Holiday home tour and artisan boutique
Homes will be dolled up in their festive best Dec. 8, for the Sebastopol Holiday Home Tour. Highlights include a multi-themed home with a Harry Potter dining room, a renovated apple ranch decorated with antiques, a country cottage filled with faith-based sayings and art and a mid-century home boasting automobile collectibles that has been home to multiple generations of the Pellini family, who, for decades, had a local Chevy dealership. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $35, $10 for children. In conjunction with the tour, the sponsoring Pleasant Hill Christian School is hosting an Artisan Boutique on both Saturday and Sunday throughout the tour. If you buy tickets just before the event, you will have to pick them up the day of the tour at the school, 1782 Pleasant Hill Road, the site of the Artisan Boutique. Sebastopolholidayhometour@gmail.com; 707-829-1729.
Trunk show at Cornerstone
If you’re on the prowl for holiday gifts Dec. 8, stop in at Cornerstone Sonoma to see the Nomad Chic Trunk Show. The event will feature San Francisco designer Allie & Me. Bracelets are made with materials from around the world. Allie & Me gives a portion of the proceeds to various charities. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Cornerstone, Sunset Gardens and Marketplace, 23570 Arnold Drive, Sonoma, cornerstonesonoma.com, 707-933-3010.
Light up your holiday florals
Learn how to make simple holiday floral arrangements using lights during the Dec. 10 meeting of the Petaluma Garden Club.
Club members Cheryl Feuerborn and Susan Coolidge, who also are flower show judges and Santa Rosa Flower Arrangers Guild members, will lead the class.
The meeting is open to the public, and includes coffee and snacks. The club meets at the Petaluma Veterans Memorial Building, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. S. Registration is at 9:30 a.m.
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