Guidelines updated June 30, 2017

• Submissions will be reviewed for approval within 3-5 business days. The Napa Valley Register reserves the right to accept, reject and edit all submissions.

• Online calendar submissions received two weeks prior to the date of the scheduled event will be considered for the print version of the calendar.

• Please limit your event descriptions to 250 words. You may include one photo for the online listing. No videos, please.

• Due to space limitations, qualifying calendar items will be condensed and edited by calendar staff for print to a maximum of 50 words in daily community events calendars and 75 words for Sunday’s Community Bulletin.

• Only events taking place in the North Bay will be considered for the online calendars. Events outside Napa Valley will not be considered for print.

• Events with free admission or hosted/sponsored by a non-profit agency are given priority in the print calendar. Events with single-day ticket prices of $250 or greater will be considered for print on a case-by-case basis.

• Events spanning multiple days may be restricted to a limited run in print due to space limitations. However, items will be edited to acknowledge an event’s ongoing status.

• One-day classes or limited-engagement workshops offered by non-profit agencies will be considered for print and online publication.

• Businesses wishing to promote sales or for-profit classes/workshops are advised to contact the advertising department (707-256-2228) or Business editor Jennifer Huffman (707-256-2218). These events will not be considered for print or online calendars.

• Classes and workshops, club meetings, support groups, fundraisers and volunteer opportunities will be considered for Sunday's Community Bulletin Board. Bulletin items are published on a rotation basis due to space limitations. Click here to view the online master list of Community Bulletin items.

• For more information, email calendar coordinator Samie Hartley at shartley@napanews.com.