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2 0 Spirit & Lights December 5: Sebastopol Tree Lighting and Holiday Celebration ONGOING EVENTS THROUGH DECEMBER 30 18th Annual Holiday Gift Gallery — Each year, Healdsburg Center for the Arts displays and sells a bounty of artist-made goods to fill the gallery during the holiday season. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. Wine will be available. Open Sun, Mon, 6t Tliur, 11 a.m.—3 p.m.; Frl at Sat 11 a.m.—6 p.m.; closed Tue, Wed. Opening Reception: Nov. 29, 5 pm. At Healdsburg Center for the Arts, 130 Plaza Street, Healdsburg. 431—1970, healdsburgcenterforthearts.org. NOVEIVIBER 29 DECEMBER 31 Holidays In Healdsburg Tour — Sip, savor & shop on the daily Holidays in Healdsburg tour, offered for five weeks of festive fun. The four-hour Day Tour starts at 11 a.m., exploring downtown Healdsburg with stops at three boutique wineries and two venues for food. The two-hour Evening Tour begins at 5 p.m., with appetizer stops for wine and savory bites. Tours can be designed to be family friendly. 5109 Day Tour; $69 Evening Tour. Healdsburg Plaza Gazebo, Healdsburg Ave. Matheson St., Healdsburg. Wine Country Walking Tours, 707-7584287. NOVEMBER 29 JANUARY 19 The Greatest Toy Circus on Earth Get into the holiday spirit with the Healdsburg Museum’s annual toy exhibit! This year's theme is the circus featuring circus toys across the decades. Free admission. At 221 Matheson St. in Healdsburg. Open Wed.-Sun., 11 am. 4 pm. Closed Mon., Tues., and holidays. NOVEMBER 30 DECEMBER 22 Hotel Healdsburg Holiday Tea —— Join us for the afternoon to indulge in housemade pastries, petite sandwiches, custom blend teas, classic cocktails and other holiday fare from Executive Chef Scott Romano, available on Saturday and Sunday afternoons between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. With live piano music, dazzling winter florals, and beautiful holiday decor, we invite you to enjoy one of our favorite holiday traditions. On Saturdays and Sundays, 1:30—4 pm. At Hotel Healdsburg Fireplace Lounge, 25 Matheson St., Healdsburg. Several options‘available, reservations are required: 707-431- 2800, hotelhealdsburgcom (click on HH Happenings). DECEMBER 5 JANUARY 1 Windsor’s Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Grove — First lighting at the 19th annual Windsor Holiday Celebration on Dec. 5th. Meander through over 200 trees decorated with personalities reflective of the community groups that created them. View the beautiful lighted trees and chasing rainbow icicle lights. Trees are lit at 7 pm. Listen to streaming holiday music, shop and dine at local businesses around the Green. A special mailbox enables kids to send letters to Santa (and receive responses). Treats and drinks available for purchase. Snowfall nightly at 5:30 and 7:30 pm. 5~8 p.m. Windsor Town Green, Windsor. people4parkswindsor.org. DECEMBER 7 - DECEMBER 25 Didtens Dinner at Madrona Manor — Start the season off right with Madrona Manor's beloved holiday celebration. The annual Dickens Dinner series features a five—course meal prepared by Michelin Star chef, Jesse Mallgren. The 12th night singers provide entertainment by caroling through the dining rooms dressed in period costumes from the 19th century. Starts at 6:30 pm. At Madrona Manor, 1001 Westside Road, Healdsburg. 433-4231, madronamanor.com/healdsburg-restaurant/holidays—events. THROUGH CHRISTMAS Nutcradcer Collection — Hundreds, perhaps thousands of Nutcrackers are on display at Costeaux French Bakery. Come and find out how many Nutcrackers there are and stay for a meal. At 41 7 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. 433-1913, costeauxcom. . . ., NOVEMBER EVENTS NOVEMBER 29 Healdsburg Downtown Holiday Party — Kick off your holiday season with Healdsburg's charming and fun-filled Downtown Holiday Party. Bring your gift list, friends, family and appetite to this not to be missed town celebration. Bring your camera for pictures with Santa from 5—7 p.m., listen to traditional Dickens style caroling and shop for holiday gifts. healdsburgcom, 433—6935. Gualala Arts Festival of Trees The two-day (Nov. 29 and 30) annual tree lighting ceremony with caroling at pm. (on Nov. 29). Santa Claus makes visits on both days. Artists and food artisans fill the arts center with handcrafted goods, homemade jams, mustards, olive oils, and the like, wonderful gift items to choose from for the holidays. Children can visit the Kid’s Depot, where they can choose gifts for their family and friends from lightly loved donated items that fall within a child’s budget. Uncle Sus’s Attic offers adults the same experience, with a collection of carefully curated artwork, fine furnishings, small appliances and more. Mrs. Claus Bake Shoppe is filled with home-baked goodies such as candies, pies and cookies made from family recipes. Ornate Christmas trees decorate the Coleman Hall stage and are available for purchase, and Santa and Mrs. Claus will be making a list of children’s wants and wishes throughout both days of this old fashioned, Winter Wonderland event. Admission free. 10 am. — 5 pm. Friday tree lighting begins at 5 pm. At the Gualala Arts Center, 46501 Old State Highway in Gualala.884-1138,gualalaarts.org. NOVEMBER 29, 30 Bodega Volunteer Fire Department Christmas Crafts Faire — Food, drinks, entertainment and plenty of hand-made arts and crafts that make perfect holiday gifts. Free admission. All proceeds benefit the Bodega Volunteer Fire Department. 10 a.m.—5 pm. At McCaughey Hall, 17184 Bodega Highway, Bodega. 707-876—9438. NOVEMBER 29, 30 & DECEMBER 1 Monte Rio Holiday Wonderland Craft Faire —- Local craft vendors will sell jewelry, home décor, holiday decorations, candles and art of all media. Enjoy the festive atmosphere along the Russian River. Plenty of free parking. At the Monte Rio Community Center, 20488 Hwy 116, Monte Rio. 865-2487. NOVEMBER 30 Healdsburg Farmers’ Market Holiday Arts & Crafts — (see November 23). Gualala Arts Festival of Trees — (see November 29). 10 am. — 4 pm. California Redwood Chorale HolidayConcert Enjoy the music of Ola Gjeilo, Eriks Esenvalds, Eric Whitacre, Craig Hella Johnson and John Rutter. Conducted by Gage Purdy, accompanied by pianist John Hazelrigg and joined by a string quartet. At 2:30 pm. St. Stephens’s Church, 500 Robinson Rd. Sebastopol. $20. Tickets at door or brownpapertickets.com/event/4401324. Geyserville Tree Lighting Lighted Tractor Parade Lit-up tractors, harvesters, backhoes and fire trucks parade through downtown Geyserville. Start the holidays in Downtown Geyserville with the annual Tree Lighting and Tractor Parade. Enjoy caroling, warm winter fare, and a visit from Santa, who will arrive at 4:30 pm. The tree lighting will take place at 6 p.m., along with caroling. The parade will begin at about 6:15 pm. Wurst burgers and sausages at Firehouse; hot dogs at Oddfellows; Diavola pizza chicken chili from Ken Rochioli Catering at Visitors Plaza. geyservillecc.com or 276-6067. DECEMBER EVENTS DECEMBER 1 Cloverdale Toy Run — The Cloverdale Lions Club is hosting its 22nd annual Toy Run. Admission is $10 plus one new, unwrapped toy. Registration is from 9—11 am. A barbecue will follow the Santa ride from 1-2 pm. The event include raffle prizes, a 50/50 raffle, silent auction and a full no—host bar. At the Cloverdale Citrus Fair, 1 Citrus Fair Drive. 707-280-5990 or 707-696-1841. California Redwood Chorale Holiday Concert (see November 30). DECENIBER 4 Osmosis Festival of Lights Holiday Event — Enjoy good cheer, an abundance of gourmet hors d’oeuvres, fine wine, chocolate, and gifts in a beautifully decorated tent. Enjoy a party, a fire dance demonstration, and a remarkable shopping experience and win prizes totaling over $1,000. 5-9 pm. $35 entry fee. At the Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary, 209 Bohemian Highway, Freestone. www.eventbrite.com/e/osmosis—festival-of-lights-tickets- 63491504800. DECEMBER 4, 5, 11, 12 Healdsburg Dine Around — The progressive three course dinner is back! Plan the perfect three course holiday dinner involving several venues and then explore the festive streets of Healdsburg. 5:30-9:30 pm. $89 ‘per'person'f ‘ Last day to reserve for December 4 and 5 is Monday, December 2. Last day to reserve for December 11 and 12 is Monday, December 9. hbgdinearoundcom. DECEMBER 5 Healdsburg Community Church’s annual Christmas Tea —— The popular annual event will feature special guest artists, a Christmas story to remember, and caroling for all, followed by delicious treats. 1:30-3 pm. At the Healdsburg Community Church, 11000 University St. Free and no reservations are not necessary. 19th annual Windsor Holiday Celebration ~ Activities include Jingle Bell Wagon Rides (McClelland Dr.); Polar Express Train Rides (Market St.); hot chocolate, hot soup and other food vendors, Elves’ Craft Workshop, gingerbread cookie decorating, photos with Santa (Huerta Gym); Holiday Story-time, and a Dance Party (Windsor Community Library). Features the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Grove and Santa’s Mailbox. Live musical performances featuring Santa 8r Mrs. Claus and Windsor Community Children’s Choir. From 5-8 pm. Free admission. Holiday tree lighting and snow fall at 7 pm at the Windsor Town Green. Sebastopol annual Tree Lighting Celebration & Holiday Celebration — Join the town of Sebastopol for a free evening of holiday treats, arts and crafts, music and family-friendly fun. Candles to be handed safely to all adults. Santa visits for pictures with the kids (Please bring your own cameras). Mayor Neysa Hinton and Citizen of the Year Mia Del Prete will light the tree. After the tree lighting, Mr. Music presents a sing-along of Silent Night. There will be a collection of donations for the local Humane Society. 5-8 pm. At the Sebastopol Plaza, South Main St. in Sebastopol. 823-3032, Sebastopolorg. Lights! Santa! Holiday Cheer! Guerneville Holiday Tree Lighting And Merchants’ Open House From its world-class wineries and specialty restaurants to its charming shopping and distinctive, eclectic events, there’s plenty of holiday spirit in the air in Guerneville. Merchants’ open house. Starts at 5 p.m., old fashioned tree lighting at the Guerneville Plaza at 7 pm. Presented by Friends of Stumptown. russianrivercom. An Evening in December with Paula Harris — A holiday show featuring the styles of Anita Baker, Luther Vandross, Nat King Mill Street Anflques The Fun Place to Shop in Healdsburg Shop Local ' Come do your Holiday Shopping with 25 exceptional consigners in l,200 square feet of space! Located in Mill Street Plaza 44 Mill Street Healdsburg, CA 95448 . 70 7433-8409 Open 7 Days, I0 am - pm November 28, 2019 November 29: Healdsburg Downtown Holiday Party Cole, Ledisi, Diana Krall, Donny Hathaway, Aretha Franklin, Diane Reeves, Charles Brown, Dinah Washington, Jeffrey Osborne, Chaka Kahn, Louie Jordan, Bette Midler, Frank Sinatra, Diane Schuur, Dean Martin and many other jazz, blues, and soul arrangements of seasonal favorites both classic and new. Doors open at 7 p.m.; music begins at 7:30 pm. At the Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery, 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tickets are $15 for Cloverdale Arts Alliance member: and <20 for non—members. To receive reserved seating privileges, purchase advance tickets online at cloverdaleartsallianceorg or at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance during normal business hours. Tickets are available at the door. DECEMBER 6 Cloverdale Fifth annual Winter Festival and Tree Lighting — ‘ Ring in the holiday season at the Chamber of Commerce’s fifth annual event. Gingerbread cookie decorating, a Santa visit, live music, and artisans selling their wares in both the North and South Pole marketplaces. 4:30 -8:30 pm. Downtown businesses encouraged to stay open late. Both Cloverdale Blvd. from Third to Lake Street and E. First Street will be CIOSed to vehicular traffic. For more information, call the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce 707—894— Santa’s Boat Ride Santa docks at The Tides at 6 pm. with a small armada of boats. Bring your camera to take shots ofthe Big Guy until pm. Hot Chocolate, cider and holiday sweets to be served. Admission is free. At The Tides Wharf & Restaurant, 835 Bay Hwy., Bodega Bay. Presented by Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Bodega Bay Firefighters Association, California State Parks, the US. Coast Guard and California Highway Patrol. DECEMBER 6, 7, 8 Transcendence’s Broadway Holiday Spectacular A renewed and reimagined seasonal celebration for all ages with holiday favorites, show stopping dance numbers, Broadway show tunes and modern twists on some of the world's most uplifting and cherished songs. Fri & Sat, 7:30 p.m.; Sat 8! Sun, 2 pm. A pre-show will feature a different assortment of festivities for you and your family to enjoy. The doors open to the pre-show 90 minutes before each performance begins. $39 — $139. Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa. Box Office: 546-3600. DECEMBER 6', 7, 8, Occidental Community Choir Creative, quirky'and consistently melodious/the SO-membet 'ensem'blewill ‘sp'in yarns and take you through'la": ' ‘ trip down memory lane, as they revisit some of the best-loved songs of the winter holiday season written by choir members past and present. Skillfully weaving together song and story, poetry and theatrics, plus fine instrumental accompaniment, the OCC offers a joyful and eclectic winter holiday concert experience unlike any other you will find. There will be caroling, sing-a-longs and special alumni events. Fri Sat: 8 p.m.; Sun: 3 pm. $10 for Dec. 6 performance; adults: $15, kids free. At the Occidental Center for the Arts, Graton Rd. Bohemian Hwy., Occidental. occidentalchoirorg, 874-8622. DECENLBER 7, 8 Occidental Holiday Crafts Faire Enjoy a weekend of holiday cheer at the annual Holiday Crafts Faire in charming Occidental. More than 35 local and regional artists are featured and there are foods and baked goods to enjoy. Santa Claus will surely be paying a visit and carols will be sung. Free admission. Sat: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun: 10 a.m.—4 p.m.At the Occidental Community Center, 3920 Bohemian Hwy., Occidental. occcraft@sonic.net. The 25th annual Goddess Crafts Faire — A celebration of the coming of winter through women’s art, music, and dance. The event features an exquisite collection of handmade gifts by local and regional women. 11 a.m.—7 pm. At the Sebastopol Community Center, 390 Morris St., Sebastopol. goddesscraftsfaire.com. Continues on next page Virago up your holiday promotions Bath and enjoy an extra advertising bonus! VVith the purchase of a package. receive a bonus digital ad on the top front of each of our {our online newspapersi _: rattle litellnelatatrerirgsttaaam ? mm TOBEINCLUDED! PRINT- DIGITAL - MOBILE for . ‘ 'llil‘ V m titan-imam trill-s 1’ i3iWEmkl.li*-Rt1’till,l£