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The Lodge offers programming and events for all ages and interests, from weekly yoga, art exhibits, specialty workshops, and kids club activities. We invite you to explore our variety offerings at The Lodge and Links Golf Course.

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Lodge Closure 7.19

The Lodge will close at 4pm Friday, 7.19 for a private event.

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Lodge Closure 7.19

Lodge Closure 7.20

The Lodge will be closed on Saturday, 7.20 for a private event.

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Lodge Closure 7.27

The Lodge will be closed on Saturday, 7.27 for a private event.

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Lodge Closure 7.27

Farm Educational Workshop: Grassland Ecosystem Management & Animal Husbandry Workshop 8.3

Saturday, 8.3, from 2pm - 4pm
The Farm

Join our Farm Manager, Katrina Coffman, for an educational workshop on the Farm. This month, learn about grassland ecosystem management and animal husbandry. Participate in a pasture walkabout and learn how our grasslands are evolved and maintained, all about ruminants, and about chickens/poultry and how they can help jumpstart a pasture. The workshop includes a dozen chicken/quail eggs to take home with you. Adults are $40 each and children 7+ are $20 each. 

Please view cancellation policy on registration page.




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Farm Educational Workshop: Grassland Ecosystem Management & Animal Husbandry Workshop 8.3

Weaving a Mini Wall Hanging Inspired by Nature Workshop 8.5

Monday, 8.5, from 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Meadow Room

Let's weave! In this 3 hour workshop you will learn the basics, with Jessie Mordine Young, of frame loom weaving from warping the loom, to drafting a design, and to learning basic tapestry techniques, to finishing your woven work. Jessie will work alongside you, helping you develop your piece through every step of the textile-making process. You will leave this class with a small wall-hanging or “woven drawing”. All materials will be provided and you will take home your frame loom with you. A brief presentation with inspiration will be given. This is a beginner class, but all skill levels are welcome.

$100 per person




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Weaving a Mini Wall Hanging Inspired by Nature Workshop 8.5

Market Tote Weaving Workshop 8.7

Wednesday, 8.7, from 5pm - 8:30pm

Meadow Room

Join us for a four-hour workshop where you'll craft your own woven shoulder bag or market tote. Designed for beginners and enthusiasts alike, this hands-on session offers an opportunity to learn essential techniques in 3-dimensional weaving to create a form. Under the guidance of textile artist and educator Jessie Mordine Young, you'll master the fundamentals of weaving while bringing your vision to life, resulting in a personalized art object that reflects your style.

$120 per person

 

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Market Tote Weaving Workshop 8.7

Flowers in the Field with Jobi Manson 6.1

Thursday, 8.1, from 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The Sea Ranch Lodge

As the sun sets over the horizon, join us for a special Flowers wine tasting on The Ocean Deck at The Sea Ranch Lodge. Together, we’ll enjoy the splendors of the wild scenery,  while tasting the deep time layers of our iconic Sonoma coast. 

$140 per person (adults only)




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Flowers in the Field with Jobi Manson 6.1

Etching By The Sea with Jobi Manson 8.2

Friday, 8.2, from 11am-12:30pm
The Sea Ranch Lodge

Tucked away in a secluded cove, we will embark on a guided artistic journey traveling back in time to create textural rubbings of stone and sea. Engage with your artistic nature while capturing the essence of the elements. 

$140 per person (adults only)




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Etching By The Sea with Jobi Manson 8.2

Paint En Plein Air with Jobi Manson 8.3

Saturday, 8.3, from 3pm-5pm
The Sea Ranch Lodge

Whether you are drawn by the golden fields that stretch out towards the horizon, or captivated by the timeless mystery of the rolling waves, join us for a reflective color study session painting en plein air. We will observe the organic movement and bold energy of the natural world, allowing the strokes of our brush to reveal the forms and expressive quality of our surroundings. 

$165 per person (adults only)




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Paint En Plein Air with Jobi Manson 8.3

Material Studies with Jobi Manson 8.4

Sunday, 8.4, from 11am-12:30pm
The Sea Ranch Lodge

Do you remember combing the waters edge as a child, and encountering the perfection of a rare spiraling sea shell? Or perhaps the sparkling iridescence of a treasured abalone? The natural world, more specifically the boundary between the world of the land and that of sea yield incredible finds for the patient seeker. This workshop will invite you to consider how you collect natural materials, beckoning you to explore your curiosities and create a collage of found matter. 

$140 per person (adults only)




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Material Studies with Jobi Manson 8.4

Farm Guided Hike 7.27

Saturday 7.27, from 2pm-4pm
The Farm

Join us for a guided hike at The Sea Ranch Lodge Farm, which lies on a sunny western slope just 2 minutes south of the Lodge. On the hike we will walk through the pasture, pointing out the different pasture plants and exploring the changes as we dip in and out of valleys. As we ascend the steepest part of the hike we will discuss the ecosystem and how quickly certain plants give way to others. The last leg of the hike is downhill through the forest along the road, where we get to talk about forest ecosystems and enjoy the songs of trees and birds. Please note there are steep parts along the hike and are not suited for those with mobility issues.

$20 per adult and $10 per child. Please view cancellation policy on registration page.

*Max 25 guests, ages 7+.




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Farm Guided Hike 7.27

July Locals Night 7.31

Wednesday, 7.31, at 6pm
The Dining Room

The Lodge team is excited to celebrate our North Coast community with these convivial Locals Night Dinners. Join in on this monthly tradition! $55/person and $20/child 12 and under, plus tax and 20% gratuity. Price does not include alcoholic beverages. We will be featuring Spanish cuisine.

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July Locals Night 7.31

The Sea Ranch Farm Tour 7.20

Saturday, 7.20, at 2pm

Join us for a tour of The Sea Ranch Lodge Farm, which lies on a sunny western slope just 2 minutes south of the Lodge. The Farm features restoratively raised beef cattle and free-range chickens for fresh eggs. It also has a variety of harvested fruits and vegetables that feed the menus at the Lodge! Space is limited; to reserve your spot, please contact megan@thesearanchlodge.com. *Max 25 guests.

The Sea Ranch Farm Tour 7.20

Community Yoga 7.21

Wind down with an hour of yoga led by local instructors. Free to the public. Please bring your own mat and other props.

Community Yoga 7.21

Community Yoga 7.28

Wind down with an hour of yoga led by local instructors. Free to the public. Please bring your own mat and other props.

Community Yoga 7.28

Trivia Night 7.23

Every Other Tuesday at 6:30pm 

Join us at the Lodge for Trivia Night. Bring your team, grab bites and drinks at The Bar, and compete for prizes! 

Trivia Night 7.23

Linen Botanicals Workshop 10.12

Saturday, 10.12, from 11am-1:30pm
The Meadow Room

Handcraft everlasting fabric specimens of your favorite fall and winter foliage to decorate your home, adorn a wrapped gift or ornament your holiday table. Join artist Robert Mahar in learning clever construction techniques to craft wired, posable sprigs and branches from a beautiful buffet of linen/cotton textiles, along with felted wool for berries and nuts. Instruction will equip you to fully customize the color, scale and function of your project. Select a fantasy palette or hues truer to nature for clusters of autumn leaves to tie around napkins, a bundle of doorway mistletoe or a small wreath of holly to encircle a candle. 

This workshop focuses on the creation of maple and oak leaves, mistletoe, and holly, maple - with templates provided for each of these - however the process can be applied to most any type of foliage. This class is well suited for beginners and no previous experience is necessary. All materials (a limited selection of high quality linen/cotton blend fabric, twill tape, jute twine, floral wire, adhesive, glue brush, wool felt balls, needle and thread!) along with templates are provided and included in the cost of the class. However, if you have favorite light to mid weight fabrics, and ribbon or twill tape that you’d like to utilize - you are encouraged to bring these items to the workshop. Please plan on bringing a pair of paper scissors and a pair of sharp fabric scissors with you.

$95 per person

About the Instructor: Robert Mahar is a California-based artist and educator who teaches thoughtfully researched and developed hands-on projects based in historical craft traditions. He’s also a proud contestant alumni, and subsequent associate producer, on NBC’s crafting competition show Making It with Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. With an education in studio arts and art history, he has worked in a variety of creative fields including 13 years as an appraiser of modern and contemporary art. Learn more about Robert, explore his video tutorial archive and shop his collection of curious embroidery samplers at robert-mahar.com.




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Linen Botanicals Workshop 10.12

The Sea Ranch Farm Tour 8.24

Saturday, 8.24, at 2pm

Join us for a tour of The Sea Ranch Lodge Farm, which lies on a sunny western slope just 2 minutes south of the Lodge. The Farm features restoratively raised beef cattle and free-range chickens for fresh eggs. It also has a variety of harvested fruits and vegetables that feed the menus at the Lodge! 

Please view cancellation policy on registration page.

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The Sea Ranch Farm Tour 8.24

Jessie Laura Artist Exhibition + Reception 7.13

Reception: Saturday, 7.13 from 4pm - 6pm

Exhibition: 7.10 through 9.2

The Sea Ranch Lodge

In Modernist Utopia, San Francisco-based artist Jessie Laura employs a minimalist aesthetic that encourages viewers to develop parallels between her artwork, the Sea Ranch Project, and an otherworldly place of near-perfection. 

Relying on clean lines, as well as monochromatic white and black surfaces, Laura’s reduced visual idiom distills both its appearance and messaging down to the most basic of elements. Through their engagement with minimalism, Laura’s objects seek a clarity of thought and design that gesture toward a utopic state of intellect and form in service of aesthetic pleasure and conceptual rigor. 

Similar to Sea Ranch’s goal of developing an environmentally conscious architecture, Modernist Utopia engages the natural world through the intentional construction of its objects. Namely, Laura developed many of the artworks featured in this exhibition using formal patterns that reference the natural world and its microscopic building blocks. In doing so, she has created a body of work that asks us to consider the relationship between art and the environment. What are their points of confluence? In what ways do they contradict one another? And, ultimately, how can we rethink these relationships in our pursuit of an ever-elusive utopia? 

Whether or not one can achieve utopian states, though, is irrelevant. What is important to both Laura’s artwork and the Sea Ranch project are their ambitions to meld human artistry with the natural world in the hope of producing a dynamic synthesis. 

Text by: Joshua Ware, Artist and Writer 

About the Artist: 

JESSIE LAURA (B. 1987, Lima, Peru) lives and works in San Francisco. She earned a BFA in Design and Film from The School of Visual Arts, New York (SVA NYC). Laura has been featured in notable group and solo exhibitions in the U.S. including New York City, Los Angeles, Miami and San Francisco. Laura has completed artist residencies at Rule Gallery in Marfa, Texas and Arts Warehouse in Delray Beach, Florida. 

Laura’s Artwork has been featured in The Other Art Fair’s Fair Director’s Pick, (2023) and Apartment Therapy (2021). Laura’s work is held in private and corporate collections across the U.S. and U.K. 

www.jessie-laura.com 

@jessie.laura.artwork

Jessie Laura Artist Exhibition + Reception 7.13

Community Yoga 8.25

Wind down with an hour of yoga led by local instructors. Free to the public. Please bring your own mat and other props.

Community Yoga 8.25

Community Yoga 8.3

Wake up with an hour of yoga led by local instructors. Free to the public. Please bring your own mat and other props.

Community Yoga 8.3

Community Yoga 8.17

Wake up with an hour of yoga led by local instructors. Free to the public. Please bring your own mat and other props.

Community Yoga 8.17

Community Yoga 8.31

Wake up with an hour of yoga led by local instructors. Free to the public. Please bring your own mat and other props.

Community Yoga 8.31

Trivia Night 7.30 - Due to NO Trivia 8.6

Every Other Tuesday at 6:30pm 

Join us at the Lodge for Trivia Night. Bring your team, grab bites and drinks at The Bar, and compete for prizes! 

Trivia Night 7.30 - Due to NO Trivia 8.6

Trivia Night 8.20

Every Other Tuesday at 6:30pm 

Join us at the Lodge for Trivia Night. Bring your team, grab bites and drinks at The Bar, and compete for prizes! 

Trivia Night 8.20

Write Now! with Mark Sanford Gross 8.17

Saturday 8.17 from 3pm-5pm

Join us for Write Now!, a new writing group led by local writing coach Mark Sanford Gross.

Write Now! is an in-the-moment program for all folks who want to explore free writing, story-telling, and curiosity about what happens when you get a notebook, pen, and a nudge. Share the beauty of 'the spoken word' with others in this enthusiastic community-building event through writing in a non-judgemental and trusting atmosphere. Bring friends and family.

Mark Sanford Gross has been building community through writing for the past few years along our coast.  He is the Creator and Co-Host of the local radio station's weekly program KGUA-Writers. He hosts writing workshops for local schools, recovery programs at Mendonoma Health Alliance, and local pop-up destinations.

Write Now! with Mark Sanford Gross 8.17

Live Jazz 8.8

Thursday, 8.8, from 6pm-9pm

Sit back and relax as Harrison Goldberg and friends entertain you with light jazz. The Bar will be open for wine, beer, cocktails and light bites. Dinner reservations required for The Dining Room. 

Dining Room Reservations
Live Jazz 8.8

Farm Guided Hike 8.17

Saturday 8.17, from 2pm-4pm
The Farm

Join us for a guided hike at The Sea Ranch Lodge Farm, which lies on a sunny western slope just 2 minutes south of the Lodge. On the hike we will walk through the pasture, pointing out the different pasture plants and exploring the changes as we dip in and out of valleys. As we ascend the steepest part of the hike we will discuss the ecosystem and how quickly certain plants give way to others. The last leg of the hike is downhill through the forest along the road, where we get to talk about forest ecosystems and enjoy the songs of trees and birds. Please note there are steep parts along the hike and are not suited for those with mobility issues.

$20 per adult and $10 per child. Please view cancellation policy on registration page.

*Max 25 guests, ages 7+.




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Farm Guided Hike 8.17

Maker’s Market 8.31

Saturday, 8.31, from 12pm-4pm

Grab a drink or bite to eat, enjoy live music, and peruse a wonderful selection of handmade local wares from your favorite North Coast makers and vendors. Candles, botanicals, jewelry, ceramics, and more!

Maker’s Market 8.31

Kids Club Labor Day Craft Activities 8.31

Saturday 8.31, from 12:30pm - 2:30pm

Join the Kids Club at the Lodge throughout the year for a series of kid-friendly seasonal events! Get crafty with your little ones for Labor Day as we make star spangled wavers and pom pom flags.  Free to the public; all supplies are provided. All ages are welcome.

Kids Club Labor Day Craft Activities 8.31

July Locals Night 8.28

Wednesday, 8.28, at 6pm
The Dining Room

The Lodge team is excited to celebrate our North Coast community with these convivial Locals Night Dinners. Join in on this monthly tradition! $55/person and $20/child 12 and under, plus tax and 20% gratuity. Price does not include alcoholic beverages. 

Reserve Now
July Locals Night  8.28

Trivia Night 7.30

Every Other Tuesday at 6:30pm 

Join us at the Lodge for Trivia Night. Bring your team, grab bites and drinks at The Bar, and compete for prizes! 

Trivia Night 7.30

Lodge Closure 7.21

The Lodge will be closed on Sunday, 7.21, until 12pm, noon, for a private event.

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Lodge Closure 7.21

Lodge Closure 7.28

The Lodge will be closed on Sunday, 7.28, until 12pm, noon, for a private event.

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Lodge Closure 7.28

Live Jazz 7.18

Thursday, 7.18, from 6pm-9pm

Sit back and relax as Harrison Goldberg and friends entertain you with light jazz. The Bar will be open for wine, beer, cocktails and light bites. Dinner reservations required for The Dining Room. 

Dining Room Reservations
Live Jazz 7.18

Live Jazz 7.25

Thursday, 7.25, from 6pm-9pm

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the rhythmic elegance of Harrison Goldberg who will enchant us in the words and melodies of jazz poetry. The Bar will be open for wine, beer, cocktails and light bites. Dinner reservations required for The Dining Room. 

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Live Jazz 7.25

Live Jazz 8.29

Thursday, 8.29, from 6pm-9pm

Sit back and relax as Harrison Goldberg and friends entertain you with light jazz. The Bar will be open for wine, beer, cocktails and light bites. Dinner reservations required for The Dining Room. 

Dining Room Reservations
Live Jazz 8.29

The Ghost Forest Book Reading & Signing 9.25

Wednesday, 9.25, from 4pm-6pm

Join us for a captivating book reading and signing event with acclaimed journalist and redwood activist Greg King, as he delves into his gripping historical memoir, The Ghost Forest. Discover the incredible story of California’s majestic redwoods, from their discovery and exploitation to the tireless fight to protect them. Hear firsthand how King transitioned from award-winning reporter to dedicated activist, leading one of the most dramatic environmental campaigns in U.S. history. Don't miss this opportunity to engage with the compelling narrative of a forest's past and the ongoing quest to preserve its future.

About the Author: Greg King is an award-winning journalist and activist  credited with spearheading the movement to protect Headwaters Forest, in Humboldt County, California. A native of western Sonoma County, King initiated the “redwood wars”  following the notorious 1985 takeover of the venerable Pacific Lumber  Company by the Houston energy and real estate conglomerate Maxxam.  He identified and named Headwaters Forest in 1987. Greg  King has spent decades researching redwood logging and preservation efforts. King’s articles and photographs have appeared in The Sun, Sierra, Smithsonian, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, the Portland Oregonian, the Sacramento Bee, Mother Jones and other publications. In 2016 the Environmental Protection  Information Center presented King with its annual Sempervirens Lifetime  Achievement Award. King lives in Humboldt County.

The Ghost Forest Book Reading & Signing 9.25

Forest Bathing: Guided Ecotherapy Experience 9.28

Saturday 9.28, 10:30am-1:00pm

The Sea Ranch Lodge

Embark on a journey of serenity amidst the captivating landscapes of Sea Ranch, where the forest meets the ocean in a breathtaking fusion that evokes awe and wonder. Join us at The Sea Ranch Lodge for a transformative forest bathing session guided by a certified nature and forest therapy guide.

In this pristine coastal wilderness, where breathtaking views stretch as far as the eye can see, immerse yourself in the therapeutic benefits of nature through guided ecotherapy practices. Sea Ranch is renowned for its wild and remote beauty, offering an unparalleled opportunity to get lost in its splendor and find yourself anew.

Led by a certified nature and forest therapy guide, this unique experience invites you to reconnect with the natural world in a deeply meaningful way. Forest bathing, also known as "Shinrin-Yoku" in Japan, is a practice that combines mindfulness and immersion in nature to promote relaxation, rejuvenation, and overall well-being. As you slow down and engage your senses, you'll discover the healing power of nature and its ability to soothe the mind, body, and soul.

Our session will take place on the bluffs and cliffs overlooking the majestic ocean, with the forest surrounding this stunning area. During this session, you'll participate in guided sensory awareness practices, moments of quiet reflection, and group sharing designed to promote integration and connection. The guide will also share tools that can be used in everyday life, making the benefits of mindfulness and meditation accessible to everyone, no matter your experience level.

Dress in weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy walking shoes. Layers are recommended, and please bring a small backpack to carry your own water.

Whether you're seeking stress relief, inner peace, or simply a deeper connection with nature, this forest bathing experience offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Join us and embark on a journey of self-discovery and renewal amidst the beauty of the natural world.

As Featured in The Today Show, Sonoma Magazine, Shondaland, and USA Today.

*A six-guest minimum is required for this event. If the minimum is not achieved, all participants will be notified within 48 hours of the event and will receive a full refund.

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Forest Bathing: Guided Ecotherapy Experience 9.28

Maker’s Market 9.28

Saturday, 9.28, from 12pm-4pm

Grab a drink or bite to eat, enjoy live music, and peruse a wonderful selection of handmade local wares from your favorite North Coast makers and vendors. Candles, botanicals, jewelry, ceramics, and more!

Maker’s Market 9.28

Make & Mend

Every Tuesday from 4pm-6pm

Bring your needlework and come together for a relaxing time visiting whilst knitting, crocheting, or hand-stitching by the fire. This free-form event is meant to gather our community around a shared interest in textile arts. 

Make & Mend

Family Fun At The Links

Friday, 5.24 through Friday 8.30, from 4pm - 6pm

The Links

 

Starting Friday, May 24th every Friday through Labor Day we will fire up the grill and serve BBQ from 4pm - 6pm. $30 a plate. 

Hit the driving range, play corn hole, hang out on the putting green. Enjoy all the great views from our clubhouse.

Family Fun At The Links

9 & Dine At The Links

Friday, 5.24 through Friday 8.30, from 2pm - 6pm

The Links

Starting Friday May 24th every Friday through Labor Day, from 2pm - 6pm get 9 holes and dinner for $50 (cart not included).

9 & Dine At The Links
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