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Single day tickets to the biggest Rugby event in U.S. history - Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 - are on sale now! With more than 63,000 tickets already sold by way of three day passes, now is your chance to secure highly-anticipated single day tickets for Friday, July 20, Saturday, July 21, or Sunday, July 22. The official tournament schedule was unveiled last week, including first round matches for both the USA men's and women's teams. The men's team will face the winner of Wales v. Zimbabwe in the last match on Friday night (7/20), while the women's team will face China...

Napa Chamber of Commerce Endorses “Protect Napa – Vote No on C”   The Napa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has unanimously voted to oppose local Measure C, as recommended by the organization’s Government Affairs and Policies committee.  Measure C is the 2018 Napa County Watershed and Oak Woodland Protection Initiative. The Chamber determined it necessary to better utilize time and resources to improve the focus on community collaboration to effect real environmental change. The organization also encourages every Napa County citizen to take responsibility and focus on working together on key issues related to sustainability in Napa County - from electric vehicles and...

Many senior citizens living in Napa County are able to work and want to work if they can find jobs they can do that pay a reasonable wage. But the few employment agencies in the County are primarily geared to the needs of younger workers. None of the private agencies specialize in seniors, and while the Department of Employment Development (EDD) does have positions for senior employment specialists, the EDD offices are well south of downtown Napa and are difficult to visit for many prospective senior workers. To provide prospective senior workers with a centralized employment service that specializes in finding...

May 2, 2017   Please join the Napa Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, May 11 at the Napa Valley Marriott for Coffee and a Q&A with Napa Chief of Police Steve Potter. Topics being discussed by Potter will range from the effects of California’s Proposition 47, the Reduced Penalties Initiative, which reduces the classification of most “non-serious and non-violent property and drug crimes” to homelessness, to why Napa remains one of the safest and best places to live despite a public perception of an uptick in local crime. This event is free to the public, but registration is required to ensure appropriate seating and space. Please go to napachamber.com to...

Trefethen is turning 50 and we are throwing a party!  Details are below for our open house style event on May 12th.  Reservaitons or questions to  visitus@trefethen.com.  Tickerts can be purchased online at CellarPass - Secure Tickets to May 12th Event   ...

Some of you may already know about this extraordinary movie that we showed at the Napa Valley Film Festival last November - Skid Row Marathon- and that it swept all the most prestigious awards (Audience and Juried). if you don’t know about it, here’s your chance to see it!   We are soo excited to bring Skid Row Marathon back for an encore screening with the filmmakers *and* inspiring subjects of the movie. This Friday, at 5:30pm at the CIA at Copia in downtown Napa. If you haven’t seen it, this movie will stay with you forever. If you have seen it,...

Napa Valley Museum Yountville announces the opening of “Lowell Herrero: Origins of an Original” In the Main Gallery June 2, 2018 through August 19, 2018Opening Reception June 2 at 5:00 pm. Yountville, CA. On the 10th anniversary of the Museum's last Herrero exhibit, the Napa Valley Museum Yountville will present “Lowell Herrero: Origins of an Original,” a comprehensive exhibition depicting the life, work, and influences of the Napa Valley's iconic “Lavender Man” artist. The exhibit is organized by Herrero’s widow and business partner Janet Herrero, and curated by noted St. Helena artist Jennifer Garden. The Opening Reception will be on Saturday June...