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Fri, September 30th
Sat, October 15th

Hispanic Latinx Heritage Monthy - Sonoma County Libraries

Celebrate Sonoma County’s rich Hispanic & Latino/a/x history
& culture with the library during Hispanic Latinx Heritage Month,
which runs from September 15 through October 15.


Fri, September 30th
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

Fri, September 30th
Fri, October 28th

Farmers Market - Occidental

4pm - Dusk - FRIDAYS.

Fri, September 30th
Sat, October 29th

Autumn in the Rose Garden - Healdsburg

Nurery & Gardens open by appointment ~ Tuesdays-Saturdays.
10am, 11am, 1pm & 2pm.

Nurery open & brimming with hundreds of beautiful roses, irises
& perennials.  Free advice, gardening handouts & tips on water-wise
drip irrigation.  Rose Garden Tours, Butterfuly Garden, Rose Water
& Perfume. 

The Russian River Rose Company
1685 Magnolia Dr., Healdsburg
(707) 433-7455


Fri, September 30th
Mon, October 31st

Pathway to Income Equity - Sonoma County

A collaborative effort led by First 5 Sonoma County, is a pilot program
to increase financial security for families with young children & is now
accepting applications.  305 Sonoma County families will be randomly
selected to receive an unconditional payment of $500 per month
or 24 months.  Eligible applicants are pregnant and/or parenting
child under six years old.


Fri, September 30th
Sun, October 2nd

Beauty in the Beasts - Healdsburg

11am-5pm - Our world is a masterpiece made up of creatures from
he largest mammal, the blue whale, to the smallest organisms & even living
beings from our imaginations. These intrigue us, amuse us, comfort us,
& sometimes unsettle us, but they mainly enhance & enrich our experience
here on earth. This exhibit will show an artists vision of great, small, real
or fantastical creatures in their favorite medium.
Show runs through - October 2, 2022.  Closed Tuesdays.

 334 Center St. Healdsburg https://healdsburgcenterforthearts.org/

Fri, September 30th
Sun, October 2nd

Paintings by Jeff Watts - Sebastopol

Join us for a little of this, a little of that... smaller paintings by Jeff Watts.

Jeff's inviting oil paintings offer intimate, masterful
views of animals, landscape & the figure, intriguing worlds inside small spaces. Sebastopol Gallery offers the work of over twenty Sonoma County artists.
The show runs through October 2, 2022.  Open daily, 10am-5pm. Sebastopol Gallery
150 N. Main St., Sebastopol



Fri, September 30th
Mon, November 28th

AWS Fall Art Show - Santa Rosa

Artists of the Art Workshop of Western Sonoma County (AWS)
present their Fall Art Show from September 28 - November 28.
Join us to see 100+ original, reasonably-priced works in various media
of watercolor, oil, acrylic paintings, mixed media pieces, photography
& sculpture created by more than 40 gifted local artists.

Weekday show hours are M-F,
8am-6pm.  Free to attend.

Finley Art Center

2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa

Fri, September 30th
Sat, December 31st

The Spark of Schulz ~ A Centennial Celebration

November 26, 2022, marks the 100th birthday of the cartoonist
behind Snoopy, Charlie Brown & the Peanuts Gang.  The Schulz
Museum celebrates with an exhibition, hardcover book, USPS


Fri, September 30th
Sat, December 31st

School Garden Grant Opportunity Benefits Sonoma Youth

Want to get your students out doors & learning science, ecology,
nutrition & more?  WellKind has begun accepting applications
for mini-grant proposals from Sonoma County public schools that
are creating or sustaining a garden or are taking on garden-related

If you think your school could benefit from a garden grant, apply soon.
The deadline for a school garden grant from WellKind is 12/31/22.


Fri, September 30th
Fri, December 16th

SRJC Bakery - Santa Rosa

August 25 - December 16, 2022.
Closed: (10/13, 10/14, 10/20, 10/21, 11/10, 11/11, 11/24 & 11/25).

SRJC Alex Wing Bakery

1670 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 522-2796




Fri, September 30th
Mon, October 31st

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & the Amazing Corn Maze

September 30 - Opening Day - 10am-6pm (Sunday - Thursday)
10am-10pm - (Friday - Saturday).


Fri, September 30th
Fri, October 28th

CASA Volounteers Needed - Sonoma County

If you think you can commit to 2 hours a week for advocacy,
friendship & emotional support to a child or youth in foster care,
WE NEED YOU!  Being a CASA can be very gratifying.
A CASA is a powerful voice in a child’s life.  Become a CASA Volunteer
  Our Fall Volunteer Training is scheduled the last 2 weeks
of October & it will be hybrid model.  For more specific dates/times
& more information or to sign up for the CASA Training:
(707) 565-6375

To find out more about CASA of Sonoma County visit:




Fri, September 30th
Mon, October 3rd

BOOK FAIR by Friends of the Santa Rosa Libraries

Friday - 9/30 2-3pm
Members preview ($10 payable at door, starting 12:30),
3-7pm open to the public;
Saturday - 10/1 10am-5pm;
Sunday - 10/2 "Half Price Day" 10am-4pm;
Monday - 10/3 "$5 Bag Day" 2pm-6pm.

Huge book, DVD, CD sale. 50,000+ books across all genres
including fiction, literature, children's, mysteries, sci-fi, history, b
io/memoirs, cooking, social sciences, religion & New Age & more.
Bargain prices: $2/hardback, $1.50/paperback, $1/children's book,
$3/DVD, $2/CD.
All proceeds benefit Sonoma County Libraries. Veterans Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/central-santa-rosa-library/santa-rosa-friends-of-the-library

Fri, September 30th
Mon, October 31st

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & the Amazing Corn Maze

35+ Pumpkin varieties of all sizes across 5 acres of land.
Special family-friendly events including; Carnival Fun Slide, Children's
Pony Rides, Face Painting, Balloon Art & a 4-H Bake Sale
& a variety of Food Vendors.

Free Parking & Admission to the Pumpkin Patch.
Admission: $8-$12/Corn Maze.

450 Stony Point Rd., Petaluma
(707) 781-3132

Fri, September 30th
Sun, October 30th

Mickelson Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Enjoy a grain train, hay pyramid, apple cannon, paintball
gallery, huge hay maze, pony rides, bound houses & a vast
selection of pumpkins.  Food Vendors, kid approved snacks & more!
Tickets & Wristbands for access to the attractions range from $7-$25.
Free activities include; cornhole, giant jenga, bowling, checkers,
tic-tac-toe & an animal farm.

5495 Redwood Hwy., South, Petaluma
(707) 490-8088

Fri, September 30th
Mon, October 31st

Pronzini Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Find a variety of Pumpkins, Gourds & a Haunted Western Willage
to roam through & Pony Rides & the Cow Girl Cafe are open on the weekends.
Dogs are welcome at the pumpkin patch, on a leash at all times.

3795 Adobe Rd., Petaluma
(707) 778-3871

Fri, September 30th
Fri, December 30th

Help us Feed our Neighbors - Windsor

Can you Volunteer to help? Here's how:

Sort & prep donated food (Monday)
Transport food (various days, vehicle needed),
Make price-check calls to local stores (weekends),
Set up/tear down Farmer's Market tables (Tuesdays),
Check expiration dates & organization food (any day),
Help give food away (Tuesday mornings).

$$$ Donations are always appreciated too!


For more information to Volunteer, please contact our church:
Presbyterian Church
251 Windsor River Rd., Windsor
(707) 838-1566


Fri, September 30th
Sun, November 27th

Collective Arising: The Insistence of Black Bay Area Artists - Santa Rosa

Hours:  11am-5pm - Wednesday - Sunday.
Admission:  $10/Adults, $7/Seniors, Students & Disabled,
Free/Children 12 & younger.

Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa

Sat, October 1st

Free Walking Tour of Historiic Cotati


RSVP:  (707) 794-0305


Sat, October 1st

Food Truck Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

8am-5pm - Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy, Breakfast Corn Dogs, Coffee,
Hot Chocolate, Soda, Gatorade & Water.
Lunch:  Corn Dogs, Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Chili, Nachos,
Elote, Fries, Chili Cheese Fries, Jalepeno Corn Dogs.

Proceeds benefit The Santa Rosa High/Montgomery High Wrestling

Held at Montgomery High Parking Lot

Sat, October 1st

ZipLine Improv - Occidental

7pm - Occidental native Laura Wachtel returns to OCA
with ZipLine Improv, bringing you new hijinks, stories & songs all
made up in the moment -- led by your suggestions! ZipLine brings
together some of the finest improvisers from around the Bay Area
for your merriment.

Tickets for this OUTDOOR event: $25/GA, $20/OCA Members

Sat, October 1st

The Nursery at the Jail Industries CLOSE OUT SALE

9am-1pm - EVERYTHING Discounted - EVERYTHING must go.

For the safety of our guests & staff, capacity limits will be in place.

2254 Ordiance Rd., Santa Rosa

Sun, October 23rd

Northern California Renaissance Faire

10am-6pm - WEEKENDS through - October 23.
Jousting, Comedy, Music, Food & Drink, Artisans & Crafters,
Games & Rides.

Kids 12 & under Free every Weekend.

Casa De Fruta
Pacheco Pass, HWY 152
10031 Pacheco Pass Hwy
Hollister, CA

Sat, October 1st

90 Minute Walking Tour - Cotati

11am - Find out about Cotati's Historic past? 

Cotati's Museum & Historical Society.

(707) 794-0305

Sat, October 1st

17th Annual Chilly Billy Fun Run - Petaluma

11am-5pm - Enjoy Free Car Show & Free Live Music by
Petty Theft & BBQ .  Proceeds benefit the Polly Klaas Foundation.
Visit the Polly Klaas Booth to pick up a Free Child Safety Kit.
Petaluma Fairgrounds
175 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma
(707) 769-1334

Sat, October 1st

Vikingfest - Santa Rosa

10am-3pm - An annual celebration of Norwegian heritage & all things
Norwegian: from Viking era reenactments to modern art & pottery,
Nordic arts & crafts, traditional foods, heritage keep-sakes, cultural
displays & demonstrations & remembrance of Leif Erikson.
Come be a Viking for the day! Norway Hall
617 W. 9th Street. Santa Rosa https://www.facebook.com/events/5423021157744447

Sun, October 2nd

St. George Greek & Middle Eastern Festival - Rohert Park

12/Noon-9pm - Join us as we celebrate Greek & Middle Eastern culture.
Enjoy live music & entertainment, authentic Mediterranean cuisine,
traditional dance, arts & more!
The "Kids Corner" features art, face painting, cotton candy,
snow cones & tons of fun for kids of all ages!

Free Admission & Free Parking.

7311 College View Dr., Rohnert Park


Sun, October 2nd

Sonoma County Art Trails

Our juried professional Artists open their art studios:
Oct., 1 & 2.  Hours: 10am-5pm.
You are invited to explore Sonoma County, engage with the Artists
in their own studios & collect beautiful art.


Sun, October 2nd

Bees n' Blooms Open Farm for Art Trails - Santa Rosa

October 1 & 2.
3883 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 293-8293

Sat, October 1st

Harvest Fair - Cloverdale

11am-6pm - A great family friendly event!  Live music, silent auction,
a delicious brat meal, beverages for all ages, kid’s zone & proceeds
go to supporting our community.  Come enjoy the fun at the downtown
plaza & help out great causes.
Presented by the Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale & Courtney's Pumpkin Patch.


Sat, October 1st

SF Gay Men's Choruse Ensembles, Homophonics & The Lollipop Guild - Sebastopol


Tickets: $35/General, $65/VIP (Includes VIP Seatong

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

Sat, October 1st

Annual Garden Benefit Party - Santa Rosa

2:30pm - until Dark - Live Music, Fresh Food, Spirited Beverages,
Honorary Speakers. Please purchase Tickets in Advance.
Tickets:  $30/Adult (includes meal & first drink).
Fun for the whole family.  Celebrating healthy communites & habitats.
Larkfield Community Garden & Learning Center

450 Noonan Ranch Ln., Santa Rosa





Sat, October 1st

Saturday Stroll Art Walk - Guerneville

4-7pm - Visit a dozen art galleries along Main Street in downtown
Guerneville.  Plus live music & street vendors. Free to attend.


Sun, November 6th

Dia de los Muertos ~ Day of the Dead - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-4pm - FAMILY DAY - Oct., 1, 2022.

Día de los Muertos is celebrated throughout Latin America,
but is more closely associated with Mexico, where it originated.
A joyous remembrance of the lives of family members & loved ones
who have died, the holiday is a celebration of the cycle of life.
Traditionally, it is said the souls of the dead return to visit the living
for a few brief hours during the celebrations.

In Mexico, Día de los Muertos is marked by festive celebrations to honor
the deceased. Cemeteries are cleaned & decorated, special food
& candies made & home altars are designed with offerings (ofrendas)
to the dead of the things they enjoyed most in life, including food, drink
& music.

Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500


Sat, October 1st

1st Saturday Artwalk - Guerneville

4-8pm -1st Saturday of every month.
Enjoy art & crafts around downtown Guerneville
galleries keep thier doors open into the evening.

This month Surrey Resort hosts small bites, live piano & local wine,
featuring paintings by Georgianna Kepler, a local of Guerneville
since 1969 & ceramics by Anatoly Turov, a Ukrainian creative mind.

Downtown Guerneville



Mon, October 31st

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

Take a Hay Ride to the bountiful Pumpkin Patch, enjoy the 5-acre
corn maze, climb the hay bale pyramid & jump into the corn kernel pit.
Food vendors with sweet & savory selections.
5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 582-3276

Mon, October 31st

Punky's Pumpkin - Santa Rosa

Find a large selection of Pumpkins & Squash available to pick.
Fun attractions daily - Train & Hay Rides, Bounce Houses, 30-foot
Slide, Hay Maze, Custom Cartoon Billboards for Photo Ops.
Weekend treats include; cotton candy, snow cones, lemonade
& other goodies.

50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-8474

Sat, October 1st

Windsor Day Parade

10am - Community Parade, "Friends & Neighbors," begins at 
Windsor High School & continues down Windsor River Road to the
Town Green.  Free to attend.



Sat, October 29th

ParkRx Beginning Hiking for Fitness Series

Saturdays from 9am-1pm - Join us for the 8-week Beginner
Hiking for Fitness Program.
The program leaders will guide you on a series of weekly hikes with the challenge increasing each week. Before the first hike, the leader will discuss proper shoes, hydration, incorporating hiking poles, proper pacing, etc.
Bring water & if desired, a snack. The group will be limited to 35 participants. Parking fees apply. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park https://sugarloafpark.org/event/parkrx-beginning-hiking-for-fitness-series-3/?instance_id=21772

Sat, October 8th

Historic Downtown Walking Tours - Petaluma

10:30am -  Held on most Saturdays.
Costumed docents share their stories & the city's history.

20 4h St., Petaluma

Sat, October 1st

Courtney's Pumpkin Patch - Cloverdale

11am-6pm - Proceeds from this event raise funds for the Courtney Jade Davis
Memorial Scholarship at CHS & cancer patients. What to expect
at this event: Food, Beer, Wine & freshly made icees for the kids,
live music featuring the Pulsators & the Poyntless Sistars Rockin
Show band, a silent auction with over 100 items generously donated
from businesses from several communities, local vendors, Ooops
the Clown & friends & of course pumpkins & gourds in all sizes shapes
& colors for sale along with Halloween goodies & candy.
Downtown Cloverdale



Sat, October 15th

Take a Walk in a Magical Forest - Sebastopol

10-11:30am - 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month.

Take a hike with a guided horticulturist through the 7.5 acre
Hidden Forest Botanical Reserve.  Walk through magnificant rare
trees & wonderous flowering plants on your way to see a spring-fed
pond, a year round creek & a pre-historic wetland.
Hidden Forest Nursery
3970 Azalea Lane, Sebastopol
(707) 823-6832


ke a guided  magnificent rare trees and wondrous flowering plants on your way to see a spring-fed pond, a year-round creek, and a pre-histoT a guided walk with a horticulturist through the 7.5 acre Hidden Forest botanical reserve. Walk through magnificent rare trees and wondrous flowering plants on your way to see a spring-fed pond, a year-round creek, and a pre-historic wetland.

Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!

ake a guided walk with a horticulturist through the 7.5 acre Hidden Forest botanical reserve. Walk through magnificent rare trees and wondrous flowering plants on your wang-fed pond, a year-round creek, and a pre-historic wetland.

Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!

Sat, December 17th

Healdsburg Farmers Market

Every Saturday - 8:30am-Noon

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

West Plaza Parking Lot, Healdsburg

Sun, October 2nd

Oktoberfest - Gunerneville

12/Noon-5pm - Join us for Beer, Food, more Beer, Pretzels & Brats!
Music, Games & Fun.  Bring your own Beer Stein, Wear your Dirndl, Lederhosen or German getup.

Boon Garten, Church St., Guerneville


Sun, October 2nd

Harvest of Hope - Geyserville

4-7pm - Reach for Home Fundraiser to help end homelessness in northern
Sonoma County includes live jazz, wine, food & auctions.

Tickets: $100/Per Person.

Alexander Valley Hall
5512 Hwy., 128, Geyserville


Mon, October 3rd
Fri, December 30th

Free lunch for Seniors - Sonoma County

12/Noon-1pm - Council on Aging is hosting Daily Community Lunches
for Seniors in a community near you!  We would love your company to join

in a warm meal that includes, socialization, peer support & activities.
These events are put on by Council on Aging & our hosts are well trained
food service handlers & Senior Advocates that ensure a pleasant & safe experience. 
All seniors age 60+ are completely free to dine with us.
If interested, please sign up by calling (707) 525-0143  x128.
We would love to see you!


Mon, October 3rd
Wed, November 30th

Sonoma County Library

The Sonoma County Library is offering in-person & virtual events
throughout the month of October.  Join us for programming for all ages,
including gardening classes, Zumba & more.  All events are free
& you don't need a library card to attend. 
Registration is required for select events.

Mon, October 3rd
Wed, November 30th

Help keep KIDS SAFE & bring Missing Children Home

Donate your CAR, TRUCK, BOAT or RV to the Polly Klass Foundation.

Rated one of America's best charities, whe you donate to us,
you can be confident the proceeds are helping children in our region!
Call:  (707) 769-1334

Mon, October 3rd
Sat, October 22nd

Y I Run - Fun Run/Walk - Register Today - Sonoma County

9:30-11:30am - Join us for an easy walk (or run!) around Spring Lake
to raise money & show your support for the domestic violence services provided by YWCA Sonoma County, whose mission is to keep families
safe from harm.  Join as an individual or create a team - the more the merrier!
Spring Lake Regional Park,
Swimming Lagoon Parking lot http://ywcasc.ywca.org/site/TR?fr_id=1910&pg=entry

Mon, October 3rd

Sonoma Speaker Series -

5:45pm/VIP Reception, 7pm/Program Begins.
Abduction survivor, inspirational speaker & New York Times
bestselling author Jaycee Dugard in conversation with family psychologist
& educator Rebecca Bailey.  Tickets: $75/VIP, $35/General.
Hanna Boys Center
17000 Arnold Dr.,  Sonoma
(707) 696-8378

Tue, October 4th
Sat, December 3rd

Rebeca Treviño: What the Crows Brought Me | Assemblage | Reception

Assemblage by Rebeca Trevi.  The show runs Oct. 4 through Dec.3, 2022, with a reception Oct. 22, 4-6pm.  As crows delight in play & shiny things, Rebeca's work lures the viewer with unusual juxtapositions, out-of-context objects & ever-surprising stories. Her sculptures & wall hangings are witty, visually stimulating & complex. See more of her work at https://www.facebook.com/ObtainiumArt/.
Sebastopol Gallery features the work of 20+ artists & is open daily,
Sebastopol Gallery
150 North Main St., Sebastopol

Tue, October 4th
Tue, January 3rd

Year-Round Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Petaluma

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

Wed, October 5th
Wed, October 26th

Wines & Sunsets - Santa Rosa

5-8:30pm - Every Wednesday Evening.
Join us for our award-winning Wines & Sunsets Series back at our newly reopened Russian River Valley Estate! Food Truck: Lata Indian Cuisine.  Paradise Ridge wines paired with beautiful Russian River Valley sunsets,
good food, and live music!   Ticket prices:  $10-$25.
Paradise Ridge Winery

4545 Thomas Lake Harris Drive https://www.prwinery.com/winery-events/

Thu, October 6th

Hot Dog Thursday - Pacific Air Museum, Santa Rosa

11am-1:30pm - This is the LAST HOT DOG THURSDAY.

Time to get that great dog with all the fixings
& see classic aircraft.

Pacific Coast Museum Field

Thu, October 6th

ArtQuest Fall Showcase - Santa Rosa

6pm This FREE event is open to the public & is a great opportunity to learn
more about the 8 ArtQuest Arts Specialty disciplines: Dance, Digital Arts, Instrumental Music, Photography, Theatre Arts, Video Arts, Vocal Music
& Visual Fine Arts. You can also find out about the ArtQuest application process, meet the teachers & see & hear outstanding samples of student
work & performances!
If you, or a student you know, could benefit from a unique public
high school experience with a focus on the Arts, come to the FREE
ArtQuest Fall Showcase ~ All are welcome!
Santa Rosa High School Auditorium
1235 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 890-3850 x52290


Thu, October 6th
Sun, October 30th

Art from the Other Side - Santa Roa

When the barriers between worlds become thin.
This exhibit is a celebration of this time of year, a celebration of our
expanded perception of the Mysterious, the Marvelous & the Magical.
Runs Oct., 6-30, 2022.
Opening Reception: 10/7 from 5-7pm.

Hours: 11am-3pm.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa

Fri, October 7th
Mon, October 31st

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

Days/Hours:  Monday-Thursday - 11am-6pm
Friday - 11am-10pm, Saturday - 9am-10pm, Sunday - 9am-8pm.

Opens:  Oct., 7 through Oct., 31.

WEEKEND FUN:  Kettle Corn, Funnel Cakes, Shave Ice & Caramel Apples,
Power Jump, Zorb Water Balls, Pony Rides & Face Painting.

Wristband & a la carte options - see pricing online.
Corn Maze, Petting Zoo, Cow Trains, Pumpkin Blasters, Corn
Pit, Tractor-Pulled Hayrides, Jumpy Pillow, Barnyard Ball Zone.

5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa


Fri, October 7th
Sat, October 15th

Fall Plant Sale - Sebastopol

9am-3pm - BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - October 7, 8, 14 & 15.

Primarily Native Plants & Habitat Friendly.

All proceeds benefit the Butterfly Gardens.

Hallberg Butterfly Gardens
8687 Oak Grove Ave., Sebastopol
(707) 823-3420




Fri, October 7th
Mon, October 31st

Blind Scream Halloween Haunted House - Santa Rosa

Open Select Nights Oct., 7-31.

13 Years of Fears ...BLIND SCREAM HAUNTED HOUSE presents:
House of Superstitions! Open 13 Bewitching Nights.

"Deep in the dank, dark woods stands a dilapidated old dwelling that
the townsfolk steer clear of.  It’s inhabited by 3 terrible sisters, each one
as evil as hell itself.  They have poisoned the surrounding lands
& cursed anyone who dares enter this vile place they claim as home.
Those brave enough to cross the threshold, well, they NEVER RETURN.
Tickets: $25-$35.

98 Santa Rosa Plaza, Sant Rosa
(South of the Santa Rosa Plaza at the
corners of First St & A St).


Fri, October 7th

Teresa Tudury at Occidental Center for the Arts

7pm - Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see the magnificently
talented & witty comedic chanteuse Teresa Tudury, with special guests! Teresa is visiting from New Mexico & we’re thrilled to welcome her back
to our stage. This performance will be in our outdoor amphitheater.
Please bring your own seat cushion or low-back chair.
Front row seating (chairs) available for patrons unable to maneuver
the amphitheater stairs. OCA is wheelchair accessible.
Fine refreshments
for sale, art gallery open during intermission.

Sat, October 8th

Prayer Service for Healing - Santa Rosa

4pm at Knox Thanksgiving Church, to be held
on the second Saturday of each month


Members of the LGBTQIA+ community, including families, or anyone
who has been spiritually wounded or hurt by any church, are especially welcome. The service is simple & brief, including individual prayers & anointing for those who desire it.
1650 W. Third St.,
(Corner of Stony Point), Santa Rosa

Sat, October 8th

Marley's Ghost - Occidental

8pm Nothing less than a national treasure. Composed of singer/multi-instrumentalists Dan Wheetman, Jon Wilcox, Mike Phelan,
Ed Littlefield Jr., Jerry Fletcher & Bob Nichols, the band can sing
& play anything - country, folk, Western swing - with spot-on feel,
delighting their legions of fans for a quarter of a century so far.
Their trademark multi-part harmonies never cease to captivate,
whether on record or in live performance.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/OCA Members.
Fine refreshments available for sale; accessible to patrons
in wheelchairs. Art Gallery open during intermission.
Become an OCA Member & get discounts, free admission.
OCA is a non profit performing & fine arts organization located at:

3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
707) 874-9392

Sat, October 8th

Sonoma County Writers Conference - Santa Rosa

8:30am-5pm - Join us for a 1-day conference specifically designed to inspire

& equip writers of all levels, from beginners to seasoned published
authors. The goal is to train & equip you to write your first draft to publish
your first book, or, for novice/professional authors & those who teach
or work in the industry, to hone your craft.  Learn the art of adding emotion
to your characters, overcoming writer's block & the inner critics, creating
page-turners, tips on marketing & so much more. This is one of the best values for authors in Sonoma County.  You will walk away inspired,
energized & motivated to put what you learn into use.  We look forward
to seeing you!  See for yourself why Redwood Writers is the largest writing club in California.  We live by & stand by our mission: Writers helping writers.
Finley Community Center
2060 W College Ave, Santa Rosa https://redwoodwriters.org/2022-conference/

Sat, October 8th

Fall Festival - Shone Farm, Forestville

10am-3pm - U Pick Pumpkin & Apples, Kid's Zone,
Sheep Shearing & Wool Spinning, Tractor Show, Farm
Tours & more!

Entrance fee:  $5 per car & tickets are available online.
No dogs, except assistance dogs, are permitted.   A farm stand will highlight Shone Farm fresh seasonal produce
& the tasting room will be open to try the farm’s award-winning,
estate-farmed wines.  Enjoy lunch options featuring Shone grown
ingredients, chili & corn bread made by Food for Thought, Sushi
Shoubu’s food truck & burgers & snacks from the Sebastopol FFA.

7450 Steve Olson Lane, Forestville


Sat, October 8th

Shone Farm Fall Festival - Festival

10am-3pm - Farm activities including u-pick pumpkins & apples, hay bale
rides, children’s activities, farm equipment displays, farm animals & wine
tasting.  Admission: $5/Per Vehicle.

Santa Rosa Junior College’s Shone Farm
7450 Steve Olson Lane, Forestville

Sat, October 8th

Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival

10am-4pm - Wine, beer, food, grape stomping, kids’ activities, artisan
fair, live music & historical reenactments.  Free admission.

6-9pm - Wine Tasting at the Sonoma Barracks; $150.

(707) 935-0803

Sat, October 8th

Full Moon Hike - Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

4:30-9pm - Bring a flashlight & your sense of wonder as you explore the park
after dark. This hike begins at the White Barn & heads up to the
viewpoint on Vista Trail or to Bald Mountain, where we will see the
moon rise over the Mayacamas & the sun set over Sonoma Valley.
The Bald Mountain route is a strenuous 6.5 miles with 1500+ of
vertical & some steep sections (not recommended for under 12).
It leaves the White Barn parking lot at 4:30pm. The Vista Trail route
is a moderate-to-strenuous, 4-mile hike with 700ft of elevation & begins
at 5:30pm. Not recommended for children under 8. Tickets: $10/General,
$5/Students, youth (12-17 year olds), Sugarloaf members & Sugarloaf volunteers.  Be at the meeting location at least 15 minutes prior to the start
of the hike for a prompt departure.  Bring water, snacks & extra layers for the evening.  Parking fees apply.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park https://sugarloafpark.org/event/full-moon-hike-15/?instance_id=21920

Sat, October 8th

Blessing of the Animals - Santa Rosa

10-11:30am - All pets are welcome to attend & receive a blessing.
There will be a pet parade, refreshments for all, music. a St. Francis
of Assisi Medal for each pet & photos taken of owners with their pets.
Pets need to be leashed or crated. donations of pet food for pets in need welcome. You may also just bring picture of your pet for a blessing.

Knox Presbyterian Church
1650 West Third St, Santa Rosa

Sun, October 9th

Glen Ellen Village Fair

12/Noon-5pm - Enjoy an afternoon filled with vendors, food, music,
a parade & general small-town good vibes!
This year's theme:  "The Tradition Continues."




Sun, October 9th

Trione Winery Dinner Under the Stars - Geyserville

5-8pm - Join us in celebrating the end of harvest with a wine & food
paired dinner hosted by the Trione family. We will feature limited production wines & some from the library cellar to be served alongside a coursed menu prepared by local Chef, Tim Vallery of Peloton Culinary.
Price:  $200/Members (up to 6 tickets at member price),
$225/Non-Members. Tax is not included.
Trione Winery 19550 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville
(707) 814-8100 






Sun, October 9th

Northern California Garage Band takes on Climate Change - Monte Rio

3:30pm/Doors Open, 4pm/Show.
Oceanworks Productions presents


A CD Release Concert for the FrankenClime LP


Over the decades, Guerneville resident Jim Ocean has written

an impressive collection of thought-provoking, genre-bending songs
that explore the nuances & quirks of the human animal.

With his new band, he has turned his eye toward the environmental challenges of the day.

With soulful harmonies and a tight, driving rhythm section, the Jim Ocean Band has come out swinging with its debut album, “FrankenClime”.
Featuring concerned, smart lyrics set to a beat, the in-your-face energy
& contagious hooks have audiences dancing, laughing & thinking
all at the same time.  Admission: $20-$35.

Russian River Hall
Monte Rio's Curtain Call Theatre
20347 Hwy 116, Guerneville



Sun, October 9th

Abbie Gabrielson & Carol Anne Bosco at Occidental Center for the Arts

4pm - Since meeting in graduate school at the University of Maryland,
Abbie & Carol Anne have shared a passion for musical collaboration.
Though now located in California & Washington D. C. respectively, they
have developed a bi-coastal project, kicking off with a series of October
shows here in Sonoma County.  Enjoy vibrant classical & contemporary selections by these accomplished young musicians at our acoustic sweet
spot on Bohemian Highway!  Tickets: $25/General, $20/OCA Members. 

Mon, October 10th

Analy Debate Fundraiser - Sebastopol

7pm - The Analy Debate team will host a Town Hall Meeting styled
after a presidential debate where our school board member candidates,
Debbie Ramirez & David Patrick Nagle, will answer a series of questions.
Tickets will be $5/Adults,  $2/Students & Seniors. 
Analy High School Library


Fri, October 14th

Lions Club Polenta & Stew Feed - Santa Rosa

6:-8:30pm - Montgomery Village & Santa Rosa Host
Lions Polenta & Stew Feed.

6pm/Beverage Hour, 7pm/Dinner

Tickets: $20/Adults, Free/Children 12 & under.
Wine & Beer available for sale.  Raffle & Auction.
100% of proceeds are used in our local community service projects.
This service includes, free vision screenings for school children
& the community, eye glasses for those in need, scholarships for local
high school students & SRJC scholarships.  Montgomery Village
& Santa Rosa Host Lions Clubs are dedicated to serving those in need,
in our own community. We believe our community is what we make it.
Our motto "We Serve" means just that. Resurrection Parish
303 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa

*For ADVANCE TICKETS: Please call Chuck:(707) 291-9769

Sat, October 15th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regional
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa

Sat, October 15th

Comedian Jose Sarduy

6:30-8pm - The Laugh Cellar presents: Comedy on the Crush Pad!
Great views, delicious wine & big laughs. Growing up in a hardworking,
quirky Cuban family brought loads of funny moments to Comedian Jose Sarduy. He's performed all over the world.
At this outdoor event picnics are welcome & wine will be available
by the glass & bottle.  Tickets: $32/General Admission.

Deerfield Ranch Winery https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/oct15.html

Sat, October 15th

Sonoma County Harvest Fair - Santa Rosa

1-4pm -  Harvest Fair Wine Tasting

Sonoma County Event Center
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 545-4203


Sat, October 15th

NVC Community Open House -

11am-3pm - Enjoy a day of free family fun & learn about the supportive

learning community at NVC!  This free event is open to all. 
Bring the whole family & discover the NVC campus with a scavenger
hunt - complete yours to win a prize!  Paint our community mural,
get your face painted & other fun art projects!  Food trucks, community
partners & musical performances!  Enjoy our beer & wine garden.
Meet your future professors! Get advice from financial aid, counseling,
Basic Needs Center, & all our departments.
Apply to NVC & so much more!- Napa Valley College https://bit.ly/3y4rH1t

Sat, October 15th

Pasta Dinner with Singing - Windsor

5:30-7:30pm - Catering by Pasta King.
Spaghetti w/ Marinara Sauce, Spaghetti w/ Pesto, Caesar Salad,
Garlic Bread, Complimentary Beverages & Desserts.

Tickets: $25/Adults, $15/Kids 11 & under.

Seating limited, order tickets today!
Windsor Grange
9161 Starr Rd., Windsor


Sat, October 15th

Heartwood Crossing at Occidental Center

8pm - Enjoy an evening of amazing harmonies & uplifting,
energizing music! Treat yourself to Americana at its finest.
This talented local group is sure to include some of your favorite
tunes & thrill you with their originals. Heartwood Crossing is Emily Lois,
Dan Ransford, Tim Sheehan, Dave Monterey, Jon Berger & Daniel Magee. Tickets: $25/General, $20/OCA Members.


Sun, October 16th

Healdsburg Crush

12/Noon-4pm - Join us for the ONLY wine tasting event that takes place on the Healdsburg Plaza!  Along with approximately 65 premium wineries, we invite you to come spend the day enjoying some of the best Pinot Noir, Chardonnay & Sparkling Wines the West Coast has to offer. There will also
be food from local vendors, live music & a silent auction.  Healdsburg Crush
is one of the most significant fundraising events for Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin, which provides life-changing programs to over 10,000 kids every year in Sonoma & Marin Counties. This year, 100% of the proceeds from the event will directly benefit these kids. Please note, this event is for guests ages 21+ only.  No children, strollers, or pets will be allowed in the plaza.

Healdsburg Plaza https://www.bgcsonoma-marin.org/crushtickets

Wed, October 19th
Sun, December 11th

SRJC Music Fall Concerts & Recitals - Santa Rosa

For complete schedule:

(707) 527-4229



Fri, October 21st
Sun, October 23rd

Harvest Tidrick Celebration - Anderson Valley

The Anderson Valley Harvest Tidrick celebrates the deep agricultural roots

& rich history of the region. The weekend kicks off Friday with a Boucherie
Pig Roast & festivities continue throughout the weekend, with 27 local
wineries signed on to participate. 


Sat, October 22nd
Thu, September 22nd

Laugher Matters - A FUNdraiser - Rohnert Park

The funds we raise will support Community Matters' vital programs

that bolster school safety, foster empathy & prevent rising incidents of mistreatment & bullying on school campuses.  Early bird (discounted)
tickets available through 9/22/22. VIP entry (includes dinner before
the show): 6pm.  General Admission: 7pm.

Sally Tomaotes
1100 Valley House Dr, Rohnert Park http://www.community-matters.org


Sat, October 22nd
Sat, November 12th

Fall Plant Sale Dates - Santa Rosa

SATURDAYS from 9am-2pm ~ Oct. 22, Nov. 12

Cash or check only please.  No veggies.  Rain does not cancel.
We have been so busy in the nursery caring for existing plants
& procuring & potting up new ones.
We are excited to get many new young natives (& still quite small)
such as: Grindelia stricta, Potentilla gracilis, Salvia apiana, Erigonium
grande, rubescens, Heuchera maxima.
Willowside School Nursery
5285 Hall Rd., Santa Rosa


Sat, October 22nd

Floating Pumpkin Patch

1:30-3:30pm AND 3:45-5:45pm.

Includes games, activities, crafts & open swim time.
Tickets: $12/Adult, Free/Kids 2 & under.
455 Ridgway Ave., Santa Rosa

(707) 543-3421


Sat, October 22nd
Sat, October 29th

Pumpkins on Pikes - Petaluma

Held on October 22 AND October 29 from 2-10pm.
Enjoy an evening of Pumpkin Carving, Live Music & Straw Maze Fun.

Tara Firma Farms

(707) 765-1202



Sat, October 22nd

Yoga Hike

10am-1pm - TYoga Hike balances a mix of easy hiking & gentle yoga postures, breath work & guided meditation, no mat necessary.
Please wear weather-appropriate clothing to feel comfortable being in a natural setting & bring water (as needed). Route varies on weather
conditions & group interest that typically covers 2-3 miles of varied terrain. Tickets:  $30 & includes parking if registered in advance online.
All levels & ages welcome.  Meet outside the Visitors Center unless
otherwise noted in confirmation email prior to the hike.  Limited to 12 participants.  Sonoma County Resident? Free with a September 2022 or newer ParkRx from a participating Sonoma County Medical Provider.

 Sugarloaf Ridge State Park https://sugarloafpark.org/event/yoga-hike-2/?instance_id=21883

Sun, October 23rd

Symphony 'Spooktacular' S.R. 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, October 23rd

22nd Pumpkin Jamboree - Windsor

9:30am-12:30pm - Kidz Dig it Pumpkin Decorating,
Build a Scarecrow, Costume Parade at 11am South End of Market.
WHS Pumpkin Bake Sale, Oops the Clown, Country Games.



Sun, October 23rd

Cloverdale Kiwanis Vineyard Races

5K ~ 10K ~ Half Marathon.

Long sleeve tech shirts & finishers' Medales for all participants,
Half Marathon runners receive a commemorative stemless wine glass,
Awards for top 3 finishers Male & Female for each race,
Special recognition for top age group finishers in Half Marathon.

Tue, October 25th
Wed, October 26th

Chipotle Dine & Donate BGCSR Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

Beginning on Oct., 25 at 5pm & runs through Oct., 26, @ 9pm. Proceeds of this fundraiser will go to the Boys & Girls Club of Great
Santa Rosa to help fund the construction of our new building & teen center.
We offer a safe space for kids ages ranging from 5-18 years old to come afterschool & participate in our amazing programs.  With support from our community, we can continue to build great futures for the youth in Santa Rosa. Chipolte
336A Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa
(707) 521-0012



Fri, October 28th
Sun, October 30th

FUNtazmagoria - A Spooky NOT Scary Event - Santa Rosa

3-8pm - Oct., 28, 29 & 30.

Our Mad Scientist Lab will be a walk through experience with potions,
creepy crittersm & electric exploration.  Located in the Dow Event Center
be sure to greet our Mad Scientist as you pass through!  The Ghostly
Glow-In-The-Dark Lab will be outfitted with everything Glow in the Dark
Spider webs, ghostly shapes & slime will all change form in varying lights.
We will also have themed programing each day to enhance your spooky experience.  Admission Fees apply.

Children's Museum of Sonoma County 

1835 West Steele Lane, Santa Rosa

(707) 546-4069

Fri, October 28th
Sun, October 30th

Gem Faire - Santa Rosa

Fine jewelry, crystals, precious & semi-precious gemstones,

millions of beads, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturers prices.  Buy direct from the importers & wholesalers. Jewelry repair
& cleaning while you shop.


Hours:  Fri. 12pm-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 10am-5pm
(no admittance after 4pm Sunday).  Admission:  $7/Weekend Pass. Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa
(503) 252-8300


Sat, October 29th

HalloWine Run

7:30am - 12/Noon -Half marathon & 5k returns with a new course & beneficiary
(The Hall Steps Foundation). The race starts in downtown Healdsburg
& runs through the Dry Creek Valley, finishing at Orsi Family Vineyards
for our trademark Wine & Music Festival & costume contest!

Warm Springs Recreation Area
3333 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville


Sat, October 29th

Black Hatter's Samhain Ball - Sebastopol

6-10pm -  World-class entertainment, transcendent culinary delights,
& magic will be yours to indulge in as you revel in the sights,
sounds & flavors of the witchiest party of the year! Arrive dressed
in your finest black-tie attire, best bewitching ballgowns,
fancy fantasy formals, glamorous gothic gowns, sultry steampunk suits,
let your inner magic come alive.  Meet & Mingle with other like-minded members of our community.  Enjoy a transcendent culinary delight
& open bar.  Lose yourself in aerial performances & other entertainment.

Sway & dance with music. Have your fortunes told or a reading by
visiting our Diviner's gallery area.  Find a treasure at our silent auction.
All proceeds will go to the RRBHS to help continue to put on other
community events.  All spiritual paths are welcome with the full knowledge
that this will have heavy witchy undertones. This is an Adult Only event
- must be 18+. 

Blue Ridge Kitchen
6770 McKinley St Ste 150, Sebastopol

Sat, October 29th

Occidental Halloween Party with Thugz & Electric Tumbleweed!

7-11pm - Join us for this fun & festive dance party celebrating
Halloween in Occidental
with 2 popular local bands. Suit Up!
There’s a costume contest to boot! Doors open at 6:30pm.
Tickets: $30/General, $25/OCA Members.

Sat, October 29th

Windsor Dia de los Muertos 2022 - Regrowing Our Roots

4-9pm - All are welcome at this free, family-friendly , alcohol-free
celebration honoring past generations now among
"Los Muertos" - The Dead.
Enjoy an afternoon of free children's activities under a tent
on the Green (including the popular Sugar Skull workshop
& free face painting), a Lowrider Car Show on Market Street
& plenty of vendors selling  Latino foods, arts & crafts & free music. 
Dance, musical performances, food & crafts sales continue from 5-9pm. 
As the sun sets at 6pm traditional blessing dances from Sonoma
County Pomo Dancers & Danza Xantotl de Santa Rosa will open
an evening of Latino heritage arts including performances by the Luther Burbank Center's Youth Mariachi Orchestra, Sonoma County troupe Ballet Folklorico Jazmin & a performance by a Oaxacan Ballet Folklorico troupe.  Bring beach & camp chairs to set up
on the Town Green to enjoy the music, dance, food and fun. Windsor Town Green https://www.diademuertoswindsor.org/2022events  

Sat, October 29th

A Spooky Autumn Hike with Naturalist John Lynch

9:30am-1pm -  A 3 mile, 2.5 hour hike from Creekside to Hillside & back through the meadow exploring this very special season.  With Halloween around the corner, we might just discover flying saucer galls, zombie leaves, plants that have been skeletonized, or even some ghostly sheet web spiders. Have the bats been using their bat house, let's find out.  We'll also see if we can identify some of the treats of the season (seeds, nuts & berries) & the plants that produce them.  Meet at the White Barn parking lot.
Tickets: $15/General, $7.50/Students, youth (12-17 year-olds),
Sugarloaf members, or Sugarloaf volunteers.  Free/Children under 12.
Bring plenty of water, sun protection, wear appropriate clothing
& footwear for slippery & rocky trails & if desired, a snack.
Parking fees apply.  Heavy rains cancel.  Ease of access: this hike is not accessible by stroller or w heelchair. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park https://sugarloafpark.org/event/a-spooky-autumn-hike-with-naturalist-john-lynch/?instance_id=21919  

Sun, October 30th

Fall Colors Festival & Car Show - Geyserville

The day begins with a Pancake Breakfast.
10am - Vendors & Car Show.

Visit the Food Boths & Silent Auction Booths.
Downtown Geyserville

Mon, October 31st

Trick or Treat Cotati Candy Land

The Cotati Chamber will be at La Plaza Park passing out Candy
to Trick or Treaters.  Come by our booth & show us your costume

La Plaza Park, Cotati

Fri, November 4th
Sun, November 6th

Sonoma County Holiday & Home Show

10am-5pm - November 4-6, 2022.

Sonoma County Event Center @ the Fairgrounds

1350 Bennett Valley Dr., Santa Rosa

Fri, November 4th
Sun, November 6th

Arts & Crafts Show - Marin

150 Exhibits, Jewelry, Clothing, Art, Decor & Ceramics.
Free Admission & Parking.

Marin Center Exhibit Hall



Sat, November 5th
Sun, March 5th

From East to Zest -

On view November 5, 2022-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

Sat, November 5th
Fri, December 30th

The California Trail - Sonoma Botanical Garden

Opens November 5, 2022 The Garden’s fascinating, new California Trail leads visitors through the property’s southernmost section, a 22-acre California native oak savanna adjacent to its historic Asian woodland.   The California property was added to the Garden in 1998 & is remarkable
for its oak woodland & oak savanna plant communities. Visitors will be invited to enjoy & observe as Garden staff employ ecological-restoration techniques over the next several years to create space for the existing native seedbank
to germinate & establish populations throughout the ecosystem. Near structures & in more disturbed areas, rare and unique California native
plants will be planted to highlight sustainable, habitat-focused & ecologically conscious garden practices.

Sonoma Botanical Garden 12841 Hwy 12, Glen Ellen
(707) 996-3166

Sat, November 5th
Sun, November 6th

Food & Wine Affair - Sonoma County

11am-4pm - Both Days.
An incredible Weekend of Food & Wine Pairings at 40+ Wineries.
No Tickets sold at the door.  Advance Purchase ONLY.
No Winery Reservations ~ Just an Event Ticket.


Sun, November 6th

Clover Sonoma Family Fun Series: Doktor Kaboom! - Santa Rosa

3-5pm - The original Doktor Kaboom! Show, in which the good Doktor
takes his audience on an educational tour of the modern scientific method, using humor & comedy while demonstrating spectacular applications of the physical sciences.  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 family's 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/doktor-kaboom/

Sun, November 6th

How to Successfully Fail in Hollywood - New Local Film! - Rohnert Park

4-6:30pm -  A witty, poignant film about friends, fantasies & fails.
An ode to struggling artists trying to make it against all odds,
on their terms, while navigating truth, fantasy & identity in outrageous Tinseltown. Ellie (C.M. Conway) is a bottom-feeder actress at the end
of her rope in Hollywood, when a life-changing event happens with her
gay, Latinx friend, Ben (Adrian Gilbert). A surreal twist unfolds with
comedic results, as she unwittingly becomes the key to a new take on Tinseltown where failure is the star.

Q&A with filmmaker C.M. Conway after the screening.
Also, fun photo ops and attendees have a chance to win gifts & prizes. Admission is free, but a $5 donation is suggested to support the Institute. SONOMA FILM INSTITUTE
Sonoma State University 1801 E. Cotati Avenue Rohnert Park https://www.sonoma.edu/calendar/sonoma-film-institute-how-successfully-fail-hollywood

Fri, November 11th
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:
11/11/22 - Effective Communication Strategies,
1/13/23 - Understanding & Responding to Dementia-Related Behavior,

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, November 12th

20th Anniversary Sonoma County Bluegrass & Folk Music Festival

12/Noon - Doors Open, 1pm/Festival Begins.
Featuring:  Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Jack Mitchell, California Bluegrass
Reunion, Rita Hosking & Cowboy Scott Gerber.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511

Sat, November 19th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regional
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa

Sat, November 19th

(Mountain) Lions, (Centipede) Tigers and (Black) Bears

10am-1pm - Join Certified California Naturalist John Lynch on a 4.1 miles, 3-hour hike from Lower Bald Mountain Trail over to the Vista Trail down
to & back on Meadow Trail.  For this hike we need to sharpen our senses
 & put on our deerstalker caps. Tickets: $15/General, $7.50/Students,
youth (12-17 year-olds), Sugarloaf members, or Sugarloaf volunteers. Free/Children under 12.  Meet at the main lot.  Bring plenty of water,
sun protection, wear appropriate clothing & footwear for slippery
& rocky trails & if desired, a snack.  Parking fees apply.  Heavy rains cancel. Ease of access: this hike is not accessible by wheelchair or stroller.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park https://sugarloafpark.org/event/mountain-lions-centipede-tigers-and-black-bears-the-animals-of-sugarloaf-with-naturalist-john-lynch/?instance_id=21921

Sun, November 20th

Thanksgiving Tasting Feast - Windsor

9:30am-12:30pm - Holiday Meal ideas with ingredients
& recipes from the Market.  Tastings start at 11:30am.


Thu, November 24th

5K Turkey Trot - Healdsburg

8am - Start/Finish
Healdsburg Running Company
333 Center St., Healdsburg

Fri, November 25th
Sun, December 25th

Cirque de Boheme Presents GYPSY - Sonoma

Shows Daily at 1pm, 3pm & 5pm ~ Circus Holiday Spectacular
An old style Circus based on the French traditions of the 1920's.
November: 25, 26, 27
December: 3, 4,10, 11, 17,18, 24, 25.
Tickets:  $39/Adults, $29/kids (15 or younger)

Cornerstone Sonoma
23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma

Thu, December 1st

Dining Out For Life - Sonoma County

A 1-day, Sonoma County dine-and-donate event, which raises funds
for Food For Thought.  Dozens of restaurants across the county
partner with Food For Thought, help promote the event & donate 25%-100% of their sales to the organization.  Food For Thought
uses the funds raised to provide food & nutrition support to people
in our community living with HIV.


Fri, December 2nd

Elvin Bishop - Healdsburg

7:30pm - A legendary blues guitarist, songwriter & singer,
Elvin Bishop is as vital & creative an artist today as he was when
he first hit the national scene in 1965 with The Paul Butterfield Blues
Ban — & still as slyly good-humored & crowd-pleasing as he was
when he was effortlessly creating solo hits during the 1970s.
This is a show you won't want to miss!

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to attend this show. Go to:
to get a scannable record of your vaccination status on your smartphone.

Tickets: $40/Adult.
Raven Performing Arts Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg

Sun, December 4th

Windsor Certified Farmers Market - Last one of the2022 Season

9:30am-12:30pm - Community Stone Soup ready by 11:30am,
bring a veggie to throw in the pots.


Fri, December 9th
Sun, December 11th

2022 Sebastopol Holiday Home Tour & Artisan Boutique

Spend a delightful winter's day touring 5 decorated homes & historic
school in & around scenic Sebastopol, in the heart of Sonoma County
wine country.  Each location displays holiday spirit in its own unique way, showcasing collections & family traditions.

Artisan Boutique offers dozens of local Sonoma County artists & crafters. Boutique is free. Tour ticket:  $10-$45.  Proceeds benefit scholarship fund
at Pleasant Hill Christian School, Sebastopol. 


Tour Friday, Dec. 9, 2022 (ticket also includes Saturday)
Day Tour Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022
Tour in & around Sebastopol, CA. Western Sonoma County.


Artisan Boutique Dec. 9-11.
More than 25 local vendors (see website for more vendor info)
Free all weekend at Pleasant Hill Ch ristian School

Boutique Hours: Friday 5-9pm; Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 10am-4pm.
Pleasant Hill Christian School
1782 Pleasant Hill Rd. Sebastopol http://sebastopolholidayhometour.com

Fri, December 16th

8th Annual Blanket Drive - Santa Rosa

10am-2pm - Our very own Hometown Hero & 2022 Merit Award Honoree,
Ian Rich will be there collecting your new & gently used & freshly
washed blankets. 733 Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa https://operationblanket.com  

Sat, December 17th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

9am-3pm - EVERY 3rd Saturday of the Month.
outdoor shopping experience featuring 40+ local & regional
vintage & antique sellers, crafters & artists along with food trucks & music.
Free admission & parking.
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, Bldg 100, Napa

Sun, January 15th

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

Sat, January 28th

The Highwayman Show - Petaluma

8:30pm - A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson,
Waylon Jennings & Kris Kristofferson.

Tickets: $34 & may be purchased online.
or at the McNears Restaurant bar, which is next to Mystic,
within 3 weeks of the show.  The Show is 21+.
Mystic Theatre
23 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma https://www.ticketweb.com/event/the-highwayman-show-tribute-mystic-theatre-tickets/12527595

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/

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.

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/

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

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 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.


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