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Taste the Winning Brew!
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When: Saturday, February 11 at high noon
Where: Taps, Petaluma 54 E. Washington Street

Grab yourself a pint of Pow Pow Coffee Stout and raise a toast to the winning brewers Rick Paauwe and Kyle Hebert!

We invite you to celebrate with us as we gather for the launch of the winning recipe from our 2nd Annual Sonoma County Home Brewers Competition that was held in 2016.

Enjoy good food, good friends, and good brew! More information & details for this years 2017 Sonoma County Home Brewer Competition will be available.
CHEERS!

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Petaluma on New Years!
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Ring in 2017 in style in Petaluma, with a bevy of local festivities planned for Dec. 31 to welcome the new year.




New Year’s Eve Gala

Sky Hill Cultural Alliance and the Petaluma Museum Association will present the eighth annual New Year’s Eve Gala from 6-8 p.m. at the museum, located at 20 Fourth St. The concert will feature music from Beethoven and Tchaikovsky’s String Sextet performed by musicians from the San Francisco Symphony.

Tickets for downstairs seats are $50 and balcony seats are $70. Visit petalumamuseum.com for tickets or more information.


First annual Rivertown Ball

The inaugural Rivertown Ball is set for 8 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Hall, at 1094 Petaluma Blvd. South. The fundraiser for the Friends of the Petaluma River will feature San Francisco’s psychedelic soul band Monophonics, Point Reyes Station’s genre-defying pop group El Radio Fantastique and Sonoma County’s own Oddjob Ensemble. Tobias the Mystic Man will also perform magic and circus acts.

Tickets are $70 at ticketfly.com/event/1319929.


New Year’s Eve in Vienna

Head to Hermann Sons Hall at 860 Western Ave. to be transported to a magical New Year’s Eve in Vienna at 8:30 p.m. A buffet-style gourmet dinner with traditional Viennese dishes and desserts will be served, and guests can listen and dance to the Strauss Waltzes with live orchestra until midnight, when there will be wines and a champagne toast to ring in 2017.

The $150 tickets benefit Sky Hill Cultural Alliance, which helps bring classical music to the community. Visit skyhill.org for tickets or more details.


New Year’s Eve toasts

Pub Republic will host a kid-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration at 7 p.m. with complimentary champagne for adults, and sparkling cider for the little ones, as well as a balloon drop. A second champagne toast for adults will be held at 9 p.m. with a balloon drop, along with a showing of the Time’s Square Ball Drop. Pub Republic is located at 3120 Lakeville Highway. Visit pubrepublicusa.com or call 782-9090 to make a reservation for any time between 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. to participate in the 7 p.m. toast, or from 7:30-8:30 p.m. for the 9 p.m. toast.


Bowl the night away

Roll to AMF Boulevard Lanes to snag a “Ball Drop Package,” which features unlimited bowling from 9 p.m.-1 a.m., a gourmet buffet and a champagne toast when the clock strikes midnight. Visit https://events.bowlmoramf.com/nye or call 762-4581. The venue is located at 1100 Petaluma Blvd. South.


‘Red Hot Mama’

Catch a show at Cinnabar Theater, which will host a New Year’s Eve performance of the musical “Red Hot Mama: The Sophie Tucker Story.” The show chronicles the story of the first lady of show business, the “Last of the Red Hot Mamas,” whose career spanned 60 years. The performance contains the music and history of burlesque, vaudeville, Broadway, and Las Vegas in a critically acclaimed one-woman musical biography of the entertainment legend, written by and starring Sharon McNight.

Attendees are encouraged to dress in ’20s garb for the performance, which will also feature drinks at a no-host bar, dessert and a post-show Q&A. Tickets to the 9:30 p.m. show are $70 for adults and $65 for those 18 and under. Visit cinnabartheater.org for details or to buy tickets to the show at 3333 Petaluma Blvd. North.


Big Easy bash

Sebastopol reggae act Sol Horizon will perform at The Big Easy’s New Year’s Eve bash along with Willow and Hound. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets to the show at 128 American Alley are $25. Visit bigeasypetaluma.com or call 776-8461 for more information.

Music at Jamison’s Roaring Donkey

Petaluma’s The Grain, Saffell and Mike Salini Band will perform at Jamison’s Roaring Donkey starting at 9 p.m. The bar is located at 146 Kentucky St., see roaring-donkey.com for details.


Twin Oaks Roadhouse concert

Soul-funk outfit The Marshall House Project will take the stage at Twin Oaks Roadhouse for a 9 p.m. show. Petaluma’s own Highway Poets is also on the bill. Tickets are $25 and the bar is located at 5745 Old Redwood Highway. Visit twinoaksroadhouse.com for details.


Mystic Theatre’s New Year’s Eve Bash

Foreverland, billed as an “electrifying 14-piece tribute to Michela Jackson” will hit the Mystic Theatre for a New Year’s Eve show beginning at 9:30 p.m. Tickets to the show at 23 Petaluma Blvd. North are $50. Call 765-2121 or visit mystictheatre.com for details.


This article and more can be found at the ARGUS-COURIER website

http://www.petaluma360.com/entertainment/6469741-181/ring-in-the-new-year?artslide=0

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Lighted Boat Parade
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A flotilla of decorated boats will illuminate the Petaluma River Turning Basin in Historic Downtown to celebrate the holiday season on Saturday December 17th.  


            Individual boaters and the local yacht clubs join in the Petaluma Lighted Boat Parade every year.  Boats aglow with colored lights and holiday decorations start from the Petaluma Marina at dusk (about 6 p.m.) to sail into the Historic Downtown Harbor against the darkening sky.


            The flotilla remains on view all night long in the Turning Basin.  Following the Lighted Boat Parade, visitors and local residents mingle in Historic Downtown, gathering to dine, drink hot chocolate, snack and enjoy the remainder of the evening entertaining themselves at the many nearby restaurants & clubs.



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Small Business Saturday!
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November 26th marks the seventh annual Small Business Saturday, a day to support the small businesses that can create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. Petaluma recognizes the importance of supporting small businesses, the jobs they help create, and the culture they instill in local communities.


Created by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday serves as the ceremonial kickoff to the holiday shopping season for small businesses across the United States. In 2015, 95 million consumers shopped at small businesses on Small Business Saturday and spent an estimated $16.2 billion at independent retailers and restaurants on the day, according to the 2015 Small Business Saturday Consumer Insights Survey.

Join us! Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting local small businesses and strengthening and celebrating communities across the country. Merchants and consumers can learn more about Small Business Saturday and how to get involved by visiting ShopSmall.com.




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Veteran's Day Parade Petaluma
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If you like aircrafts, parades, and an airshow, you'll love the Petaluma Veteran's Day Parade. It's held in beautiful downtown Petaluma. Vintage war birds and sleek air racers fly-in to take part in what has been called the "largest Veterans Day Parade north of the Golden Gate." The Petaluma Veterans Day Parade features war planes that fly in formation over Historic Downtown Petaluma. The parade winds its way north from the starting point at Walnut Park at "D" Street and finishes back at Walnut Park.

The parade begins at 1:00 but you are welcome to head out early as their will be music playing in the gazebo starting at noon. After the parade, enjoy a Veterans Day Program with prayer, Pledge of Allegiance and more.


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Kentucky and 4th Streets
From B Street to Washington Street
Petaluma, CA 94952

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Dempsey's Under New Management!
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Last Tuesday Petaluma said a bitter sweet goodbye to Peter & Bernadette, the original owners of Dempsey's  (Sonoma County's oldest brewery!). A celebration with complementary beer and appetizers was held to say the last farewells and welcome new owner Robert at the Hand Over Hootenanny. Peter & Bernadette were proud owners of the thriving restaurant and brewery as well as active community members for 25 years bringing home many awards including Best Burger in a Petaluma's Peoples Choice and another Peoples Choice Award at Battle of the Brews held in Santa Rosa. Although goodbyes are always hard Peter & Bernadette add a note to their blog "It has been an incredible run and we will be forever grateful to all of the friends we have made along the way....We have been blessed with the support of the community and the hard work of our staff...Dempsey’s is one of those places that will live on for many years to come". Peter & Bernadette, thank you bringing Dempsey's to Petaluma, we wish you luck on your next adventure!



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Passport to Christmas - The Fabulous Women
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The Fabulous Women are hosting a Christmas campaign called, "Passport to Christmas!" The proceeds from this campaign will support the local families affected by the recent fire. Fourteen homes were impacted!

HERE'S HOW THE PASSPORT WORKS ~

This passport includes 75 plus local merchants, including special services and restaurants. When you make a $20 donation to the fire victims you will receive a passport along with 10 FREE raffle tickets for our Festival of Trees Petaluma event. This passport will allow you to shop locally from December 2nd - through Christmas Day at Petaluma businesses and receive 15% off your bill. This is a wonderful way to support local merchants while helping the families who have suffered an incredible loss due to the fire.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED ~

This passport is a win win for the entire community ~ Families receive aid and businesses will see more customers shopping and eating at their business. There is NO expense to get your business in this passport. Just contact: Krista Gawronski or send a message to TheFabulousWomen@gmail.com

WE WILL FILL FINALIZE THE PASSPORT BY OCTOBER 31ST ~

The passport will go on sale beginning November 1st all the way through December 3rd. We have several anchors in the community supporting this effort. We would like to thank The Petaluma Woman's Club, Petaluma Argus-Courier/ Petaluma360 Petaluma Valley Athletic Club Petaluma Minuteman Press, The Law Offices of Sandra Acevedo, Victoria Webb Photography/Looking Glass Images, and The Bergin Family for their incredible support of our group and making Festival of Trees possible! We have just a few more spots open for "Premier Sponsorship."

Please contact Krista Gawronski to get involved ~ 707 799-2153
Thank you for making Festival of Trees a tremendous success this year. We are proud to support our community and help the local families affected by fires.

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Halloween Trick or Treat Trail
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Are you looking for a place to take the kiddos for a fun, safe, community Halloween? Petaluma Downtown is the perfect place for the whole family! Enjoy over 60 participating merchants offering candy to the boys and ghouls between 3:30-5pm. We know Halloween lands on a school night this year and that  you will want your sugar rushed goblin in bed at a reasonable hour, so come and enjoy the festivities before dinner! Download a Trick or Treat Trail  Map on our website the week before Halloween and keep an eye out for the black and orange balloons, day of, at participating shops!


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Halloween and Vine
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On September 24th at 2pm come see the spectacle that is Halloween & Vine.  Located at Hermann Sons Hall (860 Western Ave) enjoy the bewitching artistry of more than 39 eclectic and diverse artists from North America.  We’re celebrating our 21st season of this prestigious show where you can purchase one-of-a-kind works of art, handmade from a number of mediums; such as papier-mâché, leather, felt, spun cotton and everything in between. We have even expanded our show into an additional room called the Boo-tique.  


We search extensively each year for new talent to add to our formidable group of established artists. Our show strives to find creative and highly unusual artists who will enhance our awe-inspiring show that is Halloween & Vine.  Come early, fans start lining up outside at the break of dawn for their opportunity to purchase these beautiful works of art before they are sold out! In addition to our Halloween and Vine Art Raffle, we will also have our first ever Halloween and Vine Art auction to bid on three different one of a kind piece from Halloween and Vine collectors.  The proceeds of the Art Raffle and Art Auction will benefit the Petaluma Animal Services Foundation.

 

Show partner Stephanie Sherratt commented; “This year will be our biggest show ever, featuring work not yet seen by the public that will leave a lasting impression on the show’s fans and collectors.  Our mission is to showcase the best in original Halloween Art & Collectibles.”


Cost:                                                      $5.00
Free street parking

Media Contact:                         Stephanie Sherratt

                                                     707.338.5795

                                                     craftysherratt@gmail.com

Online Information:                www.halloweenandvine.com 

        https://www.facebook.com/events/244990005845387/


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Relics Beyond the Eye Can See!
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30th Fall Petaluma Antique Faire September 25 from 8-4pm

in Historic Downtown PetalumaOn September 25th the charmingly historic Downtown Petaluma will transform into an antique marketplace. Amid the beautiful historic buildings, one of a kind stores, an incredible array of restaurants and cafes, guests can find an incomparable selection of affordable antiques from over 200 dealers. The show has a nice variety of estate jewelry, linens, furniture, art, kitchenware, vintage décor, books and all kinds of unusual collectibles to suit everyone's budget.

While your out and about make a day of it! Before perusing the faire join us in the dining room of the Mason's building under the iconic Petaluma clock tower for an incredible breakfast for just $8, a rare and special treat! Breakfast begins at 7am and will be served until 11:30am.

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