What’s Going On In Petaluma This Week? Through May 20th

Spring Book Sale – thru 5/21: Friends of Petaluma Library Book Sale General Sale Days, New books added daily through Friday See website for details & deal days. Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Dr.  707-763-9801.

  • Wednesday May 18   4:00-8:00 pm
  • Thursday May 19 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Friday May 20 10:00 am – 5:00 pmGodspell-Banner1

Petaluma Arts Association Open Studio“Godspell”thru 5/22: Performed by Cinnabar Young Repertory Theater, 333 Petaluma Blvd. North.  707-763-8920. www.cinnabartheater.org

3rd Annual Petaluma Open Studios – Sat., 10am: Fine artists open their studios to the public – various locations. 707-364-5838 www.petalumaarts.org

Petaluma Adobe Living History DayLiving History Day at the Adobe – Sat., 11am: Mexican California era comes to life at the Rancho headquarters.  Petaluma Adobe State Park, 3325 Adobe Rd. 707-762-4871.

Saturday Farmer’s Market in Walnut Park – Sat., 2-5pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products. Live entertainment & activities at 4th & D Streets. 415-999-5635.

PR_JuraMargulis_2Jura Margulis Concert – Sat., 8pm: Russian piano virtuoso performs at the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St. 707-778-4398.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park (end of Copeland Street). Sign up at the barn. For info call 769-0910.

Holy Jazz & BluesPetaluma Chorale Spring Jazz Concert – Tues., 7:30pm: Jazz and blues performance at the Petaluma Valley Baptist Church, 580 Sonoma Mtn. Pkwy. 812-369-5225 or email: cdeaconoff@alumni.iu.edu.

classic carsPetaluma Cinema Series – Wed., 7pm: J.J. Abrams 2015 film, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at SRJC Petaluma Campus, 680 Sonoma Mtn. Pkwy.

Classic Car Cruise-In – Thurs., 6-9pm: Show off your classic cars every Thursday evening. No judging, just enjoy the eye candy.  Fourth and Sea Fish and Chips, 101 4th St. 762-6424.

Also get ready for

11th Annual Petaluma Ca’s Salute to American Graffiti

Cruisin’ on the Boulevard

Click here or for the schedule of events.

11th Annual Salute to American Graffiti – Cruisin’ On The Boulevard

(Information from AmericanGraffiti.net)

American GraffitiThursday, May 19, 2016  – “Jump Start” Dinner, Location Cattleman’s Restaurant.  By Advanced Reservation Only.  Tickets are $45 per person. You may meet some of the stars and crew from the original production of the movie. To purchase tickets call (707) 762-3394.

Friday, May 20, 2016 – Free – Open to everyone – no registration required – American Graffiti Cruise-in & Kickoff Social:  4-8PM located at The Petaluma Plaza and Plaza North Shopping Centers, McDowell Blvd (One block American Graffiti-2north of Washington Street). – Dress up in your ole’ fashioned ’50’s duds and take your photo in a candy colored hot rod.  There will be cool cars and entertainment.

Saturday, May 21, 2016 – Free – 11th Annual Petaluma Ca’s Salute to American Graffiti Classic Car Show: 10AM-4PM ; American Graffiti Cruise & Festivities: 4PM – 8PM located in Downtown Petaluma (On the boulevard of course)

 

Here is a video from previous year’s event:

What’s Going On In Petaluma Ca This Week? Through April 29th

Petaluma Butter & Egg Days Parade Button Launch35th Annual Butter & Egg Days Parade & Festival – Sat, 10am-4pm: Cow Chip Toss at 10am; Cutest Lil’ Chick at 10:15am; Pre-parade entertainment at 11:15, Kids Parade at 11:30; Main Parade at Noon in historic downtown. 762-9348.

Print“Better Soil, Better Food…A Better World” – Sat., Noon: Presented at Tara Firma Farms. See website for details and ticket information.

30th Annual Spring Antique Faire – Sun., 8am-4pm: Over 160 dealers from across the US, there is something for everyone’s budget. Downtown on Fourth, Kentucky & Western Ave.

Petaluma Bounty Plant Sale – Sun., 9am-3pm: Annual plant sale fundraiser at Bounty Community Farm, 55 Shasta Ave.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park (end of Copeland Street). Sign up at the barn. For info call 769-0910.

wilmer_strout_psrr“The Fight over the Railroad in 1870 Petaluma” – Sun., 4pm: Talk by historian Skip Sommer at the Petaluma Museum, 20 4th St. 778-4398.

Petaluma-3-Market-Hi-ResEast-Side Farmers’ MarketTues., 10am-1:30pm: At Deer Creek Shopping Center, 501 N. McDowell Blvd. 415-999-5635.

Petaluma Cinema Series – Wed., 7pm: Lenny Abrahamson’s film, “Room” at SRJC Petaluma Campus, 680 Sonoma Mtn. Pkwy.

Classic Car Cruise-In – Thurs., 6-9pm: Show off your classic cars every Thursday evening. No judging, just enjoy the eye candy.  Fourth and Sea Fish and Chips, 101 4th St. 762-6424.

What’s Going On In Petaluma This Week? Through March 18

Women’s History Month Exhibit Reception – Fri., 6pm: Honoring Heroes of 2016 at the Petaluma Museum, 20 Fourth St. 707-778-4398.

Birds-Banner“The Birds” A Modern Adaption – Fri., 7:30pm: Cinnabar Young Repertory Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd., North. 707-763-8920.

Sonoma County Restaurant Week – thru March 13: Participating restaurants present fantastic food at fantastic prices. For participating Petaluma restaurants, visit: http://www.sonomacounty.com/restaurant-week

2016-Library-Show-poster-400x504Spring Art Show and Sale – thru Mar. 19: The Petaluma Arts Association Show & Sale at the Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Dr. www.petalumaarts.org

The Petaluma Food, Wine & Craft Beer Festival, Sat. 6-8:30pm: Held at the Veterans Memorial Building, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. North. For details & tickets information.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park, at the end of Copeland Street. Sign up at the barn. For info: 769-0910 or www.petalumasmallcraftcenter.org

East-Side Farmers’ MarketTues., 10am-1:30pm: Year-round! Deer Creek Shopping Center, 501 N. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635

West Coast Songwriters Competition, 7-9pm: Aqus Café,  189 H St. 766-8162. aquscafe.com

ThankYouForYourServPetaluma Cinema Series – Wed., 7pm: Tom Donahue’s film, “Thank You for Your Service” at SRJC Petaluma Campus, 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway.

pano shot for home pageClassic Car Cruise-In – Thurs., 6-9pm: Show off your classic cars every Thursday evening. No judging.  Fourth & Sea Fish and Chips, 101 4th St. 762-6424.

 

 Out of the Box Idea Lounge – Thurs.,6:30pm: Presented by the Petaluma Arts Center at Lagunitas, 1280 North McDowell Blvd. For info & tickets.

10th Annual Artisan Cheese Festival – March 18-20: Hosted by the Sheraton Petaluma, 745 Baywood Dr. For tickets.


What’s Going On In Petaluma This Week? Through February 26

“For the LOVE of Petaluma” Scavenger Hunt – thru Feb: Pick up a Passport at Flower Child Consignment or the Petaluma Visitors Center; Visit downtown shops to find the special image; Fill your passport & win prizes.

Friends of the Petaluma Library Book Sales – thru Feb. 27: In the Helen Putnam Community Room at the Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Dr. 763-9801.
Petaluma Arts Center Art Shapes the World Annual Youth Exhibition“5th Annual Youth Art Exhibit” Reception – Fri., 4-7pm: Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville St. 762-5600.

“Powerful Women Within” – Fri., 7pm: Benefiting Guided to Safety. St. John’s Episcopal Church, 5th & C Streets. Tickets bpt.me/2495817

Bad Dates“Bad Dates” Extended – thru Feb. 21: See website for details & tickets. Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. N. 763-8920. www.cinnabartheater.com

Hearth Tales: How Art Shaped My World – Sat., 7:30pm: Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville St. 762-5600.

How Art Shaped My World Petaluma Arts Center
Hearth Tales: How Art Shaped My World

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park, at the end of Copeland St. Sign up at the barn. For info: 769-0910

East-Side Farmers’ Market – Tues, 10am-1:30pm: Year-round! Deer Creek Shopping Center, 501 N. McDowell Blvd. 415-999-5635.

THEEB PETALUMA FILM ALLIANCE CINEMA SERIESPetaluma Cinema Series – Wed., 7pm: Naji Abu Nowar’s film, “Theeb.” Pre-film lecture at 6pm; Film at 7pm; Post-film discussion until 10pm; SRJC Petaluma campus, 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway. www.petalumafilmalliance.org

Cruisin Classic Car Cruise in PetalumaClassic Car Cruise-In – Thurs., 6-9pm: Show off your classic cars every Thursday evening. No judging. Fourth & Sea Fish and Chips, 101 4th St. 762-6424.

Butter & Egg Days Parade Float Workshop – Tues (2/23), 6-7:30pm: Make your float fabulous! Free. To sign-up contact the PDA at 762-9348

What’s Going On In Petaluma? Through February 19th

For the Love of Petaluma Scavenger Hunt“For the LOVE of Petaluma” Scavenger Hunt – thru Feb: Pick up a Passport at Flower Child Consignment or the Petaluma Visitors Center; Visit downtown shops to find the special image; Fill your passport & win prizes.

Azari & Keller Estate-17Valentine’s Day Brunch & Views – Sat, & Sun., 10am & Noon: Brunch paired with a flight of Keller wines. Keller Estate, 5874 Lakeville Hwy. 765-2177

Bad Dates
Jennifer King as Haley Walker in Bad Dates

 

 

 

Chinese New Year Celebration – Sat. 2pm: The Redwood Empire Chinese Association honors the Chinese New Year of the Monkey with a free performance, featuring traditional lion dance at G&G Supermarket, 701 Sonoma Mountain Pky.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center  – Steamer Landing Park, the end of Copeland St. Sign up at the barn. For info: 769-0910.

“Bad Dates” Valentine’s Performance – Sun., 2pm: See website for details & tickets. Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. N. 763-8920.

Valentine-Concert-Logo001-300x182Saint Valentine’s Day Classic Concert – Sun., 3pm: Featuring the works of Brahms, Liszt, Thompson & Dvorak. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398 .

 

 

To Rome With Love Michael Van Why, Sheri Mignano & Stephen Tamborski“To Rome with Love” – Sun., 6:30pm: Intimate night of Italian food & music, accompanied by a candle lit concert featuring Gypsy Kisses. Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd., North 763-8920.

East-Side Farmers’ MarketTues, 10am-1:30pm: Year-round! Deer Creek Shopping Center, 501 N. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635.

Me and Earl and the Dying GirlPetaluma Cinema Series – Wed., 7pm: “Me and Earl and The Dying Girl” directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. Pre-film lecture at 6pm; Film at 7pm; Post-film discussion until 10pm; Carole L. Ellis Auditorium, SRJC Petaluma campus, 680 Sonoma Mountain Cruisin Classic Car Cruise in PetalumaParkway.

Classic Car Cruise-In – Thurs., 6-9pm: Show off your classic cars every Thursday evening. No judging.  Fourth & Sea Fish and Chips, 101 4th St. 762-6424.

What’s Going On In Petaluma? Jan 30-Feb 5th

Julia Park Tracey Author Veronika Layne Series at Copperfields in Petaluma CaBay Area novelist at Copperfield’s – Fri., 7pm: Julia Park Tracey at Copperfield’s Books, 140 Kentucky St. 762-0563.

Pacific Empire Chorus Crab Feed – Sat. 5-9pm: held at the Veterans Memorial Hall, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. See website for more info & tickets.

LumaCon 2014-1 ResizeLumaCon Comic Convention – Sat., 10am: Comics, graphic novels, popular culture, fandom & more. Petaluma Community Center, 320 N. McDowell Blvd. 763-9801.

Post Holiday Blues at Sonoma Portworks – Sat. & Sun. 12-5pm: Discover the pleasure of pairing blue cheese and ARIS Petite Sirah Port. Sonoma Portworks, 613 Second St. 769-5203.

Pursui of Harmony Concert Michael Hunter Ochs Alaa AlshahamPursuit of Harmony Concert – Sat., 7pm: an intimate evening of song and conversation. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth Street. 778-4398.

Marti Gras Costume Ball & Carnival – Sat., 7pm: Hermann Sons Hall, 860 Western Ave. $25. 778-8066.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center at Steamer Landing Park, at the end of Copeland St. Sign up at barn. For info: 769-0910

East-Side Farmers’ Market Tues, 10am-1:30pm: Year-round! Deer Creek Shopping Center, 501 N. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635.

Cruisin Classic Car Cruise in PetalumaClassic Car Cruise-In – Thurs., 6-9pm: Show off your classic cars every Thursday evening. No judging.  Fourth & Sea Fish and Chips, 101 4th St. 762-6424.

“Bad Dates” – Fri. (2/5), 7pm: See website for details & tickets. Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. North. 763-8920.

The doRiaN Mode Concert – Fri. (2/5) 6:30pm: 4th Annual  Black History Month Jazz Concert at the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum. 778-4398.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THESE UPCOMING EVENTS YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS

What’s Going On In Petaluma? Through New Years Eve!

City of Lights French886Check out what’s happening in Petaluma including a listing of New Years Eve Events

City of Lights Driving Tour – through Dec. 29: Self-guided tour of festively decorated homes & businesses. Map available at www.visitpetaluma.com

The North Pole Connection – Fri., 4-8pm, Sat., 1-8pm,  Sun., 1-5pm: Santa Claus available for photos at the Lan Mart Building, 18 Kentucky St. www.lanmart-petaluma.com

Merry Dickens Strolling Carolers & Strolling Santa – Sat., 1-6:30pm: Petaluma Village Premium Outlets, 2200 Petaluma Blvd. North. 778-9300. www.premiumoutlets.com

Rhythms of December“Rhythms of December” – Sat., 3pm: Petaluma Chorale’s Holiday Concert at Petaluma Valley Baptist Church, 580 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy.

Christmas Card Team Thyme Time – Sun., 10am: Holiday Haiku at Artful Arrangements, 205 Orchard Lane, 664-8656. www.artfularrangements.org

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park. 769-0910  www.petalumasmallcraftcenter.org

Petaluma Farmer Market Photo By Gary Yost
Petaluma Farmer Market Photo By Gary Yost

Christmas Festival – Sun., 3pm: Petaluma United Methodist Church, 410 D St. Free, call for info: 762-9785.

“Christmas Gloria” Concert – Sun., 6:30pm: Adult, Children’s & Bell Choirs, Praise Band and instrumentalists at First Presbyterian Church, 939 B St. Call for info: 762-8269 . www.petalumafirst.com

East-Side Farmers’ MarketTues, 10am-1:30 pm: Year-round, rain or shine! Deer Creek Shopping Center (Friedman’s) 429 No. Brewmaster Dinner Christmas Craft BeerMcDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635. www.communityfarmersmarkets.com

Brewmaster Dinner with Anchor Brewing – Tues., 6pm:  Visit website for details. Bistro 100, 100 2nd St.  987-8228. www.bistro100petaluma.com

 

CLICK HERE OR PAGE 2 BELOW TO SEE UPCOMING NEW YEAR’S EVE EVENTS


What’s Going On In Petaluma This Week? Also Don’t Miss These Christmas Events!

chittychittybangbang2“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” – Nov. 20-Dec. 6: Performed by Cinnabar Theater Young Rep. Visit website for show  dates & times. 763-8920

Petaluma Holiday CrafterinoSmall Business Saturday – Sat. All Day: A day dedicated to shopping at local merchants.

Holiday Crafterino – Sat., 11am-4pm: $1 donation. Petaluma Veterans Memorial Hall, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. South. www.petalumadowntowncraftmart.com

Santa’s Riverboat Arrival – Sat., 11:30am: Entertainment starts at 11:30; Santa & Mrs. Claus arrive around noon by Tug, stays for photos until 1:30pm.  River Plaza Shopping Center on E. Washington St.

horse&carriage2The North Pole Connection – Sat. 2:30-7pm & Sun. 1-4pm: Santa Claus available for photos at the Lan Mart Building, 18 Kentucky St.

Holiday Table Centerpiece Workshop – Sat., 10am: Advance registration 664-8656 or Artful Arrangements, 205 Orchard Lane.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park. 769-0910  www.petalumasmallcraftcenter.org

navarro trioSunrise Holiday Craft Fair – Sun., 10am-6pm: Delightful holiday craft items & more. Sunrise Senior Living, 815 Wood Sorrell Dr. www.sunriseseniorliving.com

Navarro Trio Concert – Sun., 3pm: Performing Beethoven & Arensky at the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum 20 4th St. 778-4398. www.petalumamuseum.com

Light up the park PetalumaEast-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30 pm: Year-round, rain or shine! Deer Creek Shopping Center (Friedman’s) 429 No. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635.

West Side Stories – Wed. 7:30pm: At Sonoma Porkworks, 613 2nd St. $5. 477-4416 www.westsidestoriespetaluma.com

Hospice “Light up a Life” Tree Lighting Ceremony – Fri., 7pm: Annual community celebration at Center Park, off Petaluma Blvd. www.hospicelightupalife.org

 

CLICK HERE OR PAGE 2 BELOW TO SEE A LIST OF CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY EVENTS IN NOVEMBER

What’s Going On This Week In #Petaluma? +Events Through December

Petaluma Arts Association Holiday Craft SaleAutumn Book Sale – Nov. 13-21: See website for daily specials at Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Dr. 763-9801

Spirit of Christmas Craft Faire – Sat. 10-5; Sun. 11-3: First Presbyterian Church, 939 B St. 762-8269

Saturday Farmer’s Market – Sat., 2-5pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce & local products in Walnut Park.  415-999-5635.

Deck The Walls Gallery One“Deck the Walls with Red” Opening Reception – Sat. 5-8pm: Annual Holiday Show at Gallery One, 209 Western Ave. 778-8277.

Author Meet & Greet – Sat., 7pm: Poet Kay Ryan of “Erratic Facts” at Copperfield’s Books, 140 Kentucky St.

Boating at the Barn – Sun., 10am-1pm: Free kayak and row boat rides at the River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park. 769-0910

Hillside Church Women's Ministries Holiday BoutiqueHoliday Arts & Crafts Show – Sun., 11am-5pm: Hosted by Petaluma Arts Association benefiting Mentor Me. Free. Cavanaugh Center, G & 8th St. 773-1546. www.petalumaarts.org

East-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30 pm: Year-round, rain or shine! Deer Creek Shopping Center (Friedman’s) 429 No. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635. www.communityfarmersmarkets.com.

Bistro 100 LogoWinemaker Dinner with Orpheus Winery – Tues. 6:30pm:  Five course pairing at Bistro 100, 140 2nd St. 981-8228.

Women’s Ministries Craft Boutique – Fri., 5-9pm; Sat. 9-3: Free. Petaluma Hillside Church, 2689 Old Adobe Rd. 763-0977 www.petalumahillsidechurch.com

CLICK HERE OR PAGE 2 BELOW TO SEE SPECIAL EXHIBITS IN PETALUMA