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Gravenstein Apple Fair


August 17, 2019
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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$10 – $15
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Ragle Ranch Regional Park
500 Ragle Road
Sebastopol, CA 95472 United States
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Farm Trails
(707) 837-8896


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Enjoy local farm-to-table food & libations, live music, arts & crafts, workshops, demonstrations, farmer panels, and lots of good old-fashioned fun for the whole family!

Live music on two stages features over a dozen Bay Area favorites including: Hot Buttered Rum, Midtown Social, FulaMuse, Gator Nation & more!
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Adults will enjoy craft ciders, microbrews and fine local wines. Plus, exceptional food from Ramen Gaijin, Zazu’s the Black Piglet, Farmer’s Wife, & Grandma’s Apple Fritters, to name a few.

The Artisan Tasting Lounge features 30+ artisanal tastes of local cheeses, chef’s bites, farm bounty, chocolate, honey, & craft libations, including a special label Apple Fair release from Tilted Shed Ciderworks. (ATL ticket is $20, in addition to fair admission).
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At the Do-It-Yourself Arena, you can learn how to make jam from actor & activist Peter Coyote, build a natural beehive with esteemed bee whisperer & advocate Michaele Thiele, plus 6 other unique workshops offered by local experts. Life on the Farm Stage provides opportunities to discover pro tips on keeping backyard chickens, goats & llamas. And you get to witness sheep shearing and goat milking. Not to be missed are the compelling and inspiring panel interviews hosted each day at 1:30 by Clark Wolf: Indigenous Foodways (Sat.) and Female Farmers (Sun.).

It’s for sure fun for the whole family! Compete in games & contests like apple pie eating, apple juggling, piglet racing, wheelbarrow relays, chicken poop bingo, etc! Children will enjoy hands-on crafts, farm animals, sing-alongs, stilt walkers, giant bubbles, tractor pedal races, and activities with the Charles M. Schulz Museum.