About BARN 5400

Once the Old Adobe lumber yard, Cornerstone is bringing new life to the barn off Old Redwood Highway in Penngrove. The vision is to create a makerspace for artisans of all sorts and a place where the community can interact with local artists,  brewers and musicians. 


Meet the Makers

FEED Sonoma is a for-profit business that purchases cleanly grown agricultural products from 50 small farms in Sonoma County and transports them to local buyers - including restaurants, grocery stores, schools and caterers - within 24 hours of harvest. 

David Best and the Temple Crew create works that allow people and communities to address their sorrow, express forgiveness and expiate past deeds. The Temples are a place to resolve issues that have clouded our minds and release our emotions. They a re heartfelt places to address love and self. These non-religious works of art are healing spaces where people are free to express and reflect upon their deepest emotions: love, grief, joy, sorrow, celebration and remembrance. 

Nicki Adani is a Bay Area scuIptor, designer and painter. Born in Munich, Germany, she studied fash­ion design at the French Design School ESMOD, and has been working as a designer in Europe, NY and CA for 25 years. In 2076 she began studying sculpture, followed by ceramics, welding and metal fabrication. She brings her design and pattern making experi­ence into her sculpting work. Birds and wings are the emphasis of her sculpting work, as they inspire a feeling of freedom and empowerment. Her work has been featured at Burning Man 2079 for which she re­ceived an honoraria grant from the Burning Man Arts Foundation, and is displayed at the Petaluma Arts Center. 

The North Bay Children’s Center, an innovative leader in early childhood education, has been seeding, nurtur-ing, and cultivating bright futures since 1998 to give kids the BEST possible start. NBCC believes that if chil-dren understand where their food is coming from and how to make healthy, nutritional food choices, they will succeed in all areas of their lives. 
Its award-winning Garden of Eatin’ program offers a year-round public demonstration garden and nature space that incorporates garden, nutrition, and edible education for families and visitors of all ages to experi-ence and discover.

Come see for your self the magic of the Garden of Eatin’ Learning Lab.

Founded in 1980 by Kate Burroughs and David Henry, Harmony Farm Supply was a pioneer in the Organics Movement as a supplier of organic fertilizers, ecological pest controls, and integrated Pest Management monitoring tools. Since then, Harmony Farm Supply has been the leader in providing CCOF Certified Organic vegetable starts.

Fuel for people, not rockets. At Retrograde Coffee Roasters, we're going back to the basics of what we love about coffee. We take pride in our craft of brewing coffee using classic brew methods and paramount precision. Our focus is in the details with our small batch coffee roasting and entirely hand made provisions. For us, coffee is all about community in every single step of the supply chain.

Creating durable wares for the home, dining room and kitchen, Kickwheel is a Ceramic Design Studio providing guided tutelage with a creative problem solving stride. Kickwheel is the production outlet of Ceramist, Ceramics Instructor and passionate potter Andrew M Kontrabecki. Working alongside Profes­siona I 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. 

Sonoma County based boutique, Soap Cauldron, is the home of the Three Sisters Apothecary, a line of artisan soaps and skincare handcrafted in small batches in the centuries-old tradition with gourmet oils, butters, essential oils and botanicals.

Blake Aaseby (b.1991) is a California based artist working in Sonoma County. He received his MFA in Painting & Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and his BFA from Azusa Pacific University. His work continues to be shown throughout California, New York, and Chicago and is currently represented by Zolla/Lieberman Gallery out of Chicago.

Luma Vintage started in my garage with a vision of an old vintage navy blue truck that I have always wanted and the love a the great town of Petaluma.  Slowly, I started with making handcrafted Truck signs, then designing pillow covers, shirts, and bags.  I wanted to create goods that give you that feeling of being classic, crisp and vintage. 

I wanted to bring you back to the good old days, when kids played outside until the street lights went on or were called in by their Dad's whistle.  When products were more thoughtfully handcrafted and well made. I wanted to give everyone a piece of the small town vibe that Petaluma captures.


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5400 Old Redwood Highway

Penngrove, CA 94951

e: connect@barn5400.com