Community Calendar

 

Today
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Fri, May 29th

Virtual Sail Away Party - Dave Koz & Friends

Dave Koz & Friends at Home - 2020 Virtual Sailaway Party


The date our 1st voyage was due to set sail from Amsterdam).... and you are 

hereby invited!  .... no flying, no passport, no tickets necessary, no hassles -

just ALL fun!

 

We'll have a whole slate of special guests - all artists who were set to join

us for this cruise . . . As well as some musical performances, interviews &

of cours, surprises as we come together for an afternoon of fun & music!

View on Facebook or YouTube Live, 2pm PDT.

http://www.davekoz.com


Today
thru
Fri, June 26th

Slim Man Sings on Facebook Live

5@5 = 5 Songs at 5pm - Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

A little Frank, A little Dino, A little Slimness, A lotta FUN!

http://www.slimman.com/


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 31st

Children’s Museum offers at-Home Resources

For Caregivers with Playology Playbook.

We have compiled a collection of favorite STEAM based activities

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math).

Providing children opportunities to explore the world around them.

(707) 546-4069

https://www.cmosc.org/blog/

 

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Wed, July 29th

Volunteers Needed - Santa Rosa

The Volunteer Center of Sonoma County is looking for volunteers to help pack food.

Shifts are available in Santa Rosa, Monday - Friday, from 9am-12/Noon &

1-4pm.  Sign up online.

(707) 573-3399

http://www.sonoma.cvnl.org


Sat, May 30th
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Fri, June 26th

Artstart Annual Summer Arts Program opens in new location

Artstart is now acccepting applications for the Apprenticeship Program

for aspiring between the ages 14-20 years of age.  This year the program 

will run two 4-week sessions, one for the month of July, the other in August,

on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 10am-4pm.

Application deadline is Friday, June 26, 2020.

 

New location features a large, airy warehouse & plentiful outdoor spaces 

which will allow smaller groups to work in a social distancing environment.

317 Sutton Place, Santa Rosa

(707) 546-2345

http://www.artstart.us

 


Sat, May 30th
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Sat, June 6th

Alexander Valley Film Festival - Summer Drive-in Movie Series

June 6th - "Indiana Jones & the Raiders of the Lost Ark."

Gates will open at 8pm & movie will start at sundown.

Purchase tickets online.  Tickets: $30/Per Car.


We will be strictly following guidelines issued by the country

& state in relation to the COVID-19.

Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds

https://www.avfilmsociety.org


Sat, May 30th

Healdsburg District Hospital hosting COVID-19 testing

3-7pm - The County Public Health Department would like to encourage

members of the community who are essential workers or live with 

essential workers including agriculture/farming, restaurants, health

care & in the food supply chain to take advantage of this free test.
Healdsburg District Hospital 

Emergency Department Parking Lot

Entrance: 1312 Premtice Dr.,

(707) 565-4667

http://www.healdsburgdistricthospital.org

 


Sat, May 30th

Rivertown Revival Living Room Live!

7pm - The spirit of Rivertown is an ongoing effort from within

the community to celebrate life, support the the arts & raise

awareness & funds for environmental protection & education.

http://www.rivertownrevival.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sun, May 31st

Help Needed for Windsor’s Hungry

Rotarians in Windsor will be collecting food & other supplies

& will be delivering them to the Windsor Food Pantry.

Specifically, they are looking for boxes or bags with these contents:

sealed boxed, canned or packaged food; special needs for proteins,

produce& cereal; spices or condiments, unopened; sanitizer/food wrap.

Boxes & Bags should be labeled "Rotary Food Drive."

For questions: (707) 892-0492

Donations are also accepted online:

http://Windsorrotary.org/donate


Sat, May 30th
thru
Wed, June 3rd

Comedian Mean Dave online

His unique style of comedy will have you rolling with laughs.

Dave rivets the audience with hilarious sarcasm& self-deprecating

punch lines.

 

After completing your reservation, a show link & access code will become

available to you via your e-ticket confirmation email.

http://www.crushersofcomedy.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 31st

Petaluma Arts Center offers online & drive-by art shows, weekly podcast

Online exhibit of student art, a drive-by art program for artists who 

want to display their work in their front yards & a weekly podcast

on the experience of sheltering in place in Petaluma.

http://www.petalumaartscenter.org

http://www.shelteringpetaluma.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, August 28th

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

Online Resources to visit the Parks from home.

http//www.parksconservancy.org


Sat, May 30th
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Fri, July 31st

New COVID-19 Loss Recovery Library for Small Businesses

This Library offers current information, strategies & helpful resources

for collecting all available insurance benefits for losses associated with

COVID-19.

http://www.uphelp.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sat, October 31st

Fill Out Your 2020 Census

Did you know future resources for our children & grandchildren rely on

a complete count in the Census?  It's just nine easy questions you can

take it on the phone or online.

http://www.CaliforniaCensus.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, August 28th

Choose Safe Sunscreen - Sonoma County

FDA findings & scientific studies indicate that ingredients found in many 

chemical sunscreens may cause damage to humans & the environment.

To choose a safe sunscreen, look for active ingredients non-nano zinc 

oxide or non-nano titanium dioxide.

http://www.safesunscreencouncil.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

Virtual Skills Lessons to Local Youth Soccer Players

Local youth Soccer Players don't have to wait until their teams can gather again

to get a little practice in, thanks to coaches from Santa Rosa United Soccer league.

Two zoom sessions daily, weekly webinars with former players, a weekly "train

on your own" program & a Google classroom.

Please email:

kkilroy@srunited.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Wed, July 29th

Engaging from a Distance - Green Music Center

The Green Music Center aims to continue providing access to diverse artistic 

experiences that educate, connect & inspire Sonoma State University & neighboring

North Bay communities.  As a small gesture of support for the Artists & regional

communities who help us thrive, we offer the following list of upcoming live streams 

& recently recorded videos from the artists who inspire us!

For a complete list of upcoming Live Streams, Recurring Live Streams & Recently 

Recorded Performances:

http://www.gmc.sonoma.edu


Sat, May 30th
thru
Wed, September 30th

Play Digital Puzzles of Sonoma County

While travel may not be so easily accessible right now, that doesn't mean

we can't still dream about travel.  So we're bringing beautiful scenes of

Sonoma County right to your home with interactive puzzles of some of

Sonoma County's most iconic views.  
Hike through redwood forests, take in the Pacific Oean, ride in a hot air balloon,

explore the vineyards of Sonoma County, or try a delicious wine & food pairing.

http://www.sonomacounty.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Wed, July 29th

Costeaux French Bakery, The Knead Program

Baking to support our Community.

 

Costeaux is on a mission to bake 15,000 loaves of bread per month to support 

the work of the Redwood Empire Food Bank & Sonoma Family Meals.

Costeaux quickly stepped up & adjusted production schedules to support area

markets & grocers as conventional products became scarce.

 

To help supply the needed requirement for bread, Costeaux has crafted

The Knead Program which will directly support the Redwood Empire Food

Bank & Sonoma Family Meals.

Not unlike so many businesses, Costeaux was impacted significantly when

the shelter-in-place order was initiated as many of the bakery clients shuttered

their doors.  Community is one of the Costeaux Core Values & the bakery knew

that it could help during this crisis.

 

The bakery has committed to the first 2,500 loaves of bread & is now seeking

others to help.  For each loaf purchased, Costeaux will match that w/ another

loaf of bread.  You can support this initiative w/ a $5 dollar contribution for a loaf

which will be matched by Costeaux.

A $20 contribution buys 5 loaves, $100/buys 30 loaves - all of which wii be

matched by Costeaux.

 

To support The knead Program or direct donations can be sent to

Redwood Empire Food Bank. 
http:///www.refb.org

or 

Sonoma Family Meal

http://www.sonomafamilymeal.com

(707) 433-1913

http://www.costeaux.com

 

 

 

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 1st

Re-opening begins: guidance & checklists for Businesses

http://www.socoemergency.org


Sat, May 30th

May is National Water Safety Month

Let's all commit to learning more & teaching our families about safety 

participating in water-related recreational activities, like swimming.

Simple Steps to Safer Pools.  Video can be viewed on YouTube.


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, August 28th

Open for Business - Local Directory

http://www.bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 31st

Open For Take Out

Support Dining Out For Life Restaurants.

http://www.fftfoodbank.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

COVID-19 Restaurant, Brewery & Farmers Market Guide

Santa Rosa & Sonoma County Restaurants Offering Curbside Pickup & Delivery.

All are following officially recommended health & safety guidelines.

http://www.visitsantarosa.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

Looking for a new book? - Sebastopol

10am-5pm - Curbside pick-up - EVERYDAY!

Now available at ALL Copperfield's Books locations.

Need a book to read or game to play?  SHOP LOCAL.

Copperfield's Books

(707) 823-2618

http://www.copperfieldsbooks.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 15th

Help Food Banks Feed Families in Need

More than 37 million people in the U.S. struggle with hunger - and they are 

today in urgent need.  That's why Simon is hosting Feeding America Food 

Banks, distributions and more.

http://www.secure.feedingamerica.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, June 12th

Virtual Viewing - Museum

100 Years of Freedom - honors the centennial anniversary of women's right

to vote in the United States with artwork that explores the concept of freedom.

(415) 451-8119

http://www.artworksdowntown.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 31st

TOYWORKS In Sebastopol has Puzzles!

Along with Toys, Sidewalk Chalk, Books, Games, Party Supplies

& lots more!

Now with Curbside Pickup.

(707) 829-2003


Sat, May 30th

The Virtual Daily - Jewish Community Center

From Celebrity Interviews, Live Movie streaming, Israeli Films,

Happy Hour & lots more!

http://www.jccsoco.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, August 31st

Drowning is quick, it is silent & also preventable

The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging parents & other adults, to plan

multiple layers of protection to keep children & teens safe around water this 

summer.  This is especially important during the Covid-19 pandemic, as rates 

of preventable childhood injuries may increase.

https://digitalmedia.vnr1.com/2019/05/01/

 

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 31st

The Warm Line - Sonoma County

10am-7pm - Seven days a week.
For residents who are experiencing emotional stress & side effects

of the COVID-19 pandemic & shelter-in-place order.

Callers can speak to a trained professional counselor who will 

provide support, guidance, education & referrals.

Service in Spanish & telephone interpretation of other languages also available.

(707) 565-2652


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 1st

Sonoma County’s experience w/ COVID-19

The Sonoma County Library invites community members to document history through 

writing, art & other creative expression during the COVID-19 & to donate these items to

the library.  The materials, representing firsthand experiences by local residents, will become part of a special library collection of primary sources.

 

Once the crisis is resolved & it is safe to bring items to the library, residents will be invited

to bring in journals, photos, drawings, letters, scrapbooks & other 2-dimensional physical 

documents that tell the story of life in Sonoma County during this time.

http://www.publicservices@sonomalibrary.org

 

 

 

 

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 1st

Color Me Sonoma

Sonoma County Coloring Book.  Enjoy this printable coloring book with

31 iconic Sonoma County sites & fun history. 

425 7th St., Santa Rosa

http://www.museumsc.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sun, May 31st

Video - History of the Historic 1910 Santa Rosa Post Office

Narrated by local actor, author, director, screenwriter & narrator of films, theatre,

tv & audiobooks, Peter Coyote.

To celebrate this 110 year incredible anniversary - we're taking a look back at the

buildings history...

http://www.museumsc.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sun, May 31st

CalFresh Awareness Month - Sonoma County

To cultivate more support & provide greater access to local food,

markets continue to welcome CalFresh/EBT, WIC & other nutrition

incentive programs.   During the month of May, participating markets

will increase daily Market Match limit to $20.  We're still supporting our

communities, it just looks different- with masks, limited shoppers per

household & curbside pickup for those who need to maintain social distancing.

http://www.petalumabounty.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 15th

West County Community Services

Keeping services open to those in need.  Meal Programs

for Seniors & Homeless individuals.

16390 Main St., Guerneville

(707) 823-1604 x101

http://www.westcountyservices.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing

Testing will be done for at-risk groups with scheduled appointments only.

The County has recently received a significant number of swabs critical 

for testing & is eager to expand its testing capability for COVID-19.

Sonoma County Public Health Laboratory

(Held in Parking Lot Area)

3133 Chanate Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 565-4667


Sat, May 30th
thru
Thu, July 2nd

Feed the Pets - Food Drive

Ongoing Food Drive to stock our Pet Food Pantry to help those in need

during the COVID-19 crisis.  
Looking for Donations of:  Dry Dog Food, Canned Dog & Cat Food,

Any special diet foods, Dog & Cat treats & any other foods for all types

of pets.

3313 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 978-2474


Sat, May 30th
thru
Thu, July 30th

Virtual Food Drive - Food For Thought - Sonoma County

Virtual Food Drive to donate Food or Cash.

Funds generated will be used to buy critically needed groceries for our clients.

(707) 887-1647

http://FFTfoodbank.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

Become a Californian For All - California Volunteers

Governor Gavin Newsom announced this week, the formation of an All

California Volunteer Force.  Check it out & shelter safely.

 

Step up to meet the moment & serve California.s communities!

By joining #CaliforniansForAll

you will be called to safely help your neighbors, communities & all of California.

We partner with state agencies, local governments & nonprofits who have 

unmet volunteer needs.

Fill out the form & join the movement!

https://californiavolunteers.ca.gov/get-involved/occidental-19/signup


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sat, June 20th

Recreating Art - Join the Fun!

Inspired by the Getty Challenge & Rijksmuseum Challenge, MSC joined

in on the fun by creating artworks from our collection!

Give it a try by searching our collection & sharing your results with

us on social media.

https://museums.pastperfectonline.com/randomimages


Sat, May 30th
thru
Thu, July 30th

Looking to Help in this Crisis?

Isolation created by the COVID-19 virus leaves our elderly living in

Skilled Nursing Facilities alone.  We need your donated, working tablet

to help them connect with loved ones & the outside world.  
To find drop off locations or arrange for pick up:

https://senioradvocacyservices.org/tablet-turnover/


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, June 26th

Be Red Cross Ready + COVID-19 Webex Information

A free preparedness education cirriculum for communities design to help 

people understand, prepared for & respond appropriately to disasters.

Join us in our new virtual format, via Webex , to learn about disaster preparedness.

(415) 655-0001

Access Code: 735 035 764

http://www.volunteerconnection.redcross.org


Sat, May 30th

Meals for Heroes - Sonoma County

With these challenging times, our local first responders & health care professional are 

working harder than ever to support & protect our community.  As a Thank You for their

efforts, we are organizing meal donations from our community.

Law Enforcement, EMT's, Firefighters, & Healthcare Professionals will be supplied

Lunch & Dinner meals through Meals for Heroes sponsored by Homes for Heroes.

 

Meals will need to be delivered by the restaurant of choice (Support Local if possible) or

grocery store.  Please nothing homemade at this time as we are being extra cautious of

everyone's health & safety.  Snack packs are a great option as well w/ prepackaged food 

such as: granola bars jerky, nuts, cookies, chips, dried fruits, etc.

MEAL Deliveries will be for groups of 10-20 people.

Contact: Morgan Sullivan - (707) 696-8654

to set up a Meals for Heroes Delivery.

Once we have confirmation of donation, we will help set up the date, time & delivery

location for our Heroes.

morgan@sullivangroupwinecountry.com

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 1st

2020 Summer Reading with the Library Program

Program begins: June 1, 2020.

 

A summer of exploration, learning & fun!

Readers can also work together to reach an audacious goal, of reading

2 million minutes, county wide, this summer.  We are asking each participant

to read at least 960 minutes during that time.  It only takes 20 minutes a day

this summer to surpass your 960-minute goal.

Paper reading logs can be downloaded at:

http://www.sonomalibrary.org/summerreading2020

 

Summer reading is for all ages & for every 8 hours you read, you'll get a 

free book to keep,also when libraries reopen.

Prevent the "Summer Slide" - Help your child set realistic summer reading 

goals, such as 20 minutes a day.  Sneak books into all fun activities you

do with your child.  Show your child that reading matters by taking time 

to read yourself.

Community members can participate online & at home for now

& then the program will be expanded to the branches once we reopen.
(707) 308-3262

https//sonomalibrary.beanstack.org


Sat, May 30th

Darcy’s Fine Jewelers - Downtown Santa Rosa

At such a confusing & emotional time, Darcy's Fine Jewelers is doing something 

a little special for our community.

Owner Greg Darcy was moved to help the family of fallen Santa Rosa Police Officer

Mary Lou Armer.  He found a beautiful angel pendant worth $120 & decided to offer

it to our community for just $50 & a portion of that will be donated to the PORAC

Fund a hero in honor of Officer Armer's family.

 

Show your support of this local family & show everyone you believe in Sonoma County

by wearing your pendant during Zoom calls or grocery store visits.

We could all use an angel to help us through these difficult times.  

Let Darcy's Fine Jewelers lift your spirits & those of our community with

this beautiful pendant.

Darcy's Fine Jewelers

50 Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa  

(707) 545-3957

http://www.darcysfinejewelers.com/benefit


Sat, May 30th
thru
Wed, July 29th

Virtual Food Drive - Santa Rosa

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Food & Funds Drive.

Every very dollar will help the Redwood Empire Food Bank feed a family in need.

With cancelled food drives, reduced grocery & retail supply sources 

& volunteers stuck at home, our local food banks are serving more people with

fewer hands.

http://www.SRCity.org/FoodDrive

 

 

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

Council on Aging - Sonoma County

Our Senior Peer Support Volunteers are continuing to provide mental

health support & coping skills.  If you need help please call.

(707) 525-0143

http://www.councilonaging.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sat, June 6th

Virtual Class - Designing Comics - Walt Disney Family Museum

For Grades: 6 - 12

May 30, 1:30-2:30pm,

June 6, 1:30--2:30pm.

*Note: Time zone may vary.

Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco

https://www.waltdisney.org/education/classes/virtual-class-designing-comics-grades-6-12-session


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, June 26th

Wise Acre Farm - Virtual Tours

Sonoma County - Life Opens Up

 

An increasingly self-sustaining egg farm with the goal to raise chickens humanely.

The farm provides the healthiest farm fresh eggs - all hand washed & sorted by size

& quality.  Sine they created the first known egg vending machine of its kind in operation

in the U.S.  Individuals can pick up farm-fresh eggs at any time.

Before eventaully opening the 1st Saturday of the month for farm tours.
Wise Acre Farm

631 Arata Ln., Windsor

(707) 480-1900

http://www.WiseAcreEggs.com/


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

Safari West - Virtual Tour

Sonoma County - Life Opens Up
 

Bringing a little bit of Safari West to everyone's home by saying, 'our gates are closed

but our hearts are still open.'  While the dedicated animal caretakersare still at work 

with the wildlife during this time, they are sharing an inside look at what it's like to 

interact & take care of the Safari animals.

Videos can be found on Safari's Facebook page.

3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 579-2551

http://www.safariwest.com

 

 


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

Child Abuse Prevention

COVID-19 is impacting us in ways we never imagined.  Right now, Child

Abuse reports are down nearly 20 percent . . . Children need our help.

The possibility of child abuse increases as social isolation & economic

conditions impact living situations.  Now more than ever we need to be 

more diligent about checking in our family members & neighbors.


If you know a child who needs help or you suspect a child is being abused,

please call the Child Help Hotline:

1-800-4-A-CHILD


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

The Museum of Sonoma County - Virtual Arts & Crafts

Sonoma County - Life Opens Up

 

Sharing activities it's website & social media channels & encouraging people to

tag their artwork on Instagram for a chance to have it shared in their Instagram story.

Individuals are also encouraged to follow their Insta-stories to see what other local

artists are making at home.  Their website features video tours of exhibitions & behind

the scenes footage, plus a downloadable coloring book of iconic Sonoma County sites.

475 Seventh St., Santa Rosa

(707) 579-1500

http://www.museumsc.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, June 26th

Summer Club Camp - Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Marin

Keeping our Members safe is our top priority.  In order to do that,

Summer Club will look a bit different than a typical summer camp,

& will follow social distancing, sanitation & Sonoma County Public

Health Guidelines.

4-week & 5-week option.

htpp://www.bgcsonoma-Marin.org/summer club


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County

Sonoma County - Life Opens Up

 

Sharing information, safety practices & fun tips for at home activities.

The Children's Museum of Sonoma County

1835 W. Steele Ln., Santa Rosa

(707) 546-4069

http://www.cmosc.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 15th

Walk/Run 1-Mile Fundraiser - For Local Animal Rescue

Walk anywhere, walk anytime & proceeds ($10) from your entry will be

directly donated to Countryside Animal Rescue.  
Formal Fundraisers, Adoptions & Volunteers are at all time low.

We need your support NOW more than ever.  You can get outside,

get fresh air, social distance & really do a great thing for a deserving rescue.

 

Walk or Run a mile at your pace whenever, wherever you can by June 15th.

Record your time on your phone, with a smart watch or an app & then go

back & record the time on the website

http://www.Pets2theRescue.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 30th

California’s Poppy Bloom Can Be Seen From Space

Big Spring Rains meant big bright poppy fields.

Flower power from 483 miles high.

http://www.earthobservatory.nasa.gov


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sun, June 14th

NASCAR Schedule Update

http://www.charlottemotorspeedway.com


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, December 1st

Fire Prevention Order - Sonoma County

With the 2020 wildfire year upon us, the Bureau of Land Management has 

issued a statewide Fire Prevention Order to help prevent the risk of

wildfires igniting in California.  It serves as a reminder of basic precautions

to reduce wildfires that apply year-round.

http://www.preventwildfireca.orgCampfirePermits


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

Restrictions on Sonoma County Parks Closure Eased

Allowing residents to walk or bike to parks from their homes for basic

exercise.  Driving to a park is not allowed.  Parking Lots, Restrooms, Playgrounds,

Picnic Areas & Sports Courts will remain closed, as will Sonoma Coast Beaches.

http://www.socoemergency.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

Your Online Library Never Closes - Sonoma County

Find online games, books & fun activities for 24/7 access to our digital resources.

http://www.sonomalibrary.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 31st

Teen Artists Call To Create: Shelter In Place: Artstart, Sonoma County

A call for teen artists to express visually, the personal, social, political & global effects

of the pandemic crisis.  As this situation affects each of us differently, we invite the 

voices of those 14-20 to offer their unique perspective.  From detailed paintings, to

simple sketches, all levels welcome.  May this exercise offer a productive & healing 

activity.  We will share the artwork, not only online, but eventually to be woven into large,

collaged mural designs that will include pieces of all the submissions.  
Artists need to take a photo & send the image to:

http://www.artstart.us/

 

 


Sat, May 30th

Sonoma County Dancers United: Give a Gift Fundraiser

Gift a Gift to celebrate the hard work and/or special day of your 

loved ones while supporting a great cause!  Our dozen chocolate 

covered strawberries make a tasty gift for a recent graduate,

essential worker, birthday or other special occasion!

100% of the proceeds go to our dance studio scholarship program.

Every purchase makes a difference! 
 

***Pre-order by 10am, May 28.  Available for pick-up May 29 & 

May 30, 3-7pm.

Taproom & Lounge

4357 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa

https://www.scdancersunited.org/


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, June 26th

Luther Locals - Online

5pm - A weekly online program that features a local artist with a special performance 

on Facebook.  Help us support the amazing talent in the North Bay & connect 

our community with these great "mini-concerts" by tuning in every Friday.

http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Sat, July 25th

Dog Fest Wine Country - Virtual Event

Actual Online Event: July 25th.

 

All funds raised support the mission of Canine Companions of Independence,

which continues to help people with disabilities, even during this pandemic.

http://www.cci.org/DogFestWineCountry


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

Healdsburg Virtual Events

Thank you for staying home & flattening the curve.  Your local businesses & non-profits

want to make sure you are plenty entertained.  Check out virtual events happening in 
Healdsburg such as online art classes, virtual wine tastings, cooking along at home with

a professional chef & workshops to help grow your business.

http://www.healdsburg.com/events


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 29th

Thank You, America

Staying home isn't as easy as it looks.  It's hard missing out on family

gatherings, graduations & weddings.

For many, staying home has meant job loss & financial hardship.

Infectious diseases experts are fighting COVID-19 in hospitals, 

public health departments & laboratories across the country.

When you stay home, you're helping us with this so we can emerge

strong & healthy, together again.


Sat, May 30th
thru
Fri, July 3rd

Virtual Fundraiser for Sebastopol Schools

Our students need your help.  Please donate to the online "Auction for Education."

http://www.sebastopolkiwanisclub.org


Sat, May 30th
thru
Mon, June 15th

Weed Abatement - Sonoma County

To help reduce the threat of fires during fire season, the City of Santa Rosa

has a Weed Abatement Ordinance that requires property owners to cut

weeds & grasses that are over 4 inches in height once Fire season is declared

& maintain that level of compliance throughout the duration of the season.

http://www.srcity.org/WeedAbatement


Sat, May 30th
thru
Tue, June 9th

Sound Healing to Liberate Fear & Strengthen Immunity

Sign up for Instant Access to the free reading with Eileen McKusick.

Register:

http://www.theshiftnetwork.com


Sat, May 30th

Virtual Fun Run Schedule - Healdsburg Running Co.

http://www.healdsburgrunningcompany.com


Sun, May 31st
thru
Mon, September 7th

Bees N’ Blooms Farm - Santa Rosa

Days & Hours: 

Fridays, 10am-2pm AND Sundays, 10am-2pm.

We will continue to fulfill online orders, for those who don't quite 

feel ready to be out.  Tuesday's will still be a pickup day, from

10am-12/Noon, as well as Friday's when we are open.

3883 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 293-8293

https://www.beesblooms.com/

 

 

 


Sun, May 31st

APDA California Virtual Optimism Walk

The California Walk is part of a nationwide series of Optimism Walks

that mobilize & inspire people to step up & help put an end to 

Parkinson's disease (PD).  Each & every virtual participant will help

make a difference for those living with the disease today & to push for

answers that will ultimately make PD a thing of the past.

With new virtual Optimism Walks, participants head out on their

own, but are united in spirit from coast to coast.

http://www.apdaparkinson.org


Sun, May 31st
thru
Sat, August 29th

Healdsburg Farmers Market

Saturdays 8:30am-12/Noon - Farmers' Markets are designated an "essential service"

& remain open to serve the Community.  New procedures & rules to insure everyone's

health & safety will be in place.

Featuring a wide variety of fruits & vegetables, as well as flowers, cheese,

honey, olive oil, bread, wild fish, pastured finished meat, fresh eggs & lots more!

West Plaza Parking Lot (1 Block off The Paza).

http://www.healdsburg.com


Sun, May 31st

Hopmonk Presents - The In The Meantime Series

5/31 - 4:30pm - Stella Heath.

Streaming Live this week on Sebastopol's Facebook Page

http://www.hopmonk.com/Sebastopol/


Sun, May 31st
thru
Thu, December 10th

Windsor Farmers Market

10am-1pm -  Every Sunday.  With all your favorite vendors, along with some

new vendors as well!  We will have all the COVID protocols in place until

further notice.  Facial Masks are required to enter the market.  Please help

us stay open by following all signage on site.

Windsor Town Green
http://www.windsorfarmersmarket.com


Sun, May 31st
thru
Sun, June 7th

Sunday Night Virtual Tasting - Kendall-Jackson

Sonoma County - Life Opens Up


Conducted by K-J Winemaster Randy Ullom.

To pick up the wines ahead of time:

http://www.kj.com

And use promo code KJ20 to receive 20% off at checkout or purchase the wine from your

local grocery store or via services like Instacart & Drizly.

The short-format video features will be broadcasted on the winery's Facebook &

Instgram pages.

http://www.kj.com/visit

 


Sun, May 31st
thru
Sun, December 27th

Sebastopol Farmers Market

10am-1:30pm - Every Sunday.  Fresh produce, prepared foods &

farmer inspired products.  Year-round.

http://www.happeningsonomacounty.com


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 26th

Trees for the Future

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, committed to ending poverty, hunger

& deforestation.  In developing countries around the world,

Trees for the Future is helping impoverished farming families 

plant themselves out of poverty through our Forest Garden Approach.

http://www.trees.org/radio


Mon, June 1st
thru
Tue, August 4th

Help Support Seniors

Your support is truly needed at this time of COVID-19.

We are still serving Seniors & still have expenses!

How to Donate Online:

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org/donate

Mail Check to:

167 North High St., Sebastopol

(707) 829-2440

 

 

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, June 29th

Virtual Classes & Day Trips - Sebastopol Senior Center

We are now offering some of our classes online such as 

Gentle Yoga, Chair Yoga, The Declutter Support Group, 

Speaking of Death, TED Talks & more!  
http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, June 29th

Sonoma County’s Residential Curbside Chipper Program

This free curbside chipper service supports residents in creating 

defensible space around their homes & reduces vegetation along

access routes.  This program is for unincorporated Sonoma County.

An important change is residents must use ( SoCo Report it).

the County's Online Reporting System, to submit applications.

Paper applications will no longer be accepted.

http://www.sonomacounty.ca.gov/fire-prevention/chipper-program

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, November 6th

Open Burn Suspension - Sonoma County

Bans all outdoor burning.

"As conditions across California Sonoma County are drying out, we must

take every step to prevent wildfires from igniting," said James Williams,

Sonoma County Fire Marshall.

(707) 433-5911


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, June 29th

Disability Disaster Access & Resources Program

The joint effort will aid the disability, aging & Access & Functional Needs 

(AFN) population ahead of a Public Safety Shutoff (PSPS), when power

is turned off during times of heightened wildfire risk.

 

Applications for portable backup batteries will be available online

& at Independent Living Centers across the state.  Individuals who use

life-sustaining electrical support will be the highest priority.

http://www.disabilitydisasteraccess.org


Mon, June 1st
thru
Sun, August 23rd

Our Virtual Table - Benefitting Food For Thought

Actual Event:  Aug., 23, 2020

 

7:30-8pm - We will livestream our event, complete with music, a client 

speaker & giving opportunities. Also a great online auction, full of

items for you to bid on - all from the comfort of your home!

 

Let's all come together on August 23, 2020 to raise critical funds to feed

850 people living with HIV & other serious illnesses in Sonoma County.

(707) 887-1647 x126

http://www.fftfoodbank.ejoinme.org


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, June 29th

Sonoma County Tourism launches globally-inspired message of Solidarity

Video project celebrates togetherness with a virtual toast from around the world.

Featuring both local hospitality businesses & Sonoma County fans scattered 

around the world.  Each of those people in the video sends an important message

of solidarity & virtual connectedness through the simple act of toasting.

Local winemakers, distillers & small businesses have come together to travelers

from around the world.  An in turn, travelers & Sonoma County fans from different

cultures, have raised a glass from their homes in countries around the world

& throughout the United States.

The video can be found & shared on YouTube, Facebook & LinkedIn.

 

 

 

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 26th

Homeless Shower Ministry - Healdsburg

11am-3pm - Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

Showers for the Homeless - deemed an essential service by the community.

The Healdsburg Food Pantry provides packages of food, the City of 

Healdsburg is supplying the laundry services & due to a generous parishioner

we are able to provide clean socks.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

208 Mathewson St., Healdsburg

(707) 433-2107

 

 

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Tue, June 30th

One Last Thing - Ag Teaching Made Easy

COVID-19 Remote Learning Free Resources.

One Less Thing was created for one purpose . . . And that was to help Teachers.

(707) 544-5575

http://www.onelessthing.net


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, June 29th

New Resources - The Healdsburg Chamber

Resources to assist you through these trying times.  
New information added almost daily.

http://www.healdsburg.com/COVID-19


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 26th

SRJC providing Resources for Students

In addition to continuing to provide remote education to Sonoma County

students through 2020, SRJC is also striving to help students stay in

school throughout the coronavirus crisis.  Through emergency grant 

funding, food distributions, a laptop loaner program & a dedicated 

Student Resource Center.

https://financialaid.santarosa.edu/srjc-student-emergency-grant

 

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Tue, June 30th

More tips from First 5 California - Sonoma County

There is perhaps no important time than now to make parents & caregivers aware

of the importance of talking, reading & singing to young children to help them

buffer the negative impact of stress caused by coronavirus

 

The more words a baby hears, the more it boosts language skills.
Your baby is listening & learning!

 

Make reading together the most special part of your day.  Your baby will feel

warm & connected to you.
http://www.firstfiveCalifornia.com


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, July 31st

Becoming Independent - Weekly Community Classes

Join us in our weekly community classes and/or check out  some of our

awesome resources - including some made by our very own talented

BI staff!

https://conta.cc/2LjKoFN


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, July 20th

CASA Volunteer Training - Sonoma County

Taking place in July & we are currently taking sign ups.

CASA of Sonoma County

(707) 565-6375

http://www.sonomacasa.org


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 19th

Summer Classes with SRJC Culinary

We are offering some great classes this summer that may be of 

interest to you!  They are part of our Specialty Classes, taught by 

experts in their fields.

http://www.admissions.santarosa.edu


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 5th

Sonoma County Offices of Education

SCORE & local school districts are working hard to support families & students.

For information on free school lunches, distance learning support & mental

wellness resources:

http://www.scoe.org/covid


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, August 31st

Help a Veteran Fight the Corona Virus Today

Our Veterans risked it all to protect our Freedoms. And now, as we all fight the

Corona Virus, vulnerable Veterans have little or no contact with their family

or hospital volunteers & staff.  Learn how you can help an isolated or sick Veteran.

http://www.healvets.org


Mon, June 1st
thru
Tue, June 30th

Virtual: Art, Sip & Stroll - Yountville

Featuring a web-based space for art, music & wine lovers to visit

& explore from the safety & comfort of all their home.

Experience virtual concerts, virtual Artist Studio Tours, virtual lectures

with Q&A sessions & even virtual tastings from our winery partners.

#Yountville 

#Tastelifehere


Mon, June 1st
thru
Sat, June 20th

Help us Prevent Stomach Cancer

Stomach cancer is a worldwide public health crisis & a silent killer.

The campaign calls for increases in collaboration & advocacy by 

individuals, cancer organizations, research institutions, medical 

professionals, companies & philanthropists to take in stomach 

cancer awareness & research around the globe.

http://www.digitalmedia.vnr1.com


Mon, June 1st
thru
Tue, June 30th

Celebrate World Bee Day with At-Home Activities

For National Pollinator Month in June, we're kicking off a major celebration 

of honeybees with our #GiveBeesAChance campaign!  We'll take you inside 

the the hive to learn all about the wonderful world of bees.

In the meantime, learn how you can support bees from home with gardening

tips, crafts & more!

 

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Wed, September 30th

North Bay Veterans Resource Center

A community based nonprofit that was founded in 1972 by a group of

Vietnam veterans who couldn't find the support they needed when 

they returned home.  The agency works to address the individual 

needs of each veteran with a primary focus on housing assistance,

clinical services & case management.

 

We provide rental assistance, utility payments, emergency housing

assistance (hotel vouchers), emergency food, resources & referrals, 

to eligible veterans & their families in need.  We also provide mental 

health & substance abuse treatment for homeless veterans in 

Sebastopol & Santa Rosa & provide permanent housing to

veterans in Petaluma.  We are working remotely & can schedule

appointments & conduct outreach.

(707) 578-8387

https://www.vetsresource.org/


Mon, June 1st
thru
Thu, June 18th

Stay Connected with Online Courses - SSU

Wine Business Management & Wine Industry Finance & Accounting.

(707) 664-3235

Questions: 

winebiz@sonoma .edu


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, June 29th

Help Shape the Future of the Sonoma Development Center

Seeking Community Input to Guide in the Planning Process.

The County's Permit Sonoma Department is leading the planning

effort together with a consultant team & has launched a robust

virtual community engagement process.

The full list of ways to get involved can be found on the project website:

http://www.sdcspecificplan.com 

 


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 12th

6th Street Playhouse Current Season suspended - but show goes on

We are excited to say that both 'The Legend of Georgia McBride' & 'Hair' will

be moved to the 2020-2021 season.

Currently, we hope to resume our School of Drama programming with our Summer

Camps starting in mid-June.  Enrollment is still occurring with a deposit that is fully

refundable should we have to cancel the camps.

 

Right now, while the theatre has no income, you can help the Playhouse by making a 

tax-deductible contribution through our website.  Your support will ensure the future of 

the Playhouse, which has provided Santa Rosa & Sonoma County with engaging theatre

for nearly 50 years.

 

We look forward to the other side of this where we can all come together to celebrate 

& enjoy the stories on our stages.  In the meantime you can view past performances

via social media, plus we will share other other fun virtual theatre experiences from

our friends on Broadway& other great theatre companies.

http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, July 27th

Transcendence Theatre Learn from Home

Transcendence Teaching Artists release four new videos each week.
The LEARN AT HOME lesson plans are designed to be fun, engaging & culturally

relevant to the students Transcendence Teaching Artists serve, with the hope it

will motivate students & families to learn at home.  Inspiration is a click away!

877-424-1414

http://www.transcendencetheatre.org


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, August 24th

Community Education Summer 2020 - Online

Learn from the comfort of home.  We're offcering a variety of

enrichment courses online.  New classes start every week.

http://www.communityed.santarosa.edu


Mon, June 1st
thru
Mon, August 24th

Community Education Summer 2020 - Online

Learn from the comfort of home.  We're offcering a variety of

enrichment courses online.  New classes start every week.

http://www.communityed.santarosa.edu


Mon, June 1st
thru
Fri, June 26th

H2O - Help-2-Others

Do you qualify for assistance with your water bill?

http://wwwcapsonoma.org/h2o


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Fri, July 24th

Jazz Trumpeter, Chris Botti - Tickets on sale. . .

Actual Show - Friday, July 24, 2020

 

Two Shows: 6:30pm AND 9:30pm.

VIP Hosted Q&A available at early show.

Dinner service available for purchase in Blue Note Napa.

JaM Cellars Ballroom

1030 Main St., Napa

http://www.bluenotenapa.com


Tue, June 2nd

Sonoma County Virtual Town Hall Meeting

7-8pm - Get the latest on the status of Coronavirus in 

Sonoma County.

Community members are invited to submit questions prior to & during

the broadcast.

Can be heard on KZST fm 100.1.

 


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Sat, July 11th

Comedy Fest - Santa Rosa

Show Dates: July 11, 16, 17, 18 & 25.
VIP Festival Passes on sale now!

Cost: $72/Entry into all 5 festival shows & reserved seating.

https://www.crushersofcomedy.com/comedyfest.html


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Tue, June 30th

Takeout Tuesday - Sonoma County

Order from Dining Out for Life Restaurants!

As we continue to stay home to help flatten the curve on the spread of the coronavirus,

local restaurants are suffering & in danger of closing.

Last year, these restaurants generously supported Food For Thought through our Dining

Out For Life event & we hope you will support them now with your takeout order.

 

You can also support restaurants that are temporarily closed by purchasing 

gift cards online & using them when they re-open.

We could not feed our clients without the support of these restaurants & community

supporters like you.

http://www.fftfoodbank.org


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Mon, June 15th

Support California Cheesemakers

Cheesemakers need your help NOW.  Buy local cheeses & keepartisan creamers

churing.  By seeking out California cheeses when you are shopping at your local

market or cheese shop.

Artisan  Cheesemakers run small business that help support local communities.

Our Cheesemakers are an integral part of our working landscape here in California.

Many are dairy farmers themselves & others purchase their milk from neighboring f

family dairy farms, helping to power the agricultural community.

#BuyCAcheese

http://www.cacheeseguild.org


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Mon, November 2nd

SC Registrar of Voters offers new Ballot Tracking Service

Sonoma County Voters can now sign up for the Secretary of State's 

"Where's My Ballot" program.  Voters can receive information about 

the location of their ballot, from the time it is mailed until it is returned

to the Registrar of Voters Office & counted, in real time.

http://wheresmyballot.sos.ca.gov/


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Tue, December 29th

East Side Farmers Market - Petaluma

10am-1:30pm - EVERY TUESDAY - YEAR ROUND.

Now offering Curbside Service.
Lucchesi Park - Peetaluma Community Center
320 N. McDowell Blvd.,
http://www.CommunityFarmersMarkets.com


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Thu, June 25th

Charlie’s Acres - Virtual Tours

Sonoma County - Life Opens Up

 

2-2:30pm - Every Tuesday & Thursday, Wise Acre Farm will show rescued animal residents of

Charlie's Acres & share their stories to educate people about the lives of farmed animals.

The farm will feature a different species during each of the videos & once they have made 

it through all 140 animal residents, they will start doing special tours such as 'breakfast w/ 

the pigs' & 'bedtime for animals.'

Charlies Acres is a non-profit farm animal sanctuary

http://www.charliesacres.org


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Tue, June 30th

The Show Must Go On - Luther Burbank Center for the ARTS

Though the curtains have temporarily drawn on our campus, the show behind the

scenes goes on.  We want to ensure you continue to see great performances, so

while we work with our top-notch artists to reschedule regrettably-postponed shows,

we are thrilled to announce new virtual experiences.

Please visit our website to see all that's new & all the details.

Let's Be Creative with LBC - Daily digital arts education content,

Drop The Mic - LBC's Weekly curated guide to all that is fun & entertaining,

Luther LOCALS - Great mini-concerts by Sonoma County Talent.

(707) 546-3600

http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Mon, June 29th

COVID-19 Helpful Information

A great resource for indiduals, households, businesses & the self-employed, 

mental heath & wellness, current alerts, county statistics & more.

http://www.socoemergency.org


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Sat, June 13th

Luther Burbank Gardens Plant Sale

Curbside Pickup - We have plenty of plants ready for sale - vegetables,

berries, herbs, succulents & ornamentals.

11am-3pm - Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat.

100 Santa Rosa Ave.,  Santa Rosa

http://www.lutherburbank.org


Tue, June 2nd
thru
Fri, November 27th

City Connections Newsletter

Stay connected with the latest news & important updates

from the City of Santa Rosa.  Receive:

Emergency Alerts, COVID-19 News, Community & Business Resources, 

City Council Actions, Projects & Program Updates & more.

http://www.SRCity.org/News


Wed, June 3rd

Events ONLINE w/ Copperfield’s Books

Wednesday, June 3, 7pm - Readings by Terry Lucas, Meryl Natchez, 

Troy Jollimore & Heather Altfeld.

http://www.copperfieldsbooks.com

 


Thu, June 4th
thru
Sat, June 6th

Flatbed Music Festival - Sebastopol

Designed to honor the diverse musical heritage of west county.

Featuring a mix of genres — Americana, Singer-Songwriters, Blues &
Jazz — & a lineup of Sonoma-grown Musicians on 10 intimate stages in Sebastopol, including one on the back of a flatbed truck.

The Flatbed Music Festival will benefit Play It Forward, a music organization
in Santa Rosa that provides musical instruments & private music lessons

to children in the community who couldn’t otherwise afford them.

https://www.hopmonk.com/sebastopol/

 

 

 

 

 


Thu, June 4th

Landscape Artist to Landscape Activist

5:30-7pm - An evening with  Diane Burke.

Join us on Zoom for an evening with renowned artist & environmental

activist Diane Burko.  She will present a lecture on her work & her journey

into activism.  Her presentation will be followed by a Q&A where we will

discuss her art, career & the role artists can play in environmental activism.

http://www.museumsc.org


Thu, June 4th
thru
Thu, July 30th

Household Toxics Disposal - Petaluma

Days & Hours: 7:30am-2:30pm - Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

The Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Facility is open every week for

free drop-off of toxics from Sonoma County residents.  Bring your ID to

prove residency

Central Disposal Site

Building 5,

500 Mecham Rd., Petaluma

(707) 795-1693

 


Fri, June 5th

(RE)LIVE Bottlerock Weekly Series

5pm - Tune in  EVERY Friday on YouTube Live.

 

 


Fri, June 5th
thru
Sun, June 21st

LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR - Sonoma

A NEIL SIMON GEM!   Called “The Funniest Comedy on Broadway”
by critics when it debuted in 1993, Simon revisits his early days in
the Writer's Room on shows like Sid Caesar’s Your Show of Shows
Backlit by the Cold War, women joining the work force & the McCarthy
era, the play it returns us to a time when America was falling in love
with this new thing called television.  Based on the real life antics
of Neil Simon & his brother Danny.

Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St., Sonoma

(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 

 

 

 


Sat, June 6th

Prune Packers Home Opener

6pm - Schedule is tentative due to Coronavirus concerns.

http://www.prunepackers .org

 

 


Thu, June 11th

Self-Care & Stress Management Webcast

6:30pm - Tools & Best Practices for Coping with COVID-19. . . . and Beyond.

A 60-minute webcast.  Brought to by Redwood Credit Union.

Hosted by Mary O'Neil, MA, MFT

maryoneill.com

 

 


Fri, June 19th
thru
Sun, June 21st

Free E-Waste & Mattress Recycling Event

9am-5pm - Mattresses accepted ONLY on June 20th.

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building
http://www.ccnorthbay.org/events


Fri, June 19th
thru
Sun, July 5th

Mamma Mia - Healdsburg

ABBA's greatest hits tell this sunny tale of a daughter seeking her real father on the

eve of her wedding.  Featuring Dancing Queen, Take a Chance on Me, The Winner Takes

it All & of course the title.

Opening Night Bubbly & Sunday Post Show Meet & Greet w/ Cast.

Admission: $35/Adults, $32/Seniors 65+, $5/Students w/ ID

Thursday Value Night: $20/Adults & Seniors.

Raven Performing Arts Theater

115 North St., Healdsburg

http://www.raventheater.org


Sat, June 20th

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Napa

8pm - The Band, cofounded by singer Scotty Morris & drummer Kurt Sodergren, was

at the forefront of the swing revival of that time, blending a vibrant fusion of 

the classic American sounds of Jazz, Swing & Dixieland, with the energy &

spirit of contemporary culture.

Uptown Theatre

1350 Third St., Napa

(707) 259-0123

http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com


Sun, June 21st

Father’s Day Festivities Under The Redwoods

10am-5pm - Celebrate Dad & treat him to a close up view of the
Classic Cars from KORBEL’s Racing Team!  Check out the lineup
displayed on our promenade – a perfect vantage point for that
special photo of Dad.  Groove to Live Music & get your shuck on
with fresh oysters under the redwoods. Complete your Lunch with
specials in our gourmet delicatessen & enjoy a fun & relaxing day
for the whole family!  No reservations required,  Complimentary admission.

Korbel Champagne Cellars
13250 River Rd., Guerneville
https://www.korbel.com/winery-events/fathers-day-festivities-under-the-redwoods/?trust=yes


Sun, June 21st

Father's Day Show & Shine Car Show - Santa Rosa

9am-4pm - Hosted by Engineering Contractors Association.
Registration: $40. 
Deadline to register to enter a car is June 8th
or when sold out.   Free Spectator Admission. – Trophy Classes – Stock,
Hot Rod, Trucks, Motorcycle, People’s Choice, Best Rat Rod, Best Engine,
Low Rider & Best Flames!  Come & enjoy Father’s Day with your family.
Dash plaques to first 400 cars in the park.  Drinks, Food Trucks, Music Entertainment, Raffles.

 

Juilliard Park

REGISTRATIN FORMS:  Mary (707) 546-5500
https://nceca.org/event/fathers-day-show-shine-car-show

 

 


Mon, June 29th
thru
Fri, May 8th

Feed It Forward - Sonoma County

It's Mission is to support our neighbors & family-run restaurants through 

anonymous sponsorship of meals for people out of work during the

COVID-19 pand3mic.

Sponsor a Meal, Request a Meal, How It Works:

http://www.feeditforwardsonomacounty.org


Wed, July 1st
thru
Sun, July 5th

Marin County Fair Goes Virtual

Join us for Virtual Fair FUN!

Weekly competitions on Facebook will include decorated baked goods, toilet paper 

roll art, pet costume contests, funny family photos, poetry including haiku,

 coordinated family dance routines & more stay-at-home-friendly activities.

Competitions will be announced each week to post their entries in the replies

section that week.  Virtual blue ribbons will be awarded to the winners & each

winner will receive a pair of tickets to the 2021 Marin County Fair.

http://www.marinfair.org.org/

 


Wed, July 8th

The Beach Boys - Napa

8pm - The Beach Boys' songs have forever changed the musical landscape,

profoundly influencing countless performing artists to follow.

Uptown Theatre

1350 3rd St., Napa

(707) 259-0123

http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com

 

 


Fri, July 10th
thru
Sun, September 13th

Transcendence BEST NIGHT EVER will go on . . . Online

And this time, our hope is to empower & uplift people around the world.

Our 2020 Season runs from July 10 - September 13.  We are producing 

4 amazing virtual concerts to be shared at no charge this summer:

Dont Stop Believin', Fantastical Family Night & The Gala Celebration.

 

We will work together to create the magic of the Park.  Join us in 

building your own Field of Dreams in your own backyard or living room.

 

Create an exquisite pre-show picnic & support our local businesses by

ordering the best of Sonoma Valley's food & wine.  Connect with stars 

of the show via pre-show wine chats with Transcendence Artists.

The main ev3nt will be newly created masterpiece concerts featuring

never befor3 seen footage & awe-inspiring performances by 100's of

artists from the past 8 seasons of Broadway Under the Stars.

http://www.transcendencetheatre.org

 

 


Fri, July 10th
thru
Sun, July 19th

Transcendence’s Don’t Stop Believen’

July 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19.

A musical journey of a lifetime that has been created to empower you to

believe in yourself & others as we soar to new heights together as one.

http://www.transcendencetheatre.org


Sun, July 12th

Art & Garden Festival - Petaluma

11am-5pm - Over 140 booths offering creative home & garden decor, jewelry, art & 

sustainability ideas. Also live music, beer, wine & culinary delights.  Free admission.

Historic Downtown Petaluma

9 Fourth St., Petaluma

(707) 762-9348

https://www.petalumadowntown.com


Mon, July 13th
thru
Fri, July 17th

Photo Camp for Tweens/Teens - Rohnert Park

9am-5pm -  A Day Camp for Kids ages 11-14 who are interested in photography.   We will spend about 10% of our time in group instruction
about photographic techniques, then each day we will travel to an interesting location to take photos.  We will have 1 visiting photographer & we will take a trip to a gallery to learn more about developing one's own photographic style.  The focus of  the week will be practicing self expression through the art of photography.  We will also talk about the use of photography as a documentation of life experiences & sharing our experience with others. 
If you do not have your own camera there will be some cameras available to borrow. 

2 Padre Parkway Suite 302B, Rohnert Park
(707)
206-8698
http://www.growingpositivefamilies.com

 


Wed, July 15th

Wine Business Institute Research Summit

Navigating Uncertainty Insights from Wine Business & Research Leaders.

A gathering of thought leaders - academics, scholars & wine industry 

professionals - devoted to the sharing of research in economic, social

& management issues affecting the wine sector.

http://www.sonoma.edu


Thu, July 16th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145

 

 


Fri, July 17th
thru
Sun, August 2nd

SUNSET BOULEVARD - Sonoma

 

Faded silent film star Norma Desmond (Dani Innocenti Beem), lives firmly
in the past in her decaying mansion on the fabled Sunset Blvd.  When
young but jaded screenwriter Joe Gillis accidentally crosses her path,
she sees in him an opportunity to make her return to the big screen &
possibly, to life. Based on Billy Wilder's Academy Award-winning 1950
film of the same title.

Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St., Sonoma

(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 


Sat, July 18th

Jody Watley - Napa

6:30pm - A Musical Journey Unplugged.

Blue Note

1030 Main St., Napa

(707) 880-2300

http://www.bluenotenapa.com


Fri, July 24th
thru
Sun, July 26th

Transcendence’s Fantastical Family Night

Dates: July 24, 25 & 26.

Get ready to fly through the sky on this phenomenal ride of song & dance.

Starring a cast of some of the best & brightest young people in Sonoma

County performing alongside your Broadway Under the Stars.

http://www.transendencetheatre.org



Sat, July 25th
thru
Fri, April 3rd

Fort Ross Festival

10am - where else can you witness Kashia Pomo ceremonial dancing, learn

from Alaska Native craftspeople & take in traditional Russian performances,

all together on the most beautiful stretch of the Sonoma Coast.

Fort Ross State Historic Park

19005 Coast Hwy., One, Jenner

(707) 847-3437

http://www.fortross.org


Sat, July 25th

Virtual DogFest Wine Country

http://www.cci.org/DogFestWineCountry


Sat, July 25th
thru
Sun, July 26th

Barrel Tasting Weekend - Anderson Valley

The event will be subject to cancellation based upon current health & 

community safety at this time, of which all tickets & fees will be reimbursed.

For now let's plan on gathering this summer & celebrating life, community 

& beautiful Anderson Valley!

 

During the 8th annual weekend event you will taste mature wines, just 

before they go into bottle & the opportunity to mingle with our wine

community, winemakers & proprietors.  Local wineries will offer food

& some wine future discounts & are very excited to have you join them!

http://www.avwines.com


Sat, August 8th

North Coast Wine & Food Festival

12:15pm/ VIP Early Access

1-4pm - General Public

Over 90 Gold Medal Winners, Over 30 Area Top Chefs & 1 Extraordinary Event.

Featuring the Top Wines from the Pres Democrat North Coast Wine Challenge Competition.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
http://www.northcoastwineandfood.com


Sun, August 9th

Remember When Rock was young - Elton John Tribute

Symphony POPS Series - Starring Craig A. Meyer, Paino & Vocalist.
Celebrate decades of chart-topping hits & brings to life his amazin music.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa
(7070  546-3600
http://www.lutherburbankcenter.org


Fri, August 14th
thru
Sun, August 23rd

Transcendence’s I Hope You Dance

Dates: August 14-16 AND August 21-23.

There is a feeling when you dance, a sensational energy that begins

in the depths of your soul & radiates our through the tips of your fingers.

Choreogrphers, Dancers, Musicians, Singers & YOU will create the 

world's largest dance floor in backyards & living rooms across the world,

living life it it's fullest potential.

http://www.transcendencetheatre.org


Thu, August 20th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145

 

 


Thu, August 20th

Pride & Joy - Montgomery Village

Montgomery Village Shopping Center

911 Village Court, Santa Rosa

http://www.mvshops.com


Fri, August 21st
thru
Sun, August 23rd

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
http://www.svauthorsfest.org


Mon, August 24th

Healdsburg Chorus Fall Rehearsal

6:30pm -  

Healdsburg Community Church

http://www.healdsburgchorus.com


Sat, August 29th
thru
Sun, August 30th

Seafood Art & Wine Festival - Bodega Bay

10am - A showcase of Wineries & Breweries, Artists & Craftspeople,
as well as outstanding Entertainment & of course a delicious selection
of Seafood Vendors.
Watts Ranch
16855 Bodega Hwy., 12, Bodega
(707) 792-0288
http://www.bodegaseafoodfestival.com

 

Sat, August 29th

Believe in Our Future - A Virtual Gala

Healthcare Foundation

A Live Streaming Evevt kicking-off our 20th anniversary year!

Featuring musical performances, guest appearances & other surprises.

Stay turned for sponsor & table host information, coming soon.

http://www.healthcarefoundation.net

 


Fri, September 4th
thru
Sun, September 6th

Sonoma Speed Festival

10am - Combining an extraordinary group of historic vintage racing cars, 

for a celebration of flat-out wheel-to-wheel racing.

Sonoma Raceway

29355 Arnold Dr., Sonoma

http://www.sonomaspeedfestival.com

 

 


Fri, September 11th
thru
Sun, September 13th

Transcendence’s GALA Celebration

Dates: September 11, 12 & 13.

The concert event of the summer not to be missed, this extra special 

evening is a true celebration of life's greatest moments.

Captivating Broadway & popular musical hits, executed by powerhouse

vocalists, in the dazzling Jack London winery ruins.

http://www.transcendencetheatre.org


Fri, September 11th
thru
Sun, September 27th

The Taffetas (A Musical) - Sonoma

A TOE-TAPPING, FINGER-SNAPPING MUSICAL REVUE SALUTING

 

THE SONGS OF THE FABULOUS 50’s!

Journey back to the fabulous 1950’s for a fun & nostalgic musical romp.
The Taffetas are a quartet of sisters from the Midwest who are determined
to sing their way onto national television!  You’ll be a part of their debut
studio audience as they knock your bobby socks off paying tribute to
the McGuire Sisters, The Fontane Sisters & the Chordettes

Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St., Sonoma
(707) 939-9018
http://www.sonomaartslive.org

 

 


Fri, September 11th
thru
Fri, June 4th

6th Street Playhouse- Santa Rosa

Announcing our 2020 -2021 Season

6th Street Playhouse

52 W 6th St., Santa Rosa

(707) 523-4185

http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com


Fri, September 11th

Back to the 60’s Beach Party - Sebastopol

6-10pm - Appetizers, Desserts, Wine, Beer, Beverages, Raffle, Live 

Auction.  Paddle Raise.  Cost:  $100.

Featuring 3 hours of awesome dance music with Pride & Joy.

(707) 829-2440

http://www.sebastopolseniorcenter.org/aged to perfection


Thu, September 17th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145

 


Fri, September 18th
thru
Sat, September 19th

Euge Groove - Napa

9/18 - 7pm. AND 9:15pm.

9/19 - 6:30pm AND 9pm.

Blue Note Napa

1030 Main St., Napa

(707) 880-2300

http://www.bluenotenapa.com


Sat, September 19th
thru
Sun, September 20th

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival

Held September 19 & 20.

Old Mill Park, Mill Valley

http://www.MVFAF.org


Sun, September 20th
thru
Sat, September 26th

PORSCHES AT THE PALACE - Kenwood

11am-4pm - Visit us for the annual Porsche aficionado event & join us
in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Redwood Region Porsche Club
of America.  View dozens of these stunning vehicles lined up along the magnificent circular driveway in front of the Ledson Castle.  This is the ideal occasion to picnic with gourmet food from the Marketplace, as well as taste luscious wines under the majestic oak trees. It is a lovely way to experience harvest in Sonoma Valley

7335 Hwy. 12.,  Kenwood
(707) 537.3810
http://www.LEDSON.COM

 


Sat, September 26th

Sonoma County Backroad Challenge

The Backroad Challenge is the best way to spend a Saturday outside. 
It’s your chance to ride one of 4 epic Wine Country back road routes
that will take your breath away & test your resolve.  Get your buddies
together, drag them over the Marshall Wall, draft behind them on
Chileno Valley Road, wait until that perfect moment then swing out
& beat them to that cold beer & BBQ at the Backroad Festival.
No one will be disappointed.  Make this the year that you took the
Backroad Challenge & let your legs determine that you’re worthy.
https://backroadchallenge.com/


Sun, September 27th

Ride-a-Rig - Santa Rosa

10am-2pm / Sensory-free (no horns) 10am-12/Noon.
This is an educational community event that provides children a
hands-on opportunity to see and touch a variety of vehicles that
play important roles in our community. Come explore fire trucks,
public safety vehicles, big rigs, race cars & more!  ALL AGES WELCOME!
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
(707) 545-5567
http://www.jlns.org

 

 


Sat, October 3rd

Wonder Bread 5 & Pride & Joy - Montgomery Village

Both Bands performing from 12/Noon-4pm.

Montgomery Village Shopping Center

http://mvshops.com


Sat, October 3rd
thru
Sat, April 10th

2020-2021 Season Concert Schedule - Santa Rosa Symphony

https://www.srsymphony.org


Sat, October 10th

Super Diamond - Montgomery Village

Gator Nation will be the opening act.

Montgomery Village Shopping Center

911 Village Court

http://www.mvshops.com


Thu, October 15th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

(707) 321-6145


Sat, October 17th

Corvettes at the Castle - Kenwood

10am - 4pm - Enjoy a lovely afternoon viewing stunning classic Corvettes
lined up along the magnificent circular driveway in front of the Ledson Castle.  Create your picnic with delicious food from the Gourmet Marketplace & taste award-winning wines under the majestic oak trees.  Corvette enthusiasts
 can vote for their top classic, newer & all-new mid-engine sports car.
7335 Hwy. 12,  Kenwood
(707) 537.3810
http://www.LEDSON.COM


Sat, October 24th
thru
Sun, October 25th

Bobby Caldwell - Napa

From blue-eyed soul to pop, R&B & standards singer/songwriter, Bobby Caldwell

is truly one of the most respected members of the music industry.  His performances 

are always electrifying!  Drawing from his vast repertoire.  Bobby has the ability to

entertain at any venue, for fans of all ages.

Blue Note Napa

1030 Main St., Napa

(707) 880-2300

http://www.bluenotenapa.com


Thu, November 19th

WORKSHOP: AL SCARDINO - LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHOICE

6:30-9:30pm - CREATE YOUR MASTERPIECE

PETALUMA VALLEY HOSPITAL, GROVERMAN HALL

 

(707) 321-6145

 

 


Fri, November 20th
thru
Sat, November 21st

Keillor Matsui - Napa

Internationally acclaimed & celebrated Pianist, Composer & Humanitarian

Keiko Matsui marks 30th Anniversary of recording debut with Journey to the Heart.

Blue Note Napa
1030 Main St., Napa

(707) 880-2300

http://www.bluenotenapa.com


Sun, January 31st
thru
Fri, January 31st

Slack Key Show - Napa

Masters of Hawaiian Music featuring: George Kahumoku Jr.,

LED Kaapana, Herb Ohta Jr.

Blue Note Napa

1030 Main St., Napa

(707) 880-2300

http://www.bluenotenapa.com


Sat, May 15th
thru
Sun, May 16th

Boz Scaggs - Napa

May 15, AND May 16.

Uptown Theatre Napa

1350 Third St., Napa

http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com


Sat, June 12th

A Benefit Bike Ride for Homeless

Incarnation 100 -

Starting & finishing at the Church of the Incarnation in the heart of
historic Santa Rosa, Incarnation 100 is a fundraising bike ride through
the lovely vistas of Sonoma County.

4 different course options are offered, for avid & recreational cyclists
alike: 32-mile; 45-mile; 100-km; & 88-mile.  Incarnation 100 supports
3 vital homeless service entities: The Living Room, which provides day
services & overnight transition housing for women & children; Sunday
Open Table, which provides Sunday breakfast, sundries & fellowship to
members of the downtown street community & St. Andrews Food Pantry
in Monte Rio, which provides groceries & meals to homeless folks in the
Russian River Valley.

Santa Rosa & around Sonoma County

http://www.incarnation100.org