Cork Bits: ideas for your Napa Valley weekend

by TrevR on September 13, 2007

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It’s time to start thinking about the weekend again, so you know what that means…here are a couple items you may want to check out if you happen to be in the Napa Valley this weekend.

Saturday, September 15

  • Tom Kennelly of Napa County Landmarks will lead a walking tour of the historic Fuller Park District. Fuller Park is located in one of Napa’s oldest neighborhoods–walkers will learn about the park’s 150-year history, including its many memorials, stately trees and architectural diversity characterized by the marvelous homes nearby. Registration begins at 9:45am at the northwest corner of Fuller Park (Jefferson and Oak Streets) in Napa. Cost is $5 for Landmarks members, $10 for non-members. Call: 707-255-1836 for more information
  • The 24th Annual Harvest Festival will feature wines and gourmet treats from Napa’s finest wineries and restaurants, including Bayleaf Restaurant, Go Fish, Hurley’s and many more. The event, put on by the Kiwanis Club of Napa, will feature an art exhibition/sale, distinctive silent auction, drawings and more. The festival will take place at the Yountville Lincoln Theatre at the Veterans Home, which is at 100 California Drive in Yountville. Cost: $50 per person, includes food, wine, live entertainment. Time: 1pm – 5pm, for more information and for ticket information, call: 800-550-6260

Cheers all!

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, napa valley weekend, wine, winecountry, harvest festival, Yountville, Go Fish, Bayleaf Restaurant, Hurley's Restaurant, Fuller Park]

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