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National Arts Education Month: Inspiring Your Young Wine Country Artist

National Arts Education Month: Inspiring Your Young Wine Country Artist

The month of March is National Arts Education Month. And fortunately for us living in Wine Country, we are surrounded by the arts. Parks and wineries showcase majestic sculptures, while coffee shops, restaurants, and even hospitals display works by local artists. Whether at a brewery, farmer’s market, or festival, we are able to find live […]

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5 Innovative STEAM Activities that Every Kid Will Love

5 Innovative STEAM Activities that Every Kid Will Love

What is STEAM and why is it important? STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Incorporating art and creativity into learning these subjects has transitioned STEM into STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.) STEM occupations are in high demand, with computer occupations projected to see the highest growth. In fact, computer […]

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January Events Round-Up:: The Very Best Things to Do in Wine Country

January Looks Like a Lot of Fun! Are you ready for 2018? Because 2018 is SO SO ready for you. 2018 is ready for recovery, for hope, and for community. Check out the amazing events local friends and businesses have put together to make your January fun and restorative.  Jan 1st- New Year's at Breathless [...]
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How a Thank You Note Made Me More Thankful

Today I received a thank you note from a woman who lost everything in the Wine Country fires. Minutes before receiving her thank you note, it struck me how tired I was and that my body was literally aching from lack of sleep. This fatigue had caused me to spend very little time with my […]

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Your Complete Guide to Wine Country Farmers Markets for 2017

Wine Country takes food seriously as seriously as they take their wine, and it goes way beyond pairing the perfect cheese and salumi with the right local Zin. Are you looking to enjoy our local bounty and connect to purveyors who honor the slow food movement? Perhaps you’d just enjoy a chance to grab some fresh […]

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