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Sonoma Spring Farm Tour Weekend 2017

Cuddle baby animals, watch bees make honey and more at nearly 50 North Bay farms
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Sonoma County farms are abundant with seedlings and barnyard babies. Pack up the family and head out to the farm to celebrate Spring and see what’s flowering.

Tour your way through Sonoma County and visit your choice of nearly 50 farms. Activities include farm tours, demonstrations, animal petting, games and crafts for kids, tastings, cooking demos, flower arranging, and more.

Many stops will offer snacks, lunches and epic picnic sites. Farm stands will be open for fresh-from-the-source purchases.

Blossoms, Bees & Barnyard Babies: Sonoma Farm Tour Weekend
April 29th & 30th, 2017 | 10 am until 4 pm
Various Locations around Sonoma County
FREE (most locations), but an RSVP is required – they’ll send you a great FAQ and tips on food along the way.

View the 2017 Spring Tour Map

Cuddle baby animals, watch honey bees make honey, learn about Sonoma County’s rich agricultural history from the farmers themselves, sample delicious food & discover some of Sonoma County’s best kept secrets.

Many of the stops & activities are free (a few might hve more in depth experiences with cover charges of $5 to $20). All you need is transportation, a map of your route, a cooler to keep your farm purchases fresh, and a sense of adventure

Bees • Bunnies • Chickens • Cows • Goats • Horses • Sheep
Water Buffalo • Animal Cuddling • Tours • Classes • Hay Rides
Maypole • School Gardens • Flowers • Plants • Trees • Cheese
Eggs • Meat • Wine • lavender • Olive Oil· Wool • Honey • Produce
Picnics • Farm Stands • Country Stores • Food Carts
Baked Goods • Crafts