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Wedding Preparation Can Be as Simple as Mouse Clicks

Pity the unprepared wedding couple. What should be a glorious day exchanging vows can sometimes be marred by stress, given all the planning, managing the guests, and then, the extra demands of coordinating a honeymoon.

Yet what if you could visit just one website, and with a few clicks of the mouse, have it all come together? And without the even more challenging requirement of finding that perfect wedding planner?

Gerard's Paella y Tapas

Gerard Nebesky is a well-known chef in the Sonoma County food world, long adored for his superb paella that he cooks over open flames in huge pans at Wine Country farmers’ markets, festivals and wineries. But he hasn’t had a restaurant to call his own since he sold his first Bohemian Café in Occidental in 2001, where he made an eclectic mix of pizzas, sushi and Thai food.

Gerard’s Paella y Tapas, Santa Rosa, California

Flavor Fiesta is a Dessert and Drinks Party in Windsor

With shaved ice cream, donuts, fruit fritters, raspados (shaved ice), ice creams, mangonada (fruit drinks), and more, there’s something for every sweet tooth at the new Flavor Fiesta in Windsor.

For all the marvelous Mexican food to be had in Sonoma County, we don’t often think of Mexican desserts. Deep fried ice cream or churros, and that’s generally it. But Flavor Fiesta is changing that.

Kendall-Jackson’s Harvest Celebration, Sept. 30, 2018

As this year’s Kendall-Jackson’s Harvest Celebration ramps up for Sept. 30, 2018 at Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens in Santa Rosa, there are all kinds of farm and food activities in the works.

Harvest season in Sonoma County is always a busy affair, not just for winemakers and grape growers, but for farmers of all kinds, who are busy with the autumn bounty of greens, pumpkins, apples, late summer tomatoes, and more.

Experience a Whole New Taste of Sonoma Sept. 1, 2018

Sonoma County’s Taste of Sonoma has become a world-class event, gathering guests from across the nation for a brilliant experience with hundreds of chefs, wineries, and artisan food purveyors. Taking over the lawns, courtyard, gardens and workshop rooms at Sonoma State University's prestigious Green Music Center on Saturday, Sept. 1, it’s a full day celebrating the Sonoma County lifestyle.

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