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with love from the bottom of our heart

March 2018 Update

Penngrove Market is a labor of love for us, and has been since we first conceived of the idea two years ago. Two years ago! It’s crazy to think it’s been so long! This idea of ours began as a seed and has continued to grow steadily, but it’s sometimes difficult to see the strides that have been made. We want to share with you some of the growth that’s occurred in the last few months as we prepare to open this spring. As we get closer to opening the store, there's a series of things that need to be...

A (Long Lost) Summer 2017 Update

Trying to open up a business can sometimes feel like you're juggling, and depending on how it's going in the moment it can feel like you're juggling balls or knives! So I just had to laugh when I found this update that I meant to post last summer. It's a lovely little look back into 2017's summer, and how interesting to see what stage the market was at then. I'm posting it now so I can look back years from now and sigh over all the baby steps our lovely market took before we opened the doors! Summer 2017: Hello! We want to...

Penngrove Market's Backstory

Penngrove Market’s backstory is full of history and community, and it’s impossible to talk about the market without addressing both. The Ronsheimer building was built in 1872 and housed just about every kind of business a small town like Penngrove could ask for. It was the general store and mercantile, hardware store, restaurant, phone office, grocery store, you name it. After smoke damage from a fire in May of 2015, the building was closed and all the occupants moved to various places around Sonoma County. It sat empty for 2 years, its exterior decorated lovingly with murals of pastoral scenes...