The 44th Gravenstein Apple Fair will be held on August 12th & 13th, 2017 under the shade of majestic oaks in Ragle Ranch Park in Sebastopol. Join us for a weekend of old-fashioned fun!
There’s something for everyone: live music on two stages, arts & crafts vendors, excellent local food, cider, microbrews & wine, contests & activities, Children’s Corner, Chef’s Tent, Artisan Tasting Lounge, Do-It-Yourself Arena, Life on the Farm Arena and of course our famous heirloom Gravenstein apples.
Volunteers are needed at the Gravenstein Apple Fair! It takes a village to make this fair the wonderful event that it is; we invite you to be part of our team. Most volunteer shifts are around 4 hours long. You will receive a pass for Fair admission both days, an on-site parking pass, a commemorative apron, a beverage coupon redeemable at the end of your shift, and our gratitude! Those willing to work two shifts will also receive a coupon for $5 towards purchase from any food vendor. In addition, volunteers will be invited to a celebration “after party” in September. Volunteer opportunities coming soon!
Saturday, August 12th – 10am until 6pm
Sunday, August 13th – 10am until 6pm
On Site Admission (Cash ONLY)
Adults who bicycle to the fair $12
Seniors (65+) and Veterans $12
Children (ages 6 to 12) $10
Kids 5 and under are FREE
Adults (ages 13 and over) $12
Children (ages 6 to 12) $8
Discounted tickets are now available online.
Beginning June 1st, find them at Harmony Farm Supply in Sebastopol, at all Oliver’s Markets (Cotati, Montecito, Stony Point, & Windsor), and at all Copperfield’s Bookstores (Calistoga, Healdsburg, Napa, Novato, Petaluma, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol), and through our office.
All Vendor applications were due on May 1, 2017.
However, we are now accepting applications on a case-by-case basis.
Love to Bake? Enter the 2017 Apple Pie Baking Contest! Applications available soon
The Gravenstein Apple Fair is produced as Sonoma County Farm Trails’ primary annual fundraiser. All proceeds fund our efforts to support sustainable agriculture in Sonoma County.