Events at Osmosis & in the Community 

30th Anniversary Celebration and Gong Ceremony

Tuesday November 11

The 11th of November marks the day in 1984 that we poured the foundation at the original Osmosis prototype 30 years ago. It is also the 25th anniversary of the first day of business at our location in Freestone!

We are immensely grateful to you, our loyal guests and extended family, and we are moved to look back at how far we've come together. We intend to continue this incredible journey with you for decades to come.

Celebrate these landmarks with us on Tuesday, November 11, in a deeply meditative Gong Ceremony. Space is limited and admission is $10, so call today to reserve your place at this harmonic event. Throughout that day we welcome all of you to enjoy hot apple cider and sumptuous soup, a perfect pairing for a crisp, colorful autumn day in Freestone. RSVP at 707.823.8231.



Thursdays Ongoing

Dharma Morning Meditations

Meditations continue on Thursdays at 8:00am in the Osmosis Meditation Garden, weather permitting. All are invited. There is no charge. Bring your meditation cushion and warm clothing.


Other Sonoma County Events

Pair your trip to Osmosis for relaxation with live concerts, food and wine seminars, or a trip to one of our numerous farmers markets.

Here are some local events that we would like to recommend:

Designing Edible Food Forest
The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center
Friday November 7 thru November 9 • $495/$445 in advance (includes meals and lodging)

Instructors Eric Toensmeier and Brock Dolman take you though the steps in creating an edible forest. These gardens mimic the structures and functions of natural ecosystems while producing food and other products, with an emphasis on low-maintenance perennial crops. Design and plant selection help provide fertility, control of weeds and pests, and more. Come for a hands-on introduction to this fascinating and delicious approach to food production.

“Rejuvenation: A Novel About Getting Younger in the Near Future”
Occidental Center for the Arts
Friday November 7 • 7pm • Free

Patrick Fanning is a publisher, painter, and writer of both fiction and nonfiction. Sonoma County resident since 1990, moving from Berkeley where he founded and ran New Harbinger Publications. Book launch for his newest works. Book signing and refreshments.

The Machiavelvets
Occidental Center for the Arts
Saturday November 8 • 8pm • $8

Celebrating the recent release of their first CD Mach 1: Space Jazz Valhalla! The Machiavelvets will display their taut arrangements, sophisticated grooves, and superlative melodies in a blaze of Jazzadelic glory for their rapidly growing fan base.

Dinner Concert with Terry Garthwaite, Becky Reardon, and Elise Witt
The French Garden
Sunday November 9 • 7:30-9pm • $20/$15 (w/Dinner Reservations)

A night of global, local and homemade songs. TERRY GARTHWAITE is an internationally known singer, songwriter, composer, guitarist, producer, and teacher. Terry has shared the stage with such artists as BB King, Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, The Band among others. ELISE WITT is an internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter and teacher who has performed from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. BECKY REARDON is a singer-songwriter and guitarist. Her song "Venus" was performed during the NASA webcast of the Venus transit of the sun in June, 2012.

The Great Gatsby Gala
Sebastopol Rotary Club
Saturday November 15 • 5-10:30pm • $125

A glamorous evening filled with dinner dancing and silent auctions. Sebastopol's Rotary Club was founded in 1925, during the period of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s title character. It was a period of unbridled enthusiasm during which Gatsby said, “A little party never killed nobody!” This is your party. The Rotary Club of Sebastopol wants you to enjoy the evening as a way to thank you and this community for supporting our club over the past 90 years.

Escher Quartet
The Redwood Arts Council
Saturday November 15 • 7:30pm • $30

Escher String Quartet has received acclaim for its profound musical insight and rare tonal beauty as well as its youthful verve and daring. This summer, the quartet has released a daunting two-volume recording of the complete string quartets of Zemlinsky on Naxos. A fun night supporting the arts!

Unlikely Duo and West of Malarkey
Occidental Center for the Arts
Sunday November 16 • 4pm• $10

A resident of Occidental Carey Dubbert, master of the autoharp and hammered dulcimer. Is accompaied by his talented godson Brendan Buss of the Pat Jordan Band. These two pair up for a wonderful listening experience as The Unlikely Duo. West of Malarkey is another group of long-time friends who play music from around the world: old-time and Irish, waltzes and airs, jigs and reels, songs and stories.

The Sebastopol Farmers Market
Sebastopol Plaza
Every Sunday Year Round • 10:00am-1:30pm

There is always live music and a wide of assortment of food to nosh on! Come meet the farmers and ranchers selling fresh local fruit, vegetables, cheese, eggs, and baked goods then pamper yourself with locally produced body products and exquisite one of a kind handmade crafts by local artisans.


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