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|2019-05-10May 10, 2019
The Petaluma City Council became the first city in Sonoma County to pass a Climate Emergency Resolution. Petaluma joins nearly a dozen municipalities in Northern California and more than 500 jurisdictions worldwide—representing about 52 million people—that have passed such a resolution.
|2019-04-29Apr 29, 2019
Although not the first event of the month, it tops my list so gets top billing. The Petaluma Museum presents Jura Margulis, Russian virtuoso, in concert on Fri, May 24, starting at 7:30 p.m. Another concert of sorts, the Petaluma Speedway has finally started up the short-track race season after being rained out by a couple of soggy weekends. Petaluma Film Alliance hosts the 11th Annual Petaluma Film Festival on May 4 at the Mystic Theater. Show times are 12, 3, 7:30, and 10:30 p.m. and will highlight the best new animated and live action short films from around the world, followed by a lively discussion with the filmmakers.
|2019-03-30Mar 30, 2019
The Petaluma Pie Company is very proud to announce their first Deaf Pie Happy Hour. LaLa’s Jam Bar is hosting two Spring Wreath Making Classes the first weekend of April. The North Bay Bohemian just named “On a River Winding Home” as one of its writers picks on their Best of 2019 list. Petaluma Drinks was launched last year as a festival to celebrate and enjoy all the great drink makers and mixers in and around Petaluma. the Butter & Egg Days festivities kick off on April 20 with the Opening Ceremonies at the Petaluma Historical Library and Museum, from noon to 1 p.m., where Mayor Barrett will read a proclamation honoring the Grand Marshal and Good Egg.
|2019-02-27Feb 27, 2019
For its latest project, a partnership of Petaluma community service groups retrofitting a decaying community center.
|2019-01-30Jan 30, 2019
The Chabad Jewish Center of Petaluma will host Holocaust survivor Marthe Cohn on Tuesday, February 5, at 7 p.m. at Petaluma’s Santa Rosa Junior College campus, in memory of the 80th anniversary of “Kristallnacht.” Tickets are available at www.jewishpetaluma.com. Kristallnacht was the infamous night in 1938 when Nazis took to the streets of Germany, vandalizing Jewish homes, schools, and businesses, torching synagogues, and arresting and murdering Jews simply for being Jewish. Marthe Cohn’s book “Behind Enemy Lines” is her incredible story of suffering, bravery, and determination through not only the Nazi invasion and occupation of her home country of France, but also her work as a nurse in the Far East after the war, as the Vietnamese and French went to war. Now 98 years old, this event is a chance to meet a living legend, war hero, and proud member of the Jewish community.
|2018-12-26Dec 26, 2018
The heart of the Petaluma area crab feed season starts up in January and continues through until March, ending with a bang at Heidrun Meadery’s incredible feed, run by Chef Matt Elias and Laine Ayre of the Bodega food truck. Keep in mind when attending a crab feed that they are usually the primary fundraisers for area non-profits, are run by volunteers, and often sell out.
Please support our sponsors:
Cloverdale Performing Arts
707-894-3222, or at the door if available.
Check for shows coming up in June:
World Music, June 15 - PRIDE, June 23
June 19-23, 2019
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