Sonoma State Historic Park Association 20 E Spain St, Sonoma, CA95476 In cooperation with the California State Park Association, the Sonoma State Historic Park Association preserves and…More illuminates upon Sonoma and Petaluma's history. The non profit aims to retell the events that predate the Golden State's rich history. Membership offers discounts to local events and activities sponsored by the association.
Find The Fun Productions 165 France St, Sonoma, CA95476-7139 Find The Fun Productions creates educational DVD videos for children of all ages, with the intent of providing lessons…More on American History in a format palatable to juvenile tastes. Each DVD is packed with information on the history of the United States, from the American Colonies to the Civil War, as presented through puppetry, music and live action storytelling. All products are available for sale on the Find The Fun Productions website, and shipping is free for each DVD.
Charles Creek Vineyard 483 1st St W, Sonoma, CA95476 This location is a gallery and tasting room for Charles Creek, a vineyard that has been awarded over 75 gold medals in…More its brief history.
Sonoma League for Historic Preservation 291 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation is a non-profit organization with the mission to honor and preserve the…More history and charm of Sonoma Valley. Every 10 years the league organizes historic surveys. With a grid over the valley, a group of volunteers document those buildings listed as historic and verify which are not. The organization is housed at the Heritage Center and with its own history of 40 years is a true vestige of Sonoma.
Cove Laboratory Software 481 Brazil St, Sonoma, CA95476 Cove Laboratory Software is a software developing company that creates unique inventory management software solutions…More used by businesses of all sizes throughout Sonoma and beyond. Cove Laboratory's Inventory Management performs functions including creating purchase orders, shipment receiving, purchase history analysis and more.
Established in 1987, Beltone Products is a private company specializing in hearing aids. With 1,400 locations…More nationwide, office visits include a lifestyle assessment, health history, hearing evaluation, explanation of results, demonstration and fitting.
Crescent Montessori School 276 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 The Crescent Montessori School is an elementary school located in the Sonoma Valley Community Center. It is based on a…More "Montessori style" curriculum, which features hands-on learning and task-driven activities to foster a life-long "love of learning." It offers a wholistic curriculum, including study of language arts, mathematics, history, geography, physical education, health education, science and visual arts. The school does not assign homework, as students learn actively throughout the day, with individualized curriculum and teacher attention.
Regent Publishing Services 367 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 In business since 1985, Regent Publishing Services has a long history of assisting small scale organizations and major…More publishers alike. Regent is comprised of 50 individuals with nine sales offices worldwide including locations in New York, Hong Kong and Sonoma. Regent specializes in Asian manufactured prints and book production, and services include estimates, prepress, printing, binding and shipping. Regent's extensive website assists both existing and interested clients.
Sonoma United Methodist Church 109 Patten St, Sonoma, CA95476 Led by Pastor Pam Cummings, the Sonoma United Methodist Church was established in 1850. Housed in its current Patten…More Street building since 1954, the Methodist Church is a historical landmark and mainstay in the community of Sonoma. The site holds regular group meetings for organizations such as teen groups, cancer-support groups and Alcoholics Anonymous. There are social organizations hosted by the church including a book club, quilting club and regular coffee socials. Sonoma United offers both a choir and a bell choir as well as three separate Sunday School classes grouped by age: under 4, 5-9 and 10 and over. A comprehensive survey of the Church's history and the founding of Sonoma can be viewed on the website.
Robledo Family Winery 21901 Bonness Rd, Sonoma, CA95476 The Robledo Family Winery is located in Sonoma and offers a wide range of red and white wine choices, including…More Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Merlot. The winery is family owned and operated and offers a wide range of events, as well as membership opportunities and wine pairing events. The winery has a tasting room, which is always open to the public by appointment to visit, enjoy or purchase the wines. The tasting room houses many of the oak barrels the winery uses for the aging process. Check the main website for details on the history of the winery or to join the wine club.
A rich history combines with modern elegance to make the Sonoma Hotel the "jewel" of the Sonoma Plaza. The…More 19th-century building was originally a dry goods store and butcher shop on the first floor, with Weyl Hall, a community social gathering place, located above.
It has been a hotel since the 1920s and was bought and remodeled by locals Craig Miller and Tim Farfan in 1999. Today, the hotel offers, along with a prime location right on the northwestern corner of the downtown plaza, private baths in each room, televisions, telephones, air conditioning, antiques and "French country furniture reminiscent of a country hotel in Provence." A continental breakfast is included in the room rates, along with complimentary wine!
Sonoma Valley Historical Society 270 1st St W, Sonoma, CA95476 Incorporated in 1937, and informally meeting long before that, the Sonoma Valley Historical Society aims to "collect,…More preserve and disseminate the historical heritage of the 'Valley of the Moon'" (a well-known title this flourishing valley also goes by). The main activity of the society is running the Depot Park Museum. It also meets around seven times a year, according to museum manager and society member Diane Smith, to hear speakers on local history, visit sites and discuss current research and other projects. Most members also volunteer as museum docents at Depot Park one or two days per month.