Saturday’s first look: Weather, calendar, and the news

2014-07-26T05:00:00Z 2014-07-27T00:34:45Z Saturday’s first look: Weather, calendar, and the news Napa Valley Register
July 26, 2014 5:00 am
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  • WHAT TO DO: Take a step back in time and learn about the last public execution in California, they sold tickets and gave away souvenirs like the hanging rope, and the criminal’s cigar butt. Learn about a murder that was solved 30 years after the bar was closed and sat frozen in time. Discover the site of the local undertaking rooms, where a local Doctor bleached the bones of an executed criminal on the roof. Meet the ghosts. Speak to ghosts. This is an interactive paranormal tour. You will be given the opportunity to work with the tools used by paranormal investigators. Reach out and touch Napa’s history by communicating with its ghosts! Are you brave enough to step into the shoes of a ghost hunter? Will you dare?

    Two Tours. 7pm & 9:45pm Saturday Nights.


    See more events on the Napa Valley Register online calendar.

  • WEATHER: Continued hot and sunny, with high of 94, dropping to a cloudy 58 overnight.

    West winds will measure 10-15 mph by day and 5-10 at night.

    Sunrise is at 6:06 a.m. and sunset at 8:24 p.m.

    See the extended forecast at the Napa Valley Register weather page.

  • IN THE NEWS: With trowels, knives, brushes and lots of imagination, workers have been etching granite-like features this week into the new retaining walls along Jameson Canyon/Highway 12, turning miles of concrete into natural-looking stone. The crews create ridges and cracks in fresh layers of concrete to give the man-made material a natural “fractured granite” appearance. This cosmetic work may be completed next week, as Caltrans comes close to wrapping up the $130 million widening of Jameson Canyon after two years of construction.

    Read the full story of the art of the new Highway 12 project by Kerana Todorov in Saturday's Napa Valley Register.

  • WHAT TO DO: Join us for an exclusive and intimate evening featuring Grammy-Winning Violinist and Composer Mark O'Connor at Cardinale Winery in Oakville benefitting the Napa Valley Youth Symphony. The evening will begin at 6 pm with a wine reception, featuring the elegant wines of Cardinale, followed by a 6:30 pm concert . All this with a back drop of stunning views of the Napa Valley.


    See more events on the Napa Valley Register online calendar.

  • IN THE NEWS: On Nov. 4, voters in the city of Napa will face a complex “yes or no” vote on the multi-faceted Napa Pipe project.With the City Council finalizing a ballot measure last week that will ask voters to move the city’s development boundary to include Napa Pipe, local officials say the real work of educating the public has begun.

    Read the full story by Janelle Wetzstein in Sunday's Napa Valley Register.

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