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Aging In Place Gets Easier With Carquinez Village Project

Benicia’s Carquinez Village Project, a neighbor-to-neighbor support network that includes transportation, programs and services, and a social network for aging seniors to age in place, launches in the first quarter of 2017.

From Plein Air To Studio, Nikki Basch Davis’ New Painting Style

Benicia’s Nikki Basch Davis, who began creating art in town 27 years ago as a plein air painter, recently began a studio practice for a change of pace. Her new work is being shown at the Benicia Library art gallery in June and July 2016.

Polished and riveted airstreams showcased by Avalon RV

Olive Oil Tasting, Food, Music, Wine And More At Tiny Mankas Corner

Food, wine, live music and more are packed into Fairfield’s Mankas Corner, making it an viable stop for visitors.

Fun & Interesting Options For Benicia’s Kids This Summer

Italian Renaissance Festival Brings Family Fun To Vallejo

Carnevale Fantastico, a high-art, family friendly Italian Renaissance Festival, returns to Vallejo’s Blue Rock Springs Park, May 14 & 15, 2016.

New Gallery Adds To Benicia’s Arsenal Of Art

The new HQ Gallery at the Arsenal, opening May 7 for Artist Open Studios weekend, is located at the entrance of the area known as an artist’s haven, where there are many live-work artist studios. The gallery will show the works of local painters and artists working in other mediums.

Benicia Arsenal “Ground Zero” For Artist Open Studios

With A 22-year long legacy of 70+ artists opening their private studios to the public, Arts Benicia launches its biggest event of the year May 7-8. A map of the studios, some of which are live-work, is available at Arts Benicia in the lower Arsenal.

Dinner Theatre And Magic Combine In Martinez

The Martinez California Magic Dinner Theatre is a hidden Bay Area Gem comprised of dinner theater, a magic shop, comedy club and historical museum, a shrine to all things magical.

Specialty Area Nurseries Help Homeowners Meet Landscape Goals

The San Francisco Bay Area has many specialty garden centers and nurseries offer a wide variety of plants, shrubs, trees and more to help homeowners meet their goals in creating gardens, incuding drought tolerant, butterfly and bee gardens, food forests and more.