Here are some of our favorite events:
October 4- November 30 : Dia de Muertos Exhibition, Santa Rosa.
Celebrate the opening of our Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) exhibition! This visual feast combines traditional and modern ofrendas (altars) in the styles of Oaxaca and Michoacán. Special guest: Paula Linares Cruz, Consul for Cultural Affairs, Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco.
October 7: Santa Rosa High School Ag Boosters 5th Annual Harvest Moon Dinner, Forestville
Benefit for the Santa Rosa High School Ag Boosters, don’t miss this annual fundraiser benefiting the Santa Rosa High School Agriculture and FFA Program.
October 12: Daily Acts 9th Annual Ripple the World Breakfast Santa Rosa
This fundraising breakfast offers an opportunity to taste and learn about how individual contributions are a part of a large and tangible movement within Sonoma County and the world.
Explore Learn about Daily Acts sustainability programs and network 600+ of the North Bay’s top professionals, government officials, business owners, council members, students, teachers, farmers, gardeners, and citizen. Breakfast foods offered include fresh, local, seasonal, and mostly organic primarily donated by regional farms and businesses who support sustainable farming.
October 19-22: The 3rd Annual Alexander Valley Film Festival, Alexander Valley
This event brings diverse films, artists, educational and cultural enrichment programming to the community. The schedule includes 10 Narrative Features,
11 Documentary Features, 6 Short Films, and 2 Special Events. For a complete schedule, check details.
October 28: Third Annual Native American Arts Expo, Gualala
Traditional and contemporary Native American artists come together to showcase their art, share their stories, and educate visitors about the about the American Indian Art market and what it means to identify as “Native American” in today’s world. Discussions and presentations by exhibitors.
Literacy as art will be highlighted as Heyday Books of Berkeley will talk about and sell many of the works published by Native Americans from the northern California region. The event also includes with a concert by the Pomo Indian band “Black Horse Blues”.
Have a safe and happy October 2017!