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Although food and wine abound, there are lots of other things to do in the area. This list is by no means complete, but it will give you a place to start to explore the region. There is something for everyone: spas, boutiques, beautiful parks and interesting museums.

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Wine is the backbone of our economy. Each year, one can't help but notice the buds swell, the freshness of the pale green new leaves, the lush beauty of the summer vineyard, then the fruit swelling and ripening. The vineyard workers come and harvest the fruit and the whole valley is rich with the smell of the crush. The leaves turn their autumn colors and fall to the ground and the vineyard is asleep again. The wineries, however, are busy making the fruit of the grapevines into sumptuous wines.


These industry groups offer more information about wines, wineries and the industry surrounding it.

Wineries of the Dry Creek Valley Dry Creek Valley Area of Healdsburg Winery Association
Alexander Valley Events Alexander Valley Area of Healdsburg Winery Association
Russian River Wine Road Russian River Winery Association
Sonoma County Wineries Association Sonoma County Winery Association
Sonoma County Wine Library Resource Database for Wine Professionals
Fresh Foods

The first Saturday in May is the official opening date for the Saturday Farmer's Market. Join your neighbors for this weekly celebration of community in support of locally grown food. The Farmer's Market is at North and Vine Streets one block west of the Plaza from 9:00 a.m. to noon from May 5th through late autumn.

This month, you'll be able to find fresh lettuce, chard and other greens, plus winter root crops such as beets and carrots. There should be fava beans most of the month and the first of the local summer squash has already started to trickle in. Fresh, sweet local strawberries are coming into season and, by the end of the month, we should be starting to see some cherries and apricots. By the end of May, the breba crop of figs should come in and, with a bit of luck, we'll see them in the market soon.

Sonoma County produce is featured in most of our restaurants. It's always a good night to eat out in Healdsburg.

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