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Today's Events

Upcoming Events for Sonoma County

No matter if you're a first time visitor, return visitor, or you've lived here your whole life, there is always something new to discover around Sonoma. Events in Sonoma include festivals, farmers markets, winery events, outdoor celebrations, music concerts, art galleries, wine tours and more! Check out the upcoming events in Sonoma County for great and fun things to do!

To get your event on our list, email with "New Event" in the subject.

Upcoming Events

October

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Sonoma County Harvest Fair

Sonoma County Harvest Fair is a celebration of the local harvest featuring three full days of all-inclusive wine tasting with 150+ wineries, wine sales, food pairing, craft beer & cider tasting, marketplace, chef demonstrations and workshops, the World Championship Grape Stomp and much more. Make plans to join the fun and taste the best of Sonoma County!

Enjoy a sensational Grand Tasting experience at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair; Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 3-5, 2014. Previously the Grand Tasting event was only Friday evening, now you can enjoy all of the award winning wines and food all three days. With the addition of unique and educational demonstrations, a renewed focus on local and artisanal products and interactive tastings, this year's event is an exceptional celebration of Sonoma Countys finest and best-known products.

Times:
10:30am-5:30pm

Price:
$5

Location:
Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Website:
http://www.harvestfair.org/

Phone:
(707) 545-4200

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Annual Italian Country Harvest Party

Join the D'Argenzio Family for the 18th Annual Italian Country Harvest Party, where they celebrate family and friends, new and old. There will be an Italian feast, live music, dancing, and complimentary glasses of wine throughout the afternoon, evening, and into the night. They will be featuring many newly released wines, wine club exclusive wines, and limited edition wines to taste, enjoy, and purchase. Must RSVP by Saturday, Sept. 20.

Times:
3:00pm-9:00pm

Price:
$60

Location:
D'Argenzio Winery and Tasting Room

Website:
http://www.dargenziowine.com/

Phone:
(707) 546-2466

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Ty Caton Vineyards Barrel Tasting

Taste futures of 2013 vintage wines straight from the barrel & enjoy current release, award-winning wines paired with delicious food by chef Sandy! Have fun, listen to music, mingle with Ty and take advantage of huge discounts! Purchase tickets in advance for more savings!

Times:
11am - 4pm

Price:
$10 Advance/$15 At the door

Location:
Ty Caton Vineyards Winery

Website:
http://www.tycaton.com/

Phone:
(707) 938-3224

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Sonoma Valley Muse 2014

Sonoma Valley Muse is Sonoma Community Center's main fundraiser and annual tradition. Each year SCC honors a Sonoma citizen whose works have helped shape Sonoma into the town it now is. This year, SCC honors Mary Ellen Pleasant, the Mother of the civil rights movement in California and the designer and creator of the historic Beltane Ranch. The festivities, which include dinner, auction, and silent auction, will be held at the Beltane Ranch. 

Times:
6:00pm

Price:
TBA

Location:
Beltane Ranch

Website:
www.sonomacommunitycenter.org

Phone:
(707) 938-4626

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Petaluma International Film Festival

The Petaluma International Film Festival is an annual event showcasing the independent feature and short films from around the world. All films are in English or with English subtitles and are screened at Boulevard Cinemas.

Times:
All Day

Price:
TBA

Location:
Boulevard Cinemas

Website:
http://www.petalumafilmfestival.org/

Phone:
(415) 251-8433

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2014 Fort Ross Harvest Festival

The Fort Ross Harvest Festival will offer all sorts of food, including heirloom apples, apple cider, and apples in baked goods. You will also find great seasonal and local foods such as from food trucks or some great Sonoma cheese. You can also enjoy a horse and wagon ride, crafts, a cannon firing, dances, as well as a separately ticketed For Ross Seaview Wine Tasting and Luncheon.

Times:
10:00am - 5:00pm

Price:
TBA

Location:
Fort Ross State Historic Park

Website:
http://www.fortross.org/

Phone:
(707) 847-3437

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B.R. Cohn Summer Music Series: Beso Negro

Join B.R. Cohn Winery for local band Beso Negro rounding out the 2014 Summer Music Series! Beso Negro combines traditional Gypsy sounds with a vibrant modern sensibility and blues. Relax and picnic in the Olive Grove with delicious wine and items from our Gourmet Shop. The Summer Music Series celebrates diverse genres and highlights local bay area talent.

Times:
6:00pm-8:00pm

Price:
$30 for Club Members and $40 for general admission

Location:
B.R. Cohn Winery

Website:
www.brcohn.com

Phone:
(707) 938-4064

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Harvest Party

It’s our 16th harvest for Dutton-Goldfield, and our tasting room is celebrating! We’ll be featuring a special flight of wines for the day, paired deliciously with tasty bites from our friends at Bay Laurel Culinary. The wine and food flight is complimentary with your $150 wine purchase, otherwise $25 per person.

Times:
10:00am-4:30pm

Price:
TBA

Location:
Dutton-Goldfield Winery

Website:
http://www.duttongoldfield.com/

Phone:
(707) 823-3887

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Film Noir Party

More details coming soon!

Times:
TBA

Price:
TBA

Location:
Buena Vista Winery

Website:
www.sonomafilmfest.org

Phone:
(707) 933-2600

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11th Annual Harvest Festival at Robledo Winery

Celebrate Harvest with the blessing with the Grapes and Olives. Enjoy live Mariachi music, an Aztec dance performance, the official release of Robledo's new Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon with the youngest Robledo brother (Emiliano's) new label, and their famous grape stomp competition! 

Times:
12:00pm-4:00pm

Price:
$65

Location:
Robledo Family Winery

Website:
www.robledofamilywinery.com

Phone:
(707) 939-6903

November

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Hike & Taste in the Vineyards at Kunde Winery

Join Sonoma Valley Docent Bill Myers on a fun, casual and up-close hike through the 1,850 acre volcanic and vertical Kunde Estate. This is a great opportunity to see sustainable winegrowing practices at work while taking in some of wine countrys most spectacular scenery. Bill's tours wind through the estates distinct eco-systems, each one uniquely contributing to the process of sustainable winegrowing. This moderately strenuous hike lasts approximately four hours. The hike will also conclude at the Tasting Room, where invigorated hikers can sample Kundes hand crafted estate-grown wines.

Times:
10:00am-1:00pm

Price:
$30

Location:
Kunde Winery

Website:
http://www.kunde.com/events

Phone:
(707) 282-1531

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Thanksgiving Dinner at Depot Hotel

Four-course Thanksgiving Dinner with fireside and garden view dining available.

Times:
12:00pm-7:00pm

Price:
$35-$48

Location:
Depot hotel

Website:
http://www.depotsonoma.com/Depot-Menu.html

Phone:
(707) 938-2980

March

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Sonoma International Film Festival 2015

Now in its 18th year, the Sonoma International Film Festival (March 25-29, 2015) takes place in the heart of Northern California’s Wine Country and features more than 90 hand-selected films including independent features, documentaries, world cinema, shorts and a showcase of Spanish language films. All films are shown at intimate venues within walking distance on Sonoma’s historic plaza. The Festival is dedicated to promoting independent film, supporting filmmakers around the world and inspiring film lovers.

Times:
Daily

Price:
Varies

Location:
Sonoma Plaza, Sonoma CA 95476

Website:
http://www.sonomafilmfest.org/home.html

Phone:
707-933-2600

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