Calendar

 

Jan
24
Thu
Main Stage West presents “Swallow” @ Main Stage West
Jan 24 @ 8:00 pm

Stef Smith’s Swallow is a play about three women dealing with psychological trauma, and striving for a fresh start in life. It was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, on 9 August 2015 as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it received a Scotsman Fringe First Award.
 
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday at 5 p.m.

Jan
25
Fri
Main Stage West presents “Swallow” @ Main Stage West
Jan 25 @ 8:00 pm

Stef Smith’s Swallow is a play about three women dealing with psychological trauma, and striving for a fresh start in life. It was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, on 9 August 2015 as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it received a Scotsman Fringe First Award.
 
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday at 5 p.m.

Jan
26
Sat
Main Stage West presents “Swallow” @ Main Stage West
Jan 26 @ 8:00 pm

Stef Smith’s Swallow is a play about three women dealing with psychological trauma, and striving for a fresh start in life. It was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, on 9 August 2015 as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it received a Scotsman Fringe First Award.
 
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday at 5 p.m.

Apr
6
Sat
2019 General Sonoma Coast Volunteer Orientation – FREE Training @ Bodega Bay Fire Protection District
Apr 6 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

2019 General Sonoma Coast Volunteer Orientation – FREE Training

Apr 6, 2019, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

This orientation covers all of our Sonoma Coast programs, including Whale Watch, Pinniped Monitoring, Seal Watch, Seabird Monitoring, Tidepool, and Steward Ship. Topics will include ocean safety, marine mammal/seabird identification, reporting wildlife disturbances, how monitoring data is being used, dog policy and dealing with the public in a non-confrontational manner, and information about our affiliates at the Marine Mammal Center, California Coastal National Monument, and Seabird Protection Network.

Instructor(s): Sonoma Coast State Park Lifeguard, Jeffrey Smith (Stewards Volunteer), Dr. Sarah Allen, Ph.D. (National Park Service), Ryan Berger (WhaleAlert, Marine Mammal Center), Phil Warren (Marine Mammal Center), Bill Standley (Bureau of Land Management, CA Coastal National Monument), Paul Hobi (Seabird Protection Network & NOAA Marine Sanctuaries) & Hollis Bewley (Seabird & Tidepool Program Coordinator)

Meets: Bodega Bay Fire Protection District, 510 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay, CA 94923

Stewards members receive a 20% discount on registration fees. Not a member? Join today!

https://www.stewardscr.org/events/2019-general-sonoma-coast-volunteer-orientation-free-training

Apr
20
Sat
2019 Earth Day Registration @ Jenner by the Sea, Ca
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Earth Day volunteers, Jillian Pfund and Eric Bosworth, both of Vacaville, clean up debris at North Jenner Beach at the Sonoma Coast State Park, as a part of the annual California State Park’s Earth Day 2016 celebration on April 16th, 2016, in Jenner, Calif. Photo by Darryl Bush, courtesy of California State Parks Foundation.

2019 Earth Day Registration

April 20th, 2019, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Join Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods for our annual Earth Day Clean Up of Goat Rock Beach and the Lower Russian River at Jenner. Come join the Steward Ship, our partners and our communities to clean up the river and beach, by sand and kayak. 10 am to 1 pm, looking for lunch and snack donations (please plan to bring lunch, snacks, water and wear appropriate attire and protection for the day’s weather).

We will provide buckets, trash bags, gloves and grabbers as well as a dumpster from Recology for proper disposal of collected materials.

We look forward to seeing you at this annual event of community action!

https://www.stewardscr.org/events/earth-day-registration

May
18
Sat
125th Annual Luther Burbank Rose Parade & Festival @ Downtown Santa Rosa, Ca
May 18 @ 9:00 am

Though the famed horticulturist Luther Burbank took part in the event as early as 1914, the annual tradition began in 1894 with the first Rose Carnival.  It continued until 1926 when it was canceled due to Burbank’s death, shortly before the festival.  A longer hiatus was observed during the World Wars.

The Junior Chamber of Commerce ‘Jaycees’ revived the event in 1950, renaming it in honor of Burbank. It has been held every year since and always with a parade. Many elements have changed over the years. The original affairs offered the grandeur of coronation balls and the pageantry of royal courts; later versions offered regattas, bicycle and running races, fireworks and tennis. The parade, though, has always been the central activity.?

Since its rebirth in 1950 the parade has become an annual event on the third Saturday in May, drawing a strong showing of local school marching bands, floats built by community and service organizations, equestrian teams, and units honoring local veterans.?

Festival activities, particularly fun and games for children, became a larger part of the day with the 100th anniversary event in 1994. The Luther Burbank Rose Parade & Festival became a formal tax-exempt corporation in 1994 after the last of its parent organizations disbanded. Community members, determined to keep the annual tradition alive, formed a 12-member board of directors. The volunteer group works year-round to produce the event, which meets an annual budget of $100,000 through sponsorships, grants, and parade and vendor fees.

May
25
Sat
7th Annual Taste @ Sova Gardens
May 25 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Jun
19
Wed
Sonoma Marin Fair 2019
Jun 19 – Jun 23 all-day

The Sonoma-Marin Fair promotes and showcases agriculture, while displaying the diverse talents, interests and accomplishments of the citizens of California, especially the youth of Sonoma and Marin counties. This is achieved by providing education, entertainment and recreational opportunities for the general public, while continually striving towards enhancing the promotion and preservation of California’s agricultural heritage.

We invite you to join us in the celebration of community, creativity, and good old fashioned fun competing for a blue ribbon. Entering stuff in the Sonoma-Marin Fair is a tradition that keeps our fair feeling authentic and special. Every year we look forward to finding out who makes the best pies, quilts, paintings, and crafts of all kinds. Enter into a competition to win a coveted blue ribbon or visit one of the Sonoma-Marin Fair’s competitive galleries and witness the spirit of competition that is alive and thriving in Petaluma.

Pre-Fair Online Discount
Adults (13+) $15 | Kids (Under 12) $10 | Seniors (65+) $10

Sprint Car Racing Tickets $10 each

Pay-One-Price Tickets includes the concerts and unlimited carnival rides.

 Note: No refunds or exchanges; online service fees apply.

Special Days

Wednesday – Kids’ Day (Everyone is a kid today (until 5pm) – admission $12),
Thursday – Seniors’ Day (Seniors 65+ admission $6)
Friday – Heroes’ Day  fueled by Lagunitas Brewing Company
(Law enforcement, fire department personnel, and active or reserve military with government ID $15)
Saturday – Farmers’ Day Presented by American AgCredit
Sunday – Family Day

Daily Schedule

Wednesday & Thursday 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
Sunday 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Gates close to entry at 10:00 pm

 

Tickets

Nov
6
Wed
Mrs. Krishnan’s Party @ Green Music Center
Nov 6 @ 7:30 pm

Indian Ink Theatre Company – A Play by Justin Lewis and Jacob Rajan

Wed, Nov 6, 2019 – Tickets: Starting at $25

Indian Ink Theatre Company bridges cultures and expands boundaries with this utterly disarming comedy that seats the audience around the dining table in the back room of an Indian-run convenience store. Now that her son is grown up, Mrs. Krishnan is thinking of selling the shop. It’s Onam, a time to celebrate life, death, and rebirth, and Mrs. Krishnan has to throw the party of her life. Over one joyous evening Mrs. Krishnan’s Party magically transforms strangers into friends through laughter, tears, good music, and great food.

Each night features 8 seats at Mrs. Krishnan’s table – in the center of the action.

Nov
7
Thu
Mrs. Krishnan’s Party @ Green Music Center
Nov 7 @ 7:30 pm

Indian Ink Theatre Company – A Play by Justin Lewis and Jacob Rajan

Wed, Nov 6, 2019 – Tickets: Starting at $25

Indian Ink Theatre Company bridges cultures and expands boundaries with this utterly disarming comedy that seats the audience around the dining table in the back room of an Indian-run convenience store. Now that her son is grown up, Mrs. Krishnan is thinking of selling the shop. It’s Onam, a time to celebrate life, death, and rebirth, and Mrs. Krishnan has to throw the party of her life. Over one joyous evening Mrs. Krishnan’s Party magically transforms strangers into friends through laughter, tears, good music, and great food.

Each night features 8 seats at Mrs. Krishnan’s table – in the center of the action.