This year’s second annual ArtsSonoma Festival, which began Aug. 28, wraps up this weekend, with arts events popping up at various venues around Sonoma County.

Jennifer Sloan, executive director of the Arts Council of Sonoma County, offers a few highlights from the remainder of the festival’s very busy schedule:

Today, Sept. 10:

— Carnival of Chaos presents its “Night of Extreme Vaudeville” at 7 p.m.  at the North Bay Film and Arts Collective (formerly the New College) on Sixth Street in Santa Rosa.

— “Leaving My Father’s House,” Katherine Zsolt’s multimedia sculpture installation, starting at 3 p.m. today and 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Old Post Office Building in Geyserville.

Saturday, Sept. 11:

—  The American Philharmonic Brass Quartet, String Quartet, Mariachi Band and Jazz Combo battle it out at 3 p.m. on the patio at Santa Rosa’s Finley Center.

—  Dance Sonoma presents  a multitude of feet performing a multitude of dance disciplines at 3 p.m. in Santa Rosa’s Courthouse Square. They’re going for the world record.

— Northern California Native Americans expand their appearance at Day with the Arts to include elders, music, crafts and singing on the Water Front in Petaluma.  The program starts at Jungle Vibes at noon.

—  “Healing Drums” starts at 5 p.m., with Onye Onyemaechi and his band of peace, at Juilliard Park in Santa Rosa.

— The Story Orchestra presents music, dance, poetry and stories at 6 p.m. at the Community Garden in Cotati.

Sunday, Sept. 12:

— Jim Corbett’s Peace Festival runs from noon to 7 p.m. at the Sebastopol Community Center, with music, words, dance and visual arts.

For complete details: www.artssonoma.com.