Community Calendar


Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Hales Pumpkin Farm - Sebastopol

9am-5pm - Open Daily.
We carry Apples, Pumpkins & other produce.
1526 Gravenstein Hwy., N., Sebastopol
(707) 823-4613

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Grandma's Pumpkin Patch - Healdsburg

10am-6pm - Open Daily.  MASKS REQUIRED.

U-Pick patch, farm animals to visit, tractors, pumpkin bread, eggs & more!

17740 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

17th Annual Scarecrow Days Contest - Windsor Town Green

The event, which is FREE to participate in, includes the display
of homemade scarecrows that feature the theme, "turning a new leaf."
At the end of the event, winning scarecrows are selected for th
e "best scareccrow" title.
For more information & participation:

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 24th

Oktoberfest - Cloverdale

October 22nd - 12/Noon - October 24 - 7:30pm.
Wolf House Brewing Company
131 East 1st St., Cloverdale
(844) 942-2337

Fri, October 22nd
Fri, October 29th


It's a DRY  Year - Save Water by requesting a FREE WaterSmart Toolkit.
Includes flow bag, toilet dye tabs & more!

Do your part be WaterSmart.
(707) 543-3985

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 24th

Gem & Bead Fair - Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Oct., 22, 23, & 24 - Hours: Fri., 12/Noon-6pm, Sat., 10am-6pm, Sun., 10am-5pm.  Admission: $7/Per Person, Parking: $10.
One of the largest gem, jewelry & bead shows in the U.S.  Discover fine
jewelry, costume jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions
of beads, sparkling crystals, gold & silver, tools, jewelry supplies & boxes
all under one roof!  Enter for a chance to win prizes, drawing every hour!
Grace Pavilion

Fri, October 22nd
Sat, October 23rd

Succulent Pumpkin Sale - Windsor

Order your succulent pumpkin now!

The annual sale of succulent topped pumpkins in varying sizes
support the Windsor Town Green Community Garden & scholarships
for Windsors youth.

PICK-UP Day is October 23rd
at the Windsor Town Green Community Garden

at Windsor Road & Joe Rodota Drive - right next to to the Town Hall complex.

Fri, October 22nd
Fri, October 29th

Curbside Used Motoroil & Filters Recycling Program - Sonoma County

This option is only available for single-family homes; apartment complexes
do not have this service.  Curbside used motor oil & filter recycling is available
in all cities & in the unincorporated areas of Sonoma County. 
You are encouraged to call your local hauler for details & to order this service.  Town of Windsor residents can call Sonoma County Resource Recovery:
(707) 795?7470 to get more information.
Recology Sonoma-Marin garbage collection provides curbside collection
to the rest of the County & unincorporated areas & they can be contacted
at:  800-243?0291.

Fri, October 22nd
Tue, November 30th

Kibbles of Kindness - Sonoma County

Council On Aging's Kibbles of Kindness Program provides Pet Food
for Meals On Wheels Clients who otherwise could not afford it.
Help ensure that Seniors can keep their beloved pets fed. 

Mail to:
Council On Aging
30 Kawana Springs Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95404


Fri, October 22nd
Tue, November 2nd

Jewish Film Festival - Virtual

Watch at your leisure - ON DEMAND

5 NEW International Films,
2 Binge-Worthy television series,
Live interactive filmmaker talks,
Easy access on our own film platform,
4 Weeks to view on computer, tablet, or tv.

Watch the Trailers - BUY SEASON PASSES.

(707) 528-4222

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, January 16th

Exhibit - Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center

Unveiling unpublished comic strip featuring: 
Adults by Schulz - through Jan., 16, 2022.

A rare opportunity to see characters other than the beloved Peanuts Gang.
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-4452


Fri, October 22nd
Sun, May 22nd

Healdsburg Museum Opens New Exhibit

Titled:  "From Diggers Bend to River Rock:  People & History of
Dry Creek Rancheria."
Looking back at the Native Peoples who have called the area home
for countless generations.
Free Admission & Tours are available by appointment.
Days/Hours: Wednesday through Sunday, from 11am-4pm.
221 Matheson St., Healdsburg




Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

1st Annual Student Photography Exhibition by SRJC Photo Club

Entitled, “SoCo Clicks.”  This is a hybrid event, with the winner’s work
displayed at the Museum of Sonoma County through October 31, 2021
& a virtual exhibition of selected entries online.  The event will
showcase photography taken by Sonoma County students, high school
& up.  Photographs will be reviewed by a panel of professional
photographers & there will be a cash prize of $1,000 for “Best of Show,”
as well as other prizes.

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, November 28th

American Society of Botanical Artists

24th Annual International Exhibition of the American Society
of Botanical Artists.  In the Studio  - Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
10am-4pm, Sunday, 12/Noon-4pm.
Show runs through November 28, 2021.

Marin Art & Garden Center
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross





Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze

Sunday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Firday-Saturday 10am-10pm.
Find a variety of pumpkins, squashes & gourds to choose from, visit
the 4.5 acre corn maze, farm animals, pony rides & food vendors galore!
450 Stony Point Rd., Petaluma

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Muelrath Ranches Pumpkin Ptach - Santa Rosa

Monday-Sunday, 10am-6pm.
Find a large selection of pumpkins, ornamental corn, sunflower,
corn stalks, gourds & winter squash.  A hay pyramid, picnic area,
haunted dungeon & toddler's corn maze!
3800 Walker Ave., Santa Rosa

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Pronzini Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Monday-Thursday, 11am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday, 10am-6pm.
A variety of pumpkins, BBQ at their cafe, a daytime haunted village
& animals for visitors to play with.
3795 Adobe Rd., Petaluma

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Punky's Pumpkins - Santa Rosa

Monday-Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday-Sunday 9am-9pm.
Pumpkins & squash, hay rides, a big slide for kids.
On weekends - cotton candy, snow cones, hot dogs
& other treats are offered!
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

The Great Peter Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Daily 9am-3pm.
Along with organic pumpkins, hay pyramid, live music, BBQ
& cow milking demonstrations.

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, February 13th

Santa Rosa Symphony 2021-2022 Season

In its 10th Season as Resident Orchestra of the Green Music Center,
announcing its 94th Season,
"Classical Reunion," featuring 4 world premieres, including a new work
by Grammy award-winning composer Michael Daugherly highlighting
the beauty & ecological diversity of our country.
Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong's programming also includes
master works from lauded composers of centuries past & works by
up-and-coming living composers.


The Symphony offers its subscribers 2 new packages which include
YouTube concerts in addition to the live performances.

Fri, October 22nd
Fri, October 29th

Occidental Community Farmers' Market

4pm-Dusk - EVERY FRIDAY.

Fresh local produce, delicious prepared & catered foods
& exquisite crafts from local artisans.

Main Street & 2nd, Occidental

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Blind Scream Haunted House - Santa Rosa

For complete dates, details & tickets.
98 Santa Rosa Plaza, Santa Rosa
(707) 953-3909

Fri, October 22nd
Sun, October 31st

Mickelson Pumpkin Patch - Petaluma

Open Daily - through - Oct., 31, 2021.
We offer a variety of Pumpkins, Saquash & Gourds.  We are proud to say
that a large percentage of our harvest is grown here on the property. 
From big pumpkins that make the perfect jack-o-lantern, sweet pumpkins
for grandma's famous pie, to mini pumpkins that complete your holiday décor, we have a little something for everyone.
In addition to our huge variety of pumpkins we have a bunch of exciting
things to see & do at our pumpkin patch - Grain, Train, Hay Maze, Hay Pyramid, Apple Cannon, Paintball Shooting Gallery, Corn Hole, Pedal Bikes, Giant Jenga, Jumpy Houses & so much more - come by & visit us!

5495 Redwood Hwy., S., Petaluma

(707) 490-8088

Fri, October 22nd
Fri, November 5th

Eat & Donate

Help support the Sonoma-Marin Walk to End Alzheimers
with Mountain Mikes Pizza on the 4th Friday of the month.

Location: Mountain Mikes Pizza


Phone: 7075482533

Fri, October 22nd
Tue, October 26th

Become a Child Advocate, Give the Gift of Time & Friendship - Sonoma County

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are volunteers & ordinary citizens,
like you, doing extraordinary work. CASA advocates establish stable relationships with foster children, getting to know their unique history & making informed recommendations to the courts.  When a child has an advocate, he/she is more likely to get needed services & a permanent, stable home.  Are you eager to
make a difference in a child's life?  Become a volunteer.
The Fall Volunteer Trainings is scheduled to take place online.
(707) 565-6375

Fri, October 22nd
Thu, November 4th

HCA seeks unique Artists' Made Goods for Holiday Market

Healdsburg Center for the Arts (HCA) seeks a bounty of unique,
artist made goods for our 20th Annual Holiday Gift Market, which offers
artists an opportunity to share their work with the hundreds of
locals & visitors who explore HCA looking for handcrafted, unique gifts. 
Market Dates: Nov 18 - Dec 30, 2021. 
Deadline for entries: Nov 4, 2021
Please join us this year & enrich the Holiday Gift Market with your Artistry.
HCA Holiday Gift Market
334 Center St. Healdsburg




Sun, November 7th

25th Annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead) - Museum of Sonoma County

A joyous rememberance of the lives of family members & loved ones who have passed & a celebration of the cycle of life.  The holidy is celebrated on Nov., 1st & 2nd throughout Latin America, but is more closely associated with Mexico, where it originated.  The Museum's exhibit features artwork & altars created by local artists, students & collectors.
Days/Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12/Noon-4pm.
425 Seventh St., Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500

Sat, October 23rd

Halloween Costume SALE - Santa Rosa

10am-3pm - EVERYTHING $1.
Anyone who needs a costume!  We have costumes for Kids & Adults!
We need to get rid of some inventory & want to share the fantastic
costumes we have with our community.  Costumes of varying genres,
time periods, sizes.  We have some really unique costumes that will
make your Halloween spooktacular!
Parking Lot of 6th Street Playhouse
52 West 6th St., Santa Rosa








Sun, December 19th

Pressed Flower Card Workshops - Santa Rosa

Workshops scheduled for this fall at:
Riley Street Art Supply
103 Maxwell Court, Santa Rosa.


Saturday, October 23rd from 2 4:30pm

Saturday, Nov. 20th from 2–4:30pm
Saturday, December 18th from 2–4:30pm
Sunday,y December 19th from 1–3:30pm
Classes are $30. 
To register: Mail a check to:
Jan Lochner
3710 Hicks Rd., Sebastopol, CA 95472
Due to Covid, I request that we wear masks.  The room will be set up will help to maintain distancing & there is an air purifier & 2 fans in the room.

Sat, October 23rd

2021 Golden West Chapter Walk to Defeat ALS

11:30am-12:30 - The Golden West Chapter is looking forward to a new year of opportunity & progress for the ALS community.  We are excited to announce that - for the first time ever - participants from 31 California counties & the entire state of Hawaii will all gather together online on the same day to raise ALS awareness & funds, & build community in the urgent effort to defeat ALS.Please save the date to join us to celebrate our ALS community, to support families facing ALS today and in the future & to remember our loved ones lost to this devastating disease.

Location: Live on Zoom and streamed on YouTube


Phone: 704-877-7757

Sat, December 18th

Fall & Holiday Craft Market - Healdsburg Farmers Market

8:30am-12/Noon - Artisan's each Saturday selling hand-crafted
arts & crafts.  You can do your grocery & gift shopping at the same time!
West Plaza Parking Lot,
North & Vine Streeets, Healdsburg

Sat, October 23rd

Annual 'Ghosts of Past' Cemetary Tour - Petaluma

10:30am - Learn about the trials & tribulations of the life in out towns
early days as the Petalumans of Yesteryear portray an array of early
citizens, graveside at Cypress Hill Cemetery, telling their amazing stories. 
Fame, Fortune & heartbreak it's all there!




Cypress Hill Memorial Park

430 Magnolia Ave., Petaluma
(707) 778-4398[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%7D]%7D


Sat, October 23rd

Comedian Finesse Mitchell! (Saturday Night Live)

7-9pm - A hilarious evening of stand-up comedy with Saturday
Night Live alum Finesse Mitchell. VIP tickets available.
Sally Tomatoes
1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park

Sat, October 23rd

Halloween at Howarth Park, Santa Rosa

For Kids 12 & under.  Trick-or-treat through the park at treat stations
hosted by local Santa Rosa businesses.  Visit the Fun Zone with face
painting, a photo booth, arts & crafts.
Passes now on sale at (707 543-3737, and in person at
Finley Community Center
2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa
Event Held at:
Howarth Park
630 Summerfield Rd., Santa Rosa


Sat, October 23rd

Howl-o-ween Dog Costume Parade & Contest - Healdsburg Plaza

12/Noon-2pm - Super fun community event that features a parade
of adorable pooches in costume, a contest & prizes from Healdsburg
stores & businesses.  Mayor (former HSSC BOD pres) Evelyn Mitchell
will MC & judges include Evelyn, Kim Lloyd (of Big John’s Market),
Tallia Hart & her dog (from the HBG Chamber), Fire Chief Jason Boaz
& Police Chief Matt Jenkins!  Big John’s Market is our amazing & beloved
sponsor for this year’s event.

Sat, October 23rd

Music in the Vineyard with Petty Theft

1-4pm - Join us for a rockin' afternoon on the piazza with Petty Theft
& The Black Piglet food truck!!
Orsi Family VIneyards


Sat, December 18th

43rd Annual Healdsburg Farmers' Market

Saturdays, April 17 - Dec., 18.


West Plaza Parking Lot.

Sun, October 24th

Ernie Watts Quartet - Healdsburg

7pm - Legendary musician, Ernie Watts is bringing his band members
from LA & Seattle for 2 exclusive performances
Saturday, October 23 & Sunday October 24. 
Celebrating his 76th birthday with his long-time bandmates coming
to party with him. Band members include Ernie on tenor, alto & soprano saxophones, Marc Seales on piano, Bruce Lett on acoustic bass &
Kendall Kay on drums & percussion.
THE 222
222 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
(707) 473-9152


Sun, October 31st

Larson Family Winery Pumpkin Patch Experience - Sonoma

Open Weekends in October - 11am-3pm.
Larson family's back pasture will turn back into the Pumpkin Patch,
perfect for pickin' & photo ops.  You can enjoy a picnic lunch
& leave with the pumpkin of your choice!


Join their resident Wine Dogs & bring your pooch by the Larson's
Anuual Canine Costume Contest on Sunday, October 31st.

23355 Millerick Rd., Sonoma

Mon, November 15th

Glimpses of Illumination Art Show - Healdsburg

Show runs 10/23-11/15.  Hours:  11am-5pm.
Healdsburg Center for the Arts will be showing photographic works that
explore the fundamental qualities of capturing light.  From landscapes to portraits, still-life's to lifestyle, we want to see how artists interpret the craft. 
All genres, capture types, black & white, color, traditional & non-traditional photographic processes will be shown.
334 Center St. Healdsburg


Sun, October 24th

Weekend Along the Farm Trails - Sonoma County

10am-6pm - Meet your Farmers & buy directly from the source.
Enjoy tours, tastings & educational activities.
(707) 837-8896


Sat, October 23rd

Y I Run - Spring Lake, Santa Rosa

9:30am - Check-in.
10am - Start.
$20/Registration Fee.
Enjoy an easty 2.3 mile walk (or run) aroudn Spring Lake & help us raise awareness of YWCA's mission to keep Sonoma County Families safe harm.
Register as an individual or create a tem - the more the merrier!

Sat, October 23rd

Stephanie Ozer - Healdsburg

5-8pm - Playing with my beloved trio mates, Peter Barshay,
Bass & Kendrick Freeman, drums.
  Brazilian jazz, American
Standard gems, Pop revisited, Classical influences, surprises,
playful musical conversations.
Hotel Healdsburg Courtyard
25 Matheson St., Healdsburg

Sat, October 23rd

Volunteers Needed to help Clean up Foothill Regional Park, Windsor

9am-12/Noon - Meet in the parking lot off Arata Lane for check-in
& a short safety talk.
Help clean up from the damage it sustained in the
2019 Kincaid fire, which burned throuh 95% of the park. 
Tools, materials, gloves, drinks & snacks will be provided.
Registration is required:

Sun, October 24th
Sun, December 12th

Windsor's Farmers Market - EVERY SUNDAY

10am-1pm - SUNDAYS - through Dec. 12th.

Local Spring Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Garden Plant Starts & House Plants.

Fresh Fish Monger, local artisan cheeses, local honey, dried fruits, handcrafted chocolates & healthy snacks.  Baked goods, artisan breads, organic tomales, Brunch on the Green, Charlies BBQ, meats to go, coffee & kettle corn. Artists, Pottery, hand-crrafted furniture, jewelers, cutting borards, fabric art for kids, personalized gifts, succulents, crystals, wellness & more!



Sun, October 24th

Friends of the Windsor Library - BOOK SALE

10am-1pm - Sunday Only.
This sale will be going on during the Farmers Market.

Located at the Library entrance.  Proceeds benefit the Windsor Regional Library.
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., #100, Windsor
(707) 838-1020

Sun, October 24th

Fall Colors Festival & Vintage Car Show - Geyserville

9am-4pm - Food, Crafts & Vintage Car Show - Fun for the whole family!

Downtown Geyserville



Sun, October 24th

Cycle with Champions - Sonoma County

The course: from the bottom of Lake Sonoma Dam in the picnic parking lot across the street from the visitor’s center at:

Lake Sonoma
3333 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville

Arrive anytime after 8am & stage up for 9am Departure - Ride with our
team & friends on a casual loop south to Lambert Bridge & back. Then we
will regroup for a mass start up Rockpile Road.  Keep in mind these are open roads & everyone must follow the rules uphill & also downhill.  Return to the parking lot for snacks & to meet the team.


We aspire to create a cycling event to bring our cycling community together, have a fun day & most importantly, help raise money for our 2022 program.

This is a fundraising event for Team Swift.  There is a suggested ‘but not required’ donation of $50 per person. Please come out to ride or simply
help support our program.  Donation to Team Swift will kindly be received
at the Donated Now Button on the home page


If you are not in a hurry we encourage you to cycle or hike up Rockpile
Road prior to the start of the event & spread yourselves out along the
entire course.  There are numerous vantage points along the entire
course to enjoy the “challenge”.



Sun, October 24th
Wed, November 24th

Vineyard Races - Cloverdale Kiwanis

Virtual Half Marathon 10K & 5K.
Register now Virtual Race Series.

SWAG - Female & Male Tech Shirts, Finishing Medals,
Dolly Parton Imagination Library Bookmark.

Sun, October 24th

Friends of the Healdsburg Library Pop Up Parking Lot Sale

11am-3pm - Fabulous BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS!
Healdsburg Library Parking Lot
139 Piper St., Healdsburg


Mon, October 25th
Fri, December 17th

Volunteers needed to serve Lunch to Seniors - Sebastopol

A variety of roles are available from serving lunch to seniors, setting up
for lunch service, helping with dishes, meal prep & much more. The ideal volunteer is able to commit to one 4-hour shift per week. 
Lunch will be served on 3 days per week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays
from 11am-1pm.  Lunch is open to all, with to-go options available. Members/$10,  Non-Members/$12.


Lunch includes entree, dessert & drink.  All dishes are homemade by
renowned Chef Gerald who focuses on using the most fresh & local
ingredients as possible.  Proof of COVID-19 vaccine is required.
The Sebastopol Area Senior Center - New Harvest Cafe
167 N High St., Sebastopol
(707) 827-8431

Tue, October 26th

43rd Annual Healdsburg Farmers' Market

TUESDAYS - Through - Oct., 26, 2021

9am-12:30pm .

On the Plaza Downtown.

Wed, October 27th

Sonoma County Mayor's Committee Awards Breakfast

8-9:30am - Zoom
Our mission is to raise awareness of the outstanding untapped resource individuals with disabilities represent to businesses in our community. 
We will have awardees in the following categories: Community Advocate,
Business Best Practice & Employee Initiative.




Wed, October 27th

Trunk-or-Treat - Santa Rosa

4-7pm - Enjoy a safe & free place to Trick-or-Treat from the trunks
of decorated public safety vehicles.  During this drive-thru event, enjoy
fun Halloween decorations, kid friendly Halloween adventures from
Blind Scream Haunted House & candy from our community partners
& First Responders; including the Santa Rosa Police Dept,
Santa Rosa Fire Dept, CHP, Sonoma County Sheriff Office,
SRJC Police Dept & American Medical Response.

This trunk-or-treat event is a drive-thru experience in the parking lot
of the Veterans Memorial Building.  Families will drive slowly through a predesignated path & receive candy.  Please remember to wearing a mask.
Costumes are strongly encouraged - see you there!
Santa Rosa Veterans Building

Thu, October 28th
Thu, November 18th

Farmers Market - Petaluma

4:30-8pm - EVERY THURSDAY Evening.

2nd & C Streets, Petaluma

Thu, October 28th

Dine & Donate - Round Table Pizzza, Guerneville Rd. Location ONLY

11am-10pm - Dine-In, Carry-Out, Delivery & Curbside Pickup.
Humane Society of Sonoma County (HSSC) gets 20% of Pizza sales.
This is only applicable at the Guerneville Road location.
1003 Guerneville Rd., Santa Rosa

Thu, October 28th

Filipino American History Month Virtual Comedy Show

7-8pm - A Virtual Event.
October is Filipino American History Month! 
The virtual comedy show extravaganza event will benefit FANHS Sonoma County Chaptera's Katherine Baguio Scholarship Program.  Created to
promote & support continuing education among local youth, while honoring
the memory of the late "Manang Kay" & her many contribution to the community.  Each year FANHS Sonoma awards a scholarship to a qualified college-bound student.  2021 marks the 11th anniversary of the scholarship program. The mission of the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) is to promote understanding, education, enlightenment, appreciation
& enrichment through the identification, gathering, preservation & dissemination of the history & culture of Filipino Americans in the U.S.



Sat, October 30th

Hallowluma Spooky Drive-Thru - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - Local Businesses hand out goodeis for safe trick-or-treating
Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds
175 Fairgrounds Dr., Petaluma

Sat, October 30th

El Dia De Los Muertos Health Fair - Guerneville

12/Noon-4pm - All ages welcome!
Self-care workshops, crafts, garden activities, seasonal games,
music, dance, food & COVID resources.
Guerneville Elementary School
14630 Armstrong Woods Rd., Guerneville


Sat, October 30th

Halloween Carnival & Dia de los Muertos - Rohnert Park

12/Noon-5pm - Live DJ, Magician, Costume Contest,
Haunted Mazes (scary & kid friendly),carnival games, community altars & more!
Masks will be required in the maze at all times & staff will monitor for social distancing.
Rohnert Park Community Center
5401 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park

Sat, October 30th

Halloween Carnival - Rohnert Park

12/Noon - 5pm - Join us for fun carnival games for all ages!!
A Magician, Haunted Maze, Costume Parade, Baile Folklorico & Aztec Dancers.
Rohnert Park Community Center
5401 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park


Sat, October 30th

Halloween Bash with The Thugs - Occidental

8pm - Come in your costume to frolic & dance to the Cosmic
Americana of local favorites.
This group of talented musicians, aka 'Tribal Hippie Underground’,
will rock & roll us with classic jam tunes & their unique psychedelic originals. 
Proof of COVID vaccination required for entry. Advance tickets required.
$22/General, $17/OCA Members. Refreshments for sale include wine & beer.
OCA's Art Gallery open for viewing.

Occidental Center for the Arts

3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental

(707) 874-9392

Sat, October 30th

HalloWINE Run - Geyserville

7:30am-12/Noon - The stunningly beautiful course for the half
marathon & 10k starts at Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville
& runs past autumn-colored vineyards & more than 25 wineries.
The 5k starts at Yoakim Bridge in the Dry Creek Valley & runs on the
last 3 miles of the half-marathon course.  At the completion of the race, participants are treated to a post-race festival featuring wine tasting,
a beer garden, food trucks, live band, exhibitors, awards ceremony
& costume contest. 
Warm Springs Recreation Area

3333 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville


Sat, October 30th

Healdsburg Farmers' Market Pumpkin Festival

8:30am-12/Noon - This annual community festival usually
sees contestants dressing up in Halloween costumes, elaborately decorating pumpkins & outfitting them with wheels, then racing
them for prizes.
West Plaza Parking Lot

North & Vine Streets, Healdsburg

Sat, October 30th

Windsor Dia de Los Muertos - Altar Display On The Green

5:30-9pm - Back, live & better than ever, it's the Annual Día de los Muertos Celebration on the Windsor Town Green! Check out the Lowrider Car Show on Market Street, enjoy food & drink vendors, craft & art vendors, face painting
& music.  Performances start with a traditional blessing ceremony & dance by Danza Xantotl at dusk, followed by an (electric) candlelight procession around
the green led by the dancers.  More live music & dance, including Windsor's
own Ballet Folklorico Yasmin, will follow.
701 McClelland Dr., Windsor




Sat, October 30th

DogFest Northwest

10am - The  best family - & dog-friendly event of the year. 
Canine Companions DogFest is all about celebrating our canine friends
& the impact they have on our lives.
So get ready for a Halloween-themed, canine-centric virtual event! 
Hear from our clients & meet their life-changing service dogs, see adorable Canine Companions puppies, follow along with festive activities and participate
in our canine costume contest, all while supporting the mission of Canine Companions!

Sat, October 30th

Barlow Presents the Under the Stars Halloween Bash - Sebastopol

5-10pm - Join The Barlow for a spooky evening celebrating
All Hallows Eve—this outdoor, open-air concert will be a fun night
of great music, food & drink!

Music from Sol Horizon (reggae) & The Marshall House Project
(soul & funk), with food & drinks by Blue Ridge Kitchen available
for purchase.  Costumes highly encouraged
The Barlow

6770 McKinley St., #100, Sebastopol

(707) 824-5600




Sun, October 31st

Trunk-or-Treat Fest - Petaluma

4-6pm - Free - Enjoy 20+ Trunks, a Jump House, Corn Hole,
Hot dogs & Chili, Candy, Games & more!
Petaluma Valley Baptist Church
580 Sonoma Mtn., Petaluma
(707) 763-2277


Sun, October 31st

Trick-or-Treat - Guerneville

4-8pm - Downtown Guerneville

Sun, October 31st

Kids' Halloween Event - Occidental

2-4pm - Get your costumes ready!  Everyone is welcome!
Party held entirely outdoors!  Join us in the Amphitheater
to enter our KIDS COSTUME CONTEST (up to grade 8), & enjoy
live music by Jon Gonzales while our judges dor their thing. 
After the winners are announced, we will form a mini-parade
to downtown Occidental for Trick-or-Treating at the local businesses.
Snacks & Drinks for sale to benefit OCA.
Occdiental Center for the Arts
3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
(707) 874-9392

Sun, October 31st

Annual Halloween Parade - Windsor

6pm - Free Hot Dogs, Chips & Candy.
Presented by Th Windsor Lions Club & The Sonoma County Fire District.

Lakewood Shopping Center

in front of Raley's.

Th Fire Truck will guide the parade to the Windsor Community Center.
Please Follow CDC Guidelines for wearing a mask & social distancing.

Sun, October 31st

Halloween Trick or Treat Trail - Downtown Petaluma

3-5:30pm - Join over 80 participating Downtown merchants for
a fun & safe community Halloween for the entire family & goodies
for costumed kids under 12.  Prepare for a hauntingly "ghould"
time - as the scary, the cute, the ugly & the creepy descend on
Downtown Petaluma.
Petaluma Blvd., Petaluma

Thu, November 4th

TLC Child & Family Services' FARM to TABLE EVENT - Sebastopol

4-6pm - Please attned this invitation only event to learn
about how you can make a difference in our community.
Thanks to John Jordan Foundation we are adding a farm
to table program to our campus.
We need additional donations to bring the full project
to life for our youth.
Hors d'oeuvres & Drinks.  Meet our staff & youth alumni.
1800 Gravenstein Hwy., N., Sebastopol



Thu, November 4th

Live Nation Presents Lewis Black - Santa Rosa

Live Nation Presents Lewis Black: It Gets Better Every Day.

8-pm - Known as the King of Rant, Lewis Black uses his trademark
style of comedic yelling & finger pointing to expose the absurdities
of life.  His comedic brilliance makes people laugh at life’s hypocrisies
& the insanity he sees in the world.


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


Fri, November 5th
Fri, December 3rd

First Fridays at Chimera Arts

A Monthly Showcase & Open House of the local maker community
- live music, demos, tours & more!

We want to introduce Chimera Arts, Sonoma County's only community Arts
& Makerspace, to our local community & hope everyone will join this free
event.  There will be music, fodd & beverage (held in an outdoor environment
- masks required).
We offer classes, expertise & equipment to anyone interested in bringing
heir creative ideas to life.
Old Caz Brewery will be providing beer & Gabriel Wheaton will be
performing.  There will also be hands-on music making activities.
Chimera Arts
6791 Sebastopol Ave., Suite 180, Sebastopol
(Across the street from The Barlow in Sebastopol)
(707) 827-3020

Fri, November 5th
Sun, November 7th

Sonoma County Holiday & Gift Show

10am-5pm - Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Featuring the return of the Redwood Empire Train Show with Santa
in our Hall of Flowers.
Santa Rosa Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 545-4200

Fri, November 5th
Fri, December 31st

The Gift: An Art Exhibit - Santa Rosa

Artist Reception - Nov., 5th, 5-7pm.

The meaning of life is to find your gift.


The purpose of life is to give it away.
Pablo Picasso

What is your gift?  Is it painting?  Singing, poetry, dance, sculpture? 
ocal & Bay Area artists share our talents – our “gifts” in this exhibit
about expressing creativity in our lives, and in the lives of friends,
family & in nature.  As we approach the traditional season of giving
artists present these works as our contribution to peace,
love & understanding.

Santa Rosa Art Center
312 South A St., Santa Rosa
(707) 526-0135

Sat, November 6th

SonoMusette - Occidental

8pm - Enjoy a delightful evening of evocative music of 20th century
Paris, with classic tunes by Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour,
Yves Montand & others. This talented ensemble features vocalist Mimi
Pirard with Jan Martinelli, Robert Lunceford, Issac Vandeveer & Kendrick
Freeman. Proof of vaccination & masks required for this indoor event.
Tickets: $25/General, $20/Members. Refreshments include wine & beer.
Accessible to persons with disabilities. Tickets @ 

3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental





Sat, November 6th
Mon, November 8th

Santa Rosa Symphony Concert - Klezmer & Krakauer - Rohnert Park

Nov., 6 - 7:30pm (Doors at 6pm, Pre-concert talk 6:30-7pm),

(Discovery Open Rehearsal, Nov., 6 - 2pm – no talk),

Nov., 7 - 3pm (Doors at 1:30pm, Pre-Concert talk 2-2:30pm),

Nov., 8 - 7:30pm (Doors at 6pm, Pre-Concert talk 6:30-7pm.)



Saturday & Monday Evening & Sunday Afternoon Performances: $24-$87.
See COVID-19 Vaccine/Negative test requirements at

Discovery Open Rehearsal: $18/Adult; $10/Youth (7-17 years of age).
See COVID-19 Vaccine/Negative test requirements at

Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University

(707) 546-8742

Sat, November 6th
Sun, November 7th

23rd Annual Wine & Food Affair - Sonoma County

35 Participating Wineries.
Guests will need a reservation for each winery they would like to visit.

This will be done via CellarPass.  When you buy your tickets, you will make
your winery reservations at the same time.  One person needs to book reservations & buy tickets for their entire group.  No more than 6 per group.
Seating is limited at each wienry, therefore some wineries will begin to sell
out quickly.  All oft the information you need is on our website, please review
it all before you got online to order tickets.

Most wineries plan to offer their tasting outdoors, so plan accordingly. 
These will be seated & with social distancing practices in place.


Sat, November 6th

WINTERBLAST - SOFA District, Santa Rosa

5-9:30pm - SOFA Santa Rosa Arts District presents a free, kid friendly,
evening street festival for your enjoyment.  Bring friends & family. 
The SOFA round-the-block parade of decorated couches, open studios,
galleries, cafes, food, drink, live music, theater & street entertainment are offered, as always.

Parking is limited so think of biking or walking here.

Sat, November 6th

Makers Market - Sebastopol

12/Noon-4pm - All are welcome.  Small town affair on the Plaza Square.
Local makers & purveyors make a day to savor life the Sebastopol way. 
At the Sebastopol Plaza every 1st Saturday: 11/6.

6901 McKinley St., Sebastopol



Sat, November 6th

WKND FEST - Petaluma

11am-4pm - An indoor + outdoor artisan market at BARN5400.
The market will feature our very own BARN5400 Artisans along with
20+ local pop-up makers & vendors from Sonoma County. 
We will have lots of activities for you & your family including local
food & coffee trucks, a wine & beer garden, live music & activities
for your little ones.
5400 Old Redwood Hwy, Petaluma




Sun, November 7th

Santa Rosa Doll & Toy Show & Sale

10am-3:30pm - Antique & Vintage to Modern Dolls, toys,
miniatures & accessories.  Sponsored by Redwood Empire Doll Club. 
Cash donation at door & for doll appraisals benefits The Living Room. 
Up to 2 appraisals by Doll Mercantile, Petaluma.
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building
1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa
(707) 326-0322

Wed, November 10th
Sun, November 14th

Napa Valley Film Festival

The five-day festival showcasing nearly 60 narrative, documentary
& short film from a strong roster of established & emerging artists
from November 10-14. 
All access screening passes for $99 will allow unlimited streaming access to the schedule of films throughout the festival, including
many exclusive Q&A’s & introductions from the filmmakers.

Thu, November 11th

Oakmont Veterans Day Event

12/Noon - Inviting all Veterans & family & friends of Veterans to join
this celebration of Veterans Day.  All Veterans will be honored during the ceremony, both by branch of service & by which conflicts they served. 
Event includes traditional parading of the colors, appropriate service
anthem music & notable guest speakers who will talk about the importance
of military service & the valor of those who served our country & helped
preserve the freedoms we enjoy. 

Veterans are encouraged to wear uniforms, ball caps, or insignias
of the service in which they have served.
Berger Center
6633 Oakmont Dr., Santa Rosa


Thu, November 11th

Veterans Day Parade & Flyover - Petaluma

12/Noon-3pm - Petaluma proudly hosts the largest Veteran's Day Parade
north of the Golden Gate.  The event is dedicated to remembering the Men
& Women who set aside their civilian pursuits to serve our nation's cause, defending our freedom & preserving American heritage.
Events begin with music in Walnut Park & the parade begins at 1pm. 
Huey helicopters, tanks & more than 100 entries provide plenty of pomp & circumstance. The day continues at Walnut Park with prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance & guest speakers.
Walnut Park
201 Fourth St., Petaluma

Fri, November 12th

High Heels For Hope - Santa Rosa

6:30-11pm - An Evening of Glamour & FUN where the women
put on thier best heels, dine on Wine Country Cuisine, enjoy Sonoma
County Wines, while dancing the night away.
Plus enjoy the thrills of a Live & Silent Auction!
Tickets: $100/Per Person.
Emcee:  Heather Holmes, KTVU Channel 2 News Anchor.
Music by: DJ Fabian.
John Ash & Co - Vintners Inn Event Center
4350 Barnes Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 484-5229

Fri, November 12th

LBC Presents Whiskey Myers

8pm - Whiskey Myers

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600 (Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, closed Sunday & Monday)

Sat, November 13th

An Evening of Inspiration - benefiting First Responders Resiliency, Inc.

......  and the development of the first-ever First Responder Resiliency Center
in Cotati, CA.  It will be a home for the training we currently offer & will provide real-time access to wellness & support services so desperately needed by first responders & their families.  The event is being held both in-person at the Resiliency Center site & virtually. Includes a special showing of the short film highlighting the work of FRRI, an auction led by State Senator Mike McGuire
& a site tour & elegant dinner for in-person guests.

1475 W. Sierra Ave., Cotati

Sat, November 13th

Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra concert: Back in the Saddle Again

3pm - TICKET PRICES: Pre-concert (purchased by 11am, Nov., 11, 2021):
Adult/$15/Youth/$5.  At the Door: Adult/$20, Youth/$10.
Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University
(707) 546-8742



Sun, November 14th

LBC Presents Postmodern Jukebox

7:30pm - LBC Presents Postmodern Jukebox - Sunday, November 14, 2021

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600

Sun, November 14th

Affirming Our Faith Journey: LGBTQIA+ Book Discussion

Reconciling Scripture Knox Presbyterian & Thanksgiving Lutheran
churches invite you to an Affirming Our Faith Journey Scripture study on Sexuality & Gender Identity.  We will study Bible passages using various interpretive lenses explored in "Reconciling Scripture", by Austen Hartke
& Emmy Kegler, theologians & members of the LGBTQIA+ community. 
The commentary takes into account biblical integrity & knowledge & the
diverse experiences of the LGBTQ+ community.  Passages are addressed
as well as Bible passages that offer inclusive & expansive understandings
of the nature of God's welcome.  Meetings will be held on Zoom on
Thursdays Oct. 14, Oct. 21, Oct. 28, & Nov. 4, at 6:30pm.
The book is available at a modest cost from, or through Thanksgiving & Knox Churches.  All are invited to join us for an affirming,
open discussion. The Zoom link: 6986885618?pwd=KzVMNEllL1dMV2p0N1F5ZnEzaVpTZz09
To join by phone: 1 669 900 6833Meeting ID: 869 8688 5618Passcode: 1650Knox & Thanksgiving are an all-inclusive neighborhood church & ministry, where all of God's children are celebrated & participate in all aspects of church life.

Tue, November 16th

LBC Presents Cirque Musical Holiday Spectacular

7pm -

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa

(707) 546-3600





Fri, November 19th

Randy Rainbow - The Pink Glasses Tour - LBC

8pm - A two-time EMMY® nominated American comedian, producer, actor,
singer, writer &  satirist best known for his popular YouTube series,
The Randy Rainbow Show.  His musical parodies & political spoofs have
garnered him worldwide acclaim.  Presented by Live Nation

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Ruth Finley Person Theater
50 Mark West Spring Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600

Fri, November 19th
Sun, January 9th

Winter Lights Holiday Skate Rink - Santa Rosa

Winter Lights is Santa Rosa's destination for season long holiday fun
with a synthetic ice rink in Courthouse Square, the annual tree lighting
event & perfect holiday shopping & dining opportunities - there's something
for everyone.  Using no water or power, the Winter Lights Rink is Wine
Country's drought-conscious, eco-friendly opportunity for holiday fun! 
Our synthetic rink, made by Glice, functions just like a conventional rink.
Winter Lights Holiday Skate Rink
For complete dates, details and tickets, visit:

Sat, November 20th

Comedy in the Cave - Kenwood

5:30/Doors Open, 6:30pm/Show - Maureen Langan - An international
headlining comedian & broadcaster.   She’s performed on Broadway
with Rosie O’Donnell & hosts Hanging with Langan, a podcast available
on Apple, Spotify & iHeart.  For seven years, Hanging with Langan was
heard on KGO radio in S.F.   Robert Kennedy, Jr. hired her to host his
annual RiverKeeper fundraiser & Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup
for the Soul
, says she’s the best host he’s ever had.
Deerfield Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood





Sat, November 20th

Fall Makers Market - Healdsburg

12/Noon-4pm - Join us for an outdoor fall market on our expansive
concert green!  Support local artisans & start your holiday shopping
while enjoying live music.  Treat yourself to some delicious bites & mulled
wine to keep you warm during your shopping pursuits.  Please dress warm
& bring a blanket if you wish.
Rodney Strong Vineryards
11455 Old Redwood Hwy., Healdsburg

Thu, November 25th

5K Turkey Trot - Healdsburg

8am - Start/End at the Healdsburg Running Company
333 Center St., Healdsburg

Raise funds for "Live Like Drew" & have FUN on Turkey Day!
Cost: $25/Adults, $20/Kids under 12.

Everyone receives a Turkey Trot Shirt!
(707) 395-0372

Thu, December 2nd

Dining Out for Life - Sonoma County


Participating Restaurants will be generously donating a portion
of their sales to Food For Thought that day.

Dining Out For LIfe raises funds for to support our nutrition
programs for people living with HIV & other serious medical
conditions in Sonoma County.  The event lands on Thursday,
Dec., 2nd which is the day after World AIDS Day.
(707) 887-1647



Sat, December 4th
Sun, December 5th

Annual Holiday Open House - Luther Burbank Home & Gardens

Luther Burbank Home & Gardens
204 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa
(707) 524-5445

Thu, December 9th

Headline Comedy - Christopher Titus - Rohnert Park

7-9pm - A hilarious evening of stand-up comedy.
Sally Tomatoes
1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park

Tue, December 14th

The California Honeydrops - Sebastopol

6:45pm/Doors Open, 8pm/Show.

An American Blues & R&B Band, formed in 2007
playing in the Subway Stations of Oakland, CA.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris St., Sebastopol




Fri, December 17th

7th Annual Blanket Drive - Santa Rosa

10am-2pm - We are collecting new & gently used (freshly washed)
blankets for our homeless neighbors.  Please visit our website for
information on the agnecies we assist.
733 Coddingtown Mall

Thu, February 3rd

Cake Master Live: An Evening with Duff Goldman - LBC

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600

Sat, February 5th

32nd Annual Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest - Santa Rosa

4pm - Reception, Silent Auction Hall of Flowers.
6pm - Crab Feed Dinner, Live Auction Grace Pavilion.
Supporting Scholarships Agricultural Eductiona & Advocacy Programs.
Presented by Sonoma County Farm Buruau.
Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Rd., Santa Rosa
(707) 544-5571

Sat, May 14th

Sonoma Serengeti Stars - Safari West

4-6:30pm - Safari West Wildlife Foundation Fundraiser

In Person (Tickets Limited)

Live Sreaming, Silent Auction, Fund-a-need.

Tickets: $125/Per Ticket.

Safari West

3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa

(707) 566-3606


Fri, June 10th

Rodney Strong Vineyards Dance Series Alonzo King LINES Ballet

7:30pm with post-show discussion.
Ruth Finley Person Theater
50 Mark West Springs Rd.Santa Rosa
(707) 546-3600



Location: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 96403