Community Calendar

Today
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Thu, March 28th

WOMEN'S History Month - Sonoma County Libraries

The Sonoma County Library is offering a number of events throughout the county to celebrate Women.
https://sonomalibrary.org/blogs/news


Today
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Tue, March 26th

Healdsburg Fun Runs

333 Center St.,
(707) 395-0372
http://www.healdsburgrunningcompany.com


Today
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Sat, March 30th

Leather + Fiber = a love story - Sonoma

8am–9pm - Keyaira Terry is pleased to present her debut solo exhibition.  Her most recent body of work of hand-woven pieces consisting of a mix of leather, locally sourced, high-quality wool & plant materials.  Many of her pieces feature fibers & materials sourced from Fibershed producers – a community dedicated to producing sustainable fibers & textiles. Terrys sensitivity is reflected in each resulting piece, combining her fascination & passion for form, color & consciously sourced materials.
276 E Napa Street, Sonoma
Sonoma Community Center
http://www.keyaiira.com


Today
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Sat, April 20th

See Something, Say Something Exhibit - Santa Rosa

Featuring work by David Huffman, Linda Vallejo & Evri Kwong. 
Admission: $7-$10/Adults, Free/Children 12 & under.
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St.,
(707) 579-1500
http://www.museumsc.org


Today
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Sun, April 28th

Spring Schedule of Screenings - SSU

All Screenings are in Warren Auditorium, Ives Hall on the SSU Campus.
Suggested Ticket Donation: $5/Per Person.  $5/Parking Fee on ALL SSU Lots.
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2606
http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi


Today
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Sun, March 31st

NOT JUST Landscapes, International Juried Exhibit

Artwork, in a variety of media, reflecting scenery, in any style, from city scapes to nature views & more personal & imaginary visions including futuristic, environmental & psychological. 

Gallery II "Suspended Moments,"
Gallery III   "Light/Spirit/Reflect"
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., (Veterans Building) Sebastopol
(707) 829-4707
http://www.www.sebarts.org


Today
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Sat, June 1st

Balance Disorder

Do you struggle with dizziness or loss of balance? When you roll over in bed, does the room spin?
Do you have a difficult time concentrating & ringing in your ears?  These are scary & debilitating symptoms of vestibular disorders, which affect the inner ear & brain.  These symptoms are invisible and are often overlooked by others. But there is hope.
(800) 837-8428
http://www.vestibular dot org


Today
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Mon, May 20th

Peanuts Strip Exhibit

"Without Words" - 70 original Peanuts Strips.
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Today
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Sun, May 12th

Uptown Theatre, Napa

1350 Third St., Napa
(707) 259-0123
For the complete Calendar...
http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com


Today
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Wed, April 17th

Crawfish Boil - Kenwood

EVERY 3rd WEDNESDAY of the MONTH
All-you-can-eat Crawfish, Peel-&-eat Shrimp, Andouille Sausage, Corn-on-the-Cob, Potatoes & all the fixings.  Beignets for Dessert.
$4/draft beers. $20/beer pitchers.
Staggered seatings between 5-7:30pm.
Cost:  $39/Per Person
Tips Roadside
8445 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
(707) 509-0078
https://www.tipsroadside.com/event/crawfish-boil/


Today
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Mon, May 6th

Donate to the Russian River - Guerneville

Donate to the Russian River Clean Up including helping out the Small bBsinesses that have been devastated.
http://www.LAZYBEARWEEKEND.ORG


Today
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Fri, December 20th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

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


Today
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Thu, April 25th

FLOW Exhibit - Santa Rosa

By Artist, Jessica Snowden.
Hours: 8:30am-5pm.
Steele Lane Community Center
415 Steele Ln., Santa Rosa
http://www.JessicaBrittonStudios.com


Today
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Thu, April 18th

CASA's Spring Volunteer Training

Takes place over 3 & a half days beginning 4/18, from 10am-1:30pm, then runs from 4/23 - 4/25, from 8:30am-5pm.

Working together, we can end abuse & neglect so that every foster child has a chance to thrive.
CASAs offices are located at the
Los Guilicos complex near Oakmont in Santa Rosa.
(707) 565-6375
http://www.sonomacasa.org


Today
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Sun, September 8th

Peace, Love & Woodstock - Santa Rosa

Woodstock may be the smallest Peanuts character, but he has a huge presence in the strip.  In this exhibition, take a trip through the life of Woodstock—from namesake to nest—in celebration of the 1969 Music Festivals 50th Anniversary. 
Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Today
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Sun, March 31st

Volunteers Needed at the Luther Burbank Home/Garde

.... to join us as Gardeners, Docents & Gift Shop Salespeople.
Training to in Feb/March for our Tour Seasoning opening April 2019
(707) 524-5445
http://www.lutherburbank.org


Today
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Thu, April 4th

Flood Recovery & Wellness Fund

United Way of the Wine Country (UWWC) is launching the Sonoma County Flood Recovery and Wellness Fund.  The purpose of the fund will be to support flood survivors to get back on their feet.  All funds raised will be used to support flood relief through agency partners in the region.
(707) 528-4485 x112
http://www.unitedwaywinecountry.org


Today
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Sun, May 5th

A Sense of Place Exhibit - Healdsburg

Wed-Sun, 11am-4pm - Features Contemporary & Historic artworks side-by-side, in a variety of mediums: photography, plus paintings in oil, pastel, watercolor and acrylic, as well as some of the Museums treasured Pomo baskets.
Healdsburg Museum
221 Matheson St.,
https://www.healdsburgmuseum.org


Today
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Fri, March 29th

Exhibition & Competition - Santa Rosa

200 Local Artists of all ages & backgrounds!
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3737
http://www.srcity.org/arts


Today
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Wed, March 27th

2019 Citizens Academy

Wednesday Evenings 6-9pm.
10 consecutive weeks beginning March 27-May 29.

Sign up for a free, informative & interactive, inside look at the Sheriffs Office.  Tours include the jail, coroners office, dispatch & more!  Learn about communications, patrol procedures, crime prevention, criminal law, police ethics, the correctional system, investigations & our specialty units like our helicopter Henry1 & CSI.
2796 Ventura Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 565-7398


Today
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Mon, April 1st

Sonoma County Library Events

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


Today
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Sat, March 30th

Olivers Windsor Tavern Event Calendar - March

Olivers Market Windsor & the Tavern Off The Green 9230 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor
(707) 687-2050
http://www.oliversmarket.com

Tavern Live Music Calendar:
EVERY FRIDAY, 11:30am–2:30pm: Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd
3/23, 4-6pm – The Rains
3/30, 4-6pm – Dave Hamilton


Today
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Sun, April 7th

The Revolutionists - 6th Street Playhouse

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


Today
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Mon, April 8th

Volunteers Needed - Hallberg Butterfly Gardens

Would you like to help support local wildlife habitat?  Docents for Garden Tours needed.
(707) 591-6967
http://www.hallbergbutterflygardens.org


Today
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Sat, May 25th

Spring Plant Sales - Willowside School Nursery

Saturdays 9am-2pm - WE HAVE A VARIETY OF LOW WATER & DROUGHT TOLERANT PERENNIALS, CA NATIVES, SUCCULENTS, GRASSES, SALVIAS & MANY BEAUTIFUL PLANTS TO INVITE BENEFICIAL INSECTS, BUTTERFLIES & HUMMINGBIRDS into your garden.
PRICE: $4/1 gallon containers.
March 23, April 13, May 4, May 25

We gladly accept donations of healthy plants, garden tools, working wagons, ceramic pots, recycled 1 gallon nursery containers, etc.
5299 Hall Rd, Santa Rosa
(Corner of Willowside & Hall Rd)
Entrance is on Willowside Road
(707) 569-4724
https://www.sonomacountygazette.com/.../willowside-school-nursery-fall-plant-sales


Today
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Sun, March 24th

All That Jazz - Sonoma

3/23 - 7:30pm AND 3/24 - 2pm.
Featuring Jazz Pianst, Stephanie Ozer & Jazz Volcalist, Sheila Whitney.
Tickets: $25/Advance, $30/Door, $20/Seniors & Students/Advance, $25/Door, Free/Kids 10 & under.
Burlingame Hall
252 West Spain St.,
http://www.sonomavalleychorale.org


Today
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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/


Today
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Sun, April 21st

Roshambo - Graton

2-5pm - Free & open to the public.
A juried group show featuring works of & on paper, made with scissors, or stone, or stoneware from Join the Artists for the Reception on Saturday, March 23rd.
Graton Gallery
9048 Graton Rd.,
(707) 829-8912
http://gratongallery.net


Today

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


Today

Sunday Jazz - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - The Peter Welker Sextet will be featuring Special Guest vocalist Jeff Oster.
Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-5133
http://wwww.redbrickrestaurants.com


Today

Magic Show - Sonoma

2pm - Magique Bazaar with Majinga the Magician.
Sebastiani Theatre, Sonoma
(707) 996-9756
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Today

Spring Equinox - Santa Rosa

10am-3pm - Hikes, Potluck & Kids Activities.
120-acre Rancho Mark West, Santa Rosa.
http://www.landpaths.z2systems.com/mp/clients/landpaths/event/jsp-?event=1675


Today

Family Concert - San Rafael

3pm - Great music for all ages!  Stay after for a hands-on experience with brass, winds & strings at our Instrument Petting Zoo in the Redwood Foyer.
Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael
http://www.marincenter.org


Mon, March 25th
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Tue, March 26th

Jazz & Wine Dinners - Healdsburg

MONDAY & TUESDAYS Enjoy a "Neighbors Menu" for only $36 - ($54 paired wines) - while enjoying local jazz musicians with your meal.  $2 from each meal will be donated to the Healdsburg Education Foundation.
Dry Creek Kitchen
314 Healdsburg Ave.,
(707) 431-0330
https://drycreekkitchen.com


Mon, March 25th
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Mon, April 15th

GLORIA BARRON PRIZE FOR YOUNG HEROES

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes celebrates inspiring, public-spirited young people from across the U.S. & Canada.  The Barron Prize annually honors 25 outstanding young leaders ages 8-18 who have made a significant positive difference to people & the environment.
15 top winners each receive $10,000 to support their service work or higher education.  Applications are accepted online only and are due by April 15th.
http://www.barronprize.org/apply


Mon, March 25th

Homework Help - Windsor

4-5:30pm - Kids in grades K-12 can come by the Windsor Library for homework help.
Students can work on a certain subject or on a set of problems.  The help sessions are drop in.
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Bldg 100


Mon, March 25th
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Sat, October 26th

North Bay Discovery Science Day

EVENT HELD ON: October 26th - SC Fairgrounds.

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

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


Tue, March 26th
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Tue, March 26th

JCC Presents The Israeli Film Festival

Join us at the theater for 4 great screenings.
Universal stories that touch our lives here & now, that explore identity, biases & acceptable behavior, told through an Israeli cultural prism & with the prowess of the Israeli film industry.
Shows: Tuesday, March, 26,
at 1pm AND 7pm.  Tickets at the Door: $11/Matinee, $14/Evening.
Rialto Cinemas
6868 McKinley St., Sebastopol
(707) 528-4222
http://www.jccsoco.org/israeli-ff-2019


Tue, March 26th

Pints for Paws - Petaluma

5:30-8:30pm - All Proceeds benefit Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue.
MUSIC, DINNER, PRIZES & CELEBRATION. Vegetarian & Vegan Options.  Tickets: $25/Advance, $30/Door.
1280 N. McDowell Blvd.,
(707) 992-0274
http://www.pintsforpaws.brownpapertickets.com


Tue, March 26th

Biologoy of the Laguna de Santa Rosa

6-8:30pm - Presentation by Denise Cadman.
Join us for a lively visual journey to meet some of the life of the Laguna & to gain deeper understanding & connection to our shared home environment.  Cost: $14 (non-refundable).
Pre-Registration Required.
900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


Tue, March 26th

Job Fair - Rohnert Park

 

3-6pm  - For Job Seekers:
Face-to-face interviews with hiring managers.
Free professional headshots for LinkedIn profile.
Free professional advice on resumes, cover letters.
Entry-level & advanced positions!
Register today & Reserve your FREE spot.
Prize drawings, refreshments & so much more!
Hilton Hotel Sonoma Wine Country
1 DoubleTree Dr., Rohnert Park
To sign up:
http://www.sonomajobconnections.com

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sonoma-job-connections-job-fair-attendees-registration-54560285282


Wed, March 27th
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Wed, March 27th

Toddlers on Ice - Snoopy's Home Ice Arena

10:30-11:30am - For ages 18 Months - 4 years & their caregiver.  Every Wednesday has a different theme & games!
http://www.snoopyshomeice.com


Wed, March 27th

Rebuild NorthBay Foundation - Santa Rosa

1–6pm - A year & a half after wildfires tore through the community, Alice, Salesforce Essentials & RCU are bringing the Growth Tour to the North Bay for an afternoon of small business support, inspiring speakers, networking & resource-packed workshops.  Topics will be centered on the top needs for small business owners in the region: customer acquisition, managing your money, technology & marketing.

Ticket sales from this event will benefit the Rebuild NorthBay Foundation.
TICKETS:                  
In support of the community, tickets to the Growth Tour are available with an optional donation at registration.  All ticket sales will benefit Rebuild NorthBay Foundation.  To ensure no business owner is left out, individuals may waive the donation, if it is a financial barrier.
Friedman Events Center
3676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa
Tickets:
https://growthtour-northbay.events.helloalice.com


Wed, March 27th

Adobe Lightroom will change your world!

4:30-5:30pm - Keep hearing about how Adobe Lightroom is amazing, but want to know more?
Want to be able to organize, rate, retouch, crop, print & convert from raw files all in one place? This overview class will wet your whistle making sure you want to know how to go from “good” photos to “amazing” photos!  You already have the eye, now learn how this software can work for you.  Tickets: $29.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233                  


Wed, March 27th
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Wed, November 13th

WEDNESDAY NIGHT DRAGS - Sonoma

3pm/Gates Open, 4-10pm/Racing Spans.
A safe, legal, controlled environment in which to drag race their cars, away from city streets.

Anyone with a drivers license can compete, providing their vehicle or motorcycle passes a simple technical inspection.  All gas-propelled vehicles must have mufflers (if applicable). 0
800-870-7223 x209
The Main Entrance at Gate 1 on Hwy 121
http://www.sonomaraceway.com


Wed, March 27th

Growth Tour - Santa Rosa

1-6pm - A year & a half after wildfires tore through the community, Alice, Salesforce Essentials & RCU are partnering together to share an afternoon of top insights & trends by business leaders from across the State.

The Growth Tour event will bring together entrepreneurs from Sonoma, Napa, Marin, Lake & Mendocino Counties for an afternoon of small

business support, inspiring speakers & resource-packed workshops.

These will be led by enterprise CEOs & entrepreneurs to help strengthen your business in 2019 & beyond.  Ticket sales from this event will benefit the Rebuild NorthBay Foundation.

Tickets: $24-$50.  Purchase online:
https://growthtournorthbay.events.helloalice.com
Friedman Events Center
4676 Mayette Ave. in Santa Rosa


Wed, March 27th

Open Mic Nigh - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Enjoy unique Performances by Musicians, storytellers, Poets & more!
Sign up now to participate! Call us or sign up in person at the library.
Refreshments & Snacks will be provided.
Healdsburg Regional Library
139 Piper St.,
(707) 433-3772


Wed, March 27th
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Sun, March 31st

22nd Annual Sonoma International Film Fest

http://www.sonomafilmfest.org


Thu, March 28th

Convivio | Scavenger Hunt - Geyserville

6–8pm.  Tickets: $15 + tax per person
Enjoy some time with friends & soon-to-be friends during a positive & lighthearted evening of adventure.

Convivio events are interactive & have been crafted for both men & women to unite us in friendship whether we are single, married, or somewhere in-between.  To be clear, this is not a matchmaking event, but instead  a way for adult men & women to be united in friendship & good fun. Come with husbands, wives, uncles, aunts & cousins for an anxiety-free, good-time evening.  We believe that if men & women can play together, they will be better able to work together, which we must do to solve the problems of our nation.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville
(707) 857-1471
https://www.francisfordcoppolawinery.com


Thu, March 28th
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Sun, April 21st

Juried Student Exhibit 2019

Opening Reception: 3/28, 4-6pm
Gallery Hours: Tue-Fri, 11am-4pm
Weekends: 12/Noon-4pm.
1801 East Cotati Ave.,
(707) 664-2295
http://www.sonoma.edu/artgallery


Thu, March 28th
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Sun, March 31st

SEBASTOPOL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

March 28-31, 2019
Features 67 films, from 35 countries over 4 days on 8 screens, including the Rialto Cinema.

From over 400 films screened by 28 screeners, lead programmer Jean McGlothlin & team created this years film festival program with careful attention to all submissions.  
http://www.sebastopolfilmfestival.org


Thu, March 28th

Womens History Month Film Series - Healdsburg

10:30am-12/Noon- Janes Journey
.... We travel with her across several continents, from her childhood home in England, to the Gombe National Park in Tanzania where she began her groundbreaking research & where she still returns every year to enjoy the company of the chimpanzees that made her famous.
Healdsburg Regional Library
139 Piper St.,


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, March 28th
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Sun, March 31st

The Wall That Heals -Windsor

A Three-Quarter Scale Traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Consisting of the wall replica & the mobile Education Center.  Open the public day & night throughout the visit.
Wilson Ranch Soccer Field, Windsor
Cross Streets: Mitchell Ln & Cameron Dr.,
(202) 393-0090
http://www.vvmf.org


Thu, March 28th
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Sun, March 31st

The King & Marilyn - 6th Street Playhouse

7:30pm & Mintinee 2pm.
Join us for the first-ever Tribute Concert
Elvis & Marilyn live on stage!
Unique Fundraiser & 2019-20 Season Announcement
Limited engagement

It is believed Elvis & Marilyn met briefly, only once, in their lifetimes leaving fans wondering what could have been...
52 W 6th St, Santa Rosa
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Thu, March 28th
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Thu, March 28th

NEW Heart Connection Group - Sebastopo

1:30-3pm - 2nd & 4th THURSDAYS of the Month.
Join this facilitated group to gain greater personal connection & learn to listen with compassion.  Everyone is welcome.
Facilitated by John Olesen, MA, TEP.
Cost: Free/Members, $5/Non-members.
No reservation necessary.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707)829-2440 x102
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Fri, March 29th
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Sun, April 14th

Heathen Valley - MAINSTAGE, Sebastopol

A Journey into the land God forgot.
Co-directed by Elizabeth & John Craven.
104 North Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
http://www.Mainstagewest.com


Fri, March 29th

Career Connections Fair - Windsor

11:30am-3pm - Windsor High School will have a career connections fair.  Students will get a chance to explore careers & network.
Windsor High School
8695 Windsor Rd.
 


Fri, March 29th

Kip Moore - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - His Top 20 single “Last Shot” is the 2nd taken from his revered 3rd studio album SLOWHEART & follows his 4th No. 1 hit “More Girls Like You.” Catch his acoustic tour for all his latest hits, plus his DOUBLE PLATINUM breakout hit “Somethin Bout A Truck” & more!
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org


Fri, March 29th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Complimentary music featuring "Brian Campbells Jazz Duo" You may know Brian from Campbells Jazz Soup from Marin County.
Wine by Glass: $5.
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St.,


Fri, March 29th

A Fine Line Film Food & Female Heroes

6-9pm - Fine Food & Film Created by Women, in honor of Womens History Month in partnership with MacRostie Winery & Vineyards.
Experience the award winning film, A Fine Line, while honoring MacRosties Winemaker, Heidi Bridenhagen & Healdsburgs 3 Michelin Star Restaurant Single Thread.  Tickets: $70/Per Person.
MacRostie Winery & Vineyards
4605 Westside Rd., Healdsburg
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-fine-line-film-food-female-heroes-in-healdsburg-tickets-56043752372


Sat, March 30th

The Big Event Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

EAT ~ PLAY ~ BID!
The Biggest event of the year & will include Dinner, Silent Auction & Raffle, Casino Entertainment, Dancing & more!
All Benefiting John B. Riebli Elementary School.
Legends 
Bennett Valley Golf Course, Santa Rosa
School Phone: (707) 524-2980
mwusd.org/District/Department/3-John-B-Riebli-Elementary


Sat, March 30th

33rd Annual Sharing of the Green - Rohnert Park

5pm - Dinner, Live & Silent Auctions, Live Music.
Tickets: $75/Per Person.  Formal Attire.
All proceeds benefit the Schools of Cotati & Rohnert Park.
Double Tree Hotel Grand Ball Room
1 Double Tree Dr., Rohnert Park
For Tickets Email Vera:
Verab55@comcast.net


Sat, March 30th

Rail Jam & Over The Hill Classic Giant Slalom Race

8-11am - Registration
11am-1pm - Practice,
1-4pm - Competition
4-4:30pm - Awards Ceremony,
4-8pm - Live Music with Danieller Kelly Soul Project Band.
All Day Free Snowboard Demo by Telos Snowboards.
Located in Northern Ca, just east of Interstate 5 along SR 89 between the city of Mount Shasta & the town of McCloud.
http://www.skipark.com


Sat, March 30th

Getting the Most out of Your Food Garden

Harvest for the Hungry Garden.
Santa Rosa
http://www.harvestgarden.org


Sat, March 30th

Morning on the Farm - Summerfield

9:30-11am.
Sumerfield
Waldorf School & farm
(707) 575-7194 x102
RSVP:
admissions@summerfieldwaldorf.org


Sat, March 30th

Lightroom will change your world!

10-11am -  Keep hearing about how Adobe Lightroom is amazing, but want to know more?  Organize, rate, retouch, crop, print & convert from raw files all in one place?  This overview class will wet your whistle making sure you want to know how to go from “good” photos to “amazing” photos!
You already have the eye, now learn how this software can work for you.  Tickets: $29.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adobe-lightroom-will-change-your-world-tickets-57419343803   


Sat, March 30th

Quaker Tea - Santa Rosa

10am-4pm - Come join our Fundraiser & Celebrate our 35th Anniversary.  Resident created Art, Honorees, informal Speakers, Music & Shopping for Guatemalan goods.  All Tea funds go to funding service projects & the Guatemala Market funds Mayan use scholarships.  The food is Amazing & handmade by our residents!

10:15am-2:30pm - Tea Times
Tickets: $28.50/Per Person Online or
$27/Front Desk.  
Friends House
684 Benicia Dr., Santa Rosa,
(707) 573-4508
https://www.friendshouse.org/quaker-tea-tickets/quaker-tea-4212018-p76t8


Sat, March 30th

Quilt Show - Healdsburg

9am-3pm - 200 quilts will be on display.
Guest Speaker Julie Silber will be presenting from 12-3pm.  Lunch buffet, desserts, beverages & wine tasting from 12-2:30pm are all included.
Suggested donation $5 - benefits Quilt Guilds.
Healdsburg Senior Living Community
725 Grove St., Healdsburg
(707) 687-9533


Sat, March 30th
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Sun, March 31st

Educational Orchid Exposition & Sale - Santa Rosa

3/30, 10am-5pm & 3/31, 10am-4pm.
Benefits the SC Orchid Society.  A weekend full of fun, education & beautiful blooming orchids to admire, photograph & purchase!  Fun for the whole family!

Admission: $8/Door (Look for $1 off coupon in the PD & our advertising postcards),
Free/Kids 12 & under.  Plenty of free parking.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.,
1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa
Advance Tickets: $7/Online:

https://www.eventbrite.com/edit?eid=55770723736


Sat, March 30th

The Art of Dessert - Santa Rosa

5:30pm/Cocktail & Hors douevres Reception on the Marcia & Gary Nelson Family Grand Plaza featuring Silent & Wine Auctions.
7pm/Guests will be treated to a lavish Dinner in the Lytton Rancheria Grand Lobby provided by Pacific Connection Catering & featuring wines from Rodney Strong Vineyards, a performance by the LBC Mariachi Ensemble & a Live Auction featuring unique local experiences and travel packages, including a helicopter ride to a winery, dinner in Starks Steakhouse private cellar, court-side seats at a Warriors game & more.  
8:30pm/Guests indulge in the one-of-a-kind cakes adorning each table.

Desserts will be judged by a panel of local celebrities & will double as artistic table centerpieces & the delectable final course.
Also honoring 2019 Arts Benefactors of the Year Sherry & Pete Swayne.

Proceeds raised benefit LBCs Education & Community Engagement Programs
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 800-7505
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/support-us/other-ways-to-give/art-of-dessert/


Sat, March 30th

Future Firefighters Day - Santa Rosa

10am-3pm - Fire Trucks & Firefighters Playhouse.
Learn about preparing for an emergency situations.
Children are encouraged to dress in firefighter costumes.  Tickets: $12/General, Free/Kids 1 & under.
Childrens Musuem of Sonoma County
1835 W. Steele Ln.,
(7070 546-4069
http://www.cmosc.org


Sat, March 30th

3rd Annual Sonoma County Bunfest - Rohnert Park

11am-3pm - Speakers, Adoptable Bunnies & Fresh Hay, Toys & Treats.  Crafts & Games for Kids.
Rohnert Park Community Center
5401 Snyder Ln.,
http://www.sonomacountybunfest.com


Sat, March 30th

Adobe Lightroom will change your world!

10-11am -  Keep hearing about how Adobe Lightroom is amazing, but want to know more?  Organize, rate, retouch, crop, print & convert from raw files all in one place?  This overview class will wet your whistle making sure you want to know how to go from “good” photos to “amazing” photos!
You already have the eye, now learn how this software can work for you.  Tickets: $29.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233


Sat, March 30th

Crab in the Cave - DEERFIELD Ranch Winery, Kenwood

6:30-9:30pm - Pasta, Green Salad, Wine, Beer, Dessert, Silent & Live Auction.
Tickets: $75/Per Person.
All proceeds benefit local Sonoma Valley Schools & Community projects as well as International Clean Water, Sanitation & Educational Programs.
DEERFIELD Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
http://www.crabinthecave.bpt.me


Sun, March 31st

Durst Case Scenario - Occidental

4pm -  In this lightning-paced, 85-minute comedic tour-de-force, satirist/author/actor Will Durst, celebrates the 2-year anniversary of "Donald Trumps Reign of Error" with a hysterically historical up-dated analysis & rollicking feast of outrage about where we are, how we got here & what may lie ahead. Prepare to meet the funny side of defiance!  Tickets: $19/Advance, $24/Door.
Refreshments available.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sun, March 31st

Shooting with Shutterbug/ Project 52

3-4pm - See your photography improve in 2019!
Ever intended to try a year long photography project, only to fizzle out in March?
This year I am inviting you to join me & to keep me honest. A photo every day is a little overwhelming, so we will be doing a Project 52 version- where you only need to shoot once a week. At the beginning of each month we will post the weekly challenges & then meet at Shutterbug on the last Sunday of the month to share our work & get tips & ideas for the next months challenges.
All levels of photographer welcome.  Join this kind, constructive, collaborative group & see your photography improve in 2019!  Join anytime.  Free.
March
Week 9 Water Drops
Week 10 Shadow
Week 11 Leading Lines
Week 12 Spring
Week 13 Portrait
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011c Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233                   


Sun, March 31st

Beginning Nature Illustration - Occdiental

10am-3pm - Kat will teach how to truly see a natural form & then guide you in how to portray it realistically.  We will work with refining perception & using simple tools, while creating a realistic graphite pencil portrait.  This is a very enjoyable meditation on form & beauty.
Botanical Dimensions Ethnobotany Library
3830 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
Registration:
http://www.botanical-drawing-2019.bpt.me


Sun, March 31st

5th Annual April Foolery - Cotati

5-9pm - A live music extravaganza features Levi Lloyd & Friends & Kevin Russells Rhythm Rangers.
April Foolery supports SoCo Dance Beats free online calendar.
Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati
http://www.socodancebeat.com


Mon, April 1st
thru
Sun, July 14th

6th Street Playhouse School of Drama

Spring & Summer Classes.
6th Street Playhouse
52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Wed, April 3rd
thru
Fri, April 5th

Grassfeed Exchange: Regeneration Rising

The Conference for Regenerative Ranchers & Grassfed Industry Supporters.
Sonoma County Faigrounds, Santa Rosa
http://www.grassfedexchnage.com


Wed, April 3rd
thru
Sat, April 6th

Tale Me Home Vintage & Collectibles Sale - SRJC

10am-3pm - The sale will take place on its location in Bussman Hall at SRJCs Main Campus.  All profits will directly fund the museum as it aims to broaden its multicultural collections & modernize its exhibitions.
 


Wed, April 3rd

Adobe Lightroom - Get Organized! - Shutterbug

4-6pm - How many places do you keep your photos? Do you always know where to find them?
Focus on getting & remaining organized by using Adobe Lightroom.  Learn how to rate your best files, get rid of the terrible ones & create your own workflow to keep track of your digital “to-do” list.  Backup strategies will be discussed & participants will have time to begin organizing their files with support from the instructor.
Tickets: $75 – $325
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233      


Wed, April 3rd

Adobe Lightroom - Get Organized!

4-6pm - How many places do you keep your photos? Do you always know where to find them?
Focus on getting & remaining organized by using Adobe Lightroom.  Learn how to rate your best files, get rid of the terrible ones & create your own workflow to keep track of your digital “to-do” list.  Backup strategies will be discussed & participants will have time to begin organizing their files with support from the instructor.
Tickets: $75 – $325
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adobe-lightroom-get-organized-tickets-57419685826   


Wed, April 3rd

Petaluma Walking Day

11am-2pm - April is Move More Month.
Kick it off with the Petaluma Health Care District & the American Health Association at this FUN event!
Shollenberger Park
1400 Cader Lane,
http://www.volunteernow.org


Thu, April 4th
thru
Thu, June 6th

Sonoma Art Walk

5:30-7:30pm - EVERY 1st THURSDAY of the MONTH.
http://www.sonomartwalk.org


Fri, April 5th
thru
Sun, April 7th

4th stop onf the 2019 "Road to the LPGA" - Windsor

Bringing the Symetra Tour to Windsor Golf Club.
A 144-player field converges on Windsor, CA the first week of April & will compete for a $150,000 purse in a 54-hole stroke play format with a cut to the low 60 players & ties after 36 holes.
This event is #4 of 24 in the season-long Volvik Race for the Card.  At the end of the 2019 Symetra Tour campaign, the top-10 players in the Volvik Race for the Card will earn LPGA Tour membership for 2020.
(707) 837-7079 x39
http://www.windsorgolf.com


Fri, April 5th

Art Events - Corrick's, Santa Rosa

4:30pm.
637 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-2424
http://www.corricks.com


Fri, April 5th

The Return of Babatunde Lea & Friends

7:30pm - Azar Lawrence (tenor sax), Bill Ortiz (trumpet), Gary Brown (bass), Frank Martin (piano) & the charismatic percussionist Babatunde Lea as the musicians show their stuff after playing for students for a week as part of our music education program.
Tickets: $20/Door.  Sales help sustain Healdsburg Jazzs school-based Music Education Programs.
Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave.,
http://www.healdsburgjazz.org


Fri, April 5th
thru
Fri, May 3rd

First Friday Film Series - Schulz Museum

4/5 - Knute Rockne All American,
5/3 - The Getaway.
$5/Admission includes Popcorn & Candy.
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org/film-series


Fri, April 5th

Jimmie JJ Walker - Cloverdale

8pm - Comedy Legend & TV icon.
Tickets: $20.
Railroad Station Bar & Grill
236 S. Cloverdale Blvd.,
(707) 894-4779
 


Sat, April 6th

Festival of Holi Celebration - Rohnert Park

11:30am-3pm - Come celebrate Holi with your North Bay community.
NBIAA will provide non-toxic & biodegradable colors.  2 packets per paid ticket and 1 packet per free ticket.
Food will be available for purchase.
Rohnert Park Community Center
5401 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(785) 317-4529
 


Sat, April 6th

Battle of the Brews - Santa Rosa

The Sonoma County Fairgrounds, will celebrate all things craft beer at the biggest beer event Sonoma Countys ever seen!  Brought to you by the group that has hosted Battle of the Brews since 1996, the Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
https://battleofthebrews.com


Sat, April 6th

Science,Technology, Engineering & Math - SRJC

8:30am-2pm - Motivating Young Women in Science & Math.  Hands-on Workshops led by STEM Women for 7th & 8th Grade Girls.
Santa Rosa Jr. College
http://www.eyh.soco.org


Sat, April 6th

Pick of the Vine - Santa Rosa

A Benefit for Senior Advocacy Services.
Guests are invited to savor Tastings from over 30 Wineries, Craft Breweries & indulge in Local Culinary Bites. 
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
http://www.pickofthevine.org


Sat, April 6th

3-Hour Basic DSLR - Shutterbug

9:30-12:30pm - Learn all the features of your DSLR, or mirrorless camera.  We will explain creative scene modes & how they can change your photography.  We will cover aperture & shutter speed control.  Learn how to correct for back lighting or use it to your advantage.  We will discuss file sizes, menu functions, lenses, flash, white balance & camera handling.  Tickets: $69.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011c Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233 


Sat, April 6th

The Art of Macro Photography - Shutterbug

1:30-4:30pm - Learn how to develop your own vision for macro photography & how to incorporate different types of light & composition into your macro work.  We will cover the technical details & basics of creating stunning macro photographs. Discuss the different gear & techniques, you will need to capture extreme detail in everything from flowers to insects to jewelry.  Tickets: $69.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-art-of-macro-photography-tickets-57420586520                    
 


Sat, April 6th

Trashion Fashion Show - Sonoma

1pm & 4pm.
Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall
http://www.trashionfashionsonoma.org


Sat, April 6th

Plant Sale - Petaluma

9am-2pm - Choose from a great selection of organic vegetables, perennials, succulents & drought tolerant plants all grown & nurtured with the expert skills of our members.  We will also have an area of garden related items (pots, tools garden decor).  Profits support Petaluma School Education programs.
Hosted by the Petaluma Garden Club.
1939 Castle Dr., Petaluma


Sat, April 6th

Cruisin' with PALS - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-5pm - Lunch served till 2pm - Gourmet Burgers, French Fries, Root Beer Floats.
Kissing Booth, Classic Cars o display, Photo Booth, Raffle, Trivia Contest.
2pm/Auction Opens,
2:30pm/Cake Walk,
3pm/Swing Dancers,
4pm/Guest Speakers.
Tickdets: $35/Per Person.
Rincon Valley Middle School
4650 Badger Rd., Santa Rosa
http://www.pawsaslovingsupport.org


Sat, April 6th

Graton Area Disaster Preparedness Fair

10am-2pm - Free Admission - Bring a Neighbor.
Prizes, Games, Fun for the everyone, First Aid 7 Emergency Kits for purchase.
Graton fire Dept
3750 Gravenstein Hwy., N.
(707) 823-8400
http://www.gratonfire.com/disaster


Sun, April 7th

J.S. Bach - The 6 Sonatas & Partitas - Healdsburg

5pm - Selected movements performed with commentary by violinist, Gary McLaughlin.
Proceeds benefit St. Pauls homeless ministries.
St Pauls Episcopal Church
209 Matheson St.,
(707) 433-2107
https://www.stpauls-healdsburg.org


Sun, April 7th
thru
Sun, July 7th

Global Ethnobotany with a Local Focus

A 4-part series, 1-Sunday a month from April-July 2019.  Learn plant & mushroom knowledge from around the globe, as well as the traditions of indigenous people of this Northern CA region.
Covering basic botany, the fungi, herbalism, deep history of food plants, TEK (Traditional Ecological Knowledge), nature mythology, visionary species, shamanic traditions, and ways to experience the world through an alive, nature-based worldview.  
Botanical Dimensions Ethnobotany Library
3830 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
Registration:
http://www.global-ethnobotany-2019.bpt.me


Tue, April 9th

Birds of the Laguna de Santa Rosa Presentation

6-8:30pm -  by Denise Cadman
Pre-Registration Required.
These winged friends provide natural insect control. Birds are indicators of environmental health & are found nearly everywhere in the world. They capture our imaginations, stimulate innovation & provide respite from the demands of our lives.  And.....birds...fly. Their arrivals & departures mark changing seasons.
$14 (non-refundable).
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277 x100
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


Wed, April 10th

Adobe Lightroom - Make your photos pop!

4-6pm - Take your photographs from blah to beautiful by helping the viewer see what you saw in the moment you captured the image.
Camera sensors do not capture everything perfectly exposed, but with the help of the Develop Module of Lightroom, you will be able to bring out details you did not know were there!  We will discuss & practice using presets & making our own. Learn how to crop, export files from raw to jpg & make a watermark.  Participants are encouraged to bring a few files that they would like to retouch to get guided practice during class.
Tickets: $75.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233   


Thu, April 11th

Side by Side with Wild Neighbors - Santa Rosa

7-8:30pm - Pre-Registration Required.
The Living with Mountain Lions Project Presentation by Audubon Canyon Ranch Wildlife Ecologist, Dr. Quinton Martins.

A research & education project of Audubon Canyon Ranch in Sonoma & Napa Counties that is increasing scientific & public understanding of mountain lions.  Recently, the scope of the project expanded, through the help of land owners, with the capture and GPS-collaring of mountain lion P14 in the West County area of Sonoma County. Dr. Martins will share some of the Projects research findings, answer your questions, & address fears some of you may have about how we can co-exist with this ecologically significant species.
$14 (non-refundable).
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277 x100
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


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/


Thu, April 11th

April TED Talks - Sebastopol

2pm - Join Dr. Jon Jackson as we stream a 15-minute TED Talk & have a facilitated discussion after.
TED Speaker: Carthyn Couch will be joining us!
Cost: Free/Members; $5/Day-Use for Non-Members.
No reservation necessary.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440 x102
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Fri, April 12th

3rd Annual We the Future Social Justice Conference

Presented by The SRJC & North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP).
The conference brings together hundreds of students, activists & community members & is FREE & OPEN TO ALL.

Theme: “Migration—Movement of the People.” In the broadest sense, this theme honors the propensity for living beings to move: human groups, animal populations, seeds & plants. In an era of heightened xenophobia, we also seek to raise awareness about the injustices causing migration & movement building in recent history: political instability & corruption; labor exploitation & “economic restructuring” for the benefit of elites; xenophobia, racism & ethnic bigotry; state, paramilitary & gang violence & environmental catastrophes caused by extractive industries.
 
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Victor Rios, an immigrant himself who is a leading critic of the U.S. school-to-prison pipeline.
SRJC Petaluma Campus
http://www.wethefuture.santarosa.edu


Fri, April 12th

Family Expo & Camp Fair - Coddingtown

4-7pm - Free & Open to all - FUN for the whole Family!
Coddingtown Mall


Fri, April 12th

Buddy Guy - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Buddy Guy has received 7 Grammys, a 2015 Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award, 34 Blues Music Awards (the most any artist has received) & more!
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org


Fri, April 12th
thru
Fri, June 14th

2nd FRIDAYS - Sebastopol

2:30pm - Join us on 2nd Fridays of the month (March-June) to hear invigorating & inspirational talks from local people.
Cost: $5/Members, FREE/Non-members. =

Topic: Horror, Tragedy & Survival: remembering the Holocaust with Gloria Taust Glickman, 2nd Generation Holocaust Survivor.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
RSVP: (707) 829-2440 x102
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Fri, April 12th

Book Party for Local Author Michael Levitin

7pm - His debut novel, Disposable Man.
Admission is free, but all donations are gratefully accepted.  Book party includes selected readings by the Author, Q&A, book sales & signing.  Refreshments, Wine & Beer will be on sale.
Occidental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Ct.,
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.com


Sat, April 13th

The IPA 10k & Beer Mile Invitational - Sebastopol

7:50am-1pm - This fun event celebrates the Nor-Cal craft brew scene with a festive & scenic 10k race.  Post-race is a music filled Beer festival & the Beer Mile Invitational.

Run the 10k or just attend the Beerfest! 
Festival tickets available the month prior to event.  This scenic 6.2 mile loop course started & finishes in the center of The Barlow, an artisan marketplace located in downtown Sebastopol, CA. Set in the heart of Northern Californias renowned beer country the course takes runners out on country roads past farms, vineyards & open space fields & then brings runners back into town on the paved West County & Rodota Trails for a picturesque finish on McKinley St. in The Barlow.
https://www.ipa10k.com/index.php


Sat, April 13th

Join the Fiesta Fundraiser - Healdsburg

6-11pm - We will be featuring a delicious Dinner catered by Ken Rochioli, a Live & Silent Auction, a Club Performance & a Raffle!
Benefiting to support Healdsburg & Guerneville Clubs.  Tickets: $100/Per Person.
The Villa Chanticleer
900 Chanticleer Way, Healdsburg
(707) 528-7977
https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eg0bi3js721c3be3&oseq=&c=&ch=


Sat, April 13th

Giant Steps 3rd Farm to sTable Dinner

5:30-9:30pm - Highlighting locally-sourced Food & Wines from the Sonoma & Napa Valleys.
Having once again partnered with Stellar Catering, a collaboration between renowned chefs Bruce Reizenman of Park Avenue Catering & Ari Weiswasser, the Executive Chef at Glen Ellen Star.  Black Stallion will be pouring a selection of their stunning wines, and the evening features fabulous Silent & Live Auctions.
Black Stallion Winery
4089 Silverado Trail, Napa
http://www.giantstepsriding.org/upcoming-events


Sat, April 13th

Earth Day - Quarryhill Botaniacal Garden

11am-3pm - Fun & Activities for the Entire Family!
Free Admission.
12841 Hwy. 12, Glen Ellen
(707) 996-3166
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/page177.html


Sat, April 13th

Bike Swap Meet - Santa Rosa

8:30am-1pm - Join the Sonoma County Bike Coalition at this free community outreach event!
Free to attend.  Meet fellow cyclists & shop.
There will be bargains!
HELD AT SANTA ROSA ORIGINAL FARMERS MARKET
in the Parking Lot of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.
(707) 545-0153
http://www.bikesonoma.org/events/bike-swap-meet


Sat, April 13th
thru
Sun, April 14th

Apple Blossom Festival & Parade - Sebastopol

10am - Parade on Saturday, 4/13, followed by Live Music, Food, Crafts, Childrens Games, Art Show, Wine & more!  The fun carries on Sunday, 4/14, (10am-6pm) with the Festival & the Blues Music Explosion, featuring Headliner Joe Louis Walker & Bands from nearby & around the country.
Visit the Art Show & Reception next door in the Sebastopol Center for the Arts. 
Admission: $10/Adults, $8/Seniors, Students 10-17, 
FREE/Kids 10 & under.
Ives Park & Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., Sebastopol
(707)  823-3032
https://www.appleblossomfest.com


Sat, April 13th

It Only Hurts When I DON'T Laugh - Santa Rosa

6:45pm - VIP Giggler Reception,
7:30pm - Comedy Show,
9:15pm - Desserts & Coffee Bar.
Tickets: $25/General Admission, $100/Includes the Reception.
The Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Ave.,
(707) 528-4222
http://www.jccsoco.org


Sat, April 13th

Reclaiming Richardson Pond - Windsor

10am-2pm - Help us emove invasive Scarlet Wisteria.  Help us reduce the impact of these plants on our watershed & restore salmon habitat.

Bring:  Reusable water bottle, closed toed shoes, sunblcok, family & friends.
We Provide:  Water, Snacks, Gloves, Coffee & Tools.
9494 Eastside Rd, Windsor
PLEASE CARPOOL if you can.  There will be signs directing Volunteers towards Parking.
(828) 783-8383


Sat, April 13th
thru
Sun, April 14th

Fazioli & Friends - Santa Rosa

2-4pm - Presented by the Santa Rosa Symphony League & FACE 2 FACE.
 
The Fazioli is a 10 foot grand piano, a precious instrument, perhaps one of its kind in Sonoma County.  The Friends are Ken Piters, Piano; Roy Zajac, Principal Clarinet, SR Symphony; & Members of Scattered Winds, a woodwind ensemble.
 
Together they will make beautiful music in the concert-like great room of a Calistoga home, performing the sonata for clarinet & piano by Francis Poulenc, the Quintet in E-flat Major Major for piano & winds, K4522 by Mozart & a piece to be announced.

Refreshments & wine will be served.
Tickets: $50.  Proceeds will be shared by The SR Symphony League in support of music education for youngsters in Sonoma County & FACE 2 FACE whose mission is to end HIV in Sonoma County while supporting the health & wellbeing of people living with HIV/AIDS.
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4072138.
(707) 579-4094


Sat, April 13th

7th Annual Spring Boutique - Healdsburg

10am-4pm -  Free Admission.  Choose from 20 Local Vendors.
One Stop SHOPPING!
All proceeds to benefit the AFSP Samta Rosa Community Walk.
Krug Event Center
Dry Creek Inn/Best Western
198 Dry Creek Rd., Healdsburg


Sun, April 14th
thru
Fri, April 26th

Music of Life, Love & Laughter - 2 Locations

April 14, 3pm
Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa

 

April 25, 7pm
April 26, 7pm
Healdsburg Community Churh
1100 University, Healdsburg

 

Tickets: $15/Adults, $5/Students/Children.
http://www.healdsburgchorus.com


Mon, April 15th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm -Airplane (1980)
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


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


Wed, April 17th

Adobe Lightroom - Advanced Retouching

4-6pm - Learn how to use the isolated adjustments tools in Lightroom.  Learn how to use brushes & filters to selectively edit just parts of your images, as well as retouching techniques.
Remove unsightly blemishes or other items with just a few clicks.  Practice combining images to make HDR images & learn other tips & tricks to deepen your understanding of image retouching. Participants should bring a few files that they would like to retouch to get guided practice during class.
Tickets: $75.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233 


Thu, April 18th
thru
Thu, May 16th

Whats in Bloom Walks - Quarryhill Botanical Garden

10am - Director Bill McNamara, will be leading the Walks this spring on the 3rd Thursday of the month - April (4/18) & May (5/16).

Garden Admission Fees Apply: $12/Adults, $10/Seniors), FREE/Members.  No advance reservation is required.
12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen
(707) 996-3166
http://www.quarryhillbg.org


Fri, April 19th
thru
Sun, May 5th

Jesus Christ Superstar - Maria Carrillo H.S.

Presented by the SRJC Theatre Arts Department.
Show Dates:
April 19, 20, 25, 26, 27,
May 2, 3, 4 at 7:30pm.
April 21, 27, 28, May 4, 5 at 1:30pm.
Parking is FREE.
Tickets available: SRJCs Theatre Box Office at (707) 527-4307.  Please note, the Box Office has moved, to the east side of Haehl Pavilion
Maria Carrillo High Schools Theatre
6975 Montecito Blvd., Santa Rosa
Tickets Online:
https://theatrearts.santarosa.edu/buy-tickets-online-0


Fri, April 19th
thru
Sun, April 21st

Gem Faire - Santa Rosa

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 manufacturer’s 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


Fri, April 19th

Speaking of Death - Sebastopol

2:30-4pm - Join us in an informal gathering where we drink tea, enjoy snacks & talk about living, death & dying. Facilitated by Tess Lorraine.
Cost: Free/Members, $5/Non-members.
No reservation necessary.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440 x102
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Fri, April 19th
thru
Sun, April 21st

Santa Rosa Gem Faire

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 manufacturer’s 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

Location: Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Website: http://www.gemfaire.com

Phone: 503-252-8300


Sat, April 20th

Game On Garage - Epicenter

1pm - Fortnite Gaming Tournament
$10/Per Person $20/Per Team
You will be able to play on XBOXs or PS4s.
You may bring your own keyboard, mouses & controllers with USB hookup

Double Elimination, win your way back in in the losers bracket.
Duos
2 rounds
Tie Breaker – play 1 round
Kills after death do NOT count

Tiered payouts per team
1-15 Teams winner take all
16-30 80%, 20%
31+  70%, 20%, 10%
https://visitepicenter.com/fortnite/


Sat, April 20th
thru
Sat, April 20th

Tapestry Workshop - Landmark Vineyards

4-8:30pm - Keyaira Terry is a modern tapestry Weaver & Instructor based out of Sonoma County.
Hands on training in tapestry weaving while enjoying the beautiful property & a glass of Landmark Vineyards wine.  Bring food or you can choose from Landmark Vineyards Picnic Program!

Landmark Vineyards
101 Adobe Canyon Rd. Kenwood

(707) 833-0053

https://www.cellarpass.com/tapestry-workshop-with-wine-at-landmark-vineyards-tickets-4565?w=1
 


Sat, April 20th
thru
Sat, June 15th

Botanical Illustration with artist, Paetra Taucher

10am-3pm - Saturdays, 4/20, 5/11, 6/15.
Classes caan be taken individually or purchased as a series.  Paetra is teaching a drawing series at the Ethnobotany Library, this time using colored pencils & pan pastels.  Each class features botanical subjects selected from the beauty & bounty of spring & summer in Sonoma County.
Botanical Dimensions Ethnobotany Library
3830 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
Registration:
http://www.spring-illustration-2019.bpt.me


Sat, April 20th

Tapestry Workshop - Landmark Vineyards

4-8:30pm -  Keyaira Terry is a modern Tapestry Weaver & Instructor based out of Sonoma County
Hands on training in tapestry weaving while enjoying the beautiful property & a glass of Landmark Vineyards wine.  Recommended to bring food or you can choose from Landmark Vineyard's picnic program!

Landmark Vineyards
101 Adobe Canyon Rd. Kenwood
(707) 833-0053

https://www.cellarpass.com/tapestry-workshop-with-wine-at-landmark-vineyards-tickets-4565?w=1


Sat, April 20th

The Spouse Whisperer - San Rafael

5pm & 8pm - With award-winning comedian Mark Cordes as he delivers his critically acclaimed 1-man show.

Take a comedic Journey through "love at first sight" "til death do us part" & all of the funny stuff in between.  Enjoy a hilarious peek into the real world of relationships, a decidedly positive view of (sweet togetherness).  Whether you are searching or already with that hunk-of-burning-love - do not miss this show!
Showcase Theater, San Rafael
(415) 473-4381
http://www.marincenter.org


Wed, April 24th

Adobe Lightroom - Show off your art! - Shutterbug

4-6pm - We will practice making a slideshow & do a bit of exploration of the print, web, map & book modules as well.  This session will allow participants plenty of time to practice all skills we have learned along the way, with support from the instructor.  All your questions will be answered right then & there!  Tickets: $75.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233   


Thu, April 25th

50th Anniversary Open House - Sebatopol

5-7pm - Join us for a fun evening of light refreshments & music.  Find out more about your Senior Center, ask questions, meet instructors & more!  Cost: Free & open to the community.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
RSVP kindly Requested, (707) 829-2440
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Thu, April 25th

Gun Violence Prevention Community Forum

7-8:30pm - Keynote Speaker: Congressman Mike Thompson & a panel focused on the impact of gun violence in Sonoma County, including pending legislation. Presentations & Q&A.
Congregation Shomerei Torah
2600 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 578-5519
http://www.cstsr.org


Thu, April 25th

Women Talk BIZ - Rohnert Park

8am-4pm - The Must-Attend Event of the Year for WOMEN Business Owners & Entrepreneurs!
Covering all bases for business owners.
Graton Casino Ballroom
http://www.womentalkbiz.net


Fri, April 26th
thru
Fri, April 26th

St Petersburg Men's Ensemble Concert

7pm - With their selection of traditional Russian Sacred & Folk songs, the St. Petersburg Men's Ensemble will WOW you. This is a can't miss concert because they only in Sonoma County once a year. The concert is free. Donation of $20 is graciously accepted.

939 B St, Petaluma
http://www.petalumafirst.com

 

 

 

Location: 939 B St, Petaluma, CA 94952

Website: www.petalumafirst.com

Phone: 707 2356397


Fri, April 26th

24th Annual Polenta Feed - Santa Rosa

5:30pm/Social, 7pm/Dinner.
21+ Please.  50/50 Raffle, Large Raffle & Live Auction.
Tickets: $35/Per Person.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg
(707) 571-7747
http://www.srhsf.org


Fri, April 26th

Tailwags & Handbags Fundraiser - Sonoma

11:30am-2pm - Luncheon event features a handbag auction of both women & men purses.
Tickets: $95/Per Person.
Buena Vista Winery
18000 Old Winery Rd.,
(707) 996-4577
http://www.petslifeline.org


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sat, July 13th

Nature Walk Series - Quarryhill, Gken Ellen

10am-Noon - 4/27, 6/8 & 7/13.
Led by Quarryhill Docent Kathleen Aspenns.
The sequence of walks has been carefully scheduled so participants can experience rare wild plants in full bloom.  Fee: $15/Members, $20/Non-Members.
(707) 996-3166
12841 Highway 12, Glen Ellen
ADVANCE REGISTRATION:
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/page174.html


Sat, April 27th

1st Edible Hat Contest - Petaluma

10am - just before the Butter & Eggs Days Parade.
To give us all an excuse to wear edible hats, obviously.

2 categories: Best Adults Hat & Best Childs Hat.
The 2 Winners will get something super fabulous & have the honor of riding on our Float in the Parade.
A decorated hat must be at least 75% (by volume) edible (by humans) & be able to retain its shape for at least 5 hours after the judging.
To be eligible for the Childs Hat contest, the wearer must be 12 or younger.
Cavanaugh Center
Corner of 8th & G, Petaluma
http://ediblehatters.org


Sat, April 27th

10th Annual Earth Day - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-4pm - A Zero Waste Event, Eco-Friendly Workshops, Unique Arts/Crafts, Fresh Local Food & Drink, Activities for all ages, Free Valet Bicycle Parking & a showcase of Santa Rosas Performing Arts Scene.
http://www.srcity.org/earthday


Sat, April 27th

Senior Expo of Snata Rosa

9am-12pm - Join us for a day of Health & Wellness.  Explore 80+ interesting & informational exhibitors &  learn about travel opportunities, benefit opportunities, recreation, fitness programs & more!
Person Senior Wing
2060 West College, Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3730
https://srcity.org/2173/Senior-Expo


Sat, April 27th

Big Brush Watercolor Painting Workshop

9:30am-3pm - with Donna DeLaBriandais
Fee: $90. Pre-registration required.
Learn techniques of capturing the essence of what you see "en plein air" on watercolor paper using a painterly approach.
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277 x100
http://www.lagunafoundation.org
 


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sun, April 28th

Passport to Dry Creek Valley

11am-4:30pm - 40+ participating Wineries.
Guests will enjoy elaborate themed parties with Food & Wine Pairings.  Meet renowned Chefs, savoring their inspired culinary creations alongside newly released & limited edition wines.  Sweet treats at Pop-Up Parties by local favorite Amys Wicked Slush.  Take part in grape to glass experiences in the vineyards & choose from a limited series of intimate winemaker & vineyard lunches.

 

Friday-night, Vintage Soiree, the Pre-Passport, 30th Anniversary celebration, features the regions top-rated wines & Michelin-starred cuisine.
Held at the new Ranch at Lake Sonoma with sweeping views of the Lake & breathtaking Sunset views.

Cost: $50–$150
Various Winery Locations
Dry Creek Valley, Cloverdale, Geyserville &  Healdsburg
(707) 433-3031
https://www.drycreekvalley.org


Sat, April 27th

A FUNdraiser - Wishing Upon a Star - Santa Rosa

3pm - A Disney Cavalcade.
Presented by Symphonic Chorus.
Church of the Roses
Patio Court & Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-4999 x9228
http://www.santarosasymphonicchorus.com


Sat, April 27th

Celebrate Youth - Santa Rosa

9am-12/Noon - Free Family Fun Day!
Children ages 6–12 will receive a “Celebrate Youth” Activity Passport with special entry into fun activities with the chance of winning prizes!
Enjoy Bounce House, Food, Face Painting, Crafts, Relay Race, Vendors & Music.

Event helps support the Center for Well-Beings iDo26.2 Program, a walking/running program designed to encourage regular physical activity, improve academics & reduce childhood obesity in Sonoma County.
Julliard Park
(707) 575-6043
http://www.norcalwellbeing.org


Sat, April 27th

Russian River Food & Wine Spring Fling

Featuring the BEST in Food & Wine with small bites  & wine tastings from Russian River & Green Valley Wineries & Restaurants.
(707) 869-9000
http://wwwrussianriver.com


Sat, April 27th

Poker Tournament Fundraiser for Montgomery HS - Sa

4:30pm - Help raise funds for new Equipment & Uniforms.  $125/Buy in.
Cardinal Newman High School
50 Ursuline Rd, Santa Rosa
 (707) 322-5132
 


Sat, April 27th

The Greatest Show in Town - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - The Not Forgotten Ball.
Presented by Crossing the Jordan
DeTurk Round Barn
819 Donahue St.,
(707) 588-9388
http://www.crossingthejordan.org


Sun, April 28th

Marin County Half Marathon

5K & 10K.
http://www.marinmarathon.com


Sun, April 28th

Getting to the know the Wetland Birds

8:30am-1pm - Bird Walk with Lisa Hug
$55 (non-refundable). Pre-registration Required.

Home to an incredible diversity of waterfowl, birds of prey & songbirds.  These birds & their life histories vary almost as much as the landscape itself -from the nearly four-foot tall Great Blue Heron wading in a pond to the tiny Common Yellowthroat hiding in the cattails.
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277 x100
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


Sun, April 28th

SRJC DAY UNDER THE OAKS

10am-4pm - FREE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT & EDUCATION IN OPEN HOUSE FAIR.
A great opportunity for the entire community to reconnect with SRJCs many offerings.  Children will be introduced to the excitement of higher education, adults can learn about new & compelling career paths & all can explore the many academic, cultural & student life offerings.  Parking & admission are free; no pets are allowed.

Booths will offer food, hands-on activities, displays, demonstrations, shows & fun for the whole family.     
1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa.
https://duo.santarosa.edu


Sun, April 28th

Bobby Bare - Sebastopol

5pm/Doors Open, 6pm/Show.
One of the smallest venues you will get to experience this Country Music Hall of Famer!
230 Petaluma Ave.,
https://www.hopmonk.com/sebastopol


Wed, May 1st

Adobe Lightroom - Untether, work anywhere

4-6pm - So you have Lightroom Classic CC; you know it can sync to the cloud & then to your mobile device, right?  This session will help you figure out that conduit. You will be able to sort & edit files while waiting for your car to be washed, or outside in your hammock. We will practice syncing collections & then do the same things we have been doing on the desktop version of LR on our iPhones & iPads!  Bring your laptop & a mobile device for the best hands-on experience during this session.
Tickets: $75.
Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/shutterbug-camera-14962327233  


Thu, May 2nd

Healdsburg Jazz Gala

6-10pm - Annual FUNdraiser
The evening will include complimentary valet parking, a cocktail reception, seated dinner, live auction, buy-in event (Seat at the Table), raffle & 3 jazz performances. Premium seating is available.

Our signature fundraiser provides critical funding that directly supports Healdsburg Jazz music education programs & annual festival & is our most important fundraising event of the year!
Mayacama Golf Club
1240 Mayacama Club Dr., Santa Rosa
https://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org/healdsburg-jazz-gala-may-2/

 


Fri, May 3rd
thru
Sun, May 5th

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival

Stimulating the minds & nurturing the souls of readers!
The Lodge at Sonoma
http://www.svauthorsfest.org


Fri, May 3rd

High Heels for Hope - Santa Rosa

6:30-10pm - An evening of Glamour & FUN where the Women put on their BEST Heels, Dine on Wine Country Appetizers, Enjoy Sonoma County Wines, while Dancing the night away!  Live & Silent Auction.
MEN, you do not want to miss this Event!
Tickets: $75/Per Person.
Emcee: Heather Holmes, KTVU Channel 2 News Anchor,
Music: DJ Willie G.

John Ash & Co/Vintners Inn Event Center
4350 Barnes Rd., Santa Rosa
https://squareup.com/store/high-heels-for-hope


Sat, May 4th

Derby After Dark - Santa Rosa

5pm - An elegant evening affair with Champagne & Oysters, Martinis & Gaming, Dinner & Dancing, Raffle & Live Auction.  Come dressed in your best Derby Attire, Hats optional.
Grace Pavilion
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
https://councilonaging.ejoinme.org/DerbyAfterDark2019


Sat, May 4th

Cloverdale Fiddle Festival

9am-6pm - Featuring a rousing fiddle contest plus bluegrass & old time music performances on a separate stage.  A family friendly event with jam sessions & workshops.
Cloverdale Old Time Fiddle Festival
1 Citrus Fair Dr.,
(70)7-894-2067


Sat, May 4th

Human Race - Santa Rosa

8am - Race Begins at:
Herbert Slater Middle School
3500 Sonoma Ave., Santa Rosa
This years Human Race Theme, Star Wars - "May the 4th be with you."
https://www.volunteernow.org


Sat, May 4th
thru
Sun, May 5th

Sonoma County Art Festival - Montgomery Village

11am-4pm - All Arts, 2-day festival features a Juried Art Show & Cinco de Mayo party that celebrates the beauty of Sonoma Countys vibrant Latino culture.  The art show is jured by Art Professor Lewis Bangham, Academy of Art U of SF.  

May 4, Live Music by Allyson Paige & Friends with special guests Annie Sampson, Lisa Kindred & Loralee Christensen.  
May 5, Live Music by Ruckatan Tribe for Cinco de Mayo.  Fance performances, Magic & Activities for kids of all ages.  All Beverage Sales benefit Becoming Independent.
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 328-8094
Sonoma County Art Festival - Montgomery Village
http://Sonoma County Art Festival - Montgomery Village


Sat, May 4th

Murder Mystery Party

6pm - Hosted by The Farm Bureau Foundation of Sonoma County.
Gather with friends from across Sonoma County for a BBQ Dinner & a Speakeasy themed Murder Mystery Dinner produced by Get a Clue Productions to benefit The Farm Bureau Foundation of Sonoma County.  Tickets: $150/Per Person.
Larry Peters Spring  Hill Estate
(707) 544-5575
http://www.sonomafb.org/events/


Sun, May 5th

Sonoma 4-H Open House & 58th Annual Chicken BBQ

11:30am-4:30pm - FUN for the whole FAMILY!
Tickets $13
Chickenque is an open house to introduce the 4-H program to members of our community, as well as a fundraiser for the Sonoma County 4-H.
For 58 years, 4-H members and their families from all over the county have come together, rain or shine, to host the largest single day chicken BBQ west of the Mississippi!  Our 4-H Clubs host interactive booths featuring the many projects their members are involved with.  
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
http://cesonoma.ucanr.edu/4H/Events/ChickenQue/


Tue, May 7th

Willie Nelson & Family - LBC

8pm - With a 6-decade career & 200 plus albums, this iconic Texan is the creative genius behind the historic recordings of Crazy, Red Headed Stranger & Stardust.  Tickets: $173, $123, $103.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd,  
https://tickets.lutherburbankcenter.org/single/SYOS.aspx?p=3575


Sat, May 11th

Music for Schools, Instrument Drive

11am-4pm - The program maintains the North Bays only instrument lending library – placing instruments & resource materials into the hands of students who otherwise could not afford to learn to play music. Largely made up of instruments donated by the community, the library consists of approximately 450 instruments of all kinds & resource items, ranging from trumpets, flutes,  violins, guitars, drums, trombones, clarinets & even 3 baby grand pianos!
Enjoy wonderful music performed by local schools & give an unused instrument collecting dust in your home, a chance to be played by a student in need.
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Thu, May 16th

William Shatner Live - San Rafael

7:30pm -  He will be sharing fascinating & humorous stories from portraying the original Captain Kirk in the “Star Trek” tv series & movies & from his career spanning over 50 years as an award-winning actor, producer, director & writer. Fans will also have a chance to ask Mr. Shatner questions during the Q&A.
Following a Screening of Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan.  Tickets start at: $39.75 (plus applicable fees).
(415) 473-6800
http://www.tickets.marincenter.org


Sat, May 18th

Hessel Guild Plant Sale & Craft Fair - Sebastopol

8am-3pm - Vegetable Starts, Bake Sale, Crafts & Flowers.
5400 Blank Rd., Sebstopol


Sat, May 18th

Lights, Camera, Auctgion 2019

4pm - Back to the 80s.
Tickets: $100/Per Person
Benefitting Kenwood Education Foundation.
Hanna Boys Center
17000 Arnold Dr.
RSVP:
kef.schoolauction.net/keflca2019


Sat, May 18th

Kids to Parks Day Scavenger Hunt

11am-3pm - A nationwide day of outdoor exploration & play, organized by the National Parks Trust. Celebrate locally with us at Howarth Park!
Take a self-directed Scavenger Hunt through the park to reveal the location of the secret prize, enjoy treats & activities along the way!
Event is FREE!

All ages are welcome to participate, but the Scavenger Hunt was created with the intention of being age-appropriate for kids ages 6-12.
Younger children will need extra adult help with the scavenger hunt.
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd.
https://srcity.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=640&month=5&year=2019&day=26&calType=0


Sat, May 18th

Big Botanical Beings - Occidental

10am-4pm - The Roles of Ayahuasca, Peyote & Magic Mushrooms.  Join this informative & speculative workshop with ethnobotanist Kathleen Harrison.
We will consider the roles in indigenous history, contemporary culture & consciousness of these BIG BOTANICAL BEINGS: Magic Mushrooms, Peyote & Ayahuasca.  We look at them as beings who are playing a role in our collective story.
Botanical Dimensions Ethnobotany Library
3830 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
Registration:
http://www.botanical-beings-2019.bpt.me


Sat, May 18th

HEALTHCARE AFFAIR - Geyserville

4pm - AN EVENING OF FUN PHILANTHROPY
(formerly Wine Women & Shoes).

Guests will be treated to Moroccan-themed wine & food pairings featuring SC Wines & Food from local chefs. The silent auction features intimate & exclusive experiences.  The live auction packages will showcase extraordinary trips & vacations.
Proceeds go directly towards creating a healthier community in northern Sonoma County.
Tickets: $250/Individual, $2,500/Reserved tables of 10, $7,500/VIP tables provide a luxe experience that offers special stage-front seating for 10 people, exclusive gourmet dinner, premium wines & a personal attendant dedicated to table guests. The Raffle (formerly “Key to the Closet”) provides a chance to win fantastic items with a value: $25,000+.  Raffle tickets: $100/Advance & winner does not need to be present to win.
Clu du Bois
19410 Geyserville Ave,
(707) 473-0583
http://www.healthcarefoundation.net


Sat, May 18th

Paula Pounstone - LBC

8pm - A regular panelist on NPRs #1 show Wait, Wait...Dont Tell Me, star of several HBO specials & recognized on Comedy Centrals list of The 100 Best Standup Comics of All Time.  With smart, observational humor & a legendary spontaneous interaction with the crowd, Paula Poundstone is one of our countrys pre-eminent comedians.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org  


Sat, May 18th
thru
Sun, May 19th

WASCO Art Show & Sale - Montgomery Village

10am-4pm.
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, May 18th

125th Annual Luther Burbank Rose Parade

9am-2:30pm - A time-honored tradition in Sonoma County!  Award-winning floats, marching groups, non-profit organizations & school bands will fill the streets with themed entries.
After the parade, the fun continues with a festival in Downtown Santa Rosa.  Enjoy family fun activities, music & a variety of food booths.
Downtown Santa Rosa
90 Santa Rosa Ave.,
(707) 523-3728
https://www.roseparadefestival.com/


Mon, May 20th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm - Amelie (2001).
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Thu, May 23rd

Pick-a-Purse Party - Montgomery Village

5:30pm - Montgomery Village is literally, rolling out the red carpet for the Pick a Purse Party this year.  You & one of your closest friends will be our guest as we open the gates & start handing out purses at 6pm.  The Montgomery Village Events Team has talked to many of their different restaurants, stores & shops in the Village & the purses will be filled with lots & lots goodies!

So good luck on winning your invitation, tune it to KZST at 8:10am every morning for all the details, updates & contest times.
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 284-1000
http://www.mvshops.com


Fri, May 24th
thru
Mon, May 27th

Memorial Weekend Sale - Montgomery Village

4-Day Sale
911 Village Ct., Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, May 25th

Veterans Appreciation Day - Montgomery Village

11am-3pm
911 Village Ct., Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Thu, May 30th

Pride & Joy - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Concerts under the stars!
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, June 1st
thru
Sat, June 29th

Summer Kids Camp - Safgari West

9am-1pm - Week Session - Monday-Friday.
For Children ages 9-12.
Safari West
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa
(800) 616-2695
https://www.safariwest.com


Sat, June 1st

5th Annual Railroad Square Musical Festival

12/Noon-7pm - Celebrate the North Bay Arts Community with a day of music in the heart of Santa Rosa!  This multi stage event will feature several musical performers & also serves as a showcase for the non­-musical arts of the North Bay.  Free to attend.
Railroad Square Historic District
135 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
http://www.railroadsquaremusicfestival.com/


Sat, June 1st

Unauthorized Rolling Stones - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm.
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Sun, June 2nd

Out Watch Wine Country's LGBTQI Film Festival

LGBTQI short films for all!
Third Street Cinema, Santa Rosa
http://www.outwatchfilmfest.org


Sun, June 2nd

Denise Perrier - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Performing with the Michael Brandeburg Jazz Trio.
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Sat, June 8th

North Coast Wine & Food Festival - Rohnert Park

12:30 - VIP Early Access,
1-4pm - General Public.
Over 90 Gold Medal Wines, 25 of the areas Top Chefs,
1 Extraordinary Event!
SOMO Village, Rohnert Park
http://www.northcoastwineandfood.com


Sat, June 8th

Mustache Harbor/Abba Show - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm.
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Sun, June 9th

Jami Jameson Band

1-4pm.
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http:/www.mvshops.com


Sun, June 9th
thru
Sun, November 10th

Cruisin North Car Show - Rohnert Park

$10/Mea Deal with coupon (Burger, Fries & House Ale).  Dates: 6/9, 7/14, 8/11, 9/8, 10/13 & 11/10.
Bear Republic
5000 Robert Lakes Rd., Rohnert Park
http://www.cruisinnorth.com


Sun, June 9th

Cowboy Cab - Sonoma

Cornerstone, Sonoma
http://www.teenservicessonoma.org


Thu, June 13th

Kalimba - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Concert under the stars!
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com


Fri, June 14th
thru
Sun, June 30th

Broadway Under the Stars Summer Season

Transcendences 1st Musical - June 14-30

Can you guess what our first musical will be? 
For the very first time, as a part of the Broadway Under The Stars summer season, Transcendence will produce a full Broadway musical.  This hit of a musical will be a sensational opening to our 2019 Summer Season.
Transcendence Theatre Company
(877) 424-1414
https://transcendencetheatre.org


Sat, June 15th
thru
Mon, August 5th

Disney Summer Camps - Santa Rosa

Dance Camps with Art & Music, Ukulele Camp & Music Funtime.
Art & Soul School of Creative & Performing Arts
(707) 575-6858
http://www.artandsoulschool.com


Sat, June 15th

Sit, Stay, Sparkle - Santa Rosa

http://www.cci.org/nwrevents