On Friday, celebrate community and local food at Tara Firma’s Summer Barn Dance. Event features live music and dancing. $15 in advance/$20 at the door. 7-10pm
If you want to stay in town, check out WORK, Petaluma’s new co-working space. The business, located at 10 Fourth St., celebrates its grand opening Friday with custom cocktails, delicious “retro food”, vignettes by Vintage Style and a 60′s fashion show by Break out your own Mad-Men-inspired office or evening attire – you’ll fit right in with the decor. 6-9pm.
Also on Friday, Cinnabar Theater kicks off its newest production based on a play by N. Richard Nash and featuring music by Tom Jones.
The story is set in Texas and centered around Lizzie Curry whose life is turned upside down when she meets a charismatic rainmaker named Starbuck. Tickets $25. Show starts at 8pm.
On Saturday, it’s the Aqus Foundry Festival, a family-friendly event that pairs local music, neighbors and friends with an eclectic mix of vendors, food booths and beverage purveyors. Featuring four local bands set in an expanse of green space with the river as a backdrop.
Bring your lawn chairs, beach blankets, sun hats and slow down! 12-7pm at Foundry Wharf Business Park near First and H street. $15/admission and free for kids 12 and under.
If you’re a fan of the blues, you won’t want to miss Lagunitas’ Coahoma to Sonoma Mississippi Blues Festival from 12-8pm. Featuring sets by Lightin’ Malcolm and Watermelon Slim. Entrance to all-age show is free.
Want to see more? Check out Petaluma Patch’s events calendar, where you can see other local events and even post your own.