Things to do in Sonoma County

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Find things to do in Sonoma County! Here’s what’s happening now!

Dear Sonoma County friends,

Events through April have been canceled or postponed.

Our calendar is on hiatus for the time being while we’re staying home to slow the growth of this invisible threat.

In the meantime, we’ll continue to provide you with entertainment, here and on our Facebook page, as we showcase local performers, venues, and organizations.

Take care, Sonoma County. We can do this.  ❤️

festival canopy

We can’t attend live events for awhile,

but we’ve got virtual

Sonoma County entertainment here!

Watch online performances featuring some of your favorite local artists!

Remembering the fun we had…

Looking forward to the return of the Peacetown summer concert series with Sebastopol’s Mr. Music, Jim Corbett!

Museums, art, nature, and more in Sonoma County!

Museum of Sonoma County:
“Landscape: Awe to Activism” exhibit

From 19th century California artists inspired by nature, to contemporary artists who have embraced new technologies to address climate change and other important issues, the artist’s relationship to landscape has evolved. Landscape: Awe to Activism explores this relationship through diverse artworks including painting, photography, and video.
Click here for an online guided tour of the exhibit.
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Visit the Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue

Take a wild moment within your Covid confinement and enjoy a live-stream session featuring an orphaned North American Beaver with veterinarian Dr. Dan Famini! (Keep watching… There are baby opossums too!)

Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue is dedicated to: the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife; and the promotion, understanding, appreciation, protection and conservation of wildlife through both our Educational Outreach Programs and our advocacy efforts.
Beaver at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue

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Trader Joes

Food News

How to get groceries
The Press Democrat has the latest on which stores are offering pickup and delivery, and seniors-only hours.

Expect changes at grocery stores and restaurants
We’ll see tape marking boundaries on floors and sidewalks, wait for our turn to enter, leave our mugs at home, and more.

Eat healthy and support local farmers
through FEED Sonoma! Get fresh, healthy, locally-grown, organically-grown food delivered to your home or pick it up at any of multiple locations.