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December 5: 19th annual Windsor Holiday Celebration DECEMBER 7, 8, 14, 15 Cinderella’s Christmas — Cinderella is very busy with the demands of her stepmother and stepsisters, when an invitation arrives for the prince’s ball. Cinderella is forbidden to go until all her chores are finished. Things seem very grim for Cinderella until her two small mice friends tell her about — the Christmas Fairy. Can Cinderella outwit her nasty stepmother and win the prince’s love? A pinch of Christmas magic lights up this new take on an old favorite. Saturdays: 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.; Sundays: 2 pm. Adults: $12, students/kids $7. At the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale. cloverdaleperformingarts.com, 894-2214. DECEMBER 7, 14, 21 Breakfast with Santa — The annual tradition at Costeaux continues Saturdays in December from 9—11am. Enjoy our festive cafe, complimentary photos with the Big Guy and our expansive nutcracker collection, perhaps the largest in the world or at least this side of the Russian River. At Costeaux French Bakery, 41 7 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg. 433-1913. DECEMBER 7 Alexander Valley Ladies Aid annual Fundraiser Christmas Bazaar —— Cookies, jams, ornaments, table decorations and wreaths abound. Find a variety of delicious home-made goodies, live and dried wreaths, ornaments, fleece blankets, painted gourds, kitchen towels, aprons, hand-painted goods, local lavender, and more. Raffle baskets. Proceeds of this sale are used to fund scholarships for local graduating seniors in high school, the Alexander Valley School Library, community charities, and to aid in the maintenance of the historic church. 10 a.m.-2 pm. At Alexander Valley Community Church, 6650 Hwy 128, just a few miles from Healdsburg. avladiesaid.com/christmas-bazaar. A Feast of Carols: The Old World Carolers in concert — The Old World Carolers present a special benefit which includes carols with food, drink, and feasting, including Hacia Belén (Spain), Candlemas Eve (England), St. Basil (Greece), Santa Lucia (Sweden), and many others. The Carolers always add a few standards for singing along. 2019 marks the 34th season for The Old World Carolers, sharing beautiful and haunting "endangered" European carols with songsheets the audience can take home and use to sing with friends and family. At 2 p.m., doors open at 1:30. Suggested donation is $10 (door only, no advance tickets), kids free. At Sebastopol United Methodist Church, 500 N. Main St., Sebastopol (across from Safeway). Half of all proceeds benefit local . homeless (shelters, half to United Methodist Church charities. Info: 823-7971,. Handicapped access at rear entrance of the church. More info and links may be seen at: traditional fun.org/owc.html. The Many Colors of Christmas — The Healdsburg Chorus, a group of non- professional singers more than 70 strong, under the direction of Les Pfutzenreuter, present their holiday spectacular. From 3-5 pm. At the Raven Theater, 115 North St., in Healdsburg. Admission is $15, $5 for children under 12 and students with ID. Info: Hillary Kambour 305-742-4906. Tree lighting: St. Joseph Hospice Light Up A Life — For more than 40 years, the hospice programs have helped many people live their final days in the comfort of their own homes, surrounded by family and friends. Light Up A Life is an annual community celebration of cherished memories. For four weeks, hundreds of bright clear lights illuminate our Light Up A Life trees. Each light symbolizes the life, hope and dreams of a loved one. Hospice exists in the hope and belief that daily needs may be met with appropriate care and sensitivity through the dying and grieving periods, and that all will be done to make the life that remains as dignified and satisfying as possible. Free. 5—7 pm. At the Healdsburg Plaza in Healdsburg. 18th annual Russian River Holiday Parade of Lights — Friends of Stumptown presents the annual Holiday Parade of Lights on Main Street in Downtown Guerneville. Small town holiday fun on the Russian River, with festiver lit cars, trucks, tractors, and floats in the theme of "Cartoons on Main." 7-9 pm. russianriver.com. DECEMBER 8 Holiday Concert ~ The Healdsburg Community Band presents their annual Holiday Concert. Get into the spirit with holiday classics. 3-5 pm. Healdsburg Community Church, 1100 University Ave. in Healdsburg. The Many Colors of Christmas —~ (see December 7). DECEMBER 13, 14 Sebastopol Holiday Home Tour 8: Artisan Boutique -— A winter’s day touring five decorated homes and a historic school in and around scenic Sebastopol. Each location displays holiday spirit in its own unique way, showcasing collections and family traditions. An Artisan Boutique offers dozens of local Sonoma County artists and crafters. Proceeds benefit scholarship fund at Sebastopol’s Pleasant Hill Christian School. $10-$45; free admission to Artisan Boutique. Fri: 6-9 p.m.; Sat: 10 a.m.—5 pm. (The Boutique will be open Dec. 13-15, Fri 5-9 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m.—5 p.m.; Sun 10 a.m.—4 pm.) At the Pleasant Hill Christian School, 1782 Pleasant Hill Rd., Sebastopol. 829- 1729. DECEMBER 14 Santa Fly-In Join in the Pacific Coast Air Museum’s Open Cockpit event to see Santa Claus fly in on a helicopter to visit with kids and listen to their Christmas wishes. Children can enjoy lots of fun activities and, as with each Open Cockpit event, everyone gets a chance to get up close to selected aircraft and peek inside. See what a genuine fighter plane, attack plane, transport, or helicopter is like on the inside. Free. 10 a.m.-2 pm. Pacific Coast Air Museum, 1 Air Museum Way, Santa Rosa. 575-7900. Free Christmas Dinner for Windsor Residents — The 10th annual event will honor the first responders who saved Windsor from the Kincade wildfire with a hot full-course traditional holiday meal consisting of oven—roasted turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, assorted vegetables, salad, cranberry sauce, rolls & butter and a variety of tasty desserts. Several beverage choices are available. Music provided by the Vinyl Revival Singers, The Living Color (guitar) Music School and the Windsor Community Children’s Choir. From noon to 3 pm. At the Windsor Community United Methodist Church, 9451 Brooks Road 5., Windsor, across from the Windsor Middle School and Boys 8i Girls Club. Home deliveriesfor Windsor residents over age 65, the disabled, veterans, or individualswituhput transportation or unable to drive after dark, start after 3 pm. and continue through 7 pm. and beyond. Carry out meals can be picked up after 2 pm. Advance reservations are required for carry out and home deliveries, with a limit oftwo meals per order. Call 322-1882 to order carry out and home deliveries; deadline is November 15 at 5 pm. Call 322—1882 for more info or to volunteer (which would be much appreciated: food preparation and serving staff needed). Sing-A—Long Messiah Concert — Come experience the joy and wonder of Handel’s Messiah when sung with four wonderful soloists and talented chamber musicians under the capable hand of Conductor John Maas. Join in the singing orjust sit and listen. Limited Messiah scores available to borrow or bring your own if you have one. Holiday refreshments will be provided at intermission. Tickets available at the door the day of the concert. Doors open at 1:30 pm. Concert at 2 pm. $6 per person. $15 per family. Sebastopol United Methodist Church, 500 N. Main St., Sebastopol. Rehearsal: December 8, 4-5:30 p.m., Painting and Drawing Room, Sebastopol Center for the Arts, 282 S. High Street, Sebastopol. 829—4797, sebarts.org. DECEMBER 15 Make a Holiday Table Centerpiece — Artful Arrangements presents a class using a crafty "waterfrog" to hold the freshly-cut foliage, the centerpiece hugging the table surface and staying fresh for weeks. All tools needed, materials and refreshments are included. $10 each, or two for $15 (two friends, or a parent or grandparent and an older child). From 10 am. to noon. The Artful Arrangements Crafting Center, 205 Orchard Lane, Penngrove. Call Diane to register because this class fills fast: 707-6648656. artfularrangements.org. MW November 28, 2019 Spirit & Lights 0 3 December 6 : Cloverdale Fifth annual Winter Festival and Tree lighting Healdsburg Historic Inns Tour — Visit six of Healdsburg’s classic historic inns, all decked out for the holidays. Take a peek inside these beautiful architectural treasures; from Queen Anne Victorians to elegant Italianates, dating from the late 18005 to early 19005. Enjoy light refreshments, music and lovely holiday decorations. 2-4 pm. Your $5 donation or a canned good for the Healdsburg Food Pantry allows entrance to all participating inns, which you’re welcome to visit in any order. Choose your own starting point: Bella Luna Inn, 530 Healdsburg Ave.; Calderwood Inn, 25 West Grant St.; Camellia Inn, 211 North St.; Grape Leaf Inn, 539 Johnson St.; Haydon Street Inn, 321 Haydon St.; River Belle Inn, 68 Front St. Starhawk Winter Solstice — Join Starhawk and friends in celebrating the longest night of the year. Sing back the sun, dance the spiral dance, and honor the Winter Solstice. Embrace winter's kiss and celebrate the returning of the sun. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., ritual begins at 7 pm. This is a drug and alcohol free event. Sliding scale $10-$50. At the Sebastopol Community Center, 390 Morris St., Sebastopol. Info: phoenix_lefae@comcast.net. DECEMBER 16 Traditional Winter Holiday Folk Songs with Adam Miller — Folk singer and storyteller Adam Miller is presents a sing—along program of traditional holiday folk songs. Miller's setlist includes well-known and not-so-well-known folksongs and carols for winter. From 6-7 pm. At the Cloverdale Regional Library, 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale. 894-5271. DECEMBER 18 Traditional Winter Holiday Folk Songs with Adam Miller — (See Dec. 16). 6 pm. At the Healdsburg Library, 139 Piper St., Healdsburg. 433—3772. DECEMBER 20, 2], 22 Sebastopl Ballet’s The Nutcracker The classic tale infused with comedy, dogs, and constantly changing surprises to ensure an entertaining performance for all. Fri: 7 p.m.; Sat: 11 am & 4 p.m.; Sun: 11 am. Matinees include a complimentary Sugar Plum Party for children, with sweet treats and the opportunity to meet the cast in costume. The Sugar Plum Party begins 1 hour before each show. At the Analy High School Theater, 6950 Analy Ave., Sebastopol. 824-8006, sebastopolballetcom. his Family Wreath Making Day —,Br_in_g parents, grandpare, ,gts, and childrenwg alike to make simple holiday-wreaths for everyone in the family. Everyone can join in the fun and learn the art of wreath making while sipping hot apple cider and snacking on homemade popcorn. 11 a.m.—l p.m. $75+ depending on size and materials. Dragonfly Floral. 425 Westside Rd. Healdsburg. 433-3739, dragonflyfloralschoolcom. Traditional Winter Holiday Folk Songs with Adam Miller —— (See Dec. 16). 2 pm. At the Guerneville Library, 14107 Armstrong Woods Rd., Guerneville. 869-9004. DECEMBER Make a Holiday Table Centerpiece — Artful Arrangements presents a class using a crafty “waterfrog” to hold the freshly—cut foliage, the centerpiece hugging the table surface and staying fresh for weeks. All tools needed, materials and refreshments are included. $10 each, or two for $15 (two friends, or a parent or grandparent and an older child). From 10 am. to noon. The Artful Arrangements Crafting Center, 205 Orchard Lane, Penngrove. Call Diane to register because this class fills fast: 707-664—8656. www.artfularrangements.org. DECEMBER 29 Healdsburg Chanukah Celebration Oakville Grocery, right off the plaza, welcomes locals and visitors to come celebrate Chanukah. The night will feature a live band, large Menorah lighting, hot latkes and holiday treats for everyone. Celebration begins at 5 pm. at Oakville Grocery off the plaza. More information at jewishsonomacom or call 707-577-0277. Only $60 per year! $100 for 2 Years! 15 Out-of-county: $85 per year $135 for 2 years Please arrange a Gift Subscription to the person listed below: i Name of Gift Receiver: Address: City: State: Telephone Mail payment to: Sonomawest Publishers, Inc., PO. Box 518, Healdsburg, CA 95448 or charge by phone: 894-3339 ext. 247. Or subscribe online at: www.sonomawest.com