Weekend Planner

Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Here are some highlights


The Petaluma Women’s Chorus, under the direction of Melinda Moreaux-Valente, will be presenting Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater” with the Eloquence String Quartet on Good Friday, April at 8 pm at , 40 5th Street in Petaluma.

If you go: Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for general admission. The event will be an evening of reverence, chant and candlelight, a calm way to end a busy week. This is the first concert of the Petaluma Women’s Chorus under the direction of Melinda Moreaux-Valente since the passing of their beloved previous director, Nina Shuman in December of last year.

Saturday: Hike in Jack London State Historic Park.

Do you know Marv Guggemos, the intrepid Petaluman who runs of the town's most active Meetup groups? This weekend Marv's group, Sonoma County Outdoors, is heading to Glen Ellen for a moderately paced 8-10 mile hike in the Jack London Historic Park. It's a great way to get exercise and meet new friends!

If you go: You must register on the Meetup.com site and RSVP. (There are still spots left!) There is no cost, but you must bring water, snacks and a good attitude.


The Petaluma Film Alliance presents the third annual Film Fest Petaluma at the in downtown Petaluma. The fest will showcase three programs of internationally acclaimed and locally produced short films and will feature guest filmmakers in conversation immediately after each screening. Tickets can be purchased at and the Mystic Theatre. 

If you go:  The Film Fest takes place at the Mystic Theater, 23 Petaluma Blvd., Petaluma from 2:30 pm-midnight. Tickets are $10 for matinee doc shorts, $15 for prime time shorts, $10 for midnight shorts and $25 for a day pass.

Do you have a weekend event we didn’t list? Go ahead and add it to the events calendar to let everyone know other great stuff going on in the community. 


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