What is open, closed, or cancelled as a result of the wildfires in the Napa Valley: (updated Feb. 16)
-- Jessel Miller, owner of The Jessel Gallery in Napa, has told the Register that her gallery is open "for anyone who needs one of Jessel's famous cookies, a glass of something special, a hug, or a shoulder to lean on -- anyone who just needs to get out. Come and share stories and find comfort."
The Jessel Gallery is at 1019 Atlas Peak Road, Napa. 707-257-2350.
-- Napa High School drama students have cancelled their performance of "Triangle," scheduled for Oct. 26, 27 and 28.
-- Boz Scaggs’ shows on Oct. 19 and 20 at The Uptown Theatre in Napa, have been rescheduled to April 5 and 6. Refunds are available at point of purchase and currently held tickets will be honored on new date.
-- Barry Martin of Lucky Penny Productions has postponed the opening of "The Crucible." The revised schedule opens on Oct. 27 and runs through Nov. 5.
Patrons holding tickets for the cancelled performances on Oct. 20, 21 or 22 should email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 707-266-6305 to have tickets moved to another performance. Reservations for performances Oct. 27-29 and Nov 2-5 are intact and do not need to be changed. More information on the show can be found at www.luckypennynapa.com.
Martin said, "While we always take the position that "the show must go on," it has become clear that it's in all our best interests to postpone the opening of "The Crucible" by one week."
-- The Jarvis Conservatory has cancelled the Oct. 14 screening of "Marina," which will be rescheduled.
-- The Living Arts Playback Theatre Ensemble, scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 5, at Napa Methodist Church has been cancelled. Women's March Napa Valley will reschedule the event at a later date.
-- Brenda Lhormer, co-director of the Napa Valley Film Festival, taking place Nov. 8-12, has issued this statement: “Many on our team have lost their homes, but at the same time, we’re trying to make sure we deliver a superb Napa Valley Film Festival that we’ve worked on full time all year on to share with our community.”
-- The Napa Valley Museum Yountville is closed to the public until Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 11 a.m., due to the Napa County wildfires.
-- Blue Note Napa has postponed all performances until Nov. 5.
-- The Lincoln Theater in Yountville has cancelled the planned performance, “Repin and the Romantics,” scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 14. This show and the U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West concert will be rescheduled.
Yvonne Baginski, chairwoman of Cirque de Napa, scheduled for Oct. 14 at the Napa Valley Expo, has said that the annual celebration for seniors has been cancelled because the Expo is being used by Cal Fire. For information or questions, call (707) 492-3198.
Napa Valley College activities are cancelled until Monday, Oct. 16.
Napa Valley Writers has canceled a National Novel Writing Month support group. The guest speakers, Ellen Sussman and Steve Villano, for the Oct. 11 meeting will be rescheduled.
Visit Napa Valley is providing a list of restaurants, activities that have been closed at visitnapavalley.com/emergency/
If you and your family are looking for a safe, smoke- free place to go for the day, the California Academy of Sciences is offering free passes. #staysafe #napastrong