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January

Fri 1/13
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Sun 1/22

Adoption - Sonoma County

BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES, A NON-PROFIT GLOBAL ADOPTION & CHILD WELFARE AGENCY, BELIEVES EVERY LIFE IS PRECIOUS & EACH OF US HAS THE PRIVILEGE & DUTY TO EMBRACE, PRESERVE AND PROTECT IT. AS THE NATION OBSERVES SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE DAY. BETHANY ENCOURAGES YOU TO CONSIDER OPENING YOUR HOME TO A VULNERABLE CHILD WAITING FOR THE LOVE OF A FOREVER FAMILY. IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS INTERESTED IN CELEBRATING LIFE THROUGH FOSTER CARE OR ADOPTION
BETHANY.ORG/SOHL

Fri 1/13
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Sun 1/22

Becoming Dr. Ruth - Sebastopol

New Year's Eve Party -
A delightful play filled with the humor, honesty & life-affirming spirit of Karola Ruth Siegel, the girl who became "Dr. Ruth," (Westheimer), America's most famous sex therapist. Runs through 1/22.
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Thu 1/26

Alchemy & Stitches - Santa Rosa

Paintings 7 Abstract Sewing by Kristin Meuser.
Reception: 1/26/17 from 5-7pm.
Also Showing: Regina Gilligan - Paint, Paper, Cloth & Thread. Katie Haas - Mixed Media Portraits. Linda Wong - Mono Prints.
Finley Center
2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Fri 1/27

Crab Feed - Bodega Bay

Event: 5-9pm. $59.95/Per Person, plus tax & gratuity. 1/13/17, 1/27/17
The Tides Wharf
835 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay
(707) 875-3652
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sat 1/28

Flamingo Lounge Entertainment - Santa Rosa

Jan 13 - Sugar Rush
Jan 14 - Salsa
Jan 20 - No Doubt About It
Jan 21 - UB707
Jan 27 - Sugar Foot
Jan 28 - Matt Aplin & The Midnight Band
Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa
2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sun 1/29

Art Exhibit - Santa Rosa

On display through - January 29.
Museums of Sonoma County
425 7th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500
Click here for details
425 7th St, Santa Rosa

Fri 1/13
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Mon 1/30

Rides to Appointments - Sebastopol

If you are 60 & over, live in the West County & need help getting to medical & social service appointments, call our Volunteer Driver Transportation Program 5 business days in advance of your appointment, and we'll do our best to get you where you need to go.
Call Dean Brittingham, Transportation Coordinator, (707) 829-2440 
or email: dean@sebastopolseniorcenter.org
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
http:/www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

Fri 1/13
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Mon 1/30

Medication Safety Campagin

A message from the U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services, Food & Drug Administration.

Many medicines used to treat colds & flu contain acetaminophen, a pain reliever & fever reducer found in hundreds of over-the-counter & prescription medicines.
But taking too much or more than 1 medication containing acetampinophen per day can damage your liver.
So ALWAYS read the Label & don't take acetaminophen if you drink 3 or more alchoholic drinks everyday.
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Tue 1/31

Canine Companions for Independence Puppy Raising - Sonoma County

It’s the time of year for New Years resolutions. If you’re looking for a fun & rewarding way to give back in 2017, consider raising a puppy for
Canine Companions for Independence! Volunteer puppy raisers provide specially- bred puppies a safe home, take them to obedience classes,
serve up a healthy diet, provide socialization opportunities & give lots of love. Raise a puppy, change a life.
Click here for details
1-800-572-BARK

Fri 1/13
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Thu 2/02

View Points - Santa Rosa

Photographs by the Santa Rosa Photographic Society.
Reception: 1/18 from 4-8pm.
Show runs throrugh 2/2/17.
Steele Lane Community Center
415 Steele Ln., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sun 2/05

Stage Kiss - 6th Street Playhouse

Art imitates life, life imitates Art. when 2 actors with an amorous history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930's melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage.
6th Street Playhouse
52 West 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sun 2/05

Calistoga Winter in the Wineries

Purchase a $50/Passport to visit wineries & meet the winemakers in & around the Calistoga area in relaxed tasting tours that you schedule at your convenience.
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sun 2/19

Snoopy Presents: Lucky Dogs & Presidential Pets Exhibition

Open Daily except major Holidays.
Cost: Museum Entrance
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452

Fri 1/13
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Fri 2/24

Qigong - Sebastopol

Mondays & Fridays 2-3pm.
Each class will begin with a walk & meditation to focus attention, warm the spine, knees & other joints & sometimes walk for a few minutes more to feel the difference in posture & ease of gait. Simple, mostly slow & does not follow a formula, tradition, or program. Each session will end with Embrace Tiger, a special series of qigong movements strung together to bring graceful alignment inside. Class Fee: $8/Wisdom Counts Members, $10/Associate Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Fri 2/24

Hospice Volunteer Training in Sonoma County

Applications due Friday, Feb. 24, 2017
Train to become a Hospice by the Bay Patient & Family Support Volunteer! We are especially seeking out volunteers in the Santa Rosa & Novato areas.

Training dates are March 10, 13, 15, 17 & 20.
Hospice by the Bay
190 West Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 935.7504
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Mon 2/27

January/February Run Schedule - Healdsburg

Healdsburg Running Company
333 Center St., Healdsburg
(707) 395-0372
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Mon 2/27

Volunteers Needed - Santa Rosa

Help Struggling Students. Volunteers are needed to assist the CalSERVES Cool School After-School Programs in Santa Rosa’s Bellevue & Wright School Districts. Volunteers who can commit to 90 minutes once a week at 1 of 6 schools will help elementary children with skills & homework at the early point in their lives where a love of learning can be developed.

Seeking Volunteers who can bring a knowledge of elementary-level Math, Science & Language Arts Skills and/or youth-level Athletic skills to share with the youngsters. Volunteers will work 1-on-1 or in small groups, supporting classrooms with homework help or recess/PE activities. Hours are between 2:15pm & 6pm. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday; & between 12:30pm & 6pm on Fridays. Our schools are located in southwest & southeast Santa Rosa.

All Fall/Winter After-School volunteers commit to 90 minutes once a week through February 2017. Before they can be scheduled, they must provide evidence of a clear TB test & be fingerprinted to provide a background check.
(717) 609-9970

Fri 1/13
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Wed 3/01

Call for DANCERS

Presented by The North Bay Stage Company

SHOUT-OUT TO DANCERS! North Bay Stage Company is currently looking for dance acts to perform in this year's Spring Dance Festival at the Luther Burbank Center on March 3rd, 4th & 5th. Looking for both solo and group acts of all dance styles! Please email info@northbaystageco.org if interested in performing with subject line, "Spring Dance Festival," or forward to friends & family. Directed by Melinda Murray.

Local Artists & choreographers will showcase contemporary & classical technical skills in dance with a diversity of styles and interesting themes at the weekend event – Ballet, contemporary, jazz, burlesque, swing & hip-hop are just a handful of dance forms that will delight audiences at the event. There will be something for everyone who attends.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Fri 3/17

Sonoma County Libraries Calendar

HEALTHY LIVING AT YOUR LIBRARY - The Library has a Series of FREE Cooking, Nutrition & Fitness Classes scheduled this Winter.
A full Calendar of Events:
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sat 3/25

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater - Windsor

"Murder at Joe's Speakeasy" a Roaring 20's Mystery
*Audience is encouraged to dress in 1920's attire.
Jan. 13th, 28th; Feb. 3rd, 11th, 24th; March 11th, 25th
Seating at 7pm.
Price: $68/Per Person (tax & tip not included) includes Show & 3-course Meal.
Reservations: (707) 837-0019
Charlie's Restaurant at the Windsor Golf Club 1320 19th Hole Dr., Windsor
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Thu 3/30

Volunteers Needed - Luther Burbank Home & Gardens

Invites new Volunteers to join us as Gardeners, Docents & Gift Shop Salespeople.
Training starts in Feb/March 2017 - for our Tour Season Opening in April 1st.
Luther Burbank Home & Gardens
(707) 524-5445
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Fri 4/14

Providing Warm Coats for Kids - Sonoma County

"Caring Strangers" was created by Leadership Santa Rosa's Class 16 so that we might continue to work together to effect positive change for kids in Sonoma County. We will be providing NEW Coats to Children from the Catholic Charities Homeless shelter in Santa Rosa, the YWCA of Sonoma County & Social Advocates for Youth.
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Mon 4/17

Free Tax Preparation - Sonoma County

United Way of the Wine Country
975 Corporate Center Parkway,
Suite 160, Santa Rosa
Sonoma: 211 or 800-325-9604
Mendocino/Lake: (707) 467-3236
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Fri 4/21

Chamber Concert Series - Sonoma County

Each Concert an Event - Each Event an Adventure.
Visit website for the entire schedule, including locations, time, etc...
(415) 392-4400
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Thu 5/04

Sculpture Trail 2016 - Geyserville

Exhibit will be on display through May 4, 2017 in both downtown Cloverdale & Geyserville.
Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
209 North Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale

Fri 1/13
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Wed 5/17

SSU Dept of Music Calendar - Rohnert Park

http://www.sonoma.edu/music/tickets.sonoma.edu

Fri 1/13
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Fri 6/30

2nd Annual Council on Aging Tiny House Raffle - Sonoma County

Proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels.
Early Bird Ticket Prices:
Through January 31, 2017 - 1 Ticket/$75,
3 Tickets/$200, 6 Tickets/$375, 10 Tickets/$600.
Ticket Prices go up on February 1st!
(707) 525-0143 x146
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sat 12/02

Registration Open at Bellevue Union School District

Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten at Bellevue Union School District.
An exciting educational opportunity for children turning 5 between September 2nd & December 2nd.
Transitional Kindergarten is sometimes call, "The Gift of Time." Moms appreciate that because their child gets a bonus year between pre-school & Kindergarten!
3150 Education Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 542-5197
Click here for details

Fri 1/13
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Sun 12/31

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital - Volunteers Needed

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

Sat 1/14
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Sat 4/29

Live Jazz - Hotel Healdsburg

The Winter Music Series features some of the best players in the region performing an eclectic mix of jazz with diverse influences – Cuban, gypsy, blues, Brazillian, classic jazz standards & more from 6:30-9:30pm, no cover.
Hotel Healdsburg - Spirit Bar
Fireplace Lobby Lounge
25 Matheson St.. Healdsburg
(707) 431-7188

Sun 1/15
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Sun 5/28

Sunday Serenity Wine Brunch - Petaluma

Ongoing Event EVERY Sunday from 11am-1:30pm.
Relax on our Terrace, take in the sweeping views of our vineyards, olive groves & Mt. Tamalpais as you sip & savor a delicious 3-course Brunch, perfectly paired with our Estate Wines.
Tickets:
$65/General, $50/Keller Estate Wine Club Members.
Reservations must be booked & paid at least 48 hours in advance.
Keller Estate Winery
5875 Lakeville Hwy., Petaluma
(707) 765-2117
Click here for details

Mon 1/16
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Wed 1/18

ART with Character - Santa Rosa

Exhibit - Meet Animator Ron Campbell in person.
1/16 - 5-8pm, 1/17 - 12/Noon-8p, 1/18 - 12/Noon-7pm.
Free admission.
Area Arts Gallery
105 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 541-6521
Click here for details

Mon 1/16
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Mon 2/27

Museum Mondays - Santa Rosa

Enjoy stories, arts & crafts activities & movement games for children ages 1-5 & their caregivers. A new theme each week.

This Monday, give thanks for fall by making luminaries & foil print trees. Bring in 1 can of food to donate to Redwood Empire Food Bank & receive $1 off admission!
Cost: $5/per Child.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452

Mon 1/16
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Mon 3/27

Beginning Spanish - Sebastopol

EVERY MONDAY 2:30-3:20pm.
Entry-level Spanish taught by Gayle Gallagher.
The goal of the beginners’ class is for students to be able to read & speak in simple sentences using the first person present tense, understand simple sentences when spoken; ask & answer simple questions. Class Fee: $8/Wisdom counts Members; $10/Associate Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Tue 1/17
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Tue 2/14

Exploring Jazz Through its Greatest Artists - Healdsburg

Satchmo, Duke, Miles... Get to know these jazz greats & more on a first-name basis through Len Lyons' "Exploring Jazz through its Greatest Artists," beginning Jan, 10th - Feb 14th.
Learn how to listen purposefully & develop heightened understanding & appreciation of jazz through listening to great recordings, viewing video excerpts & absorbing keyboard demonstrations by the Instructor, Author of 3 books on jazz & a local performer.
The 6-Week Course meets Tuesdays, 10-11:30am.
Raven Performing Arts Center
115 North St., Healdsburg
Click here for details

Wed 1/18

Harlen Globetrotters - Santa Rosa

Shows: 7pm. Featuring some of the Greatest Athletes & Family Entertainers on the Planet!
Witness the Dunks, See the Ball Handling, Experience the Antics that will have kids of all ages laughing the entire time!
Parking Permits are available & required on Campus Lots.
Santa Rosa Junior College - Haehl Pavilion
866-777-8932
Click here for details Click here for details

Wed 1/18

Winemaker Dinner - Ukiah

This exclusive 4-course crab & seafood culinary delight will be served family style & paired with the unique wines of winemakers Arnaud Weyrich (Roederer Estate) & Darrin Low (Domaine Anderson).
Entertainment will be provided by the Dorian May Jazz duo. Reservations are required!
Evnt: 6-10pm. Tickets: $100/Per Person.
Ukiah Crush Italian Steakhouse
1180 Airport Park, Ukiah
(707) 463-0700
Click here for details

Wed 1/18
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Wed 3/01

Balance Class - Windsor

... and concerns about falling. Class 1-3pm
WEDNESDAYS through 3//1/17. Free to attend.
Windsor Senior Center
9231 Foxwood Dr., Windsor
(707) 838-1250

Wed 1/18
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Wed 3/22

House Singers - Sonoma

Meet every Wednesday from 10-11:30am.
Everyone is invited to join this fun, friendly group.
Vintage House
264 First Street East, Sonoma
(707) 996-0311

Wed 1/18
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Wed 3/29

Art Journaling - Sebastopol

Held EVERY Wednesday ~ Art Journaling ~ 1-3:30pm.
A combination of drawing, painting, collage & creative writing. Taught by local artist Marykate Fleming. one-time $10 fee for supplies. Class fee: $8/Wisdom Counts Members; $10/Associate Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-244
Click here for details

Thu 1/19

Becoming a Happy & Secure Business Person

Strategies to increase your business & financial success. Cost: $30/Members, $50/Non-Members.
Event Hours: 12/Noon-1:30pm
Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce
50 Old Courthouse Square, Suite 110, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-1414

Thu 1/19
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Thu 1/26

Understanding, Acceptance & Harmony: exploring various religious beliefs - Sebastopol

Thursdays, 1:45-3:15pm.
World Theology instructor Jessica Shine returns with an exploration of various religious traditions & faith beliefs. Discuss the differences & learn about similarities through this SRJC Older Adult Program. Suggested contribution: $3/Wisdom Counts Members, $4/Associate Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Thu 1/19
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Thu 1/26

Clean Eating Series - Sonoma

Start 2017 off with new eating habits, healthy cooking concepts & superfoods! Join Chef & Founder of JoyFoodly, Hollie Greene & Certified Nutrition Consultant, Mary Sheila Gonnella.
3-part Culinary Workshop. (1/19 & 1/26).
Event Hours: 6:30-9:30pm. Cost: $275/Per Person.
Ramekins,
450 W. Spain St., Sonoma
(707) 933-0450
Click here for details

Thu 1/19
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Thu 2/16

Science Speaker Series for young Scientists - Santa Rosa

Children 10 & older & their Families are invited to the Children's Museum every 3rd Thursday Evening of the Month. Scientists working in many exciting fields will be on hand to talk about their work & answer questions. Every month brings a new topic (plants, sea snails, coral reefs & more!). Free to attend.
The Museum Exhibits are not open during this event
WHEN = October 20 6-7pm
November 17 6-7pm,
January 19 6-7pm,
February 16 6-7pm.
The Childrens Museum of Sonoma County
1835 West Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
2 blocks from the Charles Schulz Museum
Pre-registration Required.
(707) 546-4069

Fri 1/20

Open Studio - Santa Rosa

Becoming Independent Studio R Fulton Crossing
Event Hours: 5-8pm.
Fulton Crossing
1200 River Rd., Fulton
Click here for details

Fri 1/20
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Sat 1/21

Michael Lington - Napa

He’s gone mainstream with his career & consciousness shifting new album Soul Appeal, he’s full steam ahead like no one’s ever heard him before, blazing a fresh, innovative road for himself with a freewheeling immersion into the heart of the 60’s & 70’s Memphis Soul vibe. From his 1997 self-titled breakthrough album through 2012’s star-studded Pure, the charismatic saxophonist has wowed & surprised his fans before. But he’s never had more fun, played more loose, solo’d more intensely or improvised this expansively.
Blue Note Jazz Club & Restaurant
1030 Main St., Napa
(707) 880-2300

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/22

Gem Fair - San Rafael

Dates/Hours: Friday, 12/Noon–6pm, Saturday, 10am–6pm, Sunday, 10am–5pm.
Jewelry & gem dealers from all over the world will be on site with the largest selection of fine jewelry, gems, beads, minerals, crystals, pearls & much more. Buy quality gems, jewelry & beading supplies directly from the importers & wholesalers. From loose gemstones, raw minerals & millions of bead strands, to finished jewelry, supplies & tools. Jewelry repair, cleaning & ring sizing service is available while you shop. Gem Faire will also be holding a free door prize drawing every hour throughout the event. Bring a can of food & receive free admission to benefit SF-Marin Food Bank.
Marin Center Exhibit Hall
10 Ave of the Flags, San Rafael
Click here for details

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/29

"Family Matters" - Sebastopol & Santa Rosa

Presented by Off the Page Readers Theater.

Just when you thought you were finished with the holidays, family dramas and quirks ... here we are, back with the inevitable.
Families: we’ve all had them, loved them & hated them. And even when we leave them, we've still got them!

Join us as local actors present what local writers have to say about “Family Matters."
Tickets: $15/General, $10/Students
Dates/Locations:
Fri. Jan 20 & 27 at:
Mockingbird Books in Sebastopol

Sun. Jan 29 at:
Chroma Gallery in Santa Rosa

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/29

Stanford Inn’s Catch a Canoe & Bicycles, Too

Explore beautiful Big River estuary by canoe & receive a $20 discount on rentals during the festival. We’ll provide a complimentary map with historical & contemporary photographs depicting the history of this beautiful area. Or rent a mountain bike to explore Mendocino’s trails & back roads; same discount applies.
Catch a Canoe ^ Bicycle too!
44850 Ukiah-Comptche Rd., Mendocino
(707) 937-0273
Click here for details

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/29

Mendocinoa Coast Botanical Gardens

Garden for all seasons! Protected from winter winds, our trails take visitors through canopies of budding magnolia trees & vibrant camellia blooms. Stroll along paths line with early-blooming rhododendrons & rolling hills of heathers. Discover our hidden treasure – mushrooms – speckling the ground as you head toward the ocean to watch California Grey Whales migrate.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
(707) 964-4352
Click here for details

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/29

Skunk Train -



trip to Mendocino County isn’t complete without a ride on the historic Skunk Train! Depart out of Willits & Fort Bragg. The view from our restored rail cars is pretty much unchanged from the late 1800s. Bring the whole family & take a trip back in time. Dogs are welcome too for an additional fare.
Skunk Depot
(707) 964-6371
Click here for details

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/29

Horseback Rides at Ricochet Ridge Ranch

Daily Horseback rides on Ten Mile Beach in MacKerricher State Park, through magnificent redwood forests & across a vast cattle ranch overlooking the Pacific Ocean, with views to forever! We offer different rides from a 1-hour beach ride to multi-day adventures. Horses for all experience levels, from absolute novice to the very advanced.
Ricochet Ranch
124 E Laurel St., Fort Bragg
(707) 964-7669
Click here for details

Fri 1/20
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Sun 1/29

Crab,18th Annual Wine & Beer Festival - Mendocinoa County





Join the fun at Mendocino County’s 18th annual Crab, Wine & Beer Festival. Mendocino County is home to fishermen who harvest the bounty of the sea & to grape growers, winemakers & brewmasters who produce fine wines & brews that pair exquisitely with our local Dungeness crab.
The 10-day countywide festival is an opportunity to shrug off the winter blues & indulge in fine seafood, wine & beer.

We create dozens of events for you to enjoy: family-style cioppino & crab feeds, gourmet crab inspired dinners, food & wine pairings, crabbing adventures, a Wine Competition showcasing local wines & the ever popular Crab Cake Cook-off on January 28 that highlights the talents of local chefs.
(707) 964-9010
Click here for details

Sat 1/21

Brubeck Brothers Quartet - Santa Rosa

Featuring 2 members of one America's most accomplished musical families, Daniel Brubeck on Drums & Christ Brubeck on Trombone & Bass, the group is complete with Guitarist Mike DeMicco & Pianist Chuck Lamb. Show: 7:30pm.
Tickets: $30/General,
Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
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Sat 1/21

Presentation - Laguna de Santa Rosa

Piecing Together the Past from Pieces: An Interactive Archaeological Experience with archaeologists Tom Origer & Assoc. from 3-5pm.
Pre-Registration Required through LandPaths.
Suitable for ages 8 & up. bring the whole family!
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277
Click here for details

Sat 1/21

Roméo et Juliette (Gounod) - Point Arena

The electrifying team of Vittorio Grigolo & Diana Damrau reunites for a new production of Gounod’s opera based on the Shakespeare play. Damrau makes her role debut as Juliette in Bartlett Sher’s new production, conducted by Gianandrea Noseda. Elliot Madore sings Mercutio & Mikhail Petrenko sings Frère Laurent. Sher’s staging is a La Scala production, initially presented by the Salzburg Festival, where it premiered in 2008.
Tickets: $18-$24
Arena Theater
214 Main St., Point Arena
(707) 882-3272
Click here for details

Sat 1/21

Sonoma County Jewish Women Joining Sonoma County Stands For Women

Please join Jewish women & their allies at Sonoma County Stands for Women, at 12/Noon at Santa Rosa City Hall. The rally, featuring speakers, just one of several hundred companion marches to the Women’s March on Washington, will last about 1 1/4 hours, followed by a short march in the downtown area.
If you want to walk over to City Hall with us, we are assembling in Juillard Park, on south Santa Rosa Avenue, near the main entrance, across from the Luther Burbank House. Look for the big banner, saying “Sonoma County Jewish Women.”
This is not an anti-anything march, nor is it just for women or about women’s issues. It is a time for all of us to stand for all the values that we hold dear—a time to support the climate, minorities, LGBTQ people, migrants, Muslims, women, and much more.
Please carpool, if you can.
(415) 517-4323

Sat 1/21

Joe Valley Band - Cloverdale

Event: 7-10pm.
Cloverdale Ale Company
131 E. First St., Cloverdale
(707) 894-9610

Sat 1/21

35th Annual Crab Feed - Petaluma

Evening Seating: 5pm/No Host Cocktails, Dinner: 6pm. Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Fresh Cracked Crab, Pasta, Salad & French Bread.
Veterans Memorial Building
194 Petaluma Blvd., South, Petaluma
(707) 763-0564

Sat 1/21

Social Media and Online Library Resources - Sonoma County

Event: 10am-12/Noon.
Cost: Free & Open to the Public
Petaluma Library
100 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma
Click here for details

Sat 1/21

The Washington Women's March is coming to Sonoma County!

SONOMA COUNTY STANDS TOGETHER for Women will rally at 12/Noon at Santa Rosa City Hall
100 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa

Includes diverse music, inspirational speakers & a promised mob dance, followed by a 30 minute sidewalk march. Local community leaders will present a variety of options for engagement & action as we move forward towards inclusion & unity. This 12/Noon rally is a sister march of the DC Women’s March & these coordinated marches are being held on the eve of the anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.

Volunteers are reaching out to all corners of Sonoma County to encourage everyone — Women, Men, Children & Families — to join together for a celebration of diversity. In solidarity with those disenfranchised by campaign rhetoric & those who fear a loss of civil liberties, speakers will provide a call to action for Women’s Rights, Immigration Rights, Disability Rights, Religious and Civil Liberties for all.

“We will create an environment of love & peace, impenetrable by hate speech & community divisions,” said Anne McGivern, one of the organizers. This grassroots effort was begun by a rapidly growing leadership group of Sonoma County Women & Men supported by community organizations & elected officials.

More volunteers are needed! The group has a Facebook page which can be found at: Click here for details

Sat 1/21

GUIDED BALD EAGLE HIKES - Ukiah

The Bureau of Land Management will host free guided hikes to look for wintering bald eagles in the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument in Lake County on Saturdays (Jan. 21 - Feb. 18).

Those interested in participating should reserve space for a specific date by calling the BLM

BLM Ukiah Field Office
(707) 468-4000. Early reservations are requested for the popular hikes, which are limited to 25 participants each & fill quickly.

Participants will meet at the Redbud Trailhead parking area, 8 miles east of Clearlake Oaks on Highway 20 at 10am. The trailhead is just west of the North Fork Cache Creek Bridge (38° 59' 13.20" N, 122° 32' 22.50" W).

Hikers are advised that the Redbud trail is in an area which was burned during the 2015 Rocky Fire. The 5-mile hikes last about 4 hours. The trail includes a steep 600-foot climb in the first mile, so hikers should be in good physical condition & sure-footed. Hikers should wear sturdy hiking boots suitable for wet conditions & dress for cold weather. They should carry water, a lunch & binoculars, as most eagle sightings are from a distance.

Sat 1/21

Cloverdale Crab Cioppino Feed

All-you-can-eat - Crab Cioppino, Pasta, Salad, Bread, Hors d'oeuvres & Ice Cream from 5-8:30pm. Limited Wine includes, full bar available. Big Screen TV Raffle. Cost: $55/Per Person.
Cloverdale Citrus Fair Exhibit Room
(707) 894-5211

Sat 1/21

Music - Cotati

Event: 8-10:30pm.
A brand new band will be playing its 2nd gig. "Sidemen" is a 6 piece Band made up of an all star cast of Musicians who have performed & recorded with the biggest names in the music business such as; Van Morrison, George Duke, Dr. John, Supertramp, Santana, Jerry Garcia, Huey Lewis, Etta James, Bill Champlin, Ernie Watts, Tom Waits, Buddy Miles, Sheila E., Joe Zawinul , Cold Blood, Patti Austin & Mickey Thomas.

The band plays not only original compositions but also songs written by well known artists & crafted in a way that showcases the band's versatility. A blend of Blues, Funk, Latin & Jazzy Fusion.
Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati
(707) 795-7868
Click here for details

Sat 1/21

Barrel Tasting 101 - Hopland

Visit participating Tasting Rooms for Barrel Tasting 101 during the Crab wine & Beer Festival.
Hours: 11am-5pm.
Tickets: $20/Online, $30/Door.
Price includes 1 commemorative wine glass. Each tasting room will be offering crab themed pairings.
Click here for details

Sat 1/21

Rally & March for Social Justice

Sonoma County Stands Together for Women at 12/Noon.
Santa Rosa City Hall
100 Santa Rosa Ave. on First Street, Santa Rosa
(707) 542-5042
Click here for details
542.5042

Sat 1/21

Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

Includes Appetizers, Salad, Pasta, Crab, Dessert, Coffee & Tea. Raffle Basket, Silent Auction & Dessert Auction. Tickets: $50/Per Person & available at Oliver's Market.
Proceeds benefit Piner High Boosters, Foundation & Hall of Fame.
5pm - No Host Bar, Silent Auction, 7pm - Dinner.
Friedman Event Center
4676 Mayette Avenue, Santa Rosa
(707) 571-7420

Sat 1/21

Teen Dance - Santa Rosa

(3rd Sat of the month)
Hours: 7pm, West Coast Swing Lesson,
8-10pm - Social Dancing
Cost: $5 Ages: 12-17
Santa Rosa Veteran’s Memorial
Lodge Room, 1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa
No dance experience necessary! Come join the FUN at this monthly dance!!
Click here for details

Sun 1/22

Timothy B. Schmit of the EAGLES - Napa

2 Shows: 6:30pm & 9pm.
Blue Note Jazz Club & Restaurant
1030 Main St., Napa
(707) 880-2300
Click here for details

Sun 1/22

Songwriters in the Round - Sebastopol

A stellar night of America’s BEST folk-country music. This concert features Grammy-nominated Steve Seskin, Craig Carothers, Grammy award - winner Don Henry. Steve, Craig & Don - 3 friends & masterful songwriters - have been making the rounds in the Bay Area to the delight of both long-time fans & new recruits. The "songwriters in the round" format of this concert, perfected at The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, fits these three perfectly. Every show is different - you just never know where the flow of the evening will go.
Doors Open: 7pm, Show: 7:30pm.
Sebastopol Cultural Community Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Sun 1/22

Grateful Dead Tribute - Occidental

Solo performance of classic Dead Jams with pianist Rob Catterton from 4-6pm.
Occidental Center for the Arts
(707) 874-9392
Click here for details

Sun 1/22

Holly Near - Petaluma

Folk artist & a few musician friends, American songbook, selections included. Show: 7:30pm.
Cinnabar Theater, Petaluma
(707) 763-8930
Click here for details

Sun 1/22
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Sun 1/29

Annual Friends & Neighbors Appreciation! - Safari West

Sunday 1/22 & 1/29 - On select Sundays, by reservation only, we will offer free admission for children younger than 13 & reduced prices for everybody else who lives in the neighborhood.
Cost: $25/Adults
The Nairobi Bus, normally $48 per person, is a shorter version of the full tour & is not on the power wagons. One (1) child, younger than 13, FREE with each paying adult. Each additional child (12 & younger) is $10.
Not suitable for birthday parties or events.
Safari West
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-2551
Click here for details

Tue 1/24

JCC Presents: Rick Concoff M.A.,

Director of the JCC Teen Program in: More Tales of the Parenting Journey.

A Fundraiser to support the JCC, Sonoma County's
Teen Education Program - 7pm.
Building on Rick's entertaining event from 2016, he will present new material in a 1-man show of humorous stories about raising & working with children. Cost: $20/Per Person, $36/Per Couple
(larger donations needed & welcomed).
Congregation Beth Ami
4676 Mayette Ave, Santa Rosa
Registration: (707) 528-4222

Tue 1/24

3rd Annual Sonoma County 1 Warm Coat - Santa Rosa

Join us for our Coat & Clothing Fundraiser from 5-8pm. 21+ ONLY, please!
Sometimes, one warm coat is all someone needs to get through another tough year. Let's help the locals in our community that are in need
this winter. Donation of One Warm Coat - Adult & Child sizes needed! - warms those our community in their time of need. Scarves, gloves & hats
are acceptable, too!
Live Music - Great Food - Raffle Tickets for $1 - enter to win prizes
Cooperage Brewing Co., Santa Rosa

Tue 1/24
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Sat 1/28

Photography at the Laguna Workshop

Professional Photographers Susan & Neil Silverman
Tuesday, January 24, 7-9pm, AND
Saturday, January 28, 8am-2:30pm.
Cost: $95/Pre-Registration Required: Click here for details

A fun photo workshop for everyone! All levels of experience & gear welcome, even smart phones. Click here for details
Or contact Anita Smith, Public Education Manager, Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
(707) 527-9277 x 110, anita@lagunafoundation.org
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road - Occidental Road
(707) 527-9277 x110

Tue 1/24
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Thu 3/02

Ed Dechant - Art through 70 Years - Santa Rosa

Ed's life in art began as a summer student at Oakland's CA College of Arts & Crafts. Because of his early exposure to art, he has continued with that passion while supporting his family for the last 50 years as an attorney. His story demonstrates how an early introduction to art can lead to a lifetime of pleasure.
Located behind the Finley Community Center
Click here for details

Wed 1/25

Home Energy Workshops - Healdsburg

Event: 6-8pm - Refreshments served, raffle drawing.
For property owners considering energy efficiency, water & solar upgrades.
Healdsburg Public Library
139 Piper St., Healdsburg
(707) 565-6470
Click here for details

Wed 1/25

FREE Home Energey Workshops - Santa Rosa

For Property Owners considering energy efficiency, water & solar upgrades.
Click here for details
(707) 565-6470

Wednesday, 1/25/17 - 6-8pm
Healdsburg Public Library
139 Piper Street

Wed 1/25

iPhoneography - Santa Rosa

10-1pm - Instructor: Ronnie Roche
Cost: $69/Per Person.
Do you want to know how to work with your photos on iPhone or iPad? How to shoot, import, acquire, organize, share & edit.
Having photos on your iPhone/iPad is great fun, but...How do you delete the ones you don't want?
How do you share with friends & family?
What about organizing... Can it be done?
What is the difference between your iPhone/iPad camera & the photos app?
Can you print from your iPhone or iPad?
How do you print iPhone/iPad photos using Shutterbug's printing services?
This class will answer these questions & show you how to set up your iPhone/iPad so you are ready to have fun with your iOS.
Shutterbug Camera Shop
3011-C Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3456
Click here for details

Wed 1/25
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Sat 1/28

Winter Book Sale - Sebastopol

1/25 - 5-8pm,
1/26 - 10am-6pm,
1/27 - 10am-6pm - Half Price Day,
1/28 - 10am-23pm - $5/Bag Day
Lobby & Forum Room - Sebastopol Library
7140 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 823-7691

Thu 1/26

Black Violin - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

Blending Classical & Hip-Hop with their own brand of "Classical Boom" - 8pm.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Thu 1/26

Road trip to Bodega Bay for Bird & Whale Watching

The Sebastopol Area Senior Center is planning a trip with Keller McDonald, Lunch in Bodega Bay & Whale Watching on Bodega Head.
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Thu 1/26

Grace Hudson Museum - Ukiah

..... and the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas for a great Vegetarian Lunch. Display at the Museum - “They Came to Washington in 1821: The First Ambassadors,” & features the art of Charles Bird’s portraits of American Indian tribal leaders. The City of Ten Thousand Buddhas is the 1st large Buddhist monastic community in the U.S. Lunch will be “on your own.” Trip Cost: $30.
Grace Hudson Museum:
Click here for details
City of Ten Thousand Buddhas:
Click here for details
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Fri 1/27

Mamuse = The Bootleg Honeys - Sebastopol

Show: 8pm.
With deep roots in the folk & gospel traditions, and their hearts in the present, MaMuse (Sarah Nutting & Karisha Longaker) create uplifting music for the next 7 generations to thrive on. Interweaving brilliant & haunting harmony with lyrics born of honed emotional intelligence, MaMuse invokes a musical presence that inspires the opening of the heart. Playing a family of varied acoustic instruments including upright bass, guitar, mandolins, ukulele & flutes & backed by inspired drummer (Mike Wofchuck) these two powerful women embody a love for all of life. The synergy that is created through this musical connection is palpable & truly moving to witness.
Click here for details

The Bootleg Honeys have quickly become one of the Bay Area’s favorite live Americana acts. Their sweet & lively sound features impeccable 3-part harmony & musicianship, as well as a hefty collection of finely crafted original material that will pull your heartstrings & get your boots stompin’!
THE BOOTLEG HONEY LINE UP:
Katie Phillips: vocals, acoustic guitar, keys, tambourine and shaker
Alison Harris: vocals, acoustic guitar, keys, tambourine and stomp pedal
Karen Joy Brown: vocals, acoustic guitar, tambourine
Click here for details

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Fri 1/27

Violinist, Midori - Marin

PROGRAM
Bates: Devil’s Radio
Britten: Violin Concerto
Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra

The Marin Symphony & its Youth Orchestra have been selected as this season’s sole recipient of her Prestigious Orchestra Residency Program Award. In addition to working with the youth programs & providing outreach to Marin schools, Midori will be the featured guest artist for the Orchestra’s Masterworks 2 program.
The program features Mason Bates’ Devils Radio with equal parts darkness & groove. Midori will then perform Britten’s Violin Concerto, a demanding work which features both technically brilliant & elegantly lyrical elements. Finally, Bela Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra, one of his most popular works, will delve into the rich tradition of Eastern European folk music.
Show: 8pm.
Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium
10 Ave of the Flags, San Rafael
Click here for details

Fri 1/27

RADIO-COTEAU SPOTLIGHT DINNER - Santa Rosa

Join us for the opportunity to try several RADIO-COTEAU wines & speak with Eric Sussman, Radio-Coteau's winegrower & sole proprieter.
We'll feature specials this evening as well as wine pairing recommendations on our dinner menu. Reservations are recommended.
Spinster Sisters
401 South A Street, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-7100
Click here for details

Fri 1/27
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Sat 1/28

Peter Pan Jr. - San Rafael

Enjoy the amazing talents of the 3rd, 4th & 5th grade students of Good Shepherd Lutheran School’s musical theater class under the direction of Gretchen Simon mesmerize you. Based on the Disney film & J.M. Barrie’s enchanting play is a modern version of the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn’t grow up! Wendy Darling loves to tell stories to her brothers, Michael & John. But when her father announces she must move out of the nursery, Peter Pan comes to visit the children & whisks them away to Neverland. Their journey introduces them to Lost Boys, Mermaids, Indians & even the infamous pirate, Captain Hook! It’s Peter to the rescue when Wendy is taken captive by the dreaded captain, who has his own sinister plans in mind for our hero. Show: 1/27, 7:30pm, & 1/28, 5pm.
Showcase Theater
10 Ave of the Flags, San Rafael

Fri 1/27
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Sat 1/28

Sonoma County Honor Board - Green Music Center

Music Festival
Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2324
Click here for details

Fri 1/27
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Sun 1/29

ANNIE - Rohnert Park

Based on "Little Orphan Annie."
Show: 1/27 - 7pm, 1/28 - 1pm & 7pm, 1/29 - 1pm & 7pm. Tickets: $15/Adults, $10/Kids 12 & under.
Spreckels Performing Arts Center
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
Click here for details

Fri 1/27
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Sun 2/12

The Clean House - Healdsburg

A romantic comedy about loss, love, change & redemption, The story of a serious doctor who hires a quirky Brazilian Maid. The only problem is the Maid hates to clean. Instead, she strives to create the perfect joke – in Portuguese of course. Sarah Ruhl's enchanting play reminds us that there is humor & beauty to be found in life's most unlikely messes.
Show runs through February 12. Bring a good friend – and a good joke!
The Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-6335
Click here for details

Fri 1/27
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Sun 5/07

Sonoma Film Institute Spring Screenings - Rohnert Park

For the complete Schedule, Dates, Time, etc:
Click here for details
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2606

Sat 1/28

Crab Cake Cook-Off & Wine Tasting Competition - Mendocino

Event: 12/Noon-3pm - Mendocino Chefs craft thousands of Cakes for your sampling pleasure! Sip with wines from America’s Greenest Wine Region. Taste local fine foods & beverages – all Made in Mendocino! Vote your favorites for the People’s Choice Awards.

Wine Auction as well as a Live Auction with great get-aways. Bid on Silent Auction items & buy raffle tickets for a great prize!
New this year: Medical Equipment Pledge Drive!

General Admission ~ $85 ($110 after Dec. 15)
Circle of Claws Reserved Seating ~ $130 ($175 after Dec. 15)
Personal Table & Early Tasting at 11am
Click here for details
(707) 961-3463

Sat 1/28

14th Annual Crab 4 Kids Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

Join Sue Bonzell & Ted Williams co-emcees.

Hosted by the Women of the Active 20-30 Club of the Redwood Empire #1029 - from 5-10pm.
Cost: $50/Before January 1st, $55/After.
21+; ID will be checked at the door.

Enjoy Crab, all-you-can-eat Pasta, Salad & Garlic Bread. In addition, our King Crab Sponsors & their guests, will be treated to an additional entree delivered by their very own Personal Server. Silent/Live Auctions, Door Prizes & Entertainment.
All funds raised will directly benefit children in Sonoma County.
Friedman Events Center
4676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details


Sat 1/28

Pasta & Crab Feed - Rohnert Park

... with Silent Auction & 50/50 Raffle. Presented by the Rancho Cotate High School Athletic Boosters
5:30pm - No host Cocktails, 6:30pm - Dinner
Rohnert Park Community Center
501 Snyder Lane
(707) 486-8526

Sat 1/28

Annual Chowder Day - Bodega Bay

Spend the day tasting chowder & meeting chefs. Visit all the stops & you're eligible for an entry in a prize drawing! Tickets: $10/Pre-sale only.
Tastings start at 10am & 12/Noon, completed by 3pm.
Harbor View Village - Harbor View Way
Bodega Bay
(707) 875-3866

Sat 1/28

14th Annual Crab Feed - Cloverdale

All-You-Can-Eat Fresh Crab, Pasta, Salad & Ice Cream served by the High School's Girls Softball Team. Raffle, Door Prizes, Cocktails at 6pm, Dinner &pm. Tickets: $45/Per Person.
Homemade Desserts/Donation.
Proceeds benefit girls softball
(707) 894-8580
Click here for details

Sat 1/28

Cuttings & Plant Exchange - Santa Rosa

Put on by the California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) Redwood Chapter garden club scion.
Over 500 varieties of common, rare & experimental scions & fruiting plants from all over the world are available free. Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Pluots, Plumcots, Nectarines, Figs, Jujubes, Grapes, Raspberries, Cactus Fruit, Raisin Trees & all the rest!

Admission: $5 - includes FREE rare fruit tree cuttings/scions/budwood & grafting classes.
Event Hours: 10am-1pm.
Grafting & Planting Demonstration Classes for beginners, plus experts & hobbyists to answer questions.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
Across from the Sonoma County Fairgrounds
(707) 236-5357
BuggyBotanist@gmail.com

Sat 1/28

5th Annual Guitarfest - Sebastopol

Headliners: Mike Dowling & The Black Market Trust.
A day of exhibits, Classes, Songwriter's Panel, Guitar Displays & more!
All Access Pass - Adv: $28
Door Admission: $35
Event Hours: 12/Noon-10pm.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Sat 1/28

Solar Viewing - Kenwood

11am–3pm - Specially filtered telescopes allow safe observation of our favorite star – our Sun.
Solar viewing is FREE.
6pm - Public Star Party
Observatory's 3 main telescopes plus additional telescopes are open for viewing. Ongoing presentations on astronomical topics are given in the classroom. Friendly & knowledgeable docents are available to answer your questions.
Please arrive before 11pm to assure that we stay open for you! Admission to RFO Star Parties is $3/Adult (18 & older), Free/under 18.
State Park Admission is $8/Per Car.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
http;//www.rfo.org

Sat 1/28
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Sun 1/29

Auditions for the 2017 Summer Season at Shakespeare in the Cannery

Held on: 1/28 - 11am-6pm & 1/29 - 1-7pm.
This year the Cannery will be joining forces with their neighbors at the 6th Street Playhouse
Auditions held at:
6th Street Playhouse's GK Hardt Theatre
(707) 523-4185 x101

Sat 1/28
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Sat 2/04

Rose Pruning Classes - Healdsburg

2 Classes - 1/28 & 2/14, 9am-3pm.
Propagation 4pm.
Cost: $35/Per Person. Refreshments served.
Russian River Rose Company
1685 Magnolia Dr., Healdsburg
(707) 433-7455
Click here for details

Sun 1/29

Works of Heart: Mimosa brunch & Art show - Sebastopol

Jewish Community Free Clinic from 12/Noon-3:30pm.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 585-7780

Sun 1/29

Hot Club of Swing - Cloverdale

Gyspy Jazz, Manouche/Swing band in the style of the Hot Club of France from the 1930's & 1940's. A 4-piece ensemble featuring Tom Talley on the Violin, Rick Fulkerson on the Guitar, as well as Jeremy Ginsberg on the Guitar & John Potter on the upright Bass.

The band’s repertoire combines well known standards in addition to original songs that emphasize skilled instrumental virtuosity. A Hot Club Swing show routinely leaves audiences highly satisfied & clamoring for more. Show: 7–10pm. No cover.
Cloverdale Ale Company
131 E. First St., Cloverdale
(707) 894-9610

Sun 1/29

Community Engagement Fair - Santa Rosa

Event: 12/Noon-5pm. Featuring Organizations & Community Groups looking for Volunteers & Activists just like you. Learn about the many ways you can get involved to protect the environment, immigrant rights, the LGBTQ community, sustainable agriculture & more.
Co-Hosted by: North Bay Organizing Project, Sonoma County Conservation Action, The Farmers Guild, Sierra Club Redwood Chapter, ARC | Alliance for Regenerative Communities, Unitarian Universalist Congregation Santa Rosa.
If your organization would like to participate: Click here for details
Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sun 1/29

Orch’apalooza! Marin Symphony Youth Programs

Midori and all 3 of the Marin Symphony’s Youth ensembles will perform at Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium. Midori will be the soloist in Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto & will also perform alongside 3 Marin Symphony Youth Orchestra musicians in Vivaldi’s Concerto for Four Violins. The program will also include selections from Rimsky-Korsakov’s masterpiece, “Scheherazade.” In what is sure to be an energetic finale, all 3 of our youth ensembles (160 musicians ages 8-18) will join forces to perform the rousing “Toreador March” from Bizet’s Carmen. Show: 3pm.
Price: $15/Adults, $5/17 & under)
Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium
10 Ave of the Flags, San Rafael
Click here for details

February

Thu 2/02

Celebrating World Wetlands Day - Santa Rosa

Laguna Kayaking or Hiking Adventure*
With Laguna Foundation Staff
*If conditions are not suitable for kayaking, well go for a hike instead! Hours: 9am-12/Noon
Meeting at the Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa
$50/ Per Person. Pre-Registration required: Click here for details

Thu 2/02
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Sun 2/05

Golden Age of Aviation - Santa Rosa

A fully restored Tri-Motor. Experience air travel as it was in the golden age of aviation.
Thursday 2-5pm, Friday-Sunday 9am-5pm.
Sonoma County Airport
877-952-5395
Click here for details

Fri 2/03

The Songs of Audrey Auld performed by Nina Gerber, Pamela Delgado & Jeri Jones

Audrey Auld was one of a kind, equal parts feisty, hilarious & true. It was through her songs that she was able to venture into the dark places of life & shine a humorous light upon them all while reminding us that we are all just "spiritual beings having a human experience".
$25/General - ADVANCE
$30/Premium (1-8 Rows Center)
$28/Door Admission
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Fri 2/03

Crab Feed & Silent Auction - Windsor

Put on by Windsor Wrestling.
2 Seatings: 4;30-6:30pm or 6:30-9:30pm.
All-You-Can-Eat Crab, Clam Chowder, French Bread, Caesar Salad, No-Host Bar, Crab Bags for Purchase.
Support the team.
Tickets: $50/General, $25/Kids 12 & under.
Click here for details
Odd Fellow's Hall
337 Windsor River Rd.

Fri 2/03

Paint the Town Red - Santa Rosa

You will have access to downtown restaurants serving Food & Drink specials throughout the night exclusively for Paint the Town Red Guests.
A Night of FUN, Interactive Surprises including Games, Prizes, Raffle & more! All proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.
21+ please. Start time: 5pm.
Check in: La Rosa
500 4th St., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 2/03
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Sun 2/19

A Steady Rain - Sebastopol

Two Police Officers who are life long friends offer contrasting descriptions to Internal Affairs interrogators of their harrowing experience regarding a domestic disturbance call that leads to a brutal murder.
Main Stage West
104 North Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
Click here for details

Fri 2/03
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Sun 2/19

Buyer & Cellar - 6th Street Playhouse

6th Street Playhouse
52 West 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Sat 2/04

28th Annual Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest - SC Fairgrounds

4pm - Gallery Reception - Enjoy pairing of award winning wines w/ gourmet hors d'eouvres prepared by local chefs & browse througha selection of auction items.
6:30pm - Crab Feed Dinner/Live Auction
Tickets: $75/Per Person.
$950/Reserved Table of 10
$1,200/Captain's Table of 10
$2,500/Admiral's Table of 10
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Grace Pavilion
(707) 544-5575

Sat 2/04

Cordage-Making Materials & Techniques Workshop - Santa Rosa

Tickets: $85/Pre-registration required.

Enjoy a delightful day full of hands-on learning in Heron Hall & around the peaceful Laguna Environmental Center grounds with master weaver, Charlie Kennard from 9:30-3:30. String & rope are made from various parts of many native plants, taking on distinctive appearances & fragrances. We will learn about the different types of fibers, process a variety of plants used by California Indians & others & use several techniques to make cordage with them.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road at Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277
Click here for details

Sat 2/04

Rumi's Caravan - Sebastopol

Featuring the uplifting works of Rumi & other mystic poets performed in the ecstatic tradition with Live Music & a Whirling Dervish Dancer.
2 Performances: 2pm & 7pm with an optional 5pm Dinner.

​Tickets: $15-$50 and can be purchased online: Click here for details or
Many Rivers Books & Tea in Sebastopol.
Proceeds benefit the Center for Climate Protection & the Sebastopol Center for the Arts.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
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Sat 2/04

Crab Feed - Sebastopol

All-You-Can-Eat Dinner (5-8pm) includes: Crab Cioppino, Marinated Crab, Shrimp Salad, Garlic Bread & Wine. Event: 5-11:30pm.
Dinner, Dancing, Fun, Raffle & Silent Auction.
Tickets: $65/Per Person - by Mail ONLY
NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR.
Make checks payabole to:
Forestry Crab Feed
P.O Box 265
Fulton, CA 95439
CRAB FEED HELD AT:
Holy Ghost Hall
7960 Mill Station Rd., Sebastopol

Wed 2/08

7th Annual Transition Fair - Santa Rosa

Free Event from 3-6pm. Designed to help Students & their Families learn about services for individuals with Special Needs as they transition from School-based Programs to Adulthood.
Sonoma County Special Education Students in Middle School, High School & Post-Secondary Programs & their Families are invited to attend. Spanish Interpreters will be available.

Service providers will be at the event to provide information & answer questions about residential options, adult day programs, vocational training, employment & much more. Speaker presentations are also scheduled to address the new federal law, Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA).

The Transition Fair is a service of the Sonoma County Transition Consortium, which consists of representatives from SCOE, North Bay Regional Center, Dept of Rehabilitation, Local School Districts & Adult Service providers.
Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE)
5340 Skylane Blvd., Santa Rosa
(707) 992-1135

Wed 2/08
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Wed 3/08

Wine's Night Out - Santa Rosa

Introducing, Wine's Night Out! Try a variety of award-winning Sonoma County Wine at 1 convenient place, in the evening, mid-week.

Offering a super easy way for locals to go wine tasting. The monthly evening event will happen on the 2nd Wednesday, from 6-8pm, Nov. - March, at the iconic & centrally located, Flamingo Resort Hotel on Fourth Street in Santa Rosa. After work, guests will be able to try a variety of SC Wine at 1 comfortable place, meet wine makers & sommeliers, plus learn about wine.

A great mid-week get together with friends, an optimal way to discover wine closer to home & a new option for wine enthusiasts to meet new wine brands. The Flamingo Hotel offers free parking, plus appetizer & dining specials in their iconic Lounge during the wine tasting event.
SCHEDULE:
February 8,2017 - Love & Wine!
March 8, 2017 - Wine Madness!

TICKETS - Advance: $20/Per Person., $25/Door.
(Includes Wine Tasting & Complimentary Glass of Wine).
Click here for details
The Flamingo Resort Hotel Lounge
2777 4th Street Santa Rosa
(415) 350-6433

Wed 2/08
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Thu 5/04

Clover Stornetta Family Fun Series - LBC

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

SHOW:
2/8/17 - Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters - 6:30pm,
4/9/17 - Year with Frog and Toad - 3pm,
5/4/17 - Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School - 6:30pm.


Fri 2/10

Shaolin Warriors - San Rafael

The Legend Continues - Show: 8pm.
Join us for an evening of rip-roaring, dazzling, spectacular family entertainment - the masters of Kung Fu. See their remarkable skills, stunning movements & death-defying martial-arts prowess to the stage, perfecting the art of hand-to-hand & weapons combat, performing live feats thought only possible in the movies.
Marin Center
10 Avenue of Flags, San Rafael
(415) 473-4381
Click here for details

Fri 2/10
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Sat 2/11

An Evening of Spirit - Santa Rosa

Join James Van Praagh at 7:30pm.
Ticket: $50/General, $100/VIP.

2/11 - Master of Power Within Workshop
9am-5pm. Cost: $179/Per Person.

Center for Spiritual Living
2075 Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 2/10
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Sun 2/26

1776 The Musical - Rohnert Park

The Tony Award winning musical which brings history to life as it recalls America's contentious Founding Fathers & their determination to do the right thing for a fledgling nation.

Engaging, witty & passionate, this Broadway musical takes audiences back to the long, hot Philadelphia summer of 1776 when John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania, & Richard Henry Lee & Thomas Jefferson of Virginia bid members of the Second Continental Congress to proclaim independence from the tyranny of British monarchy & adopt the U. S. Declaration of Independence.
Tickets: $16-$26. Reservations recommended.
Spreckels Performing Arts Center
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
Click here for details

Sat 2/11

Give Me Shelter Fundraiser - Healdsburg

A special evening to support the HEALDSBURG CENTER for ANIMALS. Event: 6-9pm.
Tickets: $125/Person, $1,500/Table of 8.
Villa Chanticleer
900 Chanticleer Way, Healdsburg
(707) 431-3386 x104
Click here for details

Sat 2/11

Almost Full Moon Light House Tour - Point Arena

Guided “Climb to the Top” of the tallest lighthouse on the West Coast. Enjoy sweet & savory snacks with champagne or sparkling juice following the tour. An etched Point Arena Lighthouse souvenir champagne flute is included. Reservations must be made at least 3 days in advance of the tour. While the tour is scheduled to coordinate with the full moon, weather conditions may preclude lunar visibility.
Cost: $30/Per Person.
Gates open: 6pm, Tour: 6:30pm.
Point Arena Light House
45500 Lighthouse Rd., Point Arena
(707) 882-2809
Click here for details

Sat 2/11

Sweetheart Gala & Auction - Sonoma Valley

Celebrating the young & young at Heart!
5pm - Honoring Joe & Renee Capriola
Benefit for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley
A Black Tie Affair.
(707) 938-8544 x122

Sat 2/11

Healdsburg Love Run

8am - Healdsburg 5K
Benefits the Drew Esquivel Memorial Scholarship Fund with Fireman's Pancake Breakfast.
Healdsburg Running Company
333 Center St., Healdsburg
(707) 395-0372
Click here for details

Sat 2/11

Paws for Love Gala - Santa Rosa

A celebration of shelter animals & the highlight of the event is the sale of framed artwork made by rescue dogs & cats. Event: 6-10pm.
Tickets: $45/Advance, $55/Door.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 2/11

Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival




California's largest celebration of the migration of Steelhead Trout! A great, family-friendly event for all ages from 10am-4pm. Enjoy Food Trucks, Bear Republic Beer, Wines from the Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley. Arts & Crafts projects for the kids, Archery, Live Nusic & Fishing for the Kids. Snag a trout to take home for Dinner! Educational Tours of the Congressman Don Clause Fish Hatchery, wildlife & conservation exhibits & much, much more. Hosted by the Friends of Lake Sonoma, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, the SC Water Agency & the CA Dept of Fish & Wildlife. Rain or shine!
Milt Brandt Visitors Center at Lake Sonoma
3288 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville
(707) 431-4533

Sat 2/11

Marin Valentine's Ball

Theme: "All You Need is Love." An elegant & romantic evening celebrating our community and commitment to our safety net of services for the vulnerable among us. Black Tie Optional & Complimentary Valet.
5:30pm - Cocktails, Complimentary Bar, Silent Auction. 7:30pm - Live Auction, Dancing to the music of Wonderbread 5.
Marin County Civic Center Exhibition Hall
10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael
(415) 686-3516
Click here for details

Sat 2/11

Crab Feed - Windsor

All-You-Can-Eat Crab, Pasta, Salad & Bread, Dancing, Silent & Live Auctions, no-host Bar & DJ!
Brooks Road Club
9640 Brooks Rd., S, Windsor
(707) 528-7977
Click here for details

Sat 2/11
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Sun 2/12

Wild Jungle Love "Amour' Party - Safari West

Adult Romantic Safari Tours.
Cost: $148.50/Per Person—all inclusive.
Valentine Package Includes:
12/Noon - Brunch, 1pm - ‘Amour’ Celebration,
2-5pm - Safari Sex Tour! (Adults Only)
You’ll travel in an open air vehicle encountering giraffe, rhinoceros, wildebeest, cape buffalo, zebra & more!
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 566-3667
Click here for details

Sun 2/12

3rd Annual SRJC Wine Classic - Santa Rosa

Event: 2-5pm. A walk-around Tasting Reception, with a unique gathering of 30 different Sonoma County wineries & their owners, principals & winemakers pouring over 50 wines. Live Music will be provided by SRJC students & Gourmet Appetizers will be provided by SRJC Culinary Arts Students, Graduates & Alumni. All proceeds will support SRJC Wine, Culinary Arts & Hospitality programs & Student Scholarships.

The 3-hour walk-around event will celebrate this year’s Honorary Co-Chairs Art Ibleto, widely known as “The Pasta King” & Evelyn Cheatham, founder of Worth Our Weight (WOW).
Tickets: $75/Adults 21+ includes Free Parking & available:
Click here for details
Santa Rosa Junior College
Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center, Santa Rosa Campus.

Sun 2/12

Valentine's Day Concert - Jack London State Historic Park

The Jack London Piano Club will celebrate with a special romantic concert from 2-4:30pm. The Piano Club presents their recitals playing the beautiful Steinway Grand Piano that belonged to Jack London’s wife & “mate-woman,” Charmian London, which she regularly played for Jack. Featuring love songs & a diverse repertoire of piano solos ranging from classical to popular music. Performers will include many of the most popular members of the Piano Club including SF pianist Rubina Mazurka.
Refreshments served at intermission.
Tickets: (Include Parking): $20 & available in advance at the Museum store, online: Click here for details
or by calling (707) 938-5216.
HOUSE OF HAPPY WALLS -
Museum at Jack London State Historic Park
2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen

Thu 2/16
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Sun 2/19

Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra- Napa

Liebert’s incredible global success on a musical level often seems like a simple outgrowth of his cultural background & powerful wanderlust in his formative years. Born in Cologne, Germany to Chinese-German father & Hungarian mother, he began playing guitar at 11 & traveled extensively through Europe & Asia intent on fully absorbing each musical tradition he encountered. After pursuing his Rock & Roll dreams first in his native Germany & then in Boston, he abandoned the frustrations of the East coast & settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Blue Note Jazz Club & Restaurant
1030 Main St., Napa
(707) 880-2300
Click here for details

Thu 2/16
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Mon 2/27

Laguna de Santa Rosa Docent Training - Santa Rosa

Classes Start March 13, 2017. Apply Today!
Orientation:
Thursday, February 16, from 4-5:30pm,
Monday, February 27 from 10-11:30am

Volunteer to teach Learning Laguna to 2nd-4th grade students in the classroom & during field trips to the Laguna de Santa Rosa, a Wetland of International Importance right here in Sonoma County!
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd & Occidental Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277
Click here for details

Fri 2/17
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Mon 2/20

Cloverdale Citrus Fair

125th Anniversary of the Cloverdale Citrus Fair: We are inviting all former Citrus Fair Queens to join us at the Queen Pageant on Friday, 2/17/17.
Parade on Saturday, Fun for the whole Family, Concessions, Exhibits, Carnival, Rides, Food, Entertainment, Events, Wine Competition & Tasting & so much more!
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
1 Citrus Fair Dr., Cloverdale
(707) 894-3992
Click here for details

Sat 2/18

Lucy Kaplansky in Concert - Occidental

Show: 8pm. This acclaimed singer/songwriter from N.Y.C. with a doctorate in psychology is a fast-rising star of ‘modern city folk.' She has collaborated with Shawn Colvin, Suzanne Vega, Nanci Griffith, Dar Williams, Richard Shindell & John Gorka of Red Horse among others.
Tickets: $25/General.
Fine refreshments and Art Gallery open for viewing. Accessible to people with disabilities. OCA is a non profit arts center staffed by volunteers.
Occidental Center for the Arts
Click here for details

Sat 2/18

The Winter Landscape in Your Nature Journal Watercolor Journaling Workshop

Pre-registration required: Click here for details

FEE: $150 (Includes a $55 special Art Supply Kit).
The color palette of Winter reveals itself in the vistas of the Laguna de Santa Rosa and Mt. St. Helena, as well as in the close-up study of shrubs & trees. Join Kristin, from 9:30am-3:30pm, as you learn to mix a full range of colors from a simple palette of 8 harmonious pigments, followed by hands-on aids to help you create depth in your landscapes & close-up sketches. You will also spend time writing.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd, (at Occidental Rd,) Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277
Click here for details

Sat 2/18

Jack London Short Story “Read Aloud”

Join local musician & Jack London Park docent Jeff Falconer for the out loud reading & discussion of The Water Baby, Jack London’s Hawaiian philosophic tale written in 1916.

Jack London wrote hundreds of short stories culled from his own experiences at sea, the challenges of the Klondike, his world travels, & from the fields & factories of California. Hearing them read out loud brings each story to life & inspires lively audience discussions.
Event: 4–6pm. Refreshments served during break.
Free to attend. Parking Fee: $10/Per Vehicle.
HOUSE OF HAPPY WALLS
Museum at Jack London State Historic Park
2400 London Ranch Rd., Glen Ellen
(707) 938-5216

Sat 2/18

Masquerade Ball - Santa Rosa

Put on your Mask & Dance the night away!
Chaperones & Kids will create a special memory with a masquerade theme as they dance to fun music!
Event: 3-5pm. Ages 3-6
(Activity Barcode #80637)
Event: 6:30-8:30pm. Ages 6-12
(Activity Barcode #80638)
Bringing more than 1 child? Choose which age session is the best fit for your family!
COST: $30/per Couple, extra child $10.
limit 1 additional youth per adult chaperone.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
Pre-registration is required.
Click here for details

Sun 2/19

Classical Trio - Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Rohnert Park

Performing solely from Beethoven's Piano Trio Literature, Wu Han/Piano, Phillip Setzer/Violin & David Finckel/Cello hold a place among the pinnacle of Classical Musicians alive today.
Sonoma State University
Weill Hall Green Music Center
Click here for details

Tue 2/21
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Fri 2/24

13th Annual Symposium - St. Helena

For Professional Wine Writers.
Meadowood
900 Meadowood Lane, St Helena
Click here for details

Fri 2/24
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Sun 2/26

Tattoos and Blues - Santa Rosa

Featuring live Blues Bands, Tattoo competitions, Henry Goldfield Roast & Fire Dancing.
$20/Day Pass, $35/Weekend Pass.
Doors open:
Friday 12/Noon, Saturday & Sunday 11am
$20/Day Pass, $35/weekend Pass
Flamingo Resort & Spa
2777 4th St., Santa Rosa
800-848-8300
Click here for details

Sat 2/25

12th Annual International Alsace Varietal Festival - Anderson Valley

Join us on Saturday, February 25 & Sunday, February 26, in the beautiful Anderson Valley for seated panel tastings, a personal exploration of aromatic white wines, spurious winemaker dinners & open houses at local tasting rooms.
Click here for details

Sat 2/25

Party ’til we’re Purple: LGBTQI Dance


Join us from 6:30-10:30pm. DJ Maxx will spin the tunes; snacks provided. Our dances are all-inclusive & are meant to be enjoyed by the entire community, regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation.
Cost: $10/Per Person & there will be a modest charge for wine. Proceeds benefit the Senior Center. No dogs please.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 North High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Sun 2/26

Signatrue Concert Series - Santa Rosa

Show: 2pm. The Redwood Chordsmen is Sonoma County's premier Men's a Cappella Chorus. Barbershop harmony creates a sound that is pleasing to the ears & invigoration to the soul. The chorus, under the direction of Daniel Halle, has a diverse repertoire of songs, including Pop, Jazz, Show Tunes & familiar Barbershop Melodies, all sung in Barbershop Harmony.
The concert is free with donations welcomed. Reception following the concert.
Presbyterian Church of the Roses
2500 Patio Court, Santa Rosa Click here for details

Tue 2/28

Business Networking - Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa Rotary West is having a large business
event from 5-7:30. Open to all people interested in Networking, & possibly Rotary.
McDonald Levitt Insurance Company
2800 Cleveland Ave suite D , Santa Rosa

March

Fri 3/03
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Sun 3/05

Spring Dance Festival - Santa Rosa

Presented by The North Bay Stage Company
Performances: Mar 3rd, 4th & 5th*
(8pm, or *Sunday Matinees 2pm).
North Bay Stage Company, a non-profit organization & resident theatre company of Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.
TICKETS: $18/General.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
East Auditorium
50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 3/03
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Sun 3/12

Barrel Tasting - Sonoma Coun ty

2-Weekends: 3/3/-3/5 & 3/10-3/12
Click here for details

Sat 3/04
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Sun 3/05

Mendocino Whale Festival

Explore the beautiful village of Mendocino where there are plenty of whales to view from the surrounding Mendocino Headlands State Park. Chowder, Beer & Wine Tasting options festoon pedestrian-friendly lanes, while you explore art exhibits, local shops & inns.
Chowder Tasting from 11am–1pm, Beer Tasting from 11am–1pm, Wine Tasting from 1–4pm.
Cost: $10-$40.
Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce
(707) 961-6300
Click here for details

Thu 3/09

SSU Sonoma Invitational Wind Band & Orchestra Festival

Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2324
Click here for details

Sat 3/11

Arbor Day Tree Planting Party

Come celebrate Arbor day with tree-planting & Park beautification from 9am-12/Noon.
After the tree planting, cake will be served to honor Luther Burbank's birthday! This FREE family-friendly event is held rain or shine...trees like the rain!
Juilliard Park
1698 Hearn Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3279

Fri 3/17
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Sat 3/18

Pigs & Pinot - Healdsburg

The celebratory weekend offers a series of intimate dining & educational events hosted by Chef Palmer. A cast of Master Sommeliers & international celebrity chefs will showcase some of the world’s greatest Pinots Noirs with perfect pork pairings.
Hotel Healdsburg
414 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
Click here for details

Sat 3/18

33rd Annual Whale Run & Walk - Fort Bragg

Whale Run starts & finishes in the heart of Fort Bragg in the Skunk Train parking lot. An out & back race with race participants starting & finishing in the Skunk Train Parking lot. The competitive races go over the Pudding Creek Trestle & north onto the old Haul Road. The 5K Fun Walk goes along the Noyo Headlands Coastal Trail.
10K Run • 5K Run • 5K Competitive Walk 8am
1/2 mile Kiddie Race, 7:30am • 5K Fun Walk 8:05am
Soroptomist International of Fort Bragg
(707) 964-3567
Click here for details

Sat 3/18

CASA's 20th Anniversary Celebration Gala - Santa Rosa

This is an opportunity for our community to come together to celebrate & support our work on behalf of Sonoma County’s Foster Youth.
Event Hours: 5-10pm.
Vintners Inn, Santa Rosa
(707) 565-6375
Click here for details

Sun 3/19

Dervish - Sebastopol

Wowing Audiences all over the world with their seasoned brand of Celtic music, Dervish has risen to the top of their genre over the past 10 years.
Doors Open: 6:45pm, Show: 7:30pm
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Sun 3/19

Ann Hampton Callaway Sings The Great American Songbook

Celebrating 20th Century American Music.
From a command performance at the White House, to the Great White Way of Broadway. She has captivated audiences everywhere. The Tony-nominated star of the Broadway hit Swing Sings the timeless classics of George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Stephen Sondheim, Cole Porter & the Great American Songbook.
Show: 3pm.

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

Fri 3/24

Greg Brown - Sebastopol

With roots in small town Iowa, Greg Brown’s rich folk style is heavily influenced by his origins. His mother played electric guitar, his grandfather was a banjo player & his father was a holy roller preacher. Brown’s songwriting has been lauded by many & his songs have been covered by Willie Nelson, Carlos Santana, Joan Baez, Mary Chapin Carpenter & more. At the personal request of Jeff Bridges, Brown also contributed songs for Bridges’ Oscar-Winning role in the film Crazy Heart. He has also recorded more than a dozen albums, including his 1986 release, Songs of Innocence & of Experience, when he put aside his own songwriting to set poems of William Blake to music.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Fri 3/24
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Sun 3/26

11th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival - Petaluma

Includes the popular Farm, Creamery & Artisan Tours, The Ultimate Best Bite Competition, NEW Cheesemaker Dinners & Cheese & Cocktails event, Bubbles Brunch, Seminars & the Artisan Cheese Marketplace & Tasting.
Sheraton
745 Baywood Dr., Petaluma
(707) 283-2888
Click here for details

Mon 3/27

Vince Gill & Lyle Lovett 'Songs And Stories' Tour - San Rafael

Marin Center, San Rafael
(415) 473-6800
Click here for details

April

Sat 4/01

Cloverdale Old Time Fiddle Festival

Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
1 Citrus Fair Dr., Cloverdale
(707) 894-3992
Click here for details

Sat 4/01

Eilen Jewell - Sebastopol


The Boise native has recorded 5 studio albums for Signature Sounds with her road-tested touring band & 2 more as a member of the Boston-based gospel-charged Sacred Shakers (also on Signature Sounds), which includes that well-oiled band at its core. Her latest, Sundown Over Ghost Town, is a masterful culmination of Jewell’s work to date. Doors Open: 7:15pm, Show: 8pm.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823.1511
Click here for details

Sun 4/02

Windsor Farmers Market Opens

Fresh Produce, Flowers, Food Vendors & so much more!
Windsor Town Green

Thu 4/06
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Sun 3/12

8th Annual Sonoma County Restaurant Week

Lunch: 410/$15 or Dinner: $19/$29/$39
Click here for details

Fri 4/07

West County Business Breakfast Series - Analy High School

9am.
Analy High School
6950 Analy Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 824-6412

Fri 4/07
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Sat 4/08

Choral Festival - Rohnert Park

CMEA - California Music Educators Association.
Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2324
Click here for details

Fri 4/07
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Sun 4/23

The Birds - Sebastopol

Daphne du Maurier's short story, also the basis for Alfred Hitchcock's classic film, in boldly adapted by Connor McPherson in a gripping, unsettling & moving look at human relationships in the face of societal collapse.
Main Stage West
104 North Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
Click here for details

Sat 4/22

Bubbles & Blooms - Sonoma

Save the Date...
Gloria Ferrer
23555 Hwy., 121, Sonoma
(707) 933-1917

Sat 4/22

Student Jazz Combo Competition

A friendly challenge to all area secondary schools that gives young musicians in grades 9-12 the stage to explore their creativity by forming small groups for a juried competition. A dozen high schools have already entered & as the competition draws closer our excitement is growing! We'll have more information soon on how you can attend this first-ever "SJCC"!

Sat 4/22

Magicl Mystery Tour - Sonoma County

Warehouse Wineries
(more info to follow)
Click here for details

Sat 4/22
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Sun 4/23

Apple Blossom Festival & Parade - Sebastopol

This year's theme: 2017: An Apple Blossom Odyssey."
Parade will march down Main Street on Saturday at 10am & will be followed by the 2 day festival at Ives Park in Sebastopol. Enjoy the new Apple Pavilion, the return of Buddy Blossom, musical entertainment, Children's Activities, Food, Wine, Art, a variety of different exhibitors & a Blues Festival on Sunday.
(707) 823-3032
Click here for details

Sun 4/23

Country Legends - Santa Rosa

Symphony POPS Series
Vocalists Patrick Thomas & Rachel Potter play tribute with songs by famed singers/songwriters;
Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill & more.
Join us for such Country Classics as "Crazy," "Joline," "Ring of Fire," "On The Road Again," "Devil Went Down to Georgia."
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Sat 4/29

Beer Festival - Boonville

Event: 1-5pm - Features beer samples from dozens of breweries. While you sip & sample enjoy live music, fun vendors & delicious food options available for purchase. RV & tent camping is available at the fairgrounds. Absolutely no dogs or howling.
Tickets: $40/advance, $60/Gate (cash only), $5/Non-Drinking. Purchase online:
Click here for details
or in at the Brewery tasting room on the corner of Hwy 128 & Hwy 253 from 11am–6pm each day.
Mendocino County Fairgrounds
14400 Hwy 128, Boonville
(707) 895-BEER
Click here for details

Sun 4/30

50 Years of Rold n' Roll - San Rafael

From Chuck Berry to the Beatles to Bruce Springsteen. A cast consisting of Broadway stars from Broadway’s greatest rock musicals, as well as incredible Rock & Roll singers, Neil Berg tells the story of the history of the music that changed the world forever!
From the progenitors of Rock & Roll in the 1940’s, through the glory years of the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s, up until MTV in the early 80’s - fascinating stories & features groundbreaking music, with tributes.
Marin Center, San Rafael
Click here for details

May

Sat 5/06

Explore Wine Road - Sonoma County

...more info to follow...
Click here for details

Fri 5/19

Bless the Beast & Children Foundation Fundraiser - Safari West

Please be our Guest & become a voice for the voiceless. Event: 5—10pm.
Cost: $125/Per Person, $500/2 People Overnight Stay in a Luxury Safari Tent.
Featuring African-inspired small bites, select local wines, brews & a cast of wild animal encounters throughout the evening.

The Foundation strives to make it possible for over 30,000 underserved children to experience the adventure or Safari West. With your support, we can continue to connect all children to the enchanting world of nature & wildlife. If you are unable to attend, but would like to provide support in other ways, please consider becoming an event sponsor or donating in honor of the event. Remember, it’s for the children!
Safari West
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa
RSVP: (707) 566-3613
http;//www.safariwest.com

Fri 5/19
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Sun 6/04

From Both Hips - Sebastopol

Paul has been accidentally shot in the hip by a Policeman. Back from hospital he is overcome with feelings of bitterness & self-pity.
Determined to exact revenge upon his shooter, he sets out on a quest to find him. However, when the Policeman in question appears with an apology, a gun & an extraordinary proposition, Paul is faced with a difficult choice.
Main Stage West
104 North Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177
Click here for details

Fri 5/26
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Sun 5/28

Bottlerock - Napa

3-Day Music Festival - Food, Wine & Brew.
Headliners:
Maroon Five - Friday,
Tom Petty - Saturday,
Foo Fighters - Sunday.
575 Third St., Napa
Click here for details

June

Mon 6/05
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Sat 6/10

New Horizons Band Camp - Rohnert Park

Offering intermediate & advanced levels of Concert Band, Traditional & Swing Jazz Band, led by Directors from around the country.
The culminating concert takes place on 6/10 at 10am i Weill Hall.
Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Avve., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2324
Click here for details

Fri 6/09
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Sat 6/10

Peggy Sue's Car Show & Cruise - Santa Rosa

June 9th - 'Cruise-in' & 'Check-in,'
'Drive-in Movie.'
June 10th - 'Show & Shine'
Live Entertainment ~ Awards
'Cruise Night' Downtown Santa Rosa.
SONOMA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
1350 BENNETT VALLEY RD., SANTA ROSA
Click here for details

Sat 6/17

Magical Mystery Tour - Alexander Valley

....more info to follow...
Click here for details

Mon 6/19
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Fri 6/23

5th Annual Wind Band Conducting & Msuic Education Symposium - Rohnert Park

Founded & Hosted by Andy Colinsworth, SSU Director of Bands & Music Education, the symposium is open to participants as both conductors & observers.
Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2324
Click here for details

July

Sat 7/15

Magical Mystery Tour - Dry Creek Valley

....more details to come...
Click here for details

Sat 7/29

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill - San Jose

Show: 7:30pm
SAP Center- San Jose

August

Mon 8/14

Magical Mystery Tour - Russinan River Valley

... more info to come ...
Click here for details