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FoodieLand Night Market
FoodieLand Night Market is a foodie-inspired three-day event when thousands of people gather together for food and drink, shopping, and entertainment. If you love everything food and staying current on the latest edible trends, this is your foodie dream come true! Plan your weekends for one or more of these big lot parties and get ready to indulge in plenty of amazing food, dance the night away, and have a blast with friends and family. Come and enjoy diverse cuisine, arts and crafts, merchandise, music, games and more. Admission: $5 (Cash Only). Children under 5 are admitted for free. Tickets can be purchased via credit card through eTix. Vehicle parking is available for $10 (Cash Only)
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Tour, Community Event, Education, Food/Tasting
The Sonoma History Scoop
History with a Scoop of Ice Cream! Track the fascinating life of Don Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo in a fast-paced, unforgettable 1.5 hours that reveals how Sonoma and the players in the Wild West, helped turn what was Mexico into the state of California. Learn about the four Native American Indian tribes that occupied the land first and how their lives were forever changed. What was Sonoma’s role in regards to the gold rush and do we really have secret tunnels with an entire town below the plaza? What did women do in Sonoma back in the 1800’s? What about ghosts? This must-experience Wine-Country-history-tour includes inspiring visits to The Soldier’s Barracks, The Depot Museum, The Toscano Hotel, The Historic Sonoma Plaza and unexpected locations even locals don’t know. Every Saturday at 10:30 AM We also offer high-end Sonoma, Napa Valley and Sausalito Tours that pair gourmet food with wine. Visit our Napa and Sonoma wine country tour page to locate our Sonoma Food and Wine Tour.
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