Best Things To Do in Sonoma County This November

Looking to fill a couple hours of your day while in Sonoma Wine Country? With so many offerings in the area, we’ve curated the top events this month so you don’t have to. Less researching and more having fun. Enjoy!

Featured Photo: Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau

sonoma-the spark of schulz-800x450-courtesy of Charles M. Schulz Museum
Photo: Courtesy of Charles M. Schulz Museum

The Spark of Schulz: A Centennial Celebration

Now through March 12 2023

November 26, 2022, marks the 100th birthday of the cartoonist behind the beloved Peanuts Gang. The Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa is celebrating with an exhibition, book, USPS commemorative stamps, and much more.

More info: schulzmuseum.org

sonoma-wine and food affair-800x450-Courtesy of Wine and Food Affair
Photo: Courtesy of Wine and Food Affair

24th Annual Wine & Food Affair

November 4 – 6

A weekend of wine and food pairings at 50 Sonoma County wineries. There are also a number of wine dinners and receptions to choose from. Tickets are limited, so act fast!

More info: wineroad.com

sonoma-lighting of sonoma plaza-800x450-Courtesy of Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau
Photo: Courtesy of Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau

Lighting of the Sonoma Plaza

November 19

Thousands of bright lights help kick off the holidays at the historic Sonoma Plaza.

More info: sonomavalley.com

sonoma-petaluma holiday-800x450-courtesy of Petaluma Holiday Food and Fun
Photo: Courtesy of Petaluma Holiday Food and Fun

Petaluma Holiday Food & Fun Fair

November 22

Organized by family-owned and operated Barber Cellars winery, this indoor farmers market highlights local artisan food producers. Held at Hotel Petaluma, it’s free to attend, but tickets and time reservations are required.

More info: holidayfoodfair.com

sonoma-lighted tractor parade-800x450-courtesy of Rick Tang Photography
Photo: Courtesy of Rick Tang Photography

Geyserville Lighted Tractor Parade

November 26

The parade begins at 6:15pm, but you want to arrive by 5:30pm because Highway 128/Geyserville Avenue will be closed from 6pm to 8pm. Many shops, tasting rooms, and restaurants will be open before, during, and after the parade.

More info: visitgeyserville.com

Looking for more things to do in the area?

Visit our What to Do in Northern California page!

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