Vallejo winery to welcome all to a special event

July 10, 2017 by  

Vallejo sits in the heart of California wine country, and a local winery has planned an event that will celebrate its close connection to its Italian heritage.

The V. Sattui Winery has [Read more]

Set sail for the pirate-themed fun in Vallejo

June 3, 2017 by  

Pirates have been spotted heading towards Vallejo, but there is no need for anyone to worry as it will all be in good fun.

The city will be hosting the Northern California Pirate Festival, which is a two-day celebration of life on the high seas. There will be live entertainment, a special area full of age-appropriate activities for the kids, a huge variety of food to choose from, a vendors’ area and much more. Both paid and free parking are available, and tickets for those age 12 and over have been priced at $12 each. Anyone 11 and under will be admitted free of charge, and pets are not permitted.

The after-hours party, which has been dubbed ‘The Buccaneer’s Bash’, is open to those age 18 and over. Both food and drinks will be served, and there will be plenty of live music and other fun to enjoy as well. Passes for this portion of the festival can be purchased for $15 each, and they can also be combined with the general festival tickets. A local printer can produce customized branded promotional drinkware that can be used during a function such as this.

This weekend of nautical fun has been planned for June 17 and 18 at 298 Mare Island Way in Petaluma. More information, and an opportunity to purchase passes ahead of time can be found on the festival’s website.

Vallejo residents invited to come out and run

May 2, 2017 by  

An event has been planned for the Vallejo area that will give people a chance to show their support for a local natural area that has been describes as being one of the area’s hidden jewels.

The Lynch Canyon Trail Run and Community Hike will be back for its 10th year, and everyone is welcome to join in the fun spirit of the day. Participants can [Read more]

Vallejo reaches out to anime fans

April 11, 2017 by  

Anime and manga are two popular art forms in Japan, and Vallejo fans of this style of drawing are invited to hone their skills during a new class.

Those who participate in [Read more]

Vallejo children invited to a day of fishing fun

March 9, 2017 by  

The Greater Vallejo Recreation District and the Vallejo Rotary Club will be joining forces to host the annual Fishing in the City event.

The day will feature an [Read more]

Vallejo workshop to highlight customer service

February 12, 2017 by  

Managers and employees who work on the front lines of customer service can have a big impact on a company’s bottom line, and during an upcoming Vallejo workshop, participants will learn how to make sure it is a positive one.

Customer service expert Holly Stiel will be facilitating the [Read more]

Vallejo to host family expo

January 16, 2017 by  

Having a baby can be wonderful yet difficult time for new parents, and an upcoming Vallejo event will showcase all the local area has to offer that can make their job a whole [Read more]

Vallejo chamber of Commerce to welcome new Board members

December 23, 2016 by  

The Vallejo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an event to welcome its 2017 Board of Directors into their new positions.

The chamber’s 142nd annual installation dinner will [Read more]

Hike to give sneak peek into Vallejo area wildlife

November 14, 2016 by  

An upcoming event will take place in the lands adjoining Vallejo that will give people an insight into the wildlife that calls the King-Swett Ranches home.

Solano Land docents will lead the participants through the area, which is normally closed to the public. As they go, they will provide details about the different birds and other animals that can be found in the area.

Those who wish to take part will be asked to meet before the hike begins and then carpool up to the trailhead. The route for the hike will be between four to six miles. Brochures that give more details about the wildlife that may be encountered can be given to each person who participates

While all ages are welcome to participate, those who are thinking of coming out are reminded that the terrain can be somewhat difficult and the event may not be suitable for everyone. The organizers wish to further remind the participants that they may encounter poison oak, sticky plants, and sharp thorns along the way. Since the area is a working cattle ranch, it was also pointed out that people may encounter cattle, and dogs are not permitted.

The hike will be held on December 3. Anyone who wishes to take part is asked to register ahead of time. They are expected to arrive at 9:00 am at the Park and Ride lot located where McGary Road, American Canyon Road, and Hiddenbrooke Parkway meet.

Vallejo to get a sneak peek into engineering

October 27, 2016 by  

Those who are considering a career in marine engineering are invited to come to an event that will provide them with information about all that Vallejo’s Cal Maritime has to offer them.

The Engineering Preview Day will [Read more]

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