The Week in Sonoma County: Jan. 25-Feb. 1
Choose your favorite chowder, honor a heritage oak, buy art for a cause, trade blood for chili and other ways to entertain yourself this week.
SRJC classes cater to seniors
Older Adults Program offers creative arts, discussion, groups, fitness and now acting for Boomers.
Jimmie Lewis’s ‘Holy Relationship’
Sonoma author shares the path he and wife Barbara traveled to achieve genuine intimacy.
This Week in Sonoma County: Jan. 18-25
Girls and comics, MLK opportunities, rose pruning, healing center tour join the weekly range of music, art and performance listings.
The Week in Sonoma County: Jan. 11-18
Crab feeds, Lifelong Learning classes, guided nature walks, comedy, music, plays and Girl Talk are on the menu this week.
Kenwood Kings meet Globetrotters
Exhibition basketball team swoops in to entertain at SRJC, leaving photos in its wake.
North Coast Crab Feeds
It’s crab season along the North Coast, fueling a bevy of fundraising, all-you-can-eat dinners.
What’s in the cards for Sonoma County
Tarot reader shares insights for the new year: Out-of-balance leaders, people without a voice
Bucket Lists: Family; home; travel; connections
Select North Coast group share 2014 goals and aspirations that brought meaningful journeys and simple pleasures.
The Week in Sonoma County: Jan. 4-11
Crab feed season begins, along with comedy nights, live music, train and quilt exhibits, A Taste of Italy and Super Bingo with the Sisters.
How Hood Mountain got its name
Scottish settler William Hood and his wife, Eliza, left their name on the Sonoma Valley peak near Oakmont. It’s part of Hood Mountain Regional Park.
The Week in Sonoma County: Dec. 28-Jan. 4
Take a hike, listen to some music, soak in some culture or spend New Year’s Eve on the town.
Sonoma County celebrates New Year’s Eve
Ring in the new year with food, music and dancing in venues from Cloverdale to Windsor.
The Week in Sonoma County: Dec. 21-28
A sleigh full of holiday events, as well as live music, art exhibits and a few kids’ activities.
How Lakeville got its name
Petaluma River town was named for Tolay Lake in days when Sonoma County was ‘Land o’ Lakes.’
Where to find a Sonoma County tree farm
Locally grown Christmas trees are easy to find on farms throughout the county.
Got lights? Here’s how to show them off
If you’ve got a holiday display worth sharing, add it to our Holiday Lights Map.
The Week in Sonoma County: Dec. 14-21
Share some Stone Soup, watch a movie, see a play or visit the Christmas Train Show.
Celebrate the season in Sonoma County
Town-by-town listings reflect the unique ways each of the communities observes the holidays.