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Upcoming Exhibit at Milinda Perry Gallery

After designing books for 40 years, California artist John Tullis discovered the joy of oil painting. His upcoming show, Eyes Wide Open, runs Nov. 1 – Dec. 31.

Local Live Music In and Around Benicia

Music you love at local venues continues in November. Check out your favorite bands at Lucca Beer Garden, First Street Café, Vallejo’s Empress Theatre and the Uptown Theatre in Napa.

Benicia Soroptimist Wine Tasting & Pairing Event

Get to know local members while tasting fine wines paired with delectable bites, November 11, 2017 at the Benicia Clock Tower, 7-10pm.

Benicia Plein Air Gallery November Featured Artist

Local artist Samantha McNally’s plein air watercolor paintings are featured this month at the downtown Benicia gallery, next to Gallery 621 and the HQ Gallery.

Music you love at local venues

Rock, blues, Irish Music, tribute bands, symphony music and more can be found within easy reach for Benicia residents—Check out these bands playing in Benicia and local towns in October.

A Showcase of Unique Films

Carter’s Biz Café at the Benicia Commanding Officer’s Quarters will host the second annual North Bay Art & Film Festival October 6-8, 2017 with a lineup of national and international films.

Uplifting Workshops for Women at Commanding Officer’s Quarters

A series of workshops address various topics to pause, tune in and replenish the spirit—and navigate busy lives in a changing world.

Benicia’s Biggest Zombie Party

Some adults go all-out with their deliciously costumed zombie personas, some come as themselves, but all have a great time tasting great brews downtown.

Fine Art, Fine Wine, Craft Beer, Hors d’oeuvres and Music

This year’s annual art auction, a sell-out event, showcases local, original artworks with a live and silent auction, photo booth, DJ, dancing and more.

A Series of Short Films at Annual Benicia Weekend Event

The fourth annual event, the Benicia International Film Festival features a wide range of genres in a series of short films over Labor Day weekend, providing funding for a new public art initiative.