Anderson Valley California
Mendocino County
Wine, Waves and Weed

Events 2017

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APRIL 2018

EVERY SATURDAY Boonville Winter Market in front of the General Store in Boonville, CA 9:30am - 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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Community Easter Church Service 8 am in front of the Boonville Methodist Church, 13850 Highway 128. Valley Bible Fellowship is hosting this for the entire valley. Celebrate the resurrectioon of Jesus Christ. There will be hymns, prayer, fellowship, refeshments, and reading of the Bible. No admission and no offering will be taken. More information call Paster Dave Koolyers at 707 895-2325.
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Easter Egg Hunt and Hot Dogs at Family Life Christian Center 14500 Highway 128, Boonville, CA. 11 am.
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Joe Blow and his Rock & Roll band will play at Lauen's Restaurant in downtown Boonville, CA 9pm.

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Barn Sale 12761 Anderson Valley Way, Boonville, CA All things used. Turn at the St. Elizabeth Seton sign and go to the top of the hill.
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Grange Pancake and Eggs Breakfast. Organic local grain, eggs and natural bacon and gluten free alternate. $5-$10. 8:30 till 11 at the Philo Grange just west of Boonville, CA.
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Candidate Forum for 5th District Supervisor at the Philo Grange. Candidates Arthur Juhl, David Roderick, Alan Rodier, Chris Skyhawk and Ted Williams will be on hand to answer questions and discribe their qualifications for the June 5th election. Doors open at 6:30 Meeting at 7pm.
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Trivia Quiz at Lauren's Cafe in downtown Boonville, CA. Bring your quick thoughts and join in the fun starting at 7pm. No ticket necessary. Dinner from 5 to 9.
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95th Annual Spring Wildflower Show at the Boonville Fairgrounds, June Hall, 10 am to 4 pm. An indoor display of up to 400 trees, scrubs. wildflowers and other plants from Mendocino County. Plants are for sale and listed by common and botanical name. There is also a tea room for refreshments, books for sale natural talks and a raffle. Proceeds go to a scholarship program and to help put on the event. Sponsored by the Unity Club, Garden Section. Admission is free. For more information call Robin at 707 895-2609.
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4th Annual Anderson Valley Goat Festival at the Boonville Fairgrounds 10-4pm held in conjunction with the Wildflower Show (above). A celebration of all things goat. Details will be posted when available. More info contact Cindy at 707 489-2949.
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Trivia Quiz at Lauren's Cafe in downtown Boonville, CA. Bring your quick thoughts and join in the fun starting at 7pm. No ticket necessary. Dinner from 5 to 9.
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Live music at Lauren's Restaurant in downtown Boonville, CA, Dance music by Boonfire starts at 9pm. This is a benefit for public radio station KZYX/Z. Dinner served 5-9pm
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22nd Annual legendary Boonville Beer Festival 1-5 at the Mendocino County Fairgrounds in downtown Boonville, CA. 80 brewerys will be pouring beer to the tunes of 4 live bands. Advanced tickets are $45 and $60 at the door. NO DOGS Tickets INFO AT 707 895-beer EXT 140 or HERE
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Del Sol String Quartet by the students at the Anderson Valley High School cafeteria in Boonville, CA 7pm. FREE

MAY 2018

Farmers Market is every Saturday May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

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Bueno Yabbelow Music Series Hosted by Gabriela Frank and the Del Sol String Quartet with special guest from the Gabriela Leno Frank Creative Academy of Music. 7 - 8:30 pm at the Anderson Valley Grange in Philo. Tickets at the door $10, 18 and under free. Doors open at 6:30 info HERE
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World Naked Gardening Day. People across the globe are encouraged, on the first Saturday of May, to tend their portion of the world's garden unclothed as nature intended. Careful near the roses.
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A free science class on the study of Sudden Oak Death Blitz at the Gilbreath Reserve in Yorkville at the end of Fish Rock Road. The event is put on by Universary of California Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County SOD Specialists and funded by the US Forest Service. Bring your own oak samples and meet at the Yorkville Post Office at 9am. Either drive your own 4x4 vehicle or ride with some one with a 4x4.
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Live music at Lauren's Restaulrant downtown Boonville, CA. The Ukeholics take the stage at 9pm. Dinner served from 5 to 9.
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36th Annual Boontling Classic 5K Footrace. 10 am. Start and finish line is at the Anderson Valley Elementary School on Anderson Valley Way. Entry fee is $10 and T-Shirt is $10. Plaques and Ribbons will be awarded. For more info contact Mike McDonald at 707 621-2701.
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Trivia Quiz at Lauren's Cafe in downtown Boonville, CA. Bring your quick thoughts and join in the fun starting at 7pm. No ticket necessary. 7 pm Dinner from 5 to 9.
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Selfcare Preactices to Enrich Life, presentation by Gabrielle Vaco at Lauren's Restaurant in downtown Boonville, CA. Mixer at 4pm presentation at 4:30. Refreshments provided.
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Grange Pancake and Eggs Breakfast. Organic local grain, eggs and natural bacon and gluten free alternate. $5-$10. 8:30 till 11 at the Philo Grange just west of Boonville, CA.
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Bueno Yabbelow Music Series Hosted by Gabriela Frank and the Del Sol String Quartet with special guest from the Gabriela Leno Frank Creative Academy of Music. 7 - 8:30 pm at the Anderson Valley Grange in Philo. Tickets at the door $10, 18 and under free. Doors open at 6:30 info HERE
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Dog and Cat Clinic. Mendocino Animal Hospital veterinans will be at the Anderson Valley Farm Supply in Philo for physicals, vaccinations, blood draws and pedicures. 2 - 4 pm.
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Live music at Lauren's Restaurant downtown Boonville, CA. Steve Derwinski and the Real Sarah's play at 9pm. Dinner served from 5-9.
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21st Annual Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival taste Pinot from more than 50 producers, along with gourmet food and live music. Events include Winemaker Dinner, a Grand Tasting, BBQ in the Vineyard, Technical Conference, Winery Open Houses, and a few surprises. Sign up and buy tickets HERE
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Trivia Quiz at Lauren's Cafe in downtown Boonville, CA. Bring your quick thoughts and join in the fun starting at 7pm. No ticket necessary. Dinner from 5 to 9.
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Live music by the Highrollers with Kevin Owens, Sarah Farber and friends. 9pm at Lauren's Restaurant in downtown Boonville, CA.
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Lion's Club BBQ at the Boonville, CA Fairgrounds. Tri-tip, Chicken, portabella Mushrooms, cole slaw, baked potato, dessert, silent auction, music. $20 at the door. 4 - 7 pm. A benifit for the Anderson Valley Elder Home.
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Memorial Day Week-end Flea market at the Anderson Valley Senior Center, Veterans Building, 14410 Highway 128, Boonville, CA.
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Open Studio by artist, potters and craftman of the Anderson Valley. Get a behind the scenes peek at the studios of a selection of the valley's finest artists on a free, self-guided driving tour through Anderson Valley, 11am - 5pm. For artist bio go HERE
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Dog and Cat Clinic. Mendocino Animal Hospital veterinans will be at the Anderson Valley Farm Supply in Philo for physicals, vaccinations, blood draws and pedicures. 2 - 4 pm. Signs along highway 128 will lead you to the studios.

JUNE 2018

Farmers Market is every Saturday May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

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Grange Pancake and Eggs Breakfast. Organic local grain, eggs and natural bacon and gluten free alternate. $5-$10. 8:30 till 11 at the Philo Grange just west of Boonville, CA.
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Dog and Cat Clinic. Mendocino Animal Hospital veterinans will be at the Anderson Valley Farm Supply in Philo for physicals, vaccinations, blood draws and pedicures. 2 - 4 pm.
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25th annual Sierra Nevada World Music Festival presenting 26 bands on two stages including dancehall, arts, crafts food village kidzone, onsite camping, at the Boonville, CA fairgrounds. Tickets and info HERE

JULY 2018

Farmers Market is every Saturday May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

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Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration at the Boonville Fairgrounds sponsored by the AV Education Foundation, noon to 4pm. $5 adult - under 14 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, Mexican lunch plate, lemonade and root beer floats, wine and beer, blackleberry and apple pie, baked goods. Questions call Gail Gester 895-2344
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Lions Club BBQ at Naverro Vineyards. Benifits Anderson Valley Housing Association. (Bill Harper 707 895-2609)
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6th Annual Anderson Valley Barrel Tasting Weekend. Wineries along highway 128 will be pouring taste yet-to-be-released wines from the barrel as well as current releases . You will receive a logo wine glass and a wrist band which will give you access to wineries both days. $25 in advance and @30 at the door. Info HERE

AUGUST 2018

Farmers Market is every Saturday May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

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18th 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)

SEPTEMBER 2018

Farmers Market is every Saturday May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00

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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.

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

OCTOBER 2018

Farmers Market is every Saturday May through October at the Boonville Hotel parking lot. 9:30-12:00.

 

NOVEMBER 2018

 
 

DECEMBER 2018

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

 

 

 

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