Here’s a list of local farmers’ markets open in September & October:


Community Farmers’ Market

At the Bodega Bay Community Center. Live music, local produce, hot food, new artisans, and a beautiful venue make this a mandatory weekend stop at the coast.

2255 Highway 1, Bodega Bay.

Sundays through October 28, 10am to 2pm.


Cloverdale Community Farmers’ Market

Good eats and good farmers.

Tuesdays, 3pm to 6pm. Rain or Shine.

225 N. Cloverdale Blvd., in the empty lot next to Plank Coffee.


Certified Farmers’ Market

A kid-friendly event in Forestville’s downtown park. Bursting with local produce, specialty foods, live music, and wine-tasting for grown-ups.

6990 Front St., Forestville, on Hwy 116 across from Canetti’s Restaurant.

Tuesdays through September 11, 4pm to 7pm.


Community Farmers’ Market

9000 Sonoma Hwy at St. Patrick’s Church

Sundays through September 30, 10am to 2pm.


Farmers’ Markets

The Healdsburg market is one of the county’s granddaddy gatherings. You won’t find any imports or manufactured goods among the vendors here, and all the growers and food producers are local.

North and Vine Streets, one block west of the Plaza. Saturdays through November 24, 8:30am to noon.

Accepts CalFresh.


Bohemian Farmers’ Market

The perfect balance of wacky and hip community vibes.

Main and Second streets, Occidental.

Fridays through October, 4pm to dusk.

Accepts CalFresh.


Petaluma East Side Farmers’ Market

Perfect for lunchtime shopping! Lucchesi Park,

320 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma.

Tuesday: Year-round, Rain or Shine, 10am to 1:30pm. Accepts CalFresh. Market Match.

Farmers’ Market

Under the trees with nearly as many crafters as food vendors.

Walnut Park, Corner of D Street and Petaluma Boulevard South, Petaluma.

Saturdays through November 17, 2pm to 5pm.

Accepts CalFresh. Market Match.


Oakmont Farmers’ Market

Sweet, small, simple.

In the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot at Oakmont and White Oak drives. Saturday: Year-round, 9am to noon. Accepts CalFresh.

Santa Rosa Community Market

Convenient location in downtown Santa Rosa. Great vendors.

In the Veterans Building parking lot,

1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa.

Wednesdays: Year-round, 9am to 1pm.

Saturdays: Year-round, 8:30am to 1pm. Rain or Shine.

Accepts CalFresh. Market Match.

Santa Rosa Original Certified Market

Possibly the largest Saturday market in the county.

50 Mark West Springs Road, on the north east side of the Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa.

Wednesday and Saturday: Year-round, 8:30am to 1pm.

Accepts CalFresh.

West End Farmers’ Market

Produce, vendors, and Sonoma Meat Company booth.

Depot Park in Railroad Square, between 4th and 5th streets at Wilson Street.

Sundays through October 28, 9:30am to 2pm.

Accepts CalFresh. They match CalFresh funds up to a certain amount.


Sebastopol Farmers’ Market

Like a magical maze filled with flowers, food, and friendly West County faces. In the Sebastopol Plaza, Weeks Way and Petaluma Street, Sebastopol.

Sunday: Year-round, 10am to 1:30pm.

Accepts CalFresh.


Sonoma Valley Certified Farmers’ Market

Held continuously since 1985.

In Arnold Field, 241 W. First St., Sonoma.

Friday: Year-round, 9am to 12:30pm.

Accepts CalFresh.

Valley of the Moon Certified Farmers’ Market

Plan to picnic on the Plaza with your goodies.

Sonoma Town Plaza, 2 E. Napa St., Sonoma. Behind City Hall.

Tuesdays through September 25, 5:30pm to dusk.

Accepts CalFresh. They match CalFresh funds up to a certain amount.


Windsor Certified Farmers’ Market

Earn market bucks for riding your bike!

701 McClelland Drive at Market Street on the Town Green.

Sundays from April 8 to December 9, 10am to 1pm.

Thursdays through September 6, 5pm to 8pm.

Accepts CalFresh


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