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Mar
24
Sat
Join Moshin Vineyards and Support the Arts! @ Moshin Vineyard
Mar 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Greetings from Moshin Vineyards
You are invited to join us in the tasting room to support the arts!

Monday March 19th 6-7:30pm


Join us Monday evening to welcome our Writer in Residence, Rick Bailey.
Rick grew up in Freeland, Michigan, on the banks of the Tittabawassee River.
A Midwesterner long married to an Italian immigrant, he has learned the language and food of
Italy. University of Nebraska Press published his memoir in essays, American English, Italian Chocolate. And he is currently preparing
a second collection of essays, tentatively titled When the Wine God Speaks. http://rick-bailey.com/

Saturday March 24 5:30-7pm

  Join us Saturday evening as we welcome Valerie Powell and her latest works in oil and acrylic on canvas and paper.
Her works range from the soothing abstract, to beautiful landscapes and local character’s. Valerie has called Sonoma County her home for over 30 years.

We look forward to seeing you here!
Cheers, Julia

Moshin Vineyards is located at 10295 Westside Rd, 10 miles southwest of Healdsburg.
707 433-5499
www.moshinvineyards.com
www.moshinvineyards.com/events

Mar
31
Sat
Exploring the Intertidal Zone Field Seminar @ Shell Beach parking lot
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

photo by Evan Severe

Exploring the Intertidal Zone Field Seminar

Join a lively session of tidepool exploration. Dress in layers and bring water-friendly shoes. This seminar is geared toward adults, but children over 7 years are welcome with parental supervision.

Instructor(s): Karl Menard (Aquatic Resources Manager at UC Davis Bodega Marine Lab)

Fee: $16 Stewards members, $20 regular

Meets: Saturday, May 19, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM, Shell Beach

Register: www.stewardscr.org/events/exploring-the-intertidal-zone-field-seminar

 

Apr
2
Mon
Sonoma Mendocino Coast Whale & Jazz Festival @ Sonoma Mendocino Coast Whale & Jazz Festival
Apr 2 @ 12:00 pm – May 12 @ 10:00 pm

Gualala Arts presents

15th Anniversary Sonoma Mendocino Coast Whale & Jazz Festival


Presented by Gualala Arts and taking place during the Smithsonian Institute’s Jazz Appreciation Month of April, this highly regarded festival captures inspired, original jazz art work, whale education, jazz films, poetry and jazz, an annual Chowder Challenge and tasting and live music in atmospheric and beautiful settings, conducive to a special coastal experience. The venues include wineries and restaurants, inns from Timber Cove to Point Arena, a wine bar, casino, the classically restored Arena Theater and the Gualala Arts Center nestled in the coastal redwoods.

Entertainment, inspiration and education, the uplifting goals of this Festival, are epitomized by outreach to local students through school presentations. These have included both whale and jazz oriented programs tailored to encourage youthful enthusiasm for both.

Jazz as defined by indigenous and spontaneous melodic and rhythmic improvisation is indeed a vital, essential and hugely significant cultural art form, and is unique to the American heritage, as evidenced by the recent gala opening of the prestigious SF Jazz Center. All styles of this musical expression are presented at this Festival.

We are honored by your attendance, as the Festival’s life force is dependent upon spirited support and appreciation. We love and welcome your interest and participation!

Fred Adler, Festival Music Coordinator
Sonoma ~ Mendocino Coast Whale & Jazz Festival Committee:
David “Sus” Susalla, Fred Adler, Angel Jan Harris

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