October 24, 2020
link to facebook link to twitter
More Stories
Halloween at Tunnel of Terror A drive-thru Halloween at Howarth Park Ballot drop box locations School Board – Area 3 Trustee Renters can apply for Federal Assistance Green Music Center announces fall 2020 season Three Monkey Thrift store closes Rohnert Park Soccer Club receives Kona Ice support Parents less aware when their kids vape than when they smoke Mary’s Pizza - Encouraging the vote Happy Spooky Halloween Season! Welcome to our drive-in movie in Cotati Measure O to expand Mental Health Services Sonoma State names new police chief Tired? Bored? Go to a movie at SOMO Village California taxpayers affected by September wildfires granted extension to file and pay The Salvation Army in Northern CA sets out to “Rescue Christmas” Sonoma County Small Business Stabilization Grant Program Multiple Commission, Committee and Board Appointive Terms Múltiples Términos de Designación de Comisiones, Comités y Juntas Directivas se Vencen en Diciembre del 2020: ¡Tenemos Asientos Que Llenar! Sonoma County defies wildfire public safety standards Understanding a FEMA Determination Letter Proposition pro and con information Five SSU employees running for local office Efficiency incentives from Sonoma Clean Power 6th Street Playhouse announces five nominations for the Marquee Theater Journalists Assoc Kindness during COVID-19 by Kathy Teachable Moments – Representation Buttigieg encourages California to vote, vote early, vote-by-mail Get ready to vote! Farm Bureau Foundation of So. Co. Pony Express fundraiser A new concept for Rohnert Park NOAH active in food distribution Price gouging restrictions remain in place Root beer floats at Rohnert Park Senior Center Her name was Annie Governor signs bill to protect newspapers, journalism Use your library card to borrow from 70 libraries in CA and NV

Take home BBQ- promoting and protecting agriculture

September 11, 2020

Join the Sonoma County Farm Bureau for another take home BBQ Sept. 17 with pickup dinners from 3-6 p.m. or delivery from 5-6:30 p.m. by the city.

Each dinner serves four and includes BBQ chicken, Big Boy BBQ’s homemade mac n’ cheese, Lori Bianchi’s classic green salad, Franco American garlic bread and Costeaux’s brownies.

They will deliver and the slots are limited and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Delivery timeframe is based on the location with an additional $15 fee for all delivery orders.

Dinner for four is $70, dinner for eight is $130 which includes a bottle of Premium Sonoma County wine. Additional chicken halves will be $10. If you need some extra dessert add on a Costeaux Log Cake for $19 each. 

Enter their 50/50 raffle for a chance to win a cash prize and your choice of a case of Premium Sonoma County Wine.

Volunteers are needed for the take home BBQ fundraiser. They need people who are available to assist with set-up, bagging, delivery and tear down for the day. Anyone who is over 21 will get a bottle of premium Sonoma County wine. Applicable guidelines related to COVID safety including masks, social distance and keeping all shared surface wiped down between uses. Delivery drivers will be issued additional protocols as well. 

Dinners are available through pre-orders only. Limited amount is available and be sure to get your order in as the deadline is Sept. 11. For more information, call 707-544-5575.