donations are appreciated for the ….
donations are appreciated for the Symphony League’s music education program for youth. Donate at www. srsymphonyleague.org/donate.html.
starts Dec. 20 on the Sebastiani Theatre website, and features a bevy of local talent, including Tommy Thomsen, Sean Carscadden, Jon Burdick, Sheila Whitney, Dave Aguilar, Laura Benward, Isobel Hubbard, and Bob Gossett. Santa Claus will drop in for a special appearance. The holiday special is hosted by Sebastiani proprietor Roger Rhoten.
Enjoy a Virtual Sebastiani Theatre Holiday Special to salute all those helping people in need. This event
Gualala Winter Wonderland
Info: [email protected] Rosa Symphony League
Sebastiani Theatre holiday special
Through Dec. 30, the Gualala Arts Center features Gualala Arts’ Winter Wonderland, open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Recorded carols and holiday classics will fill the halls of the Gualala Arts Center while you shop in a wonderfully decorated arts & crafts holiday boutique of special hand made items to choose from, including handcrafted goods, homemade jams, mustards, olive oils, etc. Admission is free. [Please call to see if this is still happening.]
Info: 884-1138. 46501 Old State Hwy., Gualala
Jazztacular New Year’s Eve
6th Street Playhouse invites the community to a live-stream New Year’s Eve event – Barbara Dixon’s Jazztacular. Fresh from successful engagements in Los Angeles, Barbara Dixon, aka Leah Sprecher, makes her Santa Rosa debut in this musical comedy extravaganza, streamed on Dec. 31. 6th Street will provide free viewings via their website and Facebook. The show, a gesture of appreciation to the community for their support, and a way to move past the hard times of 2020, begins at 8 p.m. and ends with a toast at 9 p.m. Pacific time, when the ball drops at Times Square in New York City. Donations are encouraged and accepted.
Info/Viewing: www.6thstreetplayhouse. com
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown!
Join the Schulz Museum online for its annual New Year’s Eve festivities and spread the joy of celebrating together, no matter your location. Enjoy a virtual Noonyear’s Eve celebration with Peanuts- themed crafts, special appearances by Snoopy and Woodstock, and a countdown to the Museum’s annual up-down balloon drop at Noon. Event is online Dec. 31, 11 a.m.–noon. Cost is $10 for museum members, $15 for non-members. Advanced registration is required.
Info/Registration: www.schulzmuseum. org, 284-1272
Community climate summit
Sonoma County Climate Activist Network (SoCoCAN!) hosts the 2021 Community Summit, via Zoom, Jan. 10, 2-5 p.m. A call to action, a call to connect, a call to build on common ground – featuring educators, community members, experienced activists, youth activists, organizations and experts. Learn about indigenous practices, reducing our dependence on fossil fuels, educating the public about the dangers of forest-based biomass, the beauty and biodiversity of post-fire forests and promoting resilient communities living in fireprone lands. Join discussions on regenerative agriculture and regenerating soils, the Green New Deal, climate justice, racial and social justice, and regional climate policy.