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Flower to Table Pollinator Brunch

  • Sunday, July 21, 2024
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Sebastopol Grange
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  • Special Price for SCBA Members only
  • Enjoy VIP status, with round tables that seats 6 and guarantees your entire party can sit together comfortably.

    Contact Shannon Carr at with any questions or if you would like to squeeze an extra seat in.

Sonoma County Beekeepers Association

Flower to Table Pollinator Brunch

Date: Sunday, July 21, 2024 

Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Sebastopol Grange

6000 Sebastopol Ave - Sebastopol

Join SCBA for our annual Flower to Table Pollinator Brunch!

Enjoy a delicious menu made possible by pollinators, and learn how important pollinators are to our community.

Doors open at 11:00 am and Brunch will be served at 12:00. 

This fundraiser is to support Sonoma County Beekeeper Association and our various community and  education programs. 

Tickets are $75 for non-members, $60 for members

Limited VIP Tables available, seat 6 for $500

A few items from our Flower to Table Pollinator Brunch Menu

All our dishes today are  inspired by pollinators: honeybees, native bees, and other insects that pollinate the fruits, vegetables, and grains we need to live.

Charcuterie Board:  delicious  cheeses from local cheese makers, grapes, berries, dried fruit, and crackers. While cheese is a diary product, the animals that produce the diary feast on grains and grasses that rely on pollination.  The garnish are rosemary strands . Rosemary is a favorite food source for bees. It blooms throughout the year providing a source of nutrition when other food sources are scarce

Parfait Bar: Delicious locally made yogurt with a delicious assortment of toppings to choose from

Salad: This simple and delicious  salad is dressed with (insert salad dressing)  and topped with edible flowers. Most flowers honeybees touch are edible and many are medicinal

Dessert: Enjoy a delicious honey cake with lemon curd filling and whipped blackberry frosting


Our Mimosas are made from freshly squeezed oranges, with oranges from a members orchard and pollinated by Sonoma County pollinators.  Fun Fact: Orange trees pollinated by bees produce 35% more oranges that trees pollinated by other insects. Bees that love orange blossoms: honeybees, leafcutter bees, and sweat bees

Apple Juice: fresh pressed from the orchard of one of our members and pollinated by Sonoma County pollinators.  Honeybees, mason bees, and bumblebees are the main pollinators of apples

 Wine and  sparkling mead

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Sonoma County Beekeepers' Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 98, Santa Rosa, CA 95402

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