Calendar

 

Thu, April 18th
thru
Mon, May 27th

Volunteers needed - Council on Aging, Santa Rosa

The Council on Aging/Meals on Wheels is looking for volunteers to help
create a garden outside its commercial kitchen in Santa Rosa.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years old.
http://pdne.ws/3vLRuOc
(707) 525-0143 x 121


Thu, April 18th
thru
Fri, May 10th

Inclusion Festival help needed

The Inclusion Festival taking place May 11th (a non-profit music & arts event) at the Petaluma Community Center,
is looking for volunteers to help with parking, assist at the face painting
station & more.  Volunteers must be at least 10 years old with adult
supervision to particiapate.  Without supervision, volunteers must be at
least 18 years old.
To see what positions are available & to sign up for shifts, got to:
http://signup.com/go/qqJSJEv


Thu, April 18th
thru
Mon, April 29th

Applications for the 2024-2025 Civil Grand Jury Are NOW Open

The Sonoma County Civil Grand Jury (CGJ) is an independent
institution with the principal function of overseeing all aspects of county,
special districts & city governments in the County to ensure that the best
interests of its residents are being served.  The 19 Grand Jury members are
selected annually from applications submitted by County residents to serve
a 1 year term.  Application Deadline:  April 29, 2024.


Sonoma County Superior Court judges interview & nominate prospective
Grand Jurors from the submitted applications.  Application forms may be
obtained at the Sonoma County Superior Court online at:
http://sonoma.courts.ca.gov/general-information/grand-jury


Thu, April 18th
thru
Tue, April 30th

Windsor Wheels needs Drivers

Windsor Wheels provide free rides for homebound seniors.  The mission
of the program is to reduce isolation & increase overall wellness in the
local senior population.
Volunteers drive seniors to their medical & social/recreational appointments
& food shopping.  Volunteers must be at least 18 years old to participate.

http://pdne.ws/vbh7qS


Thu, April 18th
thru
Mon, June 24th

Youth Summer Art Camp 2024 - Sebastopol

Arts + Sustainability - Agest 8-12.
Monday-Friday, June 24-July 12, 2024 (No Class July 4-5), 9am-4pm.
Campers will learn how to waste management can inspire ways to
creatively reduce, reuse & recycle.  Identify resources, develop motor
skills & think with an eco-friendly mindset.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S.High St., Sebastopol
https://www.sebarts.org/


Thu, April 18th
thru
Sat, August 31st

Ribbit Exhibit at Sonoma Botanical Garden, Glen Ellen

9am-4pm daily, closed Tuesdays.
A whimsical, family-friendly presentation of 22 larger-than-life
frog characters placed in vignettes throughout the Garden.
Each with their own name & story, the charming garden sculptures are ribbet-ing.
All of the sculptures by the North Carolina-based Cobb are handcrafted from copper, colored with natural patina. Visitors will find them perched in trees, playing jazz,
enjoying a cup of coffee on a garden bench & more.

A robust roster of activities such as guided tours, live music, family scavenger
hunts & family fun days are planned while the exhibit is on view.
Free with admission into the Garden.
12841 Sonoma Hwy., Glen Ellen
 

Website: https://support.sonomabg.org/pages/calendar


Thu, April 18th
thru
Wed, May 1st

Human Race Volunteers Needed - Santa Rosa

The Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership is looking for volunteers
for the Sonoma County Human Race May 4th in Santa Rosa.
The Human Race is the largest community-driven 5K fundraising event
in the county & raises money for local nonprofits.
Volunteers must be at least 15 years old to participate.
http://pdne.ws/3OF538h


Thu, April 18th
thru
Tue, April 30th

By the Water, Under the Moon - Art Exhibit at Corrick's, Santa Rosa

A new exhibit of painting & printmaking, featuring 2 Art Trails veterans:
Tim Haworth & Barbara Kelley!
Exhibit runs through April 30, 2024.
637 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
https://www.facebook.com/events/943622353840570/


Fri, April 19th
thru
Tue, April 30th

Sebastopol Center for the Arts

Check out what's happening at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts.
https://www.sebarts.org/


Fri, April 19th
thru
Fri, June 28th

Read On Sonoma County

The Accelerated Reader Program through Renaissance Learning
is the tool we use to practice & support reading in our Classrooms.
Students are able to choose to read a book or article that is of interest
to them.  A reading level & goal are set for each student based on where
they are as readers.  When a student completes a reading, they take
a short quiz to monitor comprehension.  Based on their score, students
are given points toward their individual goal.  At the end of each trimester,
incentives & celebrations are available for students who meet their goals.
Progress is monitored through a diagnostic benchmark, STAR Reading,
taken 3 times a year.

For more information:
https://readonsonoma.org/


Fri, April 19th
thru
Sun, May 12th

Private Space: Movement through Vulnerability - Petaluma

Show runs through May 12, 2024.
A collaborative exhibition/installation of painted vinyl & abstract paintings
by Petaluma artists Lucas Addleman & Taylor Mancini. This exhibition explores
the themes of anxiety, gravity, perseverance, confidence, contentment, anticipation
& desire. The show contains individual works & collaborative pieces created
specifically fomr Usher Gallery.
Usher Gallery
1 Petaluma Blvd., North, Petaluma
https://ushergallerypetaluma.com/


Sat, April 20th
thru
Sun, October 27th

Mother Garden Nursery at Occidental Arts & Ecology Center

OPEN  - 10am-5pm - April - October,  SATURDAY - SUNDAY.
A non-profit nursery featuring unique varieties of perennial food crops,
medicinal & culinary herbs, drought tolerant ornamentals, & CA native plants.
Free tour of the gardens 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month at 1pm.
15290 Coleman Valley Rd., Occidental
upper parking lot
(707) 874-1557

https://nursery.oaec.org/


Sat, April 20th
thru
Sat, December 21st

Healdsburg Farmers Market

8:30am-12/Noon - EVERY SATURDAY - Featuring a wide variety of fruits
& vegetables, as well as Flowers, Cheeses, Honey, Olive Oil, Bread, Wild Fish,
Pasture-Finished Meat & Eggs, the Market celebrates the agricultural heritage
of this beautiful are.  We also have delicious cooked food, packaged food
product & beautiful handmade crafts.
West Plaza Parking Lot
(1 Block of the Plaza), Healdsburg


Sat, April 20th
thru
Sat, January 4th

Farmers Market - Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa

8:30am-1pm- SATURDAYS ~ YEAR ROUND.
With over 50 vendors & ample parking.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Spring Rd., Santa Rosa
https://thesantarosafarmersmarket.com/locations/


 


Sat, April 20th
thru
Sat, May 25th

Young Voices Concert Series, sponsored by the Haug-Noble family - Sebastopol

A series of 6 concerts featuring musical performances by middle school,
high school & college students.
Immerse yourself in a symphony of talent & passion at the Sebastopol
Center for the Arts, where the vibrant notes of the Young Voices Concert
Series echo the boundless creativity of the next generation. This extraordinary
musical journey invites you to witness the power & brilliance of emerging young
artists, as they take center stage to redefine the very essence of harmony.

The Young Voices Concert Series is not just a performance;
it's a celebration of the artistic brilliance that awaits on the horizon.

The Line Up:
April 20 -  2pm - Hillcrest Middle School + Analy High School Jazz Bands,
May 4 - 2pm - Play It Forward Music Foundation Pop + Classic Rock,
May 18 - 2pm - Sebastopol Charter School + Analy High School String orchestra,
May 25 - 2pm - Windsor High School + Analy High School String Orchestra.

282 S. High St., Sebastopol
https://engage.sebarts.org/event/young-voices-concert-series/e560436

 


Sun, April 21st
thru
Sun, July 28th

Join the Santa Rosa Phoenix Power Soccer Team

SUNDAYS, 12:30-2:30pm - Meet new friends, learn new skills,
practice collaboration & team building & have FUN!
Sonoma County YMCA
1111 College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 480-1090 or  (707) 328-1515
http://powersoccerUSA.org

 


Tue, April 23rd

Full Moon Hike - Kenwood

5:45-9:30pm - 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 top of Bald Mountain, where we will see the moon rise over the Mayacamas & the sun set over Sonoma Valley.
Admission: $5-$10.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sonomaecologycenter.org/events/action~agenda/page_offset~1/request_format~html/
 


Tue, April 23rd
thru
Tue, September 24th

Farmers Market - Cloverdale

3-6pm - Every TUESDAY - A collaboration between local farmers,
food purveyors & craftspeople committed to building a vibrant
& fun Market community for us all to enjoy. 
Downtown Plaza, Cloverdale
https://thesantarosafarmersmarket.com/


Tue, April 23rd
thru
Tue, September 24th

Year-Round Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Petaluma

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


Wed, April 24th
thru
Thu, October 17th

Volunteer for NAMIWalks Event - Howarth Park, Santa Rosa

The National Alliance on Mental Illness is seeking volunteers for its
October 19 NAMIWalks Fundraiser at Howarth Park & Spring Lake in
Santa Rosa.  Duties include placing signs, greeting participants,
assisting with the refreshment table & passing out water to walkers.
Volunteers must be at least 15 year old to participate.
(707) 80-3876
http://pdne.ws/4azbIJI


Fri, April 26th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Open Hearts.
$5/Cover Charge.
Every Friday in the Barrel Room
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com/


Fri, April 26th

Ribbon cutting & Facility Dedication Ceremonty - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-4pm - Please join us for the unveiling & dedication ceremony of the
Dr. Sushma D. Taylor Recovery Center, a vital new establishment in the battle
against substance use disorder in Sonoma County.
Seating is limited, please RSVP.
790 Sonoma Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 387-1385
https://www.cpdaac.org


Fri, April 26th

10th Anniversary Time to Wonder - 2024 Gala - Santa Rosa

6-9:30pm - New Dino Dental Lab Exhibits Sneak Peek!
Live Entertainment & Wine Tasting,
Auction with Vacation Packages,
Dinnery by Park Avenue Catering.

Children's Museum of Sonoma County
1835 West Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-4069
https://www.cmosc.org/event/10th-anniversary-time-to-wonder-gala/
 


Fri, April 26th
thru
Sun, May 5th

A Theater for Children Offers “Environmental” Theater with a Community Impact - Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa’s A Theater For Children is celebrating Earth Day
by offering children a fun & educational opportunity to enjoy
a live musical theater production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR
&
to participate in the creation of a temporary mural inspired by local
ecology at each show.  Art materials will be provided and kids are
encouraged to attend dressed up like mermaids or water creatures.
There are 8 show times April 26th - May 5th in the historic theatre
at Kid Street Charter School near Railroad Square in Santa Rosa.
Tickets: $7.
http://atheaterforchildren.com


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sat, May 4th

Coopmania III - Taco Fest & Lucha Libre Pro Wrestling - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-10pm - You won't want to miss this epic day filled with delicious
tacos, thrilling pro wrestling & fantastic live music.

12/Noon - Taco Fest - Come out & vote for your favorite taco, sample
some hot sauce, chow down on churros & chamoy treats & wash
it down with a delicious michelada from the Cooplanda bar.

3:30-6pm - Get ready for some high-flying action as professional
Wrestlers take the stage.
 

This year we are proud to support Hijas del Campo, a local
non-profit organization dedicated to helping migrant & seasonal
farmworkers & their families.
Tickets: $5/Adults, Free/Children.
100% of the proceeds going to this cause.
Cooperage Brewing Company
981 Airway Ct., Santa Rosa
https://www.simpletix.com/e/coopmania-iii-taco-fest-lucha-libre-pro-wr-tickets-163594#smtx-click

 


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sun, April 28th

Sonoma/North Bay Home Expo - Santa Rosa

Hours: 9am-6pm.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
http://sonoma/northbayhomeexpo
 


Sat, April 27th

Butterfly Walk (2024 CNC Weekend) - Kenwood

12:30-1:30pm - Community scientists John Hibbard & Alex Weishaar
lead this easy-to-moderate 2-mile butterfly walk as part of 2024’s City
Nature Challenge. We will encourage butterfly & bug photography; cameras,
binoculars, hand lenses & field guides are recommended. Stop by the greenhouse (across from the White Barn) between 11am-12/Noon prior to the walk
for everything butterfly-related.

Meet at the White Barn for the walk. Tickets: $5/Adults & free for children under 18. Wear comfortable shoes, sun protection, bring at least a quart of water, a fully-charged battery on your mobile device, butterfly identification guides (if you have them), and if desired, a snack. Parking fees apply; rains cancel.

The 2024 City Nature Challenge runs from April 26 to 29. It’s a bioblitz-style friendly competition where cities are in a contest against each other to see who can make
the most observations of nature, who can find the most species & who can engage
the most people.
Participants of any level of experience can help find, photograph, record, and/or
identify life in the park. Smartphones with the iNaturalist app will be our main tool,
but those lacking phones are also welcome to participate. If you haven’t used iNaturalist, or haven’t made an observation for a while, this is your chance – just
make sure to load the iNaturalist app on your phone before you arrive.
This event is part of the Challenge along with other events scheduled
from April 26-29.
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sugarloafpark.org/event/butterfly-walk-2024-cnc-weekend/?instance_id=30852
 


Sat, April 27th

Chop''s Teen Club's Adult Prom - Santa Rosa

7-10pm - Chop's is kicking off Prom season with an adults-only Prom night!
It's your chance to relive or re-do your own prom; take someone better or just
go with friends to a 21 & over event. Pick your favorite era & get your best prom
attire on for an evening of dancing, libations & snacks, silent auction, raffle/
& more!  We'll crown a royal couple, take prom photos & dance the night away
Chop's Teen Club
509 Adams St., Santa Rosa
https://www.chopsteenclub.org


Sat, April 27th

Butterfly Walk (2024 CNC Weekend), Kenwood

12:30-1:30pm - Community scientists John Hibbard & Alex Weishaar
lead this easy-to-moderate 2-mile butterfly walk as part of 2024’s
City Nature Challenge. We will encourage butterfly & bug photography;
cameras, binoculars, hand lenses & field guides are recommended.
Stop by the greenhouse (across from the White Barn)
between 11am-12/Noon prior to the walk for everything butterfly-related.

Meet at the White Barn for the walk. Tickets: $5/Adults, free/children under 18.
Wear comfortable shoes, sun protection, bring at least a quart of water,
a fully-charged battery on your mobile device, butterfly identification guides
(if you have them), and if desired, a snack. Parking fees apply; rains cancel.

Participants of any level of experience can help find, photograph, record,
and/or identify life in the park. Smartphones with the iNaturalist app
will be our main tool, but those lacking phones are also welcome to participate.
If you haven’t used iNaturalist, or haven’t made an observation for a while,
this is your chance – just make sure to load the iNaturalist app on your phone
before you arrive.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sugarloafpark.org/event/butterfly-walk-2024-cnc-weekend/?instance_id=36817

 

 


Sat, April 27th

Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk - Kenwood

10am-1pm - Join Certified California Naturalist Mary Good on a hike
exploring the medicinal & edible plants of the park. Weaving in natural history, ethnobotany, herbalism & folktales, this walk will open your senses, as well as your curiosity to the abundance of plantlore in Sonoma County.
$15 - $20, discounts for students, children 12 & under free
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sugarloafpark.org/event/edible-medicinal-plant-walk/?instance_id=30816


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sun, April 28th

Apple Blossom Parade & Festival - Sebastopol

This year's theme:  "Blossoms in Wonderland."
The event features a parade, food, arts & crafts & more!
7400 Willow St., Sebastopol
http://appleblossom-fest.com


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sun, April 28th

2024 Spring Iris Show & Sale - Santa Rosa

"50 Years and going STRONG."
IRIS Sale - Saturday, 4/27 - 1-5pm AND Sunday, 4/28 - 10am-4pm.
Free Admission.
Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center
2050 Yulupa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://www.santarosairis.org/

 


Sun, April 28th

Annual Antique Faire - Petaluma

8am-4pm - Anitque & collectible lovers throughout the Bay Area are welcome
to come, browse & shop the 38th Annual Petaluma Antique Faire ~ set in one
delightful & relaxing setting of Downtown Petaluma.  Admission is free.

 

Historic Downtown Petaluma, will transform into an antique marketplace. 
Amid the beautiful historic buildings, one-of-a-kind stores & an incredible
array of restaurants & cafes, guests can find an incomparable selection
of affordable antiques from over 200 dealers.  The show has a nice variety
of estate jewelry, linens, furniture, art, kitchenware, vintage décor, books
& all kinds of unusual collectibles to suit everyone's budget.
This show attracts over 8,000 discerning collectors as well as first-time
buyers wishing to collect & invest in real antiques.
10-50 Western Ave, Petaluma
https://petalumadowntown.com/antique-show

 

 

 


Sun, April 28th

Reptile Hike (2024 CNC Weekend) - Kenwood

11am-1pm - Join Galen & Rachel Freed in this easy 2-mile hike in search of snakes, lizards & other wildlife. We’ll start off with a presentation inside the Robert Ferguson Observatory classroom & then hike Lower Bald & Creekside Trails, whose habitats
is preferred by these species.
Meet at the White Barn parking lot. Tickets: $5-$10 sliding scale for adults
& free for children under 12.  Wear sun protection& comfortable shoes,
bring at least a quart of water & if desired, a snack. Rains cancel. Parking fees apply.

Participants of any level of experience can help find, photograph, record, and/or
identify life in the park. Smartphones with the iNaturalist app will be our main tool,
but those lacking phones are also welcome to participate. If you haven’t used iNaturalist, or haven’t made an observation for a while, this is your chance – just make sure to load the iNaturalist app on your phone before you arrive.
This event is part of the Challenge along with other events scheduled: April 26-29.
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sugarloafpark.org/event/reptile-hike-2024-cnc-weekend/?instance_id=30857
 


Sun, April 28th

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series, Exploring Beethoven’s 5th with FLC - Santa Rosa

3pm - Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo one hour prior
to the concert at 2pm.  Meet & Greet with Francesco Lecce-Chong
& Joseph Edelberg immediately following the concert.
TICKETS:  $20/Adult, $10 child (12 & under)
Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University
(707) 546-8742

http://srsymphony.org


Sun, April 28th

Petaluma Anitque Faire

8am-4pm - Historic Downtown Petaluma will transform into an antique
marketplace.  Amid the beautiful historic buildings, unique stores & an array
of restaurants & cafes, guests can seek treasures & affordable antiques from
over 200 dealers. The show features a variety of estate jewelry, linens, furniture,
art, kitchenware, vintage décor, books & all kinds of unusual collectibles to suit
everyone’s budget.  Admission is free.
Located on Kentucky Street, Fourth Street, in the A Street
Parking Lot & Western Ave., Petaluma


Sun, April 28th

Spring Forward for Will Durst - Sonoma

5pm - Benefit show for the Bay Area comedy legend. 
Performers include Johnny Steele, Geoff Bolt, Dan St. Paul & the Dick Bright Band.
Tickets: $20-$25.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St. E., Sonoma
(707) 996-9756
http://sebastianitheatre.com


Mon, April 29th
thru
Mon, June 24th

Museum Mondays For Little Ones - Santa Rosa

This event occurs on the LAST MONDAY of EVERY MONTH.

 

 

 

Cost: $10/Per Child, Free for up to 2 Adults per child before 11am.
Regular Museum admission applies thereafter.
Free to Memebers with Family level membership & higher.
Designed especially for children ages 1-5 & their caregivers,
Museum Mondays features storeies, crafts & activities inspired
by changing themes.
Drop-ins are welcome.  Register online or at the door.

March 25 - Cowabunga,
April 29 - Snoopy in Orbit,
May 27 - Outdoor Explorers,
June 24 - Summer Solstice.

2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
https://schulzmuseum.org/museum-mondays/

 

 

 


Mon, April 29th

Wanted: Volunteer Coaches to Learn About & Lead Fall Prevention Class for Older Adults

8am-5pm -The Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is seeking volunteer
coaches to teach a fall prevention class to area seniors. The course,
known as ‘A Matter of Balance,’ is an evidence-based program, proven
effective in reducing fall risk among older adults.

We will conduct a one-day training on 4/29/24 at the Sonoma County AAA
in Santa Rosa. Coaches will learn to conduct educational sessions that
include group discussion, problem-solving, skill-building & assertiveness training.

If you have good interpersonal & communication skills, are enthusiastic
about helping older adults & are available to deliver classes at nearby
host sites, we welcome you to participate in the 4/29/24 training
& join our coaching group!
Adult & Aging Division - Sonoma County Human Services Department
3725 Westwind Blvd., Santa Rosa
Contact Kelly Dixon: (707) 565-5936
http://kdixon@schsd.org

 


Wed, May 1st

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  The Bluebyrds.
Food Truck: Holy Chile Mole.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, May 3rd

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Used Goods.
$5/Cover Charge.
Every Friday in the Barrel Room
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com/


Fri, May 3rd
thru
Sat, May 4th

The 33rd Annual Bay Area Storytelling Festival - Santa Rosa

The 33rd Annual Bay Area Storytelling Festival is coming to the new
Community & Performing Arts Center at Sonoma Academy
in Santa Rosa on May 3rd & 4th.
Come see master international storytellers like Diane Ferlatte, Gene Tagaban,
Kealoha & Karin Amano, along with local artist Brandon Spars as they weave
their magic through stories of indigenous peoples, folktales, workshops
& personal stories.  Tickets on sale now.
2500 Farmers Ln., Santa Rosa

(707) 545-1770

http://sfapshows.com


Sat, May 4th

Knock-Your-Socks-Off Wildflower Hike - Kenwood

9am-1pm - The Goodspeed trail hosts a treasure trove of wildflowers.
Here’s a chance to join Certified CA Naturalist John Lynch for a leisurely
exploration of this exceptionally lovely trail. You will not be sorry!

Goodspeed trail starts along the cool banks of the Sonoma Creek as it rushes
through a stand of redwoods but quickly heads up hill into the sunlight
& a profusion of wildflowers, butterflies (and a few reptiles). This hike will only
take us a couple miles with the turn around just past Pierson Rd – but oh what
a couple of miles!  Admission: $7.50 -15, children under 12 free.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sonomaecologycenter.org/events/action~oneday/exact_date~4-5-2024/
 


Sat, May 4th
thru
Sat, November 16th

Walnut Park Farmers Market - Petaluma

2-5pm - Find numerous local farms, fresh brewed coffee, locally-made
artisanal foods as well as handmade crafts.  It;s a great place to shop
for nutrient dense foods while enjoying one of Petaluma's greatest treasures.
Petaluma Blvd., & D Streets, Petaluma

 

 


Sat, May 4th

Human Race - Santa Rosa

Lace-up your sneakers & run, walk or roll out for a memorable day
of making a positive impact together!
A dynamkic 5K run, walk & roll - fundraising event for North Bay
nonprofits that is open to everyone to participate in.
Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa
http://humanracenow.org

 


Sat, May 4th

May Flowers Bar[n] Crawl -

2-4:30pm - One of our signature events here at Charlie's Acres -- is back!
Come surround yourself with springtime florals & greenery at the May
Flowers Bar[n] Crawl at our beautiful sanctuary!
Attractions at this 21+ event include:
- Meet & greets with our friendly farm residents who are more than willing
to accept treats & affection.
- A wine tasting experience - by Etude Winery - one of Napa Valley's finest!
- An assortment of vegan snacks provided by Dahlia Catering throughout
your tour of the sanctuary.
- Wicked Good Plants will be selling their newly introduced chocolates.

Tickets: $75/Per Person.
https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/charliesacres/items/533007/calendar/2024/04/?flow=717046&full-items=yes

 


Sun, May 5th

First Sunday in May concert features Woodwind Quartet - Healdsburg

5pm - The public is invited to hear classical music based on 3 early hymns,
played by pipe-organist Paul Blanchard accompanying the St. Paul's Wind
Ensemble.  Admission:  Free.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
209 Matheson St., Healdsburg
http://www.stpauls-healdsburg.org


Sun, May 5th

Music based on t3 early Easter hymns - Healdsburg

5pm - Blanchard accompanies St. Paul’s Wind Ensemble playing music
based on three early Easter hymns: Victimae Paschali Laudes,
Christ ist Erstanden & Christ lag in Todesbanden.
The Wind Ensemble includes Jennifer Murray on flute, with Jim Gibboney
Jim McCammon & Grammy Award-winner Paul McCandless on clarinets.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
209 Matheson St., Healdsburg
https://www.stpauls-healdsburg.org/
 


Wed, May 8th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Carlos Herrera.
Food Truck:  Happy Cat Pizza/Api Hot Chicken.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, May 10th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Third Rail.
$5/Cover Charge.
Every Friday in the Barrel Room
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com/


Fri, May 10th

Heels for Meals & More - Rohnert Park

11am-2pm - Step into your Favorite Decade
We warmly invite you to indulge in an unforgettable afternoon of wine,
dining & dazzling fun as we raise our glasses & funds for a cause
close to our hearts - our cherished seniors!
Benefitting Council on Aging Services for Seniors.
Tickets: $250/Per Person, $2,000-$2,950/Tables.
DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton
One DoubleTree Drive, Rohnert Park
(707) 525-0143 x146
http://councilonaging.ejoinme.org/H4M


Sat, May 11th

2nd Annual Kreole & Krawfish CommUNITY Gathering - Rohnert Park

12/Noon-6pm - Food, Music, Dance, Family-Friendly.
SOMO Village Event Center
1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park
http://kreolekrawfish.com

 


Sat, May 11th

Dog Days of Summer - Trentadue Winery, Alexander Valley

11am-4pm - Pack up the pooch for Dog Days of Summer! 
This event is great for wine & dog lovers alike.  Our event center will be filled
with pet related vendors, including the Sonoma County Humane Society with pets looking for the fur-ever home.
Tickets: $25/Members, $30/Non-Members, $15/Under 21.
Ticket includes food from Local Q & a glass of wine (under 21 ticket does not
include wine).  Additional Food & drinks will be available for purchase.
Well-behaved dogs on leashes welcome!
A portions of the ticket sales will be donated to the Sonoma County Humane Society.

Trentadue Winery
19170 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville
https://www.exploretock.com/trentadue/event/459016/dog-days-of-summer?utm_source=Friends+of+Trentadue+Winery&utm_campaign=381b3c33db-DOG_DAYS_OF_SUMMER_RESEND&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-ef34b88e34-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5D


Sat, May 11th

Ragtag Improve - Polly Klaas Community Theater, Petaluma

3:30-10pm - First show: Fun & Fabulous Family Show at 3:30pm.
Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ragtag-improv-presents-the-fun-and-fabulous-family-show-tickets-805144166877?aff=oddtdtcreator

Second show: Superscene at 8pm.

Ticket link:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ragtag-improv-presents-superscene-tickets-805144477807?aff=oddtdtcreator

 

RagTag Improv is a group of experienced improvisers & good friends
who love to get together to put on shows for all kinds of audiences.
 RagTag Improv pushes the boundaries of improvised theatre & comedy
with a wide variety of shows. Every night is 100% improvised, engaging
& a great way to spend an evening in San Francisco. Live spontaneously--come
on out to see something new!

417 Western Ave., Petaluma
(707) 769-1334
https://www.pollyklaastheater.org/


Tue, May 14th
thru
Tue, September 24th

Farmers Market - Healdsburg

9am-12:30pm - Featuring a wide variety of fruits & vegetables, as well as
Flowers, Cheeses, Honey, Olive Oil, Bread, Wild Fish, Pasture-Finished Meat
& Eggs, the Market celebrates the agricultural heritage of this beautiful are.
We also have delicious cooked food, packaged food product & beautiful
handmade craft.
On the Plaza Downtown, Healdsburg

https://www.healdsburgfarmersmarket.org/


Wed, May 15th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Jason Bodlovich.
Food Truck:  Tacos Don Pepe.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com


 

 


Thu, May 16th
thru
Fri, May 17th

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

TWO Nights ~ May 16th & May 17th.
6-9pm - An immersive theater experience produced by THTR productions,
Santa Rosa & hosted by Paradise Ridge Winery.
Admission: $150/Per Person -  includes a 3 course plated dinner, wine
& front row seats.  Reservations Required.
Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
https://www.prwinery.com/


Fri, May 17th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Junk in the Trunk.
$5/Cover Charge.
Every Friday in the Barrel Room
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com/


Sat, May 18th

The Luther Burbank Rose Parade & Festival Returns! - Santa Rosa

This year's Theme:  "Trek Thru Time."
10am - Parade,
11am - Community Festival.
Downtown Santa Rosa
http://www.lbroseparade.com


Sat, May 18th

Eco-Friendly Garden Tour - Sonoma County

This annual self-guided gardent our promotes sustainable landscaping
practices by showcasing native gardens throughout Sonoma
& Marin counties.  Registration is required, however there is no charge
to attend.  Please visit:
http://www.SavingWaterPartnership.org

 


Sat, May 18th

Petaluma's Salute to American Graffiti - Car Show & Cruise

10am-8pm - Filmed in 1972, director George Lucas used Petaluma
streets for many of the iconic movie’s most memorable scenes.

400 classic American cars with hoods open & polished chrome sparkling
in the sunlight will line downtown streets. Tune your radio to XERB 88.1 
& enjoy classic drive-in fare at Mel’s Burger City.
Sponsored by Cruisin’ the Boulevard, an all volunteer non-profit, “Salute”
was created by a group of classic car enthusiasts & fans of American Graffiti.
Proceeds are invested in community projects benefitting arts, education,
safety & welfare.

https://www.visitpetaluma.com/event/petalumas-salute-to-american-graffiti/

 

 


Sat, May 18th

TASTE! - Sebastopol

2-6pm - We have returned to the beautiful Sova Gardens in Sebastopol.
We will be showcasing food, wine, beer, cider, spirits & desserts from
throughout Sonoma County.  Live music, live painting, silent auction,
& wine raffle all included!  Every dollar raised goes directly toward serving
under-represented youth in West Sonoma County.
Tickets: $75/Per Person.
5186 Gravenstein Hwy., S., Sebastopol
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taste-tickets-729769940537?aff=oddtdtcreator
 

 

 


Sun, May 19th

Cotati Historical Society Annual Old-Fashioned BBQ

12noon-4pm

Old-fashioned chicken BBQ meal ($20) includes 1/2 BBQ chicken, coleslaw, beans, roll and drink. Beer and wine sold separately. Homemade desserts also for sale. Vintage car show, silent auction and live music.

Proceeds benefit Cotati Historical Society.

Location: Ray Miller Community Center, 201 West Sierra Ave, Cotati

Website: www.CotatiMuseum.org

Phone: 17074770400


Sun, May 19th

Fire & Earthquake Safety Expo 2024 – a Free Event for Sonoma County

10am-3pm - Join your community for a fun, free day of emergency preparednes
& hands-on activities. The Fire & Earthquake Safety Expo is the largest in-person emergency preparedness event in Sonoma County. The Expo has something for everyone:
• Learn from first responders & other experts
• Watch emergency demonstrations & live simulations
• Enjoy free giveaways & food, while supplies last
• Browse 75 exhibits + state-of-the-art products
• Experience Henry 1 & Sonoma County 1 helicopters
• Speak with experts in the Firewise Landscape room
• Participate in kid’s activities
• Education in English & Spanish
• And more.
Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
1 Citrus Fair Dr., Cloverdale
https://www.fireandearthquakeexpo.org/


Wed, May 22nd

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Rhythem Drivers.
Food Truck: Sushi Shoubu.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com


Fri, May 24th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - The Remedies.
$5/Cover Charge.
Every Friday in the Barrel Room
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com/


Mon, May 27th

Family Hike -

10-12pm - Come to the park for a peaceful hike through the woods!
Join our Docents on this fun family hike that is good for all ages.
During this 2-mile hike with 400-ft elevation gain, you will learn about
Sugarloaf Park, its plants, animals & history.
Free event, RSVP required. Meet outside the Visitor Center. Wear layers,
appropriate footwear for muddy/slippery trails, bring water, sun protection
& if desired, a snack. We invite you to bring a mug or reusable container
for your little ones to enjoy hot cocoa post-hike.
Parking fees apply, heavy rains cancel.
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood
https://sugarloafpark.org/event/family-hike-at-sugarloaf/?instance_id=35586
 


Wed, May 29th

Matsuri! Japanese Arts Festival - Santa Rosa

11am-5pm - Demonstrations of taiko drumming, folk dance & music,
martial arts, Kyogen theater performance & mochi pounding will be held
throughout the day on an outdoor stage or the lawn. The festival will also feature Japanese art & cultural exhibits, clothing, food, children’s activity table, Japanese language booth, origami & more!  Admission is free.  Fun for all ages.
Juilliard Park
227 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
https://sonomamatsuri.org/
 


Wed, May 29th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Hwy. 1 Revisited.
Food Truck: Dino's Food Truck.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, May 31st

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Adam Lieb & Adults in the Room
$5/Cover Charge.
Every Friday in the Barrel Room
Hudson Street Wineries
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2364
https://hudsonstreetwineries.com/


Sat, June 1st

Shred-a-Thons - Lower Lake

Securely dsipose of sensitive  documents & electronics at our
free community event.  You will also have the opportunity to donate
to a local nonprofit.
http://redwoodcu.org/shred


Wed, June 5th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - 2nd Annual PRIDE Night!
Music:  Danny Duclos.  Food Truck: The Wurst.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Thu, June 6th
thru
Thu, August 29th

Farmers Market - Guerneville

3-7pm - THURSDAYS.
We provide the Russian River communities with freshly grown fresh fruits
& vegetables.  Locally harvested meats & freshly baked goods are also available.
Come by and support your local purveyors while making your shopping less
of an errand & more of a community experience.
4th & Church Streets, Guerneville
https://thesantarosafarmersmarket.com/locations/


Fri, June 7th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com

 


Sat, June 8th

Noche de Amor, A Benefit for Health Justice - Healdsburg

6-10pm - A BENEFIT FOR HEALTH JUSTICE, which will take place
in the stunning courtyard of Bacchus Landing in Healdsburg.
The festive evening brings together our supporters, grantees & other stakeholders
in a celebration of our diverse & vibrant community.  Join us for fabulous food,
wine & cocktails/mocktails & music by The Curtis Family Band & Mónica María.
Funds raised support the Healthcare Foundation’s health equity initiatives,
including our Mental Health Talent Pipeline.
Sponsorships begin at $1,000 which include 4 guests.
14210 Bacchus Landing Way, Healdsburg
(707) 473-0583
https://healthcarefoundation.net/events/noche-de-amor-2024/


Sat, June 8th

Peggy Sue's Car Show & Cruise - Santa Rosa

8am-4pm - Show & Shine,
5:30-8:30pm - Downtown Cruise.
Schedule of Events:
http://www.Cruiseforpeggysue.com


Sun, June 9th

Our Long Table Fundraiser - Sebastopol

4-8pm - This year we are celebrating 35 years of service to Sonoma County!
Please join us in our efforts to raise $273,000 to continue providing medically
tailored meals, healthy groceries & nutrition support to over 4,000 people
living with serious medical conditions.
This event is once again being hosted at the wonderful Vine Hill House,
located on the O’Connell Vineyards in Sebastopol. While overlooking
hundreds of acres of world-class Pinot Noir & Chardonnay vineyards,
guests will enjoy refreshing summer wines, craft beer, live music, 
an elegant multi-course dinner, an exclusive live auction & a raffle.
An online auction will also be launched the week prior to the event
for those who may not be able to join in person.
Vine Hill House
3601 Vine Hill Rd., Sebastopol
https://fftfoodbank.org/our-long-table/

 


Wed, June 12th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Ellie James.
Food Truck: Lata's Indian Cuisine.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, June 14th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Onye & The Messengers.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sun, June 16th
thru
Sun, June 23rd

Jazz Festival - Healdsburg

2-9pm - The Power of Music
After the landmark 25th anniversary festival last year, Healdsburg Jazz builds
on that resounding success with a more ambitious program presenting a series
of must-see concerts in beautiful venues, from wineries & restaurants to public
plazas & historic theaters. The festival features a vast array of some of the world’s
most celebrated musicians, including Grammy Award-winning stars, master
improvisers & rising artists. Our goal for the 2024 Healdsburg Jazz Festival
is simple, presenting the “Power of Music” in all its glory.
https://healdsburgjazz.org/

 

 

 


Wed, June 19th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Crescent Moonshine.
Food Truck:  Bayou on the Bay.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 


Fri, June 21st

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Big Brother & the Holding Company.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sat, June 22nd

Free Family Bike Workshop - Petaluma

10am-12:30pm - In person.
Pre-Registration Required.
Lucchesi Park
320 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma
https://www.bikesonoma.org/safe-routes-to-school/family-bike-workshops/


Sat, June 22nd

Shred-a-Thons - Santa Rosa

Securely dsipose of sensitive  documents & electronics at our
free community event.  You will also have the opportunity to donate
to a local nonprofit.
http://redwoodcu.org/shred


Wed, June 26th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Jami Jamison .
Food Truck:  Happy Cat Pizza/Api Hot Chicken.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 


Fri, June 28th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Soul Fuse
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sat, June 29th
thru
Sun, June 30th

28th Annual Fort Bragg Quilt Show

10am-4pm - Among the array of stellar quilters will be our featured artist
Daisy Woodhams whose variety of techniques & styles will be on special display.
There will be more than 170 quilts plus a special exhibit of quilts where textiles
originally made for other purposes are remade into quilts. This show will be juried
with awards given in 6 categories. There will be vendors with offerings of fabrics,
jewelry & quilting supplies complementing the show. Come a day early & enjoy
our annual Quilt Walk. For more information & a list of places to stay
please visit our website.
Dana Gray Elementry School
Chestneut St., Fort Bragg
(510) 329-7828
http://oceanwavesquilters.com


Wed, July 3rd

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Smoke N‘ Mirrors.
Food Truck:  The Black Pig.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 


Fri, July 5th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Lydia Pense & Cold Blood.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Wed, July 10th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Michelle Lambert.
Food Truck:  Dino‘s Food Truck.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com


Fri, July 12th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Black Cat Zydeco.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sat, July 13th

6th Annual Car Show - Sebastopol

10am-2pm - Food, Music & Fun!
Sebastopol Veterans Memorial Building
http://Www.vfwpost3919.org


Sat, July 13th

Shred-a-Thon - Novato

Securely dsipose of sensitive  documents & electronics at our
free community event.  You will also have the opportunity to donate
to a local nonprofit.
http://redwoodcu.org/shred


Sun, July 14th

Art & Garden Festival - Petaluma

11am-5pm - Join the community for a fun-filled day for the entire family.
This is not your typical street fair.  Vendors are handpicked & will be showcasing
the quality, creative home & garden décor, jewelry, arts & more. With 145 booths
of unusual, unique & handmade items, this event has something for everyone’s
taste & budget.  In addition to local crafters, artisans & gardeners, there will be
live music on 2 stages & an array of local wineries, breweries, restaurants
& fine food purveyors.  This event is free to attend with tasting packages
available to those who wish to partake in all the great wine, craft beer & cocktails.
Located on Kentucky Street, Fourth Street, B Street &
The A Street Parking Lot.

 


Wed, July 17th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Russian River Ramblers.
Food Truck:  The Wurst.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 


Fri, July 19th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Volker Strifler.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Wed, July 24th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Nicole Marden.
Food Truck:  Lata‘s Indian Cuisine.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, July 26th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Tom Rigney & Flambeau.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sat, July 27th

Shred-a-Thon - Ukiah

Securely dsipose of sensitive  documents & electronics at our
free community event.  You will also have the opportunity to donate
to a local nonprofit.
http://redwoodcu.org/shred


Wed, July 31st

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Suns of Venice.
Food Truck:  Holy Chile Mole.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 

 


Fri, August 2nd

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Sang Matiz.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Wed, August 7th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  The doRiaN Mode.
Food Truck:  Adobos N‘ More.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, August 9th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Heard Eye.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sat, August 10th
thru
Sun, August 11th

Gravenstein Apple Fair - Sebastopol

Food, kids' activities, farm animals, beer, wine & cider, live music,
arts & crafts & much more!
Ragle Ranch Park
500 Ragle Rd., Sebastopol
http://pdne.ws/49cJKmr


Wed, August 14th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music: Carlos Herrera .
Food Truck:  Bayou on the Bay.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Fri, August 16th

Fridays at the Hood - Santa Rosa

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - Spikes Sikes & his Awesome Hotcakes.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Sat, August 17th

Shred-a-Thons - Napa

Securely dsipose of sensitive  documents & electronics at our
free community event.  You will also have the opportunity to donate
to a local nonprofit.
http://redwoodcu.org/shred


Wed, August 21st

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:   Glory Dayz.
Food Truck:  Lila‘s Streetside Eats.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 


Fri, August 23rd

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

6pm/Venue Opens, 7-9pm/Bands play - MOMOTOMBO SF.
Attendees can dance in front of the Levi Lloyd Stage or relax
in their own low-back lawn chairs.
Benefitting non-profit Play It Forward, 'whose mission is to to foster
connection through music.'
http://pifmusic.com

Tickets: $15-$25.  Additionally, the entire 12 Concerts can be purchased
in advance for $149.
Hood Mansion at the Hood Regional Park
389 Casa Manana, Santa Rosa
https://fridaysatthehood.com


Wed, August 28th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  SunHunter.
Food Truck:  Tri Tip Trolley.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Wed, September 4th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  The Dream Farmers.
Food Truck:  The Black Pig.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Wed, September 11th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Ryan Woodard Band.
Food Truck:  TBD.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Wed, September 18th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Spike Sikes and his Awesome Hotcakes.
Food Truck:  The Wurst.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 


Wed, September 25th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Panextasy Band.
Food Truck:  Dino‘s Food Truck.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com


Sat, September 28th

2024 Healdsburg Arts Festival

10am-7pm - With over 45 artists selling their work, as well as music, entertainment,
good food & wine, plan for a great day strolling through the Plaza while you shop
for artisan made goods and fine art, including ceramics, woodwork, jewelry,
printmaking, photography, painting, textile arts & glasswork. Sonoma County
is home for so many wonderful artists & we are delighted to showcase their work
in this year’s Arts Festival.  Enjoy a glass of wine, listen to good music while you
explore the art on offer.  Participate in a drawing for a chance to take home
a wonderful piece of art.  Make it a day to enjoy the Arts in a beautiful setting!
Historic Plaza in Downtown Healdsburg
https://healdsburgcenterforthearts.org/


Sun, September 29th

2024 DJFE Triathlon Race Series - Santa Rosa

9-11:30am - This triathlon series was created to help bring the sport of triathlon
to Sonoma County. These are short distance triathlons/duathlon open to all levels
of ability. This is an excellent first race & will help you succeed in a non-competitive atmosphere. All are welcome to participate. Excellent for novices, great competition
for the seasoned triathlete. This event is non-competitive & time is not recorded.
It is designed for you to complete & enjoy. The race starts at Finley Aquatic Center
& travels along the Santa Rosa Creek Trail for the bike & run course. Included in each athlete’s registration fee is custom Team DJFE medal, a swim cap & an athlete goody bag. Proceeds from this event will benefit Inspiration Sports Foundation, a local 501c3 that serves the youth of Sonoma County through sports camps & other fitness related activities.
Finley Aquatic Center
2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa
https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/SantaRosa/DJFETriathlonSeries


Wed, October 2nd

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Solid Air.
Food Truck:  Lila‘s Streetside Eats.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Wed, October 9th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Gas Money.
Food Truck:  TBD.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Wed, October 16th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  The Live Oaks.
Food Truck:  Lata‘s Indian Cuisine.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 

 

 


Wed, October 23rd

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Music:  Aaron Sion.
Food Truck:  Adobos N‘ More.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com

 


Wed, October 30th

Wines & Sunsets - Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa

6–8pm - Halloween Celebration!
Music:  Blues Burners.  Food Truck:  TBD.
Admission: $15-$20, Member: $10-$15.
Purchase tickets online or call.
Paraidse Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr, Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463
http://prwinery.com