Bolinas Food Festival

Food Fest Image 2014Saturday October 11th 2014



Judy Jeanne Radiloff

Doug Lee & Bob Johns

This Old Earthquake

Bo-Stin Dub Squad

Jacob Leyva

Black Water Gold

Alana Hope

Adrienne Pfeiffer


Fresh Run Farm, Gospel Flat Farm, La Tercera, Dog Town Growers, Paradise Valley Farm, Star Route Farms & Walter Hoffman


Local Bakers, Bovine Bakery & Bolinas Peoples’ Store

BCC PIE & ICE CREAM              June Mc Adams, Bolinas Bakers and Strauss Family Creamery

PIZZA IN THE PARK:            Audubon Canyon Ranch, Becca Trivelpiece, Christine Mineart, Jeff & Heather Clapp and Chuck Oakander


Sola Winery, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Mark Butler, George & Curly Riggs, Chai Baba Chai and all our local lemon donors!


Amanda Ross Skincare &

Mann Family Farm

Barbary Coast Bistro

Bo Tierra Gardens



Carmen’s Tamales

Chai Baba Chai

Colleen Lindstrom

Femmes Fatales Felafels

Heidi Sandovall’s Waffles

Knowles Ladles & Spoons

Maiden Bolinas

Regenerative Design Institute

Susan Martinelli’s Jams

Sweet Tooth Toffee


Becca Trivelpiece

Mesa Park

The Coast Café

11 Wharf Road

El Presidente

Tomales Bay Oyster Co.

Bolinas-Stinson School

Stinson Beach Preschool

Toby’s Feed Barn

Five Brooks Ranch

Chris & Stacy Besenty

Steve Wrenn & Jan Broek

Melinda Stone & Maud Zimmer

George Marzocchi & Howard Dillon

Many others put in volunteer hours and you all know who you are:


With Gratitude

Randi, Lia & BCC Board


Featuring West Marin Chefs, Farms, Music & Fun which Benefits the Bolinas Community Center

Music Line-Up

10am Judy Jeanne Radiloff in Farmer’s Market

11am Doug & Bob do Jazz in Farmer’s Market

11:30 am Gardening Music Tribe in the Downtown Park

12 Noon This Old Earthquake in the Plaza

1pm RDI’s Distillation Demonstration of Hydrosol in Farmer’s Market

2pm Bo-Stin Dub Squad in the Plaza

3pm Jacob Leyva in the Farmer’s Market

4pm Black Water Gold in the Plaza

The Festival utilizes both the Bolinas Community Center and the Downtown Park areas. There will be spaces available for food and food-related craft vendors in both the park and on the BCC property.

The inside of the Community Center becomes a bustling Farmers’ Market with a Café and Food and Cooking Demos offered throughout the day. The BCC parking lot and Plaza area will be reserved for hot food vendors, BCC bar and a music stage with fabulous local bands. The park will offer a Kids Corner with games and Cob Oven Pizzas for sale which benefit the Community Center. 11am The Gardening Music Tribe will play in the park and we will also have a Kids Make Their Own Pizza Project 11am-1pm. Games (sack jumping, apple dunking etc.) will happen 1-3pm and we will most likely have horse rides with Five Brooks!

This year’s Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 11th 2014, from 10am-5pm. If you would like to participate and are from West Marin or utilize food resources from West Marin, please use the attached entry form here: Food_Fest_Entry_Form.2014 to enroll and describe the food/service/product that you would like to sell. We strive to offer diversity in vendors and crafts. To avoid having multiple vendors selling the same items and so everyone will have a successful experience.

Vendors this year include:
Wonderful Produce at the BCC Farm Stand donated by local farms: Fresh Run Farm, Gospel Flat Farm, La Tercera, Laurie Knowles & Dog Town Tomatoes, Paradise Valley Farm, Star Route Farms & Walter Hoffman 

Donations for BCC Café & Pie Stand from Local Bakers, Bovine Bakery & Strauss Family Creamery

Amanda Ross Skincare & Mann Family Farms Goods – in the farmer’s market

Barbary Coast Bistro Kobe Cheesesteaks & Slow-Smoked Pulled Pork Sandos – in food court

BCC Apple Press & Juice Bar – in food court

BCC Beer, Wine & Mimosa Bar – in food court

BCC BBQ Oysters (Tomales Bay Oyster Company) – in food court

BCC Cob-Oven Pizza – in the Downtown Park

Beth’s Community Kitchen Soup, Quiche & Cookies  – in food court

BCC Membership Table with Raffle, T-shirts, Bags & Aprons – in food court

Bo Tierra Garden Specialties – in the farmer’s market

Buckenmeyers sign up for organic pork and lamb for the holidays – in the farmer’s market

Brickmaiden – in the farmer’s market

Carmen’s Tamales  – in food court

Chai Baba Chai – in the farmer’s market

Colleen Lindstrom’s Chiropractic Treatments

Femmes Fatales Falafels  – in food court

Heidi Sandovall Norwegian Waffles – in the farmer’s market

Knowles Ladles & Spoons – in the farmer’s market

Maiden Bolinas serving Quinoa-Kale-Seaweed Salad & Cold-Pressed Green Juice – in the farmer’s market

Regenerative Design Institute: lavender infused honey, goat milk/cheese/yogurt and small tastings of these things. Demo of making Hydrosol for culinary use at 1pm – in farmer’s market

Susan Martenelli’s Jams & Jellies – in the farmer’s market

Sweet Tooth Toffee – in the farmer’s market


Offering Arts & Crafts, Hula-Hoops and Face Painting all day!

Colleen Lindstrom’s “Light Within Foundation” Chiropractic Adjustments (Free/ Donations Accepted)

11:30 am Gardening Music Tribe Performance (Free)

12-2 pm Kids Make Your Own Pizza ($5/pizza)

12-2pm Five Brooks Pony Rides ($5/ 5 minutes)

2-4pm Games with Omar, including Sack Jumping, Apple Bobbing and more… (Free)

To avoid duplicates we request that all vendors submit a “menu” description of services or crafts that will be offered. All entries should be submitted no later than September 11th to the BCC address listed on the enrollment form, along with payment. Enrollment is on a first come/first serve basis.

We’d also love to hear from you if you have something else you think the Festival will benefit from offering. If you are interested in doing a food demo, please email us your demo idea and what you might be need to do the demo or if you can provide everything yourself.

The BCC is the main provider of beverages for this event including fresh-squeezed juices, lemonades, waters, coffee, teas, beer, wine and more. If you have a unique beverage you think would be beneficial for the Festival please contact for details.

An additional processing fee of $25.00 will be applied for applications received after September 11th.


  • 5’x 5′ space- $45.00 
  • 10’x 5′- $90.00
  • Walk-Around Tray vendor passes are $20.00. (Please provide your own tray)
  • 10% of venders’ sales go to benefit the BCC Kitchen Remodel

food fest 2About The Benefit:

The Bolinas Community Center (BCC) continues to provide a welcoming facility for classes, events, social gatherings and recreation in the center of Downtown Bolinas. The focus of this year’s Food Festival is to showcase the local food talent in West Marin and to raise money for the BCC’s continued kitchen upgrade.

Once the kitchen is remodeled more food vendors will be able to use the space, cooking classes for youth and adults can be created and the whole community will benefit from having a fully functional and up-to-date Community Kitchen. Our goal is to raise $10,000.00. All proceeds from this event go to the BCC kitchen remodeling fund to update kitchen cabinetry, purchase an ice machine and retile the kitchen floor up-to-code.


We will be advertising in local papers, with flyers, and live on event-day with KWMR radio coverage. If you are a chef, food vendor or farmer and would like a live interview to promote your business please let us know ASAP so we can get you scheduled in.

Any questions or to volunteer, please respond by email or call Lia at (415) 868-2128 or email

Going Green!:

In an effort to make the second annual Bolinas Food Festival 2014 as environmentally sustainable as possible, we have a goal for ZERO waste. (Guidelines included here: Food_Fest_Green) We hope to vastly decrease non-recycled waste and eliminate the use of disposable plastic on site. Thanks for your participation in the Bolinas Food Festival. We appreciate your willingness to help us take the steps to reduce our environmental footprint!


Lia Kourula Sabbatini

BCC Manager

14 Wharf Road

(P.O. Box 206), Bolinas, CA, 94924