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Animal Love

Not everyone is ready or able to get out to the great events featured weekly in the Bohemian and Pacific Sun. Here is an inclusive way to enjoy something that’s happening right now from the comfort of home. Clark-Claudon Vineyards’ Cab for Care program benefits Napa wildlife care with an offer of 50% discounts on their fine wines. Participants are asked to donate the unspent 50% to Napa Wildlife Rescue. Toast a cabernet to each raccoon, opossum and fox helped to get back on their (four) feet. For the Cab for Care program, visit the Clark-Claudon web store at clarkclaudon.com/the-wine#shop-section. Follow Napa Wildlife Rescue on Facebook.

Santa Rosa

Heard This?

The best of the old has a way of coming back as the new. Veteran North Bay funk rockers The Heard Eye’s recent album, Funkalypse, has been getting plenty of uptake in the streaming services that run the music world. With three singles ranking in global streaming rock charts and tens of thousands of listens in the months since the album’s release, there is reason to celebrate. Come get hip to the latest in old school. CD Release Party. 8:30pm, Saturday, Sept. 30. Arlene Francis Center, 99 6th St., Santa Rosa. $15. Free CDs to the first 50 attendees.


Big Oil

Feeling like a weekend drive, but don’t want to really leave Marin? Looking for a new destination to lead that pack of skin-tight polyester-clad bike enthusiasts? Sick of wine? McEvoy Ranch offers a different type of tasting—their signature olive oils drizzled over vanilla ice cream. Exotic foodie toppings include Blood Orange, Chia Spice and Ginger Tumeric. Book ahead for parties of 8+ guests. Lunch available for preorder. And yes, wine for sale. Olive Oil + Ice Cream Tasting daily from 11am to 5pm through September. McEvoy Ranch, 5935 Red Hill Rd., Petaluma. $30 tasting for two.

music in the park san jose
music in the park san jose
Santa Rosa


Remember wide bottom pants, big hair and funky dance moves, when the idea of grandma at her Bingo group was laughable? Now there’s a chance to laugh, dance and scream, “Bingo!” with joy and none of the shaming of Nana’s Bingo group. A Bingo event led by the man known as “the world’s #1 Bingo caller,” Rev. Rusty Reams, The Great Bingo Revival combines oddball characters, sultry dancing and blackout fun. Bring Gran. 9pm, Friday, Sept. 29. Vintage Space, 2777 Fourth St., Santa Rosa. 21+.


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