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Bingo & Pizza - Sonoma

Bingo Cards: $2/Each.
There is a $100/Blackout Game.
$8/Pizza, toppings, Green Salad & Dessert.
Star of the Valley Parish Hall
495 White Oak Dr.,

Fri, May 17th

2019 Artists Round Table Finley Art Show

Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa

Tue, April 30th

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

.....(also known as Blue Ribbon Campaign) in the U.S., to raise awareness & prevent child abuse.  The Blue Ribbon Campaign to Prevent Child Abuse began as a Virginia grandmothers tribute to her grandson who died as a result of abuse. As part of this campaign, our local council, Prevent Child Abuse-Sonoma County, hosts a series of awareness events throughout the month to recognize the importance of child abuse prevention.  Across the nation, a report of child abuse is made every 10 seconds.  In California, a report is made every minute.  Please join us for some activities in April in honor of this important month!  Whether you are able to attend one of our events or join us in spirit-please help us end child abuse & strengthen the health of Children, Parents & Families in Sonoma County.

Sat, June 1st

Balance Disorder

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

Sun, April 28th


Huge Book Sale with Fiction, Non-fiction, Children's & Audible Books; all proceeds benefit women's education scholarships

Location: 4755 KEYSTONE COURT SANTA ROSA, CA 95405

Phone: 7074844766

Mon, May 20th

Peanuts Strip Exhibit

"Without Words" - 70 original Peanuts Strips.
(707) 579-4452

Tue, April 30th

Flood Relief Effort - Sonoma County

The Female Food & Wine icons featured in the upcoming Book, "Wine Country Women of Sonoma County," along with the Author Michelle Mandro have joined together to raise funds to aid SC Flood Victims.

Through April 30th, $10 from every advance sale of the book will be donated to the United Way of the Wine Countrys SC Flood Recovery & Wellness Fund.
The Book will be released this Fall.

Mon, May 6th

Donate to the Russian River - Guerneville

Donate to the Russian River Clean Up including helping out the Small bBsinesses that have been devastated.


Adobe Lightroom - Show off your art! - Shutterbug

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

Tue, April 30th

Tips from First 5 California

Teaching your baby math can be fun!  Clapping is an early math lesson about rhythm & patterns.

Turn up the music & sing with your baby.  The sounds of your voice helps their brain grow!

Make reading together with your baby the most special part of your day.  Cuddling while you read helps your child feel safe, warm, & connected to you.  More ideas on reading a:

Thu, April 25th

FLOW Exhibit - Santa Rosa

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

Wed, November 13th


3pm/Gates Open, 4-10pm/Racing.
A safe, legal, controlled environment.  Anyone with a drivers license can compete, providing their vehicle or motorcycle passes a simple technical inspection.  All gas-propelled vehicles must have mufflers (if applicable).
800-870-7223 x209
The Main Entrance at Gate 1 on Hwy. 121


2019 Job & Internship Fair - SRJC

1pm-4pm - Participants include: Agencies & Business from Government, Healthcare, Hospitality, Fitness, Technology, Finance & much more.
Guests can explore various careers, apply for jobs, network & practice self-introductions. Attendees are encouraged to wear interview-ready attire & to bring copies of their resumes.
Free Parking from 12/Noon-5pm & is limited, so carpooling is recommended.

Free Admission.  Sign up is required:
Santa Rosa Junior College Campus
Walter Haehl Pavilion Gym

Tue, April 30th

ART Workshops for the Flood Relief

Local Artists present a creative line up of Workshops between April 15-30, with every dollar raised going to support local flood relief.
Cost: $50/Per Person.
Blue Door Gallery
16359 Main St., Guerneville
For the complete calendar:

Sun, September 8th

Peace, Love & Woodstock - Santa Rosa

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


Blood Drive - Healdsburg

2-6pm - Hosted by the Healdsburg Fire Dept.
601 Healdsburg Ave.,


Spring Concert - Windsor Middle School

6:30pm - Performance
Windsor Middle School
9500 Brooks Rd., South
(707) 837-7737


Tech Class - Windsor

1-2:30pm - Beyond the basics.
English & Spanish Speakers available.
Windsor Regional Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.,
(707) 838-1020

Sat, April 27th

Spring Book Sale

4/24, 5-8pm,
4/25, 10m-6pm,
4/26,  10m-6pm - HALF PRICE DAY,
4/27, 10am-2pm - $5/BAG DAY.
Lobby & Forum Room of the Sebastopol Library
7140 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol

Sun, May 5th

A Sense of Place Exhibit - Healdsburg

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


Adobe Lightroom - Show off your Art!

4-6pm - Dive into the remaining modules of Lightroom.  Practice making a slideshow & do a bit of exploration of the print, web, map & book modules as well.  Participants will have plenty of time to practice all skills learned along the way, with support from the instructor.  Your questions will be answered right then & there!
3011 Santa Rosa Ave #C, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3456

Thu, April 25th

Trivia Night - Rohnert Park

7-9pm - Free & Open to attend.
Prizes for top 3 teams.
Sally Tomatoes
1100 Valley House Dr.,

Thu, April 25th
Sun, May 5th

Jesus Christ Superstar - Maria Carrillo H.S.

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

Thu, April 25th

Spanish Treasures from the Pacific World Trade

11:30am-12:30pm - Gallery Talk.
General Museum admission applies
Musuem of Sonoma County
425 7th St.,

Thu, April 25th
Sun, July 14th

6th Street Playhouse School of Drama

Spring & Summer Classes.
6th Street Playhouse
52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185

Thu, April 25th
Fri, April 26th

Music of Life, Love & Laughter - 2 Locations

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


Tickets: $15/Adults, $5/Students/Children.

Thu, April 25th
Thu, June 27th

Drop-in Figure Drawing Class - Occidental

Thursdays 7-9:30pm . $15/Per Person.
Bring your own drawing or watercolor materials. All experience 7 skill levels welcome.
Live models, 5-20 minute poses.
3820 Doris Murphy Court (Art Classroom)
(707) 874-9392

Thu, April 25th
Sun, May 12th

Uptown Theatre, Napa

1350 Third St., Napa
(707) 259-0123
For the complete Calendar...

Thu, April 25th
Sun, May 5th

Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike - Healdsburg

Raven Performing Arts Theater

Thu, April 25th
Sun, May 5th


Take 3 siblings in their 50s named after characters from Chekhov plays, add a hot young boy toy for the movie star sister, throw in a cleaning woman adept at prophesies, plus an innocent aspiring actress & you have the hysterical, raucous, yet touching portrait of lives in flux – & those standing still – in Christopher Durangs Tony Award winning hit, Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, presented by the Raven Players.

Show runs through May 5th.
Raven Performing Arts Theater, Healdsburg

Thu, April 25th

50th Anniversary Open House - Sebatopol

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

Thu, April 25th

Identifying Sudden Oak Death - Petaluma

5:30pm - You will receive all the materials needed to collect samples.  Spend up to 4 hours collecting samples that will be examined at the UC laboratory.
Petaluma Community Center
320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

Thu, April 25th

Wine Blending Seminar - Geyserville

5-7pm - Convivio - including guided tour of Winemakers Lab.  $15/Per Person.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
300 Via Archimedes
Reservations Required:

Thu, April 25th
Mon, November 4th

Sonoma County Library Events

For the the complete list of events:

Thu, April 25th


Sonoma County Wine Library
139 Piper St.,  Healdsburg
Complimentary for HYPE members. $10/Guests.
RSVP: hype@healdsburg.com

Thu, April 25th

Advisory Council Meeting - Petaluma

9:30am-3:05pm - This community-based body advises National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration sanctuary management & its members represent community groups.
Point Blue Conservation Science,
Palomarin Room, Petaluma
(415) 464-5265

Thu, April 25th

Gun Violence Prevention Community Forum

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

Thu, April 25th

Women Talk BIZ - Rohnert Park

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

Fri, April 26th

Live Music - Cotati

8:30-11pm - Craig Caffall Band - Funk, Old School R&B, Rock & Blues.  $10/Cover charge.
Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy.
(707) 795-7868

Fri, April 26th

Wynn Bullocks, Beyond Sight: Healdsburg

6-8pm - Opening Reception.
"In Search of Meaning."
Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave.,

Fri, April 26th

Live Music - Penngrove

8-11pm - Roadhouse Rumble featuring Bloomfield Bluegrass Band - Classic & New Bluegrass.
Twin Oaks Roadhouse
5745 Old Redwood Hwy.
(707) 795-5118

Fri, April 26th

El Dia de los Ninos - Windsor

12/Noon-2pm - Celebrate Childrens Day with Face Painting, Light Refreshments, Pop-Up Play & Games.
Mobile Recreation Vehicle on
The Town Green & in the
Windsor Regional Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.
(707) 838-1020

Fri, April 26th
Sat, April 27th

Olivers Windsor Tavern Schedule

Olivers Market & the Tavern Off The Green are 9230 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor
(707) 687-2050

Tavern Friday Wine & Beer Events:

Tavern Live Music Calendar:
EVERY FRIDAY, 11:30am–2:30pm.
4/27, 4-6pm – Hannah Jern Miller

Fri, April 26th

Summer at the Green - Rohnert Park

Spend your summer at Weill Hall & Lawn with over 13 stellar performances!
(707) 664-4246

Fri, April 26th

Chicano Batman - Petaluma

8;30pm - L.A. based Latino Band; Soul, Rock, Tropical & psychedlic mixes.
Cost: $32-$35.
Mystic Theatre, Petaluma
(707) 775-6048

Fri, April 26th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

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

Fri, April 26th
Sat, April 27th

Spring Flower Show & Plant Sale - Graton

9am-4pm - Free Admission.
Hundreds of tomato & other veggies starts, succulents, perennials, drought-tolerant plants & others.  Handmade novelties & recycled treasures, a raffle & garden art.
11am-2pm - Lunch: $10/Per Person with coffee, tea & desserts available all day.  Live local music.
Benefits a scholarship program for JC students & to preserve our historic club house.
8896 Graton Rd., Graton
(707) 829-5314

Fri, April 26th
Fri, April 26th

St Petersburg Men's Ensemble Concert

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

939 B St, Petaluma




Location: 939 B St, Petaluma, CA 94952

Website: www.petalumafirst.com

Phone: 707 2356397

Fri, April 26th

The Peter Welker Sextet - Petaluma

6pm - Featuring the sensational vocalist Deborah Winters.  Enjoy fine Food, Beer & Wine.  No cover.
River Front Cafe
on the historic Petaluma River
(707) 347-5147

Fri, April 26th

Fiori’s Buns and Burgers Friday Night Show & Shine

Location: 406 Larkfield Center, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Fri, April 26th

24th Annual Polenta Feed - Santa Rosa

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

Fri, April 26th

Tailwags & Handbags Fundraiser - Sonoma

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

Sat, April 27th
Sat, July 13th

Nature Walk Series - Quarryhill, Glen Ellen

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

Sat, April 27th
Sat, April 27th

Plant Sale & Garden Craft Fair

The Healdsburg Garden Club is presenting their annual Plant Sale & Garden Craft Fair with FREE admission!  Meet local garden experts, browse for birdhouses & peruse the selection of tomatoes, perennials, herbs, succulents, & vegetable starts.  Opportunities to contribute to horticulture scholarships include: * Clipper sharpening - remember to bring your clippers! ($5) * Food & Mimosas (breakfast $5, lunch $8, both for $10).  Proceeds will benefit our local Santa Rosa Junior College students. Come join us at Healdsburg Senior Living Community, rain or shine!

Location: Healdsburg Senior Living, 725 Grove St., Healdsburg

Phone: (707) 687-9533

Sat, April 27th

Live Music, Pat Simmons - Geyserville

Geyserville Coffee House
21001 Geyserville Ave., Suite 102
(707) 814-0021

Sat, April 27th

Two Lions - Geyserville

Geyserville Gun Club Bar & Lounge
21025 Geyserville Ave.,
(707) 814-0036

Sat, April 27th

Spinout - Geyserville

8:15pm-12:15am - No Cover.
River Rock Casino
3250 Hwy., 128
(707) 857-2772

Sat, April 27th

Free Admission - Snoopys Home Ice

5:30-7:30pm - Opening Celebration of the 50th Anniversary Exhibition in Snoopys Gallery & Gift Shop.  Featuring pictures & memorabilia depicting the building & highlights of the last 50 years at the Arena, Cafe & Gift Shop.
1667 West Steele Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-7147

Sat, April 27th

1st Edible Hat Contest - Petaluma

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

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

Sat, April 27th

Jack to Jack Boat Race - Glen Ellen

11am-4pm - The 1st ever Jack to Jack boat race, put on by the new Jack London Yacht Club.
Starts from the Jack London Lodge, creekside, to the Jack London Village, creekside, a .7-mile course.  The boats are replicas of Jack Londons SNARK.

Sat, April 27th

10th Annual Earth Day - Santa Rosa

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

Sat, April 27th

Empty Bowls Event - Santa Rosa

6pm - Join us for an uplifting evening of artistic demonstrations, mingling & philanthropy benefiting our neighbors facing hunger.
Redwood Empire Food Bank
3990 Brickway Blvd., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-7900

Sat, April 27th

Elsie Allen High School Car Show and Fundraiser

Location: Elsie Allen High School, 599 Bellevue Ave, Santa Rosa

Sat, April 27th
Sat, April 27th

Free 3-hour All Sport Clinic

1:30-4:30pm - National Academy of Athletics is offering a free introduction in our upcoming summer camps.  Our most popular camp , All Sorts of sports is the perfect place for your child to be introduced to the world of sports, teamwork & athletics.  Let your child have a blast, meet new friends & come home tired & happy!

Location: YMCA

Website: https://www.nationalacademyofathletics.com/product/as-freeclinic-santarosa/

Phone: 707-791-7593

Sat, April 27th

Senior Expo of Snata Rosa

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

Sat, April 27th

Big Brush Watercolor Painting Workshop

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

Sat, April 27th
Sat, April 27th

Earth Day Celebration

North Bay Children's Center is hosting an Earth Day Celebration at our 932 C. St. Novato Campus on Saturday, April 27th. 1pm-4pm. The free event will provide families a fun day with games, activities & food in our award winning Garden of Eatin’, a presentation of our new temporary campus & Fall enrollment information. Celebrating Environmental Protection through recycling, repurposing & composting is the message we hope to convey on the day.

Location: 932 C. St., Novato CA

Website: nbcc.net

Phone: 4158271520

Sat, April 27th
Sun, April 28th

Spring Returns: An Affirming Flame - Rohnert Park

4/27, 8pm AND 4/28, 3pm.
Our Concert begins with 2 collections of miniatures, separated by centuries, but complementary in their efforts to describe how the world works & how to have hope.
Tickets: $25/General,  $15/Students
Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center
(707) 347-9491

Sat, April 27th

HOBO PONG - Santa Rosa

2-7pm - Benefiting the Schoolbox Project.
All-you-can-eat Food.  $30 - All-you-can-drink.
Live Music: The Sam Chase, David Luning, La Gente.

Raffle Tickets: $25/1, $100/5, $200/15, $500/50.

A Table Tennis Tournament:  Tickets: $50/General, $100/Tournament Single, $250/Tournament Team (3 players), Free/Kids under 12.
Hobo Winery
412 Timothy Rd., Suite C, Santa Rosa

Sat, April 27th
Sun, April 28th

Passport to Dry Creek Valley

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


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

Cost: $50–$150
Various Winery Locations
Dry Creek Valley, Cloverdale, Geyserville &  Healdsburg
(707) 433-3031

Sat, April 27th

Santa Rosa Garden Club Plant Sale

9am-2pm - Rain or Shine!
Drought-tolerant & Deer Resistant Plants including Succulents & Perennials.  Proceeds support educational programs & scholarships for students majoring in horticulture at SRJC.
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center
2050 Yulupa Ave.,

Sat, April 27th

13th Annual Aging, Disability & Advocay Exp

10am-3pm - Showcasing the latest assistive technology & services for Adults & Children with disabilities, Veterans & the aging community.
Free Admission.
Grace Pavilion, Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 636-3063 x307

Sat, April 27th

Plant Sale & Garden Craft Fair - Healsburg

9am-1pm - Meet local garden experts, browse for birdhouses & peruse the selection of tomatoes, perennials, herbs, succulents, & vegetable starts.
Opportunities to contribute to horticulture scholarships include:
Clipper sharpening - bring your clippers! ($5)
Food & Mimosas (Breakfast $5, Lunch $8, Both $10).  Proceeds will benefit our local SRJC Students.  Rain or shine!
Healdsburg Senior Living
725 Grove St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-4877

Sat, April 27th

Health Kids Day - Santa Rosa

11am-2pm - A national initiative to improve the health & well-being of kids.  The Y will be hosting active games, healthy snacks, science stations, community information booths, hands on crafts & more!  FREE & open to the public.
1111 College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-9622

Sat, April 27th

A FUNdraiser - Wishing Upon a Star - Santa Rosa

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

Sat, April 27th

Celebrate Youth - Santa Rosa

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

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

Sat, April 27th

An Evening with Jazz Vocalist Jackie Ryan

5:30pm - Sunset VIP Performances.
8pm - Evening Performance.
This will be an exhilarating jazz performance with Jazz great, Pianist Larry Vuckovich Quartet.
A Benefit for the Bodega Bay Firefighters Association.  Advance Tickets Only:
Bodega Harbour Yacht Club, Bodega Bay

Sat, April 27th

5th Annual Car Show - Healdsburg

Come support the Healdsburg HIgh School AutoShop HHS Carnvial.

$25/Enter a car.

8am - Registration,

10am-2pm - Show time.

Vendors, Music & Food!

Held in the Parking Lot of the Healdsburg High School

Sat, April 27th

Russian River Food & Wine Spring Fling

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

Sat, April 27th

Poker Tournament Fundraiser for Montgomery HS - Sa

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

Sat, April 27th

Pasta Feed - Healdsburg

Tickets: $15/Single, $20/Couple.
Presented by The American Legion
Villa Chanticleer,
860 Chanticleer Way, Healdsburg

Sat, April 27th

13th Annual Evening w/ the All-Stars!

5:30-11:30pm - Theme: "Great Minds Think Alike."
In hopes to inspire you to see yourself in our young men & remember what your dreams were when you were their age...
Hanna Boys Center
(707) 933-2555

Sat, April 27th
Sun, April 28th

Blossoms, Bees & Barnyard Babies Spring Farm Tour

Registered Guests will receive an email confirmation allowing them to map out their routes & customize their self-guided tour.
Activities: Farm tours, Demonstrations, Animal Petting, Visits with Baby Farm Animals, Games & Crafts for Kids, Tastings, Flower Arranging & more.  Many stops will offer Snacks, Lunches & picnic sites.  Farm Stands will be open for fresh-from-the-source purchases.  Free to attend.

Sat, April 27th

The Greatest Show in Town - Santa Rosa

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

Sun, April 28th

Public Skating & Snoopy Special at 1969 Prices

Celebrating 50 years of Happiness on Ice!
10:30am-12/Noon - AND 2:30-4pm.
The Warm Puppy Cafe will serve up 1969 Snoopy Special - 75 Cents - Hot Dog, Chips & Jello - for Kids, $1.25/Adults.  Visitors will also meet some of their favorite Peanuts Characters.
Snoopys Home Ice
1667 W. Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-7147

Sun, April 28th


5K/5 Mile timed RACE.  Or... Walk or Stroll!
Registration: 7:45am
Run:  8:30am.
A Skatepark in Forestville will give West County kids a place to be active, build confidence &
have fun!  Plus $5 of each entry will be donated to West County Flood Relief.
(707) 887-8260

Sun, April 28th

Service of Remembrance - Sonoma

3:30pm/Doors Open, 4pm/Service.
Free to attend.
The community is invited to participate in music, prayers, flower ceremony & messages from a variety of spiritual traditions.  Attendees are encouraged to bring photographs of loved ones or objects of remembrance for the altar of memories.
Refreshments to follow.
First Congregational Church of Sonoma
252 West Spain St., Sonoma
(415) 321-7147

Sun, April 28th
Sun, December 8th

Windsor Farmers Market

The market runs SUNDAYS through-Dec. 8, from 10am-1pm AND
THURSDAYS, May 30-Sept. 5 (excludes July 4th), from 5-8pm on the Windsor Town Green.

Look for all the great local Farmers, Vendors & plenty of goodies to eat!  Local Artists & Crafters will be back for gift shopping & season opens with live Bluegrass with the Jam Nation Band.

Sun, April 28th

Marin County Half Marathon

5K & 10K.

Sun, April 28th

Getting to the know the Wetland Birds

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

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

Sun, April 28th


A great opportunity for the entire community to reconnect with SRJCs many offerings.  Children will be introduced to the excitement of higher education, adults can learn about new & compelling career paths & all can explore the many academic, cultural & student life offerings.  Parking & admission are free; no pets are allowed.

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

Sun, April 28th

Plant Sale - Santa Rosa Junior College

10am-4pm - A variety of summer vegetables & ornamental plants for your garden & patio.
Also a great selection of succulents & house plants.
Santa Rosa Junior College
Campus Greenhouse near
Lark Hall off Elliott Ave.,

Sun, April 28th

Fungi Festival - Sebastopol

10am-4pm - Enjoy Wine, Brews, Live Artist Demonstrations, Music, all kinds of Fungi & Fermented Products.
Admission: $10-$30.  Proceeds going to benefit the Ceres Community Project.
Gourmet Mushrooms
2901 Gravenstein Hwy. North

Sun, April 28th

Bobby Bare - Sebastopol

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

Sun, April 28th

Olive Festival - Kelseyville

11am-5pm - Gourmet Olive Oil sampling, Mill Tours, Vendor Booths, Live Music,
Food, Beer & Local Wines.
Chacewater Winery & Olive Mill
5625 Gaddy lane

Sun, April 28th

Free Eye Clinic - Finley Center, Santa Rosa

We will provide a full service: Eye Test, Glaucoma Test, Doctor Consultation, Eyeglasses & other Follow-Up Services
Everything is at NO COST (Note: We are targeting uninsured/underinsured Patients.
2060 West College Ave.,
Please make an Appointment by Texting:
(707) 849-1177 (preferred) or
Calling John Smith at: (707) 521-9819

Sun, April 28th

9th Annual Plant Sale - Petaluma

9am-3pm - Over 25 varieties of affordably priced vegetables, fruits, herbs & flowers to choose from.  Veggie seedlings ready for planting will start at $3.00.  Thanks to our sponsors & the Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative, Petaluma Bounty will offer a 50% discount for anyone purchasing their edible plants with CalFresh (EBT), up to $25!  We will gladly accept EBT cards, cash & credit for payment at this event.

Proceeds help support the Bounty Community Farm Programs & other initiatives that provide healthy food to low-income families & seniors that may not otherwise be able to afford it.  Grow your own food while helping others grow theirs!
Bounty Community Farm
55 Shasta Ave., Petaluma

Mon, April 29th
Tue, July 30th

Jazz & Wine Dinners - Healdsburg

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

Mon, April 29th

Youth Job Fair - Sonoma Valley

5:30-7:30pm - All Sonoma Valley employers are invited to participate.  Meet with the valley youth about employment opportunities, both summer & post-high school. Students will be present along with adults to assist in applications & resumes.
Sonoma Valley High School
20000 Broadway, Sonoma

Mon, April 29th
Sun, October 13th

2nd Annual Cruisin' North Car Show for a Cause

Register by September 1, 2019, for 1 Free T-Shirt. Pricing $40 / $45 Day of Show Dash plaques.  Limited to 150 cars. Food, Music & Vendors.  Free to the public.
Interested in Sponsoring our show:

Vendor information & Form:

Donate online:

Location: The Plaza North Shopping Center Petaluma

Website: cruisinnorth.com

Phone: 707-799-6998

Mon, April 29th
Mon, December 30th

Bye Bye Mattress - Stop Illegal Dumping

California is so much more beautiful without illegally dumped mattresses.
Your community does not have to toss their mattress on the side of the street or alley.  When recycled mattresses can provide steel, fiver & wood that can be repurposed into new, useful products.
This program provides free recycling in California ALL YEAR LONG.

Mon, April 29th

Wine Appreciation Workshop - Cloverdale

6-8pm - Each tasting will feature a slection of world-class wine from the famous to the obscure, a small cheese or charcuterie plate paired with that weeks wines & a mock wine "competition."
204 N. Cloverdale Blvd.,

Mon, April 29th
Sun, June 2nd


ARTISTS ON CLIMATE CHANGE - 42 ARTISTS make statements on climate change.  From debvastation caused by humans to rebirth from disasters & everything in between, the statements made by these works start the conversation.
Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St.
(707) 431-1970

Mon, April 29th
Sat, October 26th

North Bay Discovery Science Day

EVENT HELD ON: October 26th - SC Fairgrounds.

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

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

Mon, April 29th

Movie Night at Sebastiani - Sonoma

6:45pm/Doors Open, 7:30pm/Start Time.
Seats are first come, first served.
Transcendence has partnered with Sebastiani Theatre to bring you another step closer to the legacy of A Chorus Line.
The Every Little Step documentary gives an insiders look at the casting for the 2006 Broadway revival of A Chorus Line while sharing historical concept and creation, of the original 1975 musical itself.  A look behind the curtain at what makes A Chorus Line so timeless & quite frankly... the best musical ever.
Sebastiani Theatre in Sonoma
476 1st Street East

Wed, May 1st

Wine Country Chefs of Tomorrow Fundraiser

5:30-9:30pm - This entertaining night of great food, local wines, silent & live auction raises funds for local Youth Culinary Arts Programs.

Each year partnering with Sonoma County High School Culinary Arts Programs including Casa Grande, El Molino, Healdsburg, Maria Carrillo, Piner, Sonoma Valley & Windsor.  Each School will be partnered with an executive chef for a friendly appetizer competition dueling it out for the “Peoples Choice Award” & the “Best Appetizer”.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Rohnert Park
(707) 837-1928

Wed, May 1st

Ukulele for Beginners - Sonoma

6pm - Learn the basics & have a song repertoire by the end of class!  Registration is required.
Free to attend.
755 West Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 996-5217

Wed, May 1st

Adult Volunteer Orientation

6:30-7:30pm - Prior to the orientation we ask that you submit a volunteer application through our volunteer page so we can get an idea of who is coming.  We will provide paperwork to complete at the orientation.

Wed, May 1st

Adobe Lightroom - Untether, work anywhere

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

Wed, May 1st

Cotati Garden Design Talk

6-8pm - Join Daily Acts & the City of Cotati for this free presentation on how to design an ecologically supportive residential garden.  Maybe you are ready to take advantage of the city’s cash for grass rebate program & get rid of your lawn, or maybe you are just feeling like your yard needs an upgrade. Let us help you orient to the steps of how to design a garden that will nourish your senses, provide habitat & enhance your home value, while saving money on your water bill.

Walking you through the step by step design process & share some of our favorite, tried-and-true water-wise plants & garden elements as inspiration for your personal paradise.
Learn about rebate programs, sheet mulching, creating permeable surfaces & greywater/rainwater catchment systems. You will walk away with plenty of ideas to jump start your creativity.

Cotati Room 216 East School St. Cotati


Wed, May 1st

Adobe Lightroom: Untether work wherever you are

4-6pm - So you have Lightroom Classic CC; you know it can sync to the cloud & then to your mobile device, right?  Learn to sort & edit files while waiting for your car to be washed, or outside in your hammock.  Practice syncing collections, & then do the same things we have been doing on the desktop version of LR on our iPhones & iPads! Bring your laptop & a mobile device for the best hands-on experience during this session.
3011 Santa Rosa Ave #C, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3456

Thu, May 2nd

Healdsburg Jazz Gala

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

Our signature fundraiser provides critical funding that directly supports Healdsburg Jazz music education programs & annual festival & is our most important fundraising event of the year!
Mayacama Golf Club
1240 Mayacama Club Dr., Santa Rosa


Thu, May 2nd
Thu, June 6th

Sonoma Art Walk

5:30-7:30pm - EVERY 1st THURSDAY of the MONTH.

Fri, May 3rd

First Friday Film Series: The Getaway

7pm - See one of Charles Schulzs favorite movies on the big screen.  The action thriller The Getaway (1972) stars Steve McQueen & Ali McGraw as husband & wife on the run after a heist gone awry.
Cost: Free/Members. $5/General - Includes Popcorn & Candy.  Sponsored by Craig Schulz.

Fri, May 3rd
Sun, May 5th

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival

Stimulating the minds & nurturing the souls of readers!
The Lodge at Sonoma

Fri, May 3rd
Sun, May 12th

40th Anniversary Celebration - Occidental Communit

Enjoy a series of concerts exploring the healing alchemy of singing in community.  Through storytelling, poetry, tap-dancing microbes et al & featuring the original songs for which the choir has become well-loved, the Spring program promises to deliver sweet and soulful harmonies, poignant & funny lyrics, expertly rendered accompaniment & laughter & tears that will engage & inspire us together in choral community.

May 3, 4, 5, 11 - Occidental Center for the Arts 3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental.

Sun. May 12 @ Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Av., Santa Rosa

Fri, May 3rd

High Heels for Hope - Santa Rosa

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

John Ash & Co/Vintners Inn Event Center
4350 Barnes Rd., Santa Rosa

Fri, May 3rd

High School Art Exhibits - Santa Rosa

May 3–24, 2019
5/3 - Opening Reception, 5-8pm
(SOFA Arts District First Friday Open Studios)
Hours: Thur 12-3pm, Fri & Sat 11-4pm, Sun 11-2pm.
A terrific array of artwork from senior art students of SR High Schools.  These pictures were chosen by art teachers at Montgomery, Santa Rosa, Elsie Allen & Ridgway High Schools.
More artwork by Sonoma County art students will be showcased in the SRAC gallery the preceding week.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa

Fri, May 3rd
Fri, May 3rd

First Friday Film Series - Schulz Museum

5/3 - The Getaway.
$5/Admission includes Popcorn & Candy.
(707) 579-4452

Sat, May 4th

CASA goes Country - Kenwood

4-9pm -  All Cowboys & Cowgirls join us for Dining, Live Auction & Raffles, Music, Tastings from many of Sonoma Countys best wineries.
Margaret Belton bringing us Patsy Clines best.
Support the CASA Program & its mission to advocate for positive futures & outcomes for Sonoma Countys abused & neglected children.
Belos Cavalos
687 Campagna Ln., Kenwood
(707) 565-6375

Sat, May 4th
Sun, May 5th

Salmon Creek Artwalk Open Studios

10am-4pm - Works from 11 Artists.
A wonderful variety of fine arts & crafts pieces: Paintings (Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastel), Photographs, Handmade Footwear & Custom Leather, Fused Glass Jewelry, Figurative Sculptures, Mixed Media, Stained Glass, Island Style Glass, Lino-Cut Prints & Ceramics.
Follow Orange "Artwalk" signs Salmon Creek, 1 mile north of Bodega Bay on Hwy.1.  Turn West on Bean Ave. & follow signs to studios.
(707) 875-9609

Sat, May 4th

The IPA 10k & Beer Mile Invitational - Sebastopol

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

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

Sat, May 4th

Derby After Dark - Santa Rosa

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

Sat, May 4th
Sat, May 25th

Spring Plant Sales - Willowside School Nursery

PRICE: $4/1 gallon containers.
May 4, May 25

We gladly accept donations of healthy plants, garden tools, working wagons, ceramic pots, recycled 1 gallon nursery containers, etc.
5299 Hall Rd, Santa Rosa
(Corner of Willowside & Hall Rd)
Entrance is on Willowside Road
(707) 569-4724

Sat, May 4th

Cloverdale Fiddle Festival

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

Sat, May 4th

Kenwood Wetlands Fundraiser

4-8pm - Checkerbloom Gala - Benefits the restoration of the Kenwood Wetlands, a wildlife habitat & home of the endangered Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom.
Tickets: $125/Per Person, $100/W/C Member.
The Garden Party includes: A Petanque Tournament, Vault Tasting, Spa Treatments by the Pool, BBQ & Silent Auction.
Deeerfield Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
(707) 833-5215 x1003

Sat, May 4th

California Indian Museum & Cultural Center

11am-4pm - Open to the public & admission is free!  If you have been waiting for a CIMCC weekend event, this is the perfect time to come!

Sat, May 4th

Windsor Day Parade & Festival

8am-6pm - This year, the Annual Parade will be joining forces with the Windsor Day Festival & Cinco de Mayo Celebration to bring you a fun-filled day.
Enjoy Booths, Food & Drinks, Car Show, Live Entertainment & best of all for us, Dogs!
Windsor Town Green

Sat, May 4th

Preparedness Workshop w/ Supervisor Gorin

9am-12/Noon - Covering a number of topics including defensible space, home hardening, firewise landscaping & COPE.  State & & Local Officials will be on hand to provide important information.
Altimira Middle School - Multipurpose Room
17805 Arnold Dr.,
(707) 565-2241

Sat, May 4th

Sonoma County Jail Plant Sale

9am-12/Noon- CA natives, succulents, trees. Bring whell barrow to transport your plants!
100% of sales supports the Jail Agricultural Education.
Sonoma  County Jail Nursery
2254 Ordinance Rd., Santa Rosa

Sat, May 4th

Redwood Empire Rose Society

Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center
2050 Yulupa Ave.,

Sat, May 4th
Sun, May 5th

Hopland Passport

11am-5pm - Tours, Tastes, Music & Dancing.
$45/2-Day Passport,
Free/Designated Drivers,
$65/2-Day Passport + BBQ/Dance.

Sat, May 4th

The Greast Russian River Race

11am - Race Begins
12/Noon-4pm - Beach Party
5-Mile Run, Free Beach Party, Food, Wines, Music, Kids Activities.
Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach

Sat, May 4th

7th Annual Sonoma Overnight Support

12/Noon-3pm -  BBQ Lunch & Entertainment.
Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Burlingame Hall
252 West Spain St., Sonoma
(707) 939-6777

Sat, May 4th

Half Shells & Chardonnay - Kenwood

11am-3pm - Enjoy live music, freshly shucked oysters from Hog Island Oyster Co. & local BBQ paired with our single-vineyard Chardonnays & Pinot Noir.
Landmark Vineyards
(707) 833-0053

Sat, May 4th

Human Race - Santa Rosa

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

Sat, May 4th
Sun, May 5th

Sonoma County Art Festival - Montgomery Village

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

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

Sat, May 4th

Lakewood Village Art Party - Windsor

12/Noon-3pm - Free Family Fun!  Giveaways, Kids Crafts, DJ, Face Painter, Balloon Twister & more!
Located off Hwy 101
Lakewood Dr. & Brooks Rd., Windsor

Sat, May 4th

Murder Mystery Party

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

Sat, May 4th
Tue, November 26th

Farmers Market - Healdsburg

Saturdays: 8:30am-12/Noon - May-Nov - North & Vine
Tuesdays: 9am-1pm - June-Sept - 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 enjoy delicious Cooked Food, Packaged Food Product & beautiful, Handmade Crafts.

Sat, May 4th

Eco-Friendly Garden Tour - Sonoma & Marin Counties

10am-4pm - Promotes sustainable landscaping practices by showcasing inspiring gardens throughout Sonoma a& Marin counties.  Registration is required for this free event.

Sat, May 4th
Sun, May 5th

Bodega Bay Fishermans Festival

10am-5pm - Live Music, Seafood & Food Trucks, Wine & Beer, Craft Booths, Kids Zone, Pet Parade, Blessing of the Fleet, Wooden Boat Building Competition.
Westside Park

Sun, May 5th

Geyservilles May Day Celebration

12/Noon-4pm - Featuring the May Pole Dance, Kiwanis Rib Cook-off, Ballet Folklorico performances & the crowning of the 2019 May Day Queen & her court, plus food & drinks, historical displays, a Bounce House & plenty of fun for the whole family.
Hoffman Picnic Grounds

Sun, May 5th

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

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

Sun, May 5th

First Sunday Pack Walk - Windsor

9-11am - Meet at Green Dog headquarters to pick up a dog to walk & then head to the Windsor Middle School to start our walk.  Great opportunity for volunteers to support our adoptable rescue dogs while raising awareness of what we do in our community!  Our Pack Walk usually lasts about 90 minutes.  Bring layers, water or sunscreen & come prepared to walk.
Windsor Middle School

Sun, May 5th
Sun, July 7th

Global Ethnobotany with a Local Focus

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

Sun, May 5th
Sun, May 5th

Spring Flower Workshop

Learn the secrets to creating your own professional-looking floral arrangement with Pam Bell & Dragonfly Floral.  Take inspiration from the interwoven hills & vines of wine country from our Lakeside Pavilions, where Pam will lead guests in the basics of floral arranging.  Then put your own creativity to work while learning about the recent releases of our Notre Vue Estate Wines & wonderful small bites. Leave with your own created arrangement to enjoy at home or present to your favorite Mom!
Limit 14 guests.  Tickets: $95 General Admission.

Location: Notre Vue Estate

Website: https://www.notrevueestate.com/

Phone: 7074334050

Sun, May 5th
Sun, May 5th

Cinco De Mayo Sonoma Car Show

Sunday May 5th from Noon-7pm

Location: Sonoma Plaza

Phone: 415 601 6544

Tue, May 7th

Willie Nelson & Family - LBC

8pm - With a 6-decade career & 200 plus albums, this iconic Texan is the creative genius behind the historic recordings of Crazy, Red Headed Stranger & Stardust.  Tickets: $173, $123, $103.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd,  

Wed, May 8th
Sat, May 11th

Athlete Village/Finish LIne IRONMAN - Santa Rosa

The Center of the Event serving as the location for Athlete Check-In, Athlete Briefings & the IRONMAN Merchandise Store.

Wed, May 8th

Lets Talk About Death: Film & Discussion Evening

6:30-9pm - Local non-profit screens the film Mr. Church.  Donation: $5-$15 at the door.
Come early to get your seat & enjoy home-made savory foods & desserts for sale at the event!
Sebastopol Grange Hall
6000 Hwy 12, Sebastopol

Thu, May 9th

Wine Appreciation Workshop - Cloverdale

6-8pm - Each tasting will feature a slection of world-class wine from the famous to the obscure, a small cheese or charcuterie plate paired with that weeks wines & a mock wine "competition."
204 N. Cloverdale Blvd.,

Thu, May 9th

National Bike to Work Day (Month)

Cycling to work reduces carbon emissions & traffic congestion, improves physical & mental health & saves money - plus, its fun!
Throughout the month
activities to support those willing to give commuting on two wheels a try.

Sign the online Pledge to Ride on Bike to Work Day & you will receive helpful tips by email weekly AND be entered in a drawing to win cool prizes!

Energizer Stations are set up during the morning commute (6-9am) along cycling routes throughout the county, offering riders snacks, swag &
encouragement.  Its a party on 2-wheels!

Festivities at Trail House in Santa Rosa & at Crooked Goat in Sebastopol.

Thu, May 9th

Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimers - Sebastopol

1-3pm - Alzheimers disease causes changes in memory, thinking & behavior that interfere with daily life.  Join us to learn about 10 common warning signs & what to watch for in yourself & others.  Free & open to the community.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440

Thu, May 9th
Thu, May 23rd

Heart Connection Group - Sebastopol

1:30-3pm - 2nd & 4th THURSDAYS of each MONTH.
May 9 & May 23.
Join this facilitated group to gain greater personal connection & learn to listen with compassion.  Everyone is welcome.
Facilitated by John Olesen, MA, TEP.
Free/Members, $5/Non-Members, $5
Drop-in; no reservation necessary.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440

Fri, May 10th
Fri, June 14th

2nd FRIDAYS - Sebastopol

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

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

Fri, May 10th

Spring Speaker Series - Sebastopol

2:30-3:30pm - The Power of Intuition as a Valid Form of Knowledge with Dr. Jon Jackson.
Free/Members, $5/Non-Members, $5
Please RSVP, (707) 829-2440
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-2440

Sat, May 11th

47th Anniversary Graduation & Awards Luncheon

12/Noon-2:30pm - Take photos on the Red Carpet in front of the Julie Nation backdrop.
Julie Nation Students & Graduates presented on stage during our Graduation Ceremony.
Awards presented.  Agents will be in attendance.
Lunch includes: Caesar Salad, Pasta, Lasagna, Rolls & French Bread, Cookies & Cakes, Coffee, Tea & lemonade.  Tickets: $25.
Finley Community Center
2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa

Sat, May 11th

Julie Nation Academy Model/Talent Showcase

10am-4:30pm - Modeling & Acting Agents are coming here to discover Great Talent
Ages: Children, Teens, Adults.
Finley Center
2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa
Register: (707) 575-8585

Sat, May 11th

Heritage Homes Spring Garden & Parlor Tour

1-4pm - Lush gardens in bloom & gracious parlors of 3 historic residences will offer a glimpse of Petalumas past & present beauty. Includes a stop at the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum to view their McNear Parlor & enjoy Tea & cookies in the Museum Garden Court.
Proceeds directly benefit the Petaluma Museum Association.
$20/Adults, Free/Children under 12.
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum
20 Fourth St., Petaluma
(707) 778-4398

Sat, May 11th
Sat, May 11th

Petaluma Library Landscape Revitalization

On Mother's Day weekend, Daily Acts will be hosting a celebratory morning of garden maintenance at the Petaluma Library. This site was completed just last year & it is now time to re-assess & help out the landscape with some infill planting, weeding & mulching. We'll discuss the plants that were chosen & why as well as proper care techniques. You'll also have the chance to install some additional plants, check irrigation and discuss the importance of mulch reapplication.

Location: 100 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma

Website: https://dailyacts.org/events-1/?eid=11188

Phone: 707-789-9664

Sat, May 11th

IRONMAN - Santa Rosa

Athletes from around the world test the limits of their endurance by Swimming, Biking & Running through more than 140 miles of Sonoma Countys scenic countryside.
2.4 Mile Swim, 112 Mile Bike, 26.2 Mile Run.

Sat, May 11th

Fred’s All American Old Car Day

Location: The Stoke Ranch, 5525 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa

Sat, May 11th

Benefit for Santa Rosa Arts Center - Santa Rosa

3-6pm - Joyride & New Skye Band.  Cost: $10/Door.
A music doubleheader with New Skye Band and Joyride on the backyard stage at Santa Rosa Arts Center (formerly Chroma Gallery) in the SOFA Arts District, home of Winterblast.

Santa Rosa Arts Center founded in 2017 is the anchor for the South of A (SOFA) Arts District, providing artists of many experience levels an opportunity to exhibit their work in a beautiful gallery setting.  RAC sponsors art shows, live music concerts, benefits, classes & much more.  Support the arts, music & cultural life of our community.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa
(707) 526-135

Sat, May 11th

Music for Schools, Instrument Drive

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

Sun, May 12th

Mothers Day Plant Sale - Santa Rosa

11am-3pm - Chosen Spot Celebration!
Come enjoy the beautiful Spring Gardens & celebrate Mothers Day and planting season with us!
Cost: $3/Adults, Free/Children under 12.
Luther Burbank Home & Gardens
100 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa

Sun, May 12th
Sun, May 12th

Flower Crown Workshop

5-7:30pm - Grab your Mom, Daughter or BFF & learn the basics of design & assembly with Rebekah while enjoying a glass of wine.



Location: Landmark Vineyards 101 Adobe Canyon Rd. Kenwood, CA 95452

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flower-crown-workshop-tickets-52999941251?aff=utm_source%3Deb_email%26utm_medium%3Demail%26utm_campaign%3Dnew_event_email&utm_term=eventurl_text

Phone: 707.833.0053

Wed, May 15th
Wed, August 21st

Crawfish Boil - Kenwood

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

Wed, May 15th

Rotary Community Peace Park - Rohnert Park

5:30pm - You are invited to join us for the official dedication & presentation of the Rotary Community Peace park to the Community.
Light refreshments will be served.
Burton Avenue Recreation Center
7421 Burton Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 508-5819

Thu, May 16th

William Shatner Live - San Rafael

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

Thu, May 16th
Thu, May 16th

Whats in Bloom Walks - Quarryhill Botanical Garden

10am - Leading the Walk, Director, Bill McNamara.

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

Thu, May 16th
Sat, May 18th

American Graffiti Car Show

Thursday - Jump Start Dinner, Presale Tickets Only, Cattlemens Restaurant, 6pm

Friday - Cruise In Social, No Registration Required, Plaza North, 4-8pm

Saturday - Annual Salute Car Show and Cruise, Downtown Petaluma, 10-8pm

Fri, May 17th

Spring Concert - Analy High School

6:30pm - Kick off your Summer with music from all 4 Analy ensembles: Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Orchestra & Jazz Band.  Enjoy concert band music, classical orchestra music & a little jazz.
Tickets: $7/Adults, $5/Seniors/Students, Free/Kids under 5.
Analy High School Theatre
6950 Analy Ave, Sebastopol
(707) 824-2337

Sat, May 18th

Hessel Guild Plant Sale & Craft Fair - Sebastopol

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

Sat, May 18th

8:30am-12:30pm - FREE! PLEASE NOTE: There is a 4

8:30am-12:30pm - FREE! PLEASE NOTE:  There is a 4 box maximum per household.
Those in attendance can participate in the hourly drawing for Wilson Wine.  Coffee & Pastries will be provided by Patelco Credit Union.
100 School House Lane, Geyserville
(707) 857-1728

Sat, May 18th

Lights, Camera, Auctgion 2019

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

Sat, May 18th

Kids to Parks Day Scavenger Hunt

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

All ages are welcome to participate, but the Scavenger Hunt was created with the intention of being age-appropriate for kids ages 6-12.
Younger children will need extra adult help with the scavenger hunt.
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd.

Sat, May 18th

Rosalia: An Ancient Festival of Roses & Plant Sale

11am-3pm - Heirloom roses sale of rare old roses & companion plants.  Advice & education about using old roses in modern gardens.
Wischemann Hall
465 Morris St., Sebastopol

Sat, May 18th

Hessel Community Guild Plant Sale

8am-2pm - Featuring a large variety of annual & perennial landscape plants, plus hundreds of vegetable starts grown by our members & friends.  Handmade crafts & bake sale.  Proceeds go to our building maintenance & program funds.
Free admission.
5400 Blank Rd., Sebastopol
(707) 480-5287

Sat, May 18th

Big Botanical Beings - Occidental

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

Sat, May 18th


(formerly Wine Women & Shoes).

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

Sat, May 18th

Paula Pounstone - LBC

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

Sat, May 18th
Sun, May 19th

WASCO Art Show & Sale - Montgomery Village

911 Village Court, Santa Rosa

Sat, May 18th

125th Annual Luther Burbank Rose Parade

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

Sat, May 18th
Sun, May 19th

Sights & Scents in an Enchanted Garden - Healdsbur

Garden & Nursery Open: 10am-5pm.  $2/Donation
Fairy story telling time by Angela Sage Larsen, noted Author of "Petalwink the Fairy" childrens books, on Saturday (11am & 2pm) & Sunday (at 2pm).

ALSO, Fragrant Perfume Fields, Childrens Fairy Garden & Rose Heaven!  Details to follow.
The Russian River Rose Co.
1685 Magnolia Drive • Healdsburg
(707) 433-7455

Sat, May 18th
Sat, May 18th

Spring Celebration Lunch

Enjoy a 3-Course Family Style Feast provided by Pascaline Fine Catering. 
Looking forward to great friends, wonderful wines & lifetime memories from our
Block 23 Terrace.  Tickets:  $130/General Admission.
https://www.notrevueestate.com/product/Spring-Celebration-Lunch $115 Wine Club Members https://www.notrevueestate.com/product/Spring-Celebration-Lunch

Location: Notre Vue Estate

Website: https://www.notrevueestate.com/

Phone: 7074334050

Sun, May 19th
Sun, May 19th

Carrillo Redline CarFEST

Registration at 8:30am Show begins at 10:00am Awards at 1:30pm

Location: Mario Carillo High School Parking Lot - 6975 Montecito Blvd. Santa Rosa

Phone: 707-889-3735

Sun, May 19th

Veterans Appreciation Expo - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - A Day of FUN!
Open to all Local Veterans & their Families.
Kid Friendly with Activities. Non-Alcohol Event.
Music, Guest Speakers, Information Booths & more.
Petaluma Veterans Memorial Facility
1094 Petaluma Blvd., S.
(707) 765-4898

Mon, May 20th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

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

Thu, May 23rd

Wine Appreciation Workshop - Cloverdale

6-8pm - Each tasting will feature a slection of world-class wine from the famous to the obscure, a small cheese or charcuterie plate paired with that weeks wines & a mock wine "competition."
204 N. Cloverdale Blvd.,

Thu, May 23rd

Santa Rosa Symphony Fundraiser - Quarryhill

1-4pm - Docent-led Tour.  A breathtaking Asian specific Botanical Garden - A feast for the senses!  Enjoy Wine & Appetizers in Jane’s Garden following the tour.
Tickets: $45/General, $40/Members of the Santa Rosa Symphony League.
12841 Highway 12, Glen Ellen 

Thu, May 23rd

Pick-a-Purse Party - Montgomery Village

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

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

Thu, May 23rd
Thu, May 23rd

Ladies in Leadership~ “It’s High Time for High Tea

Ladies & Gentlemen are welcome at this imaginative & fun evening experience which offers music, raffle prizes, socializing, learning, collaborative discussion, refreshments, networking, historical recollection & leadership development.

Ispirational Guest Speakers: Pat Kerrigan of KSRO, Josephine Kimani, CEO and Founder of Diverse Senior Care, Inga Lizdenyte, International Speaker & Author, & Michelle Martin, Regional V.P. of Primerica Financial Services.  Tea Party Tables are themed & available for Sponsorship.  Seating is first come first serve.

Tea Party Table themes: Eleanor Roosevelt, Coco Chanel, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Oprah Winfrey, Rosa Parks, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana, Helen Keller, Amelia Earhart, Florence Nightingale & Margaret Mitchell.  All Raffle Money raised in excess of costs shall be shared by AMVETS Post 40 (a 501(c)19 which supports Veterans & their Families in the North Bay Area) & The Northbay Alliance of Professional Women (a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to Leadership Development)

(707) 217-9994 or (707) 799-6611

Location: Veterans Memorial Building 1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ladies-in-leadership-high-time-for-high-tea-leadership-event-tickets-58401579697

Phone: 707-217-9994

Fri, May 24th
Sun, June 16th

Billy Nobody - Guerneville

Show runs through June 16th.
Can Aurora, an audacious world-traveling bon vivant, save timid fear-driven Billy Nobody from himself?  Subjective reality & self-centered fear are both the subject & substance of this “opposites-attract” absurdist romantic comedy.
7:30pm - Friday & Saturday, 4pm - Sunday Matinees.
Tickets: $18/General, $15/Seniors & Students.
May 24 & May 31 Performances:  Pay-what-you-can.
The Masonic Lodge, Downtown Guerneville

Fri, May 24th
Mon, May 27th

Memorial Weekend Sale - Montgomery Village

4-Day Sale
911 Village Ct., Santa Rosa

Sat, May 25th

17th Annual Oakmont Car Show

10am-1pm - View over 100+ Cars!
Lots of fun for the whole family - enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, snacks, drinks, piano music & other munchies!
(408) 221-1284 or (707) 539-2802

Sat, May 25th

Veterans Appreciation Day - Montgomery Village

911 Village Ct., Santa Rosa

Sat, May 25th
Mon, May 27th

Memorial Tea & Memories in the Rose Garden

Garden & Nursery Open 10am-5pm.   
$4/Donation (includes tea service)

Sip a cup of organic tea & RELAX as you enjoy
the Garden with its 650 varieties of roses.
Place a personal message on our (MEMORIAL WISHING TREE)-in memory of a friend or loved one - or simply offer a positive thought for the world.
The Russian River Rose Co.
|1685 Magnolia Dr., Healdsburg
(707) 433-7455

Wed, May 29th

Donna McKechnie - Sonoma

7-8:30pm - A Professional Dancer, Singer, Actress, Choreographer & Author whose illustrious career has spanned more than 50 years.
Best-known & beloved for her portrayal of Cassie in the original Broadway cast of the 1975 musical, A Chorus Line, for which she received the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.  

Additionally, members of Transcendences production of A Chorus Line will be in attendance to perform a song or two from the show.
Tickets $35-$75, VIP Experience Available.
Hanna Boys Center
17000 Arnold Drive, Sonoma

Thu, May 30th

Pride & Joy - Montgomery Village

5:30-8pm - Concerts under the stars!
911 Village Court, Santa Rosa

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