Sun, October 1st

Fiddler on the Roof - Santa Rosa

The deeply moving musical about tradition, family & love.

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

Thu, October 26th

Farmers Market - Occidental

4-8pm - EVERY THURSDAY through October 26, 2023.

3611 Bohemian Hwy, Occidental,

Tue, October 31st

Pronzini Farms Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Days/Hours:  Monday–Thursday, 11am–6pm;  Friday–Sunday, 10am–6:3 pm;
Halloween (Tuesday, October 31), 11am–4pm.
Pick pumpkins, play games, visit farm animals, tour the Haunted Village &  more.
Choose from a wide variety of pumpkins in their u-pick field.
Enjoy BBQ from the Cowgirl Cafe & fresh popped kettle corn.
It's run by the same Pronzini family that operates Christmas tree
lots in Marin during the holidays.
3795 Adobe Rd., Petaluma
(707) 778-3871

Fri, September 29th
Fri, November 24th

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:

Fri, September 29th
Sun, December 10th

This Side of Blue: The Art of Mimi Chen Ting - Sonoma State University

Exhibition runs through  - Dec., 10, 2023.
University Art Gallery
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park


Fri, September 29th

Cacophony Daniels: Drag Me to the 90's Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

8pm  Presents "Cacophony Daniels" Drag Me to the 90's.
A Non-Profit Fundraiser to Benefit: "Face-2-Face, ending HIV.
Act fast, this event is expected to sell-out!
Tickets available online:

Barrel Proof Lounge
501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa





Fri, September 29th
Sun, March 10th

It’s Time for School, Charlie Brown - Santa Rosa

Original “Peanuts” art alongside vintage school-related items.
Admission: $5-$12, Free/Ages 3 & younger.
Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452

Fri, September 29th
Sat, January 27th

Sebastopol Center for the Arts

For more information on all upcoming Classes & Events:

Fri, September 29th

Fore Y Kids - Charity Golf Tournament - Windsor

Register today & become a HERO for Sonoma County Youth.
Your support will provide opportunities for youth to participate
in programs like camp, water safety, early learning & teen leadership.

Fri, September 29th
Fri, October 20th

CASA of Sonoma County - Fall Training

Court Appointed Special Advocates "CASAs" are volunteers advocating for children and youth who have been victims of abuse and neglect in their homes.  This is where CASA comes in!
The CASA volunteer serves as the "eyes & ears" of the judge for children in
foster care & are instrumental in supporting the Juvenile Court in making the best recommendations to improve the lives of children in foster care.  Volunteers ensure that children do not get lost in the overloaded legal system or end up being placed in inappropriate foster homes.

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!

Fall Volunteer Training is scheduled for mid-October with Zoom and in-person training sessions.
For more specific dates/times & more information or to sign up for the
CASA training, contact ( 707) 565-6375

Fri, September 29th
Tue, October 31st

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & Amazing Corn Maze

Days/Hours: Sunday–Thursday, 10am–6pm,
Friday & Saturday, 10am–10pm

Over 50 varieties of pumpkins, squash & gourds, as well as a 4-acre
A'Mazing Corn Maze & second-story viewing platforms, a little kids'
corn maze, farm animals & pony rides. 
dmission to the corn maze: Free/kids 5 & under, $8/Everyone else.

On Friday & Saturday nights from 6-10pm it becomes the Night Maze
(last entry at 9:30pm) & admission goes up to $12/per person.

550 Stony Point Rd., Petaluma

Fri, September 29th
Mon, October 30th

Mickelson Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Open: Sunday–Thursday, 9am–8pm;  Friday & Saturday, 9am–10pm.

Mickelson Pumpkin Patch, just past the Marin-Sonoma county line
off Highway 101, offers a wide variety of pumpkins, squash & gourds
as well as activites like a hay maze & pyramid, tractor rides, paintball|
gallery, apple cannon & more.  They also have food vendors & even craft
beer available.  Take exit 472A to get there.
5495 Redwood Hwy., Petaluma
(707) 490-8088

Fri, September 29th
Fri, December 29th

Santa Rosa VA Outpatient Clinic - Become a VA volunteer

Serve those who have served us all- Become a VA volunteer!
The Center for Development & Civic Engagement for Veteran's
Affairs offers volunteer assignments that fulfill the volunteer's desire
to make a difference in a Veteran's life. The CDCE program can be
tailored to meet the volunteer needs of an individual, student, family
or organization.

Sat, September 30th
Tue, October 31st

Larson Family Winery's Pumpkin Patch - Sonoma

The Winery has turned thier back pasture into a pick-your-own pumpkin
patch with plenty of spots for cute family photos.  The patch will be open
through October during normal tasting-room hours, 11am-5pm.
Thursday-Sunday or until pumpkins run out.  In addition to pumpkins,
there's plenty of games for families such as cornhole & bocee which be
reserved, along with wine tastings.  The winery is also dog friendly.
23355 Millerick Rd., Sonoma

Sat, September 30th

Windsor Day Parade & Fall Concert

10am - Parade begins with a festival & concert on the Town Green
immediately after.

Sat, September 30th

Sonoma Clean Power Electric Vehicle Showcase and Event

Considering an electric vehicle? Come learn from local EV owners and experts from the North Bay Electric Auto Association.  11am-3pm

Location: 741 4th Street Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Phone: 4156862338

Sat, September 30th
Sat, December 23rd

Farmers Market - Healdsburg

With all the regulars plus some new Vendors this year which
includes - 2 purveyors of ready-made meals.
West Plaza Parking Lot
between North & Matheson Streets

Sat, September 30th
Sat, October 7th

Oktoberfest - Napa

11am-8pm - 8 day celebration kicks off with live music, beer, games
& entertainment.  Free to attend.
Napa Yard Oxbow Gardens
585 First St., Napa
(707) 815-0398

Sat, September 30th

Suzi’s Last Resort - Guerneville

 6:30pm - Classic oldies band performs.
Admission: $10/Per Person.
Main Street Bistro
16280 Main St., Guerneville

Sat, September 30th

Sol Horizon -

7:30pm - “Return to Our Roots” performance.
Tickets: $20-$25, Free/Kids 12 & younger.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511

Sat, September 30th

Día de los Muertos - Santa Rosa

11am-5pm -  Annual exhibition features artwork & altars by local artists,
students & collectors.  Exhibit runs through Nov., 26, 2023.
Admission:  $7-$10, Free/Kids 12 & younger.
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
http://(707) 579-1500

Sat, September 30th
Sun, October 8th

Sonoma County Art Trails

The Event runs for TWO WEEKENDS:
Sept., 30, Oct., 1 AND Oct., 7 & 8.

Sat, September 30th

Gatsby Electric Dream - Monte Rio

7-11pm - An electrifying performance by DJ Malarkey, who will infuse
the air with Gatsby-style Electro Swing beats.  Accompanying this musical
delight are mesmerizing aerialists & captivating burlesque dancers,
adding an extra layer of allure to the experience.
20822 River Blvd, Monte Rio

Sat, September 30th
Sun, October 1st

Water Bark 2023

9am-4pm - The Lagoon at Spring Lake Park is going to the Dogs in September.
Bring your Best Friend for off-leash Play & Fun in clean , filtered water.

Saturday -  9/30,
Sunday - 10/1.

For details & to buy discount advance tickets visit:

Spring Lake Regional Park

Sat, September 30th

FREE Family Music Matinee with Healdsburg Jazz - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-1pm - Enjoy a FREE family matinee concert hosted by Healdsburg
Jazz & tailored for young kids, teenagers & families.  Special guest artist
Terrence Brewer & his quartet will perform a one-hour concert featuring
original music, standards & music by composer Vince Guaraldi, who
composed the songs featured in Charles Schulz’s popular
Peanuts animated specials.
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa


Sat, September 30th
Tue, October 31st

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

Open: Monday–Thursday 11am–6pm, Friday 11am–10pm
Saturday 9am–10pm, Sunday 9am–8pm, Halloween 9am–6pm.
Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch offers 10 acres of pumpkins & their huge
8-acre corn maze this year.
5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa
(at Rohnert Park Expressway)
(707) 331-6653

Sat, September 30th
Tue, October 31st

Muelrath Ranches Pumpkin Patch - Santa Rosa

Open daily September 30–October 31, 10am–6pm.
Offering 20 varieties of pumpkins & other farm products as well as attractions
like hay rides, a pumpkin slingshot, a pumpkin cannon, a toddler corn maze,
farm animals & more.  Water, soda & cider available for purchase.
Muelrath Ranches
3800 Walker Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 228-3085

Sat, September 30th
Tue, October 31st

Papa's Pumpkin Patch - Sebastopol

Open daily - September 30–October 31, 9am–4pm.
Pick your own pumpkin right off the vine in shade of old-growth
redwoods. Choose from 7 varieties of pumpkins in the field.
13110 Occidental Rd., Sebastopol
(707) 874-9070

Sat, September 30th

Holly Near - Cotati

7pm - Passionate activist, songstress & writer Holly Near will return
to the New Cotati Cabaret, celebrating the human spirit through music.
Holly brings to the stage her powerful combination of highly trained vocal
power, her beautiful voice, delightful humor & poetic reflection.
For over 40 years, Holly has fused cabaret, folk and spoken word into a sound
track for progressive thinking.  Musicians sharing the stage with Holly will be percussionist Christelle Durandy, pianist Tammy Hall & bassist Jan Martinelli.
Tickets: $40/General Seating, $55/VIP Seats, which assure seating
in the first 3 rows & a ticket for a free home-baked treat in the evening’s café.
Cotati Cabaret
85 La Plaza, Cotati

Sun, October 1st

Paul McCandless/Christian Foley-Beining Collaboration - Occidental

4-6pm - “Cascade Terrace” jazz CD-release celebration.
Tickets: $25/per person.
Occidental Center for the Arts (in the amphitheater)
3850 Doris Murphy Court
(707) 874-9392

Sun, October 1st

Los Lobos - Healdsburg

7pm - Celebrating their 50th anniversary with a benefit concert
for Corazon Healdsburg.  Blues musician Earl Thomas opens the show.
Tickets: $88/Per Person.
Raven Theater
115 North St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-6335

Sun, October 1st

TRAD JASS - Santa Rosa

1-5pm - Sonoma County traditional jazz club hosts the Mission Gold Jazz
Band.  Dancing encouraged.  Bring horns for jamming.
Admission: $15/Per Person.
Druids Hall
1011 College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 480-6145

Sun, October 1st
Sun, December 10th

Windsor's Certified Farmers Market

9:30-12:30pm - EVERY SUNDAY.
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor

Sun, October 1st

Blessing of the Animals Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

2-5pm - Bring your furry friends, scaley sidekicks, aquatic acquaintances & pals
of the animal kingdom. Take part in this “adorable” afternoon to help raise
funds to support this year’s animal charity.  The festivities will include the
ever-popular “Winery Dog of the Year” contest, raffle prizes, wine, local fare
& a blessing for every animal that attends.  Proceeds from this event
will be donated to the local non-profit animal charity.
100 Pythian Rd @ Hwy 12, Santa Rosa

Sun, October 1st

Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt - Geyserville

11am-1pm - The scarecrows return to Copppola… this time, with a scavenger hunt!
Each fall, you can find (not so scary) scarecrows all dressed up & hiding throughout
the Francis Ford Coppola Winery.  This year, we’re adding a clever Scavenger Hunt
to help you locate all nine scarecrows!  Upon completing the Scavenger Hunt, stop by Guest Services for a small prize & crayons to complete a Scavenger Hunt coloring page! Complimentary for all ages.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
300 Via Archimedes, Geyserville
(707) 857-1471


Sun, October 1st
Tue, October 31st

Pasture Pumpkin Patch - Sonoma

Open during October ~ Thursday–Sunday, 11am–5pm
Larson Family Winery's back pasture will once again
turn into a Pumpkin Patch, perfect for pickin’ & photo ops. 
Pumpkins will be available to purchase for all Larson guests
during tasting room hours through October, or until the pumpkins run out!
23355 Millerick Rd., Sonoma
(707) 938-3031

Tue, October 3rd
Tue, September 26th

Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Healdsburg


9am-12:30pm - Located on the Downtown Plaza.
Featuring a wide variety of fruits & vegetables, flowers, cheeses, honey, olive oil, bread, wild fish, pastured -finished meat, fresh eggs, cooked food, packaged food products &
beautiful handmade crafts.



Tue, October 3rd
Tue, December 26th

Year-Round Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Petaluma

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

Wed, October 4th
Thu, December 14th

Petaluma Bounty Volunteer Days

Come volunteer with Petaluma Bounty on our community farm!
Learn about all the ways to get involved.

Our current volunteer hours are Wednesdays from 9am–noon
& 2-5pm,  Saturdays from 9am-noon.
55 Shasta Ave., Petaluma

Wed, October 4th
Mon, December 4th

Fall Drama Program

Sign up for Sandcastle Fall Drama Program at PKCT ~ Kids in 1st-6th grade.
Wednesdays: 3:30-5:30pm
Classes: 9/6-11/29.  Tech: 12/4-12/7.  Show:  12/9.

Students get hands-on instruction in story creation, character-development,
acting & design to craft a new script, bring the students' own ideas to life
onstage.  Through games & activities kids develop their creative voice,
self-confidence & collaboration skills & particpate in a unique final production.
All students welcome.  No auditions or previous experience required.
Fee waivers (financial aid) available by request.
Polly Klaas Community Theater
417 Western Ave., Petaluma


Wed, October 4th

Wednesday Night Wines & Sunsets - Santa Rosa

10/4 - Music - The doRiaN Mode.
Food Truck - Tri Tip Trolley.
Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463

Thu, October 5th

Hot Dog Thursday - Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa

11:30am-1:30pm - Hot Dog or Polish Dog with buns from Costeaux,
Chips & Soda ~ all for $8 or Double Dogs for $10.
Condiments for the dog are free.  Ice Cream available at
additional cost.
Oct., 5.
Historic Butler Aircraft Hangar
Pacific Coast Air Museum
One Air Museum Way, off Becker Blvd., Santa Rosa

Fri, October 6th

21st Annual CATWALK 2023 ~ Year of the Cure - Santa Rosa

A Fashion Show & Luncheon benefitting Sutter Health Cancer Screening.

Sat, October 7th

Pride 'n Vino - Santa Rosa

11am-3pm - Enjoy an afternoon of wine, food & song!
Featuring more than a dozen wineries pouring some of their finest wines,
plus artisan food vendors for this event benefiting Sonoma County Pride.
Live music from hometown star Ellie James & a silent auction.
Tickets: $50/Per Person.
Fourth Street & Mendocin Ave.,
Courhouse Square, Santa Rosa



Sat, October 7th

SonomaCounty Cannabis Science & Education Forum - Petaluma

11:30am-4:30pm - Welcome to the Sonoma County Cannabis Science
& Education Forum.  This 5 hour event will demonstrate & educate the
current trrends in the cannabis industry through the eyes of education
& science.  We will also have Posh Green Cannabis Boutique exhibiting
as well as food & entertainment.
The Block
20 Grey St., Petaluma
(707) 200-3958

Sat, October 7th

Bottles & Broadway

Broadway music comes to Sonoma wine country with Broadway actress, Taylor Iman Jones of SIX, Hamilton, Head Over Heels. Bring your lawn chairs, grab a bite from local food trucks, and purchase a bottle of world-class wine as we raise a glass to Broadway!

Location: La Crema 3575 Slusser Rd Windsor, CA 95492


Phone: 4154120300

Sat, October 7th

NAMIWalks -Sonoma County

1-4pm - The power of our mission is being felt as never before.
The Achievment of "Mental Health for All" has never felt this critical
yet closer to being\realized. 
It's not how far we walk at NAMIWalks Sonoma County, but how far
we've come to make our milestones count.  With your support & high
spirits, we intend to make an unprecedented impact on mental health
in our community.
NAMIWalks 2023 represents a powerful chance to leave a significant
makr on the local mental health landscape.  Whether you're a previous
participant or a new voice waiting to be heard, we're pretty sure you'll
find the festivities inspired & inspiring.  This year, Ending the Stigma of
Mental Illness ends at Howarth Park.
We welcome your furry friends!  Al four-legged companions must
be kept on a leash at all times.  Please remember to clean up after your pet.
Howarth Park
Cypress Point Picnic Area (Kickoff)
630 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa



Sat, October 7th

WALK to End Alzheimer - Rohnert Park

At the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's we're fighting for
a differnt future.  For Families facing the disease today for more time.
For treatments.  We're close than ever to stopping Alzheimer's.  But to
get there we need you.  Join us for the World's largest fundraiser to fight
the disease. 
Sonoma State University
Register today:

Sat, October 7th

Blues, Brews & BBQ - Napa

12/Noon-6pm - Explore the variety of vendors present at the event;
there will be a specialty microbrew beer garden with over 40 unique
beers available as well as art & craft vendors for the children in
attendance.  Head out & enjoy delicious BBQ while listening to the sweet
sounds of live blues music.  Parking will be available onsite.
Free admission.
575 Third St., Napa



Sat, October 7th

Halloween Art in the Park - San Rafael

10am-12/Noon - Families will have the opportunity to decroate
their very own pumpkin in celebration of Halloween.
Supplies will be available on a first-come-first-servd basis. 
Participants will meet at the Hillside picnic area.
McInnis Park
310 Smith Ranch in San Rafael

Sun, October 8th

Sugarloaf Woodpeckers

8:30-11:30am - Join Sugarloaf docent Dana Glei in a 2-mile hike
(250 ft elevation change) focusing on some of the most social birds
at Sugarloaf: woodpeckers. Learn how to identify them by sight, sound,
flight pattern, and/or behavior.  We are almost certain to see acorn woodpeckers
& might be able to spot Northern flickers, pileated woodpeckers, Nuttall
woodpeckers, Downy woodpeckers, Hairy woodpeckers, or Red-breasted sapsuckers.
We'll meet at the White Barn.  From there, we'll start off hiking toward the Observatory, continue on Lower Bald Mt. to Creekside Trail & then up Hillside Trail, where we will stop
at the lookout vista. We''ll make our return to the White Barn via Hillside.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

Sun, October 8th

Knife's Edge Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

Proceeds benefit Sonoma Family Meal's - to strengthen the local food
economy & provide healthy & provide healthy, locally sourced meals
to those in need.
Watch 3 of Sonoma County's best chefs go head to head in a live
culinary competition.  Chef's from SingleThread, Jackson Family Wines
& Dry Creek Kitchen will participate.  Tickets: $250/Per Person.
Odd Fellows Hall
545 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa

Mon, October 9th

Halloween BINGO - Santa Rosa

11am-12:30pm - Join us for an afternoon of FUN, Food & FESTIVITIES!
Dress in Costume to be entered to win a Prize.
Council On Aging
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 525-0143 x119

Wed, October 11th

Wednesday Night Wines & Sunsets - Santa Rosa

10/11 - Music - The Bluebyrds.
Food Truck - Dino's Food Truck.
Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463

Fri, October 13th

Santa Rosa Fire Foundation Dinner & Live Auction -

6-8pm - Please join us at our 2nd Annual Fundraising

event to support the Santa Rosa Fire Department & commemorate the 2023
fire season coming to an end.  The Foundation was formed in the wake of the devastating wildfires in Sonoma County as a way to inspire the generosity of the community to strengthen & expand the services of the Santa Rosa Fire Department
by providing resources not otherwise available.  Funds raised at this event
will be used to help the Santa Rosa Fire Department institute innovative
enhancements in the areas of wildfire resiliency, health & wellness of our first responders & building the next generation of firefighters in our community.


Come & enjoy a fantastic evening of great food & craft wine at one of Sonoma
County's Premier wine country destinations.  Join us along with Congressman
Mike Thompson, State Senator Mike McGuire & former San Francisco Giant Rich
Aurilia in supporting the important work of the Santa Rosa Fire Foundation
& celebrate the end of the 2023 fire season.

Seating is limited so purchase tickets now.

Kunde Family Winery



Sat, October 14th
Sun, October 15th

15th Annual Greek & Middle Eastern Festival - Rohnert Park

12/Noon-7pm - Join us .... Eat, Drink, Dance!
Live Music & Entertainment, Authentic Mediterranean Cuisine, Beer & Wine,
International Marketplace, Boutiques, Henna Tattoo, Kids Corner & more!
Free Admission & Free Parking.
Hosted by:  St. George Orthodox Church
7311 College View Dr., Rohnert Park


Sat, October 14th

Pancake Breakfast - Healdsburg

7-11am - Silent Auction & Motorcyle Ride Fundraiser.  50/50 Raffle.
DONATIONS Greatly Appreciated.
Sotoyome American Legion Post
900 Chanticleer Way, Healdsburg
(707) 322-9245 or (707) 206-8884

Sun, October 15th

Former rock 'n roller brings BACH to the Future - Healdsburg

5-6pm - Organ Concert Series continues with Mark Bruce, who is a local
Sonoma County organist.  Bruce will play a program of Mendelssohn,
Hinddermith & Bach on the Bigelow pipe organ.  The concert is free
& the public is invited to attend.
Donations are always welcome & used for the Church's buidling fund,
so that its outreach programs may be continued.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
209 Matheson St., Healdsburg
(707) 433-2107

Wed, October 18th

Wednesday Night Wines & Sunsets - Santa Rosa

11/18 - Music - Jami Jamison.
Food Truck - The Original Burgerdog.
Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463

Sat, October 21st

Billy Bob's 18th Annual Fish Fry - Sebastopol

5:30-7pm - Menu: Fried Fish, French Fries, Cole Slaw, Drinks & Desserts
available for purchase.  Featuring Beer from the Old Possum Brewery
& Featuring Wine from D'Argenzio Winery.
Admission: $20/Adults, $10/Kids 5-10, Free/Kids under 5.
Tickets available at the door & we take Credit Cards.
Sebastopol Masonic Center
373 N. Main St., Sebastopol
(707) 320-3490


Sat, October 21st

Lake Sonoma Race Series 100-55K

A charity race benefitting Children of Vineyard Workers Scholarship Fund.
"The Western Show" featuring the 100K - A Western States Qualifier
& the 55K designed to be your first ultra.
The 55K will  have long cut-off times - the same as the 100K & set up
with eight aid stations to ensure the lop is fun, challenging yet achievable
for most runners.
At "The Lake" we intend to have a very fun "Western Show" which includes
free car camping down at the start/finish.  Western themed environment
with good food, good music, good friends, good beer, wine, whiskey & swag!
The 100K will have a finisher vest & the 100-55K will both have newly
designed running hats & special gifts for the prize winners.

Sat, October 21st

Dia de los Muertos Family Festival - Santa Rosa

Free Family Day.  Enjoy fun art activities, live performances & more!
The Museum’s annual Día de los Muertos exhibition features artwork
& altars created by local artists including Life on Earth Art. 
Museum of Sonoma County
425 7th St., Santa Rosa

Sat, October 21st

Santa Rosa Tool Library - Tool Sale, Santa Rosa

9am-2pm -  All proceeds go towards our general fund.

2534 Sam Dr., Santa Rosa



Wed, October 25th

Hire the Homeless Lunch & Learn - Santa Rosa

11:30am-1pm -  Give Back, Good for Business, Positive Partnerships.
Learn how we can support you when hiring someone that is homeless.
Get answers from a panel of experts.  Make a difference in the lives of
homeless people in your community.
Free Business Services to find the best talent & grow your business.
Discussion around the benefits of hiring someone who is homeless,
different incentives & being a community leader.
Hear from Business Owners about their experience hiring homeless job
link participants.  Lunch included & donated by Mary's Pizza Shack
Sonoma County Job Link
2227 Capricorn Way, Suite 100, Santa Rosa
Sign up now - RSVP:
(707) 565-2381

Wed, October 25th

Wednesday Night Wines & Sunsets - Santa Rosa

10/25 - Music - Blues Burners.
Food Truck - Happy Cat Pizza.
Paradise Ridge Winery
4545 Thomas Lake Harris Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 528-9463

Fri, October 27th

Fall Fun Fest - old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa

5-8pm - It's almost time for Fall Fun Fest!!!  Mark your calendars, pick out your
Halloween costumes & get ready for this FREE community event in Downtown
Santa Rosa!  The Santa Rosa Metro Chamber has teamed up again with the
fantastic crew at Bayside Church to bring you another year of free family fun
in Downtown Santa Rosa.  Join us for trick-or-treating at downtown businesses.
Ferris wheel rides, costume contests, games with prizes, music & dancing,
food trucks & oh so much more!   Did we mention its FREE?!
Old Courthouse Square

Sat, October 28th

Noche de las catrinas - Napa

Enjoy food, wine & dancing in support of vital housing services for the
residents of Napa County.  Start your night off with a delicious dinner
& sip on some creative cocktails.  Afterwards, there will a Catrina Fashion
Show & Costume Competition.
Embassy Suites by Hilton Napa Valley
1075 California Blvd., Napa



Fri, November 3rd
Sun, November 5th

Reclaiming Joy; a Women's Weekend of Renewal, Connection & Joyfulness

1-4pm - Embark on a transformative journey at our women's weekend
of renewal, connection & joyfulness!  Register for Reclaiming Joy
& bask in an entire weekend with a community of joy-seeking women
where you can rest, explore, connect, laugh, find nourishment, move your
body & PLAY (!!!) ...and in a supremely peaceful location.  If you yearn
for time away to connect deeply with yourself & others in meaningful ways
this retreat is for you!  In these modern times, we are plagued by countless
distractions, demands & worries from all directions in our lives. Its harder
than ever to find a moment to ourselves where we don't have to immediately
jump to the next obligation.

Black Mountain Retreat Center
23125 Fort Ross Rd, Cazadero

Sat, November 4th

North Star Gala & Arts Experience - Sebastopol

5-8pm -  A multi-sensory art experience - featuring music, art, film,
poetry & performances to benefit The Sebastopol Center for the Arts.

“The North Star serves as a reminder that we are all connected & part
of something greater than ourselves.”
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797




Sat, November 11th
Sun, November 12th

Sonoma County Holiday Gift & Extravaganza - Santa Rosa

Saturday, 11/11 - 10am-4pm & Sunday, 11/12 - 10am-4pm.
At our show you are in charge. You get to choose which exhibitors
to “interview” & then compare their offers face-to-face.
We take away the fear of the hard-sell stranger invading your home
after that 1-800 appointment you made, or that list recommendation
web site you clicked on.  You will be able to evaluate your potential
source on your terms.  If the fit is not there, you move on to find just
the right professional somewhere else at the show.  Thousands of attendees have even made our Home Shows an annual experience. They get to know many of our exhibitors & even become casual friends with some.
Then, when ready to proceed on a project, they have greater confidence,
which can ultimately save time & money. 
By California State Law,
all of our exhibitors requiring licenses are checked for good
standing with the state licensing board. This gives you another measure of confidence.

Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa

Fri, November 24th
Sun, December 24th

Cirque de Boheme. New 2023 Circus Winter Show !

Ten years ! The Cirque de Boheme has been setting up shop at Cornerstone Garden in Sonoma for ten years now. Ten years of laughter and emotions shared with you and with thousands of spectators in the heart of this welcoming wine valley!

To celebrate this anniversary, Cirque de Boheme returns to Sonoma this winter with a new show full of surprises and novelties. Come celebrate this anniversary by discovering this new show called “Consolamentum” with its international troupe of artists including: magician, trapeze dance, flying pole, contortionist, acrobat, aerial duo, dancer and more! An extraordinary cast in the service once again of an atypical story. This unique cocktail will transport the public to a distant era.

As every year for ten years, the mysterious Bohemian of Cirque de Boheme will guide the spectators through the corridors of time. And this year they will join a mysterious Knight who awaits them at the dawn of the year 1123, in the heart of medieval Europe! From November 24, 25 and 26 and December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 2023. (Shows every day at 1 pm, 3 pm, and 5 pm.)

And don't forget… your childhood dreams are still alive! Please be free to spray this info to your family and friends.Tickets are available online at the following link:

This year for more comfort, we have decided to reduce the number of places. Do not hesitate to reserve your places in advance to be sure to have the places you want.

Location: Cornerstone Garden


Phone: 7073633601

Sat, December 9th

9th Annual Blanket Drive - Coddingtown, Santa Rosa

10am-2pm - At Coddingtown Center breezeway
(between Starbucks & Target).

Bring your new & gently used (and washed) blankets.