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|2020-03-10Mar 10, 2020
Seasons, located inside a building from the late 1800s that originally housed a shoe store, retains old world charm with its ornate tin-tiled ceiling, brick walls and an overall elegant décor. The staff is friendly and the space has a warm and inviting vibe. In addition to some really good wine, Seasons sells an assortment of unique, high-end merchandise, making it the perfect stop for those who want to taste and shop with glass in hand. The gold-colored beverage in my glass has generally been Ferrari-Carano’s Reserve Chardonnay
|2019-11-12Nov 12, 2019
The inspiration for Osmosis was born in Japan the day I took my first enzyme bath in the spring of 1984. As the healing warmth of the bath enveloped my entire body, I was relieved of a crushing nerve pain that had plagued my body for months. At the same time, I dropped into an indescribable experience of sensing the entire universe like never before. As a minuscule part of this journey, a vivid picture of a healing sanctuary with the enzyme bath at the core surrounded by meditative Japanese style gardens and gracious hospitality flashed before my minds eye. From this remarkable moment, I knew it was my calling to bring the Japanese enzyme bath back to West County.
|2019-11-08Nov 8, 2019
The holiday season in Sonoma County is a magical time! Enjoy holiday music, tree lighting celebrations, performances and more!
|2019-10-24Oct 24, 2019
The workshop in Bodega Bay is being rescheduled. A revised notice containing and confirming details for all of the Public Review Draft workshops will be sent as soon as possible.
|2019-10-20Oct 20, 2019
Sonoma County Harvest Fair Review. Locals and visitors gathered in Grace Pavilion on Friday & Saturday, October 4th and 5th for Sonoma County Harvest Fair a two-day wine packed event to toast the county’s hard-working farmers, ranchers, vintners and producers.A world champion grape stomper and now I was able to witness this most lively competition firsthand, beautifully displayed tables of vintner’s passion for creating a good wine filled the center of the large hall surrounded with tables topped with delectable treats both salty and sweet, including my favorite Scoop Of Sonoma from Forestville.
|2019-10-16Oct 16, 2019
The small colored ovals popping up on sidewalks in and around Sebastopol’s downtown area are the final “step” in the City’s launch of its new PedLine: four color-coded, self-guided walking tours designed to get people out of their cars and walking around town. Spearheaded by Cittaslow Sebastopol, the City’s non-profit community development partner, the PedLine is the culmination of more than six years of collaborative work with community organizations, local government and merchants, and the public.
|2020-02-28Feb 28, 2020
The following Permit Sonoma agenda items are scheduled for discussion at upcoming Board of Supervisors, Board of Zoning Adjustments, Planning Agency, or Planning Commission meetings. These items have been identified as being of significant interest to the public.
|2020-02-27Feb 27, 2020
Featuring Wilson Winery “We have amazing, award-winning wines, with a laid-back atmosphere … It’s everything; the views, the wines, and our fun wine club events,” and Zichichi Family Vineyard “We sell out of everything from our estate vineyard and we have for more than seven years in a row; the demand is greater than our supply,” Hospitality Associate Midori Longo said.
|2020-02-06Feb 6, 2020
Each Winter, the Sonoma County Economic Development Board partners with Sonoma County Tourism to host Sonoma County Restaurant Week — the Wine Country’s tastiest time of the year featuring a wide variety of restaurants and culinary options at great prices. Dine out at participating restaurants and receive prix-fixe dining options.
|2019-12-29Dec 29, 2019
Check out Sonoma County Crab Feeds in January through early March. The Dungeness crab is by far the most popular crab served at events, as it is caught off our own Pacific shores.
|2019-12-03Dec 3, 2019
The Chanukah Shoppe is here! Conveniently located in downtown Petaluma, this Chanukah pop-up boutique offers a delightful array of holiday necessities. The Chanukah Shoppe will be open from November 29 - December 27.
|2019-11-25Nov 25, 2019
Santa & Mrs. Claus will arrive aboard the tugboat "Petaluma" Nov 30. Come have breakfast or just a pastry and coffee with Santa. at 417 Healdsburg Ave. Brunch with Santa 10a or 12:30p at Ramekins Culinary School. Hosted by Pacific Coast Air Museum -During Santa Fly-In, Santa Claus flies in to the Pacific Coast Air Museum on a helicopter to greet all the kids. Santa will be walking around the farmers’ market handing out candy canes and saying hi to the children. Petaluma East Side Farmers’ Market, Santa Rosa Community Farmers' Market and Cotati.
|2019-11-21Nov 21, 2019
Sonoma County Tree Lighting and Light Shows includes many 'illuminating' tree lighting and light shows including parades where you can see glammed up tractor trailers, farm vehicles, and decorated farm tractors covered in lights.
|2019-11-21Nov 21, 2019
Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) District approved the launch of a new train service schedule to take effect on January 1, 2020, featuring expanded service on weekdays, increased frequency to carry more passengers during peak commute hours and earlier train service on weekends.
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