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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Sep 19, 2017
04:00PM - 07:00PM
3rd Annual Fall Craft Fair at Forestville Farmers Market
Fall Craft Fair
Sonoma,
6990 Front Street
Event Description
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FALL CRAFT FAIR

The Forestville Farmers Market will be hosting it’s Third Annual Fall Craft Fair!!
 Two Tuesdays, September 19th and 26th, from 4p to 7p. It will mix with the Forestville Farmers Market, located under the shady oaks in our downtown park with plenty of picnic tables, giant red wood benches, and fresh air! A magical place where you can rest and relax with friends and family.
This is a family friendly free event! (Sept 26th is last day of the Market this season, so don’t miss it.)
 
Talented local Artists and Crafters will be offering their unique works of art for sale! You’ll see handmade cards, wood works, jewelry, ceramics, body beauty products, many unique art pieces, clothing and much more! So much talent in one place!

Sept 19th, Ms. G’s Village Variety Show
 
Forestville’s Children’s Choir, Kid’s Talent Show, Ms G’s Country Rock & Blues, Sebastopol’s Apple Tree Morris. An Autumnal Extravaganza to celebrate turning of the seasons.

Sept 26th, Live music by Joy Ride
Lively acoustic trio performing a wide variety of vocal Americana music
encompassing folk, jazz, blues, and rock styles

The Market will be in full swing offering fresh fruits, veggies, crafts & food! Eat dinner at the Market! Fabulous food vendors: Sinful Fusion, Lata’s Indian Cuisine, Tamales la Olla Fatboys, Fruity Moto and more!
Beer & Wine booth hosted by the Forestville Chamber of Commerce.

Interested in becoming a vendor? email:
info@forestvillefarmersmarket.com
More info: www.ForestvilleFarmersmarket.com, or 707-766-4597
6900 Front Street, Forestville (across from Fred’s Liquor and Canneti’s Restaurant)
The Market is open every Tuesday, from 4p to 7p.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Mary Rand     Email: m.rand@att.net
Phone: 7077664597


 

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