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Thu, February 27th
thru
Mon, July 13th

Transcendence Kids Camp

Led by Broadway Under the Stars cast & crewmembers, helps kids
8-12 build confidence, thaink creatively & gain a sense of well-being
in a non-competitive & nurturing environment.

Registration is now open for this summer's theater camp, which
culminates in an opportunity to perform on stage with the cast of
Broadway Under the Stars in Jack London State Historic Park for
2 evening performances

CAMP runs July 20-24.  Cost: $450.

http://www.transcendetheatre.org/kids-camo-2020


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 8th

Daddy Long Legs - A Musical - Sonoma

Based on the classic novel which inspired the 1955 movie starring
Fred Astaire—a beloved tale in the spirit of Jane Austen, the Brontë 
Sisters & “Downton Abbey”—this heartwarming Cinderella story about
a witty & winsome young woman & her mysterious benefactor has
charmed audiences of all ages from L.A. to London. 

The Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall - Sonoma Community Center

276 East Napa St.,  Sonoma
(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sat, March 7th

Raise money for Leukemia Lymphoma Society

When Dylan Day was 3 years old he was diagnosed with Leukemia.
Thanks to Doctors & the research of cancer organizations like the

Leukemia Lymphoma Society he is now a healthy 17 yr old Senior
at Santa Rosa High School & in effort to further the research he is taking part
in their Students of the Year Program.

Through March 7th he will be raising money to fund research, so that cancer,
like his, will cease to exist.

All contributions to his campaign are tax deductible & benefit the
Leukemia Lymphoma Society.

https://events.lls.org/gba/bayareasoy20/dheroes


Thu, February 27th
thru
Fri, March 27th

Cotati Bike Drive

Providing bikes free of charge to families affected by fires.

The Hub Cyclery
7880 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati
(707) 795-6670
http://www.thehubcyclery.com


Thu, February 27th
thru
Mon, March 30th

Plant Sale - Sonoma

Monday-Sunday, 10am-5pm - Offerings include succulents,
deer-resistant & drought-tolerant plants.  Suggested Donations: $1-$7.

Vallejo Home
363 3rd St., Sonoma
(707) 938-9558

 


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sat, February 29th

Black History Month - Sonoma County Libraries

The Sonoma County Library is proud to celebrate BLACK HISTORY MONTH
by offering a variety of events & curating displays & resources for
residents of Sonoma County.
Enjoy as we pay tribute by celebrating & learning about the generations
of African Americans who have influenced and enriched our nation
& society.
https://sonomalibrary.org


Thu, February 27th
thru
Fri, February 28th

Join the Cotati Chamber

Get connected, increase visibility & gain credibility.
Partnering with businesses for over 60 years!
(707) 795-5508
http://www.cotati.org


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 1st

Urinetown the Musical - Rohnert Park

Show runs through March 1.

Spreckels Performing Arts Center
5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
(707) 588-3400
http://www.spreckelsonline.com


Thu, February 27th
thru
Mon, March 2nd

Now Hiring Summer Camp Staff - Cotati

You get to:
Work with Kids.  Be Active.  Have FUN!  And paid to PLAY! 
PARKS MAKE LIFE BETTER!!

City of Cotati

(707) 665-4222
http://www.cotaticity.org


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 15th

Space Pirates - 6th Street Playhouse

4-6pm - Tuesdays & Wednesdays (10 weeks).
Apprentice Company Musical - For serious Students ages 9-15.
If you want to take your Musical Theatre & Acting skills to the next
level this 10-week intensive class is for you.  You’ll be surprised at
what you can learn about showbiz & yourself.
6th Street Playhouse
52 West 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185

https://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com

Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 1st

Sonoma County Restaurant Week 2/21-3/1

https://www.sonomacounty.com/restaurant-week


Thu, February 27th
thru
Fri, March 27th

Santa Rosa's 17th Annual National Arts Program

Exhibition & Competition through 3/27.

AWARDS Reception: 3/8, 3-5pm.
Cash prizes & art gift certificates will be prestented
by Mayor Tom Schwedhelm.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3737
http://www.srcity.org/arts


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 1st

LOVE Bites - Healdsburg

Feb., 27, 28, 29 - 7:30pm AND March 1, 2pm.

Thee 15 original 10-miute plays written on the them of "LOVE"
were selected from hundeds of nationwide submissions. 
Each performance will feature 7 or 8 plays.  Attend 2
performances to see all 15!

15 Original Plays about LOVE!
4 Days of Live Theatre!
1 Romantic Weekend of short Play Magic!

Admission: $25/Per Performance, $40/2-Day Festival Pass,
$65/4-Day Festival Pass

Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
http://www.RavenPlayers.org


Thu, February 27th
thru
Mon, March 30th

Meals on Wheels in need of VOLUNTEERS

Help deliver mutrious & fresh meals to homebound seniors in
your neighborhood.  Volunteers needed from 10am-12/Noon,
Monday - Friday.  Choose a day(s) that works for you.

(707) 525-0143 x121
http://www.counsilonaging.com


Thu, February 27th
thru
Fri, February 28th

Volunteers Needed - Ceres Community Project

At Ceres, we mentor Teen Chefs to grow & cook organic healing meals
for our neighbors who face a serious illness like cancer or heart disease. 
Our healthy meals keep our clients from being malnourished, reduce
the time it takes to recover & let them know we care.

(707) 829-5833

http://www.celebratecommunity.org


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 8th

Mineko Grimmer, Yoshitomo Saito Sculpture - SSU

Show runs through March 8, 2020.

Sonoma State Univeristy
1801 East Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2295

http://www.sonoma.edu/artgallery


Thu, February 27th
thru
Thu, March 12th

Museum of Sonoma County -

Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St.,  Santa Rosa

https://museumsc.org/


Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, September 13th

Exhibition Highlights Groundbreaking S.C. Women

From Suffrage to #MeToo

Exhibit runs through: Sept., 13, 2020
The year 2020 is the centennial of the ratification of the 19th
Amendment, giving women the constitutional right to vote. 
While different in goal & origin, the recent #MeToo movement &
women’s marches also represent pivotal change and the power of
the collective voice to challenge the status quo.
  Explores the changing expectations, challenges & obstacles to inclusion that women have
faced & the remarkable people who have broken through the barriers.
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa

Thu, February 27th
thru
Sun, March 8th

Peace, Love & Woodstock - Schulz Museum

Named for the 1969 music festival, Woodstock may be the
smallest Peanuts character, but he has a huge presence.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Thu, February 27th
thru
Mon, March 16th

School of Drama - 6th Street Playhouse

Spring Classes now enrolling for Adults, Teens & Kids.

6th Street Playhouse
52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa


Today
thru
Fri, March 27th

The 19th Amendment - Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa Arts Center celebrates the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 
19th Amendment — women’s right to vote in this country.  Featuring art that
explores the struggles & the victories of the women’s movements. Artwork
on suffrage, the Equal Rights Amendment, the Glass Ceiling, equal pay for equal
work, violence against women & the #metoo movement exposing the prevalence
of sexual harassment & sexual assault.  Expressing the diverse aspects of
feminism, the milestones, the relevance today and the continued strength,
perseverance and wisdom, it can bring to the future.
Show runs through – March 27, 2020
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa

Today
thru
Sun, March 29th

Young Artists Exhibition - Healdsburg

Show runs through – March 29, 2020.

Opening Reception: Friday, February 28, 5-7pm - free & open to the public.

Featuring collaborative artwork by students from 9 different elementary schools in the Healdsburg region.  The theme of the student exhibit is “Endangered”, inspired by an online youth art competition by the David Shepherd Wild-life.  Through the exhibit, students hope to increase awareness to people around the world about the need to protect & conserve wildlife & their habitats. 

 

Tele-scopes for public viewing of the stars & moon will be set up directly across the street from Healdsburg Center for the Arts immediately following the art opening. Guests of all ages are in-vited & encouraged to participate.

Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St., Healdsburg
(707) 431-1970
http://www.healdsburgcenterforthearts.org




 


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

Sonoma Bach

8pm - Agave Barpque, Featuring the music of 6 different Bachs,
women with Agave's trademark narrative to create a vivid portrait
of this incomparable musical family.  Tickets: $28/General, $15/Students.

Schroeder Hall - Green Music Center

(707) 347-9491

http://www.sonomabach.org


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

The art of paper marbling - Windsor

4-5pm - Learn how to create marbled paper at this free workshop for kids.

Art supplies will be provided.  For Adults, Seniors, Kids & Teens.
Windsor Regional Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Bldg. 100

 


Today
thru
Mon, March 30th

More tips from First 5 California - Sonoma County

The more words a baby hears, the more it boosts language skills.
Your baby is listening & learning!

 

Make reading together the most special part of your day.  Your baby will feel warm & connected to you.  More at:
http://www.firstfiveCalifornia.com


Today
thru
Sun, May 10th

SSU Dept of Music 2019-2020 Calendar

http://www.sonoma.edu/music


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

Live Music - Santa Rosa

6-9pm - Ricky Ray performing Southern Rock, Blues & Soul

Bring in Food or order from nearby Businesses.  No cover.

Music by the Barrels
4th Street Cellars
127 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
http://www.4thstreetcellars.com/msuic

 

 


Today
thru
Sun, March 8th

"The Tin Woman\" Live Performance - Yountville

 

 


 

Instead of relishing life after her heart transplant, Joy enters a downward spiral, unsure whether she truly deserves a second
chance. Meanwhile, Alice & Hank mourn the loss of their son,
Jack, whose heart was used to save Joy.  At a friend’s urging,
Joy tracks down Jack’s family to find closure.  But are Alice,
Hank & their daughter Sammy ready to accept Jack’s death?
Based on a true story, The Tin Woman uses humor & pathos
to explore loss, family & what it means to be given new life.

Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm, Sundays at 2pm.

Lincoln Theater
100 California Dr, Yountville
(707) 944-9900

https://lincolntheater.com/vbo/?page=selectevent&eid=40797&edid=0

 


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

Sebastopol Community Center

2/28 - MMO Gaming
(707) 823-1511
http://www.seb.org


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

Rotary Club of Petaluma Crab Feed

Tickets: $65/Per Person.

Petaluma Vets Hall
1094 Petaluma Blvd., S., Petaluma
http://www.petalumarotary.org


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

The Art of Downsizing - Sebastopol

2:30-4pm - Come learn how, when & where to downsize. 
Find out about the tax advantages, how to get your home ready
& what's right for the next step in your life.
Cost: Free/Members, $5/Non-Members.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center

167 N. High St., Sebastopol

Registration Required:  (707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org

 

 

 

 


Today
thru
Fri, March 13th

Recycle Sorters Say NO to Needles & Sharps

DO NOT DISPOSE OF NEEDLES , SYRINGES, or LANCETS in
GARBAGE, RECYCLING, or COMPOST BINS.

They are EXTREMELY DANGEROUS to Sanitation Workers & must
be disposed of properly.
DROP OFF Syrings, Needles & Lancets at:
Sonoma County's Household Hazardous Waste Facility
500 Meecham Rd., Petaluma Building 5

Thursday-Sturday - 2:30am-2:30pm

(707)  795-2025

http://www.zerowastesonoma.gov/materials/sharps-syringes-needles


Today
thru
Sat, February 29th

City of Rohnert Park Community Survey

5 Minutes for a Better Community
In as little as 5 minutes, you can play an important role in creating a
better community for our future.  Because we
work for you, we care
about how you feel & want to know how we are doing.
We actively use feedback to constantly improve our service delivery. 
By taking this survey, you are providing valuable input, making your
voice heard & are helping shape the future of the City of Rohnert Park.
Thank you for your input; we value & appreciate your time.

City of Rohnert Park Community Survey
http://City of Rohnert Park Community Survey

 


Today
thru
Sun, March 1st

29th Annual Santa Rosa Tattoos & Blues

3- days of Live Bands, World-Renowned Tattoo Artists, Competitions & Contests.  Join us in Wine Country where we’ll host Tattoo Artists & enthusiasts from across the country & all over the Bay Area.

The Flamingo Resort

2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
https://www.flamingoresort.com/event/tattoos-blues-2/?pl=d54j51s54u50z51y54u53255m52e53958f50h00


Today
thru
Fri, February 28th

Figure It Out Exhibition Call for Artists

Deadline for submissions: February 28, 2020

 

Presented by Healdsburg Center for the Arts
Figure It Out Exhibition runs April 4 – May 17, 2020
Opening Reception: April 4, 2020, 5-7pm.

 

A figurative show which features the many aspects that figures can
demonstrate beauty, awareness, our changing world, problem solving,
the puzzling universe, etc. HCA invites artists far & wide to submit work
in all media including, but not limited to: painting, draw-ing, multi-media, sculpture, photography, printmaking, art glass, ceramics, fiber art, video. Digital &  video artists must supply their own displays.  Only original works
will be accepted. No giclees or limited edition prints.
Submit Entries: http://www.Entrythingy.com

Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St.,  Healdsburg
(707) 431-1970

 

 

 


Sat, February 29th

Family Herpetology Talk & Walk - Guerneville

9am - Learn the basics of the herpetological species of the Douglas
Fir-Redwood Forest ecosystem including what species can be found,
their life cycles & important information for educating visitors about
these reclusive moisture lovers.  Includes both a classroom & a field
component.  Meets at the Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/ Stewards Office in the Armstrong Redwoods SNR (fee covers entry).

Admission: $20/General, $16/Members.
Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/Stewards Office
17000 Armstrong Woods Rd, Guerneville
(707) 869-9177 x1
https://www.stewardscr.org/

Sat, February 29th

Family Friendly Bike Ride - Santa Rosa

12/noon - 2pm - Kids can learn bike etiquette & safety at this
family-friendly scenic bike ride.

Kids will learn how properly fit helmets & pass pedestrians on
a flat,  concrete path.  Bring your own bike & helmet.

The event is free, but parking is $7.

Spring Lake Regional Park

Meet at :393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa


Sat, February 29th

BSA Troop 55 Pancake Breakfast - Santa Rosa

8am-12/Noon - Come support BSA Troop 55 for a delicious
Pancake Breakfast.  Tickets: $8/Adults,  $5/Kids 10 & under. 
There will also be a Silent Auction & Bake Sale. 
Proceeds will be used for Scout activities.

320 10th Street Santa Rosa
(707) 837-5182

http://www.Facebook.com/Troop55SantaRosa

 

 


Sat, February 29th

Pasta & Music Night - Sebastopol

5:30-9pm - Enjoy a tasty meal of Pasta, Salad, Bread, Drinks & Dessert
while being serenaded by small ensembles led by the many multi-talented students in the Analy High School Instrumental Music program.  Beer &
Wine will also be available for purchase.

A Silent Auction will feature select & distinctive Sonoma County wines
& merchandise not to be missed.  All of the proceeds support Analy
High School’s Music Program.
  Tickets: $20/Adults, $5/Child (6-12).

Masonic Lodge
373 N. Main St. Sebastopol
(707) 824-2337
http://www.analybandwagon.org

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 


Sat, February 29th

Pasta & Punchlines - Santa Rosa

5:30-9pm - A Comedy Show benefiting the Boys & Girls Club
of Greater Santa Rosa

1011 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 542-3249
http://www.bgcsr.org


Sat, February 29th
thru
Sun, March 22nd

Sonoma Valley Baseball/Softball History....

..... of girls & women features gloves, jerseys, trophies & more by
the Sonoma Valley Historical Society.

1-4pm - Saturdays & Sundays only.  Special group tours by appointment.

Depot Park Museum

1 Block North of Plaza

(707) 343-1335

 


Sat, February 29th

Disco Dance Party -

7-10pm - NO COVER CHARGE, but you NEED a TICKET.

The hippest party in town!  Come dressed in your best disco dance
attire & compete in the Costume Contest & Disco Dance Contest!

Be ready to shake your groove thang & party!

Prizes, Drink Specials & non-stop Disco Music for a night of
sheer polyester fun!
  Free to get in!  See you there!

Food will be available for purchase before the event until 9pm.

Casa del Mar
3660 Stony Point Rd. @ Todd, Santa Rosa
https://www.casadelmarsantarosa.com/

 


Sat, February 29th

Johnny & June Forever - Occidental

7:30pm - The Greatest Love Story ever Sung!

Join us for an amazing leap-day performance featuring the famous duo’s
classic songs plus a special opening set with the stars Danny & Essence.

They will grace our stage just following their East Coast tour as we
celebrate Johnny Cash’s birthday that same week!

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org

 


Sat, February 29th

Eight Street Wineries - Annual Open House

12/Noon-4pm - Wineries Include:  Enkidu, MacLaren, Obsidian Wine Co.,
Stone Edge Farm, Talisman, Tin Barn, Ty Caton & William Knuttel

Tickets: $45/Advance, $50/Door, $10/Designated Driver
http://www.eightstreetwineries.com


Sat, February 29th

WISE Foundation Crab Feed - Petaluma

5:30-10pm - DJ & Dancing. Silent & Live Auction

21+ only.  Tickets: $70/Per Person.

Herzog Hall, Petaluma
(707) 765-3331
http://www.wise4waugh.org


Sat, February 29th

SuperSweetwater Bike Race -

8;30am-4pm.

It s where is all started... 22 years ago the first Grasshopper traveled from Occidental to Sweetwater Springs Rd. Then we rode River Rd & finished up Willow Creek.  Since then we’ve “upped the anti” a bit & have thrown in Fort Ross & Meyers Grade for good measure.  This year we’ll be rolling from the Mill District in Healdsburg.  You will be treated to a classic Hopper route & lunch with Chef Matt Accarrino, Sierra Nevada beer & Duncan and Nathan pouring Arnot-Roberts wine.  NOTE: For both routes the clock starts as we leave Healdsburg & ends atop Coleman Valley Rd.  We’ll have snacks & drinks at the finish then you can have a social spin back to Healdsburg for lunch.  If you wish to make your ride shorter you can leave a vehicle in Occidental, but that’t up to you. 
Option #1: SuperSweetwater w/Fort Ross-Coleman Valley 90 mi. 7,562 ft) Timed segment from Start to Finish is 65 miles.
Option #2: SuperSweetwater to Coleman Valley (No Fort Ross) 65 mi. 5,216 ft (Timed segment from Start to Finish is 40 miles.


https://grasshopperadventureseries.com/rides/super-sweetwater/

Sat, February 29th

California Cowboys - G

8:15pm-12:15am - Enjoy Boot Stompin' Country.
River Rock Casino
3250 Hwy., 128, Geyserville
(707) 857-2772
https://www.riverrockcasino.com/


Sat, February 29th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Art Show - Graton

2-5pm - Clayton to Graton 3 - Art Show by Fred Kling,
Rik Olson & additional Artists.  Free Show continues through March 29.

Graton Gallery
9048 Graton Rd., Gradon
http://www.gratongallery.net

 


Sat, February 29th

Bow Wow Bingo - Rohnert Park

4:30-10pm - Benefit for Countryside Rescue, Compassion
Without Borders & Bay Area German Shepard Rescue.

Ticket: $60/Per Person.  Includes: 8 Games of Bingo, Dinner,
Dessert & 1 Drink Coupon.

Sally Tomatoes
1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 665-9472


Sat, February 29th

Friday Evening of Wine & Song - Healdsburg

1-4pm - Music - The Highway Poets.
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com


Sat, February 29th

26th Annual Barn Dance & Dinner - Shone Farm

5-10:30pm - All proceeds from ticket sales  & auctions benefit the
Healdsburg Fair & Student Collegiate Scholarships.   Hosts: Fair Board
Directors along with local 4-H & FFA Students.  We've rounded up the
best local talent with our directors cook 'in up delicious appetizers &
NY Strip Steak with all the fix'ins.  An all-star line-up of award winning
wines from local Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley & Russian River
Valley will be available at our no-host bar.  Silent & Live Auctions
will feature local merchandise & gift certificates from our business
& community partners.  Enjoy Live Music & Dancing with local
Country Music star, McKenna Faith.
Must be 21 & older to attend.
Tickets:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4317899.

 


Sat, February 29th
thru
Sat, May 9th

Petaluma River Cruises

TOURS: 9am & 1pm.

Enjoy an entertaining & educational 3 hour narrated cultural & natural
history cruise.  Sail from the Turning Basin in downtown Petaluma to
near the mouth of the river in San Pablo Bay & return. Cruise
accommodates a maximum of 30 people.

Reservations: (510) 527-9622

https://www.visitpetaluma.com/event/petaluma-river-cruises-2019-04-14/2020-04-18/


Sun, March 1st

The Ice Palace Waltz - Occidental

2-4pm - Local Author Barbara L. Baer - her latest novel explores
remembered stories of tragedy & loss following 2 early 20thcentury
stock market crashes.  In this compelling saga, she weaves the lives of
2 Jewish immigrant families who come together in a riveting saga amid
the financial & social turmoil of early 20th Century America.  Klezmer
music will welcome audience in, then selected readings with a slide
show, a Q&A facilitated by Judith Moorman, followed by book sales & signing.

Admission is free & all donations gratefully accepted.  
R
efreshments, Jewish nosh, wine & beer will be available.
Occidental Center for the Arts

3850 Doris Murphy Way, in Occidental
(707) 874-9392


Sun, March 1st

Ballet Hispanico - Santa Rosa

A Rodney Strong Vineyards Dance Series.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

(707) 546-3600

http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Sun, March 1st
thru
Sun, November 29th

Karaoke - Epicenter, Santa Rosa

9-11:59pm - EVERY SUNDAY.

EPICENTER - VICTORY HOUSE
3215 Coffey Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-9041
https://visitepicenter.com/calendar/karaoke-3/

 


Sun, March 1st

Santa Rosa Lion’s Club - Pancake Breakfast

8-11:30am - There’s more than just pancakes; you’ll drool over the
raffle prizes; like the women’s semi-precious stone necklaces; gadgets
for guys & fun stuff for kids.  Enjoy great eats & support many local
charities too!

Santa Rosa Vets Building


Mon, March 2nd
thru
Mon, May 18th

Schools of Hope Literacy Tutor - Sonoma County

Want to help local 3rd Graders learn to read at grade level?
Become a Schools of Hope Literacy Tutor & make a difference in

a child's life.  30 minutes a week. Training is provided.
(707) 528-4485 x103
http://www.unitedwaywinecountry.org


Mon, March 2nd
thru
Mon, March 30th

Petaluma Junior Police Camp

For grades 3-6.  Free to attend.

Petaluma Police Dept.
(707) 781-1289
http://www.cityofpetaluma.net,jrow@ci-petaluma.ca.us


Mon, March 2nd
thru
Mon, March 30th

BINGO - Epicenter, Santa Rosa

7-9pm - EVERY MONDAY.
Open to all ages & it is free!  Awesome prizes for the winners!

EPICENTER - Victory House
(707) 757-9041
http://ww.visitepicenter.com


Mon, March 2nd
thru
Mon, May 4th

Free WaterSmart Check-up

WaterSmart Technicians will review your water efficiencty,
check for leaks & make recommendation to help you save.

(707) 543-3985

http://www.srcity.org/checkup


Tue, March 3rd
thru
Tue, May 26th

Harmonic Method for Well-Being - Sebastopol

9:45-10:45am - Weekly Tuesdays, March - May.

Free/Members, $5/Non-Members.

Classes begin Tuesday, March 3.  Enjoy enhanced well-being by softly
toning, deep listening, yogic breathing, rhythms & blending voices.
No experience or musical talent necessary. In our classes, we will explore
silence & listening, our breath & when our voice meets our breath,
& what harmony feels like.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.,
(707) 829-2440

Tue, March 3rd
thru
Wed, December 16th

East Side Farmers Market - Petaluma

10am-1:30pm - EVERY TUESDAY - YEAR ROUND.
Lucchesi Park - Peetaluma Community Center
320 N. McDowell Blvd.,
http://www.CommunityFarmersMarkets.com


Tue, March 3rd
thru
Tue, March 31st

Israeli Film Festival - Sonoma County

Presented by the Jewish Community Center.

3/3 - Flawless - Bay Area Premiere, 1pm & 7pm.
3/17 - Tel Aviv on Fire, 1pm & 7pm,
3/24 - The Other Story, 1pm  & 7pm,
3/31 - Love in Suspenders, 1pm & 7pm.

Tickets & Information:
http://www.JCCSOCO.org

Rialto Cinemas
6868 McKinley St., Sebastopol

 


Wed, March 4th
thru
Wed, March 25th

MAGNIFICENT MAGNOLIAS WALKS - Quarryhill

Wednesdays: March 4, 11, 18 & 25

1–2:30pm - We are all familiar with the popular mythical tradition of
Groundhog Day to forecast when spring will arrive, but did you know
that magnolias are often considered harbingers of spring?  In fact,
magnolias are among the earliest flowering plants in the fossil record.

Learn more of these fun facts & experience early spring in the garden
during these special walking tours that highlight our internationally
recognized magnolia collection.  See some of the rarest & most beloved magnolias from eastern Asia while admiring the spring blossoms.

Free to Quarryhill Members. Free with the price of garden admission.

Quarryhill Botanical Garden

12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen

https://quarryhillbg.org/magnificentmagnolias.html


Wed, March 4th
thru
Wed, April 8th

QUARRYHILL IS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR TOUR DOCENTS

6 WEDNESDAY Trainings: (March 4, 11, 18, 25 & April 1 & 8)

9:30am-12:30pm
Volunteering helps others & yourself.  Tour Docents give the gift of their
time & talents to Quarryhill & provide an essential, much appreciated
service to the Garden while, at the same time, receiving many personal 
& social benefits – making friends, connecting with your community,
exploring new areas of interest, developing new skills & so much more.

 

Quarryhill is looking for people who want to learn more about plants
& then share that knowledge with others.  A botany or horticulture
background is not required, just a passion for gardens & a desire to
enrich the public's experience of our extraordinary garden.
https://quarryhillbg.org/adultdocentsneeded.html


Wed, March 4th
thru
Wed, October 7th

Monthly Shelter Tour Open to the Public

4-5pm - 1st WEDNESDAY of each MONTH.

Humane Society of Sonoma County –Santa Rosa Campus

Please contact Priscilla Locke, HSSC Director of Development 
&Marketing, for more details.
(707) 544-1911 x24
http://wwww.plocke@humanesocietysoco.org


Wed, March 4th
thru
Wed, March 25th

Ping Pong - Sebastopol

7pm - WEDNESDAYS

Join us for fun & exercise.

Sebastopol Grange
6000 Sebastopol Ave., Hwy. 12, Sebastopol
http://www.sebastopolgrange.org


Wed, March 4th

Western Line Dancing Clasat - Santa Rosa

6-7:30pm - Wednesday Nights

Santa Rosa Moose Lodge #458

3559 Airway Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-0637
https://www.santarosamoose.org


Thu, March 5th

Dine& Donate for Safari West

Please join Jackson's Bar & Oven in supporting

SAFARI WEST
American Association of ZOO KEEPERS

at a Dine & Donate Fundraiser

15% of your Food Purchase will be donated to

SAFARI WEST (excludes alcohol & gift cards).

135 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-6900

 

 

 
 

 


Thu, March 5th

Ceres project: Teens Cook Workshop - Windsor

 

3-4pm  -Teens can learn how to make healthy & savory pancakes.

All materials will be provided.  Class takes place:
Windsor Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor
(707) 838-1020

Registration & a signed waiver are required. 


Thu, March 5th

An Evening with Charlie Musslewhite - Healdsburg

7pm/Doors Open, 8pm/Show - With an induction into the Blues Music Hall of Fame, 35 Blues Music Awards (including 3 wins in 2014!) & 11 Grammy nominations (including a 2014 win!), American electric blues harmonica player & bandleader Charlie Musselwhite has truly earned legendary status as one of blues music¹s most important artists.

Admission: $40/General Seating, $75/Circle Front Orchestra.

Presented by the Raven & Heart Space Presents.

Sponsored in part by Healdsburg Tourism Improvement District. 
The Raven
115 North St, Healdsburg

(707) 433-6335

https://www.raventheater.org
 

 

 


Thu, March 5th
thru
Sat, March 14th

Love a la Cart - Healdsburg

A Raven on the Road production - Costeaux Bakery
“It is the journey that counts. Do not be so much in a hurry to get to the end.”
 
A couple meets in a restaurant, fall in love, get married & return to celebrate their 1st meeting every year, where they discover more about themselves,
their dreams, desires & fears.
 
Costeaux Bakery features beautiful 19th century inspired architecture
& a decidedly European flair, an ideal location for an intimate story.
 
Opening Night Bubbly & Sunday Post-Show Discussions:
Join us for opening night of any production & stay afterward for a
celebratory toast to the cast & crew!  Immediately following all
Sunday matinees, members of the cast and crew will return to the
stage to answer your questions
 
Admission:  $28/Adults $25/Senior 65+, $5/Student w/ID.
Thursday Value Night Adults & Senior tickets are 2 for the price of 1!
Please note there is limited seating.  Advance purchase is recommended.
Dates & Times: Mar 5, 8pm (Opening Night Bubbly), Mar 6, 8pm,
Mar 7, 8pm, Mar 12, 8pm (Value Night) | Mar 13, 8pm, Mar 14, 8pm.
Performed at Costeaux French Bakery.
417 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.raventheater.org


 

 

Thu, March 5th
thru
Sat, March 28th

RAVEN PLAYERS PRESENT: ORIGINAL PLAY MARCH MADNESS

 

 

2 Original Plays by 2 Local Playwrights in the month of March.

The romantic comedy Love à la Carte spans decades as a couple meet
in a restaurant, fall in love, get married & return to the same restaurant
annually to celebrate their first meeting

 

On the more serious side, The Germans Upstairs is a tale of ill-fated
love set during the German occupation of Paris in WW II.

 

Love à la Carte plays March 5 - 14 at Costeaux French Bakery,
while The Germans Upstairs runs March 19 - 28 at Hudson Street Wineries.
Both performance venues are in Healdsburg.

Tickets & Information:
http://www.RavenPlayers.org

 


Fri, March 6th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Sweeney Todd - 6th Street Playhous

The deliciously macabre musical that shocks, awes & delights!
A horror-thriller (not for everyone)

52 W. 6th St., Santa Rosa
GK Har4dt Theatre

(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Fri, March 6th

Walking, Yoga, Garden Tour - Glen Ellen

1-2:30pm - Enhance your Quarryhill experience with gentle yoga postures. 
Leave the yoga mat behind.  Walk the garden with mindful intent as you
stroll among the 25 acres of Asian flora adding breath work & guided
meditation, taking the contemplative path less traveled.

Set a new intention under the sheltered space of the Ting.  Affirm your
connection with the beauty of Mother Nature’s creations as you overlook
the valley below from the Prayer Flag’s perch along the garden’s
upper border.  Members $15, Non-Members $20.

Quarryhill Botanical Garden

12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen

https://quarryhillbg.org/walkingyoga.html


Fri, March 6th
thru
Sat, March 28th

Oliver’s Windsor Tavern Event Calendar – March 2020

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

http://www.oliversmarket.com

 

Tavern Friday Wine & Tasting Events:

3/6, 5-7pm: Husch Winery ($2 Fee)

3/13,  5-7pm: Jardesca California Aperitiva
3/20, 5-7pm: Raeburn Winery ($2 Fee)

 

Tavern Live Music Calendar:
Every Friday, 11:30am– 2:30pm: Donny Mederos & Levi Lloyd

3/7, 4-6pm – Hannah Jern-Miller
3/14, 4-6pm – Twin Soles

3/21, 4-6pm – Richard Torres

3/28, 4-6pm – JP Soden


Fri, March 6th

THE CURIOUS BOTANICAL ODYSSEY OF JOHN MUIR

5:30-7pm - An interactive presentation explores the extraordinary
life-journey of one of America’s most underestimated botanists. 
Muir historian Ed Andersen tells the “story behind the story” & reveals
what led John Muir far afield to the remote corners of the Earth in
search of nature’s mysteries.  Price:  $20/Members, $25/Non-Members

Quarryhill Botanical Garden

12841 Sonoma Hwy.,Glen Ellen

https://quarryhillbg.org/johnmuirtalk.html

 


Fri, March 6th

Big Heart Fundraiser - Sonoma

5:30-7pm - Presented by the Kenwood Education Foundation.

Tickets: $40/Per Person.

Deerfield Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood
(707) 833-5215

http://www.kenwoodeducationfoundtion.org

 

 


Fri, March 6th
thru
Sun, March 15th

43rd Annual Barrel Tasting - Sonoma County

11am-4pm - TWO WEEKENDS - 3/6-3/8 AND 3/13-3/15.
Many Wineries offer "Futures" on their barrel samples.  This is a great chance to purchase wine now, often at a discount, then come back to th winery when the wine is bottled, typically 12-18 months from now.  Many wines are limited.
Ticket price includes the opportunity to sample wine fromthe barrel & in most cases also trying a limited number of current release wines.  This ins not a Food Pairing event so not all wineries provided food during the event.

http://www.wineroad.com


Fri, March 6th

1st Friday at Santa Rosa Arts Center

5-8pm - Featuring Kate Magdalena accompanied by David Field

Kate Magdalena is a singer/songwriter.  Her “Timely Americana” music, topical transformative songs addresses the preservation of the natural world, homelessness,
the political landscape, friendship and loss. She has released two albums of original music.
View “The 19th Amendment” art exhibit and visit other open studios
& galleries in the SOFA Arts District.
  FREE All ages welcome.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A Street, Santa Rosa
http://www.santarosaartscenter.org
 

Fri, March 6th

Talent Show - Windsor

7-9pm - (doors open at 6:30pm. at the Windsor Community Center.

Tickets: $15/Door, $13/Advance, Free/Kids 6 & under.

Tickets available:
https://www.windsorperformingarts.net/talent-show

Ther Grand Prize $200 for the Winning Act.

 


Fri, March 6th

1st Friday Film Series: Calamity Jane

7pm - Watch Doris Day as Calamity Jane (1953) in the musical
comedy about Jane's Saloon & love affiar with Wild Bill Hickock.

Free for Members, $5/General - includes popcorn & candy.

Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Fri, March 6th

Cornerstone Sonoma First Fridays Art Market

A night of Bay Area Street Artists, Muralists, Musicians & Performing
Artists collaborate at the Cornerstone Sonoma Sunset Gardens + Marketplace.  The main activity is hosted at Palooza Beer Garden & Eatery and the
night comes to life Every 1st Friday of the Month.

Price Free & Open to all.
23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma
(707) 569-6644
https://www.paloozafresh.com/

Sat, March 7th

Elsie Allen High School Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

6-9pm - Fundraiser for Elsie Allen High School Crab Feed

 

$50 per person. Benefits Project Grad Safe Sober Celebration

Held at: Center for Spiritual Living
2075 Occidental Rd, Santa Rosa

https://eahs-santarosa-ca.schoolloop.com/

 


Sat, March 7th

Orchestra & Symphonic Band Choir & Chamber Singers

7pm -

$12/General, $6/Students & Seniors

Burbank Auditorium
(707) 527-4249
http://www.msuci.santarosa.edu


Sat, March 7th

12th Annual Corned Beef Dinner & Silent Auction

5:45pm/Doors, 6pm/Dinner
Ticektes: $20/General, $10/Kids 10 & under, $15/Take Out Dinner.

Seating is limited.
Sponsored by: Gold Ridge Star Chapter #161, Order of the Eastern Star.
Proceeds will be used to support the Sponsor's fraternal purposes.

Sebastopol Masonic Center
373 No. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 321-9479
http://www.brownpapertickets.com


Sat, March 7th

Bee Fest - Santa Rosa

10am-2:30pm - Bee-ing & Living in the Canopy of Community
SUMMFIELD

655 Willowside Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 575-7194

http://www.summerfieldwaldorf.org


Sat, March 7th

March Madness with The Black Brothers Band - Occidental

7:30pm - Famous Irish brothers of Mary & Frances Black, the
charismatic Michael & Shay bring their fine band featuring ‘The Commitments’ pianist Eamonn Flynn, with accordion player Felim Egan.  Enjoy a rollicking
show featuring songs from Irish, English & Scottish traditions with close harmonies, catchy rhythms, witty tales & jokes, audience sing-a-longs &
up-tempo reels & jigs for dancin!  Their new album featuring family singers
will be for sale.   $22/Advance, $26/Door.  Fine refreshments available,
including wine & beer.

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, March 7th

25 Years of Mutts with Patrick McDonnell

1pm - Also the release of "The Art of Nothing" & the newest
Mutts treasury, Hot Dogs, Hot Cats.

He will be signing books after his talk.

Meet some live mutts looking for new homes & step up
to the Humane Society's famous Kissing Booth where
Scamp the dog doles out smooches.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sat, March 7th

International Women’s Day Concert with Dirty CelloLocation

8-10pm - Proceeds from this concert will benefit Sonoma County’s
Living Room Home, a day center in Sonoma County serving homeless
& at-risk women & their children.
For the first half of the concert, Dirty Cello will be joined on stage by
jazz diva Stella Heath from the French Oak band & Billie Holiday project; homegrown rocker Shelby Lanterman; inventive songsmith Claudia
Russell; & newcomers the Muted Jewel Tones, whose 3 part harmonies
are evocative of the Andrew Sisters.  For the second half, Dirty Cello will present their usual crazy & unpredictable performance of Blues, Bluegrass, Rock, Eastern -European music & whatever else tickles their fancy or yours.

 

HopMonk Tavern Sebastopol

http://bit.ly/2MWbtQE

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sat, March 7th

The Art & Business of Voiceover - Cotati

10am-4:30pm - SRJC workshop will cover all aspects of the art
& business of voiceover.
  Try your skills in a real recording
studio & leave with recordings
of your own voice.

 

Blair has been the voice of 100’s of commercial projects on radio, TV & film.  He has narrated many audio books 
including “The Secret”, the largest selling audio book of all time.
Blair Hardman Productions
Zone Recording
7884 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati

Sun, March 8th

Save Our Planet - Santa Rosa

3-3:45pm - An Inspirational Environmental Play for Children

Air pollution from Earth is drifting all the way to the Planet Zarkonia
& making the Zarkonians sick! Young Zak is chosen to travel from
Zarkonia to discover what is going on & what he can do to help.
Zak teams up with 2 Earthling children, Mollie & Michael, who lead a
cool rap song that goes viral & helps turn things around.  A short 1-act
musical that underscores the importance of recycling & will inspire
children (& adults!) to do their part to make the world a better place. 
For ages 4 & up.?

Steele Lane Community Center
415 Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
https://www.atheaterforchildren.com

 


Sun, March 8th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

3pm - Cinderella - Bullied by her 2 mean step sisters, Cinders’ future looks bleak until her Fairy Godmother casts a spell & sends her to a royal ball, where she connects with the Prince. How will he ever find Cinders when she flees at midnight, leaving behind only a single glass slipper? The Panto Company brings the classic tale to life on stage with original modern songs, more hilarity than you can imagine, and of course a happy ending.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Mon, March 9th
thru
Mon, May 11th

Psychological Approach to the Old Testament - Sebastopol

4-6pm - (10 Mondays, March 9-May 11).

Registration Required.

Dr. Jon Jackson presents a new series of 10 lectures on symbolic
archetypes & recent theological theories regarding these deeply
powerful stories.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.,
(707) 829-2440

Tue, March 10th
thru
Thu, July 30th

Chair Balance & Fitness Classes - Sebastopol

2-3pm - Classes begin Tuesday, March 10 & will continue every Tuesday & Thursday.

Members, $5; Non-Members, $8

Drop-in for a free info session & pre-assessment either March 3 or 5, 2-3pm.

SAIL (Stay Active & Independent for Life), an evidence-based balance & fitness program is now being offered for those who prefer to exercise in a chair. 
Instructor: Annette Shearer

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.,
(707) 829-2440

Wed, March 11th

Let's Go To The Fair! - Sebastopol

1-3pm - Learn about the art & historical events of the
Bay Area between 184-1950.  Tickets: $10/Per Person.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
http://www.sebarts.org


Wed, March 11th

Let’s Talk About Death: Film & Discussion Evening

6pm/Doors, 6:30pm/Movie.
Local non-profit Final Passages continues its Monthly Series
with the March screening of Ram Dass: Going Home.
A profound and poetic encounter on life, death & the soul’s journey
home with cultural and spiritual icon Ram Dass, at his home on
Maui toward the end of his life. 

Since suffering a life-changing stroke 20 years ago, beloved spiritual
teacher Ram Dass has been living at his home on Maui & deepening
his spiritual practice — which is centered on love & his idea of
merging with his surroundings & all living things.

Come early to get your seat & enjoy home-made savory Foods
& Desserts for sale at the event.

Sebastopol Grange Hall
6000 Sebastopol Rd (Hwy 12), Sebastopol
https://finalpassages.org/film-march/

 

Thu, March 12th
thru
Thu, May 14th

Monthly Poetry & Music Salon Party - Santa Rosa

6:30-8:30pm - 2nsd THURSDAY EVERY MONTH.
Featured Poet is Abby Bogomolny, the editor of the anthology 
New to North America: Writing by US Immigrants Their
Children & Grandchildren
& Author of the Poetry collection People
Who Do Not Exist.
  Followed by Open Mic.

FREE All ages welcome. Second Thursday every month.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
321 South A St., Santa Rosa
(707) 293-6051

Thu, March 12th

Monthly Poetry & Music Salon Party

6:30-8:30pm - 2nd Thursday - EVERY MONTH.
FREE ALL AGES Welcome.
Poet: Ulalume González de León, Translations from “Plagiarisms” by
Nancy Morales & John Johnson.  Ulalume González de León was part of
a generation of Latin American writers experimenting with language 
& challenging the traditional identities of women, marriage & relationships. 
 
Musician: Maria Ana Bija is a Santa Rosa based world Musician, Dancer & Educator whose passions include social equity causes & community building.
Followed by Open Mic.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A Street, Santa Rosa

Fri, March 13th
thru
Thu, February 13th

SRJC Jazz Band - Santa Rosa

7:30pm  - Jazz Night
$12/General, $6/Students & Seniors
Newman Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Fri, March 13th

Student & Instrumental Recital - Santa Rosa

12:30pm -

Forsythi Hall Rm. 105
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Sat, March 14th

Cullan's Hounds: Wild Irish Music - Sebastopol

7:30-9:30pm - A band of fiddle, guitars, drums & voice, named after
a wild hero of Irish mythology, playing traditional & original Irish

ballads & rousing songs of rebellion & drinking, just in time for
St. Patrick's Day, from the wilds of S.F.'s Irish neighborhoods to
formerly-tranquil Sebastopol.
Tickets: $20/Advance,  $25/Door, $15/Students, FREE/10 & under.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
(707) 793-7835

https://sebarts.doubleknot.com/event/celebrate-st-patricks-day-with-culanns-hounds/2637865


Sat, March 14th

All you can eat Corned Beef & Cabbage Feast

5-8pm.  Tickets: $20/Presale, $23/Door

Windsor Lions Club & Sonoma County Fire District
Price includes a $15.00 Donation.
Windsor Community Center
901 Adele Dr., Windsor
(707) 838-4531

Sat, March 14th

Who's Got the Chop's - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - An no-holds barred lip sync competition pitting teams
against each other in an exciting, hilarious & highly entertaining
evening that raises critical funds for Sonoma County youth.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

http://www.whosgotthechops.org




 


Sat, March 14th

2nd Saturday Cartoonist - Santa Rosa

1-3pm - Meet, watch & talk to Thi Bui.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sun, March 15th

9th Annual St. Patrick's Day 5K - Santa Rosa

11am - Race Time.
In the St Patrick's Day spirit, this 5K encourages everyone to dress in GREEN.
There will be a Costume Contest after the race.

Proceeds benefit Santa Rosa Rec & Parks
Courthouse Square
http://www.FleetFeetSantaRosa.com


Sun, March 15th

Sonoma County Climate Activists Community Summit

1:30-6pm - It’s Up To Us!

Sonoma County Climate Activist Network (SoCoCAN!) invites you to
join our coalition of groups & concerned individuals for our
Community Summit: It’s Up To Us!

Odd Fellows Hall
545 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 595-0320
https://www.facebook.com/SonomaCountyCAN


Sun, March 15th

Ayurveda Unveiled Movie - Santa Rosa

MOVIE AT 2-4pm , MEET WITH GITA 4-5pm, DINNER 5-7pm.

Enjoy an inspirational movie which brings together the history & essence
of this ancient Science of Life & Longevity.  Take a deeper look into how
Ayurveda has the ability to bring harmony & perfect balance to our lives. 
We will spend time with the film maker, Gita Desai & enjoy Indian cuisine.  Advanced tickets:

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/browse.html

99 Sixth Street, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-3009

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoZItsGdu_8

 


Sun, March 15th

Community Summit - Santa Rosa

1:30-6pm - Hosted by The Sonoma County Climate Activist Network. 

The summit is a call to action - A call to connect - A call to build on common ground. The Sonoma County Climate Activists Community Summit

Will host Community Members, Students & Organizations

Working on climate change issues in Sonoma County.

The gathering will foster healthy discussions Inspired by speakers
planning & taking actions
. To support a truly sustainable future.

All are invited to this free event.

We are the Decision-Makers & Leaders of the local & global changes
we must create.
Starting right here, right now, together.

Odd Fellows Hall
545 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa

(707) 595-0320

Email: SonomaCountyCAN& gmail.com


Sun, March 15th

Choral Evensong - Healdsburg

5-6pm - Celebrate the feast day of St. Vincent de Paul & 
St. Louise de Marillac featuring music about service to others.  
St. Paul’s choir will sing a Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis by Thomas Morley & the anthem will be The Servant Song by contemporary composer Richard Gillard.  St. Paul’s Clarinet Ensemble will play
music for the opening & closing voluntaries.  This is a great opportunity to turn off the outside world and connect with your
inner, more spiritual world.

Donations accepted for our Outreach Ministries.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
209 Matheson St., Healdsburg

(707) 433-2107
https://stpauls-healdsburg.org/

 

 

 


Mon, March 16th
thru
Fri, March 20th

Spring Break Classes - Charles Schulz Museum

Classes for kids in cartooning, animation & art.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 284-1272
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Mon, March 16th
thru
Fri, March 20th

Fractured Fairy Tale Theatre Camp - Santa Rosa

10am-1:30pm - Fractured Fairy Tale Theatre Camp (Ages 6-12).

6th Street Playhouse
52 W., 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com

 


Wed, March 18th

Writing Club for Adults - Windsor

6-7:30pm - 3rd Wednesday of each Month.

Work on creative writing with published Author & Instructor,
Jennifer Lynn Alvarez.

Meet at the Windsor Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy.,
(707) 838-1020
https://sonomalibrary.org › locations › windsor-regional-library


Thu, March 19th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145


Thu, March 19th

Speaker Series - Santa Rosa

3-5pm - Kris Rebillot, Director of Communications, Buck Institute
From the Lab Bench to the Bedside:
A Geriatrician/Scientist Delves into the Biology of Aging.

Council on Aging
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
RSVP:  (707) 525-0143 x146
http://www.councilonaging.com


Thu, March 19th

A Historic Evening - Petaluma

5:30pm/VIP Reception,  6pm/Doors Open, 7pm/Event.

7-8:30pm - with Anne Frank's Stepsister Eva Schloss

This year marks 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz & Anne's death.  Enter the world of Anne Frank as told by her stepsister & childhood friend.  Come touch history in a way Petaluma will never be able to again. 
Anne's 92-year-old stepsister will be appearing in person. 
A unique & historic opportunity.  Hear a firsthand account of young
Anne Frank & of Eva's survival against all odds & how she rebuilt her
life out of the shadows of darkness & ashes of destruction.  Be inspired
to never give up hope & always see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Open to the entire community,
TICKETS:
$25/General, $15/Students, $50/VIP Seating, $100/Meet & Greet.
Sponsored by the JCC of Sonoma County

Petaluma Veterans Memorial Hall
1094 Petaluma Blvd., Petaluma

(707)  559-8585
https://www.AnneFrankPetaluma.com

 

 


Fri, March 20th

Kid Galaga Concert - Epicenter, Santa Rosa

9pm-12/Midnight - Free Concert 

Epicenter - Victory House

3215 Coffey Ln., Santa Rosa
https://kidgalaga.com/


Sat, March 21st
thru
Mon, March 23rd

SR Symphony concert "Showcasing Contemporary Women

March 21, 7:30pm (Doors 6pm, Pre-concert talk 6:30-7pm)

(Discovery Open Rehearsal,  March 21, 2pm – no talk)

March 22, 3pm (Doors at 1:30pm, Pre-concert talk 2-2:30pm)
March 23, 7:30pm (Doors 6pm, Pre-concert talk 6:30-7pm)

 

Performance ticket prices:

$24-$87 for Saturday & Monday evening & Sunday afternoon performances

(REE tickets for youth, ages 7-17.  Patrons may request (by phone or in person)
ONE FREE ticket for a youth (7-17 years of age) with each paid adult ticket to a
Classical Series concert.

Discovery Open Rehearsal ticket prices:

$20/Adult; $10/Youth (7-17 years of age)
Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University

( 707) 546-8742
http://www.srsymphony.org

 


Sat, March 21st
thru
Sat, July 25th

ESSENCE OF THE GARDEN - Quarryhill, Glen Ellen

Nature Walks with Kathleen Aspenns

Saturdays: March 21, April 25, June 13 & July 25

10am–12/Noon

Experience the beauty, fragrance & splendor of wild nature growing in the garden jewel of Sonoma Valley.  This sequence of walks has been carefully scheduled during the flowering season so participants can witness rare wild plants in full bloom.  Each walk will highlight the energy of the season, from the ancient grace of the magnolias in early spring, to the exuberant & fragrant roses and colorful lilies that bloom as spring and summer unfold. Your guide, Certified Flower Essence Practitioner Kathleen Aspenns, will weave a rich tapestry of history, lore, botanical knowledge & the healing gifts of the flowers during your stroll in the garden.  Price:  $15/Members $20/Non-Members.

Quarryhill Botanical Garden

12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen

https://quarryhillbg.org/floweressences.html

 


Sat, March 21st

Fab Cab Fest - Glen Ellen

6-9:30pm - 5th Annual Fundraiser & Dinner
Benefitting Local & International Projects.

Tickets: $90/Per Person.

Valley of the Moon Winery
777 Madrone Rd., Glen Ellen
http://www.glenellenkenwoodrotary.com


Sat, March 21st

7th Annual Polenta Feed - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - Hosted by Montgomery High School Alumni Foundation.
ALL YOU CAN EAT - Polenta, Meat & Meatless Sauces, Appetizers,
Salad, Bread & Dessert by Randy Apel.

Auctions & No Host Bar.

Benefits Montgomery High's Education & Extrracurricular Progreams.
$30/Per Person.

St. Eugene - Becker Center
2323 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-6764
http://www.polenta@eventbrite


Sat, March 21st

Comedian Jenny Zigrino -

6pm/Doors, 7-8:30pm/Show - Buena Vista Winery - The original winery
is now a CA. Historic Landmark & home to the Winery, Tasting Room
& Visitor’s Center.  Award-winning wine & light snacks (cheese trays,
delicious chips) are available for purchase.  Guests may also bring in
a picnic, but no outside drink. Cabaret style seating & tables are
provided at this indoor show.  Event welcomes guests 21 & up.
Complimentary parking onsite for every guest.

Buena Vista Winery
https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/march-21.html

 

 

 


Sun, March 22nd

Peacetown Equinox Celebration - Sebatopol

12/Noon-4pm - Beatles Singalong, Live Band

Hopmonk Sebastopol
(707) 508-5449

 


Mon, March 23rd
thru
Mon, May 25th

Young Players (Ages 7-12) - Santa Rosa

In this short 1-act play—OH, NUTS!!  Two squirrels (one is a hard worker,

 

the other likes to take time to be creative) are gathering nuts for winter.
The second squirrel tries a variety of ways to fill the nest faster & with tastier food.  This leads to a dangerous encounter with humans at their picnic site.
It takes the entire squirrel community to save day.  Students will also work
on crafting their own props & scenery!  Final presentation for family & friends. Mar 23–May 25 | Mondays 4:45–5:50pm (10 wks)Instructor: Eileen Nagle Rehearsal Hall, 12 student maximumTuition: $200 (includes materials).

52 W 6th Street, Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185

https://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com/school-of-drama/kids-programs/

 

 

 

 


Mon, March 23rd
thru
Mon, May 25th

Improv & Circus Theatre I (Ages 7-12)

At its heart, theatre is playful, giving us a chance to explore our wildest
dreams & craziest fantasies. In this class, you’ll learn how to express your imagination & use your heart, body & mind to create scenes, monologues
& more.  Going with the flow, saying “yes” & having fun are the main goals
in this light-hearted course.  Class time will be chock-full of energetic
theatre games & you’ll even get a chance to dabble in the circus arts,
where joy is paramount.  Last class will be a "shareformace" presentation
for family & friends.  Mar 23–May 25  - Mondays 3:30–4:30pm (10 wks)

Instructor: Alexandra MooreRehearsal Hall, 10 student maximum
Tuition: $135 (includes materials).

52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
https://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com/school-of-drama/kids-programs/

 

 

 

 


Wed, March 25th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Sonoma International Film Festival

http://www.sonomafilmfest.org


Thu, March 26th

Open House - Council on Aging

11:30am-1pm - Hear about out Programs & Services. 
Tour our Meals on Wheels Kitchen.  Enjoy Lunch provided by Council on Aging.

Pick a date & join us.

R.S.V.P.  (707) 525-0143 x146
 

 


Fri, March 27th
thru
Sat, March 28th

Hitchcock Film Festival

A special showing  of The Birds will be at 7pm on Friday night, March 27.
On Saturday, March 28, watch The Trouble With Harry at 12/Noon,
The Birds at 3:30pm & The Man Who Knew Too Much at 7pm.

Student Art on display, t-shirts & other items for sale.  Photo ops!
Dress up as Tippie or Alfred, too!  Bring a cushion or blanket &
make yourself at home.
  Price:  $8-$30

Bodega Bay Grange

1370 Bodega Ave., Bodega Bay
(707) 347-9645
https://www.visitbodegabayca.com/hitchcock-film-fest

 

Fri, March 27th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Artisan Cheese Festival - Sonoma County

3 full days of cheese pairings, seminars & tastings; farm & producer tours; Cheese, Bites & Booze! (the best bite competition); Bubbles & Brunch
& the highlight of the weekend - the Artisan Cheese Tasting & Marketplace featuring more than 100 vendors where you can try & buy your favorite
cheeses & artisan products to pair with cheese!

(707) 837-1928
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/14th-annual-california-artisan-cheese-festival-tickets-83675075403

 


Sat, March 28th
thru
Sun, March 29th

Exploring Orchids - Santa Rosa

Days/Hours: Sat., 10am-5pm, Sun., 10am-4pm - Free Parking.

Admission: $10/Per Person.  Door Prizes & Raffles.

All are invited to attend our Annual Orchid Show & Plant Sale.

http://www.sonomaordhids.com


Sat, March 28th

Cotati Community Yard Sale

9am-1pm.

Cotati Room, 216 Est School St.
(Behind City Hall)

(707) 795-5508
http://www.cotati.org


Sat, March 28th

Stand Up for Youth Comedy Show

7-9pm - All proceeds of this event go to supporting Youth &
Family Programs at the Y!

Content for Mature Audiences- ages 18 or older. 
Tickets: $25/Pre-sale, $30/Door

 

Odd Fellows Hall

https://sroddfellowshall.com


Sun, March 29th

Hands-On Passover - Schulz Museum

1-4pm - A Kid-Friendly Adventure into the Passover Story.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Wed, April 1st

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series

6:30pm - Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical.

Whatever you do, don’t let The Pigeon star in his own musical production! Because it’s not easy being The Pigeon– you never get to do ANYTHING!  But when the Bus Driver has a crisis that threatens to make her passengers (gasp!) late, maybe that wily bird CAN do something.  Starring an innovative mix of actors, puppets, songs & feathers, Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! (The Musical) is sure to get everyone’s wings flapping. 

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Fri, April 3rd

Bennett Friedman’s Jazz Quartet - Santa Rosa

8pm - Joe Gilman - Piano, Jeff Denson - Bass, Hamir Atwal - Drums
Newman Auditorium
$15/Adults, $10/Students & Seniors

Newman Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Fri, April 3rd

Dogfest - Windsor

4-7pm - Fundraise to honor a dog that you love & help us place more expertly trained assistance dogs free of charge.  If you haven't registered as a participant or event day volunteer, there is still time.  The efforts of thousands of people across the country are making DogFest a huge fundraising success supporting the mission of Canine Companions® to give independence & give a dog a job.

Russian River Brewing Company, Windsor

http://www.cci.org/DogFestWineCountry


Fri, April 3rd

1st Friday Film Series: Dr. Stranglove

7pm - Peter Sellers stars in this satirical comedy about an insane
leader on the path to start a nuclear war.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sat, April 4th

Occidental Fool’s Parade & Celebration!

1-4pm - Join the fun as we celebrate creativity with this Occidental
tradition where fools reign supreme!   Parade begins at pm at the
Community Center, winds its way down Main Street & then back up
Bohemian Hwy towards the fun!  Everyone is welcome to participate
in the parade & frolic with us!  Immediately following the parade come
down to OCA for a community celebration.
Join your neighbors for family-friendly entertainment & activities! 
Food & drinks, live music by Hub Bub Club & Bloomfield Bluegrass
Band, art contest, ‘Reeda da Palma’ the psychic in her gypsy caravan,
giant bubbles by Tony, parachute & balloons Miss Meghan the Unicorn
& more.  Salmon Creek Students art exhibit in the gallery too! 
Get your silly costumes ready – this year will be big fun!

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/annual-fools-day-parade-and-bbq/

 


 


Sat, April 4th

Battle of the Brews - Santa Rosa

1-4pm - Craft Cup Competition - $110.  (Craft Cup ticket
includes entry into Main Event.
4-8pm -  Main Event People's Choice Competition - $60.

Presented by Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50.

Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Grace Pavilion & Hall of Flowers
Santa Rosa
http://www.battleofthebrews.com


Sat, April 4th

The ART of DESSERT Gala - Santa Rosa

5:30pm - With Special Guest: Sandra Joseph (Broadway Star & Author).

A memorable evening of fine dinig, exceptional wines & tantalizing desserts.

Single Tickets: $250/Per Person.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
(707) 800-7505
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/support-us/other-ways-to-give/art-of-dessert/


Sun, April 5th
thru
Thu, September 3rd

Windsor Certified Farmers Market

Sundays, April 5th - Dec 6th, 10am-1pm
AND
Thursdays, May 28th - Sept 3rd (excludes July 2nd), 5-8pm
Windsor Town Green
http://www.windsorfarmersmarket.com

 


Sun, April 5th
thru
Mon, April 20th

Works of HEART 2020

Art Show &  Dinner Benefitting the JCFC.
Presented by Gallery 300 @ The Barlow Event Center.

Dinner sponsored & served by Grossman's Noshery &
Bar from Stark Reality Restaurants.

(707) 585-7780

https:/woh2020.bpt.me/


Sun, April 5th

Girl Scout Day - Schulz Museum

10am-2:30pm - Mud Pies & Jelly Beans.

Get started on your Girl Scout cooking badges by working with
local culinary experts, learning bout healthy foods, trying some
new cuisines & making your own savory & sweet snacks.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Tue, April 7th
thru
Tue, December 8th

1st Market of the Season - Windsor

Windsor Farmers Market officially opens for the Season.

Sundays, April 7th to Dec 8th, 10am- 1pm
Thursdays, May 30th to Sept 5th (excludes July 4th), 5-8pm

Windsor Town Green
https://windsorfarmersmarket.com


Sat, April 11th

BOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD - Green Music Center

6:30pm/Pre-Concert Talk, 7:30/Show.
A JOURNEY THROUGH HINDI CINEMA LIVE
Tickets: Starting at $25.

The vibrancy, emotion & heart-pounding beat of Hindi cinema comes to the stage with Bollywood Boulevard.  Dance, live music, storytelling & stunning visuals join together to create a non-stop journey though over 100 years of Bollywood. Moving from the era of black & while films to today, the music, costumes, choreography & artwork reflect the essence of each time period.
(707) 664-4246
http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Sat, April 11th

KIDS Free Day - Schulz Museum

Celebrate Spring with hands-on crafts & free admission for kids!

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sat, April 11th

2nd Saturday Cartoonist - Santa Rosa

1-3pm - Meet Sana Simpson, creator of the syndicated comic
strip, Phoebe & her Unicorn & the web comic, Ozy & Millie, as she
welcomes her latest graphic novel, "Camping with Unicorns."

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sat, April 11th

Broadway & Bubbles - Santa Rosa

2nd Annual Gala Celebration

5-9:30pm - FOOD  ~  WINE  ~  RAFFLES  ~  Show.

 

This year, we continue to fulfill our mission in offering every student in
our community the opportunity to be part of the performing arts as we
strive to offer inclusive educational opportunities to all.  We are happy to announce our School of Drama Showcase Fundraiser, Broadway & Bubbles,
an evening of entertainment that will include an elegant reception & a
showcase presented by our extremely talented School of Drama students. Please join us in supporting a thriving performing arts program that
benefits Santa Rosa & the greater community of Sonoma County!

Tickets: $38/Adult, $25/Child.$20/VIP Parking. 
Tickets include 1 Drink Ticket.

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

http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Sun, April 12th

Easter Sunday Brunch - Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor


Wed, April 15th

Mamma Mia! Dress Rehearsal Benefit - Healdsburg

Presented by Healdsburg Center for the Arts
5-7pm - VIP Dinner Seating (at Valette’s):
6:30pm/Doors, 7:30pm Show.
VIP Tickets: $150/Per Person (50 tickets available – tix must be purchased by 3/31).  Tickets:  $35/Per Person - General Admission
Ever wanted to take a glimpse into some behind the scenes action for one of the most popular Broadway musicals ever produced?   Well, now’s your opportunity!  The Healdsburg Center for the Arts is partnering with the Raven Players to present a behind the scenes dress rehearsal performance for the upcoming Abba musical “Mamma Mia!”

 

The dress rehearsal will not only offer viewers the opportunity to experience the full presentation of the musical, but also provide added excitement through the missteps, corrections & enhancements needed to bring together the final production!

Raven Performing Arts Theater

115 North St., Healdsburg

(7070 431-1970
http://www.healdsburgcenterforthearts.org/mammamia

 

 


Thu, April 16th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145


Fri, April 17th

An Afternoon of Poetic Conversation w/ Rumi's Caravan

2pm - For over 20 years, Rumi's Caravan has inspired audiences by weaving together poetry from traditions of the world.  The presenters create a beautiful, improvised poetic conversation, moving through moods of prayer & grief to humor & celebration. Tea, coffee & light refreshments provided.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N High St.,
(707) 829-2440

Sat, April 18th

33rd Annual Pick of the Vine - Santa Rosa

5:30-9pm - Enjoy tastings from 55 local wineries, craft breweries
& tasty bites.  And, while you are tasting you can peruse our extensive
collection of auction items.   Pick of the Vine is a fun fundraising event
for Senior Advocacy Services.   We are a local nonprofit with a mission
to defend the rights of those aged 65 to 105+.  Your support makes it
possible for us to advocate for a vulnerable population through our 
Long Term Care Ombudsman, Elder Justice Initiative & the Medicare
Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy
(HICAP) Programs.

Tickets: Early Bird $65 until April 10th, $75/After April 10th
Tickets for Pick of the Vine 2020 CAN NOW be purchased by texting
the Word Senior to 555888.

Luther Burbank Center
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

https://povtickets.afrogs.org/#/tickets/event

 


Sat, April 18th
thru
Sun, April 19th

Apple Blossom Festival & Parade - Sebastopol

Enjoy an old-fashioned Parade down Main Street, Arts, Crafts,
Music & much more at this colorful annual festival.  Festival &
Parade on Saturday.  Festival & Blues Music Explosion on Sunday.
Ives Park / Sebastopol Center for the Arts

282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-3032
https://www.appleblossomfest.com/

Sat, April 18th

Carrillo Redline Carfest - Santa Rosa

7am-4pm - Maria Carrillo Puma Garage (School Club) is putting
on a car show

Maria Carrillo High School

6975 Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa
(707) 799-0144
http://www.bit.ly/carfest2020

 


Sat, April 18th

Kids Night at the Museum - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - Drop your kids off for after-hours fun!

They will enjoy Pizza Dinner, Games, Art Crafts & Cartooning.
$25/Per Child for Members, $32/Per Child General. 
Discount of $5/Off for Siblings.

Charles M. Schule Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Fri, April 24th

SANTA ROSA SUNRISE ROTARY FUNDRAISER - Windsor

GET READY FOR SONOMA COUNTY’S  PARTY OF THE YEAR

THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT YOUR GFRAND DADS ROTARY FUND RAISER!

FLEETWOOD MASK.

CONCERT, DANCING, LIVE & SILENT AUCTIONS.

PREFERRED SEATING & SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE

THE SANTA ROSA SUNRISE ROTARY SUPPORTS PERFORMING ARTS IN OUR LOCAL SCHOOLS

WINDSOR’S AGATHA FURTH CENTER

SANTA ROSA SUNRISE ROTARY
https://portal.clubrunner.ca/4124/page/showsitepage?classcode=sitepage&slug=rockin-rendezvous&storyslug=santa-rosa-sunrise-rotary


Sat, April 25th
thru
Sun, April 26th

31st Passport to Dry Creek Valley

Featuring Wine Country at peak springtime perfection. 
Passport weekend includes Food & Wine Pairings, New Releases,
Meet & Talk w/ Winemakers, Vineyard Tours, Views & so much more!

https://www.drycreekvalley.org/events/passport-dry-creek-valley/


Sat, April 25th

What\'s The Buzz? Sonoma County Beekeepers Association

2-3pm - Honey bees . . . What we know, their struggles & perils
& what YOU can do to help!

Come learn some fun facts about honey bees!  The Sonoma County
Beekeepers Association will be here to talk about this MOST IMPORTANT pollinator with a fun, interactive presentation.  Topics: Hive
make-upday in the life of a beetheir problems & challengesand some
ideas how each of you can aid in their survival Afterward, we'll have
time to answer all of your questions.

Northwest Regional Library

https://sonomacounty.libcal.com/event/6456428

 

 

 


Sat, April 25th

Dancing with the Stars & Stripes - Healdsburg

https://www.dancingwiththestarsandstripes.org/wp/


Sat, April 25th

4th Annual Giant Steps Farm to sTable - Sonoma

5-10pm - Presented by Marin Subaru highlights locally-sourced
Food & Wines from the Sonoma & Napa Valleys.  We have once
again partnered with Stellar Catering, a collaboration between renowned
chefs Bruce Riezenman of Park Avenue Catering & Ari Weiswasser, the
Executive Chef of the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand-awarded Glen Ellen Star.

VIP benefits include a hosted reception at VJB Cellars & stunning wines
from Hanzell Vineyards, DRNK Wines & Lampyridae Vineyards.
Bouchaine Vineyards, Pedroncelli Winery, Calavera Wines &
Atwood Ranch have also joined as wine sponsors, with Supreme
Sweets & Sonoma Portworks creating a perfect end to the evening,
which features fabulous silent & live auctions.

Kenwood Ranch of Sonoma
(707) 769-8900

https://FTS20.givesmart.com

 

 


Sat, April 25th

Butter & Eggs Days - Petaluma

Theme:  "Community - the Heart of Petaluma."
The Parade steps off at 12/Noon & will march through the historic
downtown, surrounded by a festival of fun & activities from 10am-5pm.

Clover Sonoma will return to lead the Clover Kids’ Parade, which precedes
the main parade at 11:30am with a procession of preschoolers & primary
grade youngsters & their families.

 

Join the Cutest LIttle Chick Contest:

No Registrations on the day of the event.  Takes place in front of
Copperfield’s Book Store on Kentucky St. Check in 9:45am.  The contest
will start at 10:15am.

https://petalumadowntown.com/butter-eggs-parade.html


Sun, April 26th

Girls on the Run Spring 5K -

8am-1pm - Join us for a celebratory run in beautiful Sonoma County!  Our 5k event is the culmination of a 10-week course for our Girls on the Run!  We invite you to join us for a fun-filled, family-friendly event!  This season's event will include DJ Music, celebration table to get decorated for the run & our Friends & Family Zone!  Registration for this event helps support programs & scholarships for Girls on the Run Sonoma County!

SOMO Village
1100 Valley House Dr Rohnert Park
(707) 849-3662
https://gotrsonomacounty.org/5k-detail-spring

 

 

 

 

 


Sun, April 26th

Annual Plant Sale and Community Gathering

9am–3pm - Get your garden started.  There will be thousands of plants
for sale with over 25 types of affordably priced vegetables, herbs & flowers
& 150 different varieties to choose from.  Popular favorites include; heirloom tomatoes, Sungold, hot & sweet peppers, onions, leeks, lettuce, chard, kale, specialty greens, cabbage, broccoli, melons, winter & summer squash, beans,
& herbs & flowers!
Learn from local gardening experts which varieties will do best in
your garden & how to get seedlings off to a healthy start.
Proceeds 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!  Veggie seedlings ready for planting start at $3.  

Children’s Activities & an Art Station.
Bounty Community Farm
55 Shasta Ave., Petaluma

http://www.petalumabounty.org

 

 

 


Sun, April 26th

Remember When Rock was young - Elton John Tribute

Symphony POPS Series - Starring Craig A. Meyer, Paino & Vocalist.
Celebrate decades of chart-topping hits & brings to life his amazin music.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(7070  546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Sun, April 26th

Spring Aintique Faire - Petaluma

8am-4pm - 200+ Antique dealers selling collectibles of all types.

Downtown Petaluma
https://www.visitpetaluma.com/event/fall-antique-faire/


Fri, May 1st
thru
Sun, May 17th

The Taffetas (A Musical) - Sonoma

A TOE-TAPPING, FINGER-SNAPPING MUSICAL REVUE SALUTING

 

THE SONGS OF THE FABULOUS 50’s!

Journey back the fabulous 1950’s for a fun & nostalgic musical romp.
The Taffetas are a quartet of sisters from the Midwest who are determined
to sing their way onto national television!  You’ll be a part of their debut
studio audience as they knock your bobby socks off paying tribute to
the McGuire Sisters, The Fontane Sisters & the Chordettes

Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 

 


Fri, May 1st
thru
Sun, May 3rd

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
http://www.svauthorsfet.org


Sat, May 2nd

Derby after Dark - Santa Rosa

6pm - Champagne & Oysters, Martinins & Gaming, Raffle & Auction,
Dinner & Dancing.
Proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels + Council on Aging.

Derby attire - Hats, Fasinators Contest.

Hyatt Regency, Santa Rosa
http://www.councilonaging.com/derby


Sat, May 2nd
thru
Sun, May 3rd

Bodehga Bay Fisherman's Festival

10am - Join Bodega Bay in celebrating the local Fisherman & kicking
off Salmon Season with a blessing of the fleet.  Entertainment for the
whole family includes Live Music, Great Food, numerous Craft Booths
& much more!  Don't miss the Wooden Boat Challenge, where
participating teams build a vessel & compete in a Boat Race.
Westside Park
2400 Westshore Rd., Bodega Bay

http://www.bbfishfest.org


Sun, May 3rd
thru
Sat, May 9th

Healdsburg Chorus Spring Concert, Sun, Moon, Stars & Rain

A delightful array of new & familiar songs celebrating these essential
elements of life & love.  Our 60 plus member chorus will be joined by instrumentalists for an evening (or afternoon) of music for the whole family. 

 

May 3rd, 3pm -

Glaser Center,
547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa.

 

May 8th, 7pm AND
May 9th 3pm -

Healdsburg at the Raven Center for Performing Arts,
115 North Street, Healdsburg

http://www.healdsburgchorus.com


Wed, May 6th

Jazz Combos - Santa Rosa

7:30pm - $10/Cash Only
Guest Artist: Pianist Anne Sajfera

Newman Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Thu, May 7th

The Rain in Spain - Santa Rosa

5pm - Students Sing Vocal Classics from Operetta & Broadway.

Newman Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Fri, May 8th

SRJC Jazz Band - Santa Rosa

7:30pm - Jazz Night
$12/Adults, $6/Students & Seniors

Newman Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Sun, May 10th

Mother's Day Marketplace - Guerneville

10am-4pm - Let’s pop & shop!  Enjoy a variety of vendors showcasing
local goods.  From delicious Cheeses to Artisan Jewelry, we can spoil mom
like she deserves to be!  Our delicatessen will have California Champagne
Cocktail Specials & Lunch offerings, as well as promotions in our wine shop.

No reservations required.  Complimentary admission

 

Korbel Champagne Cellars

13250 River Rd., Guerneville


Tue, May 12th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series - Santa Rosa

6:30pm - Dog Man: The Musical

Best buds George & Harold have been creating comics for years, but now that they’re in 5th grade, they figure it’s time to level up & write a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the crime-biting sensation who is part dog, part man & ALL HERO!!

How hard could it be? With the head of a dog & the body of a policeman, Dog Man loves to fight crime & chew on the furniture. But while trying his best to be a good boy, can he save the city from Flippy the cyborg fish & his army of Beasty Buildings? Can he catch Petey, the world’s most evil cat, who has cloned himself to exact revenge on the doggy do-gooder? And will George & Harold finish their show before lunchtime?? Find out in this epic musical adventure featuring the hilarity & heart of Dav Pilkey’s beloved characters.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Fri, May 15th
thru
Sun, June 14th

The Legend of Georgia McBride - 6th St., Playhouse

A struggling Elvis impersonator is a sensation after joining
the drag show that replaces him!

A music-filled, hilarious & heartfelt comedy.
6th Steet Playhouse - Monroe Stage

(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Fri, May 15th

SpaRK! Series: Equanimity

7:30pm - Orchestra & Symphonic Band.
$12/Adutls, $6/Students & Seniors.

Burbank Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Fri, May 15th

Student & Instrumental Recital - Santa Rosa

12:30pm -

Forsyth Hall Rm. 105
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Sat, May 16th

Choir & Chamber Singers - Santa Rosa

7:30pm - Beyond the Horizon.
$12/Adults, $6/Students & Seniors.

Burbank Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Sat, May 16th

Petaluma's Salute to American Graffiti

http://www.americangraffiti.net


Sat, May 16th

Sonoma County Backroad Challenge

he Backroad Challenge is the best way to spend a Saturday outside. 
It’s your chance to ride one of 4 epic Wine Country back road routes
that will take your breath away & test your resolve.  Get your buddies
together, drag them over the Marshall Wall, draft behind them on
Chileno Valley Road, wait until that perfect moment then swing out
& beat them to that cold beer & BBQ at the Backroad Festival.
No one will be disappointed.  Make this the year that you took the
Backroad Challenge & let your legs determine that you’re worthy.
https://backroadchallenge.com/


Sun, May 17th

Bloomin' Backyards Gardens Tour

9:30am-4pm - Recognized experts will be on hand to demonstrate
& answer questions.

http://www.sonomamg.ucanr.edu


Sun, May 17th

Student Piano Recital - Santa Rosa

3pm -

Newman Auditorium
(707) 627-4249
http://www.music.santarosa.edu


Thu, May 21st

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145


Thu, May 21st
thru
Sat, May 23rd

71st Annual Twilight Parade - Healdsburg

http://healdsburgfair.org/


Sat, May 23rd

CASA goes Caribbean - Sebastopol

4-9pm -- CASA's Annual Fundraiser.

Dining, Live Auction & Raffles, Music, Tastings from many of
Sonoma County's best wineries.  Steel drums bringing the Caribbean flavor!
Support the CASA Program & its mission to advocate for positive futures
& outcomes for Sonoma County's abused & neglected children.

Vine Hill House
3601 Vine Hill Rd., Sebastopol
http://www.sonomacasa.org

 


Fri, May 29th
thru
Sun, June 28th

HAIR - 6th Street Playhouse

The American tribal love-rock musical that captured an era!
6th Street Playhouse

(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Fri, May 29th
thru
Fri, September 4th

Cloverdale Friday Night Live at the Plaza

6-9:30pm - FRIDAY NIGHTS - May 29th - Sept 4th.
Downtown Cloverdale

http://www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org/fnlmusic


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sun, June 14th

Sonoma Wine Country Games

May 30 - June 14, 2020.

More details to follow.

(707) 525-0143

http://www.councilonaging.com

 


Thu, June 4th
thru
Sat, June 6th

Flatbed Music Festival - Sebastopol

Designed to honor the diverse musical heritage of west county.

Featuring a mix of genres — Americana, Singer-Songwriters, Blues &
Jazz — & a lineup of Sonoma-grown Musicians on 10 intimate stages in Sebastopol, including one on the back of a flatbed truck.

The Flatbed Music Festival will benefit Play It Forward, a music organization
in Santa Rosa that provides musical instruments & private music lessons to children in the community who couldn’t otherwise afford them.

https://www.hopmonk.com/sebastopol/

 

 

 

 

 


Fri, June 5th
thru
Sun, June 21st

LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR - Sonoma

A NEIL SIMON GEM!   Called “The Funniest Comedy on Broadway”
by critics when it debuted in 1993, Simon revisits his early days in
the Writer's Room on shows like Sid Caesar’s Your Show of Shows
Backlit by the Cold War, women joining the work force & the McCarthy
era, the play it returns us to a time when America was falling in love
with this new thing called television.  Based on the real life antics
of Neil Simon & his brother Danny.

Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St., Sonoma

(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 

 

 

 


Sat, June 6th

Grape to Glass

 

1-4pm - Come explore the Russian River Valley.
We are featuring over 40 wineries pouring from the 6 neighborhoods
of the legendary Russian River Valley.  Enjoy small bites from local chefs,
craft beer, live music, a silent auction & an artisan marketplace.  In addition,
we will be hosting a Neighborhood Panel.

La Crema Estate at Saralee's Vineyard, Richard''s Grove

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/grape-to-glass-tickets-93591738409?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing

 

 

 


Sat, June 13th

A Benefit Bike Ride for Homeless

Incarnation 100 -

Starting & finishing at the Church of the Incarnation in the heart of
historic Santa Rosa, Incarnation 100 is a fundraising bike ride through
the lovely vistas of Sonoma County.

4 different course options are offered, for avid & recreational cyclists
alike: 32-mile; 45-mile; 100-km; & 88-mile.  Incarnation 100 supports
3 vital homeless service entities: The Living Room, which provides day
services & overnight transition housing for women & children; Sunday
Open Table, which provides Sunday breakfast, sundries & fellowship to
members of the downtown street community & St. Andrews Food Pantry
in Monte Rio, which provides groceries & meals to homeless folks in the
Russian River Valley.

Santa Rosa & around Sonoma County

http://www.incarnation100.org


Thu, June 18th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE.

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145

 

 


Sun, June 21st

Father’s Day Festivities Under The Redwoods

10am-5pm - Celebrate Dad & treat him to a close up view of the
Classic Cars from KORBEL’s Racing Team!  Check out the lineup
displayed on our promenade – a perfect vantage point for that
special photo of Dad.  Groove to Live Music & get your shuck on
with fresh oysters under the redwoods. Complete your Lunch with
specials in our gourmet delicatessen & enjoy a fun & relaxing day
for the whole family!  No reservations required,  Complimentary admission.

Korbel Champagne Cellars
13250 River Rd., Guerneville
https://www.korbel.com/winery-events/fathers-day-festivities-under-the-redwoods/?trust=yes


Wed, June 24th
thru
Sun, June 28th


Fri, June 26th

World's Ugliest Dog Contest - Petaluma

https://www.sonoma-marinfair.org/worlds_ugliest_dog_2019_home


Thu, July 16th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145

 

 


Fri, July 17th
thru
Sun, August 2nd

SUNSET BOULEVARD - Sonoma

 

Faded silent film star Norma Desmond (Dani Innocenti Beem), lives firmly
in the past in her decaying mansion on the fabled Sunset Blvd.  When
young but jaded screenwriter Joe Gillis accidentally crosses her path,
she sees in him an opportunity to make her return to the big screen &
possibly, to life. Based on Billy Wilder's Academy Award-winning 1950
film of the same title.

Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St., Sonoma

(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 


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