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From Army Base Closure to Thriving Industrial Park

The sale of the Benicia Arsenal to the City sparked the transition to the current Benicia Industrial Park.

Merging Innovation, Collaboration and Hands-on Learning

Now in its third year, Benicia Maker Faire joins other Maker movements across the world in taking innovation out of the exclusive realm of tech companies and empowering the minds of creative individuals and visionaries within communities.

Bay Area Estate Attorney Offers Free Pet Directive

For pet owners who want to insure their pets are optimally cared for in the case of death or incapacity, a free pet directive is available online.

Mixed media artworks light up The Rellik’s brick gallery wall

Benicia Community Gardens takes a wider aim at with its new name, Sustainable Solano

From Texas to Benicia, a camel caravan arrived for military operations

A delightful holiday event for kids and their teddy bears

The annual Camellia Tea Room is holding their formal “Teddy Bear Tea” at the Benicia restaurant with three seatings December 3 & 4.

Arts Benicia’s December 2016 Exhibit, The Art Of The Toy

Using the toy as art or a vehicle for the imagination, the Arts Benicia December 2016 exhibit promises to be interesting and thought-provoking.

Benicia Arsenal Painter and Photographer Mark Eanes

Mark Eanes explores the concept of layering, fueled by his travels, in his expressive mixed media paintings and photography.

Wonderful Bird Watching Opportunities In Benicia

The Pacific Flyway, a major north-south migratory bird route from Alaska to Patagonia, runs through the Suisun Marsh adjacent to Benicia, CA. The San Francisco Bay Area is the largest stopover along the route, so bird watching is rich with opportunity to see more than 200 bird species, including scaups, falcons, kestrels, western meadow larks, herons, pelicans and marsh wrens.