Calendar

 

Today
thru
Sun, June 26th

Sonoma Marin Fair - Petaluma

Fair Dates: June 22-26.
Pay one price ticket includes:  Fair Admission, Unlimited Carnival Rides,
Free Concerts & Entertainment.

Artisan Hall, World's Ugliest Dog Contest, Sunday Races, Car Shows,
Hispanic Festival, Still Exhibits, Live Stage Performances, Live Stock
Shows, Fun Rides, Funnel Cake Eating Contest ~ Fun for the
Whole Family.

175 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma
https://www.sonoma-marinfair.org/


Today
thru
Sun, June 26th

Balloons, Birds & other Flying Things - Flynn Creek Circus

An all-human spectacle, featuring  original, live music from musicians
Eric McFadden & Kath Vargas.
Also wild acrobatics, comedy & awe-oms[oromg stunts.

https://www.flynncreekcircus.com/


Today
thru
Fri, August 26th

Rohnert Park Farmers Market

5-8pm - FRIDAY NIGHTS all SUMMER Long.
Party on the Plaza & Farmers Market.
Rohnert Park Library North Parking Lot
500 City Center Dr., Rohnert Park
http://ilovefarmersmarkets.org/index.html
 


Today
thru
Sat, June 25th

The Tempest by William Shakespeare - Russian River

8-10:30pm - One of Shakespeare's last plays & reflects all that is best
about his skills as a playwright. A comedy & a romance that takes
place on an unidentified island after the Kings ship crashes there
music & the usual host of characters that both entertain & inform.
This play has something for everyone!
Please note Sunday Matinees @ 2pm.
Curtain Call Theatre http://RussianRiverHall.com


Today
thru
Fri, June 24th

Friday Evening Wine & Song - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Rock on a Roll - A classic rock dance band that takes it's influences
from Rock, Jazz, Country, Blues & Folk.

Wines available by the glass & bottle.

Hudson Street Wineries
In the Barrel Room
428 Hudson St., Healdsburg
 


Today
thru
Fri, June 24th

Friday Kids Fun Run

5pm - Run to Badger Park
Sharks & Minnows.

https://healdsburgrunningcompany.com/
 

 


Today
thru
Sat, July 30th

Art Exhibit: Teri Sloat: Woman & Fox, A Journey - Sebastopol

10am-5pm - Daily.

Reception: June 25, 2022. Sebastopol Gallery
150 N. Main St., Sebastopol http://terisloatfineart.com


Sat, June 25th
thru
Sun, June 26th

Russian River Rodeo

Join us for our small town Rodeo this weekend! Performance starts at 1 PM Saturday and Sunday! Come early to shop our vendors, grab some kettle corn and settle in to watch the rodeo action! More info on our website!

Location: Duncans Mills, CA

Website: www.russianriverrodeo.com

Phone: 707-321-2102


Sat, June 25th
thru
Sat, July 2nd

Lavender Daze & Bees N Bloom - Santa Rosa

10am-4pm - Our farm stand will be open, live music in the afternoon
& the lavender labyrinth will be blooming with bright, purple radiance! Reservations are required, with admission good for any time that day.
Bring a picnic, or savor a delicious lunch from Dino's Greek Food Truck
On several weekends in late June & early July, the 1-acre Grosso
lavender field will be open for the Lavender U-Cut Experience. 

Price: $20/Adult, Free/Kids 12 & under.

3883 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 293-8293
https://beesnblooms.com/?page_id=4789
 


Sat, June 25th

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 6/25, world-renowned multi-disciplinary artist Bernie Krause will
present how sound became his life-long pursuit & how it applies to conservation.  Tickets: $20/Per Person.

Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565

 

 


Sat, June 25th
thru
Sun, June 26th

HAM Radio Field Day - Sonoma County

When wildfires raged through Sonoma County & other parts of California,
ham radio operators were there to help.  The weekend of June 25th, hams across the nation will practice their emergency skills in the American Radio Relay League’s annual Field Day event.  To learn more about how ham radio helps our communities & how you can join, visit:

http://ARRL.ORG


Sat, June 25th

Oakmont Art & Craft Fair

10am-3pm - 35+ Booths featuring; Watercolors, Paintings,
Photography, Jewelry, Birdhouses, Home Decorations & more.
Enjoy Live Music & the Picazo Cafe Food Truck.  Ump0qua Bank
is providing free ice cream!  Admission is Free!

Berger Center
6633 Oakmont Dr., Oakmont


Sat, June 25th

Kids Night at the Museum - Santa Rosa

5-9pm - Drop your kids off for after-hours fun at the Schulz Museum,
including a pizza dinner, games, crafts & cartooning.  Recommended
for ages 5–10. Advance registration required.

Cost: $35/Per Child (10% off discount is available when registering
more than 1 family member).  Members receive 20% off the per-child fee only.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452
https://schulzmuseum.org/

 

 

 


Sat, June 25th

Pointless Sisters Art Quilts - Occidental

12/Noon-4pm - Open Saturday & Sundays & during Events.
Reception: 6/25 - 2pm.

The Pointless Sisters Quilt Group returns to the OCA Gallery to dazzle us once again with their creativity and artistic talent! Visit the gallery weekends through July 31 or during our events; and join us for an afternoon reception with the artists of the exhibit on June 25th.

People's Choice Award voting runs through 3pm on Sat., June 25th,
winners announced during reception. Visit the gallery & cast your vote!

Occidental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
(707) 874-9392
https://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/


Sat, June 25th
thru
Sat, September 3rd

Hike Sugarloaf's Creekside

10-11:30am - Join guides at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park for a 1.4-mile
nature hike along the Sonoma Creek every Saturday.

On each hike, leaders will teach visitors about plants, animals & aquatic
life of Sonoma Creek.  Hikes start outside the Visitor Center & are free.

Registration is not required.  Parking charges apply.
https://sugarloafpark.org/


Sat, June 25th

1st Annual PRIDE Festival - Windsor

2-9pm - Wonderbread Five & The Purple Ones Headlining.
Plan for a full day of fun & entertainment for the whole family.
The inaugural event will feature live music, food & drink, community
resources for kids & adults. Admission is free & is open to all members
of the community & visiting guests.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor

https://www.lovewinsinwindsor.com/


Sat, June 25th

Art Exhibit | Teri Sloat: Woman and Fox, A Journey | Reception June 25

Art Exhibit | Teri Sloat: Woman and Fox, A Journey | Reception June 25

Location: Sebastopol Gallery, 150 N. Main St., Sebastopol, CA 95473

Website: http://terisloatfineart.com

Phone: 707-829-7200


Sat, June 25th
thru
Mon, September 5th

Summer Shuttle to Russian River

10am-5pm - Weekends & Holidays.

The Sonoma Country Regional Parks River Shuttle

$5 round trip.

(415) 727-7158

https://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/visit/regional-parks-river-shuttle

 



 


Sat, June 25th

Live Music by The Caliopians at Starling Bar

Dance and get wild with all original live music by San Francisco's own The Caliopians (California retro rock with a decidedly latin surf klezmer ska twist). 3 sets from 7-10pm at Sonoma's Starling Bar

Location: Starling Bar, 19380 CA-12, Sonoma, CA 95476

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2697055437104889

Phone: 4154305082


Sat, June 25th

A Star Wars-themed Lego Night - Penngrove

6-7pm - Children ages 4-10 let their creativity shine while building from
heir imaginations.  A couch will be built with huge Legos for the
children to use as a photo-op at the end.
Tickets: $25/per Child.

Penngrove Hub
(707) 242-3090

 


Sat, June 25th

Live Music - Santa Rosa

8-11pm - Blues Defenders No Cover Charge.  Great Food, Full Bar, Live Music & Dancing.

Dolans Den
995 Piner rd Santa Rosa


Sat, June 25th
thru
Sun, November 27th

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

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

Museum of Sonoma County
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
https://museumsc.org/


Sat, June 25th

Silver Anniversary Celebration - Healdsburg

11m-6pm - An Artists' Reception.
Works by 25 Artists featured in the "25 Years Celebrating Art" exhibit.
Free Admission.  Closes June 26, 2022.
Upstais Art Gallery
306 Center St., Healdsburg
(707) 431-4214
https://www.upstairsartgallery.net/


Sat, June 25th

Willowside Spring Plant Sale - Santa Rosa

June 25.

9am - noon
We have thousands of plants: a variety of low water & drought
tolerant perennials, CA natives, a multitude of succulents, grasses
abutilons & MANY BEAUTIFUL PLANTS to invite beneficial insects,
butterflies & hummingbirds into your garden.
PRICE: $6 for 1 gallon containers
60+ varieties of Speciality Japanese Maples, 3-8 feet tall at $30-$80.
We have red wriggler worms for worm bins at $10 a quart.
We could use 2 –3 gallon containers. And also ceramic dishes
for succulent arrangements or decorative plant containers of any size.
We have thornless, delicious Bayberries.Rain does not cancel. No veggies.
Call:  Jan (707) 569-4724 - for questions, appts. or donations.
 


Sat, June 25th
thru
Sat, December 17th

Healdsburg Farmers Market

Every Saturday - 8:30am-Noon

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

West Plaza Parking Lot, Healdsburg


Sun, June 26th

The Sunset Music Series at the Ranch at Lake Sonoma

5:30-9:30pm - The LAST Sunday of EVERY MONTH - Thru Sept.
June 26: Buck Nickels & Loose Change - Country
A Free Monthly Concert Series.  Each Concert benefits a local
non-profit.  Picnics are encouraged & well-behaved dogs on a leash.

Indoor/Outdoor Setting.  Food Trucks on site, no outside alcohol, beer
& wine available for purchase.  Chairs provided or you may bring yo
ownchairs.
http://are allowed. https://www.theranchatlakesonoma.com/events-and-music-series


Sun, June 26th

Hallberg Butterfly Gardens - Sebastopol

10am-4pm - The Garden will be open for tours & kids' activities,
music, info tables, book sales, the bird rescue center with raptors,
& a plant sale.

Hallberg Butterfly Gardens

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


Sun, June 26th

Dublinesque The Show - Occidental

4pm - A celebration of Dublin, Ireland in song & story.  Led by
Eamonn Flynn on vocals & piano. Featuring Darcy Noonan on fiddle,
Hector Bragado on banjo & Felim Egan on accordion & bodhran.

The show offers a fascinating mix of music, songs & stories, along
with a big dash of Irish humor & soul, as it takes a memorable glimpse
into the past & present of Ireland's capital. Through it all the indomitable
spirit, pride & wit of Dublin not only perseveres but triumphs.
Tickets: $25/GA, $20/OCA members

This event will take place in our amphitheater - please bring your own
seating cushion or low back chair. Disabled patrons may reserve seating
at ground level.

Fine refreshments for sale, art gallery open during intermission.
OCA is a non profit performing & fine arts center accessible to persons with disabilities. Become an OCA Member & get discount.

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org


Sun, June 26th
thru
Sun, August 28th

Windsor's Farmers Market

9:30-12:30pm - EVERY SUNDAY.

Local Chefs & Food Producers offer Meals-To-Go, Artisan Baked Goods
& Cheeses, Fresh Fish, Eggs, Pasture-raised Pork, Honey & a collection
of preserved Jellies & Condiments & so much more!
Shop LOCAL, Eat LOCAL, Live LOCAL.
Support your local Farmers & Food Producers.
Windsor Town Green

 

 

 


Mon, June 27th
thru
Fri, December 30th

Free lunch for Seniors - Sonoma County

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

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

 


Mon, June 27th
thru
Thu, June 30th

Celebrate PRIDE Month with the Library

Join the Sonoma County Library in Celebrating Pride Month,
a time to promote the self-affirmation, dignity, equality & increased
visibility of the LGBTQ+ community.   For projects, events, book lists 
& resources compiled by librarians at Sonoma County Library to help
you celebrate Pride!

http://sonomalibrary.org/celebratepride2022


Mon, June 27th
thru
Thu, June 30th

Help out with Rescue Animals

Little Trooper Ranch Animal Rescue is looking for volunteers
to spend time with dogs, help keep the shelter tidy, do laundry
& keep the barns clean.
The non-profit also is seeking a volunteer coordinator & driver to help with trips to vet.

For more info:

https://www.littletrooperranch.org/


Mon, June 27th
thru
Fri, July 1st

Summer Music Lessons - Santa Rosa

8am-8:30pm - Classes, Immersions; Private Online Excellence in Teaching All People, Any Age Welcome.  Learn Two Instruments for One Price,
Highly rated long time established contributing local business,
Cheryl Teach Music - Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Flute, Saxophone, Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Accordion, Harmonica, Voice & many more...
Cheryl Teach Music (707) 326-8797
Online, Santa Rosa
https://www.cherylteachmusic.com


Mon, June 27th
thru
Sun, July 31st

Virtual Open Mic Night

Ready to share your creative talent with the community? 
To participate, submit a short video
(under 5 minutes long) of yourself performing a song, poem, or spoken
word piece. Submissions accepted June 6 – July 31.

The community will vote for their favorites in 2 categories (Adult & Youth) 
& the top 3 from each category will win gift cards of $100, $75 & $50 in value.

Then, stay tuned for the 2 premieres airing on the Sonoma County Library
Facebook & YouTube channels:

  • Adult Open Mic: Friday, August 19, at 6pm,
  • Youth Open Mic: Saturday, August 20, at 11am.

https://sonomalibrary.org/virtual-open-mic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mon, June 27th
thru
Thu, June 30th

Help keep KIDS SAFE & bring Missing Children Home

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

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


Tue, June 28th
thru
Tue, September 6th

Tuesday Nights Market - Sonoma

5-8pm - EVERY TUESDAY Night.
The main focus of Sonoma’s Tuesday Night Market is making fres
healthy, locally-grown produce from small-scale farmers available
to our community.

Located in the Historic Sonoma Plaza
http://www.sonomastuesdaynightmarket.com


Tue, June 28th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - The Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra Ft. Terrie Odabi - Blues/Soul.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, June 28th

Family Movies on the Green - Windsor

6/28 - Ratatouille

All movies begin 15 minutes after sunset & are rated G or PG.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/787/Family-Movies-on-the-Green


Tue, June 28th
thru
Tue, September 27th

Year-Round Tuesday Morning Farmers Market - Petaluma

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


Wed, June 29th
thru
Wed, September 7th

Peacetown Summer Concert Series

4:30-7:30pm - Free Community Concerts
Every WEDNESDAY Evening

Multiple stages throughout The Barlow, plus after-hours shows at Hopmonk Tavern & Gravenstein Grill.  If there's enough community support we will have a stage at the Town Plaza to spread the good vibes to Main Street.

https://www.peacetown.org/


Wed, June 29th

WATER SMART EXPO - Santa Rosa

5-8:30pm - Pick-up a Freet Drought Toolkit, Ask an expert about 
sustainable landscaping, View Demonstrations of graywater &
rainwater harvesting systems, Learn about native/drought tolerant plants
Win WaterSmart Prizes.
Downtown Santa Rosa
Old Courthouse Square
@ The Wednesday Night Market
http://srcity.org/WaterSmartExpo


Wed, June 29th
thru
Wed, August 31st

WEDNESDAY NIGHT MARKET - Santa Rosa

5-8:30pm - Entertainment, Food, Vegetables, Fruit, Flowers,
Cookies, Jams, Crafts & FUN for the whole family!
4th Street @ Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa
https://wednesdaynightmarket.org/

 

 


Wed, June 29th
thru
Sat, July 2nd

Book & Bake Sale - Guerneville

Wed., June 29 - 10am-7pm,
Thurs., June 30 - Sat., July 2 - 10am-5pm,
$10 Bag Sale on Saturday.

Held in the Maggie Boynton Forum Room
Guernville Regional Library
14107 Armstrong Woods Rd., Guerneville
(707) 869-9004

https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/guerneville-regional-library


Wed, June 29th
thru
Sat, July 2nd

Give Back Tuesday - Guerneville

6-8pm - Come to the Rainbow Cattle Company tonight & 10% of the
bar proceeds will benefit this weeks benefit

Wildwood Conservation Foundation.

16220 Main St., Guerneville
 


Thu, June 30th
thru
Mon, July 4th


Thu, June 30th
thru
Fri, September 1st

Sculpture Garden Exhibit - LBC, Santa Rosa

Thousand Ways: A Work in Progress.  Running through September, 2023.

Collaborating with Petaluma River Park Foundation (PRPF) to feature work
by lead artists
David Duskin & Darling Gonzalez that challenges how we
see & experience art, using a language of
color & simple materials to create infinite compositions. The pieces invite you in to come back again
& again to see the evolution. Designed to encourage us to think about
the impact of how small
changes can reshape our perspective.

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


Thu, June 30th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - Pop Fiction - Pop Dance Band.
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Thu, June 30th
thru
Thu, September 1st

Thursday Evening, Theatre District, Farmers Market - Petaluma

Weekly 4:30-8pm.

2nd Street between D St & B St.
http://ilovefarmersmarkets.org/index.html


Thu, June 30th

Music: Tru Lyric - Santa Rosa

5:30-7:30pm - Music on the Square will bring live music and dancing to Downtown Courthouse Square on Thursdays throughout the summer.

Beer/wine from local producers will be for sale on-site & concert-goers
are encouraged to stay for dinner at a Downtown restaurant.Blankets
& low-back chairs welcome!  Credit/debit cards (only) accepted for
beer & wine. https://www.downtownsantarosa.org/summer


Fri, July 1st

Apply Now for Our Summer Art Apprenticeships - Sonoma County

10am-2pm - Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

Attention Sonoma County Teens:  Apply today for our Summer Art
Apprenticeships.  July 5 - 28, 2022.

 

We supply training to young Sonoma County artists by making art
for the community.  We mentor teen appprentices in process of designing
& creating mosaics, painted benches & murals.
ARTSTART
317 Sutton Pl., Santa Rosa
(707) 546- 2345

https://www.artstart.us/
 


Fri, July 1st

Let's Dance - Jack London State Historic Park

7:30-11pm - From the very first beat, you'll feel the rhythm. 
LET'S DANCE reimagines Broadways best showstoppers with a thrilling
jolt of Latin, jazz & modern.
This non-stop evening of high kicks, foot stomps & powerhouse vocals
will rock the night sky unlike anything seen in Sonoma Valley before.
Featuring songs from 42nd Street, Guys & Dolls, Wicked, Company
& more, this brand-new evening of re-envisioned classics will open
the door to Broadway to even more audiences.  Once this show starts
moving, you'll want to dance & sing all night.
Jack London State Historic Park
https://transcendencetheatre.org/

 


Sat, July 2nd

All-American Classic Car Show - Santa Rosa

Join a FREE public event to support local Veterans in Sonoma
County!  Share in a love for classic cars.  Enjoy local food & drinks,
all day.  Pancake breakfast.  Car Show & Car Show Awards.
Food Trucks, beer & wine cash bar, live DJ.

1351 Maple  Ave., Santa Rosa
 


Sat, July 2nd

Pancake Breakfast - Penngrove

7-11am - Hosted by the Rancho Adobe Fire Department.
Held at:  the Penngrove Firehouse
11000 Main St., Penngrove
https://www.rafd.org/

 


Sun, July 3rd

46th Annual Biggest Little Parade - Penngrove

11am - Parade kicks off.
You will see tractors, horses, floats, antique military jeeps, bands
& bicycle teams.  After the parade enjoy BBQ, vendors & music
by Train Wreck Junction in Penngrove Park from 12/Noon-4pm.

 


Sun, July 3rd

3rd of July Fireworks & Music Extravaganza - Sebastopol

6:15pm/Live Music,
9:20pm/Flag Ceremony,
9:40pm/Fireworks at West County High School
(Analy) 6950 Analy Ave., Sebastopol
Admission: $5-$15, free/for Kids 5 & under.
https://www.sebastopolkiwanisclub.org/


Sun, July 3rd

July 3rd Fireworks Disply - Windsor

9:30pm - The Show begins at Keiser Park
700 Windsor River Rd., Windsor.
Walk-in only; parking available at Windsor Hight School
& surro
https://townofwindsor.com/1019/July-3rd-Fireworks


Mon, July 4th

4th Of July Fireworks Spectactular - Rohnert Park

7:30pm - Join us for a family-friendly celebration featuring Sonoma County’s
own Transcendence Theatre Company and Santa Rosa Symphony in an evening of show tunes & patriotic classics, followed by a spectacular post-concert fireworks show! Bring the whole family – lawn tickets for kids
12 & under are half price!

Indoor & outdoor seating options are available. Indoor guests will be
given time to relocate outside prior to the start of the fireworks display.

Green Music Center
Weil Hall & Lawn
(707) 664-4246

https://gmc.sonoma.edu/4th-of-july-fireworks-spectacular/?utm_source=Green+Music+Center+E-Subscribers&utm_campaign=7ca9bfa011-4th+of+July+target+6%2F6%2F22&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4b5c7faf85-7ca9bfa011-186874465

 


Mon, July 4th

4th of July Fireworks Hike - Sugarloaf

7-11pm - Join Team Sugarloaf for your chance to climb the tallest mountain
in Sonoma Valley Bald Mountain a spectacular vantage point to view
as many as 18 different fireworks displays!  This strenuous hike covers
6.5 miles with 1500 ft. elevation gain including steep sections.  Upon
arrival at the top, you'll enjoy a mountaintop reception. We will serve
hearty snacks, sweets & libation. Kick back, relax & enjoy the beautiful
sights of fireworks displays that span the Bay Area from Windsor in the
north, Berkeley & Oakland in the east, San Francisco to the south, with possible views into the South Bay.  Space is limited for this annual fundraiser, Tickets: $60/Adults - proceeds support Sonoma Ecology Center operations of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. $20/Youth ages 12-17.

Please arrive at the White Barn (near the Observatory) NO LATER THAN 6:45PM. If possible, arrive a few minutes earlier to check in. The hike begins promptly at 7pm in order to ensure our arrival at the top before dark.
WHAT TO BRING:* Drinking water for the hike up. We'll have plenty to
drink at the top* Headlamp or flashlight* Binoculars, optional* Blanket
& warm clothes (it is often cold at the top!) WHAT TO WEAR: Proper attire with sturdy hiking or trail shoes & layered clothing is a must. It may be cool 
& windy at the top. Please be prepared with an extra layer. We will return
to the parking lot at approximately 11pm. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park https://sugarloafpark.org/event/4th-of-july-fireworks-hike/?instance_id=21545


Mon, July 4th

4th Of July Fireworks Spectactular - Rohnert Park

The biggest fireworks display in Sonoma County returns with a bang!
Join us for a family-friendly celebration featuring Sonoma County’s own Transcendence Theatre Company & Santa Rosa Symphony in an evening of show tunes & patriotic classics, followed by a spectacular post-concert fireworks show!  Bring the whole family – lawn tickets for kids 12 & under are half price!
Families – Make sure to arrive early & check out our Kids Zone
beginning at 4:30pm, complete with carnival games, bounce house
& face painting plus food, music & more!

Indoor & outdoor seating options are available. Indoor guests will be given
time to relocate outside prior to the start of the fireworks display.

Green Music Center
Weill Hall & Lawn, Rohnert Park


Mon, July 4th

Fourth of July Kenwood Footrace

Early Morning 3K & 10K Footrace courtesy of Empire Runners,
7-11:30am - Pancake Breakfast & Auction,
10am - Parade kick-off with the National Anthem, lots of enthusiastic
kids, dogs, banners, bicycles, antique cars, fire trucks, floats & more!
Plaza Park Proper
For Volunteer Questions:
(707) 833-0187


Tue, July 5th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - The Coffis Brothers - Folk Rock.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, July 5th
thru
Tue, July 26th

Song of Sonoma - Santa Rosa

6:30pm/Doors Open, 7pm/Start.

July is for Multiplying Members
Invite your Friends & join the FUN!!!  All Singers ~ All Ages Welcome!
Special program Tuesdays in July.

Carston Cabaret Theatre @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
(South Entrance & Parking)
Proof of COVID VACCINATION Required.

https://www.songofsonoma.org/

 


 


Tue, July 5th
thru
Thu, July 28th

ARTSTART - Summer Apprentice Program

10am-2pm - Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

Open to teens age 13 & older, our apprenticeship sessions aim to provide
professional artistic mentorship to the creative youth of Sonoma County. 

Each apprentice is assigned to a lead artist & as a team they work on an assigned project.
317 Sutton Place, Santa Rosa
https://www.artstart.us/
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Wed, July 6th
thru
Thu, July 14th

Art at the Ranch - Cotati

9am-3pm -Teens: Get outside, make art & connections in real life. 
Join us for these relaxed & creative summer days at the lovely
Veronda-Falletti Ranch. Donation-based. Veronda-Falletti Ranch
175 West Sierra Ave, Cotati http://sandyloam.org/workshops-events


Thu, July 7th
thru
Thu, July 14th

On-LIne Art Auction - Artstart

Artists for ARTSTART Fundraiser.
https://www.artstart.us/

 

 

 


Fri, July 8th
thru
Sat, July 9th

The Sound of Music - Windsor

Friday, July 8 - 7-8:30pm,

Saturday, July  9 - 2-3:30pm,
Saturday, July 9 - 7-8:30pm

Bring your family & friends to this timeless telling of the Von Trapp Family

& their escape from political unrest in their country & their love & courage
in dark times.The Windsor Performing Arts Academy's Summer Youth
Theatre is offering The Sound of Music with permission from Concord Theatricals. Students ages 10 to 19 work together for t3 weeks to create a story that uplifts the community through song, dance & storytelling.
You can show your support of our local youth & their efforts by comi
to the show.  The hills ARE alive with the sound of music & you should
be there to hear it!

Windsor Middle School
9500 Brooks Rd. South, Windsor https://www.onthestage.tickets/show/windsor-performing-arts-academy/the-sound-of-music-youth-edition-17464  

 

 



Sat, July 9th
thru
Sat, September 10th

Knox Presbyterian/Thanksgiving Lutheran Church (Santa Rosa) Hold Healing Services

4pm - If you are in need of healing - spiritual, physical, mental,
or emotional - you are invited to healing services at
Knox Thanksgiving Church, to be held
on the second Saturday of each month

 

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


Sat, July 9th
thru
Sun, July 10th

Great Train Days at the Children's Museum, Santa Rosa

10am-2pm - Come view model trains & meet our neighborhood train experts
including Redwood Empire Garden Railway Society, Coastal Valley Lines
& even more! Your little conductor can build their ow
n train tracks, dance
to train music & take a ride on the Live Streamers Train.

Children's Museum of Sonoma County
1835 W. Steele Ln., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-4069

https://www.cmosc.org/

 

 


Sat, July 9th

Movie at the Green - Rohnert Park

5pm - Pack a picnic & join us on Weill Lawn for Disney’s hit animated film Encanto featuring the smash hit song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.”

Cost: $5/Adult, Free/Kids 12 & under.

Weill Hall & Green Music Center,
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park
https://gmc.sonoma.edu/encanto/?utm_source=Green+Music+Center+E-Subscribers&utm_campaign=31d68af2c9-Movies+at+the+Green+%E2%80%93+reminder+6%2F21%2F22&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4b5c7faf85-31d68af2c9-186874465


Sat, July 9th

Richard (Chili) Torres Live at Grav South

4-7pm - Come out for a brew, yummy Mexican food & live musi
with Richard (Chili) Torres.

Grav South Brew Co


Sat, July 9th

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 7/9 - Dr. Dan Levitis will delight us with an unusual story, even for
a biologist; have you ever been bared on by a condor?
Tickets: $20/Per Person.  Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565


Sat, July 9th

Authors Book Faire - Santa Rosa

12/Noon-3pm - Writer Nadine Condon presents an Authors Book Fai
featuring 20+ local Sonoma County authors selling & signing their popular
nationally acclaimed fiction, non-fiction, mystery, thrillers, historical
& poetry books. A portion of monies goes to the Soroptimists Oakmont educational funds. Raffle & refreshment to raise additional fund
Free admission & open to the general public.
Berger Center in Oakmont Village
6633 Oakmont Drive, Santa Rosa http://www.nadinecondon.com


Sat, July 9th

Elks Charity Classic Car Show - Petaluma

10am-3pm - Antique Cars, Live Music & $15 BBQ Lunch.
Proceeds benefit the Elks CHEMPI ("Purple Pig"), a unique program
that funds 32 paid therapists and preschool vision screeners to help
disabled children when no other organizations can or will.
Come out, have fun & help the children!
Petaluma Elks Lodge

2105 S. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
(707) 763-0901
https://elks901.square.site/car-show
 


Sat, July 9th

Noche de Amor - Healdsburg

6-10pm - Live Muse, Food, Drinks & more!
Bacchus Landing
14210 Bacchus Landing Way, Healdsburg
(707) 473-0583
https://healthcarefoundation.net/2022-noche-de-amor/

 


Sat, July 9th

Sonoma Valley Chorale Free Singing Workshop

11am-2pm - Sonoma's longest standing choir, the Sonoma Valley
Community Chorale is hosting an exciting, FREE singing workshop
on the downtown campus of the First Congregational Church
& Congregation Shir Shalom.
Enjoy learning 2 songs with 2 different fantastic Choir Directors. 
All singing lovers welcome.  Must RSVP: 
email: Shelia.whitney@gmail.com or visit:

http://sonomavalleychorale.org

52 West Spain Street, Sonoma  


Sat, July 9th

Senior Expo - Santa Rosa

9am-12/Noon - Join us for a day of health & wellness.
Explor 60+ interesting & informational exhibitors to learn about
travel opportunities, fitness programs & more!

Person Senior Wing
2060 West College, Santa Rosa
(707) 543-3730
http://seniorexpo@sricty.org

 


Sat, July 9th
thru
Sat, September 10th

Sugarloaf Perspectives

Storytelling is humanity’s oldest artform, likely originating before the cave paintings of the Stone Age. This summer we introduce “Sugarloaf Perspectives”, a storytelling series that brings new voices and people to the park while teaching about the natural environment. Every other Saturday, instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 7/9, Dr. Dan Levitis will delight us with an unusual story, even for a biologist: have you ever been barfed on by a condor?

On 7/23, we’ll learn about the secret lives of Alma and Arsel, leaders of the Senderos Naturales program.

On 8/6, Megan Walla-Murphy re-introduces bear culture to Sonoma County.

On 8/20, we welcome Desi Harp, member of the Onasáti tribe (mistakenly called “guapo” by the Spanish and “wappo” by Anglo-American settlers) to regale us with song, dance, and the story of creation.

On 9/3 we are left gasping from laughter induced by SEC’s Educator Johny Ehlers, and finally,

on 9/10, Sonoma Ecology Center’s ED Richard Dale and Park Manager John Roney relate how a partnership between non-profits, community, and government led to today’s operation of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.

Tickets are $20. Meet at the amphitheater. We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.

Location: Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

Website: https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565

Phone: 7078335712


Sun, July 10th

Petaluma Art & Garden Festival

11am-5pm - A fun-filled day for all the family!  145 booths of unique,
handmade items made by local crafters & artisans, plus gardeners & live music. This event is free to attend, with Tasting Packages available to those who wish to partake in all the great wine, craft beer & cocktails.
The Kids Zone will have hands-on arts & crafts, face painting, a bounce
house & more!  Bring your own washable chalk for the free Chalk Art Competition from 11am-4pm.

https://petalumadowntown.com/art-garden.html

 


Tue, July 12th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Marshall House Projest - Electric Soul/Funk.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, July 12th

Family Movies on the Green - Windsor

7/12 - Moana

All movies begin 15 minutes after sunset & are rated G or PG.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/787/Family-Movies-on-the-Green


Tue, July 12th

Water Smart Free Webinars

5:30-7pm - Drip Irrigation Basics.

http://srcity.org/workshops

 


Thu, July 14th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - David Lunning Band - Americana Rock & Roll.
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Sat, July 16th
thru
Sun, July 31st

Valley of the Moon Music Festival

The 8th Annual Season Fantastic Universe: Music of the Natural World.
Presenting Chamber & Vocal Music inspired by nature & the elements.
eaven, earth & water are woven through this seasons concerts.
Audiences will be treated to music inspired by the magic & beauty
of the natural world. To complement this celebration of natures majesty,
the Festival will launch the Music Alfresco series, where audiences will
In addition, our popular Blattner Lecture series will feature experts
in the fields of music, sustainability & horticulture, offering illuminating
insight into this year's theme & repertoire.

https://valleyofthemoonmusicfestival.org/


Sat, July 16th

Wine Country to Rescue to Benefit our Local Firefighters - Geyserville

5-10pm - Dinner Dance.

Mouth-watering BBQ Dinner, wine tasting, high-energy band to get you
dancing, live & silent auctions & a professional fireworks display to off
the evening.
Trentadue Winery
19170 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville
(707) 433-3104
https://gvfa.ejoinme.org/2022?fbclid=IwAR0IAoh06QN4fLXxZrjy714GuHHepzZ2s8Yuh-9dQT-De2NOZoSvG717xRo


Sat, July 16th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sat, July 16th

Wine Country to the Rescue: A Charity Dinner Dance - Geyserville

5-10pm - Enjoy a fun-filled night of eating, wine tasting, dancing & more
while supporting wildfire prevention & response in Northern Sonoma County.

Offering a Gourmet BBQ, Wine Tasting, Live Rock Music by American Mile, Silent & Live Auctions, Professional Fireworks & an opportunity to meet Firefighters & Senator Mike McGuire, our auctioneer. This annual charit
dinner dance has become the must attend event for the summer.
Wine Country to the Rescue is a non-profit orgnaization.

Trentadue Winery
19170 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

http://www.WineCountrytotheRescue.com


Sat, July 16th
thru
Sun, July 17th

Civil War Days - Duncans Mills

Saturday, July 16 - 9am-5pm & Sunday, July 17 9am-3pm.

A 2-day living history reenactment, gives visitors the opportunity
to interact with the soldiers & civilians of the Civil War, getting
a personal glimpse of the years 1861–1865. The spirit and history
of the American Civil War period will be portrayed by hundreds
of reenactors for this annual fun, family-oriented event. 
The twice-daily battles will fill the surrounding hills with the sound
of fife & drum, musket & cannon as the American Civil War comes to life.

Battle Times:  Saturday: 1pm & 4pm; Sunday: 11am & 2pm.

Freezeout Canyon
1/4 mile down Freezeout Road, off Moscow Road

 


Sun, July 17th

Open House & Silent Auction - ARTSTART

3-6pm - Browse & buy at our Open House.
Artwork by well known local Artists.
Home & Garden accessories created by our talented teen apprentices.
317 Sutton Pl., Santa Rosa
https://www.artstart.us/


Sun, July 17th

LBC - Women Comedians

#1MomSoHard: 

8pm at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600
https://lutherburbankcenter.org/

 


Tue, July 19th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Los Pinguos - Latin Rhythm/World.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, July 19th

Family Movies on the Green - Windsor

July 19 - Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.

All movies begin 15 minutes after sunset & are rated G or PG.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/787/Family-Movies-on-the-Green


Tue, July 19th

Water Smart Free Webinars

5:30-7pm - Tree Management in Drought

http://srcity.org/workshops


Thu, July 21st

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - The Bell Brothers - Modern Country
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Thu, July 21st

Music: SambaDá - Santa Rosa

5:30-7:30pm - Bringing live music & dancing to Downtown Courthouse
Square on  Thursdays throughout the summer. The Lost Church, a nonprofit
arts organization with a Downtown performance space, helped coordinate
the scheduling of local performers who bring a diversity of styles.

Beer & wine from local producers will be for sale on-site & concert-goers
are encouraged to stay for dinner at a Downtown restaurant.
Blankets & low-back chairs welcome! Credit & debit cards (only)
accepted for beer & wine. Old Courthouse Square https://www.downtownsantarosa.org/summer

 

 


Sat, July 23rd

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 7/23 - We'll learn about the secret lives of Alma & Arsel, leaders
of the Senderos Naturales program.  Tickets: $20/Per Person.

Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565


Sat, July 23rd

3rd Annual Dinner in the Vineyards - Healdsburg

5-8:30pm - We're teaming up with Field Day CA for a night of delectable food,
lovely company & delicious wines in a picturesque setting!

Saini Vineyards
2507 Dry Creek Road, Healdsburg
(707) 433-8477 https://www.sainivineyards.com/product/Dinner-in-the-Vineyards-Ticket


Sat, July 23rd

Paella Party - A Taste of Spain

5-8pm - Celebrate a taste of Spain & enjoy the fabulous paella of Chef Fabiano Ramaci (of Per Le Stelle) paired with our Tempranillo (& other
varietal wines of Iberian heritage).
Beginning with passed tapas & then seafood & chicken paella.
Dessert will be served along with a serving of some good ol' rock 'n' roll
as winemaker Rick & friends take the stage. 
Ticket includes dinner, dessert & live music. Sampling of our Spanish wine varietals included. Wines will be available to purchase by the glass or bottle. 21 & over only.

Amphora Winery
4791 Dry Creek Road, Building #6, Healdsburg https://www.amphorawines.com/product/Paella-Party-Amphora-a-Taste-of-Spain

 

 


Sun, July 24th

Free Community Concert featuring Villalobos Brothers & Santa Rosa Symphony

5pm/Gates Open, 6pm/Hall Lobby Opens, 7pm/Show.

Cost:  Free, but tickets required. General Admission with seats available
on a first-come, first-served
basis in Weill Hall, outdoor tables & on the
lawn
& at outdoor tables is limited & not guaranteed.  Patrons who wish to sit inside Weill Hall or at an outdoor table, should plan to be seated by  6:40pm so the performance can begin on time.

 

All guests will be welcome to sit on the lawn after that time.  

 

Patrons may bring in food, but no outside beverages are permitted. Water bottle filling stations will be available
 & food & beverages may be purchased on site.  For the safety of all guests, all items brought into the Green Music Center–including coolers, picnic baskets, bags, backpacks & purses–will be subject to search upon entry.

Weill Hall & Lawn,
Green Music Center, Sonoma State University
(707) 546-8742

http://gmc.sonoma.edu/go


Tue, July 26th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Sol Horizon - Reggae.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, July 26th

Family Movies on the Green - Windsor

7/26 - Hook

All movies begin 15 minutes after sunset & are rated G or PG.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/787/Family-Movies-on-the-Green


Thu, July 28th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - MAYA - Latin Roots Tribute Band
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Thu, July 28th

Music: Black Sheep Brass Band - Santa Rosa

5:30-7:30pm - Music on the Square will bring live music & dancing
to Downtown Courthouse Square on Thursdays throughout the summer. https://www.downtownsantarosa.org/summer  

 

 


 


Sat, July 30th

Chicano Hollywood Presents Latin Kings of Comedy 20th Anniversary Tour

7-9pm - The original Latin King of comedy, Paul Rodriguez, is back with his
cast of hilarious comedians for The Latin Kings of Comedy 20th Anniversary Tour. Paul Rodriguez is joined by comedians Joey Medina, Gilbert Esquivel, Johnny Sanchez & Dennis Gaxiola. Covid-19 policies per CA State guidelines.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/latin-kings


Sat, July 30th

Shana Morrison & Caledonia - Santa Rosa

8-10:30pm - The Daughter of legendary Northern Irish Musician Van
Morrison - her musical style has been called pop with a side of blues
& a side of rock, but she has never shied away from including other ingredients, like country, R&B & jazz into the mix.  Her material is ever-changing, but what always remains the same is Shana’s unique & wide-ranging voice. Her dynamic & charismatic talent has earned the attention
of national newspapers & magazines as well as airplay on major radio stations.

Tickets: $30/Reserved Advance, $35/Day of Show.

 

***A post-show after party called "MOONDANCE" is happening with
dancing from 10:30pm to 1:30am to the music of DJ Loisaida,
DJ Broken Record & DJ Domo.***

Cover Charge at the Door - $20/General, $10/With Purchase to the
Shana Morrison Show.

6th Street Playhouse - GK Hardt Theatre
52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa
(707) 523-4185
https://www.happeningsonomacounty.com/events/shana-morrison-caledonia/
 

 

 

 


Sun, July 31st

Community Picnic Awards Ceremony & Fundraiser - Santa Rosa

3-6pm - Jump House, Taco Bar, Live Music, Building Solidarity.
Southwest Community Park
1698 Hearn Ave., Santa Rosa
 

 


Sun, July 31st

The Sunset Music Series at the Ranch at Lake Sonoma

5:30-9:30pm - The LAST Sunday of EVERY MONTH - Thru Sept.
July 31 - The Familiar Strangers - Western Swing.
A Free Monthly Concert Series.  Each Concert benefits a local
non-profit.  Picnics are encouraged & well-behaved dogs on a leash.

Indoor/Outdoor Setting.  Food Trucks on site, no outside alcohol, beer
& wine available for purchase.  Chairs provided or you may bring yo
ownchairs.
http://are allowed. https://www.theranchatlakesonoma.com/events-and-music-series.html


Tue, August 2nd

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Luce - Rock/Alternative.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, August 2nd

Family Movies on the Green - Windsor

8/2 - Zootopia

All movies begin 15 minutes after sunset & are rated G or PG.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/787/Family-Movies-on-the-Green


Thu, August 4th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - Hip Service - Rock, R&B, Party Band.
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Fri, August 5th

LBC Presents Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s remarkable arrival on the music scene in 1993 reminded the world, in the midst of the grunge era no less, that it was still cool to swing. The band, co-founded by singer Scotty Morris and drummer Kurt Sodergren, was at the fore of the swing revival of that time, blending a vibrant fusion of the classic American sounds of jazz, swing, and Dixieland with the energy and spirit of contemporary culture. Taking inspiration from the creators of this uniquely American art form, the band’s original horn-infused music and legendary high-energy show introduces the genre to a new and younger generation, while continuing to respect the music’s rich legacy.Since its formation in Ventura, California, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy has toured virtually nonstop, performing, on average, more than 150 shows a year. They have produced a sizable catalog of recorded music, with sales of more than 2 million albums to date. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s all original core line-up includes Scotty Morris (lead vocals and guitar), Kurt Sodergren (drums), Dirk Shumaker (double bass and vocals), Andy Rowley (baritone saxophone and vocals), Glen “The Kid” Marhevka (trumpet), Karl Hunter (saxophones and clarinet), and Joshua Levy (piano and arranger). The band’s music has appeared in countless films and television shows, including the 1996 indie film Swingers, The Wild, Despicable Me, Phineas & Ferb, Friends, Third Rock From The Sun, Ally McBeal, and So You Think You Can Dance.

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/big-bad-voodoo-daddy-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Sat, August 6th

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 8/6 - Megan Walla-Murphy re-introduces bear culture to Sonoma
County.  Tickets: $20/Per Person.  Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565


Tue, August 9th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm -Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys - Rockability/Western Swing.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Tue, August 9th

Family Movies on the Green - Windsor

8/9 - The Goonies

All movies begin 15 minutes after sunset & are rated G or PG.

Windsor Town Green

701 McClelland Dr., Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/787/Family-Movies-on-the-Green


Tue, August 9th

Water Smart Free Webinars

5:30-7pm - Laundry-to-Landscape Graywater.

http://srcity.org/workshops


Thu, August 11th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - Kenny Metcalf as Elton John - Elton Tribute
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Thu, August 11th

Music: Stell - Santa Rosa

5:30-7:30pm - Music on the Square will bring live music & dancing
to Downtown Courthouse Square on 8 Thursdays throughout the summer.
The Lost Church, a nonprofit arts organization with a Downtown
performance space, helped coordinate the scheduling of local performer
who bring a diversity of styles.
Beer & wine from local producers will be for sale on-site & concert-goers
are encouraged to stay for dinner at a Downtown restaurant.
Blankets & low-back chairs welcome!  Credit & debit cards (only)
accepted for beer & wine.
Old Courthouse Square https://www.downtownsantarosa.org/summer


Sat, August 13th
thru
Sun, August 14th

Gravenstein Apple Fair - Sebastopol

10am-6pm - Live Music on 2 stages featuring top local & regional bands;
Arts & Crafts Vendors; Locally grown Gravenstein Apples
by the bushel; local Gravenstein Pies, Juice & Fritters; Sonoma County's premium Food Vendors; local Cider, Craft Beer & stellar Wine; a Kids
Corner; & the expanded Life on the Farm Exhibit hosting Farm Animals,
Farmer Panels, Demonstrations, Ag Games & much more!
New this year: The VIP Lounge!  All event proceeds support the goal
of keeping farms forever in Sonoma County.
Ragle Ranch Regional Park
500 Ragle Rd., Sebastopol
https://www.gravensteinapplefair.com/


Sun, August 14th

Hooray for Hollywood - Jack London State Historic Park

7:30-11pm - The silver screen comes to our starlit stage. HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD journeys back through the music that made us lo
& percussion, bring new life to a century of the themes that enchanted America & the world. Relive the magic, from the timeless classics to today's to
Mancini themes to the movie music of Prince, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston
& Ritchie Valens. This dazzling retrospective will remind you why we
love to sing!  Let's all go to the movies!
Jack London State Historic Park
https://transcendencetheatre.org/


Tue, August 16th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Sal’s Greenhouse - Funk/Soul.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Thu, August 18th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - The Dylan Black Project - Funk, R&B
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Sat, August 20th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sat, August 20th

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 8/20 - We welcome Desi Harp, member of the Onasa Tribe
she will regale us with song, dance & the story of creation.
Tickets: $20/Per Person.  Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565


Sat, August 20th
thru
Sun, August 21st

Accordian Festival - Cotati

Music at the festival will range from Conjunto, folk, jazz, Irish,
Venezuelan, rock, classical, zydeco, western & more.
The event will include a Jam Tent, a Zydeco Dance Party,
a Student Stage, the Ray's Deli Stage & 2 main stages, along
with over 60 vendors including crafts, accordions, food, wine & beer.

La Plaza Park, Cotati

(707) 479-5481

https://cotatifest.com/ticketing/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2022_cotati_accordion_festival_august_20_21_2022&utm_term=2022-06-01


Tue, August 23rd

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - Boot Juice - Bluegrass/Folk.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Thu, August 25th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - Sabor De Mi Cuba - Afro-Cuban Roots.
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Sat, August 27th

10th Annual Comedy & Wellness

5:30pm/Doors Open, 7pm/Show. An Evening of Comedy with special guest Michael Pritchard1
0th Annual Comedy & Wellness OUTDOOR SHOW.  Host Joe Klocek Comedians: Ryan Goodcase, Laurie Kilmartin & Dwayne Perkins

General admission: $45/Advance, $50/Door.  Must be 18 or older.
Light appetizers, beverages, beer & wine included.

St Vincent's School For Boys
1 St Vincent Dr, San Rafael (415) 506-2222 https://givebutter.com/h6OCcz


Sun, August 28th

The Sunset Music Series at the Ranch at Lake Sonoma

5:30-9:30pm - The LAST Sunday of EVERY MONTH - Thru Sept.
August 28 - The Blue Lights - Blues
A Free Monthly Concert Series.  Each Concert benefits a local
non-profit.  Picnics are encouraged & well-behaved dogs on a leash.

Indoor/Outdoor Setting.  Food Trucks on site, no outside alcohol, beer
& wine available for purchase.  Chairs provided or you may bring yo
ownchairs.
http://are allowed. https://www.theranchatlakesonoma.com/events-and-music-series.html


Tue, August 30th

Tuesdays in the Plaza - Healdsburg

6-8pm - The Rubinoos - Power Pop/ Pop Rock.

Enjoy Music, Food Vendors & a Bike Valet.
Matheson St., & Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
https://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/335/Tuesdays-in-the-Plaza


Thu, September 1st

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - SPECIAL GUEST
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Sat, September 3rd

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 9/3 - We are left gasping from laugher induced by SEC's
Educator Johny Ehlers.  Tickets: $20/Per Person.

Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565


Thu, September 8th

Summer Nights on the Green Concerts (Thursday) - Windsor

5-6pm - Farmers Market
6pm - Beatles Flashback - Beatles Tribute
Windsor Town Green
701 McClelland Drive, Windsor
https://www.townofwindsor.com/342/Summer-Nights-on-the-Green


Fri, September 9th

LBC Presents An Evening with Chicago

Hailed as one of the most important bands in music since the dawn of the rock and roll era, Chicago came in as the highest charting American band on Billboard Magazine’s “Top 125 Artists of All Time.” From the signature sound of the Chicago horns, their iconic vocalists, and a few dozen of ever-classic songs, this band’s concerts are celebrations. 2022 will mark the band’s 55th consecutive year of touring, with the original three band members, Robert Lamm , Lee Loughnane , and James Pankow.

8pm show 

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/chicago-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Sat, September 10th

Sugarloaf Perspectives

We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk
or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.
 

7-8pm - A storytelling series that brings new voices & people to the park
while teaching about the natural environment.  Every other Saturday,
instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 9/10 - Sonoma Ecology Center's Ed Richard dale & Park Manager
John Roney relate how a partnership between non-profits, community
& government led to todays operation of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.
Tickets: $20/Per Person.  Meet at the amphitheater.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

https://sugarloafpark.org/event/sugarloaf-perspectives/?instance_id=21565


Sun, September 11th

Water Smart Free Webinars

5:30-7pm - Lawn Gone:  Sheet Mulching 101.

http://srcity.org/workshops


Sat, September 17th

LBC Presents 46th Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition Semi-Finals

One of the most prestigious comedy contests in North America, the San Francisco Comedy Competition is an outrageously funny evening where you will see the comedy stars of tomorrow competing for their chance at fame and fortune. Hundreds of comedians audition each year. Only 30 are chosen.  8pm

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/sf-comedy-competition-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Sat, September 17th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sun, September 18th

Fiesta de Independencia 2022

Redwood Credit Union presents LBC’s 13th Annual Fiesta de IndependenciaSave the DateSunday, September 18, 2022, at 1:00 pmFree admission!Celebrate Latino Heritage Month with a taste of Latin America in Sonoma County! Enjoy authentic food, music, games, and activities for the entire family. ¡Celebren el mes de la Herencia Latina con un sabor de América Latina en el Condado de Sonoma! Disfruten de auténtica comida, música, juegos y actividades para toda la familia.

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/fiesta-de-independencia/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Sun, September 25th

The Sunset Music Series at the Ranch at Lake Sonoma

5:30-9:30pm - The LAST Sunday of EVERY MONTH - Thru Sept.
Sept. 25 - John Courage Trio.
A Free Monthly Concert Series.  Each Concert benefits a local
non-profit.  Picnics are encouraged & well-behaved dogs on a leash.

Indoor/Outdoor Setting.  Food Trucks on site, no outside alcohol, beer
& wine available for purchase.  Chairs provided or you may bring yo
ownchairs.
http://are allowed. https://www.theranchatlakesonoma.com/events-and-music-series.html


Fri, September 30th

LBC Presents Sebastian Maniscalco: Nobody Does This Tour

Dubbed by The New York Times as “the hottest comic in America,” Sebastian Maniscalco has celebrated heights in live entertainment only a few comedians ever achieve. After a year off the road, Maniscalco is back with his new Nobody Does This Tour. Recognized by both Billboard and Pollstar with top touring awards, Nobody Does This Tour follows a string of record-breaking, sold-out arena shows from his Stay Hungry and You Bother Me tours.That success follows a number of blockbuster years for the comedian, author, and actor. In addition to releasing a best-selling memoir, Stay Hungry, and a Netflix original special, also titled Stay Hungry, the comic hosted the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards. He has landed roles in Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-nominated The Irishman as well as Green Book, which won “Best Picture” at the Academy Awards. Maniscalco also can be seen on the small screen in Well Done with Sebastian Maniscalco, streaming on Discovery+ and airing on the Food Network.Platinum Seating provides fans with direct access to securing some of the best seats in the venue at market value. The market value for Platinum Seating is subject to change based on the overall demand and popularity for the event. Platinum Seating allows fans to purchase tickets in a safe and secure environment without running the risk of purchasing tickets that may be considered lost, stolen or counterfeit.

7pm

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/sebastian-maniscalco-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Thu, October 6th

LBC Presents Tyler Henry—The Hollywood Medium

Medium Tyler Henry, star of the Netflix series, Life After Death with Tyler Henry, continues to be the most sought-after clairvoyant medium both in the United States and around the world. His first show, E! Entertainment’s mega-hit Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry, showcased his unique gift of communicating with the other side and his ability to bring comfort, closure, and hope to his clients and viewers.In each episode of Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry, the young medium has one-on–one readings with top celebrities including: Ellen DeGeneres, Sophia Vergara, Howie Mandel, Jim Parsons, RuPaul, and many others. During his live show, An Evening of Hope and Healing, Henry shares how he communicates with departed loved ones, incredible stories of his journey to Hollywood, and detailed accounts of readings that helped shape his understanding of the other side. His personal live readings of audience members often bring the entire audience to tears. Tyler is also a best-selling author with his first book, Between Two Worlds – Lessons from The Other Side. His second book, Here and Hereafter, was released in March, 2022.

8pm

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/tyler-henry-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Sun, October 9th

Glen Ellen Village Fair

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

 

 

 


Sun, October 9th

Trione Winery Dinner Under the Stars - Geyserville

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

 

 

 

 

 


Sat, October 15th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sun, October 23rd

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

 

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

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


 

 

 


Fri, November 4th

LBC Presents Soweto Gospel Choir

Out of the darkness comes a new dawn. In their HOPE concert, which commemorates and remembers South Africa’s freedom movement and the civil rights movement in the US, three-time Grammy Award®-winning Soweto Gospel Choir brings joy and inspiration to all. Expect an unforgettable performance, starting with some of the South African freedom songs that inspired their Rainbow Nation then moving to beautiful and heartfelt renditions of the music of the civil rights movement, featuring works by legendary artists like Billy Holiday, James Brown, Otis Redding, Curtis Mayfield, and the one-and-only Aretha Franklin.Hailing from Soweto (South West Township), a town outside of Johannesburg and home of Nelson Mandela and South Africa’s democratic movement, Soweto Gospel Choir continues to inspire audiences around the world with their powerful blend of African gospel, freedom songs and international classics.Comprising a line-up of some of South Africa’s best vocalists, these uplifting performers have shared the stage and collaborated with the biggest names in contemporary music including Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Beyonce, U2, Diana Ross, Peter Gabriel, Chris Martin, John Legend, Pharrell Williams, Jimmy Cliff, Ben Harper, Angelique Kidjo, Robert Plant, Celine Dion, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hugh Masekela and Josh Groban.Soweto Gospel Choir was formed in 2003 at the end of the Apartheid era and during South Africa’s inspiring return to Democracy. Taking part in some of the major historical events in the new democratic South Africa, Soweto Gospel Choir performed on many occasions for former President Nelson Mandela, and, sadly, for his state funeral in South Africa and commemorative service at Westminster Abbey in London. They were similarly invited to perform at the funeral service for Winnie Mandela. The Choir’s patron is human rights activist and Noble Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Soweto Gospel Choir is proud to act as Ambassadors for the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

7:30pm

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/soweto-gospel-choir-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Thu, November 10th

Rodney Strong Dance Series Versa-Style Dance Company

Versa-Style Dance Company’s latest full-length work, FREE-Mind FREE-Style, consists of high-energy, unadulterated hip hop movement that will explore the depths of improvisational dance. Using street dance vernacular as vehicles of expression, such as locking, popping, hip hop and krump, this unique show offers a brand new experience of freestyle street dance live on stage. Audiences will walk away with a visceral immersion into Hip Hop dance culture.The work dives into the concept of freedom from all angles: the personal, the political, the physical, and the spiritual. How do we experience freedom? What contains us, oppresses us, and what ultimately allows us to break free? FREE-Mind, FREE-Style explores these questions from both the evolutionary and ancestral lens, blending cutting-edge hip hop, popping, and krump movement with house dance that pays homage to the Afro-Latin roots of Hip Hop dance culture, where street dancers ultimately draw their revolutionary power.Danced to sonic remixes of hip hop, classical, and electronic music, the work pushes the dancers’ physical limits. It calls upon each artist in the diverse company to draw upon his and her own experience of freedom and the battle it takes to achieve it.

8pm

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/versa-style-dance-co-2022/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Wed, November 16th

LBC Presents Nigella Lawson

Nigella Lawson is an internationally renowned food writer and TV cook whose successful television programs have made her a household name around the world. In her one-woman performance, An Evening with Nigella Lawson, she recounts her life trajectory by way of the people, food, and recipes that have shaped her unique life and career. Lawson has 12 bestselling books to her name, including her latest, Cook, Eat, Repeat: Ingredients, Recipes, and Stories. Her books have sold more than 12 million copies worldwide. Lawson’s first TV series, Nigella Bites, aired in 2000. She was a judge on the three seasons of The Taste, which broadcast in the UK and US in 2013 and 2014, and has made several appearances on MasterChef Australia. Lawson was voted “Author of the Year” at the 2001 British Book Awards (Nibbies), and “Best Food Personality 2014” at the Observer Food Monthly Awards. Information on LBC’s Covid-19 policies per CA State guidelines

8pm

Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/nigella-lawson/

Phone: 707-546-3600


Sat, November 19th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sat, November 19th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sat, December 17th

Vintagelandia Market - Napa

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


Sun, January 15th

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

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


Sun, April 16th

Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - Rohnert Park

3pm - (Complimentary Instrument Petting Zoo 2pm.).
All patrons, regardless of age must have a ticket. COVID-19 protocols
could change before October.

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University 

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