On Saturday, hit up the Sonoma County Gospel Music Festival at New Life Christian Fellowship, 1310 Clegg Street. Listen to gospel groups from all over the state and nibble on snacks from the food trucks. 1-6pm. Adults $15, Children/Seniors $10.
Also Saturday, check out a new documentary about seances held every Halloween by Bill Soberanes and friends in an attempt to contact the spirit of Harry Houdini. 1pm and 3pm at Boulevard Cinemas.
That evening, head to Tara Firma Farms for stories and a potluck with master storyteller Ane Carla Rovetta. Bring a dish to share and a story of your ancestors. A ceremonial fire will be lit and maintained outside supporting a time for reflection and remembrance. $10. Starts at 5:30pm.
Then on Sunday, have brunch on the farm at Bloomfield Farms on Valley Ford Road. The “pay what you can” farm brunch includes treats like mini pancakes, fresh fruit, biscuits and gravy, mini grilled cheese sandwiches, vegetable frittata, soup and more. The stay for the last U-Pick Sunday of the season. Pay $25 and stock up on all the veggies and herbs you can carry out. 10am-2pm. Bloomfield Farms is located at 12550 Valley Ford Road.
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