Things To Do In Rohnert Park

$99 for Winery Bus Tour for Two with North Bay Winery Tours ($198 Value)

North Bay Winery Tours

Rohnert Park

Hop in a bus and head to four boutique wineries over five hours; complimentary beer served on the bus

$198 $99

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Five Martial Arts Classes at Eastern Heritage Martial Arts (60% Off)

Eastern Heritage Martial Arts

Rohnert Park

From the merchant: One-on-one, individual training with kung fu master.

$100 $40

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6 or 12 Kids' Open-Play Sessions at Pump It Up (Up to 58% Off)

Pump it Up

Cotati

Kids jump, play, and socialize aboard colorful inflatable slides and bounce houses or amid obstacle courses

$42 $20

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$152 for an Open-Water Diver Certification Course from Sonoma Coast Divers ($384 Value)

Sonoma Coast Divers

Rohnert Park

After classroom lessons and two days of pool dives, students embark on open-water excursions to earn their SSI scuba certification

$384 $152

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All-Day Golf Outing for Two or Four with Pull Cart Rentals and Beverages at Washoe Creek Golf Course (Up to 55% Off)

Washoe Creek Golf Course

Petaluma

Golfers enjoy day of unlimited play at two scaled-down nine-hole layouts with an included pull cart before unwinding with a beer or soda

$43 $21

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1.5- or 3-Hour Kids' Painting Class for One or Two at Scribbles and Giggles (Up to 57% Off)

Scribbles and Giggles

Rohnert Park

Saturday and Sunday classes keep kids busy as they practice painting techniques in a fun, colorful studio

$21 $10

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6 or 12 Pole-Dancing Classes or Private Pole-Dancing Party for Up to 11 at iCandy Pole Dance Studio (Up to 54% Off)

iCandy Pole Dance Studio

Rohnert Park

Physically and mentally empowering pole-dancing movements taught during small group classes or a private party

$73 $35

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$39 for One Month of Unlimited Yoga at The Center for Vital Living (Up to $105 Value)

The Center for Vital Living

Cotati

Small groups practice heated Vinyasa sequences, yoga-therapy movements suitable for all abilities, or prenatal yoga

$105 $39

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Three or Five 60-Minute Personal-Training Sessions with a Physical Assessment at ShapStrength (71% Off)

ShapStrength

Rohnert Park

One-on-one sessions with a CrossFit Trainer help all ability levels improve flexibility, muscle tone, and endurance

$270 $79

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Three or Five Personal-Training Sessions at Nutri-Fit (Up to 69% Off)

Nutri-Fit

Rohnert Park

Personal trainer helps exercisers reach fitness goals, such as weight loss and increased strength, speed, and agility

$210 $75

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One Month of Private Guitar, Bass, or Drum Lessons at Music to My Ears (50% Off)

Music to My Ears

Cotati

Instructors with extensive performance backgrounds teach essential skills for playing the guitar, drums, or bass

$138 $69

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Five-Week CORE Training Classes or Six-Week Bootcamp Session at Kaia F.I.T. (Up to 67% Off)

Kaia F.I.T.

Rohnert Park

Achieve fast, dramatic results with a whole body approach to fitness and healthy living; become leaner, stronger, and more flexible

$149 $49

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10 or 20 Martial-Arts Classes at Sonoma County Martial Arts Center (Up to 84% Off)

Sonoma County Martial Arts Center

Rohnert Park

Instructors teach the particulars of kickboxing, boxing, karate, muscle-awareness conditioning, tai chi, and qi gong

$150 $29

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Though many outsiders know Sonoma County for its fine wines, the savvy drinkers at North Bay Brewery Tours spread the word about the region’s other specialty: craft beer. A relatively simple outfit, the company only needs knowledgeable drivers and tour guides, a fleet of buses running on eco-friendly compressed natural gas, and enough effort to organize group tours, party buses, and pub crawls. Brewery-hopping tours, their top services, head to three craft breweries each trip. One on-the-bus tour segment demonstrates from start-to-finish how beer is made.

Beer samples will be available for purchase at participating breweries, and complimentary ice-cold water or beer on the bus keeps tour takers thirsts' slaked between stops. Examiner.com recommended the tour as an excellent way to taste a variety of brews while enjoying the safety of a designated driver.

5000 Roberts Lake Road
Rohnert Park,
CA
US

Founded by three Scandinavian families in 1977, Scandia Family Fun Center flings open its doors and invites families in for afternoons of youthful fantasy. Manicured hedges and lush green mounds dot the center?s challenging miniature golf course, while go-karts rumble past on the Stockholm Raceway. The sounds of splashing and laughter not only indicate the birth of a pirate, but also a gentle collision between Baltic Sea bumper boats, accompanied by the crack of speeding baseballs and softballs at the batting cages. The center?s Scandia Screamer lifts passengers 165 feet into the air before accelerating to speeds of 65 mph, while the Swedish Scrambler opts for a more amenable 25 mph. Visitors can also exercise their opposable thumbs at a fully-stocked arcade, visit Scandia's snack bar brimming with pizza, hot dogs, and churros.

5301 Redwood Dr
Rohnert Park,
CA
US

Picking a criminal out of a lineup is hard, but at Bodega Bay Sailing Adventures, the staff knows that picking a plant out of a lineup is even harder. On the company’s naturalist tours, naturalist Katja Svendsen arms passengers with comprehensive ID cards, printed with pictures and descriptions of local flora and fauna. As they identify the plants as well as the whales and seals native to Bodega Bay’s hamlet, Svendsen explains topics such as the causes of tides and human’s impact on the bay. Meanwhile, US Coast Guard-licensed captain Rich Crumley steers the sailboat. Crumley can also captain the 33-foot vessel during traditional tours, supervising passengers while they steer to ensure they don’t turn in a tiny circle forever.

1818 Westshore Road
Bodega Bay,
CA
US

Couples can tap their toes to triple-rhythms or swivel their shoulders in silver foxtrots during one-hour classes taught by nurturing instructors during the course of five weeks. Offering a safe and supportive environment in which couples of all dancing dexterities can follow their rug-cutting inclinations, The Ballroom specializes in social dancing and restoring mislaid grooves to their rightful owners. A bimonthly class schedule features several spicy levels of hip-swinging salsa classes and a popular East Coast–swing series that will have students lindy hopping over the competition at Jay Gatsby’s next lawn party. Heartland dances such as the line dance give feet a taste of American pie and nightclub dances such as salsa and cha-cha ensure perfect street-credit scores of 850. A series of social-ballroom classes survey traditional waltzes and foxtrots for formal occasions.

977 Golf Course Dr
Rohnert Park,
CA
US

Specializing in sustainable beekeeping using organic methods, Thank Nature’s expert beekeepers helm 2.5-hour classes designed to teach students how to use all-natural beeswax to forge purifying candles that burn brighter and three times as long as paraffin wax. To kick off the workshop, a hive guru will familiarize participants with the honeybee and the origins of beeswax, which, despite popular opinion, was not first discovered in the ear canals of petulant grade schoolers. Hands-on instruction then follows, allowing students to roll their own candles and observe a demonstration on incorporating metal and rubber molds. Guests emerge from class with their own handcrafted beeswax candle, as well as their choice of a floating star or a ceremonial votive candle that was tarsal-claw-crafted by a certified union worker bee.

8297 Old Redwood Hwy.
Cotati,
California
US

During the seven-production season at Sonoma State, curtains rise on young talent in five diverse theater productions and two dance concerts. In How I Learned to Drive, a Pulitzer-Prize-winning drama running October 20–28, a woman revisits her coming-of-age, addressing common motifs such as family strife, birds and bees, and outgrowing her retainer. Productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream, which runs November 3–12, and Oklahoma!, running February 7–19, entertain audiences with beloved scripts, and the all-new Super Mega Molten Hot Lava New Play Festival December 8–10 regales audiences with a grab bag of student-written scripts. The farcical whodunit Loot, March 8–17, finishes the theater season with a guffaw. Meanwhile, dancers take the stage during student-choreographed fall dance concerts held December 1–4 and featuring a medley of hip-hop, jazz, and ballet that showcases the body's ability to express grace, rhythm, and a desire for zesty nachos. The spring dance concert, running April 20–28, hosts guest choreographers, who bring an expert eye to craft all-new routines.

1801 E Cotati Ave
Rohnert Park,
CA
US

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