Community calendar: Things to do in Napa Valley (2024)

Editor's Note:Event details are subject to change. Please contact event organizers for additional details. To submit an item for the Napa Valley Register print calendar, please use this form:napavalleyregister.com/forms/nvrcalendar.For more information, email Samie Hartley at shartley@napanews.com.

Tuesday, July 9

NAPA FARMERS MARKET

8 a.m.-noon. Napa Farmers Market features vendors offering seasonal produce, meat, eggs, seafood, locally prepared foods and handcrafted wares. Located at 1100 West St. at Pearl. Info:napafarmersmarket.org.

YOUNTVILLE FARM STAND

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. The Yountville Community Center, 6516 Washington St., hosts the town Farm Stand every Tuesday and Thursday. Shop for fresh, locally grown produce and support local businesses and guest vendors.

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'PERIMENOPAUSE FOR DUMMIES'

6 p.m. Author Dr. Rebecca Levy-Gantt discusses her book “Perimenopause for Dummies” at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa. Dr. Levy-Gantt is a board certified ObGyn and a certified menopause practitioner who has been practicing for the last 15 years in Napa. “Perimenopause For Dummies” offers clear, compassionate answers for anyone who is currently experiencing perimenopause or who is ready to learn more about it. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199.

BROADWAY AND VINE

6 p.m. Academy Award winner and Broadway veteran Ariana DeBose (“West Side Story”) performs at Carneros Resort, 4048 Sonoma Highway, Napa, as part of the Broadway and Vine series. Tickets are $95. VIP upgrade with wine reception and dinner available for $225. Additional performance July 10. Info: broadwayandvine.org.

Wednesday, July 10

WEDNESDAY WALK & TALK

9 a.m. St. Helena Police Chief Chris Hartley hosts a weekly Walk & Talk to provide an opportunity for community members to ask questions, provide feedback, and/or express their public safety concerns in a positive and comfortable setting. Participants are asked to meet at Main Street and Pope Street in St. Helena. This week’s walk will cover theCrinella Drive and Pratt Avenue area. Info:cityofsthelena.org/chiefwalk.

OPEN MIC

6-9 p.m. Dennis DeVilbiss Music hosts an Open Mic at Johnny’s, 1473 Lincoln Ave. in Calistoga, each Wednesday. All performers welcome. Info adventurehound@gmail.com; 707-696-9628.

MEET ME IN THE STREET

5-8 p.m. American Canyon Chamber of Commerce presents a street fair featuring food trucks, live music, kid activities, wine and beer, and more on West American Canyon Road between James Road and Elliot Drive. Free admission. Info:amcanchamber.org.

LIVE MUSIC IN LYMAN PARK

6-8 p.m. Grab your family and friends, picnic blankets, and chairs, and enjoy a performance by The Pulsators at Lyman Park, 1498 Main St., St. Helena. The musical stylings of The Pulsators is described as "California Gumbo, a spicy mix of hard-driving rockin’ rhythm and blues, New Orleans style funk and rock steady reggae." Free admission.

Thursday, July 11

CONCERT FOR KIDS

10 a.m. The moving style and rich cultural history of Spanish Flamenco takes center stage at Festival Napa Valley when Flamenco Quadro with Pirouz de Caspio & Carola Zertuche perform at the Jackson Family Wines Amphitheater at CIA at Copia, 500 First St., Napa. Open to families with children. Adults must be accompanied by a child to attend. Free admission; reservations recommended. Info: festivalnapavalley.org.

CHANCE MCCAULEY

4-7 p.m. Napa Valley musician Chance McCauley performs at Cuvaison’s Los Carneros Estate, 1221 Duhig Road, Napa. Tickets are $35. Info: cuvaison.com/winery-events; 707-942-2455.

NAPA VALLEY COMMUNITY MARKET

5-8 p.m. Napa Yard-Oxbow Gardens, 585 First St., Napa, hosts the Napa Valley Community Market on the second and fourth Thursday of the month. Vendors include local farmers and makers/artisans.

MUSIC ON THE MANSION LAWN

6 p.m.Radio Bobcatperforms at Silverado Resort and Spa, 1600 Atlas Peak Road. Free admission. Info: silveradoresort.com/calendar.

MEET THE AUTHOR

6 p.m. Oakland author Akilah Cadet discusses her book “White Supremacy is All Around” at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199.

CALISTOGA CONCERTS IN THE PARK

6:30-8:30 p.m. Traveling Wilbury’s Revue performs at Calistoga's Pioneer Park, 1320 Cedar St. Free admission. Info: visitcalistoga.com; 707-942-6333.

Friday, July 12

ST. HELENA FARMERS' MARKET

7:30 a.m.-noon. Visit Crane Park,360 Crane Ave.,for the St. Helena Farmers' Market, offering fresh produce from a variety of local growers. Activities include a free produce tasting, kids' story time and face painting. Info:sthelenafarmersmkt.org.

SUCCULENT SWAP

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your succulent cuttings and receive some from other succulent enthusiasts at the American Canyon Library, 300 Crawford Way. Info: 707-644-1136.

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN TOURS

11 a.m. The Napa County Historical Society hosts a 90-minute downtown Napa walking tour detailing the area’s history. Highlights include more than 15 local landmarks along First, Main and Third streets. Tours are led by knowledgeable docents, and complimentary maps and headsets are provided. Admission is $45. Info:napahistory.org/programs/walking-tours.

CRAFT & CHAT

1-3 p.m. How about a little company while you work on your craft project? Stop by the Yountville Community Center, 6516 Washington Street, each Friday for this informal meet up of friendly folks for crafting, chatting and coffee. Bring your drawings, knitting, bookbinding, quilting or scrapbooking, anything you are in the midst of creating. There are tables, chairs, sinks, counter space and coffee. This is a drop-in program so come anytime and stay for as long or little as you'd like. Free admission. Info: townofyountville.com/calendar; 707-944-8851.

FRIDAY NIGHTS IN THE PARK

6-10 p.m. People of Earth and Dennis Johnson perform at Napa's Veterans Park at the corner of Third and Main streets. Free admission. Low-back chairs are permitted. Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.

HUNKA HUNKA HULA REVUE

6-9 p.m. Hunka Hunka Hula Revue performs at Wilfred’s Lounge, 967 First St., Napa. Free admission. Reservations recommended. Info: wilfredslounge.com/happenings; 707-690-9957.

ART IN THE LIBRARY

6:15-7:30 p.m. Mixed media artist Beth Arnold presents her work at the Napa Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. Free admission. Info: 707-253-4241; napalibrary.org/events.

MOVIE IN THE VINEYARD

6:30 p.m. Laird Family Estate, 5055 Solano Ave., Napa, screens the musical “Grease.” Tickets are $35 and include popcorn, candy and a glass of wine. Guests ages 5-20 admitted for $10. Food can be purchased from The Original Burgerdog. Wine can be purchased from Laird Family Estate. Info: exploretock.com/lairdfamilyestate

SUMMER STAGED READING SERIES

7 p.m. Valley Players presents an evening of shorts as part of its Summer Staged Reading Series at Napa Valley Unitarian Universalists, 1625 Salvador Ave., Napa. Titles for this installment include"Don’t Just Sit There!" by Diane H. Sampson; "The Matchmaker" by Mindy R. Roll; "Heartache Tonight" by Laura Thoma; and "Speed Dating" by Curt Strickland. Tickets are $10. Info: valley-players.com.

MARK HAROLD

7:30-10:30 p.m. Local musician Mark Harold performs at The Saint, 1351 Main St., St. Helena. Free admission. thesaintnapavalley.com/events; 707-302-5130.

COMEDY SHOWCASE

8-10 p.m. Napa's Jake Rizzly presents a comedy showcase at The Hollywood Room, 2485 Stockton St., Napa. This month’s guest performers are Paul Conyers, Anthony Zuccaro and Myles Weber. Tickets are $5. Info: napadistillery.com/events/live-events.

Saturday, July 13

NAPA FARMERS MARKET

8 a.m.-noon. Napa Farmers Marketfeatures vendors offering seasonal produce, meat, eggs, seafood, locally prepared foods and handcrafted wares. Located at 1100 West St. at Pearl. Info:napafarmersmarket.org.

CALISTOGA FARMERS' MARKET

9 a.m.-1 p.m. The Calistoga Farmers' Market offers fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, gourmet and prepackaged food, fresh seafood, and creative crafts and gift items. Sharpsteen Museum Plaza and Community Center on Washington Street, Calistoga. Info:calistogafarmersmarket.org.

CARE PACKAGE ASSEMBLY

10 a.m.-noon. Operation With Love From Home hosts its summer care package assembly at Napa Valley College Gymnasium (Building 600), 2277 Napa-Vallejo Highway, Napa. Help fill care packages to support our servicemen and women deployed overseas. Info: operationwithlovefromhome.org; 707-363-0043; lizinnapa@gmail.com.

SUMMER CHEF SERIES

Noon. Markham Vineyards, 2812 St. Helena Hwy North, St. Helena, hosts its Summer Chef Series pairing gourmet meals with its signature wines. For this installment, Chef Duskie Estes will prepare Black Pig BLT Salad, buttermilk fried quail and more. Live music by duo Monica Da Silva & Chad Alger. Tickets are $165. Info: markhamvineyards.com.

SOUL CIRCUS

Noon-4 p.m. Female rock band Soul Circus performs at Pope Valley Winery, 6613 Pope Valley Road. Free admission. Info: popevalleywinery.com.

ART ALONG THE RIVER

1-7 p.m. River Terrace Inn, 1600 Soscol Ave., Napa, hosts Art Along the River, a monthly event featuring curated art installations, with vendors offering ceramics, jewelry, oil paintings and other handmade items. Artists will have their work available for sale, allowing attendees to purchase one-of-a-kind pieces. Each month will feature new art installations. Free admission. Info: riverterraceinn.com/art-along-the-river.

NAPA BALLROOM AND SOCIAL DANCERS

7-9:30 p.m. Napa Ballroom and Social Dancers host their July dance at the Napa Senior Activity Center, 1500 Jefferson St. Events are held on the second Saturday of the month. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Dance lessons offered from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Scheduled band is Alex and the Tradewinds. Admission is $20. Info: 707-227-0426;napaballroomdancers.com.

LANA SCOTT

7-10 p.m. Nashville’s Lana Scott, a featured competitor on “The Voice,” performs at the Hollywood Room, 2485 Stockton St., Napa. Napa-based singer-songwriter John Brazell is also scheduled to perform. Guests must be 21 and older. Admission is $5. Seating is first-come, first-served. Info: napadistillery.com/events/live-events.

ENRIQUE

7:30-10:30 p.m. Enrique performs at The Saint, 1351 Main St., St. Helena. Free admission. thesaintnapavalley.com/events; 707-302-5130.

Sunday, July 14

NAPA VALLEY DIXIELAND JAZZ SOCIETY

1-4 p.m. Thrown Together Jazz Band, featuring Rich Owens, performs at American Legion Hall, 1240 Pearl St., Napa. Tickets for the concert are $10-$15. Info: napatradjazz.org; 707-265-8183.

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN TOURS

3 p.m. The Napa County Historical Society hosts a 90-minute downtown Napa walking tour detailing the area’s history. Highlights include more than 15 local landmarks along First, Main and Third streets. Tours are led by knowledgeable docents and complimentary maps and headsets are provided. Admission is $45. Info: napahistory.org/programs/walking-tours.

BUSTER'S BARBECUE JAZZ AND BLUES

4-7 p.m. Buster's Southern Barbecue, 1207 Foothill Blvd, Calistoga, hosts live music every Sunday (weather permitting) at the back patio. Free admission. Info: busterssouthernbbq.com; 707-403-5100.

HOME WINEMAKERS CLASSIC

4 p.m. The Mount Veeder Fire Safe Council hosts the annual Home Winemakers Classic fundraiser at Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa, 3425 Solano Ave., Napa. This is a unique opportunity for guests to sample great wines that can’t be purchased anywhere else, and to bid on outstanding wines from some of Napa Valley’s top wineries. Tickets are $50 (presale); $60 at the door. Info: homewinemakersclassic.com; 415-515-3243.

SUNDAYS IN THE PARK

5-7 p.m. The Jacob Benning Trio performs at Veterans Memorial Park in Yountville as part of the Summer Concert Series. Free admission. townofyountville.com/calendar.

CATS, CUPCAKES AND CELLOS

6-8 p.m. We Care Animal Rescue, 1345 Charter Oak Ave., St. Helena, hosts the fundraiser concert Cats, Cupcakes and Cellos, featuring Bay Area musicians. We Care Animal Rescue is a no-kill shelter that is entirely funded by donors. Concert proceeds will help with their mission to provide critical animal welfare resources in the community. Free admission; a donation of $20 suggested. Info: https://bit.ly/catscupcakescellos; 707-963-7044.

Monday, July 15

STORYTIME

10:30 a.m.-noon. Grandma Joy reads to children on Mondays at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. Choose a library book to share or ask to hear one of her favorites. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-253-4241.

BOW WOW FOR BOOKS

3:30-4:30 p.m. School-age readers are invited to read to a certified listening dog to improve their reading and communication skills at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa, on Mondays. Participants may select a book from the library collection or bring one from home or school. No registration required. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-253-4241.

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SENIORS ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW

5:30-7 p.m. Celebrate the creativity of Napa's seniors at an arts and crafts show held at the Napa Senior Center, 1500 Jefferson St., Napa. Free admission.

Tuesday, July 16

FESTIVAL NAPA VALLEY LIVE!

11 a.m. Violinist Geneva Lewis, cellist Julia Yang, and pianist Audrey Vardanega perform at Jackson Family Wines Amphitheater at CIA at Copia, 500 First St., Napa. Free admission; reservations recommended. Info: festivalnapavalley.org.

DEMONS AND CREATURES AND MONSTERS — OH MY!

Noon. Meet the mythical creatures, legendary beasts and terrifying monsters that have populated Asian art for centuries in this latest installment of the Asian Art Museum Lecture Series at Yountville Library, 6516 Washington St. Free admission. RSVP at: townofyountville.com/calendar. Info: 707-944-1888.

‘THE NAPA VALLEY LENDVEST FRAUD SCANDAL’

6 p.m. Author and retired Napa Superior Court judge Raymond A. Guadagni discusses his book “The Napa Valley Lendvest Fraud Scandal” at theNapa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. In 1988, a major San Francisco drug bust led investigators to discover a massive financial fraud scheme in the Napa Valley. This book tells the story of the investigation into the discovery of the fraud, the subsequent court trials and the lingering effects on the citizens of Napa. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199;707-253-4241.

NAPA COUNTY GOP MONTHLY MEETING

6:30 p.m. Napa County GOP hosts its monthly meeting and dinner at NapaSport Sports Lounge, 145 Gasser Drive, Suite A, Napa. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month. Info: napagop.org.

Wednesday, July 17

DANIELA LIEBMAN

11 a.m. Pianist Daniela Liebman performs at the Ecolab Theatre at CIA at Copia, 500 First St., Napa, as part of Festival Napa Valley. Liebman, 21, was named one of the “100 Most Creative and Powerful Women” by Forbes Mexico. Free admission; reservations recommended. Info: festivalnapavalley.org.

‘FINDING MEANING IN WINE’

6 p.m. Author Michael Sinowitz discusses his book “Finding Meaning in Wine: A US Blend” at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa. The book examines controversies in American wine culture and how those controversies intersect with and illuminate current academic and cultural debates about the environment and about interpretation. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199.

ELAINE JENNINGS

7-9 p.m. Napa Valley’s Elaine Jennings performs at The Fink, 530 Main St., Napa. Jennings’ music selection covers an eclectic range of songs by Peggy Lee, Nora Jones and Adele along with classic jazz from the Great American Songbook. Cover charge is $5. Info: thefinknapa.com.

Thursday, July 18

FESTIVAL NAPA VALLEY ART SONGS

1 p.m. Acclaimed American soprano Lisa Delan, pianist Kevin Korth and clarinetist David Barnett perform a recital of art songs at the Ecolab Theatre at CIA at Copia, 500 First St., Napa, as part of Festival Napa Valley. Free admission; reservations recommended. Info: festivalnapavalley.org.

THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE

6-9 p.m. The Carlos Ramirez Trio performs at The Priest Ranch tasting room, 6490 Washington St., Yountville. Free admission. Info: thekitchenatpr.com/thursday-night-live-2024.

STAND-UP COMEDY

7-9 p.m. Be Bubbly, 1407 Second St., Napa, presents an evening of stand-up comedy hosted by comedian Marcus Mangham. Scheduled performers include Cody Smit and Shaheen Khal. Tickets are $25 in advance; $30 at the door. Must be 21 or older. Info: 707-637-4532; bebubblynapa.com/events.

Friday, July 19

RIEKO TSUCHIDA

11 a.m. Pianist Rieko Tsuchida performs at the Ecolab Theatre at CIA at Copia, 500 First St., Napa, as part of Festival Napa Valley. Free admission; reservations recommended. Info: festivalnapavalley.org.

CARLOS HERRERA

5-7 p.m. Carlos Herreraperforms at Merryvale Vineyards, 1000 Main St., St. Helena. Info: merryvale.com; 707-963-7777.

DESPERATE MEN

6-9 p.m. The Bay Area band Desperate Men performs at The Calistoga Depot, 1458 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga. Desperate Men play a party mix of danceable music from the 50s to today. Free admission; reservations encouraged. Info: exploretock.com/calistogadepotdistillery; 707-963-6925.

SURFER JOE

6-9 p.m. Surfer Joe performs at Wilfred’s Lounge, 967 First St., Napa. Free admission. Reservations recommended. Info: wilfredslounge.com/happenings; 707-690-9957.

OPEN MIC

6-7:30 p.m. Napa County poet laureate Aisha Rivera hosts an open mic at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St. Each performance slot (literary or musical) is limited to five minutes. Sign-ups begin one hour before the event. Sign-ups must be in person. Info: napabookmine.com/event/open-mic-8; 707-733-3199.

Saturday, July 20

AVIATION EXHIBIT

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Napa County Airport, 2000 Airport Road, Napa, hosts a vintage aircraft display. Visitors should meet in front of the Gate L sign, next to Atlantic Aviation, for guided tours, featuring all types of airplanes. Free admission. The event is also held during the same hours on Sunday, July 21.

CYCLE FOR SHAKES

10 a.m.-noon. Napa County Bicycle Coalition hosts Cycle for Shakes, a family biking workshop to learn and practice the skills necessary to ride around your neighborhood, at Community Park 1, 1400 Rio Grande, American Canyon. Workshop includes on-bike safety training, a group ride around the neighborhood, and free milkshakes for participants at BurgerIM. Registration required; workshop is best suited for ages 6-12 and parents/guardians. Info: bit.ly/cycleforshakes; 707-258-6317; csainato@napabike.org.

POETRY WORKSHOP

10 a.m. Create a poem with Napa County Poet Laureate Aisha Rivera at the American Canyon Library, 300 Crawford Way. Focusing on a prompt, participants will create a short to medium-length poem during this workshop. Share your work with others and get feedback as well. Info: napalibrary.org/events; 707-644-1136.

FAIRY GARDEN CRAFTS

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Community members of all ages are invited to the Yountville Library, 6516 Washington St., to create unique crafts that will be showcased in a fairy garden at the Napa Town & Country Fair Aug. 8 – 11. Use watercolors, clay, and other creative media to bring an extra bit of magic fairy dust to this unique display. Free admission. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-944-1888.

NAPA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS REUNION

11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Celebrate the Napa High School Class of 1964 during its 60th class reunion at Napa Elks Lodge, 2840 Soscol Ave., Napa. Casual dress and no host bar. Tickets are $40 and include a barbecue buffet. Advance tickets only. Info: napabudde@sbcglobal.net; classcreator.com/Napa-California-1964.

KARRIE O'NEILL

1:30-4:30 p.m. Singer-songwriter Karrie O'Neill performsat Be Bubbly, 1407 Second St., Napa. Info: bebubblynapa.com; 707-637-4532.

DINNER AT THE MUSEUM

5:30-8:30 p.m. St. Helena Historical Society, 1255 Oak Ave. St. Helena, hosts its Dinner at the Museum fundraiser. Enjoy a paella dinner among the artifacts that reflect the region’s history that dates back 10,000 years to the area’s native people, the Wappos. Tickets are $150 and must be reserved by July 10. Info: shstory.org/dinner-at-the-museum; 707-967-5502.

Sunday, July 21

DÍA DE LA FAMILIA

1-3:30 p.m. The Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation hosts its 11th annual Día de la Familia festival on Napa Street adjacent to St. John’s Catholic Church. Día de la Familia primarily caters to the needs of local farmworking families by providing them with easy access to local resources. Over 50 community organizations from Napa County are set to participate in the event, providing complimentary services and fostering a sense of unity among community members. Among the highlights are free OLE Health screenings, a complimentary taco lunch, and family activities including face painting, arts and crafts, and rock climbing. Info: farmworkerfoundation.org/dia-de-la-familia.

NAPA VALLEY BEER BATTLE & BBQ

4-7 p.m. The Napa Valley Education Foundation hosts the 12th annual Beer Battle & BBQ at Tre Posti, 641 Main St., St. Helena. All inclusive tickets include live music, barbecue from chef Nash Cognetti of Tre Posti, craft beers from Napa Valley brewers, wines, a live auction and more. Tickets are $100. Info: nvef.org/bbq.

THE SMART FELLERS

7-9 p.m. Bay Area trio The Smart Fellers perform at The Fink, 530 Main St., Napa. Cover charge is $5. Info: thefinknapa.com.

Tuesday, July 23

BEHIND THE CAMERA

5 p.m. Screenwriter Rose Gilroy will discuss her film “Fly Me To The Moon” following a screening at Cameo Cinema, 1340 Main St., St. Helena. Tickets are $30. Info: cameocinema.com; 707-963-9779.

‘CHARTING THE FUTURE OF NAPA VALLEY’

6 p.m. Author Richard Mendelson discusses his book “Common Ground: Charting the Future of Napa Valley” at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa. The book offers an inside look at how the Napa Valley is confronting the complicated pressures of climate change, increased tourism, urbanization, and changing winery ownership and priorities. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199.

Friday, July 26

NAPA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY WALKING TOURS

11 a.m. Napa County Historical Society hosts its Tulocay Cemetery walking tour. Wind through this peaceful, historic cemetery during a 90-minute program. The cemetery is located at Coombsville Road and Tulocay Drive. Tickets are $30 for NCHS members; $45 for general admission. Info: napahistory.org/events.

UNCLE JER'S TRAVELING BEE SHOW

3 p.m. Learn about the fascinating world of bees, including pollination, honey-making, bee safety, and more, in Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. See live bees up close! Best for ages 4 and older. Free admission. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-253-4241.

MOVIES IN THE PARK

6:30 p.m. The town of Yountville screens “Elemental” at Yountville Community Park, 2900 Lincoln Ave., as part of its Movies in the Park series. Disney's“Elemental” (rated PG) follows Ember and Wade, in a city where fire-, water-, earth- and air-residents live together.Low back lawn chairs and blankets welcome. No pets allowed.Free admission. Concessions on site. Info: townofyountville.com/Calendar; 707-944-8851.

Saturday, July 27

FRIENDS OF THE AMERICAN CANYON LIBRARY DONATION DAY

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Donate your gently used hardbound or softcover books, DVDs, books on CDs, music CDs, puzzles, textbooks and travel guidebooks (textbooks and guidebooks no older than five years old) during Friends of the American Canyon Library Donation Day. The event is held at the library, 300 Crawford Way. Info: FriendsofAmCanLibrary.com.

BLACKSMITH OPEN HOUSE

1-4 p.m. The Napa County Historical Society opens its historic Henry Haus Blacksmith Shop at 5850 Chiles Pope Valley Road (across from the Pope Valley Market) for a free demonstration. Local blacksmiths Ken Maxfield and Bob Fulton will showcase the legacy of this historic shop for visitors. Info: napahistory.org/events.

CRUSH MS SUMMER CELEBRATION

4-7 p.m. Join the fun at Reid Family Vineyards, 1020 Borrette Lane, Napa, as hundreds of wine lovers come together to raise funds and awareness for a world free of multiple sclerosis. Tickets are $100. Info: crushms.org.

CAM ELISE

4-6 p.m. Sixteen-year-old singer-songwriter Cam Elise performs at The Calistoga Depot, 1458 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga. Info: exploretock.com/calistogadepotdistillery; 707-963-6925.

ROAD ELEVEN

7-10 p.m. Napa Valley’s Road Eleven performs rock and country covers at the Hollywood Room, 2485 Stockton St., Napa. Guests must be 21 and older. Admission is $5. Seating is first-come, first-served. Info: napadistillery.com/events/live-events.

Sunday, July 28

NAPA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY WALKING TOURS

3 p.m. Napa County Historical Society hosts its Tulocay Cemetery walking tour. Wind through this peaceful, historic cemetery during a 90-minute program. The cemetery is located at Coombsville Road and Tulocay Drive. Tickets are $30 for NCHS members; $45 for general admission. Info: napahistory.org/events.

Monday, July 29

LUNAR OCTET

5 p.m. The Lunar Octet plays original and eclectic music— drawing on Cuban and Puerto Rican salsa, rock, African high-life music and Brazilian sambas— at Cameo Cinema, 1340 Main St., St. Helena. Tickets are $40. Info: cameocinema.com; 707-963-9779.

Saturday, Aug. 3

IT’S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING

7 p.m. Jarvis Conservatory, 1711 Main St., Napa, presents “It’s a Grand Night for Singing.” Tickets are $20 online or at the box office beginning at 6 p.m. Info: 707-255-5445;jarvisconservatory.com.

Sunday, Aug. 4

RUTHERFORD CHILI BALL

4-8 p.m. The Rutherford Dust Society hosts its annual Chili Ball fundraiser at Beckstoffer Farm Center, 8600 Conn Creek Road, Rutherford. Enjoy a family-friendly evening of delicious food, fun music and good company. Tickets are $80; $35 for guests ages 13-20; $25 for guests ages 6-12; and free to kids 5 and younger. Info: rutherforddust.org.

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