Santa Rosa celebrates Annual Crab and Wine Fest this weekend

January 28, 2013 by  

The 24th Annual Great Sonoma Crab and Wine Fest will return to Santa Rosa this weekend at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds Grace Pavilion. The festival, hosted by Sonoma County Farm Bureau, is a fundraising event for scholarship and agricultural education programs.

Over 1,500 people are expected to attend and enjoy wine tasting, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and fresh Sonoma Coast crab. Live auctions with fabulous prizes will take place during the evening.

Event planners often use print services to produce flyers, posters, and catalogs for large activities such as this one. Catalog printing is a main focus for many organizers, as the catalogs contain all information about the event in addition to sponsor recognition and paid advertisements. Attendees often enjoy receiving a catalog as a souvenir as well.

The Sonoma Farm Bureau is a non-governmental not-for-profit organization consisting of volunteers. The group focuses on educational opportunities for improvement, economic health, and advancement for the community. The Farm Bureau represents a unified voice for agricultural producers on a broad level. The Farm Bureau sustains a strong media relations program providing information based on authority.

It is through the Bureau’s efforts in developing, managing, maintaining, and growing the Annual Great Sonoma Crab and Wine Fest that it has become the successful festival it is today after being in existence for 24 years.

The Sonoma Farm Bureau has more information about the event coming up this Saturday, February 2 on its website. It may also be contacted by calling 707-544-5575.