Whether you’re a resident of Napa Valley or you’ve never visited before, there’s plenty to see and do in this historic area. If you love wine, music, or just spending time with your friends and loved ones, there’s something for everybody here. If you want to spend time in Napa Valley this summer, read on to find the four events you just don’t want to miss.
Free Family Fun Day: Pixel Art Project at Napa Valley Museum
When: August 13th 2pm – 4pm
Looking to spend fun day out with your family? this event is for you. The Napa Valley Museum is hosting a family fun day where adults and children alike can make their very own art. Using sticky notes, you can fill in outlines to create your own works of ‘pixel art’. There will be easy, intermediate, and hard guides, so no matter what your level of artistry is, you can get involved. The best part is that it’s free, so you can have a fun day out with the kids without breaking the bank.
Tickets Harvest Party at Inglenook
When: August 13th 7pm – 10pm
This event at Inglenook is the only one this year that’s open to the public, so don’t miss your opportunity to get involved. You’ll enjoy their specialist wines paired with a wide array of dishes, while you take in fire dancing performances and dance the night away to a live band. Tickets are $120-$160 each.
Stars of American Ballet at Lincoln Theater
When: August 14th 4pm-6pm
All the performances in this afternoon of ballet will be by members of the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theater. They will lend their talents to pieces by George Balanchine, Christopher Wheeldon, and Daniel Ulbricht. Whether you’re new to ballet or you’re already a fan of the art, this will be an afternoon of ballet you won’t want to miss. Tickets are $45-85.
Calistoga Concerts in the Park at Pioneer Park
When: August 18th 6:30pm-8:30pm
Pioneer Park are a series of reoccurring events scheduled every Thursday night. The next one is planned for the 18th August, so why not enjoy a summer evening outdoors listening to great live music? What’s even better is that adult beverages are allowed for those aged 21 and over, and local wines will be available. To complete the evening with a boxed dinner, you can buy them from Brannan’s Grill, Buster’s BBQ, Checkers, Evangeline, Tanit Pan Asian, and Cal Mart. There’s no better way to take in local music, wine, and cuisine all at once. The best part? These events are all totally free to attend.
These are just four upcoming events in Napa Valley that show off the best of what the area has to offer. There’s many more events coming up, so watch out for more free and paid for events that you can enjoy this summer. Find out what Napa Valley can offer you and your family.[Image Credit]