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Calistoga Hosts Mudder of All Weekends Girlfriend Getaway Event

Calistoga Hosts Mudder of All Weekends Girlfriend Getaway Event

The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce today announces a brand new event to the area, “Mudder of All Weekends,” taking place Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29, 2015. The weekend-long experience includes a scavenger hunt, Pretty Muddy 5K fun run, restaurant and bar crawl, lodging and spa specials, yoga and dining offerings. The event is open to women, ages 14 and older.

A variety of lodging and spa properties in Calistoga are getting in on the action by offering Mudder of All Weekends packages featuring special room rates and spa deals, respectively. In addition, throughout the weekend participants will have access to Pretty Muddy menu specials and the chance to judge “dirtiest drink in town”.

The fun kicks off on Friday, March 27 with the “Scavenge Mud City” scavenger hunt. Calistoga businesses are extending their hours as guests hunt through the city, and race to see their name top the real-time leaderboard.

Yolo County Library Hosts Community Safety Forum March 12

Yolo County Library Hosts Community Safety Forum March 12

The Mary L. Stephens Davis branch of the Yolo County Library will host a Community Safety Forum on March 12, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., in the Blanchard Room.  The forum’s topic is, Community Policing, Incarceration and the Judicial System: How are we Ensuring Equitable Law Enforcement Practices in the Community to Promote Mutual Trust and Community Safety?

Houston and Jones

Houston and Jones
Houston and Jones
02-15-2015 - 02-15-2015
 
http://www.wagmanhouseconcerts.org/index.html
Admission: Suggested donation $20
 
(530) 573-3472
wjwagman@dcn.org
 
Start Time(s): Sun 7:30pm-9:30pm
Well-known to Bay Area music fans, Houston and Jones are synonymous with fine songwriting, great singing and consummate musicianship 
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Parlor 30 to begin tours of Old Woodland featuring Dead Cat Alley and Dog Gone Alley

Parlor 30 to begin tours of Old Woodland featuring Dead Cat Alley and Dog Gone Alley

..Henry Wyckoff was a 49er who settled, for a time, in an area that became the City of Woodland. He came from Ohio in 1849 and built a couple of stores... one was at what is now Dead Cat Alley and First Street in 1853, and the other near the corner of Sixth and Court Streets in 1856. The second building had a large sign that read "Yolo City." It was near this location that a character named By Hell established a whisky and gambling shop. Photo is from the Yolo Archives... Brought to you by the Native Sons of the Golden ..... Read More

Woodland Honor Band to perform at Woodland's Carnegie library prior to Carnegie Hall concert

Woodland Honor Band to perform at Woodland's Carnegie library prior to Carnegie Hall concert

Woodland Public Library is pleased to present the Woodland Honor ..... Read More

UC Davis Picnic Day 2015: Heart of the Community

UC Davis Picnic Day 2015: Heart of the Community
UC Davis Picnic Day 2015: Heart of the Community
04-18-2015 - 04-18-2015
UC Davis
http://picnicday.ucdavis.edu/
Admission: Free entry
 
(530) 752-6320
 
Start Time(s): Sat TBD
This family friendly event is free for all to come and experience the richness of diversity and achievement at UC Davis and the surrounding community in the areas of research,  teaching, service and campus life
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Plug-In Ceremony February 10

Yolo County and the City of Woodland will be celebrating the installation of electric vehicle charging stations in downtown Woodland with a Plug-In Ceremony on February 10 at noon in the City of Woodland municipal parking lot, located directly across from City Hall at 300 First Street in Woodland.

The Yolo County-City of Woodland Workplace Charging Partnership was made possible through a $15,000 Clean Air Fund grant award from the Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District and with county matching funds.  The installation of these stations addresses a growing need for electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Yolo County, while contributing to the climate action goals of both agencies.  By expanding the regional network of convenient electric vehicle charging opportunities, the partnership hopes to promote reductions in greenhouse gas production in the region.