A look back at the Napa Valley Register's photo highlights from the past week.
An interactive entry at the third Napa Lighted Art Festival that opened Saturday is "Chroma Current," where spectators' movements in front of a scanner are converted in real time into silhouettes shifting against a multicolored background projected onto the wall of the Native Sons of the Golden West building at Coombs Street. The installation by David Sullivan of New Orleans will be displayed nightly through Jan. 19.
Marchers brought a lively collection of signs expressing their opinions to the fourth annual Women's March Napa Valley in downtown Napa on Saturday.
Vintage's Blake Murray, left, is fouled by Napa High's Danny Ruiz during Friday night's Big Game at Vintage. Murray led the Crushers with 14 points.
Pet owners gathered Sunday for a two-hour vaccination clinic organized in Napa by the Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch. Inside the CrossWalk Community Church gym, dozens of cats and dogs received free vaccinations, while more than 200 people were given vouchers to have their animal companions spayed or neutered.
Multiple signs warn motorists wanting to take First Street out of downtown Napa to the freeway that they better not. Since Friday, First became one-way eastbound after being one-way westbound for over a half century.
Sets of wings and halos comprising "Angels of Freedom," a work by the Israel-based OGE Group on display at CIA at Copia, encourage spectators to stand in front and imagine themselves in seraphic form. The installation is one of 11 at the third Napa Lighted Art Festival, which opened Saturday night and continues through Jan. 19.
Hotella Nutella, a pop-up Napa Valley experience, hosted 16 overnight guests this past weekend. The "hotel" was decorated in all things Nutella, and guests dined on Nutella-themed foods.
The Vintage High gym is transformed for first day of the 22nd annual Napa Valley Girls Classic wrestling tournament on Friday.
Tara Pelter has taken over the helm of the family's business, Wine Stop, in Calistoga.
The historic Napa County Courthouse on Brown Street, repaired after suffering damage in the 2014 earthquake, is the canvas for "Chaos" by Hotaru Visual Guerrilla of San Sebastián, Spain at this year's Napa Lighted Art Festival in downtown Napa. Projectors create a constantly shifting pattern of optical and depth illusions, including the image of an abstract sphere appearing to smash the facade before it re-forms into new shapes.
Napa High senior Cole Lex, right, controls Granada's Robert Porter before pinning him in the 288-pound championship match Saturday at Granada's Mat Classic in Livermore.
River Middle School students at their new campus in North Napa. The school used to share a campus with Harvest Middle School but just moved to the former Salvador school campus.
Vintage's Katie Mason, left, pushes the ball past Napa High's Mila Valentine during their Big Game on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
Workers removed sections of Napa on Ice's dasher boards at the Napa Valley Expo Tuesday afternoon, two days after the seasonal skating rink completed its ninth and final season.
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