BODEGA BAY FARMERS MARKET Bodega Bay Community Center, 2255 CA-1, Sun, 10 AM-2 PM. Memorial Day until the end of October the open-air market thrives behind the Bodega Bay Community Center at the north end of town. Offering the freshest, locally grown produce specializing in organic, heirloom and gourmet varieties of fruits and vegetables, beef, goat, duck, pork, poultry and fish.
BODEGA SEAFOOD, ART & WINE FESTIVAL Watts Ranch 16855 Bodega Highway, Bodega CA, August 26 & 27 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Features a beautiful art and fine craft marketplace, delicious food of all kinds, tastings with over 40 wineries and breweries, 3 stages of entertainment and fun kid's activities. A portion of the proceeds benefits Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods, the non-profit working in tandem with the California State Parks in the Russian River region, and the Bodega Volunteer Fire Department. $20/$15/$12 Adults/Seniors/Children
SNOOPY'S HOME ICE SKATING LESSONS Each eight-week Lesson Set, skaters progress through one Level within a Skating Track. At the end of a Lesson Set, skaters are evaluated to determine whether they pass their current Level or will need improvement and to repeat their current Level. The Tracks follow the curriculum set forth by Learn to Skate USA, endorsed by United States Figure Skating. For detailed curriculum, please contact: Snoopy's Home Ice Address: 1667 West Steele Lane, Santa Rosa, California 95403.
A CELEBRATION OF BODEGA BAY'S FISHERMAN'S FESTIVAL Sunday, April 2nd, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, Bodega Bay Community Center, 2255 Highway One. It's the 50th Anniversary of Fish Fest. How did it begin? Hear unique stories from over the years! For reservations, email (RBHS@BodegaMoon.net).
FISH FEST POSTERS A special exhibit of 50 years of Fish Fest posters will be on display at the Tomales History Center at 26701 Highway One in Tomales, from mid-March to April 30th.
50th ANNUAL BODEGA BAY FISHERMAN'S FESTIVAL Saturday & Sunday, April 22 & 23, 10 am-5 pm, Westside Park, West Shore Road. Featuring Live Music, Entertainment, Wine Tasting, Beer Booth, Local Cuisine Food Booths, Art Show, Crafts Fair Exhibits and Children's Events. Tickets available online.
SCIENCE UNCORKED Gourmet au Bay, 1412 Bay Flat Rd. Every other Wednesday in April & May. Happy Hour @ 4 pm, Food until 6 pm. Presentations begin at 6 pm. April 12th: Follow the Limpets what we can learn about the geographic range shifts of the Giant Owl Limpet, April 26th: I know what you did last summer: using plasmas and lasers to illuminate the clandestine lives of fish, May 10th: Climate change and migration: What's going on out there?, May 24th: Advances in Abalone Conservation and Production Aquaculture. ScienceUncorked@gmail.com
RESEARCHING YOUR HOME'S HISTORY A webinar presented by the Sonoma County History and Genealogy Library for the Historical Society of Santa Rosa. Topics include Historical Maps/Atlases, Aerial Photographs, City & Telephone Directories, California Digital Newspaper Collection, David Rumsey's Map Collection, Fire Insurance Maps, Newspapers.com, Ancestry Heritage Hub and Sonoma County Historic Photos
MAPPING OUR COMMUNITY Gaye LeBaron and the Stories of Sonoma County, virtual exhibit presenting stories of individuals and communities that have shaped Sonoma County as viewed through the lens of Gaye's columns, such as Bracero Program in Sonoma County, Japanese Americans and the Alien Land Law, Utopian Communities in Sonoma County and Black Americans in Santa Rosa.
SEAMAN'S CEMETERY The Rancho Bodega Historical Society is working with the Smith Family and Graton Rancheria to recognize and honor Native Americans and early settlers by respectfully marking a historic plot of land on Heron Drive in Bodega Harbour. Formerly owned by the Smith Family, Graton Rancheria holds the title to the burial ground overlooking the sea and Bodega Bay on one side. The other side overlooks the valley where Highway One winds among the steep hills and canyons of our Coastal Prairie below.
THE MUSEUM OF SONOMA COUNTY The historic influenza pandemic of 1918 and 1919 has recently received more attention for obvious reasons. The experiences of that trying time echo across the decades, resonating with the events of today and the threat of the coronavirus.
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT has a listing of virtual events, such as Peanuts Origami, Poetry Book Club, Spark Your Inspiration, Meet the Artists! or take a Creative Writing Classes.