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

July

Wed 7/18
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Thu 7/19

Become a CASA Volunteer

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

We currently have 65 children in our waitlist to be matched with their CASA volunteer. Become a CASA Volunteer! Next training begins July 19th.
(707) 565-6375
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 7/20

Local Art Exhibition - Cloverdale

"Initiate"
Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery
204 North Cloverdale Blvd.
(707) 894-4410
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Sun 7/22

Grandparents Week FUN for Everyone - Oakmont

HELD ON the WEEK of JULY 22-27.

Full of Classes & Events for Grandchildren!
From Carnival to Crafts to a Family Movie Night.
(949) 683-7725
Register:
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 7/27

Summer University for Kids - Sonoma State University

A unique enrichment program for grades 4-9.
Half & all-day, week-long sessions.
Over 60 classes to choose from
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Sat 7/28

Be an Ironman Volunteer - Santa Rosa

RACE DAY: July 28th.

Join in helping thousands of athletes get to the finish line in Santa Rosa.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Sun 7/29

3 Gallery Shows Opening - Sebastopol

All Art Shows at the SCA are free to the public. Hours: Tuesdays-Sundays.

Gallery I: Bibliophoria V,
Gallery II: Blind Stitching by Claire Spector & In Touch with Art, Earle Baum Center Art Program,
Gallery III: Bound & Unbound, Sonoma County Book Arts Guild
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High Street, Sebastopol
(707) 328-5229 or (707) 829-4797

Wed 7/18
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Sun 7/29

IRONMAN Foundation Community 5K Fundraiser - Sonoma County

DATE: Sunday, July 29
LOCATION: Old Courthouse Square
REGISTRATION + PACKET PICK-UP: 7am-7:50am
RACE START: 8am

In conjunction with IRONMAN 70.3 Santa Rosa & to support continued wildfire recovery, please join the IRONMAN Foundation Community 5K. Proceeds of your participation benefit the Santa Rosa Parks Foundation, helping to restore our fire-damaged parks!
Register:
www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/americas/ironman/santa-rosa.aspx

Wed 7/18
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Tue 7/31

Volunteer at a Gift Shop - Santa Rosa

Can you commit to 4-hour shifts once or twice a week?
Sutter Santa Rosa Hospital needs you.
Contact: Frank Rizzo
franrizzo147@rocketmail.com

Wed 7/18
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Tue 7/31

Help People with Dementia - Santa Rosa

Catholic Charities -
Volunteers needed Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
(707) 528-8712 x160

Wed 7/18
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Tue 7/31

Assist in Dsitributing Food Boxes - Santa Rosa

Volunteers needed to assist in weekly orders & distribution of community supported agriculture boxes.
(707) 528-8712 x160
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Tue 7/31

Sarcoma Awareness Month - Sonoma County

1 in 5 kids with cancer have a sarcoma.
Sarcoma is a cancer affecting soft tissue & bone & few treatment options are available.
July is sarcoma awareness month. And through awareness, advocacy & research, the Sarcoma
Foundation of America is working to cure sarcoma.
There’s a lot you can do to help us win the fight against this largely forgotten cancer. Start by
wearing a yellow ribbon—a symbol of hope, solidarity & support for those who are living with
sarcoma.
Click here for details
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Wed 7/18
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Tue 7/31

Plastic FREE JULY - Sonoma County

Participation can range from choosing to refuse a handful of items for a single day, refusing all plastic for the entire month, or anything in between.
Say NO to plastic straws! We ask that everyone make a habit of saying, “No straw, please” when ordering a beverage at a bar or restaurant. Plastic straws are often given automatically & are a serious threat to the environment. We ask that clubs & restaurants switch to paper straws or consider switching to glass or stainless steel straws.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Tue 7/31

Time to Replace your Carbon Monoxide Alarms - Sonoma County

FIRST ALERT, THE MOST TRUSTED BRAND IN HOME SAFETY, ALONG WITH HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICIALS, HAVE ISSUED A TIMELY REMINDER TO THE PUBLIC – IT’S TIME TO REPLACE CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS TO STAY PROTECTED FROM THE DANGERS OF THIS INVISIBLE, ODORLESS & POTENTIALLY FATAL GAS. In 2011, the California Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Protection Act (Senate Bill 183) went into effect, requiring CO alarms in newly constructed single & 2-family homes, as well as all existing single-family homes. Since then, the law has been expanded to cover all multi-family dwellings.
7 YEARS LATER, THESE CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS ARE APPROACHING EXPIRATION. DON’T LET THE BEEP STEAL YOUR SLEEP AND REPLACE YOUR CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM TODAY.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Wed 8/01

Docent Training for Education Program at Quarryhill - Glen Ellen

Training is for the 2018-2019 4th & 5th Grade Education Program. Training runs on
WEDNESDAYS, July 25 - August 29.
12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen
(707) 996-6027
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Thu 8/02

Four Windows - Santa Rosa

Sculptures by Ben Woodruff
Person Senior Wing - Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/03

Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley SUMMER CAMP

For ages 6-14 - Lead - Succeed - Inspire.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Sat 8/04

Special Education Advocacy Workshop- & Training - Santa Rosa

Workshop - Aug. 4th
NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION

Learn how to be your own advocate. This is an intense full day traing on Special Education Rights & Responsibilities. Free to attend.
Galt Advocacy
1160 North Dutton Ave., Suite 200, Santa Ros
(707) 566-7600
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Sun 8/05

50 Years of Franklin - Schulz Museum

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

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/10

Summer Classes - Charles M. Schulz Museum

Take Classes in Art, Cartooning, Animation, Hands-on Science & more!
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/10

Summer Wonder Camps - Sonoma County

Each week of Wonder Camp is a perfect thematic mix of art & science projects geared for 5-8 year olds. Each day of camp is tailored to what inspires campers individually & is guaranteed to delight & inspire your young scientist, engineer, pirate or artist. M-F, 9m-3pm
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/10

Free Summer Lunch To Kids 18 Years & Younger

29 different Summer Lunch program sites strategically located at Parks, Libraries & Apartment Complexes throughout Sonoma County.
Open to all Children & operates Mon-Fri during lunchtime.

Some of the Program sites will offer Fun Activities to help Kids stay physically active & academically engaged during the summer break.
The REFB will also offer a variety of staff-lead activities: Arts & Crafts, Pedal-powered Fruit Smoothie Bike, which will introduce children to healthy alternatives to sugary dirnks & organized Water Games that will provide opportunities for children to play together & stay cool on hot summer days.

Multiple program sites offer free Fruits & Vegetables once a week allowing low-income Families to increase their access to nutritious produce.
(707) 523-7900
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/10

Scholarship Funding for Camp Leadership Program- Santa Rosa

Hey teens! Want to have a great time this summer at a Camp learning to become a Camp Counselor? McDonald Ranch, Inc. has scholarship funding for the Counselor In Training program.
Learn Leadership & Counselor skills & invest in yourself this Summer. Join in on the FUN Singing Camp Songs, Leading Kids in Games & Activities & Swim every afternoon.
3295 Guerneville Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 583 6711
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/10

Alliance Française of Santa Rosa Seeks Applications For Board Members

Would you enjoy making a positive contribution to the most established non-profit organization promoting French culture & French language North of SF? If so, the Alliance Française de Santa Rosa could be a perfect match. Please consider making a positive contribution to promoting French language & French culture in Sonoma County!

The Alliance Française de Santa Rosa (AFSR) is seeking to add new members to the current Board of Directors & will be accepting nomination applications from interested parties through August 10, 2018.
(707) 481-2848

Wed 7/18
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Thu 8/23

North Bay Industries Activity Center Art Show

Steele Lane Community Center
55 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa

Wed 7/18
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Tue 8/28

Back to School Clothes Drive - Sonoma County

Lilliput Families is conducting a clothing drive for the Children who are a part of our kinship program. NOW THROUGH AUG 8th.

A new outfit to start the year lends confidence for our children & relief for their caregivers.
We are looking for NEW Shirts, Jeans, Sweaters, Socks, Shoes & so on!

Drop Off Location:
Llilliput Families Office
2255 Challenger Way #100, Santa Rosa
(707) 230-9830
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Thu 8/30

Choose Safe Sunscreen - Sonoma County

SCIENTIFIC STUDIES INDICATE THAT INGREDIENTS FOUND IN MANY CHEMICAL SUNSCREENS MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO HUMANS & THE ENVIRONMENT. TO CHOOSE A SAFE SUNSCREEN, LOOK FOR ACTIVE INGREDIENTS NON-NANO ZINC OXIDE OR NON-NANO TITANIUM DIOXIDE.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/31

Meals on Wheels Drivers Needed - Sonoma County

(707) 525-0143
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/31

Food For Thought Volunteers Needed

Help with Food Drives, Grocery Delivery, Gardening & at the Food Bank.
(707) 887-1647

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/31

SRJC Culinary Cafe open for the Summer

Wednesday-Friday for Lunch: 11:30am-2pm,
Wednesday-Friday for Bakery: 8-10am.
Santa Rosa Junior College Culinary Cafe
1670 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Fri 8/31

Summer Youth Pass - Sonoma County Transit

$24/Unlimited Rides - Ages 18 & under.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Mon 9/03

Intertwined [fiber from one extreme to another]

NOW ACCEPTING ENTRIES
Sat. July 21, 2018, 5-7pm
Healdsburg Center for the Arts
Display July 21 � September 3
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Mon 9/03

Bracket Drag Racing - Sonoma Raceway

For the Complete Schedule:
Click here for details

Categories; High School, Trophy, Motorcycle, Sportsman, Pro & Super Pro.
Highways 37 & 121, Sonoma
510-912-4160

Wed 7/18
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Wed 9/19

Wednesday Night Beats & Bottles - Geyserville

6:30-8:30pm - Free Admission.
Join us WEDNESDAY NIGHTS for Live Entertainment by the Pool Cafe. Food & Wine will be available for purchase.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville
(707) 857-1471
Click here for details

7/18 - Tasche - Soul/Rock,
8/1 - Roem Baur - Blues/Soul/Funk,
8/15 - Kendra McKinley Band - Indie Pop/Jazz,
9/19 - Roem Baur - Rock/Blues

Wed 7/18
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Sun 9/30

Trails Challenge - Sonoma County Regional Parks

Discover your Parks - Hike 5 Trails & get a free T-Shirt.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Sat 10/20

SRJC ANNIVERSARY ACTIVITIES CONTINUE CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE

Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) continues its YEAR-LONG CELEBRATION of 100 years of excellence throughout 2018. Upcoming Events include; Lectures, Art Exhibits, Theatre Performances, Athletic Events, Fundraisers & more, hosted throughout the Sonoma County Junior College District.

With a theme of "Pride, Purpose & Progress" the SRJC College Community is looking back with pride at past accomplishments, focusing on its purpose of providing an excellent education to all & its progress looking forward toward the future.
Click here for details

Wed 7/18
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Wed 11/14

Top the Cops - Sonoma

3:30pm - High School Students will drag race against Bay Area law enforcement officers - offering an alternative to illegal street racing & gives teens the chance to race against law enforcement officers, who compete in full uniform in their official vehicles on the quarter-mile drag strip. The program also provides a unique environment for the officers to talk with teens about safe driving & the rules of the road.
COST: $25/Competitors, $15/Students with High School ID card, $10/Spectators.
Gate 1 on Hwy. 121
800-870-RACE (7223)

Wed 7/18
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Mon 12/17

Create an Advance Care Plan - Sonoma County

90% of people think it�s important to have conversations about end-of-life care with their loved ones, yet fewer than 30% have done so. Planning for accidents or a sudden illness may feel awkward, but conversations with family members today can ensure your care preferences are honored & that your loved ones don�t have to guess what you want. Discuss, decide & document. Create an advance care plan.
Click here for details.

Thu 7/19

Rockin' the River: Community Concerts at the Guerneville Plaza

7-8:30pm - Held Every other Thursday.
A Family-friendly, dancin'-in-the-street party!

7/19 - MARLEEN VALENTE & INVASION LATINA
Nonstop Cumbia, Salsa & Bachata from LA
Click here for details

The Russian River Farmers' Market operates nearby on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday, May - Sept. from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Rd & Armstrong Woods Rd.
(707) 869-9403
Click here for details

Thu 7/19

Summer Wine Series - Sebastopol

6-8pm - Rosés of Sonoma.
Over 15 local wineries will be pouring on the patio including Radio-Coteau Wine Cellars, Kokomo Winery, Benovia Winery, Kobler Estate Winery, Friedeman Wines, Claypool Cellars & more!
Tickets: $20 - include tastings with all of the participating wineries.
Seasonal passed appetizers. Live music by the incredibly talented Sebastopol band the Aly Rose Trio.
Gravenstein Grill
8050 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 634-6142

Thu 7/19
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Sun 7/22

Wine Country Comedy Fest -

Complimentary Parking. Please no outside food/drink. Local Wine, Beer & Fermented Spirit Cocktails for purchase. And, our COMEDY, DOG! Cafe.
The Laugh Cellar
5755 Mountain Hawk Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 843-3824
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Sun 7/29

Bibliophoria V - Sebastopol

5th biennial International Juried Book Arts Exhibition. 62 pieces from 200+ international entries were selected to be displayed in our main gallery.

Juried by Macy Chadwick, is a homage to the book & features graphic & sculptural works emphasizing creative re-interpretations using books, book components and bookmaking methods. Exhibiting in Gallery II is “Blind Stitching, contemporary textile art sewn by feel” by Claire Spector & “In Touch with Art” an exhibition of student artwork from the Earle Baum Center & in Gallery III “Bound and Unbound” an exhibition of artists books by Sonoma County Book Arts Guild.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Sun 7/29

Always Patsy Cline - Sonoma

A Musical Journey.
On the Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall
Sonoma Community Center
866-710-8942
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Tue 7/31

6th Street Playhouse School of Drama - Santa Rosa

For kids 7-12.
52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Thu 8/30

Open Mic Night - Epicenter

7:30-9:30pm - EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT.
Join us at the Victory House Patio for an evening of Local Artists sharing Music, Poetry, Comedy & more!
7pm - Sign ups starts in person.
Epicenter
3215 Coffey Ln, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Thu 8/30

Pitch Horseshoes - Santa Rosa

5-7:30pm - THURSDAY EVENINGS
Beginners Welcome! Men, Women, Kids, Seniors - we have shoes!
Doyle Park (next to the Baseball Field)
(707) 953-4807 or (707) 529-2139
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Thu 8/30

Happy Hour Thursdays - Trentadue Winery

5-7pm - Join us EVERY THURSDAY this summer for our HAPPY HOUR. Each week will feature a different Live Band, Food Truck & Exclusive Wine sales.
Open to the public & free to attend. Bring a blanket & support our local Food Vendors!
No outside alcoholic beverages allowed.
Trentadue Winery
19170 Geyserville Ave, Geyserville
(707) 433-3104
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Thu 9/06

Summer Nights on the Green Concert Series - Windsor Town Green

6-8pm - Every THURSDAY NIGHT!
Enjoy Family Friendly Concerts & Food.
Free to attend.
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Sun 9/16

New Exhibit - My Favorite Peanuts: Reflections of Family and Friends

We invite you to learn not only how those close to Schulz relate to their favorite comic strips & Peanuts stories, but also how the iconic stories we know & love are reflections of their very own lives.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Thu 9/27

Hot Dog Thursdays - Santa Rosa

Lunch among the Aircraft - $5/Per Person.
Pacific Coast Air Museum
One Air Museum Way
N. Laughlin & Becker, Santa Rosa
(707) 575-7900
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Sun 10/14

Chefs Dinner Fundraiser Series - Santa Rosa

6pm - Prix Fixe Menu - $85/Per Person.
7/19 - Chef Robb Ledesma/Worth Our Weight,
9/20 - Chef Liza Hinman/Spinster Sisters,
10/14 - Chef John Franchetti/Franchettis
Worth Our Weight - WOW Cafe
1021 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 544-1200
Click here for details

Thu 7/19
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Sun 12/30

The Princess Project - Sonoma County

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

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

Thu 7/19
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Mon 12/31

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital - Volunteers Needed

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

Thu 7/19
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Thu 5/09

GREEN MUSIC CENTER AT SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES 2018 � 19 SEASON

35 Performances Span Genres from Jazz & Classical
to World Music, Folk, Theater, Film & Dance
17 Residency Activities Throughout the Season
Launch of New Series in Weill Hall THE LOFT
Annual Benefit Event to Take Place 9/15/18.
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Fri 7/20

Open Studio - Fulton Crossing

5-8pm - Live Music. Free & open to the public.
Former Hollywood Art Director & Retoucher to the stars, visual artist Jeffrey Emmerson Davis has created a dynamic exhibit featuring rare & iconic images of the fab four. From the Silver Beatles to Yellow Submarine, Sgt. Pepper & more, Jeffrey offers brilliant colors to his bold & magnificent paintings as well as masterful black & white graphite drawings that scream with realism.
3 stunning Giclee reproductions will be given away to those present & entered in a free drawing. Experience the Beatles like never before.
Fulton Crossing
1200 River Rd, Fulton
(707) 536-3305

Fri 7/20

Sidemen - Sonoma

8-11pm - The Reel Fish Shop & Grill in Sonoma has fast become one of the best venues to hear local & touring bands and enjoy a fine meal & drinks from their full service bar. This is also a great place to hear "SIDEMEN" & dance to their funky grooves.
The Reel Fish Shop & Grill
401 Grove St., Sonoma
(707) 343-0044
Click here for details

Fri 7/20

LGBT events in Northern California's magnificent Sonoma Valley

Enjoy 3 full days of LGBT events in Northern California's magnificent Sonoma Valley - home to some of the world's most prestigious wines & wineries. Celebrate with world class wine, culinary delights, music, dancing in a private estate vineyard, VIP Receptions, wine tasting excursions, champagne brunch, wine auction, pool party in one of the most famous luxury wine destinations in the world.
Benefiting Face to Face, Sonoma County AIDS Network.
Click here for details

Fri 7/20

the Sheldon Bermont Trio - Petaluma

6-9pm - Two Nights: 7/20 & 7/27.
If you like a little Blues in your Jazz & a little Jazz in your Blues! Free aAmission
THE RIVERFRONT CAFÉ
Wher B St. meets the River.

Fri 7/20

tergenerational Family Meal - Sonoma

1pm - Join us at Vintage House in Sonoma Valley. After hearing that both our young people & seniors want to make connections across LGBTQ generations, we decided to create an event that everyone could enjoy.

RSVPS are encouraged but nor required. Lunch will be served & please bring a dish to share.
The Identity Project will be present to take portraits & discuss how we label our gender & sexuality. We also have activities to learn from each other to be a stronger LGBTQ community! If a young person needs a ride to go, let us know and we will get one for you.

Fri 7/20
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Sat 7/28

Olivers Windsor Tavern Event Calendar – July 2018

Tavern Friday Wine & Beer Events:
7/20 Cline Family Cellars Wine Tasting ($2 Fee)
7/27, 5-7pm Meet the Brewery: Track 7 Brewing Company ($1 Off Track 7 Pints).

Tavern Live Music Calendar:
EVERY FRIDAY, 11am-3on Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd

7/21, 4-6pm – JP Soden
7/28, 4-6pm – Bob McBain & Mike Z.

Olivers Market Windsor & the Tavern
9230 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor
(707) 687-2050
Click here for details

Fri 7/20
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Sun 7/29

Aladdin Jr. Spreckels, Rohnert Park

Presented by Spreckels Youth in Arts.
Show runs July 20-29.
Spreckels Performing Arts
5409 Snyder Lane,
(707) 588-3400
Click here for details

Fri 7/20
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Sun 7/29

2 Jr Productions - 6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa

6th Street Playhouse
52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa,
(707) 523-4185
TWO spectacular jr. productions led by our talented School of Drama actors. See some top-notch shows while showing them your support!

Teen Summer Musical: Mary Poppins Jr.
July 20-22

Kids Summer Musical: Alice in Wonderland Jr.
July 27-29

Fri 7/20
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Tue 7/31

Lend a Hand at Resource Center - Santa Rosa

Fridays from 8:30am-12:30pm.
Volunteers are needed.
(707) 573-3399
Click here for details

Fri 7/20
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Fri 8/31

Pop-Up Cocktail Bar

6-9pm - Held on FRIDAYS.
Featuring a limited menu of Great Women Spirits cocktails that will change weekly to highlight different aspects of the spirits.
Price: No additional charge, guests will simply pay per drink.
The Pool Café - Francis Ford Coppola Winery Geyserville
Click here for details
Click here for details

Fri 7/20
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Fri 8/31

Funky Fridays - Santa Rosa

Featuring Live Music each week!
5:30pm/Doors Open, 7pm/Showtime. Parking is Free.
Food, Wine & Beer will be available for purchase. Picnics are welcome, no outside alcohol permitted. Bring a low-back chair & blanket & grab a spot on the spacious lawn.
2018 Schedule
July 20 - Dylan Black Project
July 27 - Soul Fuse
August 3 - Frobeck
August 10 - The Jami Jamison Band
August 17 - Volker Strifler
August 24 - Soulshine
August 31 - Rock and Roll Rhythm Revue

This summer concert series is a non-profit FUNdraiser to benefit Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation.
Tickets: $10/Adults, Free/Under 18.
Hood Mansion
1450 North Pythian Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 833-6288
Click here for details

Fri 7/20
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Fri 9/28

Sebastiani Friday Night Music Series - Sonoma

6pm - Enjoy live music from a variety of talented musicians in our stunning tasting room!
"Food Truck Friday held the LAST FRIDAY of EACH MONTH.
389 4th St E, Sonoma
(707) 933-3230
Click here for details

Fri 7/20
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Fri 10/26

Occidental Farmers Market

FRIDAYS 4pm-Dusk (June - October)
3611 Bohemian Hwy., Occidental

Fri 7/20
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Fri 12/07

Karaoke at a Comedy Club, Santa Rosa

1st, 2nd & 3rd FRIDAY of the MONTH.
All levels welcome. Thousands of songs to choose.
Comedy show tickets awarded to audience favorites!

1 Drink Minimum. Great selection of local wine & beer. Comedy, Cafe offers Comedy, Dogs! Wisecracking Cheese Plates, Fresh Popped Popcorn & More! Free Parking. Easy to get to location in Santa Rosa. 21+.
THE LAUGH CELLAR
5755 Mountain Hawk, Santa Rosa
(707) 843-3824

Sat 7/21

Paws for a Cause - Sonoma

5:30-10pm - A Benefit for Pets Lifeline.
Tickets: $150/General, $200/VIP Stall.
Vintage Kennel Club
22071 Bonness Rd., Sonoma
(707) 996-4577 x110

Sat 7/21

5th Annual Surf Festival - Rio Nido

5-10pm - 5 Bay Area Surf Bands perform.
Tickets: $12-$15.
Rio Nido Roadhouse
(707) 869-0821

Sat 7/21

Oyster Shucking Workshop - Healdsburg

1-2:30pm - Chef Joel will explain the history, flavor profiles & preparation. Workshop includes fresh Pacific oysters for every participant to practice shucking & slurping, as well as an accompanying glass of bubbly. Shucking knives & gloves will be provided for use in the workshop. All participants will receive a 10% discount on purchases in SHED’s retail store the day of the event. Cost: $65/Per Person
Healdsburg SHED
25 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 431-7433
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Gualala Car Show

10am-4pm - Free to attend.
Gualala Arts Center
46501 Old State Hwy
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble! - Occidental

8pm - World class global fusion jazz ensemble led by renowned composer, pianist & santurist Mariah Parker,
Tickets: $22/Advance, $26/Door. Refreshments.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
(707) 874-9393
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Italian Summer Festa - Healdsburg

6pm - Multi-Course Meal prepared with wines at SIMI Winery. Tickets: $95/Per Person.
Simi Winery
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Car Show - In Memory of Lloyd Koonst - Santa Rosa

11am-4pm - Free to attend.
4930 Newanga Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 539-2521

Sat 7/21

Free Seminar - Oakland

Special Education Advocacy Workshop & Training
Free to attend.
Learn how to be your own advocate. An intense full day of training on Special Education Rights & Responsibilities.
Executive Inn & Suites Embarcadero Cove
1755 Embarcadero, Oakland
(707) 566-7600
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Mariah Parker’s Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble - Occidental

8pm - world class global fusion jazz ensemble led by renowned composer, pianist & santurist Mariah Parker, featuring Grammy award-winning woodwind virtuoso Paul McCandless, guitar master Matthew Montfort of Ancient Future, bassist & cellist Kash Killion (Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor) & global percussionist Ian Dogole. $22/Advance, $26/Door.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
(707) 874-9392
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Wine Country to the Rescue Auction & Dinner Dance - Geyserville

6-10pm - Food prepared under the watchful eyes of Northern Sonoma County Firefighters.
6-8pm = Dinner,
8pm - State Senator Mike McGuire will lead our Live Auction. Tickets: $75/Per Person.
Trentadue Winery
19170 Geyserville Ave.
(707) 433-3104
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Pop Fiction - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

2nd Annual Classic Car Show - Sebastopol

10am-3pm - Thye Sebastopol VFW Post 3919
will be selling Hot Dogs!
Sebastopol Vets Hall
282 South High St., Sebastopol
(707) 975-0661

Sat 7/21

3 Fabulous Workshops with Jared Ivy of Sigma Plus Sony Macro with Dave Rhodes - Santa Rosa

1. Shoot for the Stars - Night Sky Photography,
2. Travel Photography Turn Documenting into Storytelling,
3. Portraiture A Comprehensive Look

Make the most of a free Sony Macro lens test drive! Lens shooting stations will be set-up for you to try Sonys amazing Macro lenses. Whether you shoot an A6000 or a Sony A9 you will enjoy trying all the latest specialty close-up & macro lenses during this workshop.
Learn tips and tricks from Dave Rhodes, Sonys Photo Specialty Tech Rep.
Shutterbug Cameras
3011 Santa Rosa Ave.,
(707) 546-3456
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Morning Walk in the Garden - Glen Ellen

10am-12/Noon - Led by Quarryhill Docent Kathleen Aspenns. Final in a series of Garden Walks tied to the flowering cycles of our wild Asian flora. The sequence of walks has been carefully scheduled so participants can experience rare wild plants in full bloom, highlighting the energy of the season. For this walk it is the exuberant & fragrant roses & variety of colorful lilies that bloom as summer continues to unfold.
Fee: $12/General, $10/Members.
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Car Show - Sebastopol

10am-4pm - Free Event - All proceeds collected at our event will go to help local Veterans in need.
Veterans Memorial Bldg.,
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 281-7062

Sat 7/21

Tasting & Shucking Demo - Healdsburg

1-2:30pm - Explore the wonderful world of oysters with our culinary educator, Chef Joel. He will explain the history, flavor profiles & preparation of oysters & why they make the perfect appetizer for your next gathering. After you learn how to shuck & slurp, you’re sure to want to take home your own oyster knife or shucking kit & become a master shucker.

Workshop includes fresh Pacific oysters for every participant to practice shucking & slurping, as well as an accompanying glass of bubbly. Shucking knives & gloves will be provided for use in the workshop. All participants will receive a 10% discount on purchases in SHED’s retail store the day of the event. Tickets: $65/Per Person.
Healdsburg SHED
25 North St.,
(707) 431-7433
Click here for details

Sat 7/21

Los Tucanes de Tijuana - Rohnert Park

They have been one of the most significant groups in Latin American music for decades, garnering millions of album sales & rave reviews of their live performances.
Weill Hall & Lawn
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040

Sat 7/21

5th Annual Surf Music Festival

5-10pm - 5 Bands & Tiki Drink Specials going on all day!
Rio Nido Roadhouse
14540 Canyon 2 Rd., Guerneville
(707) 869-0821

Sat 7/21
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Sun 7/22

6th Annual Anderson Valley Barrel Tasting Weekend

11am-4pm each day. Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door of any participating winery.
Get access to winery cellars, taste yet-to-be-released wines & purchase futures of your favorites at a special barrel tasting weekend price! Discover new wineries, & enjoy a beautiful summer weekend in Mendocino's Pinot country!

Participating wineries feature previews of new wines, from Pinot Noir - Zinfandel, along with current releases. Attendees receive a logo glass & a wristband, which grants access to the events both days.
Click here for details

Sat 7/21
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Sun 7/22

Free Classes all Weekend - Shutterbug Camera Shop

Take advantage of our 50th Anniversary sale &
ONE DAY ONLY prices! Not only is this a weekend for amazing learning opportunities, its a weekend full of fabulous savings!
Shutterbug Camera Shop
3011-C Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa,
(707) 546-3456
http:www.//shutterbugcamerashops.com/

Sat 7/21
to
Sat 8/18

Summer Drive-In Series - Cloverdale

Doors Open: 6:30pm. Movie begins at dusk.

7/21 - BACK TO THE FUTURE on July 21st, and
8/18 - THE WIZARD OF OZ

$40/Car Tickets, $100/Passes for the Series. $12/Individual (bring your own chair), $30/Passes.
All ticket prices go up at the door.
Citrus Fair Fairgrounds
1 Citrus Fair Dr., Cloverdale
Click here for details

Sat 7/21
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Sat 9/29

Jazz at Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm - Come enjoy the real Jazz & friendly vibes of Healdsburg EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
No cover charge; drinks from the Spirit Bar & small plates from Dry Creek Kitchen are available.
Hotel Healdsburg Lobby & Spirit Bar
25 Matheson St., Healdsburg

Sat 7/21
to
Sun 10/28

Live Music on the Lawn Series at Viansa

11am-2pm - Features Local Bands EVERY Saturday & Sunday. Enjoy fresh pizza from the wood fired oven & visit the market place. Wine by the glass will be available for purchase.
Viansa Sonoma
25200 Arnold Dr., Sonoma
800-995-4740 x5

Sat 7/21
to
Mon 10/29

Live Music - Cotati

Happy Hour 1st Friday of the Month through October with live Music & Wine by the glass.

Music on the Patio Series - EVERY 3rd Saturday,
July-Oct with fun bands & beautiful views!
Karah Estate Vineyard
1010 W. Railroad Ave., Cotati
(707) 795-3030
Click here for details

Sat 7/21
to
Sat 11/24

Farmers Market - Healdsburg

EVERY SATURDAY 6/2-11/24
West Plaza Parking Lot
(707) 824-8717
Click here for details

Sun 7/22

Gnocchi Workshop - Healdsburg

11am-1:30pm - You will learn the art of making gnocchi & then enjoy the fruits of your labor with a light pasta lunch. This hands-on class will introduce participants to skills they can use at home. Gnocchi with vegetables is a classic, fresh dish perfect for summer entertaining or an intimate family dinner. Cost: $85/Per Person.
Shed
25 North St, Healdsburg
(707) 431-7433
Click here for details

Sun 7/22

ARTS for ALL GAla - Napa Valley

5:30pm - Featuring Kristin Chenoweth.
Raise your paddle high for the next generation at Festival Napa Valleys Arts for All Gala, Wine Countrys biggest arts charity event. Proceeds from the evening provide free & affordable access to world-class performances. Funds raised also support public school arts education programs in Napa County, scholarships for emerging musicians & the festivals tuition-free Blackburn Music Academy.

Ten vocal arts students selected from five Napa County public HS Choral Groups will join Ms. Chenoweth on stage to perform at the end of the program.

This years gala takes place at the magnificent HALL Winery in St. Helena, an art-filled estate that combines the best of the past & the future. With the majestic Mayacamas Mountains as their backdrop, guests will be treated to an elegant dinner prepared by the star culinary team from Meadowood & paired with extraordinary wines from HALL & WALT. The festivities cap off with a high-energy live auction featuring a dozen once-in-a-lifetime luxury lots.
Hall St., St. Helena
(707) 927-3874
Click here for details

Sun 7/22

DOUG MORTON & DEL SOL ENTERTAIN - MADRONA MANOR

3pm - Enjoy a Summer Concert in the garden of the elegant Madrona Manor. Joining Morton are Charity Goodin, vocalist; Rob Fordyce, bass & Brad McKeague, drums. Proceeds from the event benefit youth music education programs of the SR Symphony.
Tickets: $40/Per Person.

Attendees are encouraged to make dinner reservations after the show at the Michelin starred restaurant!
1001 Westside Rd, Healdsburg
Click here for details

Sun 7/22

Melissa Etheridge - Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series

5pm/Doors Open, 6pm/Show.
Rodney Strong Vineyards
11455 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg
(866) 779-4637
Click here for details

Sun 7/22

Corvette Club Swap Meet & Car Show - Santa Rosa

6am-1pm - Free Parking & General Admission.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 328-1095 or (707) 569-0214

Sun 7/22

Luthers Gardens Then & Now: An Afternoon with Rachel Spaeth, Garden Curator

3:30pm - Join Rachel for a tour of the Gardens & a discussion of what Luther Burbank was working on & what we are doing now. Rachels considerable knowledge & lively style will make this an event you won’t want to miss.

Rachel Spaeth, MS, has been associated with Luther Burbank Home & Gardens for 11 years in one capacity or another. She has been the Garden Curator since 2015, responsible for preserving & sharing Luthers work, with the assistance of Volunteer Gardeners. She is currently working on her PhD at UC Davis, studying the genetics of Luther Burbanks plums.
100 Santa Rosa Ave, Rm# 10, Santa Rosa

Sun 7/22

Third Rail - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Village Terrace
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sun 7/22

Free Movies on the Weill Lawn, Rohnert Park

3pm - Annie (2014) & The Greatest Showman
Join us for this musical double-feature.
Pack A picnic & lay out on the beautifully landscaped Weill Lawn, as we screen movies on our outdoor jumbotron. Concessions will be available for each showing. Parking: $5/Per Vehicle.
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040
Click here for details


Sun 7/22
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Sun 8/05

Live at Julliard - Santa Rosa

5-7pm - EVERY Sunday enjoy Music, Food & FUN!
Free Concert Series brings some of the Bay Area’s finest Bands to our backyard! Pack a picnic or purchase food from one of our tasty vendors.
Julliard Park
227 Santa Rosa Ave.,
Click here for details

7/22 Rainbow Girls, Folk & Blues
7/29 Onye and the Messengers, Afro World Beat
8/5 Anthony Presti & Tusslers, Outlaw Country Folk

Sun 7/22
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Fri 9/14

Movie Nights on the Square - Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa

Movies start at Dusk.
July 20, August 17 & September 14. The first two movies are confirmed to be �La La Land� & �Top Gun.�
These exciting events are sure to draw hundreds of community members to downtown, enjoying Courthouse Square in a whole new way.
(707) 545-1414

Sun 7/22
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Sun 10/28

West End Farmers Market - Santa Rosa

9:30am-2pm - SUNDAYS
Featuring locally grown & made products.
Enjoy local music and a beer and kombucha garden on the lawn at Depot Park. This is a wonderful event for Families & Children - & anyone who wants to stroll through the Historic Railroad Square shopping district & the Santa Rosa SMART station.
Free parking all day.
9 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 477-8422

Sun 7/22
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Sun 12/09

Windsor Certified Farmers Market

Open EVERY Sunday from 10am-1pm on the beautiful Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Dr. Windsor
Fresh produce, Flowers, Breads, Coffee, Seafood, Local Artists & more!

Mon 7/23

The Ideas Lab: Political Ideologies Panel​ - Santa Rosa

7-9pm - Occupy Sonoma County will present a panel of social philosophers discussing their beliefs
ranging from liberal democracy to socialism & anarchy. The panel will be moderated by Sonoma State University Sociology Professor Peter Phillips,
Peace & Justice Center
467 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa
​(707) 877-6650

Mon 7/23

The Ideas Lab: Political Ideologies Panel​ - Santa Rosa

7-9pm - Occupy Sonoma County will present a panel
of social philosophers discussing their beliefs
ranging from liberal democracy to socialism & anarchy. The panel will be moderated
by SSU Sociology Professor Peter Phillips,
founder of the Media Freedom Foundation & Project Censored.
Peace & Justice Center
467 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 877=6650
Click here for details

Mon 7/23
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Fri 7/27

Kids Art Camp - Sonoma

M-F, 9am-4pm - Students will learn Pottery techniques & make functional Art pieces.
276 E Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 938-4626
Click here for details

Mon 7/23
to
Fri 7/27

Youth Citizens Police Academy

9am-3pm - You must be between the ages of 16-18 years of age, a resident who live or attends school in Santa Rosa, earn a 2.0 GPA or better and have no felony convictions.
A First hand opportunity to learn the types of duties and responsibilities of police officers and police staff.
965 Sonoma Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3600
Click here for details

Mon 7/23
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Fri 7/27

SRJC PETALUMA TO HOST FREE SUMMER CYBER SECURITY CAMP

Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma will host 2 week-long Cybersecurity Camps this Summer for High School Students.

Session 2/Level 2 - July 23-July 27, 9am�3pm (requires completion of Level 1 either this or last year). Each session features 5 days of FREE introductory cybersecurity training in a fun, interactive environment. Topics include hacking prevention, system hardening, access control & system protection. Every 5-day program ends with team competitions & awards.
Click here for details
Admission: Free - includes Lunch & Snacks.

Mon 7/23
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Mon 7/30

Museum Mondays - Schulz Museum

10am-12/Noon - Last Monday of the Month
Enjoy stories, movement games, arts & craft activities.
Click here for details

Mon 7/23
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Fri 8/03

Girls Tinker Academy

July 23-26 &July 30 and August 2, 2018, 8am–3pm
 
SSU Makerspace, 2nd floor Schulz Library
(707)  755-5722
 
Academy Instructors & SSU students will be assisting & serving as mentors.
Cost: FREE
Eligibility:
To be eligible for the Girls Tinker Academy, students must:
• Be current middle school students (entering 7th, 8th, or 9th grade in August 2018).
• Attend a middle school in Sonoma County.
 
Application:
To be considered for participation, the following must be submitted:
1. Girls Tinker Academy Summer 2018 Application (personal data and personal statement)
2. Recommendation from Math or Science Teacher

Tue 7/24

Tuesday Night Kids Movies Series - Windsor

Cars 3 - 15 minutes after Sunset. Cost: Free.
Enjoy a showing of the film Wonder & a pre-show Summer Reading Kick-off.
Windsor Town Green
Click here for details

Tue 7/24

Stars Under the Stars - Outddoor Film Festival - St. Francis Winery, Santa Rosa

7pm - "The Wedding Singer" - Starring Adam Sandler & Drew Berrymore (1998)
Pre-show concert by: Band Camp
Admission & Popcorn are Complimentary!
Wine & Food available for purchase.
St. Francis Winery
100 Pythian Rd at Hwy. 12, Santa Rosa
(707) 538-9463
Click here for details

Tue 7/24

Pampering Girls Night Out - Santa Rosa

6-8pm - Refreshments, Gift Bags & Mini-facials
with Rodan + Fields consultant Jill Scherer.
SISTERS
2700 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa
RSVP: (707) 543-8422
Click here for details

Tue 7/24

Back Lot BBQ & Beer Games - Epicenter

6-9pm - Join us for BBQ & Beer Games to celebrate the Summer! Dinner includes BBQ chicken, Hot Dogs, Potato Salad, Pasta Salad, Corn on the Cob, Watermelon Slices, Water or a Non-Alcoholic beverage. Beer & Wine will be sold separately at a cash only bar. Activities: Corn Hole, Ladder Ball & Beer/Water Pong. All ages are welcome! Fee: $14.
Epicenter (south parking lot).
3215 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa

Tue 7/24
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Fri 7/27

Sonoma County Traveling Fair

http://www.sonomacountyfair.com

Wednesday Night Market, 7/18, 5-8:30pm.
Downtown Santa Rosa, Corner of 4th & D Streets

Rohnert Park Farmers Market, 7/20, 5-8pm.
Rohnert Park Library Parking Lot,
500 City Center Drive, Rohnert Park

Sonoma, 7/24, 4-8pm - Sonoma Plaza

Petaluma Certified Farmers’ Market, 7/25, 4:30-8pm
Theater District - 2nd St (between B & D Streets)

Parks Make Life Better Bash!, 7/27, 4-7pm.
Howarth Park, 630 Summerfield Rd, Santa Rosa.

Tue 7/24
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Tue 7/31

Redwood Writers Hot Summer Nights

7-8pm - Held on Tuesdays in July: 24, & 31. These 4 free Evening events introduce local authors. Meet your next favorite book or author! Free to attend.
Copperfield’s Books
Montgomery Village, Santa Rosa,
775 Village Court

Tue 7/24
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Tue 8/28

New TUESDAY Healdsburg Farmers Market

9am-1pm - Healdsburg Plaza
Featuring a wide variety of Fruits & Vegetables, as well as Flowers, Cheeses, Honey, Olive Oil, Bread, Wild Fish, Pasture-Finished Meat & Fresh Eggs, the market celebrates the agricultural heritage of this beautiful area. Also available Delicious Cooked Food, Packaged Food Products, Beautiful, Handmade Crafts & more!

Tue 7/24
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Tue 9/25

Farmers Market - Sonoma

Every Tuesday Evening from 5:30pm-Dusk.
Fruit, Vegetables, Live Music, Food Trucks, Local Artists, Ice Cream, Hot Drinks, Beer, Wine, Plenty of Lawn to Picnic.
Sonoma Plaza

Tue 7/24
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Tue 11/27

Nutty Bar and Restaurant Trivia Night

Join the Nutty Bar & Restaurant every Tuesday night at 8pm for trivia with DJ Trivia! Get quizzed on a wide variety of categories, including some original content. Great for all ages and prizes are available for first, second and third places. The Nuttys trivia hosts will show you an awesome time so get your best brains together every Tuesday!
Click here for details

Tue 7/24
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Mon 12/31

Forestville Farmers Market

4-7pm - Held EVERY TUESDAY.
Family fun & the freshest produce the local area has to offer! Specialty food items, beverages, including wine, beer, artisan gifts: jewelry, beauty products, clothing & gift items; lively music. FREE to attend.
Forestville Downtown Park
6990 Front St, Forestville
Please Note: Tues., July 3 will move to
Wed. July 4. Holiday Pig Roast, Oysters, Hamburgers & Hotdogs! Beer & Wine, 2-Bands: Joy Ride & Dog Gone Ounery. Face Painting for the kids.
(707) 481-3565 or (707) 887-2561

Wed 7/25
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Wed 8/08

Fire Recovery Community Workshops - Sonoma County

The County of Sonoma encourages residents to participate in workshops that will gather public input to shape the Recovery & Resiliency Plan to ensure the safety, livelihoods & economic prosperity of the residents of Sonoma County.

Workshops will include facilitated small group discussion sessions where residents will be encouraged to share their ideas & vision for each of the 5 strategy areas, including Community Preparedness & Infrastructure, Housing, Economy, Natural Resources & Safety Net Services.
The input collected at the workshops will be published & available for individuals, organizations & municipalities to use in additional recovery planning.
Click here for details

Meetings: 6–8pm.
July 25: Petaluma Community Center
320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

August 2: Finley Community Center
2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa

August 8: Veterans Building
126 First St., Sonoma.

Thu 7/26

Wonder Bread 5 - Montgomery Village

5:30pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Thu 7/26

A VERY 80s MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM THE RAVEN!

The Raven Players presents Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, outdoors at Seghesio Family Vineyards in Healdsburg.

This take on the Bard’s classic is set in Athens, Georgia in 1986. Warring fairies, a talent challenged theatre troupe, mixed up lovers, magic & more. It’s a fun tribute to the foibles we humans succumb to when in love. As Puck says, “Lord, what fools these mortals be!”

Bring blankets, camp chairs, picnics & enjoy join us outdoors, under the stars, at Seghesio Family Vineyards in Healdsburg.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream plays July 26 - August 11, Thursday - Saturday evenings.
Click here for details

Thu 7/26

Ice Cream Social - Santa Rosa

11am-2pm - Enjoy a great day outside with a full-service ice cream buffet including a variety of flavors, toppings & fun! For ages 50+.
Pre-Registration Required. $5/Members, $8/Non-Members.
Finley Community Center
2060 W. College Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3745
Click here for details

Thu 7/26

The Cinema Travellers - Sebastopol

7pm - Screenings
Tickets: $10/SCA Members; $12/General.

A journey with the traveling cinemas of India, which bring the wonder of the movies to faraway villages annually. 7 decades on, as their lorries & cinema projectors crumble & film reels become scarce, their audiences are lured away by slick digital technology. Filmed over 5 years, The Cinema Travellers accompanies a shrewd exhibitor, a benevolent showman & a maverick projector mechanic who bear a beautiful burden—to keep the last traveling cinemas of the world running.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
(707) 829-4797
282 South High St., Sebastopol
Click here for details

Thu 7/26

Kayaking Skills - Healdsburg

3-6pm - For kids ages: 7-13 learning skills & water safety. Fee: $15, Parking: $7/Per Vehicle.
Riverfront Regional Park
7821 Eastside Rd.
Click here for details

Thu 7/26

107th Annual Monte Rio Variety Show

Tickets: $30/Per Person.
You are invited to bring your lawn & beach chairs on the day of the show. On the morning of the show, Thursday, July 26th CHAIR SET UP starts at 7am. Chair set up is on a first come, first served basis. The gates close at 3pm & reopen at 4:30pm when BBQ, Desserts & the No-Host Wine & Beer Bars Open.
Click here for details

Fri 7/27

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6pm/Street Fair, 6:30pm/Live Music
Shinyribs - Swamp Funk
Downtown Cloverdale
Click here for details

Fri 7/27

Friday Nights at the Schulz Museum

6-9pm - Pies & Pints
Get your sweet tooth on with savory & sweet pies paired with local craft brews from St. Florians Brewery. Then, get in the directors seat to create your own animated movies & make live-action photo flip books with A Flying Camera.
Advanced tickets required.
(707) 284-1297
Click here for details
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa

Fri 7/27

Parks Make Life Better! Bash - Howarth Park, Santa Rosa

4-7pm - To celebrate & acknowledge the 950 acres of parks, trails & community spaces that make up Santa Rosa -- Recreation & Parks is throwing a celebration & admission to the event is FREE!

Learn more about Recreation & Parks programs and services through hands on activities!
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 7/27

Twilight Hike - Sonoma

7-8pm - Explore Trails at Dusk during a free, slow-pace, 1-mile hike.
Meet in the Vallejo Home Parking Lot 363 3rd Street.
Sonoma State Historic Park
(707) 938-9547

Fri 7/27

Healdburg Art Festival

7/27, 5– 9:30pm (Art After Dark)
7/28, 10am–6pm, 7/29, 10am–3pm.
Artists Booths, Demonstrations, Kids & Community Art Zone, Live Entertainment, Food & Wine.
Held on the Plaza Square.

Fri 7/27

Celebrate friYay with Gia Wines - Geyserville

7-10pm - Pool Party. Shrimp Rolls. Corn dDogs. Nachos. Grilled Corn. Arcade Games. Myles Hendrik silent disco. Neon bocce ball. And the awesome wheel of deals!

Admission includes access to the pool (yes, it’s heated), a towel for the evening, 4 wine tickets & an abundance of carnival style food. Seating around the pool will be on a first come, first serve basis. Want guaranteed poolside seating along with a private cabine.

Hollywood’s rising star Myles Hendrik will be in the house providing a sizzling soundtrack at the silent disco in our pavilion. (So bring your dancing shoes.) Cost: $50/plus tax per person
Reservations are required. 21+.
300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville
(707) 857-1471

Fri 7/27
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Fri 8/24

Evening Prayer off the Square - Sonoma

6:30-7pm - Join us for the Special Summer Event.
Please bring a finger food to share. Beverages provided.
Repeat on 8/24.
Trinity Episcopal Church
275 East Spain St.,
Click here for details

Sat 7/28

Johnny Vegas & The High Rollers - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sat 7/28

The Salvation Army of Petaluma CARe Show

10ma-3pm - Free Event, Food, Music & Lots More!
Casa Grance High School
333 Casa Grande Rd., Petaluma
(707) 769-0716

Sat 7/28

VEGAS Under the Stars - Windsor

6-10pm - Presented by The Windsor Education Foundation. Enjoy an evening of celebration with Entertainment, Gaming Tables, Live Music, Photo Booth & more!
Charlies Grill at Windsor Golf Course
1320 19th Hole Dr.
(707) 328-9719
Click here for details

Sat 7/28

Blues at the Green - Rohnert Park

2pm - Saxophonist Maceo Parker embodies the legacy of Soul, Blues & Funk like no other musician, having collaborated with seminal icons like James Brown, George Clinton & Prince. Joining him for this 3rd Annual Blues at the Green is Louisiana based singer/songwriter Eric Lindell & the Grand Nationals, as well as the daughter of blues Icon Taj Mahal, powerhouse vocalist, Deva Mahal.

SPECIAL EVENT: Blues & Brews
$15 in addition to your concert ticket, you can enjoy unlimited tastes of some of Lagunitas’ superb, lesser-known craft offerings.
Tasting begins at 12:30pm on the Prelude Wedding Lawn & runs until show time.
Weill Hall & Lawn
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040

Sun 7/29

Denise Perrier - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Village Terrace
*Performing with the Michael Brandeburg Jazz Trio.
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
http:/www.mvshops.ocm

Sun 7/29

Sunday Crusie - Petaluma

11am-2pm - Free to attend.
Classic Cars, Fish & Chips, Classic Oldies, Rock Music, Free Raffle & Presentation of the Sunday Sundae Cup.
Fourth & Sea
101 4th St., Petaluma
(707) 623-3219
Click here for details

Sun 7/29

Outdoor Native Craft Fair - Santa Rosa

10am-4pm.
California Indian Museum & Cultural Center
5250 Aero Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-3004

Sun 7/29

Annual Elegant Flea on the Green - Windsor

9am-2pm - Vendors will be selling antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, shabby chic, & mid-century recycled & repurposed furniture & more.
Click here for details

Sun 7/29

High Tea Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

2:30-4:30pm - Enjoy fancy tea, assortment of sandwiches, scones, pastries & signature cookies.
We are raising funds to further improve the lives of Sonoma County Residents affected by Sclerosis.
Ticket Donation: $40/Per Person.
Tudor Rose English Tea
733 4th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 849-0695

Sun 7/29

Free Community Concert with Mariachi Campaña Nevín & the Symphony

5pm - Gates Open for Pre-Concert Picnicing
7pm - Show.
The SR Symphony & SSU jointly present their Free Community Concert with Mariachi Campaña Nevín & the Symphony.
Weill Hall & Lawn at the Green Music Center.
(707) 546-8742
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Sun 7/29

Sidemen - Fairfax

4-7pm - The music is Funky, Latiny, Jazzy & Bluesy.
Our Special Guest, will be long time Huey Lewis saxophonist, Rob Sudduth.
19 Broadway Night Club, Fairfax
415) 459-0293
Click here for details

Sun 7/29

Devil's Darlin's 31st Annual Car Show

9am-3pm - American Cars made 1959 & earlier.
2pm - Awards.
126 First St., West, Sonoma
(707) 938-2485

Sun 7/29
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Sun 10/28

Breakfast at Breathless - Healdsburg

9:30am-1:30pm - Breakfast at Breathless -
LAST SUNDAY of EACH MONTH.
Enjoy an authentic sweet or savory French Crepe from Brittany Crepes & a glass of bubbles at our tasting room & garden.
Breathless Wines
499 Moore Lane, Healdsburg
(707) 395-7300
Click here for details

Tue 7/31

Health Care Conference - Santa Rosa

7:30am - Registration, 8-11L30am - Program
Presented by The North Bay Business Journal.
$70/Per Person, $715/Table of 10
Continental Breakfast provided.
Building a Resilient, Healthy Community!
Hyatt Regency
Click here for details

Tue 7/31

Tuesday Night Kids Movies Series - Windsor

Coco - 15 minutes after Sunset. Cost: Free.
Enjoy a showing of the film Wonder & a pre-show Summer Reading Kick-off.
Windsor Town Green
Click here for details

Tue 7/31

Stars Under the Stars - Outdoor Film Festival - St., Francis Winery, Santa Rosa

7pm - "Jaws" - Starring Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw & Richard Dreyfuss (1975)
Pre-show concert by: Z & The Benders
Admission & Popcorn are Complimentary!
Wine & Food available for purchase.
St. Francis Winery
100 Pythian Rd at Hwy. 12, Santa Rosa
(707) 538-9463
Click here for details

August

Wed 8/01

Dine & Donate - Santa Rosa

A Team Hope Event to FIGHT CANCER.
Taking Place ALL Day!
Mention Team Hope/ACS will receive 15% off guest check before tax.
Gus Cafe & Grill
722 Village Court, Santa Rosa

Wed 8/01

Hall of Flowers Preview Party - Santa Rosa

7:30pm - Enjoy Appetizers, Wine & Networking
$35/Per Person.
Join us for a special sneak preview of this year's Hall of Flower's exhibits. Network with other businesses, support local agriculture students, sip on Sonoma County wines, dine on appetizers & more. All proceeds benefit the Hall of Flowers Scholarship Fund.
This year the Hall of Flowers theme is "The Seasons of Sonoma". All of our gardens will feature the beautiful & diverse regions we are home to. From the rugged coastal bluffs to the majestic redwoods, from the autumn vineyards to the iconic oak studded hills, we will showcase what makes "Sonoma Strong". A new addition to the Hall of Flowers this year, is a stage that will feature live local entertainment. You can enjoy the scenery and while listening to some amazing music.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-4200
Click here for details

Wed 8/01
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Sat 8/04

Book Sale - Healdsburg

Sponsored by the Friends of the Healdsburg Library
Members Only, Join at the door $5/year (no scanners 1-3pm).
Thurs. & Fri., Aug. 2 & 3, 10am-6pm
Open to the Public; Sat., Aug 4, 10am-4pm.
$6 Bag Sale – Free Bag to Teachers, bring your own bags. Quality Books $2, Children’s Books, DVDs & Music CDs.
Special & Gift Books sold in Wine Library at various prices, Open to the Public, Aug. 1-3.
All proceeds support the Library.
139 Piper St.,
(707) 433-3772

Thu 8/02

2nd Annual Wine & Weed Symposium - Santa Rosa

Featuring experts from both industries, will present & upadte attendees on the latest rules & regulations as they are unfolding & examine what impact they may have on wine.
Hyatt Regency, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Thu 8/02

Sonoma County Fair, Santa Rosa

Theme: "Salute To Heroes" Fair & Carnival.
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa

Community Theater will be bursting with talent! You won't want to miss a single performance & you won't have to - Concerts are FREE with Fair Admission.

August 2: Queen Nation 7:30pm,
August 3: Batalla De Bandas 7pm,
August 4: Blues Festival** including Carolyn Wonderland, Grady Champion & Joe Louis Walker at 5pm,
August 5: Domingo de Fiesta de Ismael Gallegos, Uri Ceballos, con Mariachi & Ballet Folkorico at 7pm,
August 6: John Michael Montgomery 7:30pm,
August 7: Blood Sweat & Tears 7:30pm,
August 8: Super Diamond 7:30pm,
August 9: La Raza Obrera Del Gurrumino y El Viejito 7:30pm,
August 10: Sawyer Brown 7:30pm,
August 11: Elvis Singing Contest at 8pm,
August 12: Arkangel R-15 7pm.

Thu 8/02

I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE! AT THE RAVEN

The Raven Players presents I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, the North Bay premiere of a brand new updated version of the popular comedy musical revue.

4 Actors play multiple roles in this celebration of dating, mating & the twists, turns & tangles of modern relationships. Presented in an intimate cabaret setting at the Raven.

Songs include “Better Things to Do Than You,” “The Lasagna Incident,” & “When a Man Texts a Woman.”
Join us August 2 – 19 at the Raven Performing Arts Theater in Healdsburg.
Click here for details

Thu 8/02

Rockin' the River: Community Concerts at the Guerneville Plaza

7-8:30pm - Held Every other Thursday.
A Family-friendly, dancin'-in-the-street party!

8/2 - LUVPLANET
American Rock n' Roll
Click here for details

The Russian River Farmers' Market operates nearby on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday, May - Sept. from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Rd & Armstrong Woods Rd.
(707) 869-9403
Click here for details

Thu 8/02

Wine Country Horse Racing - Sonoma County

Augusst 2-5 & August 9-12.
Click here for details

Thu 8/02
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Sun 8/12

Wine Country Racing - Santa Rosa

Races: Thursday - Sunday (August 2-5 & 9-12) during the Fair, which runs August 2–12.
Both weeks, post time is 1:15pm on Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays & 3:15pm on Fridays.
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 284-4484
Click here for details

Thu 8/02
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Thu 11/01

TED Talks: big ideas & lively discussions

2-3:30pm - EVERY 1st Thursday of the Month; Love no matter what by Andrew Solomon. Facilitated discussion to follow by Dr. Jon Jackson.
Free/Wisdom Counts members, $5/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Fri 8/03

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6pm/Street Fair, 6:30pm/Live Music
Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings - Blues Slide Guitar
Downtown Cloverdale
Click here for details

Fri 8/03

As You Are Show - Sebastopol

3:30-5pm - A way to experience & enjoy ourselves as a community. It’s a local talk show that playfully & creatively focuses on the members of the audience’s lives today. The Sonoma West Times and News says, “As You Are is a new talk show that builds connections between strangers”.
$5/Members, $8/Non-Members
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Fri 8/03

Hawaiian Lion Golf Tournament - Windsor

11am - Check-in,
1pm - Shotgun,
6pm - Reception & Dinner
$125/Per Player in advance, $150/Door,
$50/Dinner Only.
Includes Golf, Green Fees, Cart, Range Balls, BBQ/Drinks, Dinner & Gift.
Windsor Golf Club
Click here for details

Fri 8/03
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Sat 8/04

Nostalgia Days & Friday Night Car Cruise - Novato

5:45-8pm - Free Event!
Hundreds of cars will cruise through the streets of Downtown Novato to throngs of spectators!
Saturday 10am-5pm - Get up close and check out the amazing autos on display.
(415) 599-6880

Sat 8/04

Hot Rod Show & BBQ - Forestville

11am-3pm - Competition & Fundraiser.
Show & Shine Cars, Motorcycles, Tractors & Trucks!
Winners judged public attending. Prizes awarded after. BBQ Chili, Music, Raffle
Forestville Youth Park
7045 Mirabel Rd.,
(707) 321-0056
Click here for details

Sat 8/04

Fleetwood Mask /Unauthorized Rolling Stones - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sat 8/04

Fall Food Gardening - Sebastopol

10:30am–12:30pm - Speaker(s): UC Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County Food Garden Specialists

August is an ideal month to begin planting your fall food garden. We will talk about best practices for the west county food garden. “Fall into Food Gardening” will address
integrated pest management, planting a nutritious fall/winter garden (including container food
gardening) & the benefits of cover crops.
Bring your questions & join us.
Sebastopol Regional Library
7140 Bodega Avenue, Sebastopol
Click here for details

Sat 8/04

HEALDSBURG ROTARY ANNUAL MAX DUNN MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNEY

8:30am - Tee Off,
The event benefits the local “My Body is Healthy” program for Healdsburg Students.
“My Body is Healthy” is an educational program that teaches Healdsburg students routines that will promote active lifestyles & beneficial eating habits. This program allows students to adopt healthful attitudes that are advantageous for rest of their lives.

A fun coed scramble event will have a shotgun start with a multitude of prizes, including:
prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive & a $10,000 hole-in-one prize!
Entrance Fee: $100/per player covers 18 holes of golf, a golf cart, refreshments, lunch, a hosted bar, a silent auction & a raffle, following the golf.
Healdsburgs Golf Club, Taymen Park
(707) 494-4948

Sat 8/04

2nd Annual NorCal Brew Fest - Santa Rosa

1-4pm - Enjoy unlimited tastes of over 50 beers & ciders. Feel the trackside thrill of Wine Country Horse Racing. Play lawn games & listen to FREE live music at the Sonoma County Fair!
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-4200
Click here for details

Sat 8/04

11th Annual Petaluma Music Festival

Keeping Music in the Schools!
Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds
Click here for details

Sat 8/04

Sonoma County RCU Shred-a-Thon

9am-12/Noon.
Redwood Credit Union
3033 Cleveland Ave. Santa Rosa

Sat 8/04

Rattletrap Revival Car Show - Valley Ford

1-6pm - Music, Vendors, Pedal Car, Raffle, Pinup Contest, Food & Beer. $5/Admission
Valley Ford Ranch
14375 School Rd., Valley Ford
(707) 695-0802

Sat 8/04
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Sun 10/07

Golden Spike Celebration & Grand Opening - Santa Rosa

Families are invited to a Golden Spike Celebration at Youth Community Park & to be among the first to enjoy double the train riding experience! Redwood Empire Live Steamers Interactive Museum has just completed a 1,000-foot, back loop track expansion that doubles the length of track, taking train riders beyond the existing waterfall loop & into the back, wooded section of the park.

The Grand Opening & �Driving of the Golden Spike� begins at noon.
Youth Community Park in Santa Rosa
1701 Fulton Rd., Santa Rosa
followed by free train rides until 4pm.

Operating Days/Hours - Noon-4pm, Sat. & Sun.
August 4 & 5
September 1 & 2
October 6 & 7

Sat 8/04
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Sat 12/01

Snoopys Skate Party - Snoopys Home Ice

7:30-9pm - 1st Saturday of every Month.
Teens aged 12-15. Live DJ on-ice lounge, games & food are a part of what makes the night so fun!
Click here for details

Sun 8/05

Perfect Pairing: Wisdom & Wine

2-4pm - Led in perfect pairing by Reb Irwin Keller & Rabbi George Gittleman & sampling the wines of St. Francis Winery and Vineyards. This last session of "Perfect Pairing" asks the question that arises in our story of the Garden of Eden: ayeka – "Where Are You?" This is an ongoing question for every individual in every generation. In the trajectory of your life, of who you want to be, how you want to be - where are you?
We will look at a couple moments in Torah & pose this question to ourselves & each other. COST: $35/Per Person - Includes 3 wines, light cheese pairing, community & conversation.
St. Francis Winery and Vineyard
100 Pythian Road @ Hwy 12, Santa Rosa
(415) 847-2992
Click here for details

Sun 8/05

Gator Nation - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sun 8/05

Free Movies on the Weill Lawn, Rohnert Park

3pm - The Lion King & Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Parking: $5/Per Vehicle.
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Sun 8/05
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Sun 8/12

Derby Dog Dash - Santa Rosa

Aug. 5th & Aug. 12th.
This beloved event offers all the competition & pageantry of horse racing on a much smaller scale.
Held at the Racing Grandstand on the Fairgrounds.
(707) 545-4200
Click here for details

Tue 8/07

City of Rohnert Park National Night Out

Presented by The Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety.
475 City Center Plaza, Rohnert Park
(707) 584-2600

Wed 8/08
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Wed 9/12

Movie Matinee - Sebastopol

1pm - EVERY 2nd Wednesday Grab Lunch at the Senior Center beforehand, then relax with movie & popcorn. Popcorn provided; drinks for purchase. FEATURING: Battle of the Sexes (2017).
Suggested donation: $2/Members, $5/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Thu 8/09

Slim Man - Montgomery Village

5:30pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Fri 8/10

Emergency Recognition Workshop - Sebastopol

3:30-5pm - What would you do if you found a loved one unresponsive? What are the signs & symptoms of a heart attack? When should you call 911?
Get the answers to these questions & more during this workshop! Other topics covered include Hands Only CPR demonstrations & practice, signs & symptoms of strokes, diabetic emergencies, seizures, as well as common home hazards. Free/Wisdom Counts Members, $5/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Fri 8/10

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6pm/Street Fair, 6:30pm/Live Music
The Nightowls - Vintage Soul
Downtown Cloverdale
Click here for details

Fri 8/10

Jews-Blues-Sufi - Boyes Hot Springs

7pm/Doors Open, 8pm/Music & Dancing.
A love battle of the cultures where Jazz meets Raga featuring Earl Blue, Sukhawat Ali Khan, Steve Shain, Gurdeep Hira Singh with special appearances by Dante w/Polynesian Meat Flute & Rabbi Moisha w/Hebrew Chants, sound by Pete Carlson, plus former Sonoma Mayor Ken Brown will be the MC,
Tickets: $10/Advance, $15/Door.
Beer, Wine, Coffee, Tea, healthy
Soft Drinks & Cookies will be available for purchase.
Community Meeting Room
(formally the Sonoma Grange Hall)
18627 Hwy 12 in Boyes Hot Springs
(707) 938-8623

Fri 8/10

The Comedy of Errors - The Cannery Ruins

Shakespeare’s first & shortest play is a farcical onslaught of mistaken identities, fateful romance & family reunions. Not one but two sets of long-separated twins form the springboard to much confusion, slapstick & surprise as a family that once was lost, but now is found in a strange, possibly haunted & madly wonderful land!

Parking lot entrance through 6th Street Playhouse, 52 W. 6th St.,
6th Street Playhouse
(707) 523-4185 x1

Sat 8/11

Summer of Love/Bag Bad Boogie Rock - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sat 8/11

45th Annual Gravenstein Apple Fair - Sebsstopol

10am-6pm both days.
Ragle Ranch Park
500 Ragle Rd., Sebastopol
(707) 837-8896

Sat 8/11

Cultivate the Next Generation - Windsor

3-8pm - BBQ & FUNdraiser
Silent & Live Auction, Music & Dinner
Richards Grove & Saralees Vineyard, Windsor
(707) 584-9284
Click here for details

Sat 8/11

Volker Strifler - Blues, Roots, Rock, Jazz & Latin Rhythms - Healdsburg

Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets & beach umbrellas to enjoy the music from our beautiful Tasting Room Lawn or Deck. Snacks & Food will be available for purchase.
Tickets: $10/Per Person, Free/Club Members & 1 Guest.
Geyser Peak Winery
2306 Magnolia Drive, Healdsburg
(707) 857-2500
Click here for details

Sat 8/11

Hat Day at the Races - Santa Rosa

12:30 - Tickets: $65/Per Person, $600/Table of 8.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Click here for details

Sat 8/11

6th Annual Artsy Dogs of Kokomo - Healdsburg

11am-4pm - Come paint with us & support homeless pets in need. Please join Paws for Love for a day of Dogs, Art, Wine, Adoptions & Fun!

And for a small donation of $25, Ellyn will be on hand to assist your Best Friend in creating an original painting especially for you.
Admission is FREE
Enjoy Wine tasting,
Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome to attend!
BBQ’d Hotdogs & Sausages available by donation
Proceeds benefit the Paws for Love Foundation.
Kokomo Winery
4791 Dry Creek Rd.
(at Timber Crest Farms) Healdsburg
(707)799-6151
Click here for details

**Sonoma Co. Animal Services & Green Dog Rescue will be on site with dogs for adoption!

Sat 8/11

MHS 60th Birthday Celebratiion & Car Show Fundsraiser - Santa Rosa

10:30am-2:30pm - Cars, Food & Music
Hosted by MHS Alumni Foundation.
Prizes for Best of Show, 1st Place & 2nd Place.
Montgomery High School
1250 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-6764

Sat 8/11
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Sun 8/12

The Great Train Days

Sat., 8/11 - 9am-4pm, Sun., 8/12 - 9am-3pm.
Join the Redwood Empire Garden Railway Society at the Children's Museum of Sonoma County as they show off their model trains & buildings.
Build your own train tracks in Mary's Garden, listen to train music, or hear a story about trains. Climb aboard the Live Steamers ride-on train ($2 per ride).
1835 W. Steele Lane Santa Rosa

Sat 8/11
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Sun 8/12

13th Annual Railroad Square Sidewalk Sale

9am-5pm - Find Vintage Clothing, Collectibles, Antique Books, Dolls, Vintage Linens, Art Work.
Welfare League Shop
126 4th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 542-7480

Sun 8/12

Vamos Afuera: Aventura en la Laguna

5:30-8:30pm - A Spanish Language event with LandPaths
A family adventures at the Laguna de Santa Rosa! Enjoy some light snacks & a brief overview of the Laguna & LandPaths at Heron Hall. After an engaging tour of the native plant landscape & childrens playscape, we will walk across the hayfields to Irwin Creek & Lower Stone Farm where we will explore streamside restoration, birdwatch & look for signs of the abundant wildlife. Ending with a picnic meal (bring your own) together.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277

Sun 8/12

Mixed Nuts - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Village Terrace
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sun 8/12
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Sun 8/12

Cars & Coffee - Coddingtown Mall

8-10am - EVERY 2nd SUNDAY of the MONTH.
Free for everyone & the kids love it!
Bring your favorite classic car, exotic or rat rod! Or, just be a spectator.
Coddingtown Mall
(In front of Starbucks Coffee)
733 Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa

Tue 8/14

Harold & Maude - Sebastopol

6:30-9pm - Presented by Final Passages’ - A monthly Film & Discussion
Suggested Donations: $5-$15 at the Door.
An offbeat 1971 cult classic comedy Starring Ruth Gordon & Bud Cort; soundtrack by Cat Stevens.
Twenty-ish Harold is young, rich & obsessed with death, faking his own (sometimes gruesome) suicide to try to get a reaction from his distant & preoccupied mother & attending the funerals of strangers. At one of these funerals he meets Maude, about to turn 80 years old, who is is obsessed with living.
Sebastopol Grange Hall

Thu 8/16

Rockin' the River: Community Concerts at the Guerneville Plaza

7-8:30pm - Held Every other Thursday.
A Family-friendly, dancin'-in-the-street party!

8/16 - SAN FRANCISCO AIRSHIP
Jefferson Airplane Evolution
Click here for details

The Russian River Farmers' Market operates nearby on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday, May - Sept. from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Rd & Armstrong Woods Rd.
(707) 869-9403
Click here for details

Fri 8/17

Sandman Summer Nights - Santa Rosa

6-9pm - Food Truck: "The Bodega," featuring California Street Food-inspired menus that use locally sourced seasonal offerings.
Click here for details

Music: Pangea FC bringing their global vibe to the Sandman. A staple of the SF music scene for over a decade, their infectious brand of world grooves has one mission: bringing people together through the pulse & rhythm of music.
Click here for details
The Sandman
3421 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 293-2100

Fri 8/17

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6pm/Street Fair, 6:30pm/Live Music
The Stone Foxes - Rock and Roll
Downtown Cloverdale
Click here for details

Fri 8/17

The Peter Welker Sextet, featuring Deborah Winters

Show: 6-8:30pm.
Yao Ming Family Winery from 6:00 to 8:30. This is a very fun "hang" as the owner is the legendary NBA star from China, Yao Ming. He stands 7 ft 6 inches & is in the NBA Hall Of Fame. His wines are fantastic & the staff there is so friendly & helpful.
(707) 968-5874

Fri 8/17

I Love the 90s Tour - Rohner Park

Vanilla Ice, Coolio, All 4 One, C&C Music Factory featuring Freedom Williams.
Tickets: $25/Per Person.
Graton Resort & Casino
288 Golf Course Dr. West, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-7100
Click here for details

Sat 8/18

Compassionate Living - Santa Rosa

10am-6pm - The Sonoma County VegFest is the North Bays wildly popular celebration of compassionate,
healthy & environmentally responsible living.
We feature dozens of local & bay area vendors, 3 rooms of inspiring speakers, professional cooking demonstrations, lots of free samples, an exciting food court & an awesome kids area with a full schedule of activities for families.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd
(707) 540-1760

Sat 8/18

David Martins House Party - Village Court

12/Noon-3pm.
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sat 8/18

Horseshoe Experience for ALL of Our First Responders - Santa Rosa

9am - Hot Dogs, Chips, Drinks & Snacks.
Bring your Lucky Shoes or you can use ours Beginners & All Ages Welcome!
Doyle Park (next to the Baseball Field)
RESERVE YOUR SPOT: (707) 953-4007 or (707) 529-2139
Click here for details

Sat 8/18

Mayacamas Starlight Dinner & Auction Fundraiser -

5pm - This annual event/fundraiser helps keep the depeartment equipped & prepared to meet the emergency needs of our area.
Enjoy the Reception, Silent & Live Auction, Raffle, Music, Dancing & a family style dinner.
Gordenker Ranch, Glen Ellen
Click here for details

Sat 8/18

Early Birds: Laguna Watershed Perspectives Walk

7:30-10:30am - Join us for this exploration of one of the Laguna Watersheds largest tributaries, Santa Rosa Creek. With more than 200 species of birds found in the watershed, birders of all ages & skill levels will enjoy this leisurely stroll. Discover patterns of bird behavior, communication, & habitat. Met at the Laguna Environmental Center for a brief watershed overview, then we will carpool to the Santa Rosa Creek Trail for a naturalist-led walk among the birds.
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Sat 8/18
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Sun 8/19

Cotati Accordion Festival

Saturday, 9:30am-7pm, Sunday, 9:30am-7pm
Cost: $15-$29; Kids 15 & under are FREE with an adult

A non-stop multicultural extravaganza of accordion music, polka dancing, food, drink & crafts. The venue is open air under the oak trees of the central Cotati Plaza. The stage features a cast of rotating acts with musical styles ranging from traditional Tex-Mex to whacky rock-pop-SF-mischief music. Family friendly wholesome fun!

Bring your accordion to play in the Lady of Spain-a-Ring! The Dance Tent features polka music & more. The "old timer" tent is complete with washboard bases. Kids can play on the enclosed playground. Bring a comfortable folding lawn chair & spend the day. Vendor displays feature accordions for sale, music books & related merchandise. Enter fundraiser sweepstakes for a chance to win an accordion. Proceeds support music education for Northern CA students.

Advance Tickets discounts are available online & at all 3 Oliver's locations (Cotati, Stony Point, Montecito), The Last Record Store (Santa Rosa) & People's Music (Sebastopol).
La Plaza Park
60 West Cotati Ave., Cotati
(707) 664-0444
Click here for details

Sun 8/19

tocking the Seasonal Pantry - Healdsburg

10am-1pm - Join Kelly McVicker, founder of McVicker Pickles, for this hands-on class.
Summer is the season of garden fresh vegetables, picnics, impromptu bbqs & al fresco dinners. Having your summer pantry well-stocked & ready to go makes the season all the easier. Attendees will make & take home 3 pantry items based on seasonal market ingredients such as Santa Rosa plum chutney, chai-spiced pickled nectarines, fermented garlic-pepper hot sauce & traditional preserved lemons.
SHED
25 North St, Healdsburg
(707) 431-7433
Click here for details

Sun 8/19

Urban Outlaws - Village Court

1-4pm.
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sun 8/19

Petaluma Cars & Coffee

8-10am - Free & open to the public.
389 S. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

Mon 8/20

Japanese Speakers Bureau - Sebastopol

2:30-4pm - Join us as we hear the story of the Japanese-American Incarceration during World War II. Presented by the Sonoma County Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League.
Free/Wisdom Counts Members, $5/Non-Members
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Thu 8/23

Splash after Dark - Sonoma

7-10pm - Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn hosts Wine Countrys hottest summer pool party. Guests will enjoy inspired cocktails, the Bay Areas best DJ & poolside entertainment. Ages 21 & up only.
Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa
100 Boyes Blvd., Sonoma
(707) 938-9000

Thu 8/23

Hip Service - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Thu 8/23

ALBATROSS Film Screening - Santa Rosa

7-9pm - Directed by Chris Jordan. A powerful visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy.
Returning to the island over several years, the film team witnessed the cycles of life & death of these birds as a multi-layered metaphor for our times. This story is framed in the vividly gorgeous language of state-of-the-art high-definition digital cinematography, surrounded by millions of live birds in one of the worlds most beautiful natural sanctuaries.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 527-9277

Thu 8/23

Hip Service - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Thu 8/23

All The Wild Horses - Sebastopol

7pm/Screenings
Tickets: $10/SCA Members, $12/General.

Follows international riders as they compete in the Mongol Derby in Mongolia, the longest & toughest horse race in the world. In this race across 1000 kilometers of Mongolian steppe the riders are on their own, navigating from horse station to horse station where they change mounts. They battle exhaustion, extreme weather, swollen rivers & wild dogs. One wrong move & they get bucked off, lose their mount & suffer serious injuries.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
(707) 829-4797
282 South High St., Sebastopol
Click here for details

Fri 8/24

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6pm/Street Fair, 6:30pm/Live Music
Locos por Juana - Latin Jam-Band
Downtown Cloverdale
Click here for details

Sat 8/25

Tour de Fox - Santa Rosa

Cyclists choose from a 70.2-mile, 52.4-mile, 34.5-mile or 10.7-mile ride.
Glide through the world-famous vineyards of Sonoma County & look forward to a finish line party at the beautiful Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens.
Proceeds from Wine Country will benefit The Michael J. Fox Foundation to speed better treatments & a cure for Parkinson's & the local GOALS Foundation to support special needs children & adults through soccer.
Click here for details

Sat 8/25

9th Annual Disability Film Festival - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - Sponsored by Disability Services & Legal Center & Earle Baum Center. Among short films about variety aspects of life with a disability, the festival will feature a documentary States of Grace, the winner of multiple Audience Awards, which intimately captures the profound transformation of a revered physician & her family in the wake of a life-changing accident.
Snacks, Wine & Refreshments will be available.
Tickets: $10/Per Person. Pay at the door
Earle Baum Center
4539 Occidental Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 636-3063

Sat 8/25

Fall Food Gardening - Santa Rosa

10:30am–12:30pm - Speaker(s): UC Master Gardener Program of SC Food Garden Specialists

What happens in the garden as the days get shorter? This workshop will discuss fall &
winter gardens, including planting for a fall vs. early spring harvest; soil care in unused winter beds; how to protect against cold & frost & plant selection (greens, garlic and asparagus).
Hands-on participation: bring your garden hat & gloves.
Harvest for the Hungry
1717 Yulupa Ave., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 8/25

LGBTQI Dance: Toally Awesome 80s - Sebastopol

6:30-10pm - Dance to the tunes of DJ Dave Brown!
Our dances are all-inclusive & are meant to be enjoyed by the entire community, regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation. Admission: $10.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St.,
(707) 829-2440
Click here for details

Sat 8/25

California Beach Boys - Montgomery Village

12/Noon-3pm - Village Court
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Sat 8/25

North Bay Impalas Car Club - Santa Rosa

10am-4pm - Car Show & Cancer Fundraiser
Luther Burbank Center
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 332-3815

Sat 8/25

Car Show - Monte Rio

8am-3pm - Free to attend.
Benefits the Russian River Community.
20488 Hwy 116, Monte Rio
(707) 865-9584
Click here for details

Sat 8/25
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Sat 8/04

Healdsburg High School Class of 1988

EVENT HELD ON: Aug. 25th.

30 Year Class Reunion
6-10pm Purchase tickets by August 4th at Click here for details
River Rock Casino
3250 HWY 128 East, Geyserville
(707) 477-7079

Sat 8/25
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Sat 11/10

Monthly Guided Nature Tours - Camp Liahona Redwoods

Approximately 2 miles, Moderate to Strenuous. Duration 2 hours, depending on discussion & fitness of guests. No pets please.
Camp Liahona Redwoods
27010 Skaggs Springs Rd., Annapolis
(38 miles west from the Healdsburg, Dry Creek exit off Hwy 101)
Reservations: (707) 886-1822
Dates: Aug 25, Sept 8, 29
Oct 13, 20, 27, Nov 10.

Sun 8/26

The Temptations & The 4 Tops - Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series

4pm/Doors Open, 5pm/Show.
Rodney Strong Vineyards
11455 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg
(866) 779-4637
Click here for details

Sun 8/26

Sunday Cruise In - Petaluma

11am-2pm - Free to attend.
Classic Cars, Fish & Chips, Classic Oldies, Rock Music, Free Raffle & Presentation of the Sunday Sundae Cup.
Fourth & Sea
101 4th St., Petaluma
(707) 623-3219
Click here for details

Sun 8/26

Antiques & Arts Fair - Healdsburg

9am-4pm - Held on the Healdsburg Plaza.
(707) 536-8554

Sun 8/26

Full-Moon Exploration of Irwin Creek & Lower Stone Farm Walk & Picnic

5:30-9:00pm - Join us for this special full-moon evening adventure, including a picnic dinner alongside the Laguna in an area not usually open to the public. Bring your own picnic & we will provide the hors doeuvres.
2-mile walk over mostly flat but uneven terrain, we will explore the beautiful areas animal & plant life & learn about the history of Stone Farm & the on-going collaborative restoration work that is bringing back a thriving ecosystem. We will also focus on the critters large & small that come out at dusk & the plants used in restoration work.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277

Sun 8/26

Nicolas Beard - Montgomery Village

1-4pm - Village Terrace
Montgomery Village
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa
(707) 545-3844
Click here for details

Thu 8/30

Rockin' the River: Community Concerts at the Guerneville Plaza

7-8:30pm - Held Every other Thursday.
A Family-friendly, dancin'-in-the-street party!

8/30 - COCO MONTOYA
Blistering Contemporary Blues
Click here for details

The Russian River Farmers' Market operates nearby on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday, May - Sept. from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Rd & Armstrong Woods Rd.
(707) 869-9403
Click here for details

Fri 8/31

Friday Night Live at the Plaza - Cloverdale

6pm/Street Fair, 6:30pm/Live Music
Samantha Fish - Rhythm and Blues
Downtown Cloverdale
Click here for details

Fri 8/31

he Peter Welker Sextet , featuring Deborah Winters

Show: 6-8pm.
The River Front Cafe serves wonderful meals & features fine wines & ice cold beers to accompany these meals.
(707) 310-2505
Click here for details

Fri 8/31

Savage Wealth

2 brothers seeking to sell their inherited lake view Tahoe home. The only obstacle is childhood friend, New Age Beanie, who wishes to sell the vacant lot opposite their property. In exchange for delaying the sale Beanie wants to donate a Benjamin Bufano statue that belonged to the boys' mother. If only their realtor were more available, Todd not in the middle of a political campaign, Gabe not lost & Beanie more forgiving of romantic betrayal, then philanthropy for the selfish would be so much simpler.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student
Main Stage West
104 N Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177

September

Fri 9/07

Building Great Futures Luncheon

11:30am-2:30pm - Inspiring our local youth!
Benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa.
Vintners Inn, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 9/07

Gala Celebration - Transcendence Theatre, Glen Ellen

Performances: 7:30pm.
The end of summer is celebrated with a high-energy production featuring favorite Broadway tunes, popular tunes & inspirational surprises.

The Broadway Under the Stars experience includes pre-show picnicking at 5pm in the parks sprawling vineyard & meadow. Audiences are invited to enjoy musical entertainment before the main performance with homemade picnics or gourmet picnics purchased at nearby stores. At the venue, there are pre-show picnic options; from local gourmet food trucks, vendors & fine wines representing 8 Sonoma County wineries.
Jack London State Historic Park
2400 London Ranch Rd, Glen Ellen
877-424-1414
Click here for details

Fri 9/07

13th Annual Outhouse Classic Golf

1pm - Tee Time.
This event helps bring in the much needed funds for the next 12 months of operation for Forestville Youth Park.
Windsor golf course in Windsor
(707) 293-0700

Fri 9/07

Free Movies ont he Weill Lawn, Rohnert Park

7pm - Black Panther
Parking: $5/Per Vehicle.
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Fri 9/07
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Sat 9/08

25th Annjual Cloverdale Motorcycle & Car Show

9/7 - 7pm - Downtown Cruise
Begins at 750 S. Cloverdale Blvd.
9/8 - 8am - Pancake Breakfast at the Cloverdale Senior Center
10am-3pm - Car & Motorcycle Show, over 250+.
Beer, Wine, Souvenirs & Gift Baskets>
(707) 894-4470
Click here for details

Sat 9/08

Joel the Band - Billy Joel Tribute Band - Healdsburg

12:30-3pm - Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets & beach umbrellas to enjoy the music from our beautiful Tasting Room Lawn or Deck. Snacks & Food available for purchase. Tickets: $10/Per Person, Free/Club Members & 1 Guest.
Geyser Peak Winery
2306 Magnolia Drive, Healdsburg
(707) 857-2500
Click here for details

Sat 9/08

Santa Rosa will celebrate its 150th Birthday

3-10pmm - Live Music from local Bands, childrens Activities, Food Vendors, Historical Displays, Speeches, Burying of the new Time Capsule, information from community partners, ending with a movie shown in the Square at 8pm. The winner of the youth art contest will be also be displayed & the winner of the writing contest will read the winning entry.
Courthouse Square

Sat 9/08
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Sun 9/09

Russian River Jazz Festival

Johnson's Beach Celebrates 100 Years!
16215 First St, Guerneville
(707) 869-2022
Click here for details

Sun 9/09

Boz Scaggs - Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series

4pm/Doors Open, 5pm/Show.
Rodney Strong Vineyards
11455 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg
(866) 779-4637
Click here for details

Sun 9/09

Be Great Golf Challenge - Windsor

11am - Registration, Driving Range, Lunch,
1pm - Shotgun Start
One of Sonoma County's best Charity Golf Tournaments & benefits our Windsor Clubs.
Join us for this Scramble Format, including theme holes, dinner, awards & raffle prizes.
Windsor Golf Course
1340 19th Hole Dr.,
(707) 528-7977

Sun 9/09

Martina McBride - Rohnert Park

9pm -
Tickets: $25-$35 plus applicable fees.
Graton Resort & Casino
288 Golf Course Dr West, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-7100
Click here for details

Thu 9/13

Joint Pain Seminar - Santa Rosa

6-7:30pm - Join us for a FREE seminar on the causes of knee & hip pain, non-surgical options, treatments & robotic assisted surgery.
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital
30 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

Thu 9/13

Rockin' the River: Community Concerts at the Guerneville Plaza

7-8:30pm - Held Every other Thursday.
A Family-friendly, dancin'-in-the-street party!

9/13 - MIDNIGHT SUN
Afribean Soul, Rhythm & Roll
Click here for details

The Russian River Farmers' Market operates nearby on concert days & runs EVERY Thursday, May - Sept. from 3-7pm.
The Guerneville Plaza
River Rd & Armstrong Woods Rd.
(707) 869-9403
Click here for details

Fri 9/14

In The Mood - San Rafael

Show: 2pm.
25TH Anniversary International Tour will be taking the stage celebrating that Great Era of Swing Dancing, Singing & Big Band Music.
Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael
Click here for details

Sat 9/15

Shoe Q 2018 - Petaluma

10am/Practice, 12Noon/Tournament.
Fundraiser for St. Jude Childrens Hospital.
Ladies & Kids are free, donate to a great charity.
Free Beer & Food AND Raffle Prizes & cool stuff for the kids.
McNear Park, Petaluma
(707) 529-7034

Sat 9/15

ART for LIFE - Sebastopol

A benefit for FACE to FACE. Ending HIV in Sonoma County!
Bid on more than 200 works of art to include Paintings, Sculpture, Pottery, Jewelry & Glass donated by generous Sonoma County Artists.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
Click here for details

Sat 9/15

Free Naloxone Health Fair

11am-3:30pm.
Presented by the California Northstate University College of Pharmacy
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
1 Citrus Fair Dr.,
(707) 592-3715

Sat 9/15

Banjos & Bourbon - Rohnert Park

8pm - A Benefit for the Green Music Center Celebrating Music Mentors Featuring BUMPER JACKSONS. Start the season off with a party that features a great band, cocktails, dancing & supporting a good cause — all while paying tribute to music teachers!
Tickets: $259-$1,000 - Tax Deductible.
Weill Hall, Rohnter Park
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
866-955-6040
Click here for details

Sat 9/15

Old Grove Festival - Guerneville

4:30-9pm - Headliner New Monsoon & Opener Kathy Kallick Band! Cost: $35-$80
Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve
17000 Armstrong Woods Rd., Guerneville
(707) 869-9177

Sat 9/15

Becoming Independent Luau - Santa Rosa

5:30-9pm - Enjoy Polynesian Dancers, Tropical Libations, local Beer & Wine & an Island inspired Dinner Buffet.
Tickets: $75/General, $125/VIP (includes VIP Seating & 1 drink voucher).
Becoming Independent
1425 Corporate Center Way, Santa Rosa
(707) 524-6765
Click here for details

Sat 9/15

Back To The Future - Santa Rosa

5:30-9:30pm - An Evening to Benefit Sonoma County Youth at Chop's Teen Club.
Your support makes a critical impact for the lives of local teens through providing work-ready, enrichment & educational opportunities that help them see a brighter future.
Enjoy a sit down dinner prepared by Chops students. Also Auctions, Live Music & Dancing.
Tickets: $150/Per Person.
509 Adams St., Santa Rosa
(707) 284-2467
Click here for details

Sat 9/15

7th Annual All American Bad Ass Car Show - Sonoma

9am-3pm - 1973 & earlier American Made Muscle Cars, Vintage Cars, Trucks, Hot Rods & Race Cars.
Veterans Memorial Bldg
126 1st St. West, Sonoma
(707) 938-8441
Click here for details

Sun 9/16

Petaluma Cars & Coffee

8-10am - Free & open to the public.
389 S. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

Sat 9/22

Sonoma Harvest Music Festival

9/22 - The Avett Brothers, Lake Seat Drive, Shovels & Rope, The Surfers, Royal Jelly Jive.

9/23 - The Head & The Heart, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, ZZ Ward, Rayland Baxter, Con Brio.

B.R. Cohn Winery
15000 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen
Click here for details

Sat 9/22

Wings Over Wine Country - Santa Rosa

Theme: "Post-Disaster Gratitude."
Acknowledging as many as possible of the people who helped out during the fires in Oct.
Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport
Click here for details

Wed 9/26

The PD Sonoma County Women in Conversation

4-6:30pm - The Experience
Mingle, Nosh & Drink. Engage with numerous women-related Businesses & Services.

6:30-8:30pm - Women in Conversation
Amazing Stories, Amazing Women.

Tickets: $10/Experience ONLY,
$58/Experience AND The Conversation.
Green Music Center at Sonoma State University
Click here for details

Wed 9/26

Harold Lopez-Nussa Trio

7pm - A composer & pianist he is considered one of Cuba’s most acclaimed emerging musical stars.
He is on tour from Cuba to promote his new release Un Día Cualquiera. This recording is a forceful statement with Harold leading his tight-knit Cuban band. Tickets: $30/Per Person.
Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave.

Fri 9/28
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Sun 9/30

Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival - Sonoma

(707) 996-2109
Click here for details

Sat 9/29

Gala After Party - Santa Rosa

9-11pm -DJ, Dancing, Custom Cocktails, Beer Garden, Photo Booth, Wine Grab & more!
Tickets: $35/Museum Members, $55/Non-Members.
Museums of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500
Click here for details

Sat 9/29

Drawing Autumn Colors - Santa Rosa

10am-3pm - Learn to create the subtle colors of Autumn with colored pencils. We will cover blending, layering & burnishing techniques while incorporating the basics of botanical drawing. All levels welcome. Suitable for 12+ (kids under 15 must be accompanied by a parent). Participants bring their own lunch & art supplies (a supply list will be sent upon registration). Hot drinks & light snacks will be provided.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277

Sat 9/29

FREE SONOMA STRONG HEALING FAIR

10am-5pm - To assist the community with recovery from the 2017 wildfires & other traumas.

Sonoma Strong Healing Fair is FREE to receive healing treatments & to enjoy Live Music, Speakers, Vendors, Silent Auction & Raffles.
All community members are welcome to explore & experience multiple treatments, such as massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, naturopathic, energy healing, life coaching & more. A Kids Area & snacks/drinks will be provided.
Santa Rosa Veterans Bldg
1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 239-2693

Sun 9/30

Sunday Cruise In - Petaluma

11am-2pm - Free to attend.
Classic Cars, Fish & Chips, Classic Oldies, Rock Music, Free Raffle & Presentation of the Sunday Sundae Cup.
Fourth & Sea
101 4th St., Petaluma
(707) 623-3219
Click here for details

Sun 9/30

Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Garden 2nd Annual Harvest Celebration

11am - Experience the abundance of harvest season!
Toast the season with this exclusive event that engages all the senses - farm fresh produce straight from the winery's garden, live cooking demo's from renowned chefs, unique plates from select local purveyors, dynamic educational seminars – featuring everything from wine blending to truffle hunting; barrel making to mozzarella stretching – outdoor painting sessions, master gardener demo's, live music from local artists including Rootstock, Dustin Saylor & KJ wines!

Benefitting the UC Master Gardener Program of SC, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide environmentally sustainable, science-based horticultural information to all of SC's population. Cost: $150/Per Person
Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens
5007 Fulton Rd., Fulton
800-769-3649
Click here for details

October

Fri 10/12
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Sun 10/28

The Night Alive

October 12 to October 28
The Night Alive

Tommy's not a bad man; he's getting by. Renting a run-down room in his Uncle Maurice's house, just about keeping his ex-wife & kids at arm's length & rolling from one get-rich-quick scheme to the other with his pal Doc. Then one day he comes to the aid of Aimee, who's not had it easy herself, struggling through life the only way she knows how. Their past won't let go easily, but together there's a glimmer of hope that they could make something more of their lives. With inimitable warmth, style & craft, Conor McPherson's THE NIGHT ALIVE deftly mines the humanity to be found in the most unlikely of situations.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Senior
Main Stage West
104 N Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177

Sat 10/13

Sonoma Goods Band – Original & Classic Rock – LAST CONCERT IS FREE! - Healdsburg

12:30-3pm - Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets & beach umbrella. Snacks & Food available for purchase.
Geyser Peak Winery
2306 Magnolia Drive, Healdsburg
(707) 857-2500
Click here for details

Sat 10/13

Sonoma County Art Trails

Oct. 13, 14 & Oct. 20, 21. Hours: 10am-5pm.
You can have a look at some of the best art that Sonoma County has to offer. Art Trails provides a chance to visit the artists' studios & watch works in progress. The Sebastopol Center for the Arts, the largest art center in California, north of SF, will host a preview exhibit of a piece of work from each Art Trail artist. Mini preview exhibits can be found at selected galleries.
Various Sonoma County Art Studios
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797

Sat 10/13

Noam Lemish & Amos Hoffman Quartet

7:30pm - They offer an inspired blend of jazz & Jewish folk melodies. Amos Hoffman is an internationally-renowned oud virtuoso & innovator; Noam Lemish is a multi-faceted, world-class pianist & composer.

For years, Amos and Noam have been collecting Jewish melodies from different parts of the world including Kurdish, Yemenite, Moroccan, Ladino, Russian and Israeli songs. The quartet’s lyrical and vibrant imaginings of beloved Jewish melodies have been captivating audiences all across North America. Tickets: $25/Per Person.
Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave.,

Sat 10/13

Cruisin' North Car Show for a Cause

10ma-2pm - Pre 79 American-Made Vehicles Only.
Entry $40 , Day of Show/$45
Petaluma Plaza North Shopping Centeer
259B N McDowell Blvd.
Click here for details

Sun 10/14

Symphony POP Series - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa

Oct. 14th, 3pm - Ellis Hall, Ambassador of Soul performing Ray Charles, Motown & Beyond
Luther Burbank Series,
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Sat 10/27
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Sun 11/18

Emerging Artists Exhibition - Healdsburg

Opening Reception: 10/27, 5-7pm.
Healdsburg Center for the Art
130 Plaza St.,
(707) 431-1970
Click here for details

Sun 10/28

Fall Colors Festival and Vintage Car Show

10am-4pm - The local Fire Dept holds a Pancake Feed (8-11am) & the streets are filled with beautiful classic & Vintage Cars, a Crafts Fair (25 vendors) Food Booths, Games, Silent Auction & more.
Downtown Geyserville
(707) 276-6067
Click here for details

November

Wed 11/07

Napa Valley Film Festival

Ultimate Celebrations of Film, Food & Wine!
Click here for details

Thu 11/08

Joint Pain Seminar - Santa Rosa

6-7:30pm - Join us for a FREE seminar on the causes of knee & hip pain, non-surgical options, treatments & robotic assisted surgery.
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital
30 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

Fri 11/23
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Sun 12/16

The House of Yes - Sebastopol

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

December

Sun 12/02

Willow Basket Workshop - Santa Rosa

9:30am-3:30pm - Enjoy a delightful day full of hands-on learning in Heron Hall & around the peaceful Laguna Environmental Center grounds with master weaver, Charlie Kennard. Using freshly-gathered native grey willow, we will make open weave twined baskets for holding fruits or nuts. This workshop requires manual dexterity & prior experience with twining is helpful. Suitable for adults & teenagers. All basket-making materials are included in the registration fee.
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277

Sat 12/15
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Sun 12/16

The Emerald Cup - Santa Rosa

Cannabis enthusiasts from all over the country are expected to attend this year’s Cup, featuring acclaimed musical acts, presentations from experts, artists & educators across the industry, product & flower judging across multiple categories & incredible Food, Vendors, Products & Entertainment. Headlining Performances & many Educational Panels & Discussions will be announced over the coming months.
Sonoma County Fairground, Santa Rosa

Sun 12/16

Symphony POP Series - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa

3pm - Holiday Soundtracks.
Luther Burbank Series,
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Thu 12/27

20th Anniversary Healdsburg Jazz Festival Gala Celebration

6pm - Roar into the Healdsburg Jazz Festivals 20th Anniversary year with an evening of music, dining & dancing featuring the spirit & ambiance of the 1920s. This not-to-be-missed gala celebrates 20 years of commitment to art, culture & community by Healdsburgs best-known & most-loved cultural treasure.

Join us for the Gala in the Triple Deuce Speakeasy at Paul Mahder Gallery. Enjoy a sparkling wine reception with hors doeuvres, concert, short auction, a delectable 3-course sit-down dinner prepared by Oui Cater & dancing to Roaring 20s music.

A concert by the Marcus Shelby Quintet, with vocalist Tiffany Austin, will take us on a musical journey through hits from the jazz age, including Duke Ellington, George & Ira Gershwin, Hoagy Carmichael & Bessie Smith. The evening ends with dancing (including Charleston, Swing & other styles everyone can enjoy).

A short auction before dinner will help raise money to produce the biggest & best-ever 2018 Healdsburg Jazz Festival, June 1-10, 2018.
Also supports the music education programs in our schools that HJF has brought to area students since its inception.
Seats: $150, Tables for 8 & 10 can be reserved.
Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
(707) 433-4633

January

Fri 1/11

Swallow

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

February

Thu 2/14
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Sun 3/03

After Miss Julie

Transposes August Strindberg's 1888 play about sex & class to an English country house on the eve of Labour's historic landslide in 1945. "Patrick Marber's After Miss Julie is the rare re-imagining of a classic play that may actually improve upon the original." —NY Magazine.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177

Mon 2/18

Symphony POP Series - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa

3pm - Tribute to Judy & Liza at the Palladium
Joan Ellison & Carolann Sanita, vocalists.
Luther Burbank Series,
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

March

Fri 3/29
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Sun 4/14

Heathen Valley

Romulus Linney's haunting southern epic is set in the 1840s where the action of the play centers on the desire of the Episcopal Bishop of North Carolina to bring the word of God to a valley so remote & untamed that brothers marry sisters & the people live lives of brutal violence and grinding poverty. Accompanied by an ex-convict named Starns & a young orphan boy, Billy, the sometimes overbearing bishop sets about bringing "order and decency" to the valley. Returning to civilization to raise funds, he leaves Starns behind as his deacon & before long Starns, has indeed worked wonders. When the bishop returns he is amazed, but also disturbed that perhaps earthly pleasures are replacing the poverty that is more befitting for beholding the glory of God. Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177

May

Sat 5/11

Crossroads - Sebastopol

A world premiere musical about the controversial life & work of Willard Libby, a Sebastopol, California native son, Nobel laureate in chemistry, member of the Manhattan Project & colleague of Luther Burbank.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177

June

Fri 6/14
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Sun 6/30

Lungs - Sebastopol

The world is getting hotter, there's unrest overseas—the seas themselves aren't very calm—and 1 couple is thinking about having a child. A smart & funny drama that follows a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship as they grapple with questions of family & change, hope, betrayal, happenstance & the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/Senior, $15/Student with ID
Main Stage West
104 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-0177