Arts Council Napa Valley 1041 Jefferson St Ste 4, Napa, CA94559 Arts Council of Napa Valley has celebrated its 30th anniversary. In support of the arts, the non-profit organization's…More mission is to foster "a thriving and diverse creative community by expanding arts education, collaborating with arts organizations, and nurturing the development of artistic talent." In participation with other non-profit organizations, ACNV's programs include open calls to artists; Arts in Education matching grants to local schools; Napa Artwalk; Napa Reads in partnership with Napa City-County Library; Napa Valley Arts; and No Vacancy: Art on First, a new program launching Spring 2011. Membership offers benefits, such as discounts with partnering organizations and invitations to gala events, the arts and art programs throughout the County.
Ceja Vineyards Tasting Salon 1248 1st St, Napa, CA94559 Downtown Napa's First Street has gotten a lot more fun since the Ceja wine-making family opened this welcoming salon a…More few years ago. Second-generation scion Ariel Ceja manages both this comfortable, art-filled room and his own Bistro Sabor a few doors east on First Street.
First Christian School 2659 1st St, Napa, CA94558 First Christian School is a private non-denominational educational institution which caters to students in preschool…More through eighth grade. Founded in 1997, the school offers academic programs which focus on general studies such as math, science, history and English, as well as art, physical education, technology and language classes.
The Conservatory came into being in 1995 through a grant from the Jarvis family. It fosters art in Napa Valley with…More monthly first-Saturday performances, such as It's a Grand Night for Singers, with local notables, including Caroline Altman. La Traviata, performed by the Royal Opera House of London, ran on film here, giving the complete opera experience in two parts, with intermission. The Art Film series shows on Saturday nights on a state-of-the-art HD screen.
Live performances and productions take center stage in the conservatory's 220-seat theater; ticket prices are in the $10 to $20 range. Twenty years running, the conservatory started the annual Holiday Choral Ensemble, featuring Bay Area Choirs, in 1999.
Napa Valley Nanny 3235 Von Uhlit Ranch Rd, Napa, CA94558 Napa Valley Nanny is owned and operated by 11-year professional babysitter Maggie Johnson. Maggie, who is Trustlined,…More CPR and first aid–certified, offers childcare for local families and services for parents vacationing in Napa Valley. She provides toys, games, arts and crafts materials and more.
The Playful Garden is a whimsical and fun garden art and gift shop. After years of planning, Mimi Glavin opened her…More shop in 2008 on Caymus Street. The idea for the store came from a shared love for gardening and garden art with her two sisters.
The mission on the outset was to create laughter, and Mimi goes the distance to find specialty items that will inspire just that for people's gardens at home or at the office. The Playful Garden was voted best gift shop by the San Francisco Gate in 2010 and by Napa Patch readers in 2012.
Now located at 1201 First St. in downtown Napa.
Visit TPG's website for a calendar of trunk shows and other events held at the store, now located at 1201 First St.
VanDenburgh Dental Cosmetics 3036 Beard Rd, Napa, CA94558 VanDenburgh Dental Cosmetics offers state-of-the-art dental procedures. Trained in advanced cosmetic dentistry at the…More LVI Institute, Dr. Steven VanDenburgh has been serving the Napa community for 20 years. The office is located on the first floor of this whimsical modern Art Deco building. Cosmetic services offered include porcelain inlays, porcelain onlays, porcelain crowns, porcelain veneers and tooth whitening. Dr. VanDenburgh also works with periodontics and restorations, such as composite fillings, dentures, partial dentures and root canal therapy. Appointment requests may be scheduled online through the VanDenburgh Dental Cosmetics website.
Valley Oak High School 1600 Myrtle Ave, Napa, CA94558 The only continuation high school in the Napa Valley Unified School District, Valley Oak--formerly called Temescal, from…More the native word for "sweat lodge,"--offers an alternative path to graduation for teens who are falling behind in the district's comprehensive schools. The state-approved curriculum includes a focus on careers and the arts. Valley Oak teachers and students are on a first-name basis with each other, and staffers even call to check in on students who don't arrive at the start of the school day.