This week’s action
Tuesday (1/22) it’s Bluesy Tuesday with Levi Lloyd and friends at 8 p.m. at Aubergine. Free admission and if you play blues, join the jam. Aubergine is at 755 Petaluma Ave., Sebastopol. Go to auberginecafe.com for information.
Science Buzz Café is holding a special Wednesday (1/23) session at French Garden Restaurant at 7 p.m. Joan Marler will give a presentation of Archaeomytholgy and the work of Marija Gimbutas. French Garden is at 8050 Bodega Ave. in Sebastopol. Go to sciencebuzzcafe.org for information. Cost is $5.
Science Buzz Café holds its regular Thursday night meeting (1/24) at 6:30 p.m. at Coffee Catz when Dr. Earl Herr does a presentation “The Origin and Evolution of Meaning: a Biological View”. The cost is $4. Coffee Catz is at 6167 Sebastopol Ave. in Sebastopol. Go to scincebuzzcafe.org for information.
A Friday Film Series at Occidental Center for the Arts that will run monthly for five months, opens Friday (1/25) at 7 p.m. It opens with a major premier. Get out your red carpet duds because there will be a red carpet and all that goes with it including champagne. The opening film is “Gateless Gate” an adventure fantasy based on the Tibetan wheel of life. Tickets are $10 at brownpapertickets.com or call 823-9392 for reservations.
Haute Flash Quartet plays its unique Django Gypsy jazz along with other music at the Sebastopol Library at 2 p.m. It’s free. The library is at the corner of High St. and Bodega Ave.
Analy High School Boosters are holding their first annual crab feed on Saturday (1/26) beginning at 3 p.m. It’s at Holy Ghost Hall 1101 Gravenstein Hwy. N. To get tickets for $55 go to analyboosters.org Support those Tigers!
Occidental Center for the Arts launches a new book “Footnotes” an anthology of 55 Sonoma County authors Sunday (1/27) at 4 p.m. Some of the authors will read their work. Meet the writers enjoy some refreshments. Admission is free. The center is at 3850 Doris Murphy Court in Occidental. Call 823-9392 for information.
There is a drum circle in Graton on Sunday afternoon from 4 to 5:15 p.m. at the Graton Community Club at the corner of Edison and Graton Rds. The cost is $5.