Anderson Valley California
Mendocino County
Wine, Waves and Weed

Events 2017

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JULY 2017

FARMERS MARKET is every Saturday from May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

July 4, 2017 Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration at the Boonville Fairgrounds sponsored by the Nutrition and Wellness Committee, noon to 4pm. $5 adult - under 12 free. Events include: children's costume parade with prizes at 12:30, Valley tug-o-War Battles, bouncy house, face painting, cake auction, chicken clucking/rooster crowing contest, tug of war for children, Deep Enders vs High Rollers adult tug of war. Food available for purchase: Lion's Club BBQ tri-tip sandwiches, hot dogs, corn on the cob, fruit, lemonade and ice cream, wine and beer, blackleberry and apple pie, baked goods. Questions call Melinda Ellis 895-3646.

July 9, 2017 Pancakes, Bacon and Eggs at the Grange in Philo, about 5 miles north of Boonville, Ca on the left. Organic Grain and Eggs and Natural Bacon. Open mic for a free breakfast. 8:30 to 11.$5-10

July 16, 2017 The Anderson Valley Lions Club is firing up the grill for a classic tri-tip barbecue to benefit the Anderson Valley Housing Association. Hosts for this event are Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn at the Navarro Ranch. On the menu are tri-tip, baked beans, coleslaw, & watermelon, plus appetizers and desert by chef Jared Titus. Tickets , at the gate or by calling 707 895-3532, $35 and include your first drink. Tickets for kids 12 and under are $10. Have a great afternoon, chatting with friends and neighbors under the oaks, listening to a little live music, and supporting affordable housing in Anderson Valley. 

July 21, 2017 Live music at the Philo Grange. The Sam Chase and the Untraditional along with the local harmony singers The Real Sarahs. Doors open at 7:30. Tickets are $15 in advance HERE and $20 at the door. Food, beer and wine are available for purchase.

July 22-23, 2017 5th Annual Anderson Valley Barrel Tasting Weekend at Handley Cellars. 11-4 each day. Taste 2016 vintage reds from the barrel, library wines and current releases. Wine and food pairings and special discounts. Tickets are $20 online HERE or $25 at the door. Hanley is located at 3151 Highway 128 in Philo, CA 800 733-3151.

July 28 - 30, 2017 The Not-So-Simple Living Fair, a weekend of hands-on workshops and demonstrations celebrating rural living and homesteading skills, will be held at the Mendocino County Fairgrounds in Boonville, CA. Click the link for full information.

July 29, 2017 Ribs 'n' Reds presented by Yorkville Highlands, 12-3 at Meyer Family Cellars in Yorkville. Joe's world famous Ribs, Vote for the best wine paring, Wacky Highland games with prizes. Fun for the whole family. Early bird tickets (before7/22) $35.00. DD and minors $20, Kids 10 and under $10. Tickets after 7/22 $50. For tickets click here or call 707 895-2341

AUGUST 2017

FARMERS MARKET is every Saturday from May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

July 12,2017 17th annual Boonville Aviation Knowledge and Folklore Convention (aka) Airport Day. Festivities begin at Noon at the Boonville, CA Airport. Somewhere in the neighborhood of N 39 0 817 X W 123 22 41. If you are staying for dinner at 5pm bring a dish. Drinks provided. Corner of Estate Drive and Airport Road at the Boonville Airport. No RSVP necessary. A free fun day all about mostly small, old airplanes. For safety concerns all dogs must be leashed. Further info call Cindy or Kirk at 707 895-2949. (always the second Saturday of August)

July 23, 2017 The Anderson Valley Historical Society will tell tales about Anderson Valley's past at the Museum at 12340 Highway 128 in Boonville starting at 1:30. Get an update on what's happen'n at the museum. Folks with a long history in the valley will enjoy reminiscing and relative newcomers and guests will learn a thing or two about our great corner of the world. Free admission and refreshments.

SEPTEMBER 2017

FARMERS MARKET is every Saturday from May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

September 4, 2017 Labor Day. 27th 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 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.

September 15-16-17 Mendocino County Fair and apple show at the Boonville Fairgrounds in downtown Boonville, CA. 9am to midnight. For details click here

OCTOBER 2017

FARMERS MARKET is every Saturday from May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

NOVEMBER 2017

EVERY SATURDAY Boonville Winter Market in front of the General Store in Boonville, CA 10am - 12:30 pm rain or shine. This market is for community members to sell their homegrown and handmade meats, crafts, fruits and vegetables. All are welcome and do not need to register. Just show up with your goodies and table and join in. This market is open every Saturday through April. More information from Cindy at 707 895-2949.

DECEMBER 2017

EVERY SATURDAY Boonville Winter Market in front of the General Store in Boonville, CA 10am - 12:30 pm rain or shine. This market is for community members to sell their homegrown and handmade meats, crafts, fruits and vegetables. All are welcome and do not need to register. Just show up with your goodies and table and join in. This market is open every Saturday through April. More information from Cindy at 707 895-2949.

 

 

 

 

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