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Saturday, 9/22, 10am-3pm
Fall Festival: Sonoma Family Life Magazine is throwing their annual fall festival, serving as a one-stop shop for educational and recreational resources, entertainment, and products and services for families. There will also be a costume swap (just in time for Halloween!), performances, and a bike rodeo. Free. Finley Community Center. 2060 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa. sonomafamilylife.com
Much Ado About Sebastopol: The annual renaissance faire in Ives Park is back this weekend with two days of 16th century fun, games, food, and more. Come in costume (or come as you are) to experience a live action production of what life would have been like in the time of Queen Elizabeth. $7-$12 single day, $10-$20 both days. Under-6 free. 7400 Willow St., Sebastopol. muchadoaboutsebastopol.org
Saturday, 9/22, 10am-4pm
Sonoma County Book Festival: Book lovers of all kinds should definitely visit downtown Santa Rosa this weekend to hear live author readings, poetry slams, peruse bookseller booths, and meet local authors. Workshops and literary events will also take place in many of the downtown businesses. And this year’s children’s program includes several notable children’s authors, a scavenger hunt, live theater, and more. Free. Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa. socobookfest.org
Saturday, 9/22, 5-8 p.m.
BV Grange Spaghetti Dinner: Support the oldest grange in the United States at their infamous spaghetti dinner. Entertainment by accordion player Sheri Mignano gives an air of Italy, and there isn’t even a corkage fee if you bring your own wine! And the spaghetti is served with your choice of three delicious sauces – meat, pesto, or vegetarian. Enjoy a delicious meal with the family while raising funds for the upkeep of the Grange. $10. 4145 Grange Rd., Santa Rosa. bvgrange.org
For more, visit SantaRosaMom.com, or family blog The Village at village.blogs.pressdemocrat.com.
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