Petaluma's Harvest Days

Join Downtown Merchants for our 4th Annual Petaluma's Harvest Days, a whole month of the very best of Fall! Check in for the abundance of special events happening at various times all throughout the month.  

Red Lotus - 260A Petaluma Blvd N.
Featuring classic Asian Halloween costumes & decor

Old Shanghai Decor - 172 Petaluma Blvd N.
Free Tea Tastings every weekend in October

Sonoma Spice Queen - 407 C Street

Come celebrate with our Fall open house on October 29th from 2-6pm. We will have free drinks and snacks as well as new seasonal items. Looking for gift ideas? We will have a preview of our holiday gift selections as well as a new gift catalog, to make your holiday gift buying easy to manage. We will raffle off one of our gift baskets to a lucky winner!

Petaluma Pie Company - 125 Petaluma Blvd N.
5th Annual Sweet Potato vs. Pumpkin Pie blind taste off

Marisa's Fantasia - 29 Petaluma Blvd N.
Cookies on the weekend.

Taps Petaluma - 54 E. Washington St.

Fall themed beer & cider and flights
Fall themed menu specials

Petaluma Market - 210 Western Ave.
October 24th, 10am to 1pm -  Free community Pumpkin Carving for all ages!

Flower Child Consignment - 123 Kentucky St.
El Dia de los Muertos Altar
Three Twins Ice Cream scooping Oct. 31st from 3-5:30pm
Candy Corn guessing contest. Guess the correct number of Candy Corns and win the Corn and a gift certificate!

Downtown Merchant's Trick or Treat Trail - Oct. 31st from 3-5:30pm
Join over 80 participating merchants in this fun and safe community Halloween! Get a picture of your kiddos in costume at "Click or Treat" taking place next to Urban Elements Salon in Theater Square (140 2nd St.), and Three Twins Ice Cream being scooped at Flower Child Consignment (123 Kentucky St.). Click here for participants and download the Trick or Treat Trail map.

El Dia de Los Muertos Petaluma - Events throughout the month of Oct.
El Día de los Muertos is a ritual celebration from México, Latin and South America in which the spirits of dead loved ones are invited to visit the living as honored guests. Observed in Mexico on Nov 1st and 2nd, this tradition reflects the belief that death is part of life, and so, instead of sadness this is a time of remembering and rejoicing. Central to the celebration is the creation of ofrendas or altars, bearing pictures, lighted candles and traditional items including marigolds, bread, water fruit, favorite foods of deceased family members. The ofrenda honors the loved one who has died and welcomes them back for the celebration. As celebrated in Petaluma for the past 9 years, the observance presents an opportunity for cross-cultural sharing and a unique partnership between the Latino and Anglo communities. Click here for a complete list of events!

While you're here, make sure to visit our fabulous local pumpkins farms & harvest attractions:
  • Petaluma Pumpkin Patch and A-Maze-Ing Corn Maze offers pumpkin picking, a kids corn maze in addition to their 4 acre corn maze, a straw mountain to climb, farm petting zoo, food vendors on the weekend, a bounce house and various other activities throughout the season. 

Visit our sister site,, for additional Harvest info, including pumpkin patch locations, corn mazes and other seasonal events!

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