What’s the next easiest way to make an environmental difference? Compost! The Upper Valley Disposal and Recycling has new services.
Poems are indeed free as artists gathered last Saturday, July 11th, to share their works inspired by the word FREEDOM.
One job, a $4 million dollars gift, and a lifetime of preservation for the Napa Valley wine culture.
Who was the most active group in Yountville during the fiscal year July 2020/July 2021 with COVID hovering over us? It was the Yountville Arts Commission who sold over $110,000
BottleRock, Blue Note Entertainment, and Another Planet Entertainment present a benefit concert by Matt Nathanson for Alaina’s Voice Foundation and local mental health support services in Napa Valley. The “One
Y-Ville Campers are halfway through the 8 week summer camp program. The theme is “Lights, Camera, Action!”
Another Town favorite returns this year—Yountville Days is happening on Saturday, Oct. 2nd! Here’s what to expect.
Yountville is participating in the Pavement Management Technical Assistance program and has been assigned a paving consultant.
Senator Dodd is hosting the next Virtual Town Hall to discuss the reopening of schools and the role of innovation during the pandemic.
Yountville Artist in Residence, Guy Buffet, will be showing his paintings at The Gallery from July 17th to August 13th.