The Fort Ross Bicentennial Weekend will be held July 28-29 and will feature a number of cultural performances and foods. Parking is going to be $35 per day, with small buses charged $150 and large buses $350. Photo courtesy of naypina.
An article in the North Bay Business Journal describes this event as the highlight of a year-long celebration made possible in part by a first-of-its-kind public-private partnership between the California Department of Parks and Recreation and the international Russian conglomerate, Renova.
According to the article the first grapes that were ever grown in California were grown at Fort Ross.
More information about Fort Ross and this event is available at www.fortross.org.