Friday, April 18

<strong>World's Biggest Comedy Duo</strong>: The improv comedy group is taking over Chrome Lotus all night long for a recorded show of hilarious antics and shenanigans. Come be a part of history as they perform off the cuff with a barrage of comedy. Joining the group that night will be several special guest comedians including Jefferson Mars, Mike Olson, Steven Thomas, and Chris Ferdinandson. There will also be a special burlesque dance performance by Cassandra Lynn Hampl. A DJ'd dance will follow the show. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., with the show starting at 8 p.m. Admission is $10. Chrome Lotus is located at 501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. <a href="http://chromelotussr.com" target="_blank">chromelotussr.com</a>

Friday, April 18

<strong>Mother/Daughter Bookclub</strong>: Every third Friday, girls aged 10-13 meet at the Sebastopol Regional Library with their moms to discuss the latest book they're reading. This month it's "Esperanza Rising," by Pam Munoz. If you haven't read the book, be sure to check with the service desk for next month's title. Meeting time is 4-5 p.m. The library is located at 7140 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.sonomalibrary.org/Sebastopol" target="_blank">www.sonomalibrary.org/Sebastopol</a>.

Friday, April 18

<strong>Shook Twins:</strong> The indie folk-rockers from Portland, Ore., are out riding high on their latest studio album, 'What We Do,' produced by Grammy-winnner Ryan Hadlock. Their tour brings them to the Hopmonk Tavern in Sebastopol at 9 p.m. $10-$12. 230 Petaluma Ave. 829-7300, <a href="http://hopmonk.com" target="_blank">hopmonk.com</a>.

April 18-22

<strong>'Vineyard Walks':</strong> Start from the Hess Collection Visitor Center in Napa, for a tour of the Monte La Salle vineyard, redwood grove and the winery's world class art collection, beginning at 11:30 a.m. daily Friday through Tuesday. $30. Optional gourmet picnic lunch. 4411 Redwood Road. 255-8584.

April 19-20

<strong>Top Gun Weekend:</strong> The Pacific Coast Air Museum will be showcasing three planes from the U.S. Navy's TOPGUN training school, including the F-14 Tomcat that was used in the movie "Top Gun." The other featured planes are the F-16 Viper and the F-5 Tiger. All of these historic planes will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a rare chance to climb aboard and sit in the cockpit. Admission is $5-$10, or free for active or retired military members with ID. The museum is located at 1 Air Museum Way, Santa Rosa. Visit <a href="http://pacificcoastairmuseum.org" target="_blank">pacificcoastairmuseum.org</a> for more information.

Saturday, April 19

<strong>Earth Day in Santa Rosa:</strong> The actual Earth Day isn't until Tuesday, but downtown Santa Rosa is starting the festivities early. On Saturday, Courthouse Square will be teeming with booths, activities, food, music and more, all in the name of inspiring environment awareness and promoting earth-friendly practices. The free event is from 12-4 p.m. For more information, visit <a href="http://srcity.org/departments/utilities/Projects/Pages/EarthDay.aspx" target="_blank">srcity.org</a>

Saturday, April 19

<strong>Easter Egg Hunt:</strong> The sold-out Easter Egg Hunt and Spring Celebration at the Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville will give 500 children, ages 12 and younger, the chance to hunt for eggs containing prizes at 10 a.m. Saturday. 857-1438, <a href="http://francisfordcoppolawinery.com" target="_blank">francisfordcoppolawinery.com</a>.

Sunday, April 20

<strong>Cyril Neville:</strong> One of the famed Neville Brothers of New Orleans brings his own act Sunday to Petaluma's Mystic Theatre, with the Pulsators opening at 8:30 p.m. 23 Petaluma Blvd. N. $18-$21. 765-2121, <a href="http://mystictheatre.com" target="_blank">mystictheatre.com</a>.

Sunday, April 20

<strong>Easter Egg Express:</strong> The Skunk Train pulls out of Fort Bragg at 10 a.m. Sunday for a round trip to Northspur, where passengers will step out for an egg hunt, brunch and even a visit from the Easter bunny. $74, adults; $44, children. Only a few spots left. 964-6371, <a href="http://skunktrain.com" target="_blank">skunktrain.com</a>.

April 20 -amp; 22

<strong>'The Tempest':</strong> Christopher Plummer stars in Shakepeares's masterpiece in a performance recorded live at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada, and will be broadcast to the bigscreen at Summerfield Cinemas, 1 p.m. Sunday and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. 551 Summerfield Road, Santa Rosa. $14-$18. 522-0719, <a href="http://summerfieldcinemas.com" target="_blank">summerfieldcinemas.com</a>.

Monday, April 21

<strong>'Life of Brian':</strong> Bergamot Alley's 'Monday Movie Night' series presents Monty Python's 1979 satire about about a hapless fellow born on the original Christmas, in the stable next door, who spends his life being mistaken for a messiah. 9 p.m. Monday. Free. 328 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. 433-8720, <a href="http://bergamotalley.com" target="_blank">bergamotalley.com</a>.

Tuesday, April 22

<strong>Hannah Kent:</strong> Copperfield's Books' 'Debut Brews' series features new fiction writers in casual conversation with the audience at the HopMonk Tavern's beer garden in

Sebastopol. Meet the author of 'Burial Rites' at 6 p.m. Tuesday. 230 Petaluma Ave. 829-7300, <a href="http://hopmonk.com" target="_blank">hopmonk.com</a>.

Wednesday, April 23

<strong>Frances Mayes:</strong> The author of 'Under the Tuscan Sun' talks about her new book, 'Under Magnolia: A Southern Memoir,' at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Book Passage, 51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera. 415-927-0960, <a href="http://bookpassage.com" target="_blank">bookpassage.com</a>.

Wednesday, April 23

<strong>Los Lonely Boys:</strong> Fresh form releasing their new album, 'Revelation,' co-written with Radney Foster and others, the Tex-Mex rockers perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Uptown Theatre, 1350 Third St., Napa. $45-$55. 259-0123, <a href="http://uptowntheatrenapa.com" target="_blank">uptowntheatrenapa.com</a>.

Thursday, April 24

<strong>Charlie Schlangen:</strong> The operatic baritone teams up with soprano Susan Witt-Butler to sing at 6 p.m. April 24 in the wine caves at Deerfield Ranch Winery, 10200 Highway 12, Kenwood. $50. 292-9687, <a href="http://srsymphonyleague.com" target="_blank">srsymphonyleague.com</a>.

Friday, April 25

<strong>Pennywise:</strong> The Phoenix Theater in Petaluma presents the Los Angeles punk rockers in an all-ages show that opens at 8 p.m. April 25 with the Teenage Bottlerocket

quartet from Wyoming. $20-$22.50. 201 Washington St. 762-3565, <a href="http://thephoenixtheater.com" target="_blank">thephoenixtheater.com</a>.

April 25-May 11

<strong>'Noises Off':</strong> The Raven Players present this longtime audience favorite, a fast-paced farce about a zany theater troupe, opening at 8 p.m. April 25 at the Raven Theater, 115 North St., Healdsburg. $20-$25. Closes May 11. 433-6335, <a href="http://raventheater.org" target="_blank">raventheater.org</a>.

Saturday, April 26

<strong>Butter -amp; Egg Days:</strong> The high point of Petaluma's 33rd annual celebration is the downtown parade starting at noon April 26 from Fourth and D Streets. The all-day festival runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with arts, crafts, food, drink and fun for kids. Free. 762-9348, <a href="http://petalumadowntown.com" target="_blank">petalumadowntown.com</a>.

April 26-27

<strong>Passport to Dry Creek Valley:</strong> For the 26th year, more than 50 participating wineries in the Dry Creek Valley offer the best of Sonoma County wine and food, plus live music and vineyard tours at many of the sites. 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. April 26-27. $120 for a two-day pass. 433-3031, <a href="http://wdcv.com." target="_blank">wdcv.com.</a>

April 26-27

<strong>April in Carneros:</strong> Enjoy the annual two-day celebration of the special appellation that bridges Sonoma and Napa counties. Nearly 20 participating wineries will offer food and wine pairings, wine tastings and live entertainment from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 26-27. $45. <a href="http://carneroswineries.org" target="_blank">carneroswineries.org</a>, 800-909-4352.

Sunday, April 27

<strong>Hillary Hahn:</strong> At 33, the violin virtuoso already has won two Grammy Awards. She was named 'America's Best Young Classical Musician' by Time magazine in 2011. She'll be making her Weill Hall debut at 3 p.m. April 27 at the Green Music Center, Sonoma State University. $40-$85. 866-955-6040, <a href="http://gmc.sonoma.edu" target="_blank">gmc.sonoma.edu</a>.

Through April 27

<strong>'Lost -amp; Found':</strong> Bay Area artists Elisheva Biernoff and Floris Sch?feld explore found objects and lost histories through April 27 at the Gate Househouse Gallery at di Rosa, 5200 Carneros Highway 121, Napa. Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. 226-5591, <a href="http://dirosaart.org" target="_blank">dirosaart.org</a>.