Calendar

Today
thru
Sun, March 3rd

Love me, License Me - Santa Rosa

Licensing, along with microchips & engraved ID tags, help ensure your beloved companion will find thei way home if ever lost.
As part of our time-limited fee waiver, when you purchase a dog license ($26 for altered animals & $100 for unaltered animals), there are no late fees & no penalties.
(707) 565-7100
http://www.theanimalshelter.org


Today
thru
Sun, March 3rd

Museum marks Black History Month - Petaluma

For complete details of events, dates, time, etc..
http://www.petalumamuseum.com


Today
thru
Wed, March 6th

Open Call for VOLUNTEERS

We will Teach You What You Need to Know!
Train as Adult Tour Docents to guide groups through the Garden. Docent training begins Wednesday, March 6.
Learn more about plants & then share that knowledge with others.  No botanical or horticulture experience is necessary, just a passion for gardening & a desire to enrich the publics experience of our extraordinary garden.

Training held on 6 consecutive Wednesdays, March 6 - April 10, 9:30am-12:30pm.
Quarryhill Botanical Garden
(707) 996-6027  
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/volunteer.html


Today
thru
Thu, February 28th

Celebrating the Month of Love - Windsor Town Green

Let Windsor create the ambiance to make wonderful memories while you shop, dine, taste & relax. Share the love in Windsor!
https://www.townofwindsor.com/338/Special-Events


Today
thru
Tue, March 12th

Photography from around the world - Cotati

Redwood Cafe
8240 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati
(707) 795-7868
http://www.redwoodcafe.com


Today
thru
Fri, March 22nd

HEALING THE ENVIRONMENT - Santa Rosa

SOFA Arts District

The paintings, photography, sculpture & natural objects by Sonoma County & Bay Area artists are personal statements on the environment.  The artwork is their visual commentary of how nature is being challenged by humanity & how to protect & heal our common home.
Santa Rosa Arts Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa
(707) 293-6051
http://www.santarosaartscenter.org
 


Today
thru
Mon, April 15th

GLORIA BARRON PRIZE FOR YOUNG HEROES

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes celebrates inspiring, public-spirited young people from across the U.S. & Canada.  The Barron Prize annually honors 25 outstanding young leaders ages 8-18 who have made a significant positive difference to people & the environment.
15 top winners each receive $10,000 to support their service work or higher education.  Applications are accepted online only and are due by April 15th.
http://www.barronprize.org/apply


Today
thru
Sat, April 20th

See Something, Say Something Exhibit - Santa Rosa

Featuring work by David Huffman, Linda Vallejo & Evri Kwong. 
Admission: $7-$10/Adults, Free/Children 12 & under.
Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St.,
(707) 579-1500
http://www.museumsc.org


Today
thru
Sun, February 17th

Underneath The Lintel - Cinnabar Theater

A funny, endearing, clever, beautifully written story about..... us w/ a capital U.
(707) 763-8920
http://www.cinnabartheater.org


Today
thru
Sun, April 28th

Spring Schedule of Screenings - SSU

All Screenings are in Warren Auditorium, Ives Hall on the Sonoma State University Campus
in Rohnert Park.  Suggested Ticket Donation: $5/Per Person.
$5/Parking Fee on ALL SSU Lots.
For complete Schedule:
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 664-2606
http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi


Today
thru
Mon, May 20th

Peanuts Strip Exhibit

"Without Words" - 70 original Peanuts Strips.
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Today
thru
Sun, February 17th

HAMLET - Rohnert Park

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


Today
thru
Thu, February 28th

Oral Health & the Opioid Epidemic - Sonoma County

The opioid epidemic is affecting countless lives, including young adults.  Did you know that approximately 45% of opioid prescriptions to adolescents are made by dentists, often after wisdom teeth removal?  These drugs carry risks. But you can help reduce your risk – or the risk for a loved one – if prescribed an opioid, ask your dentist to consider limiting prescriptions to 3 days, using over-the-counter pain relievers * properly disposing of unused medications.
http://www.shatterproof.org


Today
thru
Sun, March 10th

Then Came the Dog - Santa Rosa

Traces the evolution of Snoopy & the influences that brought him to life.
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Today
thru
Fri, December 20th

Farmers Market - Sonoma

9am-12:30pm - Year round.
Arnold Field Parking Lot
241 First St. West, Sonoma


Today
thru
Thu, February 28th

LGBTQ Youth Groups in Santa Rosa & Sonoma Valley

This is for youth ages 14-24 to create a safe & fun space to get to know LGBTQ youth in their area & support each other.  This is great for young people looking to get involved & find a loving community. Santa Rosa hosts their youth group on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month, while Sonoma Valley hosts their youth group on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month.  Drop-Ins welcome.
(707) 251-9432 
http://www.lgbtqconnection.org


Today
thru
Wed, March 6th

Open Call for VOLUNTEERS

Horticulture Background is Not Required, We will Teach You What You Need to Know!
Train as Adult Tour Docents to guide groups through the Garden. Docent training begins Wednesday, March 6.
Learn more about plants & then share that knowledge with others.  No botanical or horticulture experience is necessary, just a passion for gardening & a desire to enrich the publics experience of our extraordinary garden.

Training held on 6 consecutive Wednesdays, March 6 - April 10, 9:30am-12:30pm. 
Quarryhill Botanical Garden
(707) 996-6027  
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/volunteer.html


Today
thru
Sat, February 16th

Coin Show - Santa Rosa

2/15, 10am-6pm, 2/16, 10am-4pm.
Professional Dealers, Door Prizes, Silver Drawing every hour.  Also an all gold coin drawing to be held on Sat., 2/16 at 4pm.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
E. L. Finley Hall
1350 Bennett Valley Rd.
(707) 585-3711


Today
thru
Sun, February 17th

Go Figure - Sebastopol

Figurative work selected by juror Sandy Frank.
This show celebrates interpretations of the human figure.
Exhibit runs through 2/17/19.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
https://sebarts.org


Today
thru
Sat, February 23rd

Sign up today for the Freedom Jazz Choir

Last reherseal  ( Feb. 23) before the March 1 Concert at the Raven Performing Arts Theater.  Once again Marcus Shelby & Tiffany Austin will guide us in performance of this years theme, “Bessie Smith, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington & the Blues.”
https://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org/freedom-jazz-choir-2019/?utm_source=FULL+FESTIVAL&utm_campaign=a652a7f460-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_12_05_10_38&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9a8651d05a-a652a7f460-


Today
thru
Sun, March 31st

Volunteer Needed at the Luther Burbank Home/Garden

.... to join us as Gardeners, Docents & Gift Shop Salespeople.
Training to in Feb/March for our Tour Seasoning opening April 2019
(707) 524-5445
http://www.lutherburbank.org


Today
thru
Sun, May 5th

A Sense of Place Exhibit - Healdsburg

Wed-Sun, 11am-4pm - Features Contemporary & Historic artworks side-by-side, in a variety of mediums: photography, plus paintings in oil, pastel, watercolor and acrylic, as well as some of the Museums treasured Pomo baskets.
Healdsburg Museum
221 Matheson St.,
https://www.healdsburgmuseum.org


Today
thru
Wed, March 6th

Volunteer at Sebastopol Center for the Arts

Love art? The award-winning Sebastopol Center for the Arts has openings for Gallery Assistants. Working a minimum of 2 shifts per month, from Receptionist duties in the beautiful, ever-changing gallery to attending Opening Nights & special events.  No experience necessary. Looking for friendly, reliable people with good communication skills & basic computer knowledge.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., (Veterans Building)
(707) 829-4707
http://www.sebarts.org


Today
thru
Fri, March 29th

Exhibition & Competition - Santa Rosa

Featuring the Artwork of 200 local Artists of all ages & backgrounds!  
Awards Reception - March 3, 3-5pm
Cash Prizes & Art Supply Gift Certificates will be presented by Mayor Tom Schwedhelm.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3737
http://www.srcity.org/arts


Today
thru
Wed, March 27th

2019 Citizens Academy

Wednesday Evenings 6-9pm.
10 consecutive weeks beginning March 27-May 29.

Sign up for a free, informative & interactive, inside look at the Sheriffs Office.  Tours include the jail, coroners office, dispatch & more!  Learn about communications, patrol procedures, crime prevention, criminal law, police ethics, the correctional system, investigations & our specialty units like our helicopter Henry1 & CSI.
2796 Ventura Ave,Santa Rosa
(707) 565-7398


Today
thru
Mon, April 1st

Sonoma County Library Events

For the the complete list of events:
http://www.sonomalibrary.org


Today
thru
Sun, March 3rd

Museum marks Black History Month - Petaluma

For complete details of events, dates, time, etc..
http://www.petalumamuseum.com


Today
thru
Thu, February 28th

FeBREWary Celebration - Santa Rosa

The Celebration runs February 1-28 2019.
Pick up passports at participating breweries, Wilibees, Brew & the CA Welcome Center. Take your passport to each of the participating Breweries & receive a stamp (no purchase necessary).
Collect at least 9 of the brewery stamps (including the 1 Free Stamp), then take completed passport to The CA Welcome Center & choose your prize!
CA Welcome Center / Visit Santa Rosa
Historic Railroad Square
9 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
800-404-7673
https://www.visitsantarosa.com/beerpassport


Today
thru
Sun, March 3rd

Love me, License Me - Santa Rosa

Licensing, along with microchips & engraved ID tags, help ensure your beloved companion will find thei way home if ever lost.
As part of our time-limited fee waiver, when you purchase a dog license ($26 for altered animals & $100 for unaltered animals), there are no late fees & no penalties.
(707) 565-7100
http://www.theanimalshelter.org


Today

Windsor Crab Feed

Enjoy a scrumptious Menu of all-you-can-eat Dinner of freshly Cracked Crab, Pasta, Salad & Bread. 
Dancing, Silent & Live Auction, as well as a No-Host Bar & DJ!   This event benefits the afterschool, sports & summer programming that our Clubs offer to over 3,200 youth every day.
Windsor Clubhouse Gym
9640 Brooks Rd., S, Windsor
(707) 528-7977
http://www.bgccsc.org 


Today

Live Jazz - Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm -  Carlos Herrera Latin Trio.
Latin Fusion playing a mix of Rumba, Samba Boleros  & more.
Hotel Healdsburg
25 Matheson Ave.,
(707) 431-7188
http://www.healdsburgjazz.org


Today

Crab Feed - Penngrove

5:45pm - Crab. Pasta, Salad, Bread & a no-host Bar.
Tickets" $50.
Penngrove Community Clubhouse
385 Woodward St.
(707) 794-1516


Today

Onye & The Messengers - Occidental

7:30pm - Renowned Nigerian percussionist Onye Onyemaechi leads this electrifying Afro beat band comprised of many well known local musicians. Enjoy a multi-cultural blend of hypnotic trance-dance music & rhythms that will move your body & soul with authentic tribal beats & spirit!
Dance space & great acoustics.
Tickets: $15/Advance, $19/Door.
Refreshments for sale. Black History Month exhibit in OCA Art Gallery.  Wheelchair accessible.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Today
thru
Sun, February 17th

Cat Show - Santa Rosa

9am-5pm - Both Days.
Tickets: $6/Adults, $4/Kids 6-12 yrs old, Free/Kids 5 & under.
Adoptable cats & kittens, Cat Toys, Furniture, Gifts, Jewelry & more!
Santa Rosa Fairgrounds
http://www.srcatshow.com


Today

Sweethearts Fairytale Dance - Cotati

6-8pm - Parents to bring a child to dance.
Dress up encouraged.  
Cotati Room
216 East School St.,
(Behind City Hall).
http://www.cotaticity.org


Today

8th Annual Polenta Feed - Santa Rosa

5:30pm/Happy Hour, 6:30pm/Dinner, Auction & Dancing.  Benefititing the SRJC Foundation Bear Cub Athletic Trust.  Tickets: $25
All proceeds go to support over 500 fulltime SRJC student-athletes by funding travel, meals, uniforms & recognitions.
Lawrence A. Bertolini Student Center
on the Santa Rosa Campus 
https://santarosajc.ejoinme.org/BCATPolentaFeed


Today
thru
Sun, February 17th

Rumble in the Jungle - Safari West

11:30am-5:30pm - ADULTS ONLY Tour & Presentation
exploring mating practices of wild animals.
Tickets: $165.
Safari West
(707) 566-3667
http://www.safariwest.com


Today

I Am Able - Santa Rosa

1-5pm - Community Dance Performances & Workshops for all ages & abilities. 
Free to attend.
Old Courthouse Square
http://www.eventbrite.com


Today

Montgomery Elementary School Fundraiser

5-9pm - Pasta Dinner, Garlic Bread & Dessert - $10/Per Plate.  Beer & Wine for 21+ with Valid I.D.
Dinner, Music & the largest Raffle of the year!
Music by Rowdy River Special.
Cazadero Volunteer Fire Dept. Fire House
5980 Cazadero Hwy, Cazadero


Today

SIDEMEN - Petaluma

7pm - The 6 piece Bands Special Guests will be Bassist Gio Benedetti & Steve Carter on keys.
Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-5133
http://www.redbrickrestaurants.com


Today
thru
Mon, February 18th

Sidewalk Sale - Montgomery Village

Hours: Saturday, 10am-6pm, Sunday, 11am-5pm & Monday, 10am-6pm.
Hwy 12 at Farmers Lane, Santa Rosa
http://www.mvshops.com
 


Today

Live Music - River Rock Casino

8:15pm-12:15am - KA your DJ.  No Cover.
3250 Hwy. 128
(707) 857-2772


Today

CPR Classe - Geyserville

9am-12/Noon  - American Heart Assocation compression only course (no mouth-to-mouth).
No Certificate provided.
Geyserville Fire Station
20975 Geyserville Ave.,
(707) 857-4374


Today

BBQ Chicken & Spaghetti Feed - Santa Rosa

5:30-8pm - Presented by Italian Catholic Federation.
Tickets: $15/Adults, $8/Kids 12 & under.
St Peters Catholic Church
Reali Hall
491 S. Franklin St.
(707) 894-4470


Today

Peanuts Family Album - Santa Rosa

2pm - Mr. Schulz created over 70 original characters for Peanuts. Andrew Farago, author of The Complete Peanuts Family Album & curator at SF Cartoon Art Museum, joins a panel of special guests to look back at some of their favorite forgotten Peanuts characters.  Cost: included with General Admission.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Today

Taste Route 116 - Russian River

10am-4pm - Visit 15 Wineries in the Russian River Valley - offering 15 different winery-related experiences, from blind tastings to blending to lessons in the vineyard.  Ticket includes one 2-hour seminar, tastings at all 15 wineries & a Taste Route 116 logo glass. 
Cost: $45/Wine Club Members, $60/General.
Hwy 116, Sonoma County
(323) 447-6998
http://www.tasteroute116.com


Sun, February 17th

Chinese New Year - Sonoma

12/Noon-4pm - Sonoma Sisters Cities Celebration; Live Music, Lion & Dragon Dances, Chinese Banquet.
$88/Per Person.
Jacuzzi Family Vineyards
(707) 938-4626
http://www.svbo.org


Sun, February 17th

Piano Concert for Valentine's - Glen Ellen

2pm - Classical Favorites to warm the romantic heart, played on
Charmaian Londons 1901 Steinway!
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.
House of Happy Wall
2400 London Ranch Rd., Glen Ellen


Sun, February 17th

1st Irish Hooley & Social - Petaluma

2-6pm - Singing, Dancing & might Craic.
Tickets: $20/Adults, Free/Kids 12 & under w/ Adult Supervision.
518 B St., Petaluma
(707) 280-1235


Mon, February 18th
thru
Tue, March 26th

Jazz & Wine Dinners - Healdsburg

MONDAY & TUESDAYS through March, enjoy a "Neighbors Menu" for only $36 - ($54 w/ paired wines) - while enjoying local jazz musicians with your meal. (Order anything on the menu, the musicians will still be playing!)  Best of all, $2 from each meal will be donated to the Healdsburg Education Foundation.
Dry Creek Kitchen
314 Healdsburg Ave.,
(707) 431-0330
https://drycreekkitchen.com


Mon, February 18th
thru
Mon, March 18th

Tuturs Needed - Santa Rosa

Help children build the reading skills needed to succeed.
United Way of the Wine Country
75 Corporate Center Parkway, Suite 60
(707) 528-4485
http://www.unitedwaywinecountry.org/servlet/eAndar.article/17/Schools-of-Hope


Mon, February 18th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm - An Affair to Remember (1957).
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Wed, February 20th
thru
Wed, March 27th

Toddlers on Ice - Snoopy's Home Ice Arena

10:30-11:30am - For ages 18 Months - 4 years & their caregiver.  Every Wednesday has a different theme & games!
http://www.snoopyshomeice.com


Wed, February 20th

A Day in the Life of a Petaluma Ranch Family

7-8pm - Join us for a special screening of this 1925 film reel of the Thompson family on their ranch & learn more about our digital preservation efforts.  Light refreshments will be served.

Petaluma Historical Library & Museum
20 Fourth St., Petaluma
(Corner of 4th & B Street)
http://www.petalumamuseum.com


Thu, February 21st

Oaktown - Bodega Bay

5-8pm - An acoustic music duo, featuring internationally recognized singer/songwriters Alex Kash & Bethany Dalton-Kash, will perform at the

The music is wide in range of style & genre, including; original & familiar Rock, Jazz, Folk, Americana, Old School Soul, Motown, Reggae, Standards, Pop & more.
Bluewater Bistro in Bodega Bay
http://www.gratefulband.com


Thu, February 21st

Kinder Information Night - Santa Rosa

5:30-6:30pm - Now enrolling Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten.
Schaefer Charter School - Multi-Purpose Room
Call your School of choice directly to tour.
Olivet Charter School - (707) 522-3045,
Jack London Elementary School - (707) 522-3030,
Schaefer Charter School - (707) 522-3015.
http://www.pousd.org


Thu, February 21st
thru
Thu, February 28th

Art Jouranling Workshop - Sebastopol

Thursdays;  Feb  21, 28).  1-3pm - Scholarships available.

Explore your creative side!  Art Journaling is a visual diary, a creative personal journal & a place to record your thoughts, memories, emotions & ideas.  No experience necessary, just a willingness to explore & experiment.
Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-244
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Thu, February 21st

Laguna Greeter Training - Santa Rosa

6-7:30pm - Orientation
Connect with the community by providing event support at the Laguna Foundations classes and outings, as well as represent the Foundation at local events.  
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277 x100
http://lagunafoundation.org/index.html


Fri, February 22nd

Tattoos & Blues - Santa Rosa


Fri, February 22nd
thru
Sun, March 17th

Million Dollar Quartet - 6th Street Playhouse

All Star Cast!  All Star Show!
Step inside the recording studio to witness hits like “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Hound Dog,” and “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” being recorded for posterity.
(707) 523-4185
http://www.6thstreetPlayhouse.com


Fri, February 22nd
thru
Sun, March 31st

NOT JUST Landscapes, International Juried Exhibit

Opening reception, 2/22, 6-7:30pm.
Artwork, in a variety of media, reflecting scenery, in any style, from city scapes to nature views & more personal & imaginary visions including futuristic, environmental & psychological. 

Also featuring: Gallery II "Suspended Moments"
Santa Rosa Artist Valerie L. Winslow will be exhibiting a selection of her figurative oil paintings in Gallery II at SCA in a show titled “Suspended Moments”.  Her work contains narrative overtones of personal anecdote & social commentary including themes reflecting the current climate of the #MeToo Movement. 

Gallery III   "Light/Spirit/Reflect"
In "Light/Spirit/Reflect" Laurence Elias will be exhibiting imagery produced by printing, painting, & laser etching on laser cut mirrored acrylic sheets.  The starting points include explorations of light, reflectivity, transparency, repetition & geometric patterns & forms - to changes of viewer positioning & lighting, they are uncannily illusive of solid objects.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St.,
(Veterans Building) Sebastopol
(707) 829-4707
http://www.www.sebarts.org


Fri, February 22nd
thru
Sun, March 24th

13th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival

What could be better than Celebrity Chefs, World-Class Cheese, Chef Demonstrations, Pairings, Wine, Beer, Cider, Spirits & more all in 1 fun-filled weekend! 
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Vally Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 837-1928
https://www.artisancheesefestival.com/


Fri, February 22nd
thru
Sat, February 23rd

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

The Off-Broadway Hit Comedy!
Showcase Theater
(415) 473-6800
http://www.tickets.marincenter.org


Fri, February 22nd

4th Annual Desserts, Purses & Cocktails - Santa Ro

6:30-9:30pm - Save the Date.
Benefiting Volunteer Center of Sonoma County.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd.
(707) 546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Sat, February 23rd

4th Annual Healdsburg 5K Love Run

8am - TOUR DE HEALDSBURG WAREHOUSE DISTRICT.
The businesses there will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE to all participants & their families.
Fee: $30/13 & up, FREE/Kids 12 & under
333 Center St., Healdsburg
http://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=64311


Sat, February 23rd

Live Jazz - Hotel Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm - Just One Of Those Things: Music Inspired by Frank Sinatra  with the Rob Sudduth Quartet with Morris Acevedo-guitar, Eric Vogler-bass, Alex Aspinal-drums & Rob Sudduth, saxophone.
Hotel Healdsburg
25 Matheson Ave.,
(707) 431-7188
http://www.healdsburgjazz.org


Sat, February 23rd

Broadway Bash - Petaluma

6pm/Nibbles & Sips, 7pm/Show.
A Broadway Show Tunes Extravaganza.
Professional Actors & Singers together with the Best & Brightest from our Young Repertory.
Silent & Live Auctions, Appetizers, Treats & Libations.  Tickets: $75/Per Person.
Cinnabar Theater
3333 Petaluma Blvd North, Petaluma(
707) 763-8920
http://www.cinnabartheater.org/broadway-bash


Sat, February 23rd

Fairytale Ball - Santa Rosa

5-7pm - A dance party for kids (age 4-12) & their favorite chaperone!  Create a special memory with a fanciful “fairytale” theme as you dance to fun music, visit with a Hawaiian princess & enjoy fun activities.  Light refreshments will be served.
Finley Community Center
2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa
Cost: $35/Couple, must purchase in advance.
Additional Chaperone - $10/Additional Child.
Purchase tickets:
 https://srcity.perfectmind.com/23508/Clients/BookMe4LandingPages/CoursesLandingPage?widgetId=46fcbb49-69b9-43af-b23b-067fb8272c0c&embed=True&redirectedFromEmbededMode=True&courseId=83e247bb-6d99-4b80-a341-db63d4683027
 


Sat, February 23rd

Chinese New Year of the Pig Celebration/Fundraiser

5pm/Doors Open.
Presented by the Redwood Empire Chinese Assn.
Santa Rosa Vets Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 576-0533, (707) 528-0912


Sat, February 23rd

Art Time - Windsor

11:30am - for kids ages 3-7.
Kids will get to play freely with art & let out their creative side.  Supplies will be provided.
Windsor Library
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Bldg. 100
https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/windsor-regional-library
 


Sat, February 23rd

Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen - Occidental

7pm - This Folk Duo will delight you with their compelling interpretations of traditional & contemporary folk songs; with rich harmonies, accomplished guitar, banjo & concertina accompaniment & a good dose of humor.
Tickets: $18/Advance, $22/Door.  
Fefreshments for sale.  Wheelchair Accessible.
Occidental Center for the Arts
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, February 23rd

Gospel Brunch - Occidental

11am. Gospel Brunch!
Join us for a festive & inspirational event celebrating Black History Month featuring the Joyful Noise Gospel Choir & traditional Southern cooking by west countys own "Saucy Mama"!  
Tickets: $35/Adults; ages 14 & up. $15/Youth 9-13 years; Free/Kids 8 & under.  Wheelchair accessible.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
(707) 874-9392
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, February 23rd

Fishing in the City - Santa Rosa

9-11am - Join Santa Rosa Rec & Parks & SR Firefighters at Lake Ralphine for a morning of fishing!  Learn a fun & inexpensive way to spend quality time outdoors with your family & friends!
30 minute clinics will be offered which will cover all the basics.  Loaner rods will be provided.
Event is FREE!
SIGN UP NEAR THE BOAT LAUNCH AREA OF LAKE RALPHINE ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT.

Children should be 5 years & older & must be accompanied by an adult.  Licenses are not required to assist your child.  Fishing licenses are required for Adults 16 years & older who are wishing to fish.
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd
(707) 543-3298
https://srcity.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=743


Sat, February 23rd

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Napa

8pm,
Uptown Theatre
1350 Third St., Napa
(707) 259-0123
http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com


Sat, February 23rd

10th Annual Chili Bowl Fundraiser - Sonoma

Gourmet Chili by Local Chefs & a handcrafted Bowl to keep.  Cost: $30-$60.
Sonoma Community Center
276 E Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 938-4626 x1
http://www.sonomacountycenter.org


Sat, February 23rd

Anderson Valley White Wine Weekend

A Winter Weekend of Winemaker Dinners, Vineyard Tours, Special Brunches, Local Cuisine, Live Music & more!
http://www.avwines.com


Sun, February 24th

Immunity for Winter Wellness - Sebastopol

10am-2pm - Immunity for Winter Wellness
Physical & Spiritual Vitality Boosters
Presented By: Marla Steele, Pet Psychic & Reiki Master.  Jaime Jean Klocek, Health Mentor.
Elderberry Syrup Making Demo (everyone receives a jar).  Essential Oils for Digestion & Non-Toxic Living.  Flower Essences for Aura Hygiene.  Angels for Protection & Healing.  Energy Exercises to Claim Your Space.  Cost: $44.  Space is limited.
(707) 328-4997
http://www.HealingWithEnergy.com


Sun, February 24th

Red Carpet Evening 2019 - Soda Rock Winery

4-7pm - Silent Auction, Seated Dinner & airing of the OSCARS.  Tickets: $200/Per Person.
8015 CA - Hwy 28, Healdsburg
http://www.avfilmsociety.org


Sun, February 24th

National Tortilla Chip Day - Windsor

11am-1pm - Guacamole & Salsa Tasting Contest.
Vote for the most delicious in Windsor!
Cost: $5/Windsor Residents, $6/Non-Residents.
Must be 50+.
Windsor Senior Center
9231 Foxwood Dr.,
(707) 838-1250
http://www.townofwindsor.com


Sun, February 24th

Academy Awards Party - Sonoma

3:30pm/Doors Open, 4pm/Red Carpet Event, 5pm/ACADEMY AWARDS begin.  Tickets: $35/Per Person.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-9756
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Sun, February 24th

Fishing Derby - Santa Rosa

7:30-10:30am - Ready, set, FISH!  Join SR Rec & Parks for an exciting, fun-filled morning of fishing!  Prizes will be awarded for different age groups!  Fee: $3/Per Person.  For ages 15+.
SIGN UP NEAR THE BOAT LAUNCH AREA OF LAKE RALPHINE ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT!
Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian & must bring their own equipment! 
No boat fishing for contest participants.
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd.
(707) 543-3298
https://srcity.org/calendar.aspx?EID=744


Sun, February 24th

Japan Presentation - Windsor

5-7pm - Our Green Dog Representatives who recently returned from their visit in Japan will be hosting an evening to talk about their experiences & sharing what they learned.  For those who work or volunteer at shelters or rescues, train dogs, or are interested in animal welfare & the culture of Japan, this is a must see event!  Our 3 volunteers, Colleen, Laura & Tim will be happy to answer questions.  Admission is free, all ages are welcome & drinks & snacks will be provided.
Windsor Senior Center
9231 Foxwood Dr, Windsor
(707) 433-4377
http://www.greendogproject.org


Mon, February 25th

Foster, Adopt or Host/Mentor a Child or Youth

6-7pm - Discussion held monthly or
Hear from experienced Foster Parents, former Foster Youth & local Foster Care Agencies

Every day, 50-75 Sonoma County Children & Teens need a safe place to live in our community. There is an URGENT NEED for Foster Parents & Adoptive Families to open their homes to local Foster Children & give them a place they can feel safe, wanted & loved.
2255 Challenger Way, Suite 100, Santa Rosa
(707) 565-4274
http://www.sonomafostercare.org


Mon, February 25th
thru
Mon, March 11th

Educate yourself on all aspects end of life

This Seminar Series with Tess Lorraine is open to anyone & everyone, whether you want to be empowered at the end of life, or you want to provide care to others with knowledge & compassion.  Each class builds upon the next; however, you can also sign up for individual classes. Members: $8/Class; Non-Members: $10/Class

Designing Advanced Care Directives. (4 Mondays), 2/11-3/11 (no 2/18); 2:30-4:30pm.
Feb. 25: The changing nature of advance care directives.
Mar. 4: Important paperwork to have in order.
Mar. 11: Values & endings in final stages.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St., Sebastopol
707-829-2440
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Fri, March 1st
thru
Sun, March 10th

Childrens play of Alex & the Magic Staff

Shows: March 1 & 8- 7pm
March 2 & 9 - 1pm & 3:30pm
March 3 & 10 - 3pm
Steele Lane Community Center
415 Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
(805) 618-8871


Fri, March 1st

Peoples Music Benefit - Occidental

7:30pm - Featuring: Hoytus & New Paradise, Andy Graham, The Stoney Point Ramblers, Whispering Light, Washington Hill. MCd by Jim Corbett aka Mr. Music.  Admission: $15/Door.  Limited seating. Refreshments available - Wine & Beer for sale. Wheelchair Accessible.  
This event benefits 100% our non profit arts organization staffed by volunteers.
3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Fri, March 1st

Marcus Shelby Quintet - Healdsburg

7-9pm - Featuring Kim Nalley & the HJF Freedom Jazz Choir.  Explore the history of big-band blues with the Marcus Shelby Quintet - featuring Kim Nalley & the Freedom Jazz Choir!
Raven Theater, Healdsburg
http://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org


Fri, March 1st
thru
Fri, May 3rd

First Friday Film Series - Schulz Museum

3/1 - Dirty Dozen, 
4/5 - Knute Rockne All American,
5/3 - The Getaway.
$5/Admission includes Popcorn & Candy.
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org/film-series


Sat, March 2nd

Pasta & Punchlines - Santa Rosa

5:30-9pm - A Comedy Show Benefiting The Boys/Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa.
Tickets: $45/Individual, $450/Reserved Table of 8.
1011 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa
(707) 542-3249
http://www.bgcsr.org


Sat, March 2nd

Crab Feed - Santa Rosa

Benefiting Elsie Allen High School Project Grad.
Center for Spiritual Living
2075 Occidental Rd.
(707) 495-4898 or  (707) 867-6254


Sat, March 2nd

Pasta & Music Night - Sebastopol

5:30-9pm - Enjoy Pasta, Salad, Bread, Drinks & Dessert while being serenaded by small independent ensembles led by the many multi-talented students within the Analy High School Instrumental Music program. 
Beer & Wine will also be available for purchase.
A Silent Auction will feature select & distinctive Sonoma County Wines & merchandise not to be missed.  All proceeds support Analy High Schools Music Program.
Tickets: $20/Adults, $5/Child (6-12). 
Advance Tickets available on the Analy Band Wagon website:
http://www.analybandwagon.org
Masonic Lodge
373 N. Main St. Sebastopol
(707) 824-2337      


Sun, March 3rd

Trinity Irish Dance Company - LBC

7pm - Dazzling audiences with its hard-driving percussive power, lightning-fast agility & aerial grace.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd.,
(707) 546-546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Tue, March 5th

11th Annual Transition Fair - Santa Rosa

3-6pm - This free event is designed to help Students & their Families learn about services for individuals with special needs as they transition from School-Based Programs to Adulthood. 
Special Education Students in Middle School, High School & post-secondary programs & their Families are invited to attend.  Spanish interpreters will be available.
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 569-2030


Tue, March 5th

Mardi Gras Masque & Costume Ball

7pm - Hosted by Randy, Judy, Jonathan & Healdsburg ALIVE!
Join us for a night of madness before the austerity of Lent begins!  Celebrate Fat Tuesday in unison with Rio de Janeiro & New Orleans, come out & Samba with our Samba Dancers!  Dance under party lights to smooth Mardi Gras music.

Costumes & Masques encouraged.  Plus a prize for the Best Costume.

Suggested Donation: $20/Per Person at the door. All net proceeds to benefit Green Dog Rescue Project for their innovative & world renowned concept for rescuing, socializing & housing rescue dogs waiting for their "forever family."
Wine, Beer & Sparkling Wine available for purchase by the glass from Grapeseed.
Paul Mahder Gallery
222 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg
http://www.paulmahdergallery.com


Fri, March 8th
thru
Sat, March 9th

Fishing Tackle, Duck Decoy Sporting Show

Hours:  3/8, 9am-5pm, 3/9, 8am-3pm.
Buy, Sell, Trade - No Guns & No Ammo.
Free appraisals.
Admission: $5/Per Person, Free Parking.
Santa Rosa Veterans Bldg.
1351 Maple Ave.,
(707) 888-7935
http://www.redsshow.com


Fri, March 8th
thru
Sun, March 17th

“All the Great Books (Abridged)”

Presented by The SRJC Theatre Arts.
Show recommended for ages 13+ above & will be shown on select dates & Newman Auditorium on the Santa Rosa Campus. 
March 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16 at 8pm.
March 10, 16, 17 at 2pm. 
(707) 527-4307
Tickets online:
https://theatrearts.santarosa.edu/buy-tickets-online-0  


Sat, March 9th

Arbor Day Tree Planting Party - Santa Rosa

9am-12/Noon - Come celebrate Arbor Day & plant trees with Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks! 
Learn about trees & why they are good for our urban & natural environments.  After the tree planting, cake will be served to honor Luther Burbanks Birthday.  This free family-friendly event is held rain or shine -- trees like the rain!

This year we will be hosting 2 tree planting parties.  Please join us at one of the following locations:
1) Mesquite Park (2250 Mesquite Drive) OR
2) Northwest Community Park (2880 W. Steele Lane)
http://srcity.org/arborday


Sat, March 9th

All-You-Can-Eat Polenta Feed - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - Polenta, Meat/Vegan Sauces, Appetizers, Salad, Bread & Desserts by Chef Randy Apel.
Silent & Live Auction - No Host Bar.
Tickets: $30/Per Person.
St. Eugene Becker Center
2323 Montgomery Dr.,
(707) 546-6764
http://www.polenta.eventbrite.com


Sun, March 10th

Poet Meets Pianist - Geyserville

3pm - Optional home & sculpture tour,
4-6 pm - Featuring Poet Dana Gioia & Pianist Helen Sung donating their time & talents in support of Healdsburg Jazz, in an intimate performance at a unique Geyserville home. Only 50 tickets available for this remarkable event.  Tickets: $250/per person, tax deductible.  Valet parking will be available
Voigt Family Ranch, Geyserville
(directions provided upon ticket purchase)
http://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org


Wed, March 13th

Film & Discussion Evening - Sebastopol

6pm/Doors Open, 6:30-9pm - "Sea of Trees" starring Mathew McConaughy, Naomi Watts, Ken Watenabe.
When his wife (Watts) dies, Arthur Brennan (McConaughy) treks to the base of Mt Fuji to Aokigahara, aka “The Sea of Trees” & “The Suicide Forest” where he meets Takumi Nakamura (Watanabe) who got lost.  Their journey of reflection & survival re-ignites Arthurs will to live & his love for his wife.
Sebastopol Grange
6000 Hwy 12,
Final Passages
(707) 824-0268
http://www.finalpassages.org


Thu, March 14th

Greg Brown - Sebastopol

6:45pm/Doors Open, 7:30pm/Show.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St Sebastopol
(707) 823-1511
http://www.seb.org


Fri, March 15th

The Backlot Project: John Cusack w/ High Fidelity

7:30pm - Join John Cusack for a screening of “High Fidelity” on the big screen followed by a LIVE conversation regarding his career & the making of the film.  Fans will get the opportunity to experience a moderated discussion, with John answering audience questions!
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org
 


Fri, March 15th

St Patty's Day Lunch

11:30am-1pm - Join Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks for a wee-bit of lunch to celebrate the Luck of the Irish in Room 5 at the Person Senior Wing!  Pre-registration is required.  This event is for ages 50+.
Cost $5/Members, $10/Non-Members.
Person Senior Wing (2060 W. College Ave)
(707) 543-3745
http://www.srcity.org


Sat, March 16th
thru
Sat, July 13th

Nature Walk Series - Quarryhill, Gken Ellen

10am-Noon - 3/16, 4/27, 6/8 & 7/13.
Led by Quarryhill Docent Kathleen Aspenns.
The sequence of walks has been carefully scheduled so participants can experience rare wild plants in full bloom.  Fee: $15/Members, $20/Non-Members.
(707) 996-3166
12841 Highway 12, Glen Ellen
ADVANCE REGISTRATION:
http://www.quarryhillbg.org/page174.html


Sat, March 16th

DGIN - Sebastopol

7:30pm - High energy dance band playing original songs & international covers. 
Enjoy a mix of Flamenco, Latin, French Cafe, Reggae & Funk.
Their passionate music & superb musicianship is guaranteed to have everyone on the dance floor.
Tickets: $15/Advance, $20/Door, $10/Students, Free/Kids 10 & under.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., Sebastopol
(707) 829-4797
http://www.sebarts.org


Sat, March 16th

The Black Brothers Band - Occidental

8pm - Charismatic scions of Irelands famous singing Black family - Michael & Shay- bring their fine band featuring famed pianist Eamonn Flynn (The Commitments) with dynamic accordion player Felim Egan.  Tickets: $24/Advance, $28/Door.
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sat, March 16th

Norwegian Folk Dancers - Santa Rosa

5pm - Performing at the annual Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner.  
Tickets: $27/Non-Members $22/Members $10/Kids 8-14.  Nordahl Grieg Leikarring will perform & teach in traditional Norwegian costumes.
Join the fun & enjoy a delicious dinner!
Freya Lodge Sons of Norway
617 W. 9th St.,
Reservations Required:
http://www.freyalodge.org


Sat, March 16th

Pine Flat History Walk - Geyserville

9am-12/Noon - Meet at Pine Flat Road & Red Winery Road.
Join Author & Local Historian Joe Pelanconi
RSVP required--Suggested Donation $20/Per Person.
Online Registration Required:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pine-flat-history-with-author-and-local-historian-joe-pelanconi-tickets-53463902973


Sat, March 16th

Jiggs & Maggie Dinner - Geyserville

5-8pm - Hosted by Geyserville Odd Fellows Lodge #176.  Tickets: $25/Per Person - includes Food, Drink & Music.  A Fundraiser for the Odd Fellows & will benefit their scholarships for Geyserville New Tech Academy as well as the John Capitani Scholarship.
https://geyservillechamber.com


Sun, March 17th

Tule Berry-Gathering Basket Workshop - Santa Rosa

9:30am-3:30pm - With Master Weaver, Charlie Kennard.  Enjoy a delightful day full of hands-on learning in Heron Hall & around the peaceful Laguna Environmental Center grounds.  Using tule, (a giant species of sedge native to the Laguna & freshwater marshes all over North America), we will weave an Owens Valley Paiute-style scoop-shaped basket.  This basket was used for gathering berries & for storing honey-dew collected from the leaves of common reed. S everal unusual weaving techniques will be practiced during this workshop. Previous experience with twining is recommended. Suitable for Adults & Teenagers.  All basket-making materials are included in the registration fee. 
900 Sanford Rd.,
(707) 527-9277
http://www.lagunafoundation.org


Sun, March 17th

6th Annual Drink for the Dogs Fundraiser

8am-8pm - Celebrate big & benefit our rescue dogs at the same time.

Green Dog will be celebrating at this fundraiser with games galore.  There will be multiple prize drawings going all day long, silent auction, wine game drawings, games for children & much more!
Healdsburg Bar & Grill
(707) 433-4377
http://www.greendogproject.org


Sun, March 17th
thru
Sun, September 8th

Peace, Love & Woodstock - Santa Rosa

Woodstock may be the smallest Peanuts character, but he has a huge presence in the strip.  In this exhibition, take a trip through the life of Woodstock—from namesake to nest—in celebration of the 1969 Music Festivals 50th Anniversary. 
Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Sun, March 17th

St. Patricks Day 5K - Santa Rosa

11am - Annual themed run/walk race open to all ages & abilities. The race is chip-timed & participants will receive a commemorative mug with a beverage fill-up at the finish line!
Stick around after the race for the post-run celebration complete with a judged costume contest, fun activities & music & entertainment! Race awards will take place in Old Courthouse Square post-race. 
http://www.FleetFeetSantaRosa.com


Mon, March 18th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm - Arsenic & Old Lace (1944)
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Wed, March 20th

Women in Conversation:Tracee Ellis Ross

6:30pm - Well-known Actress, Comedian, TV Host & a social advocate for equity, who uses her voice & vast social influence as an advocate for joy & self-acceptance &  inclusivity.  Also a volunteer intent on making a difference in the lives of teenage girls.  Currently starring in Black-ish. The program will also feature 2 inspiring young women whose actions in our local community have helped improve the lives of others.
Tickets: $58/General.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org


Sun, March 24th

Art History Afternoons - Sebastopol

1:30-3:30pm - How is a painting worth $450 million!  Todays “high” art market is a connivance of money & mayhem.  Artists, dealers, collectors & auction houses all have a hand in works selling in the millions of millions.  Looking at images of works, we will consider artists, such as, Richard Diebenkorn, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Francis Bacon, Cindy Sherman, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock & Mark Rothko.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
http://www.sebarts.com


Sun, March 24th

Sunday Jazz - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - The Peter Welker Sextet will be featuring Special Guest vocalist Jeff Oster.
Red Brick
101 2nd St #190, Petaluma
(707) 559-5133
http://wwww.redbrickrestaurants.com


Wed, March 27th
thru
Sun, March 31st

22nd Annual Sonoma International Film Fest

http://www.sonomafilmfest.org


Thu, March 28th
thru
Sun, March 31st

SEBASTOPOL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

March 28-31, 2019
Features 67 films, from 35 countries over 4 days on 8 screens, including the Rialto Cinema.

From over 400 films screened by 28 screeners, lead programmer Jean McGlothlin & team created this years film festival program with careful attention to all submissions.  
http://www.sebastopolfilmfestival.org


Thu, March 28th

The Sacred Sriptless Tour - San Rafael

7:30pm - Armed with nothing but their sharp wit, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” stars Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood take to the stage with their uproarious live improv show.

They improvise new material every night from audience suggestions & participation. “Interactive” in every sense of the word, Colin & Brad will take the audience on a comedic high-wire act....just like a live version of Whose Line!  Get ready for a night of non-stop laughter for all ages! 
Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael
http://www.colinandbradshow.com


Fri, March 29th

Kip Moore - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - His Top 20 single “Last Shot” is the 2nd taken from his revered 3rd studio album SLOWHEART & follows his 4th No. 1 hit “More Girls Like You.” Catch his acoustic tour for all his latest hits, plus his DOUBLE PLATINUM breakout hit “Somethin Bout A Truck” & more!
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org


Sat, March 30th

The Big Event Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

EAT ~ PLAY ~ BID!
The Biggest event of the year & will include Dinner, Silent Auction & Raffle, Casino Entertainment, Dancing & more!
All Benefiting John B. Riebli Elementary School.
Legends 
Bennett Valley Golf Course, Santa Rosa
School Phone: (707) 524-2980
mwusd.org/District/Department/3-John-B-Riebli-Elementary


Sat, March 30th
thru
Sun, March 31st

Educational Orchid Exposition & Sale - Santa Rosa

3/30, 10am-5pm & 3/31, 10am-4pm.
Benefits the SC Orchid Society.  A weekend full of fun, education & beautiful blooming orchids to admire, photograph & purchase!  Fun for the whole family!

Admission: $8/Door (Look for $1 off coupon in the PD & our advertising postcards),
Free/Kids 12 & under.  Plenty of free parking.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg.,
1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa
Advance Tickets: $7/Online:

https://www.eventbrite.com/edit?eid=55770723736


Sat, March 30th

Crab in the Cave - DEERFIELD Ranch Winery, Kenwood

6:30-9:30pm - Pasta, Green Salad, Wine, Beer, Dessert, Silent & Live Auction.
Tickets: $75/Per Person.
All proceeds benefit local Sonoma Valley Schools & Community projects as well as International Clean Water, Sanitation & Educational Programs.
DEERFIELD Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood
http://www.crabinthecave.bpt.me


Mon, April 1st
thru
Sun, July 14th

6th Street Playhouse School of Drama

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


Sat, April 6th

Pick of the Vine - Santa Rosa

A Benefit for Senior Advocacy Services.
Guests are invited to savor Tastings from over 30 Wineries, Craft Breweries & indulge in Local Culinary Bites. 
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
http://www.pickofthevine.org


Thu, April 11th

Home Freee - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - The all vocal (a cappella) country music sensation is bringing Nashville country standards & country-dipped pop hits.  The band comes to town on the heels of their most recent full-length album release, TIMELESS, bringing with them new music & new humor every night.

They have become a household name, amassing more than 250-million YouTube views & entertaining more than 350,000 people live in concert since bursting on the national scene in 2013.  The 5-man band has become known for their show-stopping performances that mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa,

(707) 546-3600

http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Thu, April 11th

Home Free - Santa Rosa

8pm - This all vocal (a cappella) country music sensation is bringing Nashville country standards & country-dipped pop hits to Sonoma County!
The 5-man band has become known for their show-stopping performances that mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/


Fri, April 12th

Buddy Guy - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

8pm - Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Buddy Guy has received 7 Grammys, a 2015 Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award, 34 Blues Music Awards (the most any artist has received) & more!
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org


Sat, April 13th

The IPA 10k & Beer Mile Invitational - Sebastopol

7:50am-1pm - This fun event celebrates the Nor-Cal craft brew scene with a festive & scenic 10k race.  Post-race is a music filled Beer festival & the Beer Mile Invitational.

Run the 10k or just attend the Beerfest! 
Festival tickets available the month prior to event.  This scenic 6.2 mile loop course started & finishes in the center of The Barlow, an artisan marketplace located in downtown Sebastopol, CA. Set in the heart of Northern Californias renowned beer country the course takes runners out on country roads past farms, vineyards & open space fields & then brings runners back into town on the paved West County & Rodota Trails for a picturesque finish on McKinley St. in The Barlow.
https://www.ipa10k.com/index.php


Sat, April 13th
thru
Sun, April 14th

Apple Blossom Festival & Parade - Sebastopol

10am - Parade on Saturday, followed by live music, food, crafts, childrens games, art show, wine & more!  The fun carries on Sunday (10am-6pm) with the festival & the Blues Music Explosion, featuring Headliner Joe Louis Walker & Bands from nearby & around the country.  Also visit the Art Show & Reception next door in the Sebastopol Center for the Arts. 
Admission: $10/Adults, $8/Seniors, Students 10-17, 
FREE/Kids 10 & under.
Ives Park & Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 South High St., Sebastopol
(707)  823-3032
https://www.appleblossomfest.com


Sat, April 13th

It Only Hurts When I DON'T Laugh - Santa Rosa

6:45pm - VIP Giggler Reception,
7:30pm - Comedy Show,
9:15pm - Desserts & Coffee Bar.
Tickets: $25/General Admission, $100/Includes the Reception.
The Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Ave.,
(707) 528-4222
http://www.jccsoco.org


Sun, April 14th
thru
Fri, April 26th

Music of Life, Love & Laughter - 2 Locations

April 14, 3pm
Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa

 

April 25, 7pm
April 26, 7pm
Healdsburg Community Churh
1100 University, Healdsburg

 

Tickets: $15/Adults, $5/Students/Children.
http://www.healdsburgchorus.com


Mon, April 15th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm -Airplane (1980)
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Wed, April 17th

Art History Afternoons

1:30-3:30pm - Novelist, poet & playwright Gertrude Stein & her brothers were avid art collectors.  As she modestly comments, without her patronage
some of the artists & writers that she promoted might not have emerged as they did to eventually take over the art world.  With her life partner Alice B Toklas, their famous Paris Salon hosted the likes of Picasso & Matisse, artists whose works were thought to be wildly odd.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
http://www.sebarts.com


Fri, April 26th

24th Annual Polenta Feed - Santa Rosa

5:30pm/Social, 7pm/Dinner.
21+ Please.  50/50 Raffle, Large Raffle & Live Auction.
Tickets: $35/Per Person.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg
(707) 571-7747
http://www.srhsf.org


Sat, April 27th
thru
Sun, April 28th

Passport to Dry Creek Valley

11am-4:30pm - 40+ participating Wineries.
Guests will enjoy elaborate themed parties with Food & Wine Pairings.  Meet renowned Chefs, savoring their inspired culinary creations alongside newly released & limited edition wines.  Sweet treats at Pop-Up Parties by local favorite Amys Wicked Slush.  Take part in grape to glass experiences in the vineyards & choose from a limited series of intimate winemaker & vineyard lunches.

 

Friday-night, Vintage Soiree, the Pre-Passport, 30th Anniversary celebration, features the regions top-rated wines & Michelin-starred cuisine.
Held at the new Ranch at Lake Sonoma with sweeping views of the Lake & breathtaking Sunset views.

Cost: $50–$150
Various Winery Locations
Dry Creek Valley, Cloverdale, Geyserville &  Healdsburg
(707) 433-3031
https://www.drycreekvalley.org


Sat, April 27th

The Greatest Show in Town - Santa Rosa

6-10pm - The Not Forgotten Ball.
Presented by Crossing the Jordan
DeTurk Round Barn
819 Donahue St.,
(707) 588-9388
http://www.crossingthejordan.org


Fri, May 3rd

High Heels for Hope - Santa Rosa

6:30-10pm - An evening of Glamour & FUN where the Women put on their BEST Heels, Dine on Wine Country Appetizers, Enjoy Sonoma County Wines, while Dancing the night away!  Live & Silent Auction.
MEN, you do not want to miss this Event!
Tickets: $75/Per Person.
Emcee: Heather Holmes, KTVU Channel 2 News Anchor,
Music: DJ Willie G.

John Ash & Co/Vintners Inn Event Center
4350 Barnes Rd., Santa Rosa
https://squareup.com/store/high-heels-for-hope


Sat, May 4th

Cloverdale Fiddle Festival

9am-6pm - Featuring a rousing fiddle contest plus bluegrass & old time music performances on a separate stage.  A family friendly event with jam sessions & workshops.
Cloverdale Old Time Fiddle Festival
1 Citrus Fair Dr.,
(70)7-894-2067



Sat, May 4th

Murder Mystery Party

6pm - Hosted by The Farm Bureau Foundation of Sonoma County.
Gather with friends from across Sonoma County for a BBQ Dinner & a Speakeasy themed Murder Mystery Dinner produced by Get a Clue Productions to benefit The Farm Bureau Foundation of Sonoma County.  Tickets: $150/Per Person.
Larry Peters Spring  Hill Estate
(707) 544-5575
http://www.sonomafb.org/events/


Thu, May 16th

William Shatner Live - San Rafael

7:30pm -  He will be sharing fascinating & humorous stories from portraying the original Captain Kirk in the “Star Trek” tv series & movies & from his career spanning over 50 years as an award-winning actor, producer, director & writer. Fans will also have a chance to ask Mr. Shatner questions during the Q&A.
Following a Screening of Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan.  Tickets start at: $39.75 (plus applicable fees).
(415) 473-6800
http://www.tickets.marincenter.org


Sat, May 18th

Paula Pounstone - LBC

8pm - A regular panelist on NPRs #1 show Wait, Wait...Dont Tell Me, star of several HBO specials & recognized on Comedy Centrals list of The 100 Best Standup Comics of All Time.  With smart, observational humor & a legendary spontaneous interaction with the crowd, Paula Poundstone is one of our countrys pre-eminent comedians.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org  


Mon, May 20th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm - Amelie (2001).
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Sat, June 1st

5th Annual Railroad Square Musical Festival

12/Noon-7pm - Celebrate the North Bay Arts Community with a day of music in the heart of Santa Rosa!  This multi stage event will feature several musical performers & also serves as a showcase for the non­-musical arts of the North Bay.  Free to attend.
Railroad Square Historic District
135 Fourth St., Santa Rosa
http://www.railroadsquaremusicfestival.com/


Sun, June 9th

Cowboy Cab - Sonoma

Cornerstone, Sonoma
http://www.teenservicessonoma.org


Fri, June 14th
thru
Sun, June 30th

Broadway Under the Stars Summer Season

Transcendences 1st Musical - June 14-30

Can you guess what our first musical will be? 
For the very first time, as a part of the Broadway Under The Stars summer season, Transcendence will produce a full Broadway musical.  This hit of a musical will be a sensational opening to our 2019 Summer Season.
Transcendence Theatre Company
(877) 424-1414
https://transcendencetheatre.org


Sat, June 15th

Sit, Stay, Sparkle - Santa Rosa

http://www.cci.org/nwrevents


Mon, June 17th

Vintage Film Series - Sonoma

7pm - A Hard Days Night (1964).
Patrons are invited to dress in the theme of the movie.  $10/Per Person.  Wine by the Glass $7/Donation.
Sebastiani Theatre
476 First St., East, Sonoma
(707) 996-2020
http://www.sebastianitheatre.com


Wed, July 31st

Taste of Sonoma - Rohnert Park

Showcases Sonoma Countys most renowned vintners, growers & chefs & offers wine & culinary enthusiasts access to taste & experience the bounty of Sonoma County.  The 1-day immersive lineup will include a walk-around wine tasting, guided wine seminars, a marketplace & themed lounges!
Green Music Center
1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park
855-939-7666
https://tasteofsonoma.com


Sat, August 17th
thru
Sun, August 18th

Gravenstein Apple Fair - Sebastopol

10am-6pm - Enjoy a weekend of old-fashioned fun!
Something for everyone with live music on 2 stages, arts & crafts vendors, contests & activities & excellent local food, craft beer, cider & wine.  Bumerous engaging venues, including the Childrens Corner, Artisan Tasting Lounge, Do-It-Yourself Arena & Life on the Farm.  Sebastopols famous heirloom Gravenstein apples will be celebrated & available in many forms.
Ragle Ranch Park
500 Ragle Rd., Sebastopol
(707) 327-8896
http://www.gravensteinapplefair.com


Sat, September 14th
thru
Sun, September 15th

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival

http://www.mvfaf.org