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New Years Eve Events

Covid-19 and wildland fires have hit Sonoma county hard this year. The usual fireworks and parties are definitely off the menu. Despite everything going on, there are still ways to safely celebrate the New Year! Here are a couple of virtual experiences that are worth checking out for this coming New Year.

The Last Word-Creating a Positive Mind Set for 2021 (Thursday Jan. 7th, 6PM – 8PM)

This workshop focuses on stepping into 2021 with a positive mindset and self-compassion. This two-hour workshop will put on by Krista Gawronski & Denise Barragan. This workshop costs $33.00 and will be held via zoom. For more information visit: Eventbrite-The Last Word

Zoom Fried Chicken Party at Backyard (Thursday Dec. 31st, 6PM – 7PM)

Ring in the New Year with an online cooking class that will knock your socks off. This one-hour course will cover how to make a southern classic in a modern way. It’ll cover everything from brining and frying chicken, to making delicious homemade buttermilk biscuits. If you want to up your food game for 2021, this is the class to do it. The ingredient list will be sent out 48 hours before the event to ensure you have time to prepare. Sign up at their website New Year’s Eve Zoom Party — Backyard Forestville.

2021 Online New Year Guided Meditation (Friday Jan. 1st, 8:45AM – 9:45AM)

If you want to get your 2021 started the right way, check this out. This workshop will help you reach your new year’s goals through the power of the mind! Topics covered include everything from relaxation tools and meditation, to helpful strategies on getting through difficult life situations. Use this link Guided Mediation Zoom Link to attend!

Don’t let Covid-19 ruin the last bit of your year! Be sure to keep an eye out in the coming weeks for more 2021 events. It may not be the New Year’s Eve you’re used to, but it can still be great.

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