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Kickwheel classes starting up soon!

The next round of classes starting Mid-May are open/online for registration. All of the new classes offered will have spots in them. Mike Wasden’s Wednesday Morning Overview class; 9a-noon. Candace Birchfield’s Thursday Evening MudBuddies; 6p-9p Brand New Saturday afternoon 2p-5p: *Soulful Sculpting: Handbuilding as Meditation* taught by the Talented Kristin Easters as well as a few other of the regularly scheduled classes are ready for your participation. Link -

By |2024-05-02T11:58:32-07:00May 2, 2024|Events, wknd fest|0 Comments

wknd fest is BACK for Spring 2024

We're thrilled to announce that we've scheduled three dates for our much-anticipated wknd fest artisan markets this Spring! Mark your calendars and get ready for local crafts, delightful foods, and community. Keep an eye on our upcoming communications for more details!

By |2024-03-15T10:42:32-07:00March 15, 2024|Events, wknd fest|0 Comments

October Wknd Fest Recap by musician: Mike Annuzzi

October’s wknd fest featured 20+ local makers and vendors including a new special guest: Classroom Safari! Classroom Safari is a live, educational experience with real animals. Their safari featured an alligator, porcupine, sloths, lizards, snakes & more. This activity was a huge success for all ages of people. Check out this vlog by our musician, Mike Annuuzzi.

By |2021-12-07T21:35:23-07:00October 2, 2021|Events, wknd fest|0 Comments

BARN5400 Announces wknd fest every first Saturday of the month

With an overwhelmingly positive response from both the community and artisans and a much larger attendance number than expected, BARN5400 continues with a second wknd fest event, announcing the market to take place every first Saturday of the month, for the rest of the year.Feedback from the community + artisans:“The overall vibe was very cool and the community responded well. Lots of families!”“I liked the location and variety of vendors. Staff was incredibly helpful and enthusiastic contributing to an over all positive experience.”Amazing attention to detail, staff was friendly/helpful throughout the event. Excellent event production!!It was nice very community based [...]

By |2021-12-07T21:40:32-07:00September 4, 2021|Events, wknd fest|0 Comments

BARN5400 welcomes BEAM & BRANCH

Founded in 2017 Beam & Branch is a true labor of love for Rebecca. What started a home hobby for her & her husband, Brandon, has fully blossomed into the lifestyle & home decor shop you have found today. As a mom of two Rebecca wanted a business that could not only support her creative endeavors but provide continued inspiration to her daughters. As a maker she wakes up everyday inspired by the beauty of Northern California. Pulling much of the surrounding landscapes & textures into her designs.

By |2021-12-07T21:43:21-07:00August 8, 2021|Announcements, Artisan Welcome|0 Comments

BARN5400’s First Ever Event: wknd fest!

BARN5400 announces their first ever public event to welcome the community and local makers to interact with and shop from local vendors and artisans. The indoor & outdoor Sonoma County pop-up artisan market features our very own Resident Artisans alongside 30+ local makers and vendors. We have activities for everyone! Come and eat from local food trucks, shop from local artisans + makers, listen to live music, grab a drink from the wine & beer garden, or bring your little ones to play. Activities for kids are hosted by The Children's Museum of Sonoma County and North Bay Children's [...]

By |2021-12-07T21:45:58-07:00July 31, 2021|Events, wknd fest|0 Comments

BARN5400 welcomes the new year with candle maker: Emily Lynch

Emily started making candles a decade ago in her Petaluma kitchen for friends and family. Organically demand grew and soon her candles were carried by Hello Penngrove and Oliver’s Market. Now she has her own maker’s space at Barn 5400! She loves to meet her customer’s face to face and for them to see how much care goes into each candle they burn. Emily’s candles are hand poured natural soy candles inspired by her Sonoma County, CA life. Made with essential oils, phthalate free fragrance oils and soy wax made in the U.S.A.

By |2021-12-07T21:47:30-07:00February 22, 2021|Announcements, Artisan Welcome|0 Comments

BARN5400 welcomes Ceramist: Andrew M. Kontrabecki | Kickwheel

Kickwheel is the production outlet of ceramist, ceramics instructor, and passionate potter Andrew M. Kontrabecki. Working alongside professional and private chefs, restaurants and boutiques alike for over 25 years, Andrew has developed his own functional design style. Through instructing hundreds of students of all age/skill levels in various studio settings, he has guided many others in finding their own voice. “My focus is upon creating durable functional wares that assist our everyday life in some aspect. I am hopeful that following this path will ultimately construct something akin to a legacy. I am in direct benefit from my community [...]

By |2021-12-07T21:50:13-07:00August 22, 2020|Announcements, Artisan Welcome|0 Comments

BARN5400 Welcomes Another New Artistan, Nicki Adani

Nicki Adani is a Bay Area sculptor, designer and painter. She studied fashion design at the French Design School ESMOD, and worked as a designer in Europe, New York and California. Before moving to the United States, she apprenticed with a number of artists in Germany. In 2016 she began studying sculpture, as well as ceramics, welding and metal fabrication. She was born in Munich, and the two sides of her ancestry include both the persecutors and victims of the Holocaust. This clash of polar opposites informs her work on a conceptual level, as she explores contrast and conflict, [...]

By |2021-12-07T21:53:04-07:00March 15, 2020|Announcements, Artisan Welcome|0 Comments
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