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Harvest Home Stores
107 W Napa St, Sonoma, CA 95476

     As stated on its website " At Harvest Home Stores our designers' goal is to provide trueMore customer satisfaction and the best value. Whether you are redesigning, remodeling, or starting from scratch, we provide exceptional design and home improvement experience."

     You will find this Harvest Home Store located in an old feed store with large front windows and seasonal displays welcoming you in off the street. Once inside you will find eye- popping decor for almost every room in the house. What you won't find is bland or boring white shelves and walls in this store.


Harvest Moon Café
487 1st St W, Sonoma, CA 95476
Located in the historic Leese-Fitch Adobe, on the square, is the Harvest Moon Café. Owner, pastry chef and eventMore coordinator Jen Demarest and her husband Nick welcome you to enjoy the seasonal outdoor patio or the cozy dining room. Specializing in locally grown vegetables and sustainably farmed meats, poultry and fish, the menu changes daily and is paired with an extensive wine list. The eatery is 2010 Michelin rated.
Schug Carneros Estate Winery
602 Bonneau Rd, Sonoma, CA 95476
Located near the intersection of Arnold Drive and Highway 121, this small, family owned winery is open daily forMore tasting, and specializes in wines for the local eateries. The 2008 Pinot Noir is the flagship wine here, as well as its Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Rouge De Noirs and the Late Harvest Riesling. Founded in 1980 by Walter Schug, he now shares his passion with his son, Alex Schug and local winemaker Mike Cox. The Heritage Club wine club offers preferred pricing on wine and gifts, as well as V.I.P. winery tours and tastings. The winery offers private parties in the wine cave with reservations.
Sonoma Ecology Center
20 E Spain St, Sonoma, CA 95476
For 20 years the Sonoma Ecology Center (SEC) has been engaging in activities realize its mission of "working with [the]More community to enhance and sustain ecological health in Sonoma Valley." The ecologically unifying characteristic about the Sonoma Valley is that it is a watershed, or a ridge-line, encircled basin with creeks and streams all replenished by rainfall within that area--and all being fed by or feeding each other. The SEC focuses a lot of its research, mapping, restoration and education on the Sonoma Valley watershed and water table. A big part of the group's work involves the community. Educational outings and lectures are listed on the website, along with information about K-12 Watershed Education and the Enviro-Leaders program for youth ages 14-18. The Sonoma Garden Park is run by the SEC and offers a garden camp, volunteer days, community garden plots, a harvest market, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, gardening workshops, and occasional celebrations. The SEC office is located in the downtown Sonoma State Historic Park and is not staffed at regular hours. The best way to get involved is to check the website or visit the Sonoma Garden Park during volunteer days: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Garden is on 7th street, just past MacArthur. 
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