Things to do in Sonoma County

Lonesome Ace StringbandArchetypes at Green Music CenterMomotombo bandAgnes Varda filmBuddy Holly Story 6th Street PlayhouseRobert Ferguson ObservatoryHeisenberg at Left Edge TheatreSanta Rosa Symphony"The Wolves" at Raven Theater

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Hey, Sonoma County, this week’s got some great music (Lonesome Ace Stringband, JOOSE, Momotombo SF w/Jorge Santana, Gypsy Jazz, Santa Rosa Symphony Family Concert.) theater (“Buddy Holly”, “Enchanted April”, “The Wolves”) comedy, the Family Snow Days, and more! Find these events and more on our calendar!


Lonesome Ace Stringband

Wed, Jan. 22, 7:30pm
Lonesome Ace Stringband
Accomplished old- time musicians. Santa Rosa.

Film Varda by Agnès

Fri & Sun, Jan. 24 & 26
Free film: Varda by Agnès  A playful look of the director’s brilliant career. Rohnert Park.

Enchanted April Sonoma

Opens Fri, Jan. 24
“Enchanted April”  Based on Elizabeth Von Arnim’s beloved novel of the 1920s. Sonoma.


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Salamander hike

Sat, Jan. 25, 10am
Winter Treasures hike
Salamanders, Lichen, Mosses, and A Waterfall. Kenwood.

Brian Copeland – The Waiting Period

Sat, Jan. 25, 7:30pm
Brian Copeland – The Waiting Period  Award-winning play at Cloverdale Performing Arts Center.

Highway Poets

Sat, Jan. 25, 9pm
The Highway Poets
Rock Soul Americana at The Elephant in the Room. Healdsburg.

Womens Suffrage Sonoma CountyWomens Suffrage Sonoma CountyWomens Suffrage Sonoma CountyWomen's March Sonoma County

-The Year of the Woman in Sonoma County-

With a focus on the stories of over a century of groundbreaking women in Sonoma County and the North Bay, “From Suffrage to #MeToo” at the Museum of Sonoma County explores the changing expectations, challenges, and obstacles to inclusion that women have faced and the remarkable people who have broken through the barriers.

And mark your calendar for the “The 19th Amendment” art exhibit at Santa Rosa Arts Center, Feb, 7 – Mar. 27.