Sat, May 11, 2019, 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
When heavy rains hit the town of Sebastopol in late February, the popular dining and shopping destination The Barlow was hit with devastating floods. Since then, most of the businesses that were located there have struggled to reopen, relying on the kindness of their neighbors and the community to make it through.
On May 11th, The Barlow community would like to welcome everyone for The Barlow Block Party, a fundraiser and unofficial “re-opening” of many of the businesses. All proceeds will go to the local Barlow businesses that were affected by the flooding to help rebuild and recoup their losses.
The day-long event will feature music from local bands on three stages, with the main stage sponsored by The Krush 95.9 FM KRSH surrounded by a beer garden outside Woodfour Brewing Co. featuring upcoming Barlow tenants Seismic Brewing Company and Golden State Cider.
Dance the day and night away to music from favorite local bands:
Washington Hill Music
Stone People’s Medicine
Bronze Medal Hopefuls
the restless sons
On the Sebastopol Community Market Stage sponsored by Mr. Music Foundation, The Hubbub Club will kickoff our family friendly kid’s area at 12pm with faceprinting and crafts followed by sets from Dan Martin then Lovin’ Dead and finally Gina Mari playing an acoustic set to wind down the night from 6-7pm.
Food and drinks from Barlow flood survivors Barrio Sebastopol, The Nectary, Two Dog Night Creamery, The Farmer’s Wife, Koshō, Wm. Cofield Cheesemakers and our friends from Handline, Chalk Hill Cookery and Jam’s Joy Bungalow will be there serving up their goodness.
Local vendors will be selling vintage clothing, pottery, jewelry and other goods and there will be a silent auction featuring amazing items and experiences to bid on.
Alcoholic drinks will be poured from Woodfour Brewing Co., Crooked Goat Brewing, Spirit Works Distillery, MacPhail Wines, and Pax Wine Cellars, as well as Fern Bar its doors opening at 4pm with a perfect view of the main stage from the patio for the evening festivities.
Hwy 12 & Morris Street