Wines and Sunsets at Paradise Ridge
Make the most of your Wednesday evenings this summer at Paradise Ridge for entertainment and artisanal wines. Every Wednesday from June 2 to October 27, Paradise Ridge will host its award-winning event, “Wines and Sunsets,” which features gourmet local food trucks and live music to enjoy while watching the sunset over the wine country. Handcrafted wines from Rockpile and the Russian River will also be sold and served. Every Wednesday features a different group of musicians and food trucks, so be sure to visit often. Tickets are available online, in advance at $ 10 for wine club members and $ 15 for general admission. Tickets cost $ 20 at the door, but seating is limited and tickets may sell out.
6th Street Playhouse announces a new season
6th Street Playhouse Season 2021-22 subscription packages are on sale now. This season will mark a return and celebration of live theater, with ten subscription packages available for the new season. Most recently, the Playhouse was voted “Best Venue for Live Theater” by the readers of Press Democrat. The first show of the season will take place from August 12 to 19; called “Love, Loss, and What I Wore”, it is a collection of stories about the memories certain clothes can evoke, written by the authors of “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail”.
Tickets and packages: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com/2021-22-spectacles-et-événement
Guided virtual hike through Buckeye and Howlett forests
Sonoma Land Trust will guide you on Zoom through a hike through Buckeye and Howlett forests. These forests, located in northwest Sonoma County, are two of the most significant conservation projects in the county’s history. Buckeye Forest spans nearly 20,000 acres and protects many endangered species that can only live in the habitat provided by the forest. Howlett Forest, located adjacent to Buckeye Forest, is one of the county’s largest old-growth redwood environments. This event is free and takes place on July 6, 13 and 27.
Junior Wilderness Survival Series
Enjoy hands-on training with wilderness experts who will teach you to be like the hosts of survival TV shows on July 8 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Ragle Ranch Regional Park in Sevastopol. This wilderness survival training will cover several basic but important skills including shelter building, knotting, foraging, etc. The event will also feature themed games and crafts for children ages 7 to 12 to add to the fun. This event was previously held in June at Spring Lake Regional Park and will also be held at Cloverdale River Park in late August if you can’t make it in July. The cost is $ 15 per person, with pre-registration required.
Dixieland Jazz Festival
On July 10 at 11 a.m. each year, Cline Family Cellars in Sonoma hosts an incredible gathering of bands for their Wine and Dixieland Jazz Festival. The summer day will offer good wine and music for the many guests who come every year. Wine, beer, and food are available for purchase, and guests are also welcome to organize a picnic to enjoy the outdoors. The Cline Family Cellars has been open in Sonoma County since 1989 and now owns numerous wineries across the county offering award-winning wines. Festival tickets are on sale now on the Cline Cellars website.
Moon Valley Music Festival
The seventh annual season of the Valley of the Moon Music Festival will take place virtually over four days in July. Nestled in the heart of the Sonoma Valley, this music festival is the first in the United States to feature classical and romantic music performed on period instruments from the time the music was composed, meaning that many old instruments will be presented during this event. The music tells stories of separation and coming together, with famous composers such as Clara Schumann and Harry Burleigh at the helm. Tickets are on sale now for the virtual concerts on July 17, 18, 21 and 22.
Head West Marketplace opens second Saturday
Head West, a local outdoor retail market, will be hosted at The Barlow in Sevastopol on the second Saturday and Sunday of the month, July 10-11. Many artisans, designers, artists and local brands and stores participate in the market. sell their handicrafts. The Barlow is a place where Sonoma County’s best chefs and artisans work together to create local products that can only be found there. More than 30 traders frequent the market every month.