Events • Food • Happenings & More! Harvest Fair Celebrates the Bounty of Sonoma County, October 4 & 5 2019

SANTA ROSA, CA. ~ August 29, 2019 – Locals and visitors alike can gather in Grace Pa- vilion for a two-day wine packed event to toast the county’s hard-working farmers, ranchers, vintners and producers. Sip or stomp your way through the 2019 Sonoma County Harvest Fair on October 4th and 5th. The epicenter of the

2019 Harvest Fair will be the Tasting Pavilion, featuring the area’s best wine. With over 100 Sonoma County winer- ies participating (with over 300 wines), even the most experienced connoisseur is sure to find a new favorite. The Grand Harvest Tasting ticket offers guests the chance to sa- vor all of the award-winning

wine from this year’s Profes- sional Wine Competition and enjoy some small food bites.

Championship Grape Stomp competition, which can only be experienced at the Har-

pionship stomp, Saturday at 4:30 pm. In addition to brag- ging rights and purple-stained extremities, win- ning teams vie for a grand prize of $1,500. If you feel up to

the challenge, find out more and enter today at Harvest- stomp. The address is 1350 Bennett Valley Road Santa Rosa ~ Harvest- The 2019 Sonoma County Harvest Fair is Fri- day, October 4 and Saturday October 5 at the Sonoma County

Event Center at the Fair-

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vest Fair. Teams will compete on both days trying to garner a coveted spot in the cham-

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Weird Facts & Trivia - 6

The oldest type of soup dates from about 6,000 BC. The recipe calls for sparrow and hippopotamus meat

Researchers have found that Food TV has inspired viewers to want to eat more but not to cook more. Food TV may actually discourage people from cooking be- cause it raises expectations so high.

A chef's hat is officially called a toque, which is Arabic for hat.

In ancient Greece, the word for "cook," "butcher," and "priest" was all the same: mageiros, which shares its etymological root with the word "magic."

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