Despite the cancellation of the 47th Annual Gravenstein Apple Fair, the main fundraiser for Sonoma County Farm Trails, local trees are bursting with fruit and Gravenstein lovers still need a way to get the fresh Gravenstein apples and related products that they look forward to each year.
To help you enjoy the bounty of Sonoma County, we partnered with several local farmers and producers on our first-ever curbside pickup pop-up: Grav & Go!
Grav & Go! will take place at the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center on August 15 and 16, the same weekend that the fair was originally scheduled. Orders must be placed and prepaid on the Farm Trails website by noon on Thursday, August 13. Volunteers will have orders ready to load into customers’ cars at the contact-free curbside pickup. Participating is easy, safe, and bushels of fun!
Stay tuned for more Gravenstein-related offerings coming soon!
Get your Grav on, and SIP and savor with us!
The Gravenstein Apple Fair voted Best Festival in Sonoma County by North Bay Bohemian
Thanks to the readers of the North Bay Bohemian for voting for the Gravenstein Apple Fair as the Best Festival in Sonoma County! We found out we won just before shelter in place was declared, and now that we’ve had to cancel this year’s fair, the award is a little bittersweet. But we are hopeful that we will be able to gather again under the majestic oaks of Ragle Ranch Park in 2021. We’ll keep you posted!