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Editor’s Note: Event details are subject to change. Please contact event organizers for additional details. To submit an item for the Napa Valley Register print calendar, please use this form: napavalleyregister.com/forms/nvrcalendar. For more information, email Samie Hartley at [email protected].

Tuesday, June 4

8 a.m.-noon. Napa Farmers Market features vendors offering seasonal produce, meat, eggs, seafood, locally prepared foods and handcrafted wares. Located at 1100 West St. at Pearl. Info: napafarmersmarket.org.

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. The Yountville Community Center, 6516 Washington St., hosts the town Farm Stand every Tuesday and Thursday. Shop for fresh, locally grown produce and support local businesses and guest vendors.

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SONS IN RETIREMENT LUNCHEON

11 a.m. Branch 149, a nonprofit men’s activity organization that hosts a variety of events each month to improve the lives of our members, hosts its monthly luncheon at Napa Elks Lodge, 2840 Soscol Ave., Napa. This month’s guest speaker is Napa Mayor Scott Sedgley. Free to those considering membership. Info: branch149.sirinc2.org; 707-235-6645; [email protected].

4-5:30 p.m. St. Helena Public Library, 1492 Library Lane, St. Helena, hosts an artist reception for Renee Austin and her latest works in the “American Chaos” series. Info: riandahouse.org.

CULINARY ADVENTURES AT THE LIBRARY

6 p.m. Learn the key ingredients behind Mediterranean Orzo during Book to Plate: Culinary Adventures at the Library at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. From mastering basic cooking techniques to exploring advanced flavor combinations, this demo is designed to elevate your cooking skills to new heights. Free admission. Info: 707-253-4241; napalibrary.org/events.

Wednesday, June 5

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Meadows of Napa Valley, 1800 Atrium Parkway, Napa, hosts a community health fair in partnership with Providence Health & Services. Learn about senior services, mental health support, estate planning and more. Free admission. Info: 707-320-2188.

6 p.m. Author Marjorie McCown discusses her book “Star Struck” at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199.

6-9 p.m. Dennis DeVilbiss Music hosts an Open Mic at Johnny’s, 1473 Lincoln Ave. in Calistoga, each Wednesday. All performers welcome. Info [email protected]; 707-696-9628.

Thursday, June 6

5-8 p.m. Singer-songwriter Jacob Philip Benning performs at Be Bubbly, 1407 Second St., Napa. Info: 707-637-4532; bebubblynapa.com.

7 p.m. The Napa Valley Jazz Getaway festival kicks off with a night of smooth jazz with Jazz Funk Soul opening for Brian Culbertson & Friends, Paul Taylor and Lindsey Webster at The Meritage Resort, 850 Bordeaux Way, Napa. Tickets are $119. The festival continues with daily performances through Sunday. Info: jazzgetaway.com.

‘THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NAPA VALLEY’

7:30 p.m. Lucky Penny Productions presents the musical parody “The Real Housewives of Napa Valley” – written by Barry Martin and Rob Broadhurst – at its community theater located at 1758 Industrial Way, Napa. Synopsis: When the Huzzah Network decides to cancel “The Real Housewives of Napa Valley,” five women embark on a do-or-die mission to raise the ratings and hang onto their posh lifestyles. Additional performances Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. through June 16. Tickets are $22-$45, including fees. Info: 707-266-6305; luckypennynapa.com.

Friday, June 7

ST. HELENA FARMERS’ MARKET

7:30 a.m.-noon. Visit Crane Park, 360 Crane Ave., for the St. Helena Farmers’ Market, offering fresh produce from a variety of local growers. Activities include a free produce tasting, kids’ story time and face painting. Info: sthelenafarmersmkt.org.

Saturday, June 8

8 a.m.-noon. Napa Farmers Market features vendors offering seasonal produce, meat, eggs, seafood, locally prepared foods and handcrafted wares. Located at 1100 West St. at Pearl. Info: napafarmersmarket.org.

9-11:30 a.m. Napa County Resource Conservation District hosts its annual Acorns to Oaks tree surveying event at Alston Park, 2037 Dry Creek Road, Napa. Volunteers will be placed in groups to count and take notes on oak tree conditions. Help survey previously planted oaks in this interactive learning experience that helps reforest the city of Napa. Info: https://x.gldn.io/e/KVj52tyLhJb; 707-257-9414.

CALISTOGA FARMERS’ MARKET

9 a.m.-1 p.m. The Calistoga Farmers’ Market offers fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, gourmet and prepackaged food, fresh seafood, and creative crafts and gift items. Sharpsteen Museum Plaza and Community Center on Washington Street, Calistoga. Info: calistogafarmersmarket.org.

Noon-4 p.m. Country singer Dustin Saylor performs at Pope Valley Winery, 6613 Pope Valley Road. Free admission. Info: popevalleywinery.com.

3-6 p.m. Carrie Johanson performs at Napa Yard – Oxbow Gardens, 585 First St., Napa. Free admission. Reservations recommended. Info: napayard.com/calendar; 707-815-0398.

4 p.m. Jarvis Conservatory, 1711 Main St., Napa, screens the film “Nowhere Special” as part of its international film series. Synopsis: When single father John is given only a few months left to live, he attempts to find a new, perfect family for his young son. Tickets are $15. There is a second showing at 7 p.m. Info: jarvisconservatory.com; 707-255-5445.

NAPA BALLROOM AND SOCIAL DANCERS

7-9:30 p.m. Napa Ballroom and Social Dancers host their June dance at the Napa Senior Activity Center, 1500 Jefferson St. Events are held on the second Saturday of the month. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Dance lessons offered from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Admission is $20. Info: 707-227-0426; napaballroomdancers.com.

7:30-10 p.m. Napa-based band Mid Life-Krysis performs at the Hollywood Room, 2485 Stockton St., Napa. Guests must be 21 and older. Admission is $10; proceeds to go to the Napa Community Health Initiative. Seating is first come, first served. Info: napadistillery.com/events/live-events.

Sunday, June 9

NAPA VALLEY DIXIELAND JAZZ SOCIETY

1-4 p.m. The Big Four performs at American Legion Hall, 1240 Pearl St., Napa. Tickets for the concert are $10-$15. Info: napatradjazz.org; 707-265-8183.

2-5 p.m. The Band Hayez performs at Be Bubbly, 1407 Second St., Napa. Info: bebubblynapa.com; 707-637-4532.

3 p.m. Sing Napa Valley presents Songs of the 70s at Crosswalk Community Church, 2590 First St., Napa. Tickets are $30. Info: singnapavalley.org.

3-6 p.m. Guitar duo Six String Mixed Tape performs at Napa Yard – Oxbow Gardens, 585 First St., Napa. Free admission. Reservations recommended. Info: napayard.com/calendar; 707-815-0398.

4-6 p.m. In partnership with Yountville Arts, Handwritten Wines hosts the open mic event Handwritten Out Loud at its tasting room at 6494 Washington St., Yountville. Tickets are $15. Info: handwrittenwines.com/calendar.

‘RISE OF NAPA VALLEY WINERIES’

4:30 p.m. Author Mark Gudgel discusses his book “The Rise of Napa Valley Wineries: How the Judgment of Paris Put California Wine on the Map” during a special Napa County Historical Society presentation at the Goodman Library, 1219 First St., Napa. Tickets are $15-$35. Info: napahistory.org/event/mark-gudgel.

5-7 p.m. Second Street Band performs at Veterans Memorial Park in Yountville as part of the Summer Concert Series. Free admission. townofyountville.com/calendar.

Monday, June 10

10:30 a.m.-noon. Grandma Joy reads to children on Mondays at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. Choose a library book to share or ask to hear one of her favorites. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-253-4241.

3:30-4:30 p.m. School-age readers are invited to read to a certified listening dog to improve their reading and communication skills at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa, on Mondays. Participants may select a book from the library collection or bring one from home or school. No registration required. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-253-4241.

Wednesday, June 12

10:30 a.m. St. Helena Public Library, 1492 Library Lane, St. Helena, hosts a children’s petting zoo. Free admission. Registration required. Info: riandahouse.org; 707-963-5244.

5-8 p.m. American Canyon Chamber of Commerce presents a street fair featuring food trucks, live music, kid activities, wine and beer, and more on West American Canyon Road between James Road and Elliot Drive. Free admission. Info: amcanchamber.org.

Thursday, June 13

5-8 p.m. Cedric J Junior performs at Be Bubbly, 1407 Second St., Napa. Info: bebubblynapa.com; 707-637-4532.

NAPA VALLEY COMMUNITY MARKET

5-8 p.m. Napa Yard-Oxbow Gardens, 585 First St., Napa, hosts the Napa Valley Community Market on the second and fourth Thursday of the month. Vendors include local farmers and makers/artisans.

CALISTOGA CONCERTS IN THE PARK

6:30-8:30 p.m. Latin tribute band MAYA performs at Calistoga’s Pioneer Park, 1320 Cedar St. Free admission. Info: visitcalistoga.com; 707-942-6333.

Friday, June 14

11 a.m. The Napa County Historical Society hosts a 90-minute downtown Napa walking tour detailing the area’s history. Highlights include more than 15 local landmarks along First, Main and Third streets. Tours are led by knowledgeable docents, and complimentary maps and headsets are provided. Admission is $45. Info: napahistory.org/programs/walking-tours.

6-9 p.m. Rockabilly artist Jinx Jones performs at Wilfred’s Lounge, 967 First St., Napa. Free admission. Reservations recommended. Info: wilfredslounge.com/happenings; 707-690-9957.

6:30 p.m. Comedian Jiaoying Summers performs at Blue Note Napa, 1030 Main St., Napa. Tickets are $35-$65. There is a second show at 9 p.m. Info: bluenotenapa.com.

SUMMER STAGED READING SERIES

7 p.m. Valley Players presents “Loving, Wendy” by Kathryn Zaniboni as part of its Summer Staged Reading Series at Napa Valley Unitarian Universalists, 1625 Salvador Ave., Napa. Tickets are $10. Info: valley-players.com.

8-10 p.m. Napa’s Jake Rizzly presents a comedy showcase at The Hollywood Room, 2485 Stockton St., Napa. Tickets are $5. Info: napadistillery.com/events/live-events.

Saturday, June 15

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Napa County Airport, 2000 Airport Road, Napa, hosts a vintage aircraft display. Visitors should meet in front of the Gate L sign, next to Atlantic Aviation, for guided tours, featuring all types of airplanes. Free admission. The event is also held during the same hours on Sunday, June 16.

5-7:30 p.m. Napa Valley Museum Yountville, 55 Presidents Circle, hosts M*A*S*H Bash inspired by its “Warrior Dogs” exhibit. Festivities include live music, specialty cocktails and a costume contest. Tickets are $35. Attendees must be 21 or older. Info: napavalleymuseum.org/exhibition/mash-bash-at-the-museum.

6:30 p.m. Napa Valley singer-songwriter Shelby Darrall performs at Blue Note Napa, 1030 Main St., Napa. Tickets are $20-$25. Info: bluenotenapa.com.

7 p.m. Mads Tolling Quartet performs at the White Barn, 2727 Sulphur Springs Ave., St. Helena. Tickets are $35. Info: thewhitebarn.org; 707-987-8225.

7:30 p.m. Fleetwood Macramé – a Bay Area-based Fleetwood Mac tribute band – performs at JaM Cellars Ballroom, 1030 Main St., Napa. The event is a fundraiser for Congregation Beth Shalom. Tickets are $40-$100. Info: cbsnapa.org/calendar.

Sunday, June 16

3 p.m. The Napa County Historical Society hosts a 90-minute downtown Napa walking tour detailing the area’s history. Highlights include more than 15 local landmarks along First, Main and Third streets. Tours are led by knowledgeable docents and complimentary maps and headsets are provided. Admission is $45. Info: napahistory.org/programs/walking-tours.

Monday, June 17

5 p.m. Cameo Cinema, 1340 Main St., St. Helena, screens the documentary “The Michoacan File” as part of its CinemaBites series. The film, narrated by Danny Trejo, explores the origin, history and impact of Mexican food in modern society. Savor scrumptious treats created by Ray Ray’s Tacos. Tickets are $35 – proceeds support the St. Helena Farmers’ Market. Info: cameocinema.com; 707.963.9779.

Tuesday, June 18

6 p.m. Author Noah Gittell discusses his book “Baseball: The Movie” at Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa. Free admission; RSVP requested. Info: napabookmine.com; 707-733-3199.

Thursday, June 20

10:30 a.m. Magical Moonshine presents the puppet show “Chanticleer the Rooster” at the St. Helena Public Library, 1492 Library Lane, St. Helena. Free admission. Info: riandahouse.org; 707-963-5244.

Friday, June 21

‘THE GODDESSES OF FOOD’

7 p.m. Jarvis Conservatory, 1711 Main St., Napa, screens the film “The Goddesses of Food” as part of its documentary series. The filmmaker, Vérane Frédiani will be present for a discussion and question and answer session. Tickets are $15. Info: jarvisconservatory.com; 707-255-5445.

Saturday, June 22

ROCK THE RIDE AGAINST GUN VIOLENCE

8 a.m.-noon. Led by Rep. Mike Thompson, Rock the Ride is a benefit bike ride and walk that raises funds for national and local nonprofit organizations addressing gun violence. The event features different biking and walking routes, guest speakers, and a partner’s fair. This year’s event starts at Yountville Park, 2900 Lincoln Ave., Yountville. Info: rocktherideusa.com.

5-8 p.m. Singer Ariel Marin performs at Be Bubbly, 1407 Second St., Napa. Info: bebubblynapa.com; 707-637-4532.

7-10 p.m. Mission Varrio Project performs at the Hollywood Room, 2485 Stockton St., Napa. Guests must be 21 and older. Admission is $10. Seating is first-come, first-served. Info: napadistillery.com/events/live-events.

‘A NIGHT AT THE DREAM BOWL’

7:30 p.m. Kellie Fuller and Mike Greensill present “A Night at the Dream Bowl” at the JaM Cellars Ballroom, 1030 Main St., Napa, featuring a 9-piece band and ballroom dancing. The event is designed to transport guests back to the Napa Valley Dream Bowl, which opened in 1941 and hosted talents such as Duke Ellington, John Coltrane and Count Basie. Tickets start at $37. 1940s attire or accessories are encouraged. Info: bluenotejazz.com/napa/shows.

Wednesday, June 26

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO CRYPTOCURRENCY

6 p.m. Ever wondered about cryptocurrency? David Bell, professor of business administration at Pacific Union College presents “A Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency” at the Napa Library, 580 Coombs St., Napa. Info: events.napalibrary.org/events; 707-253-4241.

Thursday, June 27

MUSIC ON THE MANSION LAWN

6 p.m. Bailey Callahan performs at Silverado Resort and Spa, 1600 Atlas Peak Road. Free admission. Info: silveradoresort.com/calendar.

6 p.m. The Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St. in Napa, invites all to exercise your right to read banned books. Banned Books and Bites is a new place to read and discuss challenged and banned books in a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment. Open to ages 14 and up for light snacks and good conversation. This meeting includes a discussion of “Firekeeper’s Daughter” by Angeline Boulley. Free admission. Info: 707-253-4241.

Friday, June 28

SENIORS AGAINST FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION WORKSHOP

9 a.m.-noon. The Napa County District Attorney’s Office, in partnership with Molly’s Angels and the Napa County Health and Human Services Agency, hosts the Seniors Against Financial Exploitation (S.A.F.E.) Workshop at St. Helena Performing Arts Center, 1401 Grayson Ave. The workshop is designed to teach senior citizens how to protect themselves from common financial scams. Free admission. Info: 707-251-1099; [email protected].

Saturday, June 29

FRIENDS OF THE AMERICAN CANYON LIBRARY DONATION DAY

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Donate your gently used hardbound or softcover books, DVDs, books on CDs, music CDs, textbooks and travel guidebooks (textbooks and guidebooks no older than five years old) during Friends of the American Canyon Library Donation Day. The event is held at the library, 300 Crawford Way. Info: FriendsofAmCanLibrary.com.

FILM: ‘MY NATIONAL GALLERY’’

4 p.m. Jarvis Conservatory, 1711 Main St., Napa, screens the film “My National Gallery” as part of its documentary series. The film focuses on the National Gallery of London – one of the world’s greatest art galleries. Tickets are $15. There is a second showing at 7 p.m. Info: jarvisconservatory.com; 707-255-5445.

Saturday, July 6

11 a.m.-noon. Napa County Library, 580 Coombs St. in Napa, hosts Sensory Storytime for children ages 8 and younger who have a difficult time in large groups, are on the autism spectrum, have sensory processing challenges, or have other special needs. This story time combines preschool-level books, songs and activities to engage all five senses in developing emerging literacy, social interaction, and both gross and fine motor skills. Sensory-friendly aspects include small group size, soft lighting, manipulatives and fidget toys. The program is approximately 30 minutes long, with an additional 30 minutes of free play. Info: 707-253-4241; napalibrary.org/events.

IT’S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING

7 p.m. Jarvis Conservatory, 1711 Main St., Napa, presents “It’s a Grand Night for Singing.” Tickets are $20 online or at the box office beginning at 6 p.m. Info: 707-255-5445; jarvisconservatory.com.

Please note event details are subject to change. To submit at item for the Napa Valley Register print calendar, please use this form: napavalleyregister.com/forms/nvrcalendar. For more information, email Samie Hartley at [email protected].