What’s Going On In Petaluma This Week? Through Sept 11th

City of Angels Photo By Eric Chazankin“City of Angels” – Sept.4-20: Presented by Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd., North. For tickets call 763-8920.

Dog ShowRedwood Empire Kennel Club Annual Dog Show – Sat.  & Sun., 10am: All-American Kennel Club recognized breeds dog show at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds, 175 Fairgrounds Dr.

Petalumans-of-Yesteryear-300x155Historic Downtown Walking Tour – Sat. 10:30am: Costumed docents stroll you through historic downtown. Donations welcome. Free. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St.  778-4398.

Azari & Keller Estate-17Brunch Tasting at Keller Estate – Sat. & Sun., 11am & Noon: 5875 Lakeville Highway, 765-2117. See website for details:

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

Petaluma Trestle and River FrontPetaluma Trolley Living History Railway Museum – Sat., 12-3pm: Tour the trolley barn and rail yard at 110 Baylis St.

“Two Women & A Stage” – Sat & Sun., 7:30pm: Two solo shows featuring Lauren Bell and Christina Ingenito at Clear Heart Gallery, 90 Jessie Lane.

10th-annual-petaluma-river-marathonhalf-marathon-2013Annual Petaluma River Marathon & ½ Marathon – Sun, 7:45am: Hosted by North Bay Rowing Club. 625 2nd 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.

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

Freedom Day USA – Thurs., All-day: Businesses from across the USA bring our Active Military and their immediate family, and our Veterans the Nation’s biggest thank you appreciation event! Click here to see a list of Petaluma businesses that are participating.

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What’s Going On This Week In #Petaluma? July 11th through July 17th

2014 Petaluma Art & Garden Festival-22Don’t miss the 14th Annual Art & Garden Festival Sun., 11am – 5pm: Kentucky & 4th Streets. Over 100 booths with unique items, local, food wine & craft beer tasting, great music on two stages, lots of kids activities. Check out our post covering last year: 2014 #Petaluma Art & Garden Festival A Great Success.

Articulate FormsArticulate FormsClosing Reception Saturday 6-10pm at Griffin Maps Designs Closing out a great group show of local artists with a Sculptural theme. Enjoy snacks & drinks while checking out metal, wood, mixed materials, lighting artwork as well as cast jewelry.  405 East D Street Suites D&F

Historic Downtown Walking Tour – Sat. 10:30am: Costumed docents stroll you through historic downtown. Donations welcome. Free. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St. www.petalumamuseum.com 778-4398.

Photo by BETH SCHLANKER/ The Press Democrat
Photo by BETH SCHLANKER/ The Press Democrat

Saturday Farmer’s Market in Walnut Park – Sat., 2-5:30 pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products. Live entertainment & activities in Walnut Park.  415-999-5635.

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

max_image_7122East-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30 pm: Year-round, rain or shine! New Location: Deer Creek Shopping Center (Friedman’s) 429 No. McDowell.  415-999-5635.

Wednesday Evening Farmers Market – Wed., 4:30-8 pm:  Two blocks of vendors, music & fun in Theatre District.  Second, B & C Streets.

Petaluma welcomes the “Flame of Hope” – Mon., 2-5pm: The official torch for the Special Olympics will be carried through Petaluma with a ceremony at Walnut Park at 5:30pm.

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What’s Going On In Petaluma This Week? July 3rd through July 10th

Petaluma City Proclomation of Annual Bell RingingFourth of July Breakfast – Sat., 8am-Noon:  At the Veterans Memorial Building, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. South.  $6 Adults;  $5 kids & under. 773-3610.

Annual Bell-Ringing Ceremony– Sat. 10:30 am: A Petaluma tradition with the Boy Scouts Color Guard, Mayor’s Proclamation and the history of the bell. Stay for cookies & lemonade in the garden court. Petaluma Historical Museum, 20 Fourth St.  778-4398.

Penngrove’s “Biggest Little Parade” Sun., 11am: Parade, Barbeque and pancake breakfast. For more info: 795-6011.

Photo by Beth Schlanker, Press Democrat
Photo by Beth Schlanker, Press Democrat

Saturday Farmer’s Market in Walnut Park – Sat., 2-5:30 pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products. Live entertainment & activities in Walnut Park. . 415-999-5635.

Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration – Sat., 5pm-10ish: Includes live music, food, beer, wine, games & lots of activities for kids. Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds, 175 Fairgrounds Dr. Call 824-8717 for details.

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

Abigail MarkwynEast-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30 pm: Year-round, rain or shine! New Location: Deer Creek Shopping Center (Friedman’s) 429 No. McDowell.  415-999-5635.

Wednesday Evening Farmers Market – Wed., 4:30-8 pm:  Two blocks of vendors, music & fun in Theatre District.  Second, B & C Streets.

Lecture by Abigail M. Markwyn – Fri. (7/10), 7:30pm: Author of “Empress San Francisco: The Pacific Rim, the Great West and California at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.” Petaluma Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398.

What’s Going On In #Petaluma This Week? June 27th through July 3rd

Tanya-Tucker-265x265Sonoma-Marin Fair –Saturday is Farmer’s Day at the Sonoma-Marin Fair WEEKEND SCHEDULE: Featuring animal exhibits, games, carnival rides, (Stay tuned for the results of the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest held last night – Already we have searches on our site this morning for the winner of last year in our post Video: #Petaluma’s Ugliest Dog Gets Makeover on Jimmy Kimmel Show), Don’t miss the carnage that is always delivered at the Petaluma Speedway’s Destruction Derby on Sunday (6/28 1:00PM) and other events.

PofY - CemeteryCinnabar Theater presents the opera “Falstaff” – runs through 28: Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. North. For information and show schedules, call 763-8920.

Historic Downtown Walking Tours – Sat. 10:30 am: Donations welcome. Free. Petaluma Historical Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398.

 

534024-250Ribs for Kids Cook-off – Sat., Noon: You be the judge who is the best! $20 gets you in the door and includes your rib tastings. Mario & Johns Tavern, 428 D St. 753-1069

John-Martini
John Martini, Author History of the Golden Gate’s Fortifications

Sea Coast Fortification Presentation – Sat., 2:30 pm: John Martini, History of the Golden Gate’s Fortifications.  Petaluma Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398

Saturday Farmer’s Market in Walnut Park – Sat., 2-5:30 pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products. Live entertainment & activities in Walnut Park. 415-999-5635.

Wings of Glory Concert – Sat., 7pm: Hosted by First Presbyterian Church, 939 B St. Free, but $10 suggested donation. For info call 763-9484.

Frederik-PennBuffalo Soldiers Presentation – Sun., 2:30 pm: Ranger Frederik Penn to discuss the legend and legacy.         Petaluma Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398.

Petaluma East Side Farmers marketEast-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30 pm: Year-round, rain or shine! New Location as of 6/30: Deer Creek Shopping Center (Friedman’s) 429 No. McDowell.  415-999-5635.

Wednesday Evening Farmers Market – Wed., 4:30-8 pm:  Two blocks of vendors, music & fun in Theatre District.  Second, B & C Streets.

It’s Farmer’s Day at the Sonoma-Marin Fair WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Also see our post published today What’s Going On In #Petaluma This Week? June 27th through July 3rd

NOON        FAIR OPENS

  • SM-Funnel-Cake-Eating-265x19912:00-4:00  Farmers Day Events, Horse Arena
  • 1:00  Chef Demonstration, Loren Ho, Bellyfull Dinners, Culinary Pavilion
  • 1:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 1:30  Diaper Derby, Kiwanis Stage
  • 2:00-7:00  Quilt and Handwork Demo, Petaluma Quilt Guild, Herzog Hall
  • 2:30  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 2:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 2:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 3:00-9:00  Wine Tasting, Gardens
  • 3:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 3:30  Chef Demonstration, Francesco Torre, Canneti Roadhouse Italiana, Culinary Pavilion
  • 3:30-5:00  Make & Go Projects, Community Building
  • 4:00  Milking Demonstration, Milk Barn
  • 4:00  Ballet Folklorico Netzahualcoyotl, Kiwanis Stage
  • North_Gate_Grand_Opening16-300x2004:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 4:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 5:00  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 5:00-9:00  North of the Gate Award Winning Wineries Pour! Gardens
  • 5:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 6:00  Rockin Down the Hiway, Kiwanis Stage
  • 6:00  Chef Demonstration, Chef Annie Simmons, Topsy’s Kitchen, Culinary Pavilion
  • 6:00  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 7:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 7:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
TANYA TUCKER©2009 photograph by Alan Messer [www.alanmesser.com]

8:00            Tanya Tucker, Petaluma Stage

  • Owen-Clark82959:00  Rockin’ Down the Hiway, Kiwanis Stage
  • 10:00  Admission Gates Close
  • 10:30 Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 12:00  Fair Closes Until Tomorrow

LIVESTOCK SHOWS:

  • 10:00  Classic Market Goat Show, Sheep Ring
  • 1:00  Poultry Judging Contest, Poultry Palace
  • 5:00  4-H & FFA Large Animal Round Robins, Livestock Area

Also everyday at the the fair you will find

  • petting zoo (25)Sadie the Balloon Lady
  • Buck Trout’s Puppet Truck
  • Hilby – Skinny German Juggling Boy
  • Great American Petting Zoo
  • AgVentureland
  • Solar Express Train Rides
  • Safari Adventure Exotic Animals, Beverly C. Wilson Building

 

Here is the full 2015 Sonoma Marin Schedule.
Schedule, photos and schedule are from the Sonoma-Marin Fair website.
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Who Will Be This Year’s World’s Ugliest Dog? at the Sonoma-Marin Fair FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015

It’s Ag Day at the Sonoma-Marin Fair.

Here is today’s schedule and headliners

NOON        FAIR OPENS

  • tractorpull12:00-8:00 Dog-Lover’s Festival, Kiwanis Stage
  • 1:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 2:00-7:00  Quilt and Handwork Demo, Petaluma Quilt Guild, Herzog Hall
  • 2:00  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 2:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 2:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 3:00  Chef Demonstration, Phil Delahoyd, Extreme Food & Bev., Culinary Pavilion
  • 3:00-5:00  Make & Go Projects, Community Building
  • 3:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 4:00  Meet & Greet with Bob and Sheri, Hosts, World’s Ugliest Dog® Contest,Kiwanis Stage
  • 4:00  Milking Demonstration, Milk Barn
  • 4:30  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 4:30  Vet Check for Contestants, Kiwanis Stage
  • 4:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 4:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 5:00-9:00  North of the Gate Award Winning Wineries Pour! Gardens
  • Worlds Ugliest Dog Contest Red Carpet Walk5:00-9:00  Wine Tasting, Gardens
  • 5:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 5:30  Red Carpet Walk, World’s Ugliest Dog ® Contest, Kiwanis Stage
  • 6:00  World’s Ugliest Dog ® Contest, Kiwanis Stage
  • 6:00  Chef Demonstration, Herlinda Heras, Brew HaHa, Culinary Pavilion
  • 6:00  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 7:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
Rodney Atkins

8:00            Rodney Atkins, Petaluma Stage

  • 8:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 10:00  Admission Gates Close
  • 10:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 12:00  Fair Closes Until Tomorrow

fair10sheepshow1LIVESTOCK SHOWS:

  • 8:00  Rabbit Showmanship, Rabbit Barn
  • 8:30  Sheep Show, Sheep Ring
  • 9:00  Holstein Dairy Show, Dairy Cattle Ring
  • 9:00  Beef Show, Beef/Swine Ring
  • 10:00  Avian Bowl, Poultry Palace
  • 2:00  Youth Cavy Show (Guinea Pigs), Rabbit Barn
  • 6:00 4-H & FFA Small Animal Round Robins, Livestock Area

Hilby, the Skinny German Juggle BoyAlso everyday at the the fair you will find

  • Sadie the Balloon Lady
  • Buck Trout’s Puppet Truck
  • Hilby – Skinny German Juggling Boy
  • Great American Petting Zoo
  • AgVentureland
  • Solar Express Train Rides
  • Safari Adventure Exotic Animals, Beverly C. Wilson Building

 

Here is the full 2015 Sonoma Marin Schedule.
Schedule, photos and schedule are from the Sonoma-Marin Fair website.

It’s Senior Day Today At Sonoma-Marin Fair THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015

Fairgoers 65 and over get in for $5 today!

  • IMG_5606-150x1501:00  FAIR OPENS
  • 2:00  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 2:00  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 2:00-4:00  Make & Go Projects, Community Building
  • 2:00-7:00  Quilt & Handwork Demo, Petaluma Quilt Guild, Herzog Hall
  • 2:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 2:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 3:00  Chef Demonstration, Chris Conkle, Coral Reef Smoothies, Culinary Pavilion
  • 3:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • Chef-Hands-265x1994:00  Milking Demonstration, Milk Barn
  • 4:30  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 4:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 4:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 5:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 5:00-9:00  Wine Tasting, Gardens
  • 6:00  Decades, Kiwanis Stage
  • 6:00  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 6:00  Chef Demonstration, Santa Rosa JC Culinary Arts, Culinary Pavilion
  • 7:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 7:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
The-Beach-Boys-265-2

8:00            The Beach Boys, Petaluma Stage

  • 8:30  Decades, Kiwanis Stage
  • 9:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 10:00  Admission Gates Close
  • 11:00  Fair Closes Until Tomorrow

LIVESTOCK SHOWS:

  • 4:00  Pygmy Goat Show, Sheep Show Ring
  • 8:00  Dairy Cattle Show, Dairy Cattle Ring
  • 8:00  Swine Show, Beef/Swine Ring
  • 8:00  Rabbit Show, Rabbit Barn
  • 9:00  Registered Dairy Goat Show, Sheep Ring
  • 9:30  Special Junior Cavy Show, Rabbit Barn
  • 10:00  Poultry Show, Poultry Palace
Buck Trout
Buck Trout

Also everyday at the the fair you will find

  • Sadie the Balloon Lady
  • Buck Trout’s Puppet Truck
  • Hilby – Skinny German Juggling Boy
  • Great American Petting Zoo
  • AgVentureland
  • Solar Express Train Rides
  • Safari Adventure Exotic Animals, Beverly C. Wilson Building

 

Here is the full 2015 Sonoma Marin Schedule.
Schedule, photos and schedule are from the Sonoma-Marin Fair website.

Everyone’s a Kid Day At Sonoma Marin Fair! $10 Admission Until 5PM Wednesday June 24th

The fair opens at 1:00PM where they will hold the Opening Ceremonies at the Main Gate.

Here is the days schedule:

  • Wine-glasses-food-265x2651:30-5:30  North Bay Dairywomen, Cheese Sampling, Culinary Pavilion
  • 2:00  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 2:00-4:00  Make and Go Projects for Kids, Community Building
  • 2:00-7:00  Quilt and Handwork Demo, Petaluma Quilt Guild, Herzog Hall
  • 2:00  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 2:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 2:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 3:00  Chef Demonstration, Angelo Sacerdote, Petaluma Pie Co., Culinary Pavilion
  • 3:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 4:00  Milking Demonstration, Milk Barn
  • 4:00-6:00  Y100.9 Gamespot, Kiwanis Stage
  • Pacific-Animal-monkey-SM-DSC_7153-265x2654:30  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 4:30  Funnel Cake Express Eating Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 4:45  ‘Only at the Fair!’ Safari Adventure Live Show, Beverly C. Wilson Hall
  • 5:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area
  • 6:00  Ice Cream Sundae Contest, Culinary Pavilion
  • 6:00  Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull, Behrens Park
  • 6:00  Decades, Kiwanis Stage
  • 7:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 7:30-9:00  Wine Tasting, Gardens
  • 7:30  Great American Pig Races, Livestock Area Show Ring
Tower of Power

8:00            Tower of Power, Petaluma Stage

  • 8:30  Decades, Kiwanis Stage
  • 9:30  Hypnotist Chris Mabrey, Kiwanis Stage
  • 10:00  Admission Gates, Close
  • 11:00  Fair Closes Until Tomorrow

LIVESTOCK SHOWS:

  • 10:00  Poultry Showmanship, Sheep Ring
  • 12:00  Dairy Challenge, Dairy Cattle Ring
  • 1:00  Youth Dog Care & Training Show, Petaluma Stage Lawn
  • 3:00  Vaulting, Dairy Cattle Show Ring

Sadie-Becky-w-child-265x265Also everyday at the the fair you will find

  • Sadie the Balloon Lady
  • Buck Trout’s Puppet Truck
  • Hilby – Skinny German Juggling Boy
  • Great American Petting Zoo
  • AgVentureland
  • Solar Express Train Rides
  • Safari Adventure Exotic Animals, Beverly C. Wilson Building

 

 Here is the full 2015 Sonoma Marin Schedule.
Schedule, photos and schedule are from the Sonoma-Marin Fair website.

What’s Going On In #Petaluma: June 19th through June 26th

15_Plough-Horse21“Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist” Gala Preview Reception – Fri., June 19, 7pm: Works on paper by the artist and his circle. Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville St.

Falstaff2Cinnabar Theater presents the opera “Falstaff” – runs through 28: Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. North. For information and show schedules, call 763-8920.

Historic Downtown Walking Tour – Sat. 10:30am: Costumed docents stroll you through historic downtown. Donations welcome. Free. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398.

Matteri-Postage-Presentation“United States Navy Radioman – A Good Fist = Good at Morse Code” – Sat., June 20, 2pm: A video presentation with annotated stamps and images of varying war eras. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St., 778-4398.

Saturday Farmer’s Market in Walnut Park – Sat., 2-5:30pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products. Live entertainment & activities in Walnut Park. 415-999-5635.

Let's Get Petaluma Adobe PlasteredEast-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30pm: Year-round, rain or shine! Petaluma Community Center Parking Lot, 320 N. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635.

“Let’s Get the Adobe Plastered” – Tues. June 23, 6pm: A fundraiser for Adobe State Historic Park to replaster the Adobe. Held at Lagunitas Brewing Company, 1280 N. McDowell Blvd.

Sadie-Becky-w-child-265x265Sonoma-Marin Fair – June 24-28: Featuring animal exhibits, games, carnival rides, the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest, concerts (Tower of Power, Beach Boys, Tanya Tucker and more) and other events. Click here for the full event schedule.

Wednesday Evening Farmers Market – Wed., 4:30-8pm:  Two blocks of vendors, music & fun in Theatre District.

 

 

 

 

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What’s Happening This Week in #Petaluma June 12th through June 19th

Falstaff2Cinnabar Theater presents the opera “Falstaff” – June 12 through 28: Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. North. For information and show schedules, call 763-8920.

 

 

Prendergast_SlideMeet & Greet with Author John Prendergast – Fri. June 12, 7pm: Author of “In Touch: How to Tune in to the Inner Guidance of your Body and Trust Yourself.” Free. Copperfield’s Books, 140 Kentucky St. 762-0563.

 

 

PofY - CemeteryHistoric Downtown Walking Tour – Sat. 10:30am: Costumed docents stroll you through downtown. Donations welcome. Free. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398.

 

 

Petaluma East Side Farmers marketSaturday Farmer’s Market in Walnut Park – Sat., 2-5:30pm: Over 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products. Live entertainment & activities.  Walnut Park. 415-999-5635.

Second Saturday Art Walk – Sat., June 13, 5-8pm: Featuring galleries and arts organizations representing dozens of artists and artisans in historic downtown and midtown.

Marin French Cheese SignPicnic Party at the Cheese Factory – Sun., June 14, 11am-4pm: The Marin French Cheese Factory celebrates 150 years. Free. 7510 Pt. Reyes/Petaluma Road. 762-6001.

Music For MuttsMusic for Mutts Fundraiser – Sun., June 14, 1-4pm: Foxes in the Hen House will perform at Lily’s Legacy. $25. For info, call 778-7010 or visit www.lilyslegacy.org

Petaluma Live! Open Mic – Sun., June 14, 6-9pm: Acoustic music, poetry & other types of readings are encouraged to participate. Petaluma United Methodist Church, 410 D St. Free. For info, email [email protected]

12_Mlle-Dembrowska-webop-275x412East-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30pm: Year-round, rain or shine! Petaluma Community Center Parking Lot, 320 N. McDowell Blvd.  415-999-5635.

Wednesday Evening Farmers Market – Wed., 4:30-8pm:  Two blocks of vendors, music & fun in Theatre District.

“Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist” Gala Preview Event – Fri., June 14, 5-8pm: Works on paper by the artist and his circle. Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville St.