101 Things To Eat, Drink & Do in Sonoma County

Accentuate the positive and downplay the negative with our list of 101 must-dos in Sonoma County. 

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Savvy on First in Cloverdale. (Chelsea Kurnick)

1. Check out Cloverdale!

2. Munch scones at Wild Flour Bakery in Freestone, crunch toast at Petaluma’s Della Fattoria or select from the Pugliese loaves at Raymond’s Bakery in Cazadero.

Toast at Della Fattoria in Petaluma. (Phot
Toast at Della Fattoria in Petaluma. (Beth Schlanker)

3. Speed your car (lawfully) at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma…

4. …Or race miniature model cars on slotted tracks, steered by hand-held controllers at Slot Car Raceway in Rohnert Park.

A driver heats up his tires for more traction at the starting line during Wednesday Night Drags at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California, on Wednesday, April 13, 2016. (Alvin Jornada / The Press Democrat)
A driver heats up his tires for more traction at the starting line during Wednesday Night Drags at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma. (Alvin Jornada)

5. Watch whales at Bodega Head.

Whale watching at Bodega Head. For this one, the waiting comes at the mercy of the whales. However, once you see just one pod travel through, the waiting is worthwhile. The peak months for whale watching are January through May. See more info at bodegabay.com (Christopher Chung/ The Press Democrat)
The peak months for whale watching are January through May. (Christopher Chung)

6. Sample Wine Country cocktails at County Bench in Santa Rosa.

Mixologist Paul Ammerman at County Bench in Santa Rosa. (Photo by John Burgess)
Mixologist Paul Ammerman at County Bench in Santa Rosa. (John Burgess)

7. Behold Asian plant buds bursting, and the rare Acer Pentaphyllum thriving, at Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen.

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Lilies at Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen. (Joshua Dylan Mellars)

8. Learn about Sonoma’s rich history with a docent guided tour of Sonoma State Historic Park. 

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Mission San Francisco Solano in Sonoma. (Crista Jeremiason)

9. Sign up for a community supported agriculture (CSA) box full of fresh fruit and veggies.

ISO Seo, 3, of Sebastopol samples raspberries while picking up a weekly veggie box with his mother at the Laguna Farm CSA in Sebastopol. (JOHN BURGESS/The Press Democrat) food John Burgess
ISO Seo, 3, of Sebastopol samples raspberries while picking up a weekly veggie box with his mother at the Laguna Farm CSA in Sebastopol. (John Burgess)

10. Snap a selfie in front of the Sonoma map/art at the Fremont Diner in Sonoma.

11. Ogle classic cars as they cruise historic downtown Petaluma at the “Salute to American Graffiti.”

12. Re-inspire your garden with a visit to The Gardener in Healdsburg.

The Gardener Healdsburg. (Photo by Caitlin McCaffrey)
The Gardener Healdsburg. (Caitlin McCaffrey)

13. Glide your bike coast side on Coleman Valley Road in Occidental.

Coleman Valley Road. (Photo by Kent Porter)
Coleman Valley Road. (Kent Porter)

14. Devour a traditional all-beef wiener dog at Roy’s Chicago Dogs at the Yard in Petaluma.

15. View a local indie film, or submit your own, at the Sonoma International Film Festival.

16. See Sonoma from above at Hood Mountain in Santa Rosa.

17. Farm tour “natural process agriculture” at Green String Farm in Petaluma.

Green String Farm offers free tours every Saturday, but visitors are welcome to stop by anytime.
Green String Farm offers free tours every Saturday, but visitors are welcome to stop by anytime.

18. Pat the miniature pony out for his morning walk along the Sonoma Plaza.

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Peanut Butter, a tiny horse, is a big hit in Sonoma. (Kent Porter)

19. Cut the rug at a Sebastopol Grange dance party.

20. Take in the beauty of the Sonoma landscape, free falling at 120 mph, with NorCal Skydiving.

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21. Experience tulips and daffodils flowering in spring at Ferrari Carano Vineyards and Winery in Healdsburg.

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Tulips at Ferrari Carano Vineyards and Winery in Healdsburg.

22. Float the Russian River by raft, canoe, rowboat or inner tube.

People float down the Russian River by various methods of transport towards Johnson's Beach in Guerneville, California on Sunday, September 6, 2015. (Alvin Jornada
People float down the Russian River by various methods of transport towards Johnson’s Beach in Guerneville. (Alvin Jornada)

23. Take in a concert from the Green Music Center lawn in Rohnert Park.

24. Sample wines while picnicking at Sonoma’s Bartholomew Park.

The Bartholomew Park mansion. (Photo courtesy of Bartholomew Park)
The Bartholomew Park mansion. (Photo courtesy of Bartholomew Park)

25. Fulfill your fruit and farm animal fix at Gravenstein Apple Fair in Sebastopol.

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26. Celebrate Petaluma heritage with a counterculture steampunk vibe at the Rivertown Revival Festival.

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Rivertown Revival Festival in Petaluma. (John Burgess)

27. Sail Spring Lake in Santa Rosa.

28. Go “clubbing” at The Lounge at La Rosa Tequileria & Grille in Santa Rosa.

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The Lounge at La Rosa Tequileria & Grille in Santa Rosa.

29. Whiff lavender scents in June at Matanzas Creek Winery, Lavender Bee Farm or Sonoma Lavender.

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Lavender fields at Matanza’s Creek Winery.

30. Celebrate independence day with one of the best 4th of July parades in the country in Sonoma.

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31. Lace up your trainers to run the Santa Rosa Marathon, Half Marathon or 5K.

32. Imbibe the vaudeville spectacle at Lagunitas Brewing’s Beer Circus in Petaluma.

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Lagunitas Brewing’s Beer Circus in Petaluma. (Beth Schlanker)

33. Support locally produced food and see some fun agrarian games at Farmer Olympics.

Ariel Scholten takes the lead for the girls in the Compost Wheelbarrow race at the Farmer Olympics at the Petaluma Fairgrounds on Saturday. (John Burgess
Ariel Scholten takes the lead for the girls in the Compost Wheelbarrow race at the Farmer Olympics.(John Burgess)

34. Feast on Sonoma County Fair funnel cakes.

Once a year, funnel cakes at the Sonoma County Fair are available. The lines for these deep fried treats can sometimes be longer than the ride lines, but just one bite is powdered-sugar heaven. The 2016 fair will be from July 22 to Aug. 7. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat)
Once a year, funnel cakes at the Sonoma County Fair are available. The lines for these deep fried treats can sometimes be longer than the ride lines, but just one bite is powdered-sugar heaven. (Kent Porter)

35. Make your own u-pick BLT at the Zazu/Black Piglet pop-up, and sip some Pinot, at Davis Family Vineyards in Healdsburg.

BLTs off the vine? Black Piglet in Healdsburg opens for the summer at Davis Family Winery.
BLTs off the vine? Black Piglet pop-up opens for the summer at Davis Family Winery in Healdsburg.

36. Enjoy the best of Broadway with The Transcendence Theater Company at Jack London State Historic Park.

Transcendence Theatre Company Gathers Broadway Fans Under the Stars
Transcendence Theatre Company gather Broadway fans under the stars in Glen Ellen. (Alvin Jornada)

37. Make a splash at Healdsburg Water Carnival and Wine Barrel Racing on the Russian River.

A replica of the original swan, constructed partially of recycled water bottles is floated downstream with Mr. Healdsburg, Tejpal Singh Sekhon, Saturday July 23, 2011 during the Healdsburg Water Carnival. (Kent Porter
A replica of the original swan, constructed partially of recycled water bottles is floating downstream with Mr. Healdsburg, Tejpal Singh Sekhon, during the Healdsburg Water Carnival. (Kent Porter)

38. Celebrate diverse international flavors and cultures at the Fort Ross Festival.

Fort Ross Festival.
Russian dancers demonstrate ethnic dancing during the Fort Ross State Park’s Bicentennial celebration. (Kent Porter)

39. Tour scenic Highway 12 or Watmaugh Road and stop for fresh, sweet and summer warm, strawberries.

A bucolic scene on Highway 12 in the Valley of the Moon; and oft photographed barn, Wednesday Nov. 18, 2015. (Kent Porter
A bucolic scene on Highway 12 in the Valley of the Moon. (Kent Porter)
Sonoma strawberries. (Photo by Chris Hardy)
Fresh and sweet Sonoma strawberries. (Chris Hardy)

40. Indulge in funky-looking fruit, and other heritage food, at the National Heirloom Exposition at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.

Shawna Kelly of the east bay holds a gete-oskosomin squash grown from ancient found seeds at the 2015 National Heirloom Exposition at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. (JOHN BURGESS / The Press Democrat)
Shawna Kelly of the east bay holds a gete-oskosomin squash grown from ancient found seeds at the National Heirloom Exposition at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. (John Burgess)

41. Quaff a cold beer at Ernie’s Tin Bar/auto garage in Petaluma – and get a free ride home.

Owner Ernie Altenreuther, left, talks with regulars at the bar. (Photo by Conner Jay)
Owner Ernie Altenreuther, left, talks with regulars at Ernie’s Tin Bar in Petaluma. (Conner Jay)

42. Provision cheeses, artisan breads, fresh fruits and vegetables and pair them with fine wines at the Valley of the Moon farmer’s market for a picnic on Sonoma Plaza’s lawn.

43. Wine taste around Sonoma Plaza, by bike.

44. Spend a night high in a treehouse.

Located in a eucalyptus grove a stone’s throw from Petaluma, this treehouse is nestled securely in a multi-trunked 110-foot tree.
The Swallowtail Treehouse, nestled securely in a multi-trunked 110-foot Eucalyptus tree in Petaluma, is one of several treehouses available for rent in Sonoma County.

45. Toss your shoes and stomp grapes at the Harvest Fair at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.

(Photo by Beth Schlanker)
Grape stomp at the Harvest Fair. (Photo by Beth Schlanker)

46. Go “glamping” in the Sonoma Serengeti at Safari West in Santa Rosa.

Interior of a luxury tent. (Photo courtesy of Hotels.com)
Interior of a luxury tent at Safari West. (Photo courtesy of hotels.com)
Safari West giraffe love. (Photo by John Burgess)
Safari West giraffe love. (John Burgess)

47. Commune with ribald spirits and soak up the country charm of iconic Sonoma roadhouses, like Washoe House or Twin Oaks Roadhouse

The Washoe House in Petaluma. (Chris Hardy)
The Washoe House in Petaluma. (Chris Hardy)
The fried chicken sandwich, Thursday Dec. 8, 2016 at the Twin Oaks Road House in Penngrove. (Photo by Kent Porter)
The fried chicken sandwich at the Twin Oaks Road House in Penngrove. (Kent Porter)

48. Ascend to float lightly in a hot air balloon over Wine Country vineyards. 

A hot air balloon ascends over Windsor at dawn. (Kent Porter)
A hot air balloon ascends over Windsor at dawn. (Kent Porter)
A hot air balloon floats over Windsor vineyards. (Kent Porter)
A hot air balloon floats over Windsor vineyards. (Kent Porter)

49. Browse the 15th to 19th-century culinary books at Ben Kinmont Bookseller in Sebastopol.

50. Spend a day at Lake Sonoma by hiking around the lake, boating or viewing the lake from above. 

Lake Sonoma Photo by Crista Jeremiason.
Lake Sonoma. (Crista Jeremiason)

51. Peruse and purchase local art at the Sonoma Plein Air Festival.

52. Shop handmade dolls and wood toys at Circle of Hands in Sebastopol.

 Christine Schreier, right, helps customer Christine Badura in the recently opened store Circle of Hands - a Waldorf Collective, in Sebastopol on Friday afternoon, March 2, 2012. Christopher Chung
Christine Schreier, right, helps customer Christine Badura at Circle of Hands – a Waldorf Collective, in Sebastopol. (Christopher Chung)

53. Get down and muddy at mountain bike mecca Annadel State Park in Santa Rosa.

Annadel State Park in Santa Rosa is a mountain biker's mecca. (Photo by Erik Castro)
Annadel State Park in Santa Rosa is a mountain biker’s mecca. (Erik Castro)

54. Roll bocce balls and enjoy wood-fired pizza at Campo Fina in Healdsburg.

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Bocce ball players at Campo Fina in Healdsburg.

55. Stroll historic Petaluma houses on the Heritage Homes and Landmarks Tour.

56. Sip local craft beer, furry friend at your feet, at dog-friendly Fogbelt Brewing in Santa Rosa.

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Dog-friendly Fogbelt Brewing in Santa Rosa.

57. Examine Japanese prints at Ren Brown Collection Fine Art Gallery in Bodega Bay.

58. Learn to play ukulele, mandolin or guitar at Tall Toad Music in Petaluma and check out their vintage instruments.

A variety of guitars on display at Tall Toad Music on Wednesday, April 20, 2011, in Petaluma, California. (BETH SCHLANKER/ The Press Democrat)
A variety of guitars on display at Tall Toad Music in Petaluma. (Beth Schlanker)

59. Take a West County trip and brunch at Estero Cafe in Valley Ford.

Cinnamon French toast made from Village Bakery brioche topped with butter, fresh whipped cream, organic raspberries and real maple syrup with orange slices, sparkling wine and a cappuccino at Estero Cafe in Valley Ford, California on Wednesday, January 27, 2016. (Alvin Jornada / The Press Democrat)
Cinnamon French toast made from Village Bakery brioche topped with butter, fresh whipped cream, organic raspberries and real maple syrup with orange slices, sparkling wine and a cappuccino at Estero Cafe in Valley Ford. (Alvin Jornada)

60. Taste the best Mexican food in Sonoma County at El Roy’s Taco Truck in Petaluma.

El Roy's Mexican Grill has been voted the best food truck in Sonoma County. (Christopher Chung/ The Press Democrat)
El Roy’s Mexican Grill has been voted the best food truck in Sonoma County. (Christopher Chung)

61. Attain cedar enzyme zen at Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary in Freestone.

Osmosis Day Spa & Sanctuary in Freestone.
Osmosis Day Spa & Sanctuary in Freestone.

62. Study the 1,800 varieties of heirloom seeds at The Seed Bank in Petaluma.

Seed Bank in Petaluma on Tuesday, January 21, 2014. (Conner Jay
The Seed Bank in Petaluma. (Conner Jay)

63. Meet local artists and artisans, and see their work, at the Sonoma County Art Trails or in SOFA Artwalk

Artist Taunee Callahan flips through a magazine as she waits for people to visit her gallery during the SOFA Artwalk in Santa Rosa, on Sunday, August 2, 2015 .(BETH SCHLANKER/ The Press Democrat) SOFA Artwalk Beth Schlanker
Artist Taunee Callahan flips through a magazine as she waits for people to visit her gallery during the SOFA Artwalk in Santa Rosa. (Beth Schlanker)

64. Explore Jack London State Historic Park and the Valley of the Moon on horseback.

Triple Creek Horse Outfit offers guided horseback rides through Jack London State Historic Park.
Triple Creek Horse Outfit offers guided horseback rides through Jack London State Historic Park.

65. Browse the fiction, vinyl, CD and crafts selection at Levin & Company in Healdsburg.

66. Grab a bunch of Buttermilk Onion Rings at Backyard in Forestville.

Onion rings at Backyard in Forestville.
Buttermilk onion rings at Backyard in Forestville.

67. Bring the kids, and your inner child, to a Halloween stroll along McDonald Avenue, passing the Mableton Mansion, in Santa Rosa.

Mermaids cheer as Peter Pan makes Captain Hook walk the plank during Halloween at the McDonald Mansion in Santa Rosa. (Photo by Alvin Jornada)
Mermaids cheer as Peter Pan makes Captain Hook walk the plank during Halloween at the McDonald Mansion in Santa Rosa. (Alvin Jornada)

68. Line-up with thousands of bike nerds for Levis Granfondo

7500 bicycle riders crowd the start of Levi Leipheimers King Ridge Gran Fondo, Saturday Oct. 1, 2011 at Finley Park in Santa Rosa.
7500 bicycle riders crowd the start of Levi Leipheimers King Ridge Gran Fondo. (Kent Porter)

69. …Or queue with hundreds of beer acolytes for the latest Pliny the Younger release.

Beer enthusiasts from around the world line up for the annual debut of Russian River Brewing Company's Pliny the Younger. (John Burgess)
Beer enthusiasts from around the world line up for the annual debut of Russian River Brewing Company’s Pliny the Younger. (John Burgess)

70. Fly a kite on Doran Beach and then warm up with a cup of clam chowder at Spud Point in Bodega Bay.

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Fly a kite on Doran Beach.
Clam chowder at Spud Point in Bodega.
Clam chowder at Spud Point in Bodega Bay.

71. Gather four friends and a one-day pass at Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville for poolside fun.

The Francis Ford Coppola Winery pool.
The Francis Ford Coppola Winery pool in Geyserville.
 Swimming Under the Stars at Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville. (Alvin Jornada)
Swimming Under the Stars at Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville. (Alvin Jornada)

72. Jazz it up the speakeasy way with a live gig at the Big Easy in Petaluma.

Wayne De La Cruz preforms with his band at The Big Easy bar and night club in Petaluma, Calif. Friday, March 20. The Big Easy bills itself as an underground restaurant & jazz club located in a Historic Downtown Petaluma in American Alley. Jeremy Portje
Wayne De La Cruz preforms with his band at The Big Easy bar and night club in Petaluma. 
(Jeremy Portje)

73. Browse Life Magazine’s decades and other vintage treasures at Whistlestop Antiques in Santa Rosa.

A mural of a steam engine on the side of Whistlestop Antiques serves as the defacto entrance to the Historic Railroad Square district in Santa Rosa. (Kent Porter / The Press Democrat)
A mural of a steam engine on the side of Whistlestop Antiques serves as the defacto entrance to the Historic Railroad Square district in Santa Rosa. (Kent Porter)

74. Take a beekeeping, cheesemaking, fermenting, ramen-making, or pickling class at the SHED in Healdsburg.

A bowl of homemade ramen soup topped with sliced pork belly, bok choy, maitake mushrooms, scallions, chives, nori (dried seaweed), an yuzu wedge, and sesame seeds, at a ramen workshop at SHED in Healdsburg, on Sunday, October 30, 2016. (BETH SCHLANKER/
A bowl of homemade soup at a ramen workshop at SHED in Healdsburg. (Beth Schlanker)

75. Have cannoli at Canetti Roadhouse in Forestville.

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Cannoli at Canneti Roadhouse in Forestville.

76. Zip line above redwoods and deep ravines with Sonoma Canopy Tours near Occidental.

Sarah Chou, an intern with the Careers in Science program, lets out a yell as she careens down a zipline at the ropes course in Eldridge, near Glen Ellen.
Sarah Chou lets out a yell as she careens down a zipline. (Christopher Chung)

77. Sip a cup of coffee and catch a movie at Rio Theater in Monte Rio.

Rio Theater in Monte Rio. (Alvin Jornada)
Rio Theater in Monte Rio. (Alvin Jornada)

78. Have an arts & crafts cocktail day at the Gallery Bar at Barndiva in Healdsburg.

Barndiva Gallery Bar in Healdsburg.
Barndiva Gallery Bar in Healdsburg.

79. Take an evening walk along Florence Avenue in Sebastopol to see a selection of Patrick Amiot’s sculpture junk art. 

Patrick Amiot’s distinctive sculptures decorate his neighbors’ yards on Florence Avenue in Sebastopol. Photographed on April 7, 2014, for the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Sonoma Home+Garden magazine. CREDIT: Rebecca Chotkowski
Patrick Amiot’s distinctive sculptures decorate yards on Florence Avenue in Sebastopol. (Rebecca Chotkowski)

80. Sample farm fresh gourmet food on the porch at the Dry Creek General Store in Healdsburg.

81. Have a cream-filled cronut at Bright Bear Bakery in Petaluma.

Cronuts, morning bun, croissants, and other pastries from Bright Bear Bakery in Petaluma. Heather Irwin/PD
Cronuts, morning bun, croissants, and other pastries from Bright Bear Bakery in Petaluma. (Heather Irwin)

82. Spend some solitary time among gentle giants at The Grove of Old Trees in Occidental.

Grove of Old Trees, Occidental. (John Burgess)
Grove of Old Trees, Occidental. (John Burgess)

83. Browse the vintage and rare vinyls at The Last Record Store in Santa Rosa.

84. Settle your stage nerves with 1/2 off drinks, then sing your heart out at Stout Brother’s Karaoke Night in Santa Rosa.

85. Have a pour-over with a punch, then while away the hours playing boardgames at Brew in Santa Rosa.

There's more to brew than coffee and beer - there's also plenty of boardgames and Tuesday Night trivia. (Heather Irwin)
There’s more to brew than coffee and beer – there’s also plenty of boardgames and Tuesday Night trivia. (Heather Irwin)

86. Treat Fifi or Fido (and yourself) to a feast at Howard’s Station Cafe in Occidental.

87. Winter camp, away from the summer crowds, on a Sonoma Coast beach.

Tent campsite. (Photo courtesy of parks.ca.gov)
Tent campsite Bodega Dunes Campground. (Photo courtesy of parks.ca.gov)

88. Play cribbage with bartender Helga at time-warp watering hole Andresen’s Tavern in Petaluma.

89. Salsa on Sundays at Flamingo Conference Resort and Spa in Santa Rosa.

90. Sip Melon & Mint Gin at Hellocello & Prohibition Spirits at Cornerstone Sonoma.

91. Stock up on spiritual supplies and magic potions at Lucky Mojo in Forestville.

Shop for magic potions at Lucky Mojo Curio Co. in Forestville ( Beth Schlanker)
Shop for magic potions at Lucky Mojo Curio Co. in Forestville ( Beth Schlanker)

92. Grow your whiskers – or check out other masterful mustaches – at Petaluma’s Whiskerino contest.

Aarne Bielefeldt of Willits wears his "octo-beard" with his wife Rita wearing her Whiskerina beard made of gears during the 58th annual Bill Soberanes Memorial Petaluma Whiskerino, at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, California on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Alvin Jornada / The Press Democrat) Whiskerino Alvin Jornada
Aarne Bielefeldt of Willits wears his “octo-beard” during the Whiskerino contest in Petaluma. (John Burgess)

93. View Bodega Bay by the fireside, Sonoma wine in hand, at Drake’s Fireside Lounge.

Drakes Fireside Lounge at the Bodega Bay Lodge.
Drakes Fireside Lounge at the Bodega Bay Lodge.

94. Spend a day reminiscing and reading Peanuts strips at Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa.

95. Sip Pinot Noirs in the huge Adirondack chair at Holdredge Wines in Healdsburg.

(Photo by John Burgess)
Adirondack chair at Holdredge Wines in Healdsburg. (John Burgess)

96. Enjoy modernist architecture and rugged coastal landscape at The Sea Ranch.

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Condominium One, Sea Ranch. (Chris Hardy)

97. Get a Mad Men worthy vintage dress, or a tapered classic suit, at Hot Couture in Santa Rosa.

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Hot Couture Vintage Fashion in Santa Rosa is

98. Chase waterfalls at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in Kenwood.

Waterfalls at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. (Photo by John Burgess)
Waterfalls at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. (John Burgess)

99. Holiday shop at women-owned West County artisan stores, then finish with a few scoops of ice cream at Nimble & Finn’s in Guerneville.

Commerce Fine Goods in Guerneville.
Commerce Fine Goods inside the Guerneville Bank Club. (Photo courtesy of Commerce Fine Goods)
Nimble and Finn's Ice Cream. (Photo courtesy of Nimble & Finn's)
Nimble and Finn’s Ice Cream. (Photo courtesy of Nimble & Finn’s)

100. Get in the holiday spirit by watching some lighted tractors (Geyserville), couches (Santa Rosa), boats (Petaluma) and snowmen (Sonoma).

Lighting of the Snowmen Holiday Festival at Cornerstone Sonoma, December 3.
Lighting of the Snowmen Holiday Festival at Cornerstone Sonoma.

101. …and, in case you’re worried about any accumulations of carbs and Cabs, enjoy Sonoma’s great outdoors by hiking all the regional parks!HIKE_FOOTHILL_3

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