Plenty To Do In Sonoma County As Winter Winds Down
As the holiday season comes to a wrap, many of us are still adjusting back into work mode. Weekend getaways are a great way to give yourself something to look forward to. If you find yourself planning a visit to Wine Country, winter can be the perfect time to stay. There are less crowds and more time to enjoy all the food and wine in Sonoma County.
Start your New Year off with a Laugh: The Big Fat Year-End Kiss-Off Comedy Show appears at the Sebastiani Theatre at 7 PM January 4th. Will Durst and his band of pranksters feature riotous skits, songs, sketches and stand up. If comedy strikes your fancy, be sure to check this show out on Friday. Check out: https://www.sebastianitheatre.com/event-blog/2017/12/5/big-fat-year-end-comedy-kiss-off-show for more details.
The Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is hosting Infinite Blue by Streetcolor. Internationally known for her textile “yarnbombing”, this artist will be taking over the museum through January 6th, so be sure to check out this invigorating colorful thread exhibit before it has closed its doors for the season. Visit https://svma.org/exhibitions/infinite-blue-sept-2018 to explore this art experience.
Songwriter, singer, entertainer, John McCutcheon appears in concert at the Sebastiani Theater January 14th at 7:30 PM. The talent has been compared to legend Johnny Cash who called him “the most impressive instrumentalist I’ve ever heard”. Watch him live as he switches skillfully from banjo to guitar, jaw harp, fiddle, auto harp and piano. For tickets- visit: https://www.sebastianitheatre.com/event-blog/2018/12/5/john-mccutcheon
Exercise for a great cause- John’s March Against Stomach Cancer will make its way to the Sonoma Raceway for its 7th annual course. Raise funds for No Stomach For Cancer and enjoy a symbolic march around the 2.52 mile road course, Sunday, January 20th. To participate, go to the link: http://www.crowdrise.com/johnsmarch2018
Sonoma county is joined by Martha Redbone-Bone Hill: The Concert January 24th at the Green Music Center at Sonoma State University. Known for her voice in American Roots music, Redbone brings a synergy between her gospel and Cherokee/Choctaw culture backgrounds, as she tells her family’s story through her unique music style. For more information about this concert, check out- https://gmc.sonoma.edu/event/3769624-martha-redbone-i-bone-hill-the
We wish you many adventures in 2019 and hope to see you soon!