A plethora of mandolins, a circle of drums, a band concert, a dog to read to, a nonprofit mixer, solving creative challenges, learning how the city recycles water, an original play and even more classic cars -- get out and enjoy this week in Petaluma.
Take a look back at what was happening in Petaluma a century ago.
Interesting things upcoming this week in the city by the river: Tech N9ne, a talk on extremophiles, how to have healthier families, a Taize service, a Pickleball clinic, the Mad Hatter Ball and a family bird walk.
Hey, music lovers. This is the week to enjoy the sounds of the season here in P-town: from Chanticleer to Vince Guaraldi, plus a number of local choirs. Get out and get sung to.
Curious about what was going on in Petaluma a century ago? Now's your chance to find out.
Classic cars, trick or treat, reggae and dancehall, mosaics class, gospel fest and a Notary Public class -- all part of the action this week in P-town.
Michael Chabon comes to town, zombies prowl the streets, the California Redwood Chorale sings, kids trick or treat in the Plaza shopping centers, the PPSC's annual golf tournament approaches and Cinnabar premieres a new musical comedy.
This week you can view a new museum exhibit, celebrate Oktoberfest, remember Playland, reimagine reality, learn about memoir, hear European harvest music, get up close and personal with the Petaluma River and smooth out some body creaks.
Rowing, yoga, cake decorating, drawing, opera, Harvest Days and a spooky barn.
Groundbreaking and the World Peace Diet, a Mac computer expo and baseball's Tony LaRussa, Fandango at the Old Adobe, rowing races and flower basics -- all going on this week in P-town.