Best Things to Do in the North Bay This November

Looking to fill a couple hours of your day while in the North Bay? With so many offerings in the area, weve curated five of the top events this month so you dont have to. Less researching and more enjoying your time in the area. Enjoy!

Featured Photo: Todd Diemer
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Planet Earth Fights Back

THRU November 7

Through a set of new works, experimental artist Phyllis Thelen demonstrates our precarious perch on earth and explores our power to fight back while celebrating Our Mother and only terrestrial home.

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Photo: Courtesy of American Society of Botanical Artists

Botanical Art

THRU November 28

The Marin Art & Garden Center showcases 45 floral works from artists representing the US, France, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and the UK, among others, plus a presentation of the second installment of the Mt. Tam Florilegium project. 

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November 11 – December 19

In partnership with Ross Valley Players, Mountain Play is reviving the Arthurian classic at The Barn Theater in Ross. The long-lived legend is explored anew through song (who could ever forget The Lusty Month of May”?) and the fate of the kingdom seems to hang on the fate of a love triangle between Guenevere, Arthur and his trusty knight, Lancelot. 

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Big Brother & the Holding Company

November 13

Though classics like Piece of my Heart” and Ball and Chain” are sure to be a part of a live show, the band that launched Janis Joplins career will sing new material, too.

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Photo: Courtesy of Bryan Ledgard

Loudon Wainwright III

November 18

The self-mocking folk and country singer best known for Dead Skunk (in the Middle of the Road)” drops by HopMonk in Novato for a live show.

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The White Album

November 27

The 1968 double album that changed the publics understanding of the original mop-topped boy band and brought the world Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” goes big – it is scored for a 40-piece rock orchestra, with a rhythm section, strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, choir and special guest vocalists.

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