Photos: As seen in the St. Helena Star, week of Nov. 8, 2018 Nov 8, 2018 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Photos from the week of Nov. 8, 2018 Geoff Ellsworth Buy Now St. Helena City Councilmember Geoff Ellsworth and his supporters check the preliminary election results Tuesday night at his party at Grace Episcopal Church. The race is too close to call, with preliminary results showing incumbent Mayor Alan Galbraith holding a slight lead over Ellsworth. David Stoneberg, Star Anna Chouteau and friends Anna Chouteau, center, was at the Odd Fellows Hall Tuesday night celebrating her uncontested election to the St. Helena City Council. From left are Gillian Casey, Vanessa von Hessert, Chouteau, Jessica Hague and Alex Boeving Allen. Submitted photo Geoff Ellsworth Buy Now Geoff Ellsworth reads preliminary election returns on a supporter's smartphone, shortly after 8:01 p.m. Tuesday, Ellsworth was running for mayor against incumbent Alan Galbraith, who held a small lead. David Stoneberg, Star Alan Galbraith Buy Now Mayor Alan Galbraith checks election returns on a laptop as Cindy Warren looks over his shoulder. Jesse Duarte, Star Concert to celebrate Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday Meghan Scheibel Shay, from left, Joe Pesch and Katie Hopgood Sculatti, along with the Napa Valley Duo, pianist Terry Winn and cellist Jeffrey McFarland Johnson, and special guests will honor Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday with a Sunday, Nov. 18 afternoon concert at the St. Helena Unified Methodist Church. Submitted photo Wedding flowers for a VW Bug Buy Now Wedding flowers adorn a 1972 VW Bug and its 7-cyclinder Continental radial tank engine. The Floral Flash artwork was presented by Erica Grube of Calistoga's EV Floral Design. David Stoneberg, Star Wedding flowers recycled for VW Bug Buy Now Mike and Jodie Nieman's 1972 VW Bug was adorned with recycled wedding flowers recently, courtesy of Erica Grube of EV Floral Design and her friend, Lilly Griffin. Instead of throwing the wedding flowers away, they used them, with permission, to decorate this unique VW Bug, that can be seen on St. Helena's Main Street. David Stoneberg, Star Wedding flowers for a VW Bug Buy Now Wedding flowers adorn a 1972 VW Bug and its 7-cyclinder Continental radial tank engine. The Floral Flash artwork was presented by Erica Grube of Calistoga's EV Floral Design. David Stoneberg, Star Chase Bank Buy Now Chase Bank will move into this former Citibank building at the corner of Adams Street and Railroad Avenue. Jesse Duarte, Star Sign Buy Now Jesse Duarte, Star St. Helena Fitness Buy Now Michael Gastelum, second from right, is launching a youth strength and conditioning program at St. Helena Fitness. He's shown here with Ari Kinsman, left, Jagger Parker and Asher Kinsman. Jesse Duarte, Star St. Helena Fitness Buy Now St. Helena Fitness owner Michael Gastelum, right, leads Asher Kinsman, left, Jagger Parker and Ari Kinsman in a workout. Jesse Duarte, Star Kitchen staff Buy Now The kitchen staff at Silverado Orchards includes, from left, Maria Ochoa, Teresa Hernandez, Consuelo Carrillo and Adolfo Vasquez. Jesse Duarte, Star 40th anniversary display Buy Now A fall display at the entrance to Silverado Orchards celebrates the facility's 40th anniversary. Jesse Duarte, Star Baldwins with Orville Hammer Buy Now Silverado Orchards resident Orville Hammer, center, with Kerry and Sharon Baldwin. Jesse Duarte, Star Silverado Orchards From left are Silverado Orchards manager Janelle Ross, Sharon Baldwin, Lori Cholmondeley, Tyger Cholmondeley, Randy Cholmondeley, Trevin Cholmondeley, Tanner Cholmondeley, Teagin Cholmondeley, Kerry Baldwin, and assistant manager Catherine Schimmer. Submitted photo Dr. Louise Aronson Dr. Louise Aronson Submitted photo Rasmussen Art Gallery at Pacific Union College A reception for watercolorist Wendy Liang will be held from 7-9 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Rasmussen Art Gallery at Pacific Union College. Submitted graphic Pia Mooney Pia Mooney Girard Winery, Calistoga On Oct. 18, Vintage Wine Estates opened its new Girard Winery in Calistoga to its 200 wine club members. Jessica Zimmer photo The Napa Valley Film Festival presents "Are You Glad I'm Here" As part of the Napa Valley Film Festival, which starts Wednesday, "Are You Glad I'm Here" is shown twice in St. Helena: at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, at the Cameo Cinema and 9:30 a.m., Friday, at the Charles Krug Winery. Submitted photo "Cold Brook" at the Napa Valley Film Festival As part of the Napa Valley Film Festival, "Cold Brook" will be screened twice in St. Helena, at 5:15 p.m., Friday at Acacia Barn and at 9:30 a.m., Sunday at Charles Krug Winery. Submitted photo "Green Book" is part of the Napa Valley Film Festival Viggo Mortensen, left, and Mahershala Ali star in "Green Book" to be presented at 5:30 p.m., Saturday at the Cameo Cinema. Patti Perret photo The Napa Valley Film Festival presents "Uncrushable" The Napa Valley Film Festival begins Wednesday and continues through Sunday and it features the showing of 100 films, including "Uncrushable," the stories of those who lived through the October 2017 Northern California wildfires. Nader Khouri St. Helena girls soccer The St. Helena girls soccer team huddles up after falling to Lower Lake 1-0 on Wednesday night. Dave Mosher photos St. Helena girls soccer St. Helena senior Andrea Hernandez dribbles while being pressured by a Lower Lake defender. Dave Mosher photos St. Helena girls soccer Sophomore Sydney Adamson tries to avoid a Lower Lake defender. 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