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Art Trails of Sonoma County
Art Trails (aka Sonoma County Art Trails) is an annual fall open studio program that invites the public to visit artists in their studios, to purchase artwork directly from the artists, and to visit other destinations within the County. The program is now run by the Sebastopol Center for the Arts.

The next Open Studios takes place September 18-19th, and 25-26th, 2021.  More information is at sonomacountyarttrails.org

282 S. High St., Sebastopol, CA, 95472
Art at the Source

“Discover the artistic abundance and natural beauty of Sonoma County … the 21st “Sebastopol Center for the Arts looks forward to welcoming you to our free self-guided Art at the Source open studio tour of western Sonoma County. Since 1995, Art at the Source (AATS) has offered Sonoma County artists an opportunity to show and sell their work in the summer open studio event. Each year art enthusiasts and collectors visit Art at the Source studios to meet the artists, see their work, and purchase beautiful local art.”
This program is run annually by the Sebastopol Center for the Arts in Western Sonoma County. Visit the online gallery year-round at www.artatthesource.org.

282 S. High Street, Sebastopol, CA, 95472
Bodega Seafood, Art & Wine Festival

“We’ve decided to cancel the festival again this year (2021). ” This is closed due to the pandemic for public health and safety reasons.

The annual Bodega Seafood Art & Wine is a unique, high-quality event combining up to 100 arts and crafts venders, entertainment, seafood, wines and micro-brewed beers and tasting booths. The festival is held on a bucholic ranch in the heart of coastal Northern California wine country.

Event dates: cancelled for 2021.  Open again August 27 & 28, 2022.

16855 Bodega Highway Bodega, Bodega, CA 94922
Sonoma County Fair

The Sonoma County Fair was July 28-August 1 & August 4-8th, 2021 at the County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. Art venues include the Hall of Flowers (closed until 2022), art exhibitions, and live music.