May 21 through July 30 - Thursday Evenings, 5 to 9 PM
Now in its 15th year, Napa’s most popular outdoor event combines food, wine and entertainment to make this one a signature Napa event. Chef’s demonstrations from some of the best chefs in the Valley incorporate fresh produce from the on-site farmers’ market. Guests are invited to enjoy and taste. Three musical stages, children’s entertainment, art demonstrations and more.
Main Street Reunion Car Show
August 15 – Saturday, 10 AM to 3 PM
Over 350 pre-1976 cars on display, plus entertainment (was that Fonzy, or a Fonzy look-alike?)
Napa Wine and Crafts Faire
September 12 – Saturday, 10 AM to 5:30 PM
Celebrating its 33-year, this event is consistently rated one of the top three art and crafts events in Northern California. 200 artists display unique, original handcrafted art. Napa Valley wines make strolling down the street an Indian summer delight.
Wine Country Cajun
October 3 – Saturday, Noon to 6 PM
It’s a Zydeco fest, with musical entertainment, marching bands, and crawfish and gumbo everywhere. Chefs show off their Cajun side, and everybody wins.
October 31 – Saturday, Noon to 3 PM
Bring your cameras – the four staged photo opportunities serve as great backdrops for the kids. Thousands of costumed goblins (of all ages) will march and trick or treat in this safe, outdoor environment. Costume contest at 1 PM, followed by the parade at 2.
November 28 – Saturday, 5 PM
Since becoming an evening parade, Napans have figured out how to add lights to any entry – cars, horses, even children. The floats get a little better every year! Santa wraps this one up and leads everyone to COPIA, for free cookies, hot chocolate, tree lighting, and a chance to sit with Santa.