The stately Greek Revival building that houses Sonoma Arts Live is a National Historic Landmark built in 1915 yet is wheelchair accessible after a recent renovation. What is Sonoma Arts Live? It’s a new consortium of local theater companies and it’s taking Sonoma’s arts and culture scene to a new level. We saw “Noises Off”, the second production of the 2015 season, with 4 more productions coming through October.
The 18th Annual Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF) is right around the corner, March 25-29, 2015. This is a magical time here, when independent filmmakers and their films bring us Hollywood excitement and glamour. We call it Sonomawood, and it’s all accessible! (more…)
St. Helena is quintessential Napa Valley. Its historic Main Street is filled with galleries, restaurants, shops, and wineries. At the gateway to St. Helena is Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch, a three-acre food and wine destination, and this weekend a film venue, village center, and wine tasting pavilion.
The autumn colors were raging in Yountville during the NVFF and set the tone for a beautiful sunny day to meander through the village, watch films, and sip wine. Yountville is a 15-minute drive out of Napa, filled with world-class restaurants and renowned wineries.