Events | 2021

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August 27, 28, 29

Her Story in America: Local Art Show and Performance Celebrates Influential American Women
Exhibit celebrates the ratification of the 19th Amendment - which gave all women the right to vote in the US over one hundred years ago - and raises funds to elevate women’s voices in the voting process
Friday, August 27, 4 to 7 p.m.
Opening exhibit of 45 portraits by women artists of prominent female politicians, authors, scientists, activists, performers, and athletes over the last 150 years. A video with clips and photos of important figures from the women's movement will also be on view. (The exhibit is free; donations accepted at the door.)

Saturday, August 28, noon to 5 p.m.
Exhibit continues. Between 2 and 4 p.m., musical tributes featuring a women's French horn quintet followed by a jazz quintet will be performed on the lawn. Admission is $25, with proceeds benefiting the League of Women Voters of Napa County.

Sunday, August 29, noon to 5 p.m.

Exhibit continues. (Free; donations accepted at the door)

For more about the show, please visit the
Her Story in America website  |  herstoryinamerica.org

Saturday, August 28, noon to 5 p.m.
Ticket price $25.00
Saturday Tickets ...

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Unreturn’d: An Englishwoman’s Love for Walt Whitman

Gilchrist and Whitman
In the early 1870s. Anne Gilchrist, an educated English writer, began corresponding with Walt Whitman after he sent her his grateful admiration for a glowing magazine article she wrote, “An Englishwoman’s Estimate of Walt Whitman.” When she set sail for Philadelphia in 1876, she was passionately in love with the poet, though the two had never met face-to-face. Drawing on their actual letters interspersed with imagined scenes of their dramatic encounters (by John Sullivan), this play in three short acts explores the unusual friendship that developed between the besotted Gilchrist and the reticent (and presumably homosexual) Whitman. Presented reader’s-theater style, with interludes of songs set to Whitman poems by Ned Rorem and Leonard Bernstein (and sung by Eileen Hunt and Ted von Pohle), “Unreturn’d” sheds light on a poignant relationship marked by acceptance, understanding, and magnanimity.

Rescheduled Date to Be Announced
Ticket price $30.00

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Hollywood Comes to St. Helena
(or, We Have a Barn, Let’s Put on a Show!)

Hollywood Come to St. Helena
Travel in time to Rick’s Americain Café, Catfish Row, and Paris to hear music from the movies “Casablanca,” “Porgy & Bess,” “An American in Paris,” and “Gigi.” Singers Eileen Hunt, Patti Coyle, Ted von Pohle, and Joe Pesch will revive the haunting melodies “The Very Thought of You,” “As Time Goes By,” “I Got Rhythm,” “It Ain't Necessarily So,” and “The Night They Invented Champagne,” accompanied by pianist Terry Winn, cellist Jeffrey Johnson and guitarist Ron Brunswick. Plus film clips and narration by Burke Owens will put you in a sentimental mood.

Rescheduled Date to Be Announced
Ticket price $30.00