Friday, Nov. 18
Here's a festive way to support an important local cause while celebrating : At 6 p.m.,. Tickets are $50 and benefit .
For kids and their grown-ups, hosts its at 7 p.m.; admission is $15.
Saturday, Nov. 19
Let's skate! Napa on Ice opens for public skating today at 10 a.m.; admission is $12, including skates, but watching is free and there's always the chance to craft a mini-snowman out of ice scrapings from the skating surface.
At 1 p.m., the fun continues at Jarvis's ; $15.
Up in Yountville at the Napa Valley Museum, the Christmas season begins at 5:30 p.m. with the ; admission is $5.
Sunday, Nov. 20
Free! At 3 p.m., on Third Street plays host to an unusual event for animal-lovers and art aficionados alike: Napa Humane is launching the first ever traveling Adoptable Photography Exhibit in Napa Valley called “On the Road to Home.”
Also at 3 p.m., the performing arts department at presents , $15 at the .
The brings real jazz –- not the background music that passes for jazz sometimes -- to local venues. This afternoon at Silo's it's a special tribute to the Impulse! record label, which released some of the greatest recordings of all time including John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman's duets, Oliver Nelson's Blues and the Abstract Truth with its unforgettable original "Stolen Moments," and many more.
Pianist and leader Larry Vuckovich brings reedman Noel Jewkes, bassist Jeff Chambers, drummer Lorca Hart and singer Jamie Davis to this 4 p.m. concert paying tribute to a special era in jazz history. Tickets are $20.
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