Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley 1515 Pueblo Ave, Napa, CA94558 The Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley are a community organization that run afterschool programming for children.…More The organization has two clubhouses and nine afterschool sites in Napa Valley, including one at the Napa Clubhouse. The Boys & Girls Clubs serve children aged 6 to 18, by running programs that stress leadership, life skills and a positive education. Membership costs $50 per year. For further inquiries, please phone the Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley at the Napa Clubhouse location.
Betty's Girl Boutique 1144 Main St, Napa, CA94559 Betty's Girl Boutique is a formal wear boutique that specializes in looks for formal events, such as prom. The shop's…More gowns are redesigned pieces made from vintage fashions. Owner and designer Kim Northrop also runs an internship program for local teens who are interested in the fashion industry.
Justin Siena High School 4026 Maher St, Napa, CA94558 Justin-Siena opened its doors in 1966 as two schools, originally--Justin for boys, operated by the de La Salle Christian…More Brothers, and Siena for girls, under the supervision of the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. In 1972 the two schools merged into one, which is now run by the Christian Brothers. The school's Dodd Stadium is home not only to Justin-Siena's Braves football team but to the Napa Saints youth football league as well. A part of the Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa, the school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association.
Napa Valley Public Access Cable Television 1600 Myrtle Ave, Napa, CA94558 Napa's public access television station operates on three cable channels. Live and prerecorded local shows and municipal…More meetings air on Comcast channel 28 and AT&T U-Verse channel 99, while channel 27 runs educational programming, in partnership with local school districts. Napa Valley TV is a nonprofit, membership-based organization and offers classes to community members interested in producing their own programs. Despite the Myrtle Street address, the main entrance to the station is on Pueblo Avenue, nextdoor to the Boys and Girls Club at 1515 Pueblo.