Thursday's first look: What to do, weather, and more

September 12, 2013 5:00 am

Music at Mondavi, a high of 82, the end of a downtown market — here's a peek at Sept. 12, 2013.

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  • WHAT TO DO: Robert Mondavi Winery (7801 St. Helena Highway) hosts its Hot Harvest Nights series, featuring a mix of live music and wines in Oakville.

    Spend an evening on the winery’s patio overlooking the To Kalon Vineyard while enjoying the music of local artists. Food items and wine are available for purchase.

    Thursday's show features Ken y Bo Guitarras, a Spanish guitar duo.

    Admission is free. The event starts at 5 p.m.

    Click here for the Napa Valley Register online calendar.

  • WEATHER: Patchy fog will gradually clear by noon on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

    At the Napa County Airport, the high temperature will reach 82 degrees. A 6 to 11 mph west southwest wind is expected to blow much of the day.

    The fog will return after midnight as the temperature drops to a low of about 55 degrees.

    A 7 to 15 mph west wind will shift to a south wind after midnight, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

    See more at the Napa Valley Register weather page.

  • Chefs' Market is being shut down following a 19-year run.

    The majority of downtown merchants say the summertime street fair has hurt their businesses.

    “I have decreased foot traffic” during Chefs’ Market, said Dan Dawson, who started a petition to cancel the market.

    The market is more of a street fair, with people eating and drinking on the street, not inside local businesses, he said.

    Merchants paid a surcharge on their business licenses that helped support the market, said Craig Smith, executive director of the Downtown Napa Association.

    Click here for the complete story.

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