Anderson Valley California
Mendocino County
Wine, Waves and Weed

Events 2017

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SEPTEMBER 2018

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28th Annual Ice cream social and book sale at the Yorkville post office and fire station,10-430. Raffle and silent auction with great prizes such as wine, olive oil, art and jewelry from local producers and artist. Hugh selection of books will be sold at $1 per inch. Local ladies make cakes, cookies, brownies and pies for prizes and for sale. Local girls sale iced coffee and ice cream. The worlds best hambugers, sausages and dogs are BBQed along with pulled pork sandwitches and salad table along with all the oysters you can eat hot off the grill. Local growers have fruits, veggies, plants and flowers for sale and the cake walk is always fun with great prizes. Profits go to the Yorkville Community Benefits Association which supports the Yorkville fire station and volunteer firefighters and awards scholarships to local high school students.

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Wild land workshop targeted for Yorkville but applies to everyone in the valley. First half of the day will explore the current state of land management at the Community Room at the Yorkville Fire Station. The second part of the day you will visit a neighbor's property for lunch and a site walk guided by fire experts. RSVP to 707 823-6111x114
14-16 Mendocino County Fair and Apple Show at the Boonville, CA Fairgrounds, 9am to Midnight. For a complete rundown on all events and times click HERE
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Harvest Celebration at Handley Cellars 5-8 with dinner at 6:30. $75 per person all inclusive including wine. Reservations at 707 895-376. View menu HERE
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Anderson Valley Land Trust invites you to join them at Filigreen Farm in Anderson Valley for a look at diverse fruit culture. Chris and Stephanie Tebbutt will lead a tour of this Demeter certified Biodynamic farm, and share some of their experiences in over 36 years of planting, development, harvesting and restoration on this very special place along Anderson Creek. Following the tour there will be tastes from the farm and a casual lunch by Chef Cristina Jones. You can also taste wines, cider and brandy made from fruit grown in Filigreen’s vineyard and orchards, featuring wine, cider and spirits makers from Anderson Valley, Berkeley, California and Hotchkiss, Colorado. Field Notes and Farm Bites: $100 per person. Purchase tickets at http://www.andersonvalleylandtrust.org/events
Contact: avlt@mcn.org or 707-895-3150

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DECEMBER 2018

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3rd Annual Anderson Valley Holiday Passport Wine Weekend. Info and tickets HERE

 

 

 

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