Hallberg Butterfly Gardens, a nine-acre non-profit wildlife sanctuary in West County
is now OPEN for self-guided tours by appointment. Visit their website for more information and to book a reservation.
Here’s what’s happening now in Sonoma County!
There are lots of things to do this week, whether you’re venturing out or staying home.
Carpool Cinemas: Spaceballs
Wednesday, July 1, 7:45pm
Don’t wait to get tickets for this outdoor movie presented by Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, curated by Santa Rosa Cinemas, rated PG.
SRJC Dance Program Choreographer’s Showcase Online
Friday, July 3, 7-9pm; Saturday, July 4, 11am-1pm; and Sunday, July 5, 7-9pm
The annual Spring Dance Concert is SRJC Dance Program’s pride and joy, and our biggest fundraiser of the year. COVID-19 canceled the event. Enjoy this livestreamed dance concert – any donation will make an impact.
Sebastian Saint James
of the Highway Poets LIVE every Monday night in the Speakeasy square in Petaluma.
Peacetown Virtual Concert
Featuring Tommy Thomsen, Sinatra to Bob Wills, and Wendy DeWitt Boogie Woogie Queen. On YouTube.
AVFS Arthouse Series: “John Lewis: Good Trouble” explores Georgia representative’s 60-plus years of social activism. Online.
Can’t Hold Me Down by Sebastian Saint James
This video was created and tracked separately by musicians who had never played together before from their home studios while sheltering in place. Featuring: Emily V – Fiddle, Tru Lyric – Vocals, Shawna Herve – Vocals, Cory Herve – Vocals, Francesco Echo- Vocals / Synth, Adam Bernie – Organ / E. Piano, Taylor James – Bass, Josh Yenne – Pedal Steel, Ryan weiss – Guitar Solo, Eric Butterfield – Classical Guitar / Percussion, Chris Hoogewurff – sax, Dan Curry – Vocals. Written and Produced by Sebastian Saint James – Vocals / Guitar / Drums. Mixed by Nigel Wolovick, Mastered by Bill Palmer. Additional lyrics by Heather Gallagher.
The Dalí Universe
Cornerstone in Sonoma welcomes the Dalí Universe Exhibit into its new SBHG Gallery. Free admission. Visit anytime Friday though Sunday 11am-5pm through Aug. 23. Artisan Food and Beverage is available for purchase.
“Morning Glow” from PIPPIN – 2019 Summer Rep Company Virtual Choir
One month ago, the Summer Repertory Theatre 2019 Company decided to come together to perform a piece from last season in recognition of this summer’s cancelled season and as a message of hope to everybody impacted by the coronavirus crisis. In the weeks since we made this plan, the racial and structural inequalities in our country have once again made themselves glaringly obvious with the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrey, and Rayshard Brooks and demonstrations of police brutality and injustice across the country.