Latest Event Updates

Local Food During a Crisis

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The following is a brief addendum to a recent column written for the Sonoma Sun newspaper on this very subject.  (see previous column here .

As we have seen, food becomes extremely important when society is disrupted, with empty store shelves and supply chain overloads and safety concerns impacting food availability.  Local food, grown and produced here in our Valley, becomes that much more important for our local resiliency during crisis.  In addition, many farms rely on restaurant business as an outlet, one which has been reduced to extremely low levels.  The following is an evolving list of the availability of locally grown and produced food during this crisis.

  • The Friday morning farmers’ market at Depot Park continues weekly, with new safety standards and rules in place, be prepared for longer waits for some vendors.
  • Ross Canard is offering CSA vegetable boxes from his infamous Sonoma farm, please contact
  • Oak Hill Farm is now open Saturdays at the Red Barn store, 15101 Hwy 12 in Glen Ellen.  They are also found weekly at the Friday morning market at Depot Park.  more info on their facebook page at:
  • Pauls Produce has been extremely popular on Fridays, and has offered an express box pickup, with a set selection available.
  • Paul is also working with FEED Sonoma, which has a local box pickup in order to shift from restaurant supply to getting local food to our community, see:
  • Mike the Bejkr continues to sell local bread at Fridays market.
  • Fridays market also has produce from Ortiz family, Hector, avocados and other items from Rhodes farm, Sprouts from sweetwater, mushrooms from Bohemian farm, baked good from Baker and Cook, citrus and other fruit from Gertz farm and more, support these producers that feed us!
  • Green String Farm store is open just over the Hill in Petaluma, more info at:
  • Flatbed farm in Glen Ellen has been open Saturdays 10:am – 2:pm, find out more:
  • The starting date for the popular Tuesday Night Market on the Plaza is still in question, word is they are working on ways to start sooner rather than later.

Springsapalooza and other Springs Hall events postponed until further notice.

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The Springs hall is following recommended safety protocols and is postponing Springs Hall events including Springsapalooza and the Chasing Coral Film event in March.  Hopefully we can come back together shortly.  Stay safe and support your local farmers and businesses, now more than ever!


Please follow this link for more information on this growing public health emergency:

Community Film Nights! Starting Friday 2/28

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The Springs Hall, in partnership with Transition Sonoma Valley, is proud to partner on the upcoming community film night series starting Friday, February 28th. The first film, Ice on Fire, explores the accelerating impacts of climate change and ways we can address them in our own community.

Superbowl Sunday Pancake Breakfast!

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Pancakes are back at the Springs Hall Sunday February 2nd.

Meet your friends and neighbors at the community Hall for an amazing breakfast event.

$15 adults, $6 12 and under

Farewell to a Farmer – An interview with Farmer David Cooper

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A farewell gathering at the Hall

A portion of the following interview was printed in the Sonoma Sun newspaper published for Friday December 20th. The entirety of the interview is found on the following page:

Holiday Market at the Hall

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Two exciting events coming up this month at the Springs Hall!

Holiday night Friday December 13th with a Holiday Cookie bake for those in need 2:00pm-6:00pm and a showing of a holiday classic, the Grinch, at 7:00pm .. folowed by the return of the Holiday Market Sunday December 15th from 9:00am – 1:00pm

Harvestpalooza at the Hall September 8th!

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The transition for the Springs Hall continues to unfold.

At our board retreat this summer, we reworked our mission. “To provide a space for our community and serve their needs in the realms of healthy food, environmental well-being, and resilient prosperity”.

In spirit of this aim, we come to you again with a community market, with fine foods, crafts, music, and more! Stop by our market and then head on down to the Springs Farmer’s Market by the Boyes’ Post Office.

Please contact Ariel at if you are interested in participating as a vendor, volunteer, or performer. 

Springs MAC Meetings Every 3rd Tuesday at the Hall

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Springs Area Municipal Advisory Council members

Sonoma County Springs area Municipal Advisory Council meetings occur every third Tuesday at the Springs Hall starting at 6:30. This is a great way to participate in our community, with a chance to speak with public comment at the beginning of each meeting. The Springs MAC is completing preliminary planning and education activities in defining the scope and mission of the commission. To find out more, see: