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The new Picnic ’til Sundown at Jack London State Historic Park, a series of regular hikes, begins on Thursday, May 23. It takes off where last year’s popular Twilight Hike series left off.
Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR), a North Bay leader in conservation science, habitat protection and restoration and nature education, returns with the third annual Art of Eating fundraising event that celebrates the life, career and former home of food writer M.F.K. Fisher. The sumptuous food, wine and brews benefit will take place on Sunday, June 2, in Glen Ellen.
The regular offering of Old Time Radio Dinner Theater returns to Murphy’s Irish Pub this weekend with “The Adventures Of Phillip Marlowe, P. I.” The shows take place on Sunday and Monday, May 19 and 20, at 5:30 p.m.
Buena Vista Winery and the Sonoma-Tokaj Sister City Committee are preparing for the living history re-enactment of the 1863 double wedding of Attila and Arpad Haraszthy to Natalia and Jovita Vallejo. This momentous event in Sonoma’s history took place on June 1; 150 years and a day later the Haraszthys and Vallejos will return to life at Buena Vista Winery, along with their respective fathers: Count Agoston Haraszthy and Gen. Mariano Vallejo, and a host of supporting players.
Odd oyster alliance; McDonald’s lowers bar
Videos that showcase the fun and artistic events of the Valley
At Saddles Restaurant during the Olive Season celebration.
As per usual, the entire town of Sonoma heads to Murphy's Irish Pub to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day with green beer, live music and Irish fare.
Small farms in Sonoma are succeeding thanks to a growing demand for local, organic foods.
Locally produced eggs are in high demand
Dan Mora tosses pizza dough at Carneros Bistro
Gundlach Bundschu made their own food and wine during the Film Festival snea peek party.
Sonoma Valley's top chefs work in concert at Feast of the Olives From the Spring 2011 issue of SONOMA