Petaluma to come closer together through expo

September 12, 2013 by  

Full of organized and dynamic activities, the Petaluma Palooza Community Expo 2013 is arriving soon. The event is meant to introduce the community and promote local businesses, giving all attending an opportunity to share ideas, make connections, and showcase or sell products.

Art and artists’ exhibits are one of the main draws to this year’s expo. Visitors can expect both the opportunity to create their own pieces and gander at some of the most creative subjects Petaluma has to offer. Guests may bring their own instruments to participate in music jam sessions, or simply their ears to enjoy the diverse aural sensations on offer. Plenty of culinary delights from local chefs and artisans will be available for those working up an appetite following the hours of revelry. The expo observes International World Peace Day 2013, with demonstrations and insightful speeches to highlight its significance.

Vendor booths will line the grounds, allowing businesses and non-profits both the space and location to expose themselves to Petaluma. Attending organizations would be wise to work with printing companies to attract attention to the expo. Banner printing can make an impact around the community, while digital business cards can allow for easy distribution to Palooza guests.

Everyone is invited to the historic Petaluma Train Depot at 230 Lakeville St., Petaluma, California 94952. The Petaluma Palooza Community Expo is on Saturday, September 21, from noon to 5:00 pm. Attendance is free to all ages. For more information, visit the event’s website.