Goat yoga, Freixenet leaving Broadway, spa news and more

Goat yoga: Charlie’s Acres animal rescue center on Napa Road is now offering Goat Yoga (and the sheep seem intrigued, as well, says founder Tracy Vogt). To join in, message the farm animal sanctuary on Facebook.

Adios Freixenet: Freixenet, a leading producer of Spanish sparkling wines, has occupied the building at 967 Broadway for more than a decade. According to commercial real estate agent Isaac Raboy, Freixinet’s lease is up at the end of the year and they have already moved the staff that occupied the building back to their winery, Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards. The Broadway space is now available.

Fig garage sale: Sondra Bernstein is hosting her long-planned garage/yard sale in her Suite D catering space with assorted catering items, random furniture, china, decor, vases and more from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17 and Sunday, Oct. 18. Cash only. 21800 Schellville Road.

New sign at new business on East Napa St.
New sign at new business on East Napa St.

New signage: The new dog boutique Woof! on East Napa Street has a new sign designed by Lori Winter and created by Bob Sanders.

Spa news: The Three Sages is a new “comprehensive in-room restorative wellness program” at Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa. Three Sages offers guests “an opportunity to unwind and reset through complimentary yoga, stretching, breath-work, mindfulness and sleep practices, all available on the in-room entertainment system, from the comfort of your hotel room.” Learn more at

Closing: Chateau Sonoma will be open from noon to 5 p.m. at its Cornerstone location for only two more weekends before Sarah Anderson consolidates operations on the Plaza. Only two weekends left so head out there for a visit. Everything is up to 50 percent off.

Learn to Zoom: Sonoma Community Center members are being offered a free class in “How to Zoom” starting on Oct. 17 through 24 with Nicole Abaté Ducarroz. The classes will be located on the patio of the Community Center with separate tables for each participant, spaced more than 6 feet apart. Participants must bring their own laptop, iPad, or smartphone (multiple devices are welcome).

Cafe Citti in Kenwood. File photo.(Jeff Kan Lee/ The Press Democrat)
Cafe Citti in Kenwood. File photo.(Jeff Kan Lee/ The Press Democrat)

Closing: Luca and Linda Citti of Kenwood’s Cafe Citti are closing their restaurant in Kenwood after 30 years and relocating to a new location in Santa Rosa, where they will offer takeout only. The Citti team will occupy space next door to Hank’s Creekside at 2792 4th St.

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