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Wine Country Farmers Markets Guide

Sonoma County Farmer's Markets

Santa Rosa Farmers Market
Sonoma County Farmer’s Markets


Santa Rosa Farmers Market
Sonoma County Farmer's Markets

(Year-Round) Santa Rosa Farmers Market – Veteran’s Building:  One of the county’s biggest and best markets. Year round, Saturday mornings from 8am to noon.
(Seasonal) Santa Rosa Wednesday Night Farmers Market, late May through September, Wednesday nights from 5 to 8:30pm.
(Seasonal) Sebastopol Farmers Market: Town Square, April through November, Sunday from 10am to 1pm.
(Seasonal) Healdsburg Certified Farmers Market: Vine & North St., May through November, Sat., 9am to noon; Tuesdays in the Plaza from 4-6:30pm, June through October.
(Year-Round) Sonoma Farmers Market: Year round, Friday, 9am to noon in Depot Park
(Seasonal) Windsor Farmers market: May through December, 10am to 1pm, May through Nov.; Thursday nights 5-8pm on the Town Green, June through September.
(Seasonal) Petaluma Farmers Market: May through October, Saturdays, 2-5pm, Walnut Park.
(Seasonal) Rohnert Park Farmers Market: New for 2010! Friday nights from 5 to 8pm, June 4 through late September. Parking lot adjoining the library and City Center Plaza.
(Seasonal) Occidental Farmers Market: Downtown Occidental, Fridays from June through October, 4pm to dusk.
(Seasonal) Cotati Farmers Market: La Plaza Park, Thursday nights from June thoruigh October from 4:30pm to Dusk.
(Year Round) Marin Farmers Markets: Marin Civic Center (the largest farmer’s market in the North Bay), 8am to 1pm Sunday through Thursday, year-round; Novato Tuesday May through September from 4-8pm.
(Seasonal) Occidental Bohemian Farmers Market: Downtown Occidental, Fridays from June-October 4pm to dusk.

Editor’s Note: Travel, dining and wine tasting can be complicated right now. Use our inspirational ideas to plan ahead for your next outing, be it this week or next year. If you visit restaurants, wineries, and other businesses during the pandemic, remember to call ahead, make reservations, wear a mask and social distance.

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