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In its four-decade history, Bananas at Large has provided production equipment and instruments to musical acts including the Grateful Dead, Carlos Santana, and Poison. At both the business' locations, soon-to-be superstars can stock up on their own equipment from well known and specialty brand names. Musicians just learning to tickle guitars till they cry melodies meet with dedicated teachers, many of whom studied music in school or have played professionally for years. In classes, the teachers draw upon their backgrounds in genres from funk to classical to lead 30- to 45-minute classes on instruments including the guitar, keyboard, and drums.

515 Ross St
Santa Rosa,
CA
US

For nearly four decades, the Parks and Good families have tilled the fields and nurtured the trees of Victorian Tree Ranch, brightening up holidays with Douglas firs, Silvertips, and cedar garlands. Family members labor alongside each other as they work to make the tree ranch more sustainable, letting laying hens coop among the trees to fertilize the plants. Visitors dive head-first into holiday spirit as they peruse the rows of conifers, sip complimentary apple cider, munch on homemade pumpkin bread, and enjoy the company of snowmen. Customers can also take refuge from the cold in the warming hut.

1220 Gravenstein Hwy N
Sebastopol,
CA
US

Situated in the Railroad Square Historic District, Cellars of Sonoma's quaint storefront gives way to a warm, lofted interior where wines from nine boutique vintners flow. Single tastings or themed flights offer flavorful introductions to a selection of more than 60 bottles. As visitors sidle up to the carved wooden bar, they can sip crisp Pinot Noir with hints of cherry, or try a bright, clear Sauvignon Blanc with aromas of lime, banana, and honeysuckle.

133 4th St
Santa Rosa,
CA
US

Cresco Equipment Rentals delivers comprehensive equipment solutions and unprecedented premier service. Contractor to homeowner, large construction project, remodel, facility services, movie production or major event, we’ve got you covered.

245 Cresco Ct
Santa Rosa,
CA
US

Wee Three Children’s Store's fall event rolls out an expansive collection of kids' apparel, toys, and gifts with discounts of up to 90 percent off normal prices. Clothing lines from across the globe volunteer to abandon cozy racks and bedeck tots in natural, cotton fibers that are both comfortable and safe for baby's tender skin. Shoppers can snag Babysoy kimono bodysuits (regularly $16), which wrap around infant torsos with easy-to-snap buttons, or adorn little legs in the soft threads of slip-on pants (regularly $12), ideal for shaky first steps and riding the neighbor's cat. A cavalcade of accessories adds stylish splashes to growing wardrobes with vibrant bibs (regularly $5+), hats (regularly $7), and sets of socks (regularly $22+).

1007 W College Ave
Santa Rosa,
CA
US

A family-owned Napa Valley winery. For over 25 years, Merryvale has been turning exceptional Napa Valley grapes into world class wine. Renowned for rich, powerful Cabernet's, Chardonnay's and the iconic Bordeaux-style red blend, Profile. The first winery built after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933.

1000 Main St
Saint Helena,
CA
US

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