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Updated: December 5, 2019 @ 8:19 am
Here is a look at what's been happening in and around Calistoga this week.
More than 100 bingo players turned out for the annual Calistoga Firefighter's Association Fundraiser to vie for prizes and bid on silent auction items Nov. 23.
From left, Calistoga Firefighter Scott Glaholt, Resort at 400 Silverado Trail chef Shaun Acosta, Jason Tamagni, Calistoga fire prevention officer and engineer, and Trent Yaconelli, executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Calistoga and St. Helena, at a 'thank you' dinner Nov. 20.
In 2016, Michael Woods, owner of the Mount View Hotel, pointed out a photo of Johnny Ghisolfo in the lobby of the hotel. Ghisolfo built the hotel in 1919 and opened the original Johnny’s restaurant in the 1930s.
St. Helena Mayor Geoff Ellsworth joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Calisotga and St. Helena in thanking first responders from the Kincade Fire, at a dinner Nov. 20.
Mount View Hotel owners Stephanie, Michael, and Indie Blue Woods were presented with a proclamation from the City of Calistoga on its 100th anniversary by Mayor Chris Canning, right.
Former Calistoga firefighter Keegan Barrett was the master number caller at the Calistoga Firefighter's Bingo fundraiser Nov. 23.
Tim Petersen, co-owner of Calistoga's Silverado ACE Hardware, reacts to numbers being called during the firefigher's annual fundraiser Nov. 23.
San Francisco mural artist and graphic recorder Giselle Chow captured the flow of ideas at the Calistoga Community Conversation Nov. 21.
A 1930 Packard Touring car parked in front of the Mount View Hotel on Lincoln Avenue in downtown Calistoga, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
Michael and Stephanie Woods in early 20th century costume at a 100-year anniversary party for their Mount View Hotel earlier this year.
Bingo players can be a superstitious lot, even relying on pink-haired trolls for luck, like this one seen at the Calistoga Firefighers' Bingo fundraiser Nov. 23.
Friends and neighbors gathered at the Napa County Fairgrounds Nov. 23 for a lively night of bingo to support the Calistoga Firefighter's Association.
Calistoga and St. Helena first responders joined members of the Boys & Girls Club for a thank you dinner Nov. 20 in Calistoga.
Calistoga's Police Sgt. Tim Martin, and newly promoted Corporal Kristine Romo enjoyed a 'thank you' dinner for first responders at the Calistoga Boys & Girls Club Nov. 20, after the Kincade Fire threatened the town with an advisory evacuation, and was contained Nov. 7.
Calistoga Police Chief Mitch Celaya joined the first responders invited to a 'thank you' dinner at the Boys & Girls club in Calistoga Nov. 20.
Calistoga Fire Chief Steve Campbell shared stories with members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga at a first responder 'thank you' dinner Nov. 20.
Mount View Hotel. In 1907 this was the location of the Europa Hotel, built and owned by Louis Banchero. The property was sold to Johnny Ghisolfo in 1912, and by 1919 Ghisolfo had built his new hotel, the Mount View, in the popular Mission Revival style. By 1938, the hotel had a total of 45 rooms, all equipped with running hot mineral water. This beloved Calistoga structure is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Members of the St. Helena and Calistoga Boys & Girls Club created and displayed artwork in honor of first responders to the Kincade Fire at a 'thank you' dinner Nov. 20.
Chef Shaun Acosta and his team from the Resort at 400 Silverado Trail prepared a meal at the Calistog Boys & Girls Club Nov. 20 to thank first responders from the recent Kincade Fire.
The City of Calistoga has planned for a stop light at the intersection of Petrified Forest Road and Foothill Boulevard.
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