Art & Garden Festival

Our much loved Art & Garden festival will return on July 9th, 2017, for it's 16th year, from 11am to 5pm.  Once again we'll host fine local crafters, artisans, gardeners, live music on two stages and an array of local wineries, breweries, restaurants & fine food purveyors will offer tastings.

This event is free to attend, but you have to purchase a Tasting Package in order to partake in all the great wine, craft beer, cocktails and food tasting.

Check back periodically as we'll be adding information about food, tasting packages, entertainment and more as we get closer to the event!

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Featuring  Musical Performances By...
Soul Section playing from 3-5pm is a Bay Area band with its primary focus on the great funk and soul music of the 60's and 70's. They also draw favorites from the deep well of the entire Rock era.

The HOTS playing from 1:30-2:45pm is not your MAMAS cover band.  The Hots area a really fun band that take the songs you knwo and love and make them come alive in a whole new way - old school rock with wheels!  Just great dance music! & Friends playing from 11-11:50am.   

JKev, with his friends Randy Vincent (Guitar), Chris Pimentel (Guitar) and Chris Amberger (bass) Performing jass standards, as well as, contemporay songs picked out and aranged in a jazzy feel.

A sample of last years Tastings From Our Restaurant's Finest:

Rocky & Rosie Chicken  : Cheer Amaretto Wings Amaretto liqueur, morita chili peppers, and fresh cherries. Pepper Chicken & Artichoke Hummus Naan grilled chicken breast, sweet peppers, with fresh artichoke hummus.
BBQ Bros  :  Delicious Sausage & Shrimp Paella
Wine By The Slice : White Zinfandel, Pineapple Coconut Run, and Key Lime Cakes made with premium liqueurs baked in for all to enjoy. All natural, quality ingredients to create a decadent dessert.
Quinua : Ceviche de Pescado marinated will caught Red Snapper in fresh lime juice mixed with red onions, white corn, and a touch of rocoto. Causa Colonial mashed peruvian yellow potato, aji Amarillo topped with fresh fried octopus.
Preferred Sonoma Caterers  : Thai Chicken Banh Mi, their version of the popular Vietnamese sandwich combines chickn tenders in a Bali barbeque sauce topped with traditional pickled vegetables including carrots, daikon and jalapeno, all served on a French roll.
Brixx  : Thin sliced Nor Cal pizza with sun dried tomatoes, pine nuts, mozzarella, goat cheese and fresh baisil. Sweet Heater willie bird chicken breast, jalapeno, mozzarella, smoked gouda, and BBQ sauce.
Plaza Tequila : Tacos with marinated pork, pollo con crema agria y chaminones, chicken chipotle.
Dickey's Petaluma :Brisket sliders with mashed potatoes
Cold Stone Creamery : Delicious Cold Stone signature ice cream placed on a classic cone.
Fit for a King Caterers: Arugula Salad with chicken and nectarine vinaigrette & brownies
Trader Joe's : Offering a variety of cheese and crackers.

 Paired with Your Favorite Decadent  Sponsoring Wine or Local Beer
Heidrun Meadery
Gowan Heirloom Cider
Petaluma Wine department


Adults and children of all ages will want to compete in the free chalk art competition sponsored by Bradley Real Estate.  Please RSVP by calling the Petaluma Downtown Association on: 707-762-9348

It's free to enter just give us a call so that we can reserve you a spot. Fun prizes and bragging rights are the icing on the cake...the best part is sharing your talent. The public are the judges so be sure to bring your friends.

Even if you donít feel like getting on your knees and chalking your own artistic scene, it is exciting to see the end results from other budding chalk artists.

Here is some of our incredibly talented vendors!


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