Join Kelliann & Danielle for a weekend at Orr Hot Springs! A celebration of spring, with lots of warm yoga & time to soak in the hot springs
Spinning circle 1:00 pm-2:00 pm, Knitting circle 2:00 pm-4:30 pm
Gualala Arts and the Whale & Jazz Festival Series present “Jazz Meets Classical” a special concert event Sunday, April 2, at 4:00 p.m. The concert features four outstanding talents: violinist Mads Tolling, pianist Miles Graber, guitarist Dave MacNab, and harpist Anna Maria Mendieta.
Art Night Wednesday, April 5, 2023 4:30 pm - 6:45 pm
Make us one of your stops on the Ukiah First Friday Art Walk in April. Check out our current exhibition, The Curious World of Seaweed, organized and traveled by Exhibit Envoy, with additions from the collections of the Grace Hudson Museum.
Larain Matheson returns to the Dolphin Gallery for a new exhibit titled “Encaustic Art: Exploring the Seen and the Unseen”. The exhibit opens Saturday, April 8 and continues through Sunday, April 30, 2023. A reception is scheduled for Saturday, April 8 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Join us for our annual "Glow in the Dark" Easter Egg Hunt and Open Mic Night! Over 200 eggs will be hidden in the backyard. There will be a variety of prizes (2 - $50 prize eggs, drinks, shirts, hats, candy....and some fun "Adult" prizes).
“Hold On To Your Dreams; Homage to the Musical Legacy of Gil Scott-Heron”, as artist Jeanie Dooha describes, is an exhibit illustrating Gil’s songs. In addition, the exhibit will include two portraits by guest artist Rolayn Tauben.
“LIGHT AND DARK – The Pulse of Life” is a new exhibit featuring the works of Doug Volz. The exhibit opens at Gualala Arts’ Coleman Hall Friday, April 14, 2023. “Light and Dark” continues through Sunday, May 7.
April 15 and May 7, 2023, 4 pm to 6 pm. Burnett Gallery at Gualala Arts. Check back for more information.
Join us at the Redwood Empire Fairgrounds, April 19th 2023 for a series of presentations and industry trade show updating you on the state of the Mendocino County wine industry and the innovations that will drive the future of our operations.
On their California Spring Tour April 27th at 7 pm
The 25th Annual Legendary Boonville Beer Festival! “The bahlest steinber hornin’ chiggrul gormin’ tidrick in the heelch of the Boont Region!” NO CASH SALES DAY OF – ONLY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE. BRING your TICKETS – they are emailed to you when you order. There will be no one at the brewery to help as they are all at the fairgrounds. There are NO refunds. If you cannot attend – you are donating to the area non-profits and they thank you!
Welcome to the 25th Annual Legendary Boonville Beer Festival!
This Summit will include: Amazing keynote presenters, delicious catered food, and a community of support and belonging! Don't miss it!!
Reserve a tent at Mendocino Grove for the wedding weekend!
SNWMF returns to the Mendocino County Fair Grounds this summer. For more information, follow them on facebook. Please note: the AVBC Beer Park will not be available for camping during the festival.
Calling all wine lovers! SAVE THE DATE: June 17, 2023 we will be hosting our 2nd annual Summer Celebration! This event is about bringing together our winegrowing community, a celebration of friends, great food and wines, and the good life here in Mendocino County.
Gather with a group of women for a week-long retreat during the summer solstice, a beautiful and nourishing time of expanded light and long days. Join us as we renew and reclaim our own innate strength to inhabit our lives with confidence, trust, compassion and wisdom.
From nori to giant kelp, from bull kelp to surfgrass and eelgrass, seaweed is explored in this exhibition organized and traveled by Exhibit Envoy.
For Suzanne Dunn, the Sonoma/Mendocino coast is a place of peace. “From this place l create abstract and expressive atmospheric landscape paintings & ceramics inspired by our North Pacific Coast and the surrounding landscape.
A remarkable variety of talent and artistic expression will be on display in the Burnett Gallery and the Elaine Jacob Foyer, with art created by students from kindergarten through high school. The collection, as always, will be thought provoking, inspirational, and will certainly bring a smile to your face.
Beginning and continuing students will learn the ancient and dynasty-old traditions of Chinese Brush Painting, including grinding your own Sumi Ink, loading the ink onto your Calligraphy Brush, and applying the Brush Strokes to rice paper, to create Bamboo and Flowers and more. Students will also learn Chinese symbolism & philosophy of this serene style of painting.
Gualala Arts and Fred Adler have been working on a wonderful new series of events. Check back for more information and ticket availability.
This 5 night/6 day intensive workshop is designed for licensed and pre-licensed therapists and anyone working in the helping professions.
An experiential training in engaging the nature for healing for anyone working in a helping profession who cares about the environment.