Community Calendar

 

Thu, February 25th
thru
Thu, March 11th

Sonoma County YMCA Blood Drive

The American Red Cross and the Y urge people to share their good health by giving blood or platelets during March, Red Cross Month. The need for blood doesn't stop, even during a pandemic. Your donation is essential. Schedule your appointment for the Y’s blood drive - March 11 from 10am-3pm at Sonoma County Family YMCA. Appointments are required, as well as face coverings & social distancing.

Location: Sonoma County Family YMCA, 1111 College Ave, Santa Rosa, CA, 95404

Website: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive

Phone: 707-708-2750


Thu, February 25th
thru
Fri, April 16th

Plant Sales held at the Jail Indsutries - Santa Rosa

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

10am-3pm - Thursday - Saturday.

 

100% of revenue from the plants sales fund the nursery
vocational education program
operated by the Sonoma County
Sheriff's Office in partnership with Five Keys Schools & Programs.
All plants are grown & nurtured by inmates. No pesticides or
fertilizers are used.

Jail Industries Plant Sales
2254 Ordinance Road, Santa Rosa

(707) 239-1611


Fri, February 26th
thru
Mon, June 28th

Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition Offers In-Person/On-Bike Lessons

In Windsor, Petaluma & Santa Rosa this Winter/Spring 2021.
Schools may not be open yet, but the SC Bicycle Coalition is offering in-person on-bike lessons this Winter & Spring for both kids & parents! Get outdoors, build skills & gain the confidence to enjoy cycling for transportation & recreation.
The Bicycle Coalition’s Safe Routes to School Program has partnered with the Parks & Rec Programs in the Town of Windsor, City of Petaluma & City of Santa Rosa to offer on-bicycle person lessons every week!  Lessons offered on Wednesdays in Windsor & Thursdays in Petaluma. Santa Rosa lessons will take place on Fridays beginning in late February.  All lessons are a low cost of $5/per participant & registration is through each of the city Park & Recreation Dept websites.  The in-person, on-bike series includes the following lessons: · Learn to Ride a Bicycle for Kids · Bicycle Skill Building – Kids only · Family Bicycling 1 – Bicycle Skill Building for Parents & Kids · Family Bicycling 2: Instructional Neighborhood Ride for Parents & Kids · Teen Independent Bicycling Workshop & Ride Link to Town of Windsor RegistrationLink to City of Petaluma RegistrationLink to City of Santa Rosa RegistrationFor those who are unable to attend our in-person lessons, the SC Bicycle Coalition also offers a series of FREE, Virtual Family Bicycling Workshops via Zoom.  The Virtual series includes Intro to Family Bicycling, Street Skills for Parents, Bicycle Maintenance for Families & Route Planning & Great Sonoma County Family Rides.
For more information & to register for a virtual workshop:

(707) 799-3911

Website: https://www.bikesonoma.org/family-bike-workshops/


Fri, February 26th
thru
Mon, April 5th

COVID-19 Mental Health Warm Line

Call any day of the week from 10am-7pm to speak to a trained professional.

(707) 565-2652


Fri, February 26th
thru
Mon, March 1st

Children's Museum of Sonoma County

Virtual Free STEM, Art Activities & Read Aloud Story Videos.
(707) 546-4069

Website: http://www.cmosc.org/blog/


Fri, February 26th
thru
Fri, April 2nd

Healdsburg Running Company Schedule

Healdsburg Running Company
333 Center St., Healdsburg
(707) 395-0372
https://healdsburgrunningcompany.com/


Fri, February 26th
thru
Mon, May 3rd

Become a CASA Volunteer

One caring Adult can be all it takes to make a world of difference for
a child in Foster Care.

Join one of our Quarterly Trainings!
(707) 565-8375

Website: http://www.sonomacasa.org


Fri, February 26th
thru
Wed, March 31st

Young Writers Contest - Sonoma County

The Jack London State Historic Park is inviting Kids in 6th through 8th Grades
to write an original 2,000-word story inspired by the works of Jack London.

The theme this year is: "coping with isolation."  Students are asked to write
a fictional story in which their character journeys  through an unknown land alone.  All students who enter the contest will receive a pass for free
admission to the park.

 

Contest Prizes: 
$200 for 1st place

$150 for 2nd place,
$100 for 3rd place.

Deadline: March 31, 2021.

Winners Announced: April 30, 2021.

Instructions & Entry Form:

https://jacklondonpark.com/annual-young-writers-contest/


Fri, February 26th
thru
Fri, April 30th

Volunteer Opportunities - Petaluma Bounty Farm

The Bounty Farm has drop-in Volunteer Hours on

WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS from 9am-12/noon.

THURSDAYS 3-6pm (2-5pm - in the Winter).

All ages & abilities are welcome!

Website: http://www.petalumabounty.org/programs/bounty-farm/


Fri, February 26th
thru
Fri, April 30th

Lend a hand Delivering Meals - Sonoma County

Ceres Community Project delivers meals designed to help individuals
& families living with illnesses

(707) 829-5833

Website: http://ww.CeresProject.org/volunteeradults.html


Fri, February 26th
thru
Wed, March 31st

Coronavirus – Health Orders & Guidance - Sonoma County

This page is constantly updated & displays the Health Orders that
are currently active.

 

https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/health-orders/ 

 


Fri, February 26th
thru
Wed, March 31st

Local Rides for Sonoma County Residents 60+

https://www.sonomasenioraccess.org/provide-rides/


Fri, February 26th
thru
Fri, March 26th

Free Ride To Your Vaccine

Santa Rosa CityBus, in coordination with Sonoma County Transit (SCT) and Petaluma Transit (PT), are now offering systemwide fare-free transit and paratransit transportation for any person traveling to or from a City/County COVID-19 vaccination site with proof of vaccination appointment on the day of travel.

Given the ongoing public health emergency, this program is intended to help address the financial and transportation-related barriers many residents may face to accessing COVID-19 vaccinations. This fare-free service includes regular bus service, regular paratransit service, City of Santa Rosa shuttle service and Call-Ahead services instituted to fill gaps in the transit service network during the COVID-19 pandemic. To qualify for this service, passengers must show proof of vaccination appointment, in print or on their mobile device, to the transit operator when boarding the vehicle.

Location: Sonoma County

Website: https://srcity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1354

Phone: 800-345-7433


Fri, February 26th
thru
Wed, March 31st

Drive-up Pick-up Meals for Seniors

The Council on Aging is offering Drive-Up Pick-Up Meals for Seniors at 8 locations in Sonoma County.

Register:
(707) 525-0143 x102

Location: Sonoma County

Website: https://www.councilonaging.com/

Phone: 7075250143


Fri, February 26th
thru
Sat, May 1st

EPIC Trail Challenge - Sonoma County

Train for & complete an 11 or 20 mile hike on Saturday, May 22nd.

Raise funds that do Epic good for our Community.

Website: http://www.srhealth.org/epic


Fri, February 26th
thru
Wed, March 31st

Outdoor & Online Folklorico Classes - Sonoma County

Our mission is to educated, preserve & promote the splendor of Mexico's traditional dances, music & colorful costumes.  We support local schools, educational programs & non-profit organizations through after school
classes, workshops & performances year round.

We conduct outreach programs for the youth in our community to instill
pride of their cultural heritage & promote cultural education to diverse communities in Sonoma County.
Sonoma's Mexican Folklorico Group

(707) 569-6338

Website: http://www.quetzalengf.com


Fri, February 26th
thru
Fri, November 5th

Eat & Donate

I am hosting "Eat & Donates" to support the Sonoma-Marin Walk to End Alzheimers with Mountain Mikes Pizza on the 4th Friday of the month.

Location: Mountain Mikes Pizza

Website: http://act.alz.org/goto/KatelynnAnderson

Phone: 7075482533


Fri, February 26th
thru
Fri, April 30th

Your Virtual Library is Always Open - Sonoma Coounty

Website: http://www.sonomalibrary.org/youtube


Fri, February 26th
thru
Wed, March 31st

Virtual Variety Shows - Occidental Center for the Arts

 

These special shelter-in-place shows are available free on OCA's YouTube Channel & they feature a diverse & talented group of performers, artists &
OCA volunteers.  Enjoy your favortie musicians. see familiar faces & let us entertain you safely at home.

Website: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPUNofdePFwQRU6RVAAEpYQ


Today
thru
Fri, March 12th

Geyserville Chamber March Take -Out Dinner Fundraiser

Pre-Order by March 12

Meal:

Mixed Green Salad, Sausage Stew, Over Creamy Polenta & Tiramisu for Dessert.

 

MEAL Pick up is: March 16, from 5-6pm in Fron Diavola

21021 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville
$30/Dinner for One,

$50/Dinner for Two.

Open to all Geyserville Chamber Members & anyone in the Community.

https://geyservillechamber.com/member-dinners/


Today
thru
Mon, August 30th

Camp Newman - Sonoma County

Year Round Programs

We are working to re-envision what our in-person year round programming might look like when we can safely convene again. In the meantime, please join us for our virtual gatherings!

Register: 

https://campnewman.org/year-round/

 


Today
thru
Fri, April 2nd

ArtQuest Entry Packets now due - Sonoma County

The window for Entry Packet submissions for the Fall 2021 Entry into
ArtQuest, the award-winning arts magnet program at Santa Rosa High
School is closing fast!  ArtQuest Entry Packets are available online at
the ArtQuest website.

(707) 890-3850 x7

http://www.artquestonline.org


Today
thru
Sat, July 31st

Sonoma County Regional Parks Campsites

With the lifting of the stay-home order - you can reigster for a campsite.

Campers must stay 6-feet from people not in their household & carry
a face mask,which they must wear when they can't maintain adequate
distance from others.  Bring you own water, as drinking fountains are
off-limits  Group Campsites are closed.

Website: http://www.parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Play/Camping


Today
thru
Fri, April 9th

United Way of Wine Country Free Tax Support

United Way of Wine Country's Earn It!  Keep It! Save It! program offers free 2020 tax preparation

  • For households earning $66,000 or less.
  • Support provided by certified tax preparers.
  • Drop-off tax sites open NOW through April.
  • U.S. citizenship NOT required

Sonoma County residents can set up an appointment by phone, or go to the website.

Location: Online

Website: https://unitedwaywinecountry.org/earn-it-keep-it-save-it/

Phone: Dial 2-1-1 or 800.325.9604


Wed, March 3rd

HR Summit: Strategic Leadership for Ultimate Success

Successful leadership during a time of immense change requires strategic thinking, increased flexibility, and creative ideas. Learn how to effectively influence business strategy as an HR leader by aligning your HR expertise and tools. Create leader-to leader partnerships and drive success through performance management to increase your competitive advantage, while keeping employees engaged, motivated, and happy. This conference will provide you with important tips and best practices for continued success. Walk away feeling inspired and prepared to implement the change needed to drive your workforce forward.

Location: Virtual

Website: https://www.starhr.com/upcoming-events/

Phone: 805-252-8266


Thu, March 4th
thru
Thu, May 27th

Bocce Chuckers – Thursdays in Windsor

5:05-8:05pm

Price: Free

Well it’s that time again for some bocce ball on Thursday nights.
Come anytime it’s free fun . Located at the bocce ball courts next to
Safeway in Windsor.
BYOB lots of fun

https://www.facebook.com/places/Things-to-do-in-Windsor-California/103838739654761/


Thu, March 4th

Karoake Night - Healdsburg

6:30-9:30pm.

It's your turn to be the star on Thursday nights at Coyote! 
Take the stage yourself or sit back & enjoy the show with karaoke
from Dr. Rob Bogan.  No cover.

Coyote Sonoma
44 Mill St, Healdsburg,
(707) 433-4444
https://www.coyotesonoma.com/


Thu, March 4th

Comedy at Sally Tomatoes - Rohnert Park

7-9pm

Tickets · $65 - $195 - via Eventbrite.

Included with your Dinner is an exclusive Outdoor Comedy Show
with Myles & Chelsea!

Each ticket includes Dinner.
Doors - 5:30pm, Dinner - 6pm, Show - 7pm.

You are purchasing a dinner ticket which includes an outdoor entertainment experience with Myles Weber & Chelsea Bearce.

Tickets sold in groups of 2, 4, or 6.  If you have a larger party, please contact us to arrange.

Please purchase all tickets for your party together as we will be socially distancing the tables & guests for this unprecedented event.

Limited seating & tickets, don't wait on this.

Dinner Menu:
-Grilled Pork Tenderloin w/ Chimichurri Sauce
-Mushroom Wild Risotto
-Grilled Asparagus
-Hearts of Romaine Salad
-Homemade Cheesecake.

1100 Valley House Dr., Rohnert Park
(707) 665-9472

https://sallytomatoes.com/

 


Thu, March 4th
thru
Thu, April 29th

Trivia Night - Epicenter, Santa Rosa

6-8pm -

Trivia Night is BACK!  Every Thursday Night.  Come with your team
of up to 6 players & answer some of the most rando questions
you've ever heard.

Questions start at 6pm!  Feel free to contact Victory House to make
table reservations.

3215 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 708-3742

https://www.facebook.com/VisitEpicenter/

 

Thu, March 4th
thru
Sat, April 10th

Shutterbug Online Classes - Sonoma County

3/4 - Travel Photogrpahy,

4/10 - In Person - Portraits on Locationj.

 

Shutterbug Camera Shops
3011-C Santa Rosa Ave.,
(707) 546-3456

http://shutterbugcamerashops.com/


Thu, March 4th

Webinar: Part I: How to Build an ADU in Healdsburg (with your local city planning & building staff)

Thursday, March 4 | Part I: How to Build an ADU in Healdsburg (with your local city planning & building staff) We’ll be joined by our statewide expert on ADU law & policy as well as local Healdsburg city planning & building staff who can help you understand your local ADU rules & processes. Here’s the agenda:• Napa Sonoma ADU Center: The tools & services our nonprofit offers to help make your ADU project a success• Healdsburg ADU Rules & Processes: An overview of the local ADU rules and how to successfully plan, permit & build an ADU in this city.• Live audience Q&A session: Ask questions directly of your Healdsburg city staff and our ADU expert!Spanish language translation will be provided via Zoom. Se proporcionará interpretación al español a través de Zoom.Any questions, email info@napasonomaadu.org

Location: Zoom

Website: https://napasonomaadu.org/events2/part-i-how-to-build-an-adu-in-healdsburg-with-your-local-city-planning-amp-building-staff?locale=en

Phone: 5106846442


Sat, March 6th

Rip City Riders Hosting Drive Thru Crab Feed

Rip City Riders 1st Annual Drive-Thru Crab Feed!!!

Benefitting the Polly Klaas Foundation!

March 6, 2021 – Noon – 5 PM at the Petaluma Roblar Rd. Club House

 

Enjoy 3 Pounds of Whole Weight Cracked Crab, Dipping Sauces, Pasta, Green Salad and Fresh Bread! All for $60 per Person! Best of all proceeds provide Social Media Safety Education to Sonoma County Students

 

Location: 4001 Roblar Road, Petaluma, Ca 94952

Website: https://ripcityriders.org/


Wed, March 10th

Nature Journaling with Angela Zocco Sturr

4-5pm - (4-Week Series)

In-person & outdoors; class meets at Laguna Uplands
(at the top of Palm Drive, Sebastopol)

Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Would you like to draw flowers, birds, bugs, even your dog? In this class you will explore the strategies & skills of nature journaling. A nature journal blends science art & sharpens our ability to appreciate the world around us. Slowing down to observe details often sparks our curiosity & opens the door to many new ideas & questions. With simple materials, pen, pencil & watercolors you will learn to create a journal uniquely personal to your own observations & discoveries. No prior drawing experience is necessary.

Laguna Uplands Preserve
6700 Palm Ave., Sebastopol
https://www.sebarts.org/classes-lectures/nature-journaling-with-angela-zocco-sturr


Thu, March 11th

Live on-line How to Draw Lucy

4pm - Learn how to draw everyone's favorite fuss-budget, Luch Van Pelt!
Face off with this comic icon in this lighthearted, interactive how-to-draw class.
Fee: $10.  Meets online via Zoom.

 

 

 

Website: http://www.schulzmuseum.org


Fri, March 12th
thru
Fri, April 2nd

Virtual ISRAELI Film Festival

Website: https://www.jccsoco.org/

Phone: (707) 528-4222


Sat, March 13th
thru
Sun, March 14th

LBC’s Clover Sonoma Virtual Family Fun Series

Join us from the comfort of your home for The Snail and the Whale. Longing to see the world, a tiny sea snail hitches a lift on the tail of a great big, grey-blue humpback whale. Together they go on an amazing journey, brought vividly to life through live music, storytelling and lots of laughs – but when the whale gets beached, how will the snail save him? A heart-warming adventure for everyone aged four and up. Inspired by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved picture book.

It’s Family Time with Your LBC!

Date:

Saturday, March 13, 2021 – Sunday, March 14, 2021

Time:
All day Saturday and Sunday

Running Time: 55 minutes

Cost:
Free

Location: Online

Website: https://lutherburbankcenter.org/event/snail-whale/

Phone: 707.546.3600


Sat, March 13th
thru
Fri, May 21st

SRJC Music Spring 2021 Concerts & Recitals

Donations welcome.  For livestream event links & to make donations, please visit:

(707) 527-4249

https://music.santarosa.edu/events


Sat, March 13th

Active 20-30 Club's Drive Through Crab Feed Event

On Saturday, March 13th, 2021 the Active 20-30 Club will host the first Drive Through version of our annual Crab Feed Event at New Vintage Church in Santa Rosa. We’ve modified our event to follow current safety guidelines. The community can enjoy our delicious local Dungeness crab meals, including all the sides, while also supporting a local non-profit. The Active 20-30 Club uses all proceeds from this event to help local youth.

Location: 3300 Sonoma Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

Website: https://www.jotform.com/form/210086502765150

Phone: 7074816951


Sat, March 13th
thru
Sat, June 26th

Willowside School Nursery - Plant Sale

A program with student involvement to support garden & nursery coordinator positions in the Oak Grove Union School District.

5299 Hall Rd. & Willowside Rd.

Spring Pant Sales:

SATURDAYS from 9am – 2pm
By appointment:   mfiddler@ogusd.org
OR drop-in if space available 
March 13, April 3, April 24, May 15, June 5, June 26.
Thousands of plants: a variety of low water & drought tolerant perennials,
CA natives, a multitude of succulents, grasses, salvias & MANY BEAUTIFUL PLANTS to invite beneficial insects, butterflies & hummingbirds into your garden.

PRICE: $5 for 1 gallon containers

We have over 40 varieties of Speciality Japanese Maples, 3-6 feet
tall at $30 to $70
.

Rain does not cancel. 

Call:  Jan Lochner - (707) 569 - 4724


Sun, March 14th

Bubbles Brunch Cooking Demo with La Crema

What would the California Artisan Cheese Festival be without the much beloved Bubbles Brunch celebration? We don’t want to contemplate that, which is why the ever bubbly La Crema Winery Chef and Cheese Specialist, Tracey Shepos Cenami, will be firing up the stoves to demonstrate three positively irresistible brunch dishes. You can cook alongside or just watch the show (and pick up a few tips) while you sip some La Crema bubbles.

 

Date and Tme:

Sun, March 14, 2021

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Location: Online

Website: ca-artisan-cheese-festival-virtual-bubbles-brunch-cooking-demo-tickets-141885498345


Tue, March 16th

Water-Wise Gardening for Birds and Pollinators

Join Daily Acts and Veronica Bowers of Native Songbird Care and Conservation on Tuesday, March 16, for an informative afternoon discussion on how to build habitat in our gardens to support pollinators and other wildlife. During this talk you will learn how you can play a support role to our ecosystem while also creating a colorful, lush, and low-water use garden sanctuary.

Location: Zoom

Website: https://dailyacts.org/events-cal/water-wise-gardening-for-birds-and-pollinators/#

Phone: 707-789-9664


Thu, March 18th

Webinar: Part II: How to Build an ADU in Healdsburg (with local housing professionals and homeowners)

Thursday, March 18 | Part II: How to Build an ADU in Healdsburg (with local housing professionals and homeowners) We’ll be joined by our nonprofit’s ADU Expert as well as local housing professionals and homeowners who have successfully built ADUs in Healdsburg talk about their real-world experiences. This webinar is in collaboration with local nonprofit Healdsburg 2040.Spanish language translation will be provided via Zoom. Se proporcionará interpretación al español a través de Zoom.Any questions, email info@napasonomaadu.org

Location: Zoom

Website: https://napasonomaadu.org/events2/part-ii-how-to-build-an-adu-in-healdsburg-with-local-housing-professionals-and-homeowners?locale=en

Phone: 5106846442


Thu, March 18th

(Virtual) Women in Arts: Donna Brookman, Maria de Los Angeles, Linda Vallejo

In honor of Women's History Month, join us for a panel discussion on Thursday, March 18, from 5-6:30pm, featuring Donna Brookman, Maria de Los Angeles, and Linda Vallejo, three artists from 35: Thirty-Five Artists for Thirty-Five Years. Moderated by Estelle Rogers, the Museum of Sonoma County's Art Committee Chair and Board Secretary, this discussion will focus on the lives, work, and experience of each panelist.

Location: Museum of Sonoma County - Online

Website: https://museumsc.org/events/?eid=7853

Phone: 707-579-1500


Fri, March 19th
thru
Sun, March 21st

Sonoma County Virtual Home & Garden Show

The 33rd Annual Sonoma County Home & Garden Show is coming (virtually) March 19, 20 &21! Come and celebrate over a quarter century of satisfying your home improvement needs . Our premier show continues to be the biggest and best complete one stop shopping event. Whether you are looking for a complete home remodel, a kitchen or bath makeover, a beautiful newly landscaped yard, or just like to shop for your home, you will find it all at the Home & Garden Show.

Location: Online

Website: https://sonomacountyhomeshows.com/exhibitors/

Phone: 800-655-0655


Thu, March 25th

Clutter Free Eveing with Tracy McCubbin - Virtual

7pm - On Zoom.  Declutter your way to financial freedom with Tracy McCubbin.

She tackles your clutter problem at the roots, & reveal her 7 empowering

techniques to overcome the emotional blocks that stand between you &

improved finances, healthy relationships & a positive outlook.

https://www.sebarts.org/classes-lectures/making-space-clutter-free-with-author-tracy-mccubbin

 

 


Fri, March 26th
thru
Sun, March 28th

California Artisan Cheese Festival

While we CANNOT WAIT to safely gather again in Sonoma County to eat cheese and celebrate our California cheesemakers, we know that will not be possible by March 2021.  In an effort to ensure the continued health and safety of our community, we will host a virtual edition of the 2021 California Artisan Cheese Festival this coming March.  We look forward to sharing more information about our digital programming in the coming weeks.
 
Tickets for the 2021 Festival will go on sale February 1, 2021.  Please keep an eye on the Festival's social media channels for updates.  Until then, we wish you the happiest of holidays, full of cheese and cheer.
 

Location: Online

Website: https://www.sonomacounty.com/sonoma-events/california-artisan-cheese-festival

Phone: 707-837-1928


Sun, March 28th

Santa Rosa Symphony presents: SRS @ Home

Sunday, March 28, acclaimed cellist Zuill Bailey returns for Ellen Taaffe Zwilich’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra. Francesco’s program also includes masterful works by Brahms, Barber, Charles Ives and Jessie Montgomery. Also, live pre-concert talk at 2 pm and post-concert Q & A with Francesco.

Location: YouTube

Website: https://www.srsymphony.org/Events-Tickets/SRS-HOME/SRS-HOME-March-28

Phone: 707-546-8742


Sat, April 10th

32nd Annual Great Sonoma Crab & Wine Fest at Home - Sonoma County

3-5:30pm - Pickup & Delivery - Locations in Santa Rosa & Petaluma
6:30pm - Entertainment & Live Auction.

Tickets to this unique event include a take-home dinner & access to the
virtual event featuring live entertainment, a brief program & a virtual
live & silent auction.

We provide the food & the entertainment, you provide the venue in the
comfort of your own home.  Or, take the party outside to enjoy the
great Sonoma County landscape with a few friends & family members.

Website: http://www.sonomafb.org/crab-feed

Phone: (707) 544-5575


Sun, April 25th

Santa Rosa Symphony presents: SRS @ Home

Sunday, April 25, it's romancing, dancing and serenading! Francesco conducts Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for String Orchestra and, featuring Concertmaster Joseph Edelberg, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Taaffe Zwilich's Romance for Violin and Chamber Orchestra. Plus works by living composers.

Location: YouTube

Website: https://www.srsymphony.org/Events-Tickets/SRS-HOME/SRS-HOME-April-25

Phone: 707-546-8742


Mon, April 26th
thru
Mon, May 3rd

Tailwags & Handbags Auction - Online

Auction runs April 26 - May 3.
April 30 - Virtual Luncheon.

 

The online Auction will feature gently-used & new designer & vintage
handbags, murses (man purses), scarves, watches & hats, along with
eye-catching jewelry.

All benefiting Pets Lifeline, a non-profit animal shelter in Sonoma Valley

(707) 966-4577 x111

Website: http://www.petslifeline.org


Sun, May 16th

Santa Rosa Symphony presents: SRS @ Home

Sunday, May 16, Francesco Lecce-Chong conducts the Santa Rosa Symphony for Haydn’s touching Symphony No. 45, Farewell, Rossini’s exhilarating and joyful Overture to Il signor Bruschino and works by living composers, including SRS Artistic Partner Ellen Taaffe Zwilich’s Peanuts® Gallery with pianist Elizabeth Dorman. Plus LIVE pre-concert talk at 2 pm and post-concert Q & A with Francesco.

Location: YouTube

Website: https://www.srsymphony.org/Events-Tickets/SRS-HOME/SRS-HOME-May-16

Phone: 707-546-8742


Mon, May 31st
thru
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

Website: http://www.incarnation100.org


Sun, June 13th

Our Virtual Tale - Benefitting Food For Thought

We will livestream our event, complete with music, engaging videos, breakout rooms for socializing, inspirational client speakers & giving opportunities. We will also have a great online auction, to-go food & wine options!

 
Our goal is to raise $90,000 to feed our clients living with HIV, COVID-19 & other serious illnesses in Sonoma County.  We need your help to do so!
(707) 887-1647

Website: https://www.fftfoodbank.org/


Sat, October 23rd

2021 Golden West Chapter Walk to Defeat ALS

The Golden West Chapter is looking forward to a new year of opportunity and progress for the ALS community. We are excited to announce that - for the first time ever - on Saturday, October 23, 2021, participants from 31 California counties and the entire state of Hawaii will all gather together online on the same day to raise ALS awareness and funds, and 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, and to remember our loved ones lost to this devastating disease.

Location: Live on Zoom and streamed on YouTube

Website: http://walk-tober.org/

Phone: 704-877-7757