30-4:30pm - Hands-on instruction in making 6 sewn & folded
book structures.  People with no prior book-making experience can
enjoy this opportunity to explore a possible new hobby & learn how to
make books from materials that can be found in almost any home.

Registration Deadline: 6/18/21. 

Cost: $125.

282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797

https://www.sebarts.org/classes-lectures/bookmaking


Sat, June 26th

Tinker with Renewable Energy for Youth: Session 3 Solar Energy

1-3pm - Youth will explore a variety of energy sources – solar, wind,
& hydro – through hands-on engineering tinkering activities.
Youth will experiment with renewable energy sources to generate
electricity & will help to build awareness of sustainable energy, energy
efficiency, renewable energy & climate science – with the ultimate end
goal of developing creative problem solvers.  Youth 9-18.  Cost: $20

Location: Cotati Civic Center

Website: ucanr.edu/try4h

Phone: 7075652621


Sat, June 26th

Penngrove Social Firemen Present: Curbside Pickup Chicken BBQ

3-6pm - Menu:  1/2 Chicken, Beans, Macaroni Salad, Bread.
$1/Desserts sold by 4H.
PRE-SALE ONLY - JavAmore Cafe
10101 Main St., Penngrove
(707) 794-1516

$20/Per Person.

Penngrove Social Firemen "Supporting Our Community."
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chicken-bbq-benefit-penngrove-social-firemen-tickets-156315434673


Sat, June 26th

Willowside School Nursery - Plant Sale

A program with student involvement to support garden & nursery coordinator positions in the Oak Grove Union School District.

5299 Hall Rd. & Willowside Rd.

Spring Pant Sales:

SATURDAYS from 9am – 2pm
By appointment:   mfiddler@ogusd.org
OR drop-in if space available.
Thousands of plants: a variety of low water & drought tolerant perennials,
CA natives, a multitude of succulents, grasses, salvias & MANY BEAUTIFUL PLANTS to invite beneficial insects, butterflies & hummingbirds into your garden.

PRICE: $5 for 1 gallon containers

We have over 40 varieties of Speciality Japanese Maples, 3-6 feet
tall at $30 to $70
.

Rain does not cancel. 

Call:  Jan  - (707) 569 - 4724


Fri, July 2nd
thru
Fri, October 1st

Friday Night Live Weekly Concerts - Cloverdale Plaza

6pm -Also featuring the Cloverdale Street Fair, which will include
music (6:30-9:30pm), arts & crafts
& rock-climbing walls.  Dinner & craft beers
& wines will be served by local restaurants at the Plaza

(707) 894-4410

http://www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org/


Sat, July 3rd

The Centennial Celebrations - Guerneville

12/Noon-5pm - Celebrate 150 years - Guerneville
Celebrate 100 years - The Historic Bank of Guerneville Bank Building.

Live Music - Handmade Ice Cream - Winetasting - Handmade Pies -
Vintage Vehicles - Vintage Games for Kids.

Make History by Celebrating History!

Church Street at Guerneville Bank Club.

 

 


Sat, July 3rd
thru
Sun, October 31st

1st Annual Student Photography Exhibition by SRJC Photo Club

The Santa Rosa Junior College Photography Club will host the first annual juried student photography exhibition, entitled, “SoCo Clicks.”  This is a hybrid event, with the winner’s work displayed at the Museum of Sonoma County July 3 to October 31 & a virtual exhibition of selected entries online.  The event will showcase photography taken by Sonoma County students, high school & up. Photographs will be reviewed by a panel of professional photographers & there will be a cash prize of $1,000 for “Best of Show,” as well as other prizes.

https://events.santarosa.edu/SoCoClicks


Sun, July 4th

Patriotic Classic Car Cruise - Sonoma

Sonoma Volunteers Firefighters Assocation Presents:

9am - Starting from the Parking Lot of the Sonoma Veteran's Hall,
go through the Sonoma Plaza, up Hwy 12 to Glen Ellen & back down
Arnold Drive to Verano Ave.
8:30am - Anyone with a classic car or truck is encouraged to just show
up by 8:30am & join in the cruise.

 

We encourage residents to get out along the route & view these classic cars, but please follow all county healthy orders pertaining to the COVID 19 virus.

Organized & put on by a local car club - Devil's Darlin's.

https://www.facebook.com/Devilsdarlinsinc/

Support next years event & donate today at:

https://sonomavolunteerfirefighters.org/


Sun, July 4th

Rotary Club of Healdsburg Sunrise's Annual 4th of July Celebration

10:30am-1pm - While there will be on Firework this year, the free,
small-town will still have other fun activities for the whole family.

 

Lots of fun things for the Kids, including a Kids' Parade, Duck Dash Race,
Trike, Sack & Bouncy Ball Races, Bean Bag Toss & other kid-friendly games
& Live Music.  Food offerings include:  Hotdogs, Popcorn, Mexican Corn, Snowcones & Lemonade.  T-Shirts & Baseball Caps will be available for
purchase & Donations will be accepted.

Donations will go toward the Rotary Scholarship Program, Teacher
Appreciation & other programs such as Wonder League & Choices.
Held on the Plaza in Healdsburg
https://soconews.org/scn_healdsburg/news/healdsburg-rotary-4th-of-july-event-to-return-this-year/article_f315a412-cede-11eb-b4c8-1bd47823cc4a.html


Sun, July 4th

Celebrate the 4th of July with the Forestville Chamber

12:30pm - Enjoy BBQ pig, grilled  hamburgers, Hot Dogs & Veggie
Burgers in our Downtown Park in Forestville. 
Beer, Wine & Margaritas will be avilable.
Live Music, Crafters & a Jumpy House for the kids!

 


Fri, July 9th
thru
Sun, July 11th

Kenny G - Charles Krug Winery, St. Helena

2 Shows Nightly.  Socially Distanced Outdoor Music Series.

Bluenote @ Charles Krug Winery
2800 Main St., St Helena
(707) 880-2300
Ticket & Showtimes:
https://www.bluenotenapa.com/

 


Fri, July 9th
thru
Sun, July 18th

Fundraiser - ART Auction Show & Sale - Santa Rosa

ONLINE BIDDING JULY 9-17.

ARTSHOW, AUCTION AND SALE SUNDAY, JULY 18. 11- 5.

Offering works by many popular local artists.  Choose from a large
selection of artwork during this hybrid online & live sale & auction
fundraiser.  Many professional artists have donated works.  In addition,
our talented teen apprentices have been working on beautiful, crafte
d home & garden accessories which will be for sale.

317 Sutton Place, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-2345

https://www.artstart.us/


Fri, July 16th
thru
Sun, July 25th

Festival Napa Valley

Festival Napa Valley is pleased to welcome back audiences for an
all-outdoor
celebration this summer.

 
Jennifer Hudson, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Lisette Oropesa, Michael Fabiano,
Roberto Bolle & other top performers will appear live on Festival Napa
Valley stages, July 16-25. Select concerts will also be streamed to
audiences locally and worldwide.
(707) 346-5052

https://festivalnapavalley.org/save-the-date/?utm_source=Festival+Napa+Valley&utm_campaign=fe6ad334ba-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_02_21_09_21_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b67941217d-fe6ad334ba-85778677


Sat, July 17th
thru
Sun, August 1st

Valley of the Moon Music Festival's 7th Annual Season

Love & Longing: Reaching Across the Distance Inspired by the human
desire to connect, the chamber music of VMMF’s 7th Annual Season tells
stories of separation, longing & coming together. From Clara Schumann
to the American composer Harry Burleigh, the Festival will also feature
a series of beautiful art songs. Their magnificent poetry perfectly expresses
this year’s themes. The 8 Festival concerts build to a hope-filled Finale,
a concert celebrating the joy & optimism of youth & renewal.
Join us onsite at Hanna Boys Center in Sonoma, CA or virtually to celebrate
music & human connection this July 17 – August 1, 2021, with a
Festival Preview concert June 24th.
For the full Festival schedule, more details & to reserve your virtual
or live concert ticket(s):
(707) 509-3713

http://www.valleyofthemoonmusicfestival.orgValley

 

 

 


Tue, July 20th
thru
Thu, July 29th

pianoSonoma returns to Live Performance

6pm - Vino & Vibrato - Dates: July 20, 22, 27 & 29.

Playing famous piece from Mozart, Beethoven & more each night

Green Music Center
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-4246

https://gmc.sonoma.edu/


Fri, July 23rd

5th Annual Wine Country Comedy Fest - Day two

July 23 Comedic Lineup: Shawn Pelofsky, Jessica Inserra, David Roth
6pm/Doors open.  Let’s get together for big wine & big laughs - Be
a part of the laughter movement in wine country!  The show is outdoors
on the winery's beautiful lawn with views of the Mayacamas Mountains. 
Local guests: please bring your comfy outdoor chair.  Out of town guests:
we don't expect you to be traveling with a lawn chair, so we'll provide one
for you!  Please no outside food or drink. Available for purchase onsite will
be wine & some non-alcoholic beverages, plus hearty charcuterie/cheese plates. Complimentary parking onsite.  21+ & up.
Tickets are general admission advance online.

Location: Landmark Vineyards

Website: https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/july-23-landmark-vineyards.html

Phone: (000) 000-0000


Fri, July 23rd

19th Annual Golf Tournament - Windsor

Benefitting Ag Education & Advocacy

Enjoy a GREAT DAY on the Green.
Fun Team & Individual prizes, course activities & awards dinner
included in the registration!

 

Schedule of Events

11:30am – Registration & warm up
12/Noon – Box lunch provided
1pm – Shotgun start
6pm – Dinner, awards & raffle
(Team and individual prices will be presented)

Windsor Golf Course
1340 19th Hole Dr., Windsor

https://sonomafb.org/

 


Fri, July 23rd

(Mini) 5th Annual Wine Country Comedy Festival

7pm - 3 amazing comedians: David Roth, Shawn Pelofsky & Jessica Inserra.

Enjoy a night full of laughs, delicious wines & epic views.

Tickets: 28/Per Person.

Landmark Vineyards

101 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood

https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/


Wed, July 28th
thru
Sun, August 8th

Sonoma County Fair Summer Fun Fest - July 28th - August 8th

Running for 2 long 5-Day Weekends

Slightly smaller than the traditional full Fair that will resume in 2022.

 

The Hall of Flowers & horseracing will not take place.

 
Fan favorites like the livestock auction, a monster truck show & the PRCA rodeo will be on the schedule.  There will also be a carnival with rides including the Zipper, Gondola Wheel & Drop Tower.
Tickets for the Summer Fun Fest will go on sale:  June 14th

http://www.sonomacountyfair.com/fair/sonoma-county-fair.php


Sat, August 7th

Petaluma Music Festival

Keeping Music in the Schools.
175 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma

View the complete lineup:

https://www.petalumamusicfestival.org/


Thu, August 19th

LOVE of the LAND

Join us for a special  evening honoring Industry Leaders
& Celebrating local Food & Agriculture.

At the Pavilion at Richard's Grove
La Crema Estates & Saraliee's Vineyard in the heart of Russian Rive Valley.
https://sonomafb.org/


Sat, August 21st

Trione Winery Winemaker Dinner

Join the Trione family and Winemaker, Scot Covington for an evening
filled with wine & food.  We will feature new wines that Scot is excited to share alongside a 3-course menu prepared by Chef Tim Vallery of Peloton Culinary.

Tickets: $175/Members, $200/Non-Members.
Purchase your tickets online.
(707) 814-8100

Location: Trione Winery 19550 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville, CA 95441

Website: www.trionewinery.com

Phone: 707-814-8109


Sat, August 21st

Left Bank Event - Alexander Valley

Featuring Wineries & Tasting Rooms on the "left bank' of the
Russian River & Alexander Valley.

6 Participating Wineries (J. Rickards Winery, Mercury Wine, Pedroncelli Winery,

Kelley & Young Wines, Icaria Winery, Bobdog Wines).

ticket price includes a souvenir Left Bank wine glass, a $30 credit toward wine purchases (plus 1-day-only wine specials), food & wine pairings at each winery,
& the adventure of exploring these great local venues. 

Cost $60/Per Person.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/left-bank-alexander-valley-2021-tickets-154734261341


Sun, August 29th

Carlton Senior Living Symphony Pops: Remember When Rock Was Young – the Elton John Tribute

3pm -

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600 (Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, closed Sunday & Monday)
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/events/list/

 

 

 

 

 


Sat, September 4th

LBC Presents An Evening with Chicago

8pm -

Ruth Finley Person Theater
50 Mark West Springs Rd.Santa Rosa 

(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/

 


Wed, September 8th

Sit, Stay, Sparkle

6pm - Virtual Event.

An evening to celebrate & support the mission of Canine Companions - to provide expertly trained service dogs to people with disabilities free of charge. This year, from the comfort of your home with the company of your choice.  You will enjoy inspirational speakers, meet our clients & their life-changing service dogs, see adorable puppies, bid on exciting items in our live & silent auctions & watch the premiere of the newest Canine Companions short film!

https://www.cci.org/location/northwest/event/sit-stay-sparkle/


Fri, September 17th

LBC Presents Vintage Trouble

8pm
Ruth Finley Person Theater
50 Mark West Springs Rd.Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/

 

 


Sat, September 18th

LBC Presents 45th Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition Semi-Finals

8pm - 45th Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition Semi-Finals

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Fri, September 24th

Josh Turner

8pm - Josh Turner Reschedule

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600 (Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, closed Sunday & Monday)
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Sat, October 2nd

AEG Presents Biancia Del Rio

8pm - Biancia Del Rio – Unsanitized

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

 

 


Fri, October 8th

LBC Presents John Hiatt & The Jerry Douglas Band

8pm - John Hiatt & The Jerry Douglas Band RESCHEDULED.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Sun, October 10th

Trione Winery Dinner Under the Stars

Join us in celebrating the end of harvest with a wine & food paired
dinner hosted by the Trione family. We will feature wines that are
not yet released along with something special from our library cellar.
Enjoy a 3-course menu.  Seating is limited & will be socially distanced.
$140/Per Person for members (up to 6 tickets) & $165/Non-Members.
Purchase your tickets online.
(707) 814-8100

Location: Trione Winery 19550 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville, CA 95441

Website: www.trionewinery.com

Phone: 707-814-8109


Tue, October 12th

LBC Presents Tape Face

7pm  - Tape Face Tuesday, October 12, 2021

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

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/tape-face/


Fri, October 15th

Amy Grant - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - LBC Presents Amy Grant Rescheduled: Friday, October 15, 2021

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa

Tticket Office:
(707) 546-3600 (Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, closed Sunday & Monday)

https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Sun, October 17th

Pouring on the Plaza - Headlsburg

Enjoy a day of wine, food & fun on the Plaza in Healdsburg all in support
of Club Kids.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma - Marin.

(707) 919-0548
https://www.bgcsonoma-marin.org/


Sun, October 17th

Symphony Pops: Fiedler's Favorites

3pm - Featuring Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue - Sunday, October 17, 2021

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


Tue, October 19th

Unique Lives & Experiences Presents John Cleese

7:30pm - John Cleese Why There Is No Hope
Rescheduled to Tuesday, October 19, 2021.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

 (707) 546-3600 (Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, closed Sunday & Monday)
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/

 

 

 


Sat, October 23rd

2021 Golden West Chapter Walk to Defeat ALS

11:30am-12:30 - The Golden West Chapter is looking forward to a new year of opportunity & progress for the ALS community.  We are excited to announce that - for the first time ever - participants from 31 California counties & the entire state of Hawaii will all gather together online on the same day to raise ALS awareness & funds, & build community in the urgent effort to defeat ALS.Please save the date to join us to celebrate our ALS community, to support families facing ALS today and in the future & to remember our loved ones lost to this devastating disease.

Location: Live on Zoom and streamed on YouTube

Website: http://walk-tober.org/

Phone: 704-877-7757


Sat, October 30th

DogFest Northwest

10am - The  best family - & dog-friendly event of the year. 
Canine Companions DogFest is all about celebrating our canine friends
& the impact they have on our lives.
So get ready for a Halloween-themed, canine-centric virtual event! 
Hear from our clients & meet their life-changing service dogs, see adorable Canine Companions puppies, follow along with festive activities and participate
in our canine costume contest, all while supporting the mission of Canine Companions!

https://canine.org/


Fri, November 12th

LBC Presents Whiskey Myers

8pm - Whiskey Myers

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600 (Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, closed Sunday & Monday)
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Sun, November 14th

LBC Presents Postmodern Jukebox

7:30pm - LBC Presents Postmodern Jukebox - Sunday, November 14, 2021

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Tue, November 16th

LBC Presents Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular

7pm -

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600

https://lutherburbankcenter.org/

 

 

 

 


Fri, November 19th

Randy Rainbow - The Pink Glasses Tour - LBC

8pm - A two-time EMMY® nominated American comedian, producer, actor,
singer, writer &  satirist best known for his popular YouTube series,
The Randy Rainbow Show.  His musical parodies & political spoofs have
garnered him worldwide acclaim.  Presented by Live Nation

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Ruth Finley Person Theater
50 Mark West Spring Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600

https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Thu, February 3rd

Cake Master Live: An Evening with Duff Goldman - LBC

7:30pm.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/lbc-presents-cake-master-live-demo-with-duff/