A horse-drawn wagon takes visitors around scenic Jack London State Historic Park during Plowing Play Day.
Little Adrian Pat sits in the gigantic chair that welcomes visitors to Cornerstone. Adrian, almost 6 months old, is the son of Efren and Maggie Pat of Sonoma. (Photo by Maggie Pat)
Several cheerful murals line the breezeway at the Kenwood Village Shopping Center, each from original artwork by Sonoma Valley children.
Brownie Gwen Morgan from Troop 10117 was among the Sonoma Girl Scouts removing invasive plants at the Van Hoosear Wildflower Preserve in celebration of Earth Day.
Mary Ely works on a papermaking project using recycled rainwater, cotton from repurposed T-shirts and locally harvested invasive plants, part of the green scene at the Sonoma Community Center.
Italian tourists pose in front of Sonoma City Hall — the peewee version at Sonoma’s miniature golf course at Maxwell Family Fun Center.
The “Sonomawood” sign in Sonoma Plaza means one thing: the Sonoma International Film Festival is in town. Details at sonomafilmfest.org.
The ‘Little Free Library’ by Richard Sheppard
The Easter Bunny greets a young visitor at the Sonoma Moose Lodge Easter egg hunt, the first of three hunts in Sonoma Valley.
The Aermotor Co. got its start in Chicago in 1888. No telling how old this windmill is spinning high atop a water tower in rural east Sonoma.