What’s Going On In #Petaluma? Through April 17th

cooking-garden-gerald-list_1(SOLD OUT) Cooking from the Garden at McEvoy Ranch – Sat., April 11, 9:30am: Join Head Gardener and Winemaker, Margaret Koski-Kent and Head Chef, Gerald Gass, for a garden to table experience. Walk through their kitchen gardens discussing planting, sowing and harvesting ideas and how the garden bounty makes its way to the table.

6a00e54fa7b483883401a511c4b511970c-800wiSheep Shearing at Petaluma Adobe – Sat., April 11, 11am:  Have fun learning how to card and spin wool as they would have done in the 1830’s. The Petaluma Adobe served as the headquarters for General Vallejo’s 66,000 acre cattle rancho from 1836 to 1846. Petaluma Adobe State Park, 3325 Adobe Rd. 762-4871.

Boating at the BarnSundays, 10am-1pm: Pick a rowboat, canoe, kayak or sailboat. River Heritage Center in Steamer Landing Park. Call 769-0910 for information.

Danish Community Celebration – Sun., April 12, 2:30pm: Learn about the Hansen House, Danish Soldier’s Club, Petaluma Danish Sisterhood and Brotherhood and more. Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth St. 778-4398

PoetryEast-Side Farmers’ MarketTuesdays, 10am-1:30pm: Year-round, rain or shine! In the Petaluma Community Center Parking Lot, 320 N. McDowell Blvd. For info call 415-999-5635.

Multicultural Poetry – Wed. April 15, 6:30pm: Join us in celebrating National Poetry Month. Several members of the Petaluma community will read poems in the language they were written and also in English. Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Dr.