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Food for Thought plant sale

Ruscha. It includes rare black and white photographs from Ruscha’s cross-country travels in the 1960s, revealing the inspiration he drew from the iconic landscapes and imagery of small-town, rural America. The exhibition also features color lithographs from his well-known “word paintings” series, as well as an installation of 51 framed prints set alongside passages from Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road.”

Expert docents are on hand to guide you through the special exhibition and the museum’s permanent collection. Temporary hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The museum store is also open.

The museum is located at 551 Broadway in Sonoma. For more information, visit

is a devised show, meaning we went into rehearsals without a script,” said instructor Reed Martin. “I hope audiences are as inspired by the courage of these writers/performers as I have been.” The show runs April 23, 24, 30, and May 1 at 7:30 p.m. and May 2 at 2 p.m.

Tickets: buy-tickets-online

The Food for Thought Foundation is holding a plant sale from April 24–25 in Forestville. Plants include tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, kale, corn, cosmos, and many more vegetables. All proceeds will benefit Food for Thought, which serves healthy food to 3,000 Sonoma County residents living with serious illnesses. Their services include healthy groceries, prepared meals, and nutrition counseling. The organization also belongs to the California Food is Medicine Coalition, an association of nonprofit organizations that provide healthy meals to people with serious illnesses. For more information, please contact Kathleen Haack, the communications director of Food for Thought, at [email protected]

Information: events-list/2021/4/17/fft-gardens-plant-sale

Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is open

Visit the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art (SVMA) for free through April 30. The current exhibition, “Travel Log,” features a collection of photographs, lithographs, and prints by the American artist Ed