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Online Monday Evening Quiet Meditation

Online United States, New York

Finding center and home in our own being is now more important than ever. As we navigate uncharted terrain in our personal and collective lives, we have incredible access to wisdom teachings that are as pertinent today as they were in the Buddha’s time. Meditation is one of the tools that we can use to discover […]

PoeticLicenseSonoma

Via Zoom Online, Online

Tuesday June 22nd. 7-8:30 pm (Pacific) – via zoom Topic: Humor Host: Kusum Irene Jain Reading by the 8 poets of ‘Poetic License Sonoma’ with special guest: Diane Frank, poet and publisher at Blue Light Press Diane Frank is author of eight books of poems, two novels, and a photo memoir of her 400 mile […]

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The Completely Abridged History of Bay Area Music

Live Virtual Online Classroom, Training, Morgan

Rhythmix Cultural Works presents The Completely Abridged History of Bay Area Music with Mark Montgomery French – a 6 week course on Zoom, Tuesdays, July 27th – August 31st from 7:00 – 9:00pm.  Single classes also available. From the Wine Country to Silicon Valley, the Bay Area has historically been a haven for invention and […]

$25 – $125

Art Exhibit: People Who Need People

Upstairs Art Gallery 306 Center St, Healdsburg

Sonoma County artist, Tosya Shore, presents People Who Need People, a collection of watercolor paintings that capture people with people, whether they are strangers passing on the street or couples relaxing together.  Shore’s colorful renditions are vibrant images that bring life to the scenes.  At a time when the world is reconnecting, these works take […]

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Pet Caricatures at the Schulz Museum

Charles M. Schulz Museum 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa

Celebrate Snoopy and his animal friends by bringing your own pet (dog, cat, rabbit, iguana, or other favorite companion) to the Museum for a personalized caricature by cartoonist Joe Wos. Caricatures will take place outside the Museum entrance and will be available for a suggested donation of $5 or more.

Sausalito Gate 5 Studios Group Show

The Octagon Room; 303 Harbor Drive, Sausalito An exhibit of art, design, and invention from Gate 5 Studios, Sausalito. Opening Reception: Saturday, July 24, 2—5 p.m. Exhibit continues July 24­—August 1, 4—6 p.m Includes work by: George Mead/Wet Studios and Gallery ­— Paintings and murals Josie Grant/Up Against the Wall Murals­ — Paintings, prints, murals, […]

Wellness Wednesdays sponsored by TogetherWell

Live Online Virtual Classroom, Training, Carmel

TogetherWell, a non-profit mental health organization sponsors the Wellness Wednesday series, virtual mental health workshops focusing on emotional well-being, held every week for the month of July. July 7, 14, 21 & 28 from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. Feel free to attend one event or all! At TogetherWell, we believe you’re at your best when […]

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50% Off Wine Bottles #winewednesday at Cassava

Cassava 3519 Balboa Street, San Francisco

Enjoy dinner at Cassava on Wednesdays with 50% off on all wine bottles!  Comprehensive list includes local favorites to traditional Bordeaux growths! 

Queen Bingo

Cedar Room 1875 S Bascom Ave #100, Campbell

@ A Star is Born has an unusual “meet cute” in it: Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) makes an unscheduled stop at a bar called the Bleu Bleu, where Lady Gaga’s Ally is pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman. That is exactly the kind of gender-bending fun that has made Drag Queen […]

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District Oakland Comedy Night (with Heaters)

District Oakland 827 Washington Street, Oakland

New comedians from the Bay and Beyond performing every week for you and your friends! Plus some of the best food and drinks in Oakland!   Reserve a table for 2 for $20 or a table for 4 for $40, or a table for up to 6 people for $50. We’ve also added lounge tables […]

$2 – $50

Santa Cruz Shakespeare: The Agitators

Audrey Stanley Grove in DeLaveaga Park 501 Upper Park Road, Santa Cruz

Overview This play tells the story of Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony. Over the 45 volatile years they knew one another, they were friends, allies and adversaries. Their hopes and dreams for equality brought them to common ground and political battlefields. As agitators, they were not content to let either our nation or each […]

$25

Mad Jokes at Mad Oak!

Mad Oak 135 12th St, Oakland

F Bomb Comedy is bringing the best comics from the Bay and beyond to the beautifully intimate patio at Mad Oak! Come laugh your troubles away with comics that have appeared on Netflix, HBO, and Comedy Central while enjoying amazing food and drink. Hump day will never be the same!

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What is the water saying?

Headlands Center for the Arts 944 Fort Barry, Sausalito

    Headlands is pleased to host “What is the water saying?,” a screening curated by the Wattis Institute of Contemporary Arts and featuring video work by Carolina Caycedo, Sky Hopinka, Arjuna Neuman & Denise Ferreira, Thao Nguyen Phan, and Charwei Tsai.   For thousands of years people lived in harmony with water, expressing a […]

Free

Online Morning Lujong (Tibetan Yoga) and Meditation

Online United States, New York

During this difficult time we are challenged to put to use the fruit of our practice, to find freedom in our immediate situation, to find spaciousness in our being and cultivate bodhichitta as never before. Lujong practice, Tibetan yoga, can help invigorate our body and mind, center and stabilize our being so we can remain […]

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The Box Show 2021

Gallery Route One 11101 Highway One, Ste. 1101, Point Reyes Station

@ In 1999, Gallery Route One gave wooden boxes to local artists to create anything they wished. Twenty-two years later, THE BOX SHOW™ is more popular than ever, annually drawing thousands of people to this major gallery event in the rural West Marin town of Point Reyes Station. For THE BOX SHOW™, Gallery Route One […]

Art Exhibit: People Who Need People

Upstairs Art Gallery 306 Center St, Healdsburg

Sonoma County artist, Tosya Shore, presents People Who Need People, a collection of watercolor paintings that capture people with people, whether they are strangers passing on the street or couples relaxing together.  Shore’s colorful renditions are vibrant images that bring life to the scenes.  At a time when the world is reconnecting, these works take […]

Free

Outdoor Storytelling and Cartooning at the Schulz Museum

Charles M. Schulz Museum 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa

Join us in the Museum Courtyard for live cartooning and storytelling performances with Joe Wos at 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm, both to be followed by a book signing of Wos’ best-selling A-Maze-Ing Maze series of books. This event is included in the price of Museum admission.

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Sausalito Gate 5 Studios Group Show

The Octagon Room; 303 Harbor Drive, Sausalito An exhibit of art, design, and invention from Gate 5 Studios, Sausalito. Opening Reception: Saturday, July 24, 2—5 p.m. Exhibit continues July 24­—August 1, 4—6 p.m Includes work by: George Mead/Wet Studios and Gallery ­— Paintings and murals Josie Grant/Up Against the Wall Murals­ — Paintings, prints, murals, […]

Acumen Wine Gallery Presents: Champagne, Live Painting & Music Every Thursday Night This Summer

Acumen Wine Gallery 1315 First Street, Napa

@ Acumen Napa Valley is excited to announce the opening of the Acumen PEAKeasy, Napa Valley’s first lounge dedicated to Champagne. Beginning June 17 and running through the end of September 2021, Acumen invites you to Champagne Thursday nights! Each Thursday, come and enjoy an evening of live music by Carl Vast and Paul Mehling (alternating each Thursday) while […]

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