Round Barn Wedding- Market opens & Closes Early

Apr 9, 2014 in Updates

April 13th -THIS Sunday only- the West End Farmers Market opens early at 9:30 a.m. and closes early at 12:45 p.m. There will be a Spring wedding at DeTurk Round Barn and we are adjusting our market hours to accommodate the celebratory wedding party.

Round Barn Wedding

Round Barn Wedding

Sprawling River at Vanoni Ranch– Cal Vanoni has been farming over 25 years. He is a grower of rare and unique fresh fruits and vegetables. His “No Till” Permaculture garden in Geyserville produces anything from yacon, to flint corn for polenta, calendula blossoms for salads to figs & peaches.  He is now offering green garlic, favas, calendulas and more.

Want to know about Pepperwood Nuts? Ask Cal!

Want to know about Pepperwood Nuts? Ask Cal!

 

Live Music on our North Bay Hootenanny Stage: Ben Weiner, solo accordionist and singer.  This multi-talented musician also plays with the North Bay bands The Crux & Fishbear.

Ben Weinerwb

Don’t forget to play the “Selfie” Game. It’s easy and fun. Just take a Selfie at WEFM and post it to a social network. Show the post to Market Manager Allen Thomas and he’ll give you a WEFM “Buck”. You get $1 off any WEFM vendor AND you’ll let folks that you are having a good time at the West End Farmers Market in Santa Rosa.

Picture yourself at WEFM

Picture yourself at WEFM

Sunflowers for Santa Rosa- Stop by the WEFM every Sunday in April to get your Free sunflower seeds. The Sunflowers for Santa Rosa project is about “Growing Community One Sunflower at a Time”. Sunflowers are drought tolerant and provide nectar for the birds, seed for the birds and smiles all around.

Look for Terry to get your free sunflower seeds.

Look for Terry to get your free sunflower seeds.

Are you interested in sponsoring the West End Farmers Market? Call Allen Thomas, Market Manager for info (707) 477-8422

Thank you WEFM Sponsor!

Thank you WEFM Sponsor!

See you this Sunday at the West End Farmers Market- market hours THIS SUNDAY ONLY at 9:30 a.m to 12:45 p.m., located on Donahue Street between Boyce and Decker Streets