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Fri, January 27th
Tue, January 31st

January - National Blood Donor Month

Blood Supply Sinks to Lowest Level in a Year: National Nonprofit Vitalant Declares Emergency Blood Shortage.

Vitalant is declaring a blood emergency after the blood supply
for patients recently dipped to its lowest level in a year.
Eligible blood donors of all types are needed to prevent interruptions
in patient care for about 900 hospitals nationwide, including over 45
in the San Francisco Bay Area. Lasting changes to how people live,
work & play plus recent winter weather across the country canceling blood drives are taking their toll.




Fri, January 27th
Sun, April 2nd

Landscape Improvisations: James Reynolds - Sebastopol

4-6pm -  New Paintings by James Reynolds.
Show runs through April 2, 2023, Reception on Sat. March 4, 4-6pm.
These radiant, masterful landscapes & wildlife paintings encompass
both vast scopes & delicate details. His new work, with improvisational approaches to landform & light, catch the spirit of place in the Bay Area
& beyond, a transient natural beauty that touches deep chords in the viewer.
Sebastopol Gallery open daily, 10-5pm.
Sebastopol Gallery
150 N. Main St., Sebastopol http://sebastopolgallery.com

Fri, January 27th
Thu, March 9th

Focus Groups on Aging - Sonoma County

Planning for the needs of Seniors & their Caregivers.
We want to hear from you! Join us for a series of in-person & virtual
focus groups around the needs of Sonoma County's seniors, people with disabilities & their caregivers.
Please click on the link below for dates/details.

The Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging makes recommendations to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors regarding the needs of older and disabled adults and their caregivers.



Fri, January 27th
Tue, January 31st

Book Clubs at your Local Library

Book Clubs for Everyone. 


Website: https://sonomalibrary.org/events/book-groups

Fri, January 27th
Mon, February 13th

Art Workshop of Western Sonoma County exhibit

8:30am-9pm - Featuring works by 9 artists & photographer
Robert Caruso.  Open to all & free to attend.
Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Highway, Cotati


Fri, January 27th
Sat, February 25th

“New Year, New Work: A Hopeful Show” - Santa Rosa

Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm. 

Artists express gratitude, hope & joy in the era of COVID-19.  Free to attend.
Santa Rosa Arts Center (in the SOFA Arts District)
312 S. A St., Santa Rosa

Sat, January 28th
Sat, April 1st

Healdsburg Farmers Market

Every Saturday - 8:30am-Noon

Featuring several new farmers, new food producers & the return of live music!

West Plaza Parking Lot, Healdsburg

Sun, January 29th

Sonoma County’s Poet Laureate - Cloverdale

2pm - Elizabeth Herron: “In the Cities of Sleep” book launch
with Sonoma County’s Poet Laureate.
Free to attend.  Donations greatly accepted.
Occidental Center for the Art
3850 Doris Murphy Court, Occidental
(707) 874-9392



Sun, January 29th

El Mercadito - Santa Rosa

11am-3pm - SUNDAYS Year Round.
Lots of great produce, baked goods from various bakeries, fresh
coffee, restaurant quality prepared food & lots more!

Roseland Village
right next to the Mitote Food Park
Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa



Mon, January 30th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series: The Peking Acrobats

6:30-7:30pm - They push the limits of human ability, defying gravity
with amazing displays of contortion, flexibility & control all accompanied
by live musicians, skillfully playing traditional Chinese instruments.
Family Fun in the Lobby Starting 1 hour before each performance,
please join us in the lobby for fun art projects uniquely developed for each show.  It's a fun, free way for adults & children alike to get creative, while enhancing your enjoyment of the show.  We also have pizza, beverages
& snacks available, all priced with a familys budget in mind!
Subscription holders, be sure to stick around after the show to meet
the cast & get autographs. (Excluding The Peking Acrobats).

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/peking-acrobats/

Mon, January 30th
Sun, March 12th

The Spark of Schulz ~ A Centennial Celebration

The Spark of Schulz: A Centennial Celebration
Exhibit runs through — March 12, 2023

In honor Charles Schulz' 100th birthday the cartoonist
behind Snoopy, Charlie Brown & the Peanuts Gang ~ The Schulz
Museum celebrates with the exhibition, a book & USPS Stamps!


Mon, January 30th
Fri, March 17th

Become a CASA Volunteer - Sonoma County

What is CASA?

CASAs (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are volunteers & ordinary
citizens, like you, doing extraordinary work. CASA advocates establish
stable relationships with foster children, getting to know their unique history
& making informed recommendations to the courts. When a child has an advocate, he/she is more likely to get needed services — and a permanent, stable home. Are you eager to make a difference in a child’s life?
Become a volunteer.

(707) 565-6379

Tue, January 31st

Social Media Presentation for Families - Petaluma

6-7:30pm -Free & Open to the Public.
Please join experts in the Field of Social Media Safety,
so that you & your children can understand how to stay safe online
& in the real world.

Who Should Attend:  Students, Agest 12 & over, Parents &
Guardians, School Personnel, Concerned Citizens.

Polly Klaas Community Theater
417 Western Ave., Petaluma


Thank you to our Sponsors who make this free program possible:
Rip City Riders, Exchange Bank & Speedway Children's Charities.


Tue, January 31st
Tue, April 25th

Year-Round Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Petaluma

10am-1:30pm - Enjoy fresh fruit, veggies, ready to eat items, coffee,
flowers, gifts & lots more!
Lucchesi Park
320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma

Wed, February 1st
Sun, March 5th

From East to Zest - Glen Ellen

On view through - March 5, 2023 Visitors enjoy a big squeeze of color this winter as Sonoma Botanical Garden transforms its greenhouse into a cornucopia of living citrus trees in fruit.
he Garden kicks off its brand-new special exhibition program with a first-time indoor botanical display, From East to Zest, an original, living exhibition illustrating citrus’ colorful journey across the globe. Immersed in fragrance
& color, visitors learn fun facts as they stroll, from the myth of the Meyer Lemon to the cause of the Grapefruit Effect.   Virtually all citrus originated in Southeast Asia, yet today are thoroughly ingrained in the cuisines & cultures of the Americas. Imagine Peruvian food without lemons, or Mexican cuisine without limes!
Sonoma Botanical Garden
12841 Hwy 12, Glen Ellen
(707) 996-3166

Wed, February 1st
Fri, September 1st

Sculpture Garden Exhibit - LBC, Santa Rosa

Thousand Ways: A Work in Progress.  Running through September, 2023.

Collaborating with Petaluma River Park Foundation (PRPF) to feature work
by lead artists
David Duskin & Darling Gonzalez that challenges how we
see & experience art, using a language of
color & simple materials to create infinite compositions. The pieces invite you to come back again
& again to see the evolution. Designed to encourage us to think about
the impact of how small
changes can reshape our perspective.

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

Wed, February 1st

Wading Through Flood Information - a Free Flood Ready Webinar

5-6pm - Online - Virtual Event. COPE Northern Sonoma County is hosting its first free,
quarterly webinar for 2023. The February webinar will focus on being
flood ready, with discussions on flood risks & evacuation procedures.
Learn about flood risks in our area, how to evacuate during a flood
& how to prepare for a flood. The speakers will be from Sonoma County Department of Emergency Management & Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, with an opportunity for attendees to post questions. To register for the webinar, residents can go to:



Thu, February 2nd
Sun, February 5th

Yountville International Short Film Festival

4 Days of Film Screenings, VIP Cinema Experience, Special
Events & Wine Pairings.  Feb. 2-5, 2023

The Heritage Room/Bardessono Hotel & Spa
In the Heart of Downtown Yountville


Thu, February 2nd
Sun, February 26th

ART - Heldsburg

11am-6pm - “Color with Love" ~ Windsor Artist Nancy Gray & others
display heart paintings.  Free to view.  Show runs through Feb., 26, 2023.
Upstairs Art Gallery
306 Center St., Healdsburg
(707) 431-4214


Thu, February 2nd

JAZZ - Cloverdale

7:30pm - Pamela Rose & Mimi Fox: The Jazz Club performance.
Program of duets featuring blues/jazz, early folk & more. Tickets: $25.
Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery
204 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale
(707) 894-4410




Fri, February 3rd


4-6pm - A collective of 6 seasoned Bay Area musicians known
for their collaborative songwriting & high-energy live shows,
performing an infectious blend of music they call California Americana Soul.  Anderson Valley Brewing Company


Sat, February 4th

Introduction to Modern Square Dancing - Santa Rosa

2-4pm - Come see what modern social square dancing is all about.
No experience necessary. No charge, but $5 donations will be gratefully accepted.  A class series will follow beginning 2/18/23. Monroe Hall
1400 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa http://www.singlesandpairs.com/

Sat, February 4th

Grammy-Nominated Storyteller Diane Ferlatte - Petaluma River Park

9:30-11am - Together with Petaluma Blacks for Community Development,
we are pleased to welcome award-winning, international storyteller
Diane Ferlatte.  From Austria to Jamaica, Diane has shared her enchanting storytelling with people across the globe & believes that "telling & listening
to each other's stories not only enables us to learn about each other,
but also to understand each other better."  As part of our monthly First
Saturday Walk & Talk, Diane & her musical sidekick, Erik Pearson,
will join us for an hour of interactive & family-friendly storytelling under
the comfort of an enclosed tent.  What stories will she share with us?
Sorry, no spoilers, you'll have to come see for yourself!

Petaluma River Park
300 Copeland Street, Petaluma https://www.petalumariverpark.org/events/first-saturday-february-4-2023

Sat, February 4th

Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

5pm/Doors Open, Silent Auction,
6:30pm/Dinner Service & Live Auction.
All you can eat Crab, no-host Bar, our famous Clam Chowder,
Salad & Dessert.
Tickets: $70/General Seating, $800/Puma Pride -
Hosted by the Puma Athletic Boosters of Maria Carrillo High School.
St. Eugene's/Becker Center
2323 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa




Sat, February 4th

Valentine's Bar(n) Crawl Benefitting Charlie's Acres Farm Animal Sanctuary

12/Noon - 3pm - We've taken your traditional Bar Crawl
& added pigs, cows, goats & more!

Join us at Charlie's Acres Farm Animal Sanctuary for brews
& bites at this 21+ Barn Crawl event. Located just minutes from
downtown Sonoma, our sanctuary is the perfect place for all animal
lovers to visit. You & your friends will love tasting a selection of wines
from local producers alongside plant-based bites while you make your
way from barn to barn meeting some incredible rescued animals.
Charlie's Acres is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal sanctuary.
All proceeds from the event go towards supporting the lifelong
care of our 150 rescued animal residents. This experience lasts
approximately 1.5 hours with entry of small groups at staggered
start times.

Charlie's Acres Farm Animal Sanctuary http://charliesacres.org

Sat, February 4th

33rd Wine & Crab Festival - Santa Rosa

Supporting Scholarships, Agricultural Education & Advocacy Programs.

Presented by the Sonoma County Farm Bureau.
4pm - Reception & Silent Auction,
6pm - Crab Feed Dinner & Live Auction.

Medal Winning Wines, Fabulous Local Cuisine, Impressive
Live & Silent Auctions!

Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Hall of Flowers & Grace Pavilion
Tickets & more info:


Sun, February 5th

Salad Spectacular -

5-8pm - Please join us to celebrate Tu Bâ shvat & Devorahâ€s birthday!
Enjoy a delicious salad buffet, healthy treats, drinks & the company of a great group of women!

Chabad Jewish Center of Petaluma


Sat, February 11th

14th Annual Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival

10am-4pm - Art Projects, Bubble Show, Archery, Live Music.
Free Family friendly event with entertainment & activities.

Milt Brandt Visitors Center
& Congressman Don Clausen Fish Hatchery
3288 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville


Sat, February 11th
Sun, February 12th

22nd Annual Valentine's Day Wild Jungle Love - Safari West

Rumble in the Jungle ~ 'Amor' Party (aka) Adult Romantic Safari Tours.
Feb., 11th - 12/Noon-5pm & Feb., 12th - 12/Noon-5pm.

This hot ticket starts out with some romantic decadent wild bites,
followed by gathering together for an ‘Amour’ Party featuring fun
& frank presentation on the mating practices of our wild friends,
& then everyone heads out for a Safari ‘Amour’ Tour.
You’ll travel in an open-air vehicle encountering giraffe, rhinoceros,
wildebeest, cape buffalo, zebra & more!
Cost: $175/Per Person (Adults only).
Safari West
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 566-3667



Sat, February 11th

24th Annual Paws for Love ~ Santa Rosa

6-10pm - Heartfelt Art by Shelter & Rescue Animals,
Gourmet Hors d'Oeuvres, Wines, Beer & Korbel Champagne,
Ticket:  Donations $50/Advance, $60/Door.
All proceeds benefit animals in need.

Finley Community Center, Santa Rosa
2060 West College Ave., @ Stony Point
(707) 799-6151


Sat, February 11th

Crab Feed (20th Annual) - Santa Rosa

RAFFLE & LIVE AUCTION. EARLY BIRD $65 - Available now through December 31st. GENERAL $70 - Available January 1st until they're gone.
Join us for a kickin' good time, with all you can eat crab dinner, followed
by dessert & dancing. Proceeds from the event benefit programs for local disadvantaged youth. Buy your tickets NOW! (Fair warning, we sell out EVERY year) LIKE our Facebook page to stay up to date on need-to-know announcements before the event! We can't wait to see you there!
MUST BE 21 OR OVER to attend. Valid ID required at door.

Friedman Event Center
4676 Mayette Avenue, Santa Rosa https://www.eventbrite.com/e/20th-annual-crab-feed-benefiting-kids-tickets-462700087417?aff=erelexpmlt&mibextid=Zxz2cZ&fbclid=IwAR1nWXiihjp-2k_0T65TvNGiBDX56sYHCL9Ka9uH-mU3tbQ11HD-JhaZS_M

Sat, February 11th

Smart Cycling Class - Santa Rosa

This Smart Cycling Class provides both lecture & ON-BIKE instruction.

You will need a bike in good working order, a helmet & a mask.
(We will be following all appropriate COVID protocols.)

Water, a snack & hand sanitizer are also good things to bring!
Parking Lot
750 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa


Sat, February 11th

Valentine's Square Dance - Monroe Hall, Santa Rosa

Admission: $12.50/Per Person.
Sponsored by Singles & Pairs.
Monroe Hall
1400 W College, Santa Rosa
(707) 849-3101

Wed, February 15th

Knights of Columbus Job Fair - Santa Rosa

2-5pm - Find qualified candidates, Meet prospective
applicants to fill your vacant positions, Interview on the spot,
Chance to bring your marketing materials.
St Rose Parish Hall
320 Tenth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 576-2015

Wed, February 15th
Wed, March 22nd

Paradigm Shift Course - Petaluma

6-7:30pm - Paradigm Shift is an elevator ride to the heights of what
is possible. Synchronize yourself with the mission for which you were
placed on earth & learn to recognize the inherent goodness & perfection
in yourself, in others & in every circumstance of your life.  Distilled
into 6 succinct lessons, this empowering course offers a revolutionary
outlook on life, culled from the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson.

Chabad Jewish Center of Petaluma




Fri, February 17th
Sat, February 18th

53rd Annual Coin Show - Santa Rosa

Friday, 2/17 - 10am-6pm, AND Saturday, 2/18 - 10am-5pm.

The 2 day show will have a large bourse with professional coin
dealers, a silver dollar drawing every hour & a door prize.
There will also be an all-gold drawing to be held Saturday the
18th at 4pm.  Free appraisals of coins will be available
throughout the show.

Admission: $5/Adults, Free/Kids 12 & under.
There may be a fee for parking.  We will observe all appropriate
Covid recommendations.
There will be a special area just for kids.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds

1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 585-3711

Fri, February 17th
Sun, February 19th

WINTER BOOK SALE by Friends of the Santa Rosa Libraries

12/Noon - 10,000+ gently used books, DVDs, CDs, puzzles for sale
at bargain prices (most books $2 or less, children's books $1).

All proceeds benefit Santa Rosa libraries.
Central Branch Library
211 E. Street, Santa Rosa http://bit.ly/3Nw6nZ9

Fri, February 17th
Mon, February 20th

Cloverdale Citrus Fair

Dates Feb., 17 - Feb., 20 - 11am-8pm.

Featuring erything you love about a small town fair! Enjoy live music
by local bands, a carnival with thrilling rides & games, a Friendly Farm
Petting Zoo & agricultural 4-H shows. Culinary demos & wine tastings
showcase the region’s bounty, while art & photo exhibits highlight
community talents. Special events include a parade, cabaret
performances, talent shows & a Citrus Fair Queen pageant.

1 Citrus Fair Dr., Cloverdale




Fri, February 17th

A double bill of traditional old time & bluegrass music - Sebastopol

7pm/Doors Open, 7:30pm/Show.

The Sebastopol Community Cultural Center & the Sonoma Couny
Folk Society, are proud to present a double bill of traditional old time
& bluegrass music featuring, April Verch & Joe Newberry & the
KathyKallick Band.

Tickets: $30/General Admission, $25/Members of the Sonoma County
Folk Society & the California Bluegrass Association.
Come out & support modern traditional music.

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center’s, Youth Annex



Sat, February 18th
Sun, February 19th

White Wine Weekend - Adnerson Valley

Fans of white & sparkling wines won't want to miss winter's White Wine
Festival Weekend, an end-of-season affair now in its 15th year.
Featuring dozens of local wineries showcasing their finest white,
sparkling & rosé wines, the weekend is also filled with food pairings.

Sat, February 18th

The Olive Experience - Sonoma

11am-5pm - Don Landis presents an all things Olive experience.
All your senses will be stimulated. Savor unique Olives, taste delicious Olive oil
& have Olive inspired food for lunch or snack.  Feast your eyes on Olive inspired
art served up by ceramists, photographers & painters. Have your thirst for Olive
knowledge quenched by Olive tree experts, notables from U.C. Davis & local folks. 
Enjoy fabulous Jacuzzi Family Vineyards wine. Attendees get discounts from
The Olive Press & Jacuzzi Family Vineyards. There will be tours of the Olive Mill
& cooking demonstrations. Relax in the courtyard with Italian music in the air...
it is entertaining, delicious & fun!

Jacuzzi Family Vineryards
24724 Arnold Dr., Sonoma
(707) 931-7506



Sat, February 18th

The Billie Holiday Project - Occidental

7:30pm - Don’t miss the return of this spectacular tribute to the
one & only Billie Holiday! Super songstress Stella Heath & her band, featuring some of the Bay Area’s finest jazz musicians, skillfully evoke

the electric & intimate feeling of seeing the legendary Lady Day live
in a 1930’s jazz club.
You won’t want to miss this Valentine’s Day tribute
at our acoustic sweet spot on Bohemian Highway.
Admission: $32/General, $25/OCA members. http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org

Sat, February 18th
Sun, February 19th

Anderson Valley White Wine Weekend

Escape to Anderson Valley in February for a weekend of white wine,
sparkling, rose & more!  Wineries along our wine road will welcome you
with exclusive wine flights, food pairings & special library tastings.
Plan your journey to learn why our region is so well suited to make
some of the best white wine & sparkling from the New World.
No matter the weather, this event weekend is a perfect winter adventure!


Sat, February 18th

Forbidden Kiss Live - Santa Rosa

7:30pm - Stage Left Studio presents the erotic cabaret show with comedy,
dance, songs, burlesque, sketches & more.  Also a dirty limerick contest.
Admission: $19/Per Person.

The California
528 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707) 664-7529


Sun, February 19th

Celebrating the women's music of La Belle Ãpoque - Healdsburg

5-6pm - Pipe-organist Joy-Leilani Garbutt plays works by women
composers of France's La Belle Ãpoque, including Chaminade, Josaphine Boulay, Mel Bonis and Nadia Boulanger. Garbutt is the Director of Music
at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, San Francisco. She is a Fulbright Scholar
who spent 2018-19 in France, researching early 20th-century French organ music by female composers. She holds a Ph.D. in musicology, a Master
of Education degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education
& a Master of Music in organ performance from Northwestern University.
She has played for audiences in England, South Africa, New Zealand,
Australia & Mexico. Admission to the concert is free.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
209 Matheson St., Healdsburg http://www.stpauls-healdsburg.org

Fri, February 24th

Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

5:30pm - Check-in,
5:30-7pm - Cocktail Hour & Silent Auction,
7-9pm - Dinner Program.
Tickets: $70/Per Person & available online.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Roa
(707) 575-3029


Fri, February 24th

Bobby McFerrin - Sebastopol

6pm/Doors Open, 7pm/Show.

Admission: $45/Advance,  $50/At the Door, $75/VIP & includes
2 drink tickets.

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511



Sat, February 25th

Funkin’ Fantastic Dance Party with Ariel Marin Band - Occidental

7:30pm - Inspirational songstress Ariel Marin, James Earley
& a funktastic ensemble of musicians.  
Come ready to boogie
to your favorite funky rhythms & psychedelic grooves - from Tina
to Chaka, Prince to James Brown & so much more
Admission: $37/General, $30/OCA members. http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org

Sat, February 25th

Terrie Odabi concert: Blues of Resistance - Healdsburg

6:30-8:30pm - Healdsburg Jazz is proud to present the powerful blues singer
& band leader Terrie Odabi & her group for our special 2023 Concert & Celebration of Black History Month, Blues of Resistance. Terrie Odabi will cover a wide range of music from the Civil Rights Movement including a feature on the songs recorded by the Staple Singers. With Simon Russell (keys), Anthony Paule (guitar), Kirk Crumpler (bass) & Pierre Parker (drums). Prior to the concert, Healdsburg Jazz' Artistic Director Marcus Shelby
will lead the presentation Soul of the Movement: Meditations on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The foundation of Healdsburg Jazz is rooted in the tradition of black music, elegant swing, storytelling & the power of the blues.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. understood how music could quickly inform,
inspire & empower the masses especially with the blues, which has
flexibility & a multiplicity of expressive tools including Irony, ethos, double entendres, tension, release & of course improvisation. Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North St Healdsburg https://healdsburgjazz.org/events/black-history-month-featuring-terrie-odabi-blues-of-resistance/

Sat, February 25th

Beer City Half - Santa Rosa

8:30-11am - This half marathon, 10k, 5k takes place on the morning
of Beer City Festival & takes you along flat trails & paths that run
along Santa Rosa Creek. Beer tasting at the finish. Discount tickets
are available to all runners for Beer City Festival which takes place
later in the day.  Cost: $45-$95.
A Place to Play
2375 W 3rd St., Santa Rosa

Sat, February 25th

All You Can Eat Crab Feed - Sebastopol

TWO SEATINGS:  5:30pm AND 7pm.

Tickets: $65/Adults, $32.50/Children 6-12, Free/Kids under 6.
Refreshments & Desserts available for purchase.

Presented by LaFayetter Lodge #126 of F. & A.M. for fraternal
& charitable programs.
Masonic Center
373 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 321-9479

Fri, March 3rd
Sun, March 5th

Wine Road Barrel Tasting - Sonoma County

11am-4pm - Discover this time-honored tradition in Sonoma County!
Learn directly from winemakers how they work with their wines after
harvest, before the wine is bottled. Be the first to taste limited production
wines & take the opportunity to purchase futures for your own cellar.

Tickets: $85/Early Bird Weekend (1/15-31), $95/Weekend (after 1/31),
$75/Sunday Only, $10/Designated Driver.

Sat, March 4th

Electric Science - Santa Rosa

10am-1pm - The Women's Committee of IBEW is presenting a fun electric engineering event at the Children's Museum of Sonoma County.
How do lights work? How does electricity move? Electric Science
is a hands-on learning & interactive event that will answer all of your
little engineers questions. This woman-led group will inspire your little
one with the wonders of electric circuits, lights, wires & more!
A fun family event best for ages 4 & up!
Admission Fees apply to this fundraising event: Free/Members,

$16/Non-Members, Additional Discounts are Available for Qualifying Guests. Children's Museum of Sonoma County http:// https://www.cmosc.org/event/electric-science-event/

Mon, March 6th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series: The Lightning Thief

6:30-7:30pm - Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school. Again! When the gods of Mount Olympus emerge from his Greek mythology textbook, Zeuss master lightning bolt is stolen & Percy is the prime suspect. To find it, Percy must come to terms with the father who abandoned him & solve the riddle of the Oracle in this musical adaptation of Rick Riordans childrens book.  Family Fun in the Lobby Starting one hour before each performance, please join us in the lobby for fun art projects uniquely developed for each show. Its a fun, free way for adults & children alike
to get creative, while enhancing your enjoyment of the show.  We also have pizza, beverages & snacks available, all priced with a familys budget in mind! Subscription holders, be sure to stick around after the show to meet the cast
& get autographs. (Excluding The Peking Acrobats).

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/lightning-thief/

Fri, March 10th

Dementia Family Caregiver Education

Join us to learn about Alzheimer’s disease & related dementias,
promote effective communication, respond to dementia-related
behaviors & how to prepare for future care costs.
This 4-part series is provided through a grant from Sonoma County
Vintners Foundation & will cover the following topics:

3/10/23 - Managing Money: A Caregiver's Guide to Finances. 
Attendance at all 4 programs is not required. 
Seating is limited for each program so ACT NOW.


Sat, March 11th

Family Bike Workshop - Sebastopol

Families are invited to learn how to ride together in a safe & fun

way at our FREE Family Bicycling Workshops.

Fun games & a neighborhood ride! Join the Bicycle Coalition’s
certi?ed cycling instructors for a fun workshop for parents & kids.
Children must be able to ride a bike & ready to take to the road
with their parents. Parents are allowed to trail their children in trailers
or child seats too. Children & parents must participate in the clinic
together & bring their own bikes and helmets.

Sebastopol Independent Charter School
1111 Gravenstein Hwy N, Sebastopol
(707) 545-0153


Sat, March 11th

All-You-Can-EAT Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner & Silent Auction - Sebastopol

5:30pm/Appetizers, 6pm/Dinner

Tickets: $20/Adults, $10/Kids 10 & under.
Seating is LIMITED ~ Tickets Pre-Sale ONLY.
Sponsored by: Gold Ridge Start Chapter #161, Order of the
Eastern Star.  Proceeds will be used to suppor the Sponsor's
fraternal purposes.

Sebastopol Masonic Center
373 No. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 321-9479 OR (707) 291-2449

Thu, March 16th
Sun, March 19th

Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival

SDFF brings the best documentaries & filmmakers from around
the world to Northern California for an annual celebration of
non-fiction films!  We’ll exhibit up to 75 films over 4 days on 6 screens
in Sebastopol. Our audience includes documentary film lovers, industry professionals, filmmakers & curious bystanders.

Tickets: $50-$100

Held at Various Locations in Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797


Fri, March 17th

The United State Navy Concert Band -

7:30pm - The premier wind ensemble of the U.S. Navy, presents
a wide array of marches, patriotic selections, orchestral transcriptions
& modern wind ensemble repertoire. As the original ensemble of the Navy Band, the Concert Band has been performing public concerts & participating in high-profile events for more than 95 years.  

Recognized as one of the finest wind ensembles in the world, the Concert Band is in constant demand by the nation's foremost musical education organizations, such as the American Bandmasters Association & The
Midwest Clinic.

Sonoma State University
Weill Hall
(707) 664-4246

Sat, March 25th

Smart Cycling Class - Santa Rosa

Providing both lecture & ON-BIKE instruction.

You will need a bike in good working order, a helmet & a mask.
(We will be following all appropriate COVID protocols.)

Water, a snack & hand sanitizer are also good things to bring!

Parking Lot

750 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa


Sat, April 1st

Ocean Cove Comedy Night w/ Amy Miller (from Comedy Central, NBC) - Jenner

8pm - Live Stand-Up Comedy Show with LA based comedian
Amy Miller (Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, NBC).
Amy is one of the best touring comics today & her sophomore album
"California King" was released late last year by Sonoma County
record label Blonde Medicine. Along with Amy are 2 of the best
San Francisco based comics in Chad Opitz & Jesse Hett.
The event is non ticketed & free to the public. All sales & proceeds
go to The Ocean Cove Lodge storm repairs & cleanup.
Ocean Cove Bar & Grill
23255 CA Hwy 1 Jenner http://oceanbcovelodge.com

Sun, April 16th

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

(707) 546-8742

Sun, April 16th
Sun, December 10th

Windsor's Certified Farmers Market

9:30-12:30pm - Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Drive, Windsor

Sat, April 22nd

2023 Butter & Egg Days Parade & Festival - Petaluma

This year's Theme:  "There's No Place Like Home."
Celebrating the Parade's 40th Ruby Jubilee.
We will incorporate artistic visions from the Land of OZ, Ruby Slippers,
our amazing Earth (as it’s also EARTH DAY) & what makes Petaluma
such a
special Hometown.
feast for the entire family offering a wide variety of festival foods,
arts, 2 large “kid areas,” & so much more all spread over 
4 city blocks.

http://Visit ButterAndEggDays.com

Tue, April 25th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series: Acoustic Roosters Barnyard Boogie Starring Indigo Blume

6:30-7:30pm - A feathery adventure about being scared, being brave & believing in yourself, adapted from two childrens books by Kwame Alexander:
Acoustic Rooster & Indigo Blume. With special guests, like Duck Ellington
& Ms. Dairy Parton, this musical adaptation will have children & families dancing in their seats. Most enjoyed by ages 5 & up. Please note: This performance contains haze effects. Family Fun in the Lobby Starting
1 hour before each performance, please join us in the lobby for fun art
projects uniquely developed for each show. Its a fun, free way for adults
& children alike to get creative, while enhancing your enjoyment of the show. We also have pizza, beverages & snacks available, all priced with a familys budget in mind!  Subscription holders, be sure to stick around after the show to meet the cast & get autographs. (Excluding The Peking Acrobats). Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/acoustic-roosters-barnyard-boogie/

Fri, May 5th

Heels for Meals - Rohnert Park

11am-2pm - A Fashion Show & Luncheon Benefitting Meals on Wheels
& Nutrition Programs.

DoubleTree Rohnert Park

(707) 525-0143

Fri, May 19th
Sun, May 21st

Pinot Noir Festival - Anderson Valley

Enjoy a variety of educational, culinary & VIP special experiences.
The Bubble Lounge is returning & wineries up & down Highway 128
will open their doors for Sunday tastings, light bites & giveaways.

Sat, May 20th

Summer Camp on the Summer Serengeti - Safari West

5-9pm - Annual Fundraising Event.

Summer camp-themed lawn games, scavenger hunt, magic,
wine, gourmet food, a live auction, plus a lot more – even s’mores!

Featuring the amazing Heather Rogers as Emcee, Magician
& Auctioneer & honoring KZST Brent Farris for his 20-plus years
of wildlife conservation advocacy in local schools.

Funds raised will help support the Wildlife Foundation’s education
programs for underserved children, schools & hospitalized youth. 
In-person & virtual programs serve over 1,000 learners yearly through
in-person field trips, an intensive wildlife education vocational series
for teens & Safari West Live, a streaming broadcast, virtually transporting Safari West animals & Wildlife Guide led live conversations with children confined to hospitals across the country.

Summer Camp on the Sonoma Serengeti is a wonderful opportunity to join efforts to engage the next generation of wildlife stewards.
Tickets:  $225/Per Person.

Safari West Wildlife Foundation
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa



Sat, June 3rd

Noche de Amor -

6-10pm - Our annual event benefiting community health brings together
friends new & old, committed to realizing the vision of eliminating health
inequities in northern Sonoma County.

Enjoy Live Music, Food, Drinks & more!

Bacchus Landing, Healdsburg




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