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Calistoga Art Center
Educational, Kids/Family, Nonprofit
The Calistoga Art Center was formed in 2002 by community members and art enthusiasts to expand and enrich the arts in the Napa Valley through education, experience, awareness and involvement.
Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center
Educational, Music, Nonprofit, Theatre
A prominent landmark along the Napa-Vallejo Highway, Napa Valley College’s Performing Arts Center is a distinguished entrance marker to the iconic Napa Valley. Open to the public since 2010, the NVC Performing Arts Center’s three stages host a unique blend of student and professional performances each year. Sited at the north edge of the NVC campus to take advantage of the beautiful views of the Napa Valley range, it is the recipient of numerous architectural design awards, including The American Institute of Architects Minnesota Honor Award (2011). To learn more, visit PerformingArtsNapaValley.org.
Napa Valley Museum
Educational, Gallery/Museum, Nonprofit
The Napa Valley Museum is a nonprofit 501c3 organization dedicated to enriching the cultural fabric of our community through exhibitions, collections, educational programs and creative activities that promote knowledge and understanding of art, nature and history.
Valley Players was formed to give the experienced women of the Napa Valley a voice and a presence, by both expressing themselves via the art of theater and enjoying performances that reflect their own stories. We are dedicated to empowering women over forty through all aspects of the theatre arts—from writing to acting to directing to design and much more! Experienced women continue to be a powerful, expressive, and enduring voice in our society, and that voice is needed now more than ever. It is our mission to help ensure that voice is heard. Valley Players also offers classes for adults as well and short play performances at special events!