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.

Video: 2014 Taste of #Petaluma a Great Success

Gallery One: Photo By Wayne Dunbar
Gallery One: Photo By Wayne Dunbar

Today the streets of Petaluma were bustling with thousands of locals and visitors for the 2014 Taste of Petaluma. Almost everywhere you walked in the downtown you really did experience the best tastes of Petaluma restaurants.  What is interesting about this event is that it seems the entire town is involved. For example you can walk into a beauty supply store like Blush and you will find sliders from Palm Grill and wine from a local vineyard.  I can’t remember when I have seen so many different bands playing in every nook and cranny in town.  There were thousands of people walking the streets and enjoying the food and entertainment.  A side benefit to everyone enjoying their time was money to benefit the Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma.

Here is a short video of this event so you can see some of the highlights.