Aug 21, 2008-
Aug 21, 2008
04:00PM - 08:00PM
Forestville Biz Expo & Town Social
Promote Your Business - Sell Your Wares
Event Description

The Forestville Chamber of Commerce is planning a Forestville Town Social and Business Expo for Thursday August 21st in the field downtown Forestville across from Mosaic Restaurant (the future Town Square).. Local businesses and individuals are invited to set up a booth or table, sell their wares, give away promotional material, and feed & entertain everyone who comes to enjoy each other’s company.

Local restaurants will be serving up take out; musicians will entertain; and anyone who wants to be a part of the action just needs to call either Vesta at 887-0253 or Karen Dion at 887-3320 or pick up a form in downtown Forestville or download it from the Forestville Chamber web site at: Booth space is $15 for Forestville Chamber members and $30 for non-members.

This event gives our community an opportunity to spend time together in a pleasurable way, as well as provides local businesses a way to promote themselves. Many local business owners have small businesses they run out of their home or even an office in Santa Rosa. Besides the Forestville Business Directory published by the Chamber of Commerce (which only includes Chamber members), most of these enterprises are promoted by word of mouth and advertising. That leaves a lot of people unaware that they even exist. So we’re hoping these cottage industries will come out of the woods, set up a table and let us know what you do!

Information: Vesta 887-0253 or

Fee: $15.00

Contact Information
Name: Vesta Copestakes     Email:
Phone: 707-887-0253      Fax: 707-887-0249



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