The past, present and art come together in Petaluma this weekend, as three galleries open three different portrait-based exhibits highlighting local faces. Petaluma Arts Center’s ‘Face of Petaluma’ features works from five photographers and tells the stories of Petalumans from all walks of life. The Petaluma Historical Museum & Library’s “Portraits of Petaluma Pioneers” draws from the museum’s collection of preserved photos from the 1800s. IceHouse Gallery’s “(Mostly) Petaluma Portraits” displays Kathryn Keller’s highly detailed charcoal drawings of subjects who live and work in town. All shows hold a reception on Saturday, June 10. 5pm.