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January

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/20

"What Goes Around" - Santa Rosa

Doors open 30 min prior to show. Music by Patrick Michael McCarty.
Off the Page Readers Theater performs a collection of local literary gems.
Tickets: $15/Door, $10/Students
A percentage of Proceeds go to to Firestorm survivors.

January 18 & 19 - 7:30pm
Copperfields Books, Santa Rosa

Jan., 20 - 3pm
Abacus,
101 S.Main St., Sebastopol

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/20

Napa Lighted Art Festival

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

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/20

January = California Restaurant Month

Each of Geyservilles Restaurants will be doing something special.
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Mon 1/21

LGBTQ Best Practice Training

In English! In order to better serve more of Sonoma County, attendees will not only learn about what affects the LGBTQ community, but also what affects the marginalized communities within the LGBTQ community: trans people, Latinx people, low income people, etc...
RSVP Required: tinyurl.com/ycvanqbg
(707) 251-9432
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/27

Swallow - Sebastopol

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

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/27

From the Fire - Museum of Sonoma County

An Exhibit commemorating the 1-year Anniversary of the Oct. 2017 wildfires.
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/27

In recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day

In the World Jewish Congress has launched its [say hashtag] #WeRemember campaign. Join the global movement to combat anti-Semitism & all forms of hatred. How? Now until January 27, simply take a photo of yourself holding a [say hashtag] #WeRemember sign & posting it to social media.
Together, we can make a difference!
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sun 1/27

Drive Safely, Drive Sober - Sonoma County

Attention, DRIVERS! And PASSENGERS, too.
January 22-27 is National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week. Did you know that over 10,000 people die each year from drunk driving? And in 2016, 44% of drivers in fatal crashes tested positive for drugs, that is up 28% from just 10 years prior.
A safe DRIVER is a SOBER, undistracted driver who follows the law. Find more data & tips about all things related to driver education & safety:
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Mon 1/28

The 12 Dates of Christmas - Santa Rosa

A hilarious holiday survival guide!
6th Street Playhouse
52 W 6th St,
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Thu 1/31

Clothing Drive - Santa Rosa

The Sonoma County Bar Association is hosting its annual clothing drive, collecting new or gently used “Career Wear” through the end of January.
The clothing will be donated to help the homeless, formerly homeless, or those in need of employment
dress for success. Bring your “Career Wear” contributions to the Sonoma County Bar Association offices on the corner of Santa Rosa Avenue & 1st Street in downtown Santa Rosa & help those in need start the new year off right with the confidence & style needed for job success!
111 Santa Rosa Ave., Suite 222, Santa Rosa

Fri 1/18
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Sun 2/03

Moon Over Buffalo - Santa Rosa

Fridays & Saturdays, 7:30-9:30pm
Sundays at 2pm.
Also: Thur., 1/24 at 7:30pm & Sat., 1/19 at 2pm.
Tickets: $20-$30
Fading actors frantic for their former glory!

Set in Buffalo, NY, in 1953, a couple in a crumbling marriage struggles to keep their acting ensemble together long enough for a famed director to see them perform. But with a pregnant ingénue, a drunk leading man & a surprise visit from their daughter, things quickly go horribly & hilariously wrong.
6th Street Playhouse
52 W. 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Thu 2/07

LGBTQ Youth Leadership Team Launch

This is for youth ages 14-24 to be on a 6 month intensive team to create an advocacy project they decide that creates a more welcoming community. Great for young people who want to be on a team, learn leadership skills, & want to take leadership roles. Without giving too much away, YLT is a beautiful & transformative experience where youth do a lot of self-digging & self-discoveries in community. Community is the essence of all of this. Groups meet weekly & attendance is required.
(707) 251-9432
714 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Thu 2/07

Linda Dove: Iconic Messages Exhibit

Person Senior Wing
Behind the Finley Community Center, Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sun 2/17

Go Figure Exhibit - Sebastopol

Figurative work selected by juror Sandy Frank.
This show celebrates interpretations of the human figure. Exhibit runs through 2/17/19.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sat 2/23

Sign up today for the Freedom Jazz Choir

Our first rehearsal is coming right up, on Jan. 19, with only two more (Feb. 9 & Feb. 23) before the March 1 Concert at the Raven Performing Arts Theater. Once again Marcus Shelby & Tiffany Austin will guide us in performance of this years theme, “Bessie Smith, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington & the Blues.”
Click here for details-

Fri 1/18
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Thu 2/28

LGBTQ Youth Groups in Santa Rosa & Sonoma Valley

This is for youth ages 14-24 to create a safe & fun space to get to know LGBTQ youth in their area & support each other. This is great for young people looking to get involved & find a loving community. Santa Rosa hosts their youth group on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month, while Sonoma Valley hosts their youth group on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month. Drop-Ins welcome.
(707) 251-9432
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Wed 3/06

Open Call for VOLUNTEERS

Horticulture Background is Not Required, We will Teach You What You Need to Know!
Train as Adult Tour Docents to guide groups through the Garden. Docent training begins Wednesday, March 6.
Learn more about plants & then share that knowledge with others. No botanical or horticulture experience is necessary, just a passion for gardening & a desire to enrich the publics experience of our extraordinary garden.

Training held on 6 consecutive Wednesdays, March 6 - April 10, 9:30am-12:30pm.
Quarryhill Botanical Garden
(707) 996-6027
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sun 3/10

Then Came the Dog - Santa Rosa

New exhibition at the Charles M. Schulz Museum.
Traces the evolution of Snoopy & the influences that brought him to life.
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Fri 3/15

Belly Laughs - Standup Comedy - Santa Rosa

8-9:30pm - EVERY 3rd FRIDAY.
Featuring Local Comics & Bay Area Headliners.
Cost: No Cover - Free Show
Belly: Left Coast Kitchen & Taproom
523 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 526-5787
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Thu 3/28

Inside Insights: San Quentin Arts in Coreections - San Rafael

Showing casing 100+ works including Paintings, Prints & Sculptures by San Quentin Inmates who are a part of the Art in Corrections (AIC) Program.
Bartolino Gallery
10 Avenue of Flags, San Rafael
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Sun 3/31

Volunteers Needed at the Luther Burbank Home & Gardens - Santa Rosa

.... to join us as Gardeners, Docents & Gift Shop Salespeople.
Training to in Feb/March for our Tour Seasoning opening April 2019
(707) 524-5445
Click here for details

Fri 1/18
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Mon 12/30

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.

Sat 1/19
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Sun 1/20

Barrel Tasting 101 - Hopland

11am-4pm - Admission: $20/Advance, $30/Door.
Price includes one (1) commemorative wine glass.
Each Tasting Room will be offering Food & Wine Pairings.
Click here for details

Sat 1/19
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Sun 1/20

Winter Wineland - Sonoma County

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

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

Sat 1/19
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Mon 1/21

3rd Annual Snow Days - Santa Rosa

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

Sun 1/20

LOVE in ACTION The Legacy of MLK Jr - Santa Rosa

6:30p/Doors Open, 7-8:30pm - Program.
Keynote Speaker, Morris Turner, Community Member.
Performances: Positive Hip Hop by MC Radio, Tins Rogers, spoken word, Ballet Folklorico Jazmin & Prayer Chapel Singes.
Student Presentations, Youth Art Contest & Awards.
Santa Rosa High School Auditorium
1235 Mendocino Ave.,
(Park in back, off Ridgeway)

Sun 1/20

Wild Mushroom Foray & Demonstration - Healdsburg

After gathering mushrooms in the woods, the class will learn about handling & safety, then enjoy a cooking demonstration, Lunch & a Glass of Wine.
Cost: $154/Per Person.
154 Matheson St.,
Click here for details

Sun 1/20

Crab & Cremeant - Skunk Train

11:15am - Depart Time. Dates: 1/20 And 1/27.
Featuring Crab Chowder & Wine. Grape Juice for ages under 21. Tickets: $56-$55, $10/Kids under 2.
Fort Bragg Depot
100 W Laurel St.
(707) 964-6371
Click here for details

Sun 1/20

Crab Feed & Clam Chowder Feed - Santa Rosa

3:30pm - All-you-can-Eat Crab Feed Clam Chowder & Druid Salad. Pre-Sale Required.
Tickets: $40/Per Person.
Hosted by the Santa Rosa Grove #121.
Druids Hall
1011 College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 542-0908
Click here for details

Sun 1/20

Original Jazz Piano, Guitar, Bass Trio format - Sebastopol

4:30pm - Larry Vukovich, Piano, Kai Lyons, Guitar,
Jeff Chambers, Bass.
Tickets: $15/Presel, $20/Door, $10/Students.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St.,
(707) 829-4797
Click here for details

Mon 1/21

MLK Jr. Day of Service - Santa Rosa

10am-1pm - Help clean up park.
Part of a nationwide effort. Tools & refreshments provided. Rain or Shine.
Martin Luther King Jr. Park
1671 Hendley St.
SING UP ONLINE:
Click here for details

Mon 1/21

For Children with Special Needs - Rohnert Park

5-8pm - Sensory Friendly Night - Exclusive to Families. Music turned off & distractions dialed down. $16/Per Child (Chaperone or Parent is included).
Rebounderz
555 Rohnert Park Expressway
(707) 416-4445.
Click here for details

Mon 1/21

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm - Amadeus (rated PG)
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie. Tickets: $10/Per Person.
Wine by the Glass will be available for $7/Donation.
(707) 996-9756
Click here for details

Mon 1/21

MLK Day of Service - Volunteer Opportunity

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

Mon 1/21
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Mon 1/28

Museum Mondays for Little Ones - Santa Rosa

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

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

Mon 1/21
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Tue 3/26

Jazz & Wine Dinners - Healdsburg

MONDAY & TUESDAYS through March, enjoy a "Neighbors Menu" for only $36 - ($54 w/ paired wines) - while enjoying local jazz musicians with your meal. (Order anything on the menu, the musicians will still be playing!) Best of all, $2 from each meal will be donated to the Healdsburg Education Foundation.
Dry Creek Kitchen
314 Healdsburg Ave.,
(707) 431-0330
Click here for details

Mon 1/21
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Mon 5/20

Peanut Strip Exhibit - Santa Rosa

11am-5pm - "Without Words" - 70 original Peanuts Strips.
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

Mon 1/21
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Sat 6/01

Join our Youth Leadership Teams! - Sonoma Valley & Santa Rosa

Our program is fueled by the leadership of youth & young adults that live in the communities we serve! Each semester we recruit interested & motivated youth to join our youth leadership teams (YLTs), which run in 6 month cycles with home-bases in Napa, Santa Rosa, Calistoga or Sonoma.
Click here for details

Mon 1/21
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Mon 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

Mon 1/21
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Tue 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

Tue 1/22
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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

Wed 1/23

Winter Walks at Quarryhill Botanical Garden -

11am - Many people may consider the garden less interesting due to its dormant state, but look closer & discover a very different reality.
Many hidden jewels & mysteries revealed await you on these weekly walks with Bill through a very magical winter wonderland.

No prior sign-up required. Members do not pay the admission fee, but must still check-in at the Visitor Center. Cost: Free with General Admission
Quarryhill Botanical Garden
12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen
(707)996-3166
Click here for details

Wed 1/23

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Napa

8pm,
Uptown Theatre
1350 Third St., Napa
(707) 259-0123
Click here for details

Wed 1/23
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Wed 1/30

Jazz night with The Acrosonics - Sonoma

7:30-11pm - WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
Join Sonoma Speakeasy for a great evening of Jazz & Swing, featuring the vocal stylings of Jodi Stevens & Pops.
No cover, $5/Drafts all night.
Sonoma Speakeasy
452 First St. East, Suite G, Sonoma
(707) 996-1364

Thu 1/24

Free Screening: No Small Matter

6:30pm - Hosted by First 5 Sonoma County, Cradle to Career & 4Cs.
Emotional, entertaining, and inspiring, No Small Matter is a transformative film that will change the way audiences think of the first 5 years of life & Americas social & economic future.
First 5 Sonoma County: (707) 565-5387
3rd Street Cinemas
620 3rd St., Santa Rosa
View trailer:
Click here for details

Thu 1/24

The Peter Welker Sextet , featuring vocalist Deborah Winters

6pm. Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707)559-5133
Click here for details

Thu 1/24

East Coast Tasting - Healdsburg

7pm - The evening will highlight the history of the East Coast wine industry - featuring 24 award-winning wines along with a selection of artisan cheese. Tickets: $25/Adults, $15/Students.
Healdsburg Regional Library
139 Piper St.,
Click here for details

Thu 1/24

Historian Gaye LeBaron - Healdsburg

7pm - Talking about her new book, "The Wonder Seekers of Fountaingrove" - during a farewell event at SHED. Tickets: $15/Per Person - includes a glass Paradise Ridge Wine & some small bites.
25 North St.,
Click here for details

Thu 1/24
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Thu 1/31

The Peter Welker Sextet w/ vocalist Deborah Winters - Petaluma

6-9pm.
This wonderful venue serves FINE FOOD & features a FULL SERVICE bar!
Red Brick in Petaluma
(707) 559-5133

Fri 1/25

Light Up Origami - Santa Rosa

4pm - Learn the basics of origami construction & electrical circuits. Grades 4-7.
Northwest Santa Rosa Library
150 Coddingtown Ctr., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Fri 1/25
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Sun 2/10

Room Service - Healdsburg

Set in 1937, a nimble-witted producer, living on credit with several actors in Broadway hotel, stumbles onto a great script & an angel with $15,000 to invest!
RAVEN
115 North St.,
(707) 433-6335
Click here for details

Fri 1/25
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Sun 4/28

Spring Schedule of Screenings - Sonoma State University

All Screenings are in Warren Auditorium, Ives Hall on the Sonoma State University Campus in Rohnert Park. Suggested Ticket Donation: $5/Per Person.
$5/Parking Fee on ALL SSU Lots.
For complete Schedule:
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2606
Click here for details

Sat 1/26

The Bowl "An Evening in Spain" - Sebatsopol

5-9pm - Guests purchase a beautiful, unique handmade bowl & it is filled with an amazing meal!
This year Diners will be treated to Paella & Tapas prepared by the award-winning Backyard Restaurant in Forestville & Thumbprint Cellars provides Wine & delicious traditional Sangria. Enjoy Flamenco Music & Dancers.

The Bowls are kept as a permanent reminder of an exciting & wonderful fundraiser experience.
Tickets: $45/Advance, $50/Door.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., in the Veterans Bldg.
(707) 829-4797
Click here for details

Sat 1/26

LumaCon - Petaluma

10am-4pm - Comic Convention for Youth.
Meet well-known artists, illustrators & writers of comic books & graphic novels.
Lucchesi Park
320 N. McDowell Blvd.,
Click here for details

Sat 1/26

4th Annual Maker-Style Creator Faire - Petaluma

12/Noon-4pm - Celebrating hands-on learning.
Fun for the whole Family.
River Montessori Charter School
3880 Cypress Dr., Petaluma
Click here for details

Sat 1/26

Singles & Pairs Square Dance Club - Santa Rosa

4-8pm - Introduction to Modern American Square Dance. Dinner provided
Monroe Hall
1400 W College Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 889-0572

Sat 1/26

Crab Feed Auction - Petaluma

5:30pm/Cocktails, 6:30pm/Dinner
ADULTS ONLY. Admission: TBA.
Aims to raise money for Dunham Schools enrichment programs (Garden, Drama, Outdoor, Science, Classrooms & Fieldtrips).
Dunham School
Hermann Sons Hall, Petaluma
(415) 385-9915

Sat 1/26

Annual Chowder Day - Bodega Bay

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

Sat 1/26

SRHS AG Boosters Barn Dance - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - Live Music by Court-N-Disaster.
Penne Pasta with FFA Lam Ragu, 2-Drink Coupons.
Raffle & Silent Auction items.
21+. Tickets: $25/Per Person, $40/Couple.
4046 Barnes Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 321-6803

Sun 1/27

SR Symphony Family concert "Vivaldis Ring of Mystery"

3pm - Bobby Rogers, Conductor
Classical Kids Live!, Narrator
2pm - Pre-Concert fun begins with an Instrument Petting Zoo, free to all ticket holders.
Cost: $18/Adult, $12/Youth (12 & under).
Tickets: (707) 546-8742,
Click here for details or
in person at Santa Rosa Symphony Patron Services, 50 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
(Weekdays 9am–5pm, opening at 10:30am Wednesdays)
Weill Hall, Green Music Center,
Sonoma State University

Tue 1/29

Learn hot to be ready for Emergency - Cloverdale

5:30-7pm - "Cloverdale, are you ready?"
Supervisor James Gore, along with representatives from the Cloverdale Fire Dept, Sonoma County Sheriffs Office & other first responders will be on hand to provide important information on planning for an emergency. Free & open to everyone.
Cloverdale Senior Center
311 N. Main St.,
(707) 894-4826

Wed 1/30
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Sat 2/02

Winter Book Sale - Sebastopol

Sale includes Books for EVERYONE; Adults, Children, Young Adults (Teens).
1/30, 5-8pm,
1/31, 10am-6pm,
2/1, 10m-6pm - HALF PRICE DAY,
2/2, 10am-2pm - $5/Bag Day
We provide the Bags & you get the extreme bargains!


Lobby & forum Rm of the Sebastopol Library
7140 Bodega Ave.,
(707) 823-7691

Thu 1/31

Coffee with a Cop - Cotati

7:30-9anm - Bringing Police & the community together.
Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy.

Thu 1/31

Black Violin - LBC

8pm - Classically trained violist & violinist Wil B & Kev Marcus combine their classical training & hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is often described as "Classical Boom."

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

Thu 1/31

he Peter Welker Sextet , featuring vocalist Deborah Winters

6pm. Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707)559-5133
Click here for details

Thu 1/31

Promotores de Amor Training - Santa Rosa

Geared for Spanish-speaking individuals that want to support families with youth who are LGBTQ. The goal is to promote love & acceptance in an accessible & impactful way to create healthier families.
RSVP encouraged but not required: Click here for details.
(707) 251-9432
Click here for details

February

Fri 2/01

Pliny the Younger Release - Santa Rosa & Windsor

11am - Available for just 2 weeks, Feb. 1-14, 2019. This Triple IPA has triple the amount of hops as a regular IPA, making it difficult & expensive to make - hence its short release time frame & limited availability! This award-winning brew is not bottled, so more people can try it right from the source in Santa Rosa or at select draft accounts.

Available at both the Downtown Santa Rosa AND Windsor locations!
Russian River Brewing Company
725 4th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-BEER

Russian River Brewing Company
700 Mitchell Lane, Windsor
Click here for details

Fri 2/01
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Fri 3/22

HEALING THE ENVIRONMENT - Santa Rosa

Hours: Thursday 12-3pm, Friday & Saturday 11-4pm, Sunday 11-2pm
Opening Reception Fri., Feb. 1, 5-8pm
(SOFA Arts District 1st Friday Open Studios)

Artists react to our ailing planet in this era of climate change & ecological crisis. The paintings, photography, sculpture & natural objects by Sonoma County & Bay Area artists are personal statements on the environment. The artwork is their visual commentary of how nature is being challenged by humanity & how to protect & heal our common home.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa
(707) 293-6051
Click here for details

Fri 2/01
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Fri 5/03

1st Friday Film Series - Santa Rosa

7pm. Admission: $5/Per Person.
Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

Sat 2/02

7th Annual Sebastopol Guitar Festival

12/Noon-4pm
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Sat 2/02

Special Needs ABCs - Santa Rosa

2-4pm - FREE SEMINAR.
"Advocacy, Benefits, Conservatorship"
Come Learn the Keys to Successful Advocacy. The Ins & Outs of Special Needs Benefit Programs & When & How to Conserve.
Speak to an Advocate one on one & get answers to your questions.
Hyatt Regency
170 Railroad St., Santa Rosa
Click here for details


Sat 2/02

Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest - Santa Rosa

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

Sat 2/02

Barry Hutcherson Quartet - Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm - Playing tribute to his father Bobby Hutcherson, with Eric Von Buchau (vibes), Jeremy Lieber (piano), Ollie Dudek (bass) & Barry Hutcherson (drums).
Hotel Healdsburg
25 Matheson Ave.,
(707) 431-7188
Click here for details

Sat 2/02

Crab Feed - Petaluma

5-9pm - Dine on Crab & enjoy performances by The Pacific Empire Chorus, an award winning 4-part a cappella group.
Menu includes; Salad, Pasta (from the Pasta King), French Bread & Homemade Desserts! And an Auction.
Tickets: $50/Per Person, $60/Door, $20/Kids 10 & under.
Petaluma Veterans Memorial Bldg.
1094 Petaluma Blvd., S.
877-772-0087
Click here for details

Sat 2/02

Crab Feed - Healdsburg

3pm - No Host Bar, 4pm - Service Begins.
All-you-can-eat Cracked Crab, Salad & Garlic Bread.
Includes Beer, Wine, Water & Coffee.
Hosted by the American Legion.
Tickets: $65/Per Person.
900 Chanticleer Way, Healdsburg
(707) 431-2328 or (707) 322-9245

Sun 2/03

Fresh Pressed Flowers Workshop

1-4pm - Make & Take Workshkop with Jan Lochner.
She will share the simplicity & beauty of the art of pressing flowers. We will make various useful items, from bookmarks & cards to window ornaments & refrigerator magnets. All workshop materials & supplies are provided.
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277
Click here for details

Tue 2/05

Registration Open for 2019-2020 -

9-10:30am - Begins now TK through 8th Grade.
Challenging the intellect, Nourishing the Spirit & Educating the whole child since 1950.
RSVP: (707) 433-2758
carmen.callinan@sjshbg.org

Wed 2/06

Barefoot Contessa - San Rafael

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

Thu 2/07

LET THE GAMES BEGIN - Kenwood

11am - Do you enjoy playing Bridge, Canasta, Mahjong, or another table game? Then its time to start putting together your foursome for the Santa Rosa Symphony Leagues afternoon of games, wine & lunch. You will have a chance to win fabulous prizes contributed by our generous donors.
St. Patricks Church Hall
9000 Sonoma Highway, Kenwood
(707) 537-7680
Click here for details

Fri 2/08

Peter Welker Sextet w/ vocalist Deborah Winters

6-8pm.
This fun venue offers FINE FOOD, BEER & WINE.
River Front Cafe, Petaluma
(707) 310-2505

Fri 2/08

Poems by Tim Hunt - Sebastopol

7pm - Analy High Class of 1967
Reading from his award-winning collection,
Ticket Stubs & Liner Notes (winner of the 2018 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award).
Suggested Donation $15 - Benefits SCA Literary Arts Program.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4707
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

Noche de Amor Fundraiser

6-10pm - Celebrate love of friends, family & community. The evening will feature music by DJ Refugio Mata, a live auction, emceed by Andrew Firestone of ABCs The Bachelor & a family-style dinner provided by local Sonoma County Restaurants.

Funds raised will benefit the Healthcare Foundation & their 3 focus areas of access to Healthcare, Mental Health & Early Childhood Development.
Tickets start at: $100/Per Person.
Sonoma Jet Center
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival - Geyserville

10am-4pm - A great, family-friendly event for all ages! Enjoy Food Trucks, Beer, Wines from the Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley. Arts & crafts projects for the kids, archery, live music & fishing for the kids. Snag a trout to take home for dinner! Educational tours of the Congressman Don Clause Fish Hatchery, wildlife & conservation exhibits & more.

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

Sat 2/09

Student Concert & Benefit - Santa Rosa

Play it Forward: Music for EVERYONE.
3-6pm - Student Recital,
6:30-9pm - Bands.
$10/Per Person or pay what you can.
Arlene Francis Center
99 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 303-6482
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

The Billie Holiday Project - Occidental

8pm - Evocative songstress Stella Heath (French Oak Gypsy Band) fronts a stellar band of local musicians for a cabaret-style musical tribute to the life & art of the legendary singer for Black History Month. Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door. Fine refreshments. Wheelchair accessible.
Black History Art Exhibit open for viewing in Gallery.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
(707) 874-9392
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

Crab Feed - Kenwood

Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Kenwood Fire Dept
9045 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood
(707) 833-2042
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

Live Jazz - Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm - Tiffany Austin & Marcus Shelby Duo. Jazz, Soul & Blues featuring favorites by Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin & more! Tiffany Austin, vocals & Marcus Shelby bass.
Hotel Healdsburg
25 Matheson Ave.,
(707) 431-7188
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

Paws for Love - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - Heartfelt Art by Shelter & Rescue Animals, Live & Silent Auctions, Gourmet Hors d Oeuvres, Wines, Beer & Korbel Champagne.
Ticket Donation: $50/Advance, $60/Door.
All proceeds benefit animals in need.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave. & Stony Point Rd.
(707) 799-6151
Click here for details

Sat 2/09

Crab Feed - Petaluma

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

Sat 2/09
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Sun 2/10

An Olive Odyssey #12 - Sonoma

11am-4pm - Don Landis presents a Olive experience. All your senses will be stimulated. Savor unique Olives created by passionate Olive lovers. Taste with them & discuss how they make their special Olives. Enjoy Olive oil made by The Olive Press.

Olive inspired art served up by ceramists, photographers & painters. Have your thirst for knowledge quenched by Olive tree, Olive oil & Olive experts. The Olive Press will be offering a tour of the Olive mill. The gift shops at the Olive Press & Jacuzzi Family Vineyards have a great selection. Attendees receive a discount on selected wines. Enjoy food for snacking & Italian music.
Jacuzzi Family Vineyards
24724 Arnold Dr., Sonoma
(707) 931-7506
Click here for details

Sat 2/09
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Mon 2/11

Santa Rosa Symphony concert "Love Letters"

7:30pm - Sarah Ioannides, Conductor, Sara Davis Buechner, Soprano
(Discovery Open Rehearsal, Sat., Feb 9, at 2pm,
Sun., Feb., 10, 2019 at 3pm,
Mon., Feb. 11, 2019 at 7:30pm.
Pre-concert talk with SRS Musicologist & Cultural Historian Kayleen Asbo begins 1-hour before each performance & will include Q&A.
(no pre-concert interview prior to Discovery Rehearsal).
Cost: $24-$87
Tickets: (707) 546-8742
Click here for details
or in person at
SR Symphony Patron Services,
50 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
(Weekdays 9am–5pm, opening at 10:30am Wednesdays)
Weill Hall, Green Music Center, SSU

Mon 2/11

Orientation - Laguna Docent Training

6-8pm - Expand & share your love of nature & nurture the next generation of naturalists! Docents lead groups of school children in the Learning Laguna program, a 2-part wetland education experience for 2nd-4th grade students. Training Starts March 12, 2019.
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277
Click here for details

Tue 2/12

Art History Afternoon - Sebastopol

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

Thu 2/14

Calling all Red-Haired Girls & Boys -Schulz Museum

11am–5pm - Little (or not so little) red-haired girls & boys receive Free Admission in celebration of Valentines Day & Charlie Browns affection for a certain Little Red-Haired Girl.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

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

Fri 2/15

Citrus Fair - Cloverdale

10am - Features 3-D exhibits made of citrus fruit & other food products. The Citrus Fair Queen will be crowned on Friday Evening.
Gourmet Food, Arts, Crafts & a Carnival bring fun for the whole family. Parade goes through town on Saturday Morning. Theme "Making of America" will be a star spangled fair, celebrating the people, ideas & events that built the nation.
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
Citrus Fair Drive & S. Washington St.,Cloverdale
(707) 894-3992
Click here for details

Fri 2/15
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Sat 2/16

Coin Show - Santa Rosa

2/15, 10am-6pm, 2/16, 10am4pm.
Professional Dealers, Door Prizes, Silver Drawing every hour. Also an all gold coin drawing to be held on Sat., 2/16 at 4pm.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
E. L. Finley Hall
1350 Bennett Valley Rd.
(707) 585-3711

Sat 2/16

Live Jazz - Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm - Carlos Herrera Latin Trio.
Latin Fusion playing a mix of Rumba, Samba Boleros & more.
Hotel Healdsburg
25 Matheson Ave.,
(707) 431-7188
Click here for details

Sat 2/16

SIDEMEN - Petaluma

7pm - The 6 piece Bands Special Guests will be Bassist Gio Benedetti & Steve Carter on keys.
Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-5133
Click here for details

Sat 2/16

Peanuts Family Album - Santa Rosa

2pm - Mr. Schulz created over 70 original characters for Peanuts. Andrew Farago, author of The Complete Peanuts Family Album & curator at SF Cartoon Art Museum, joins a panel of special guests to look back at some of their favorite forgotten Peanuts characters. Cost: included with General Admission.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
Click here for details

Sat 2/16

Crab Feed - Windsor

Tickets: $75/Per Person - includes All-You-Can-Eat-Crab Dinner, Dancing, Auctions & a DJ!
The event benefits the after school, sports & summer programming for the Boys & Girls Clubs.
Brooks Rd Club, Windsor
(707) 528-7977

Sat 2/16

Windsor Crab Feed

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

Sun 2/17

Sunday Jazz - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - The Peter Welker Sextet will be featuring Special Guest vocalist Jeff Oster.
Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-5133
Click here for details

Sun 2/17

1st Irish Hooley & Social - Petaluma

2-6pm - Singing, Dancing & might Craic.
Tickets: $20/Adults, Free/Kids 12 & under w/ Adult Supervision.
518 B St., Petaluma
(707) 280-1235


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

Wed 2/20

Jazz on the Menu - Healdsburg

6-9pm - Our 9th annual education fundraiser at a number of restaurants in Healdsburg & Geyserville. All participating restaurants donate 25% of their Food & Beverage sales to help support our highly successful Music Education Programs in the schools.
Click here for details

Thu 2/21

Laguna Greeter Training - Santa Rosa

6-7:30pm - Orientation
Connect with the community by providing event support at the Laguna Foundations classes and outings, as well as represent the Foundation at local events.
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277 x100
Click here for details

Fri 2/22

Rebuild GREEN Expo - Santa Rosa

11am-7pm - Exhibit Hall & Education.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.
Click here for details

Fri 2/22

4th Annual Desserts, Purses & Cocktails - Santa Rosa

6:30-9:30pm - Save the Date.
Benefiting Volunteer Center of Sonoma County.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd.
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Fri 2/22
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Sat 2/23

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus Live - San Rafael

The Off-Broadway Hit Comedy!
Showcase Theater
(415) 473-6800
Click here for details

Fri 2/22
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Sun 2/24

Tattoos & Blues - Santa Rosa

3-Days of Live Blues Bands, world-renowned tattoo artists, competitions & contests. This is the 2nd longest running tattoo convention in the U.S.
Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa
2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
Click here for details

Sat 2/23

Anderson Valley White Wine Weekend

A Winter Weekend of Winemaker Dinners, Vineyard Tours, Special Brunches, Local Cuisine, Live Music & more!
Click here for details

Sat 2/23

Live Jazz - Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm - Just One Of Those Things: Music Inspired by Frank Sinatra with the Rob Sudduth Quartet with Morris Acevedo-guitar, Eric Vogler-bass, Alex Aspinal-drums & Rob Sudduth, saxophone.
Hotel Healdsburg
25 Matheson Ave.,
(707) 431-7188
Click here for details

Sat 2/23

Fishing in the City - Santa Rosa

9-11am - Join Santa Rosa Rec & Parks & Santa Rosa Firefighters at Lake Ralphine for a morning of fishing! Learn a fun & inexpensive way to spend quality time outdoors with your family & friends! 30 minute clinics will be offered which will cover all the basics. Loaner rods will be provided. This event is FREE!
SIGN UP NEAR THE BOAT LAUNCH AREA OF LAKE RALPHINE ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT.

Children should be 5 years & older & must be accompanied by an adult. Licenses are not required to assist your child. Fishing licenses are required for Adults 16 years & older who are wishing to fish.
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd
(707) 543-3298
Click here for details

Sat 2/23

Fairytale Ball - Santa Rosa

5-7pm - A dance party for kids (age 4-12) & their favorite chaperone! Create a special memory with a fanciful “fairytale” theme as you dance to fun music, visit with a Hawaiian princess & enjoy fun activities. Light refreshments will be served.
Finley Community Center
2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa
Cost: $35/Couple, must purchase in advance.
Additional Chaperone - $10/Additional Child.
Purchase tickets:
Click here for details

Sun 2/24

Robyn Carmichael: Romantic Masters Series: TABLEAUX A LA RUSSE - Sebastopol

4pm - Piano Concert & Commentary
Please join acclaimed pianist ROBYN CARMICHAEL.
Explore 4 Great Russian Composers who helped define the Russian Soul in music: Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Scriabine & Rachmaninoff.
Click here for details
Tickets: $15/Advance, $20/Door, $10/Students, Free/Kids 10 & under.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
Click here for details

Sun 2/24

Fishing Derby - Santa Rosa

7:30-10:30am - Ready, set, FISH! Join SR Rec & Parks for an exciting, fun-filled morning of fishing! Prizes will be awarded for different age groups! Fee: $3/Per Person. For ages 15+.
SIGN UP NEAR THE BOAT LAUNCH AREA OF LAKE RALPHINE ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT!
Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian & must bring their own equipment!
No boat fishing for contest participants.
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd.
(707) 543-3298
Click here for details

March

Fri 3/01
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Sun 3/10

Barrel Tasting (2 Weekends) - Sonoma County

This is your chance to sample wines from the barrel, talk to winemakers & explore the beautiful Alexander, Dry Creek & Russian River Valleys.

Barrel Tasting is not a food pairing or themed event. Its ALL about the WINE....many wineries offer “futures” on their barrel samples. This is a chance to purchase wine now, often at a discount, then come back to the winery when the wine is bottled, typically 12-18 months from now. Many wines are so limited, buying futures is your only chance to purchase them.

Attendees are encouraged to pack a picnic as most wineries will not have food.
The ticket price includes the opportunity to sample wine from the barrel & in most cases also trying a limited number of current release wines.
New This Year: Toast the Future Friday Night Event
Both Fridays March 1st & March 8th, 5p–7pm
Click here for details

Tue 3/05

11th Annual Transition Fair - Santa Rosa

3-6pm - This free event is designed to help Students & their Families learn about services for individuals with special needs as they transition from School-Based Programs to Adulthood.
Special Education Students in Middle School, High School & post-secondary programs & their Families are invited to attend. Spanish interpreters will be available.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 569-2030

Sat 3/09

Arbor Day Tree Planting Party - Santa Rosa

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

This year we will be hosting 2 tree planting parties. Please join us at one of the following locations:
1) Mesquite Park (2250 Mesquite Drive) OR
2) Northwest Community Park (2880 W. Steele Lane)
Click here for details

Thu 3/14

Greg Brown - Sebastopol

6:45pm/Doors Open, 7:30pm/Show.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
Click here for details

Thu 3/14

Art History Afternoons - Sebastopol

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

Fri 3/15

The Backlot Project: John Cusack with High Fidelity - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

7:30pm - Join John Cusack for a screening of “High Fidelity” on the big screen followed by a LIVE conversation regarding his career & the making of the film. Fans will get the opportunity to experience a moderated discussion, with John answering audience questions!
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Fri 3/15

St Patricks Day Lunch (50+) - Santa Rosa

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

Sun 3/17

St. Patricks Day 5K - Santa Rosa

11am - Annual themed run/walk race open to all ages & abilities. The race is chip-timed & participants will receive a commemorative mug with a beverage fill-up at the finish line!
Stick around after the race for the post-run celebration complete with a judged costume contest, fun activities & music & entertainment! Race awards will take place in Old Courthouse Square post-race.
Click here for details

Sun 3/17

Tule Berry-Gathering Basket Workshop - Santa Rosa

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

Sun 3/17
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Sun 9/08

Peace, Love & Woodstock - Santa Rosa

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

Wed 3/20

Women in Conversation:Tracee Ellis Ross

6:30pm - Actress, Comedian, TV Host & a social advocate for equity, who uses her voice & vast social influence as an advocate for joy & self-acceptance & inclusivity. Also a volunteer intent on making a difference in the lives of teenage girls. Currently starring in Black-ish. The program will also feature 2 inspiring young women whose actions in our local community have helped improve the lives of others.
Tickets: $58/General.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
Click here for details

Fri 3/22
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Sun 3/24

13th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival

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

Sun 3/24

Sunday Jazz - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - The Peter Welker Sextet will be featuring Special Guest vocalist Jeff Oster.
Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-5133
Click here for details

Wed 3/27
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Sun 3/31

22nd Annual Sonoma International Film Festival

http://www.sonomafilmfest.org

Thu 3/28

The Sacred Sriptless Tour - San Rafael

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

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

Thu 3/28
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Sun 3/31

SEBASTOPOL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

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

From over 400 films screened by 28 screeners, lead programmer Jean McGlothlin & team created this years film festival program with careful attention to all submissions.
Click here for details

Fri 3/29

Kip Moore - Luther Burban Center for the Arts

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

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

Sat 3/30

The Big Event Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

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

April

Thu 4/11

Home Free - Santa Rosa

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

Fri 4/12

Buddy Guy - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

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

Sat 4/13

Sebastopol Apple Blossom Festival & Parade

10am - Parade on Saturday, followed by live music, food, crafts, childrens games, art show, wine & more! The fun carries on Sunday (10am-6pm) with the festival & the Blues Music Explosion, featuring Headliner Joe Louis Walker & Bands from nearby & around the country. Also visit the Art Show & Reception next door in the Sebastopol Center for the Arts.
Admission: $10/Adults, $8/Seniors, Students 10-17,
FREE/Kids 10 & under.
Ives Park & Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-3032
Click here for details

Sat 4/13

he IPA 10k & Beer Mile Invitational

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

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

Wed 4/17

Art Hisotry Afternoons - Sebastopol

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

Sat 4/27

The Greatest Show in Town - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - The Not Forgotten Ball.
Presented by Crossing the Jordan
DeTurk Round Barn
819 Donahue St.,
(707) 588-9388
Click here for details

Sat 4/27

38th Annual Butter & Egg Days Parade & Festival

10am-5pm - Brimming with authentic small town pride - this years theme: “A Parade is Hatched,” celebrates the 100th anniversary of National Egg Day held in 1918. The Parade kicks off at 12/Noon. Festival includes Beer Gardens, Kids Area, Live Music & Performances, Shopping & Eateries.
Historic Downtown Petaluma
Western & Petaluma Bvld. N., Petaluma
(707) 762-9348
Click here for details

May

Sat 5/04

HUMAN RACE - Santa Rosa

Save the Date - More Details to follow...
Click here for details

Sat 5/04

Cloverdale Fiddle Festival

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


Sat 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

Fri 5/17
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Sun 5/19

Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival

At Camp Navarro
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Sat 5/18

Paula Poundstone - LBC

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

Sat 6/01

5th Annual Railroad Square Music Festival

12/Noon-7pm - Celebrate the North Bay Arts Community with a day of music in the heart of Santa Rosa! This multi stage event will feature several musical performers & also serves as a showcase for the non­-musical arts of the North Bay. Free to attend.
Railroad Square Historic District
135 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
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Thu 6/06

Alumni Golf Tournament - Windsor

Parent, Alums, Faculty, Friends are welcome for Golf, Dinner, Auctions & Awards.
Windsor Golf Club
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Fri 6/14
to
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

August

Sat 8/17

Gravenstein Apple Fair - Sebastopol

10am-6pm - Enjoy a weekend of old-fashioned fun!
Something for everyone with live music on 2 stages, arts & crafts vendors, contests & activities & excellent local food, craft beer, cider & wine. Bumerous engaging venues, including the Childrens Corner, Artisan Tasting Lounge, Do-It-Yourself Arena & Life on the Farm. Sebastopols famous heirloom Gravenstein apples will be celebrated & available in many forms.
Ragle Ranch Park
500 Ragle Rd., Sebastopol
(707) 327-8896
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Sat 8/31

Taste of Sonoma - Rohnert Park

Showcases Sonoma Countys most renowned vintners, growers & chefs & offers wine & culinary enthusiasts access to taste & experience the bounty of Sonoma County. The 1-day immersive lineup will include a walk-around wine tasting, guided wine seminars, a marketplace & themed lounges!
Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
855-939-7666
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December

Thu 12/19
to
Sun 1/20

Winter WINEland - Sonoma County

11am-4pm. TICKETS:
Advanced: Weekend $45, Sunday Only $35, DD $5; At the Door: Weekend $60, Sunday $50, DD $10

The perfect winter escape - taste current vintages, multiple varietals grown in Sonoma County & even try a few verticals! A great opportunity to meet winemakers, taste limited production wines, new releases or library wines. All participating wineries will highlight a Vintage, Varietal or Vertical tasting for the weekend.
Multiple Winery Locations
800-723-6336
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