Sonoma Valley Restaurants, Wineries, Businesses to Offer Free Services to First Responders, Military, Veterans

Thousands of first responders and military reservist came to Sonoma County to help fight the wildfires that ravaged the region last month. As the fires are now contained, many remain and continue to support the local community in its efforts to rebuild, including in Sonoma Valley, where fires destroyed many Glen Ellen, Sonoma and Kenwood homes and businesses.

To honor these first responders and military reservists – and all active military and veterans, and their immediate families – Sonoma Valley is hosting its 4th annual Freedom Week, November 8-12. During this week, local wineries, restaurants, and other businesses will open up their doors with special offerings as a display of gratitude.

Click through the gallery above to discover free services offered by local businesses in Sonoma Valley to first responders, veterans, active and reserve military, and their immediate families, November 8-12. 

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