Bodega Wine Shipping: Bodega Wine Shipping has closed its 750 W. Napa St. location across from the public library. The company still has other Napa Valley locations. bodegashippingco.com.
Follow Santa Rosa’s lead? Santa Rosa’s City Council quickly and unanimously agreed to reduce, waive or refund several assorted business fees at its final meeting of 2020. The changes are meant to cut minor costs for struggling small businesses, especially downtown restaurants and physical fitness centers and instructors. It will waive some fees and refund others. Read more at tinyurl.com/y8hlp584.
Move: Harvest Chiropractic has moved from 651 First St. W. to the Broadway Plaza center next to Train Town at 1260 B Broadway. The office practitioners include Joseph A. Ercolini, Shanelle N. Furner and Jamie Buehler (who joined the team in September.) Learn more at harvestchiro.com.
‘Unfair’ rules: The trade group representing California craft breweries has sued Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state’s public health officer alleging that the July requirement that brewery customers buy a meal before they could consume beer was discriminatory. California Craft Brewers Association filed the lawsuit Thursday in federal court in Los Angeles, claiming the food requirement imposed on breweries, but not wineries, violated the equal protection clause under the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. None of the roughly 30 Sonoma County breweries have closed during the pandemic, but two local beer taprooms that didn’t serve food did shut their doors, according to a Press Democrat report.
G3: The G3 (Gather, Grow and Go) women’s conference group has created a new 2021 Women’s Circle. “There hasn’t been a more important time to reset, reframe and refocus our intentions and energy,” says co-founder Michelle Dale. The intention is “to foster a community of women who are committed to taking time for themselves, in an effort to renew their sense of purpose and realign with their values.” The circle is an eight-part series of virtual interactive engagements, led by women who are experts in their respective fields, and will focus on topics that “ignite inspiration and cultivate connections.” The sessions will focus on Health & Wellness, Financial Growth, Professional Growth, Goal Setting & Values, Grief & Healing, Family & Friend Relationships, Stress Management & Balance, Navigating the Virtual World, and Communication & Connection. Visit g3sonoma.com for more information.
Tyge Cellars space taken over by Harrow Cellars: The Barn at Harrow Cellars is the new name of the former Tyge Wiliiams tasting room at Cornerstone. Winemaker Angelina Mondavi is overseeing all the vineyards and winery operations within Sonoma’s Best Hospitality Group, which includes Cornerstone, Georgette, Dirty Girl Donuts, Cottage Inn and Spa and Sonoma’s Best Modern Mercantile, according to the Harrow website. Harrow Cellars will eventually have its home base at the former Ravenswood site once it is ready to function as a production facility and wine tasting room.
Honor: Congratulations to Camila Matthews, who was named Bolt Staffing’s Employee of the Year. Bolt is located at 955 Broadway.
Another Honor: Tito Sasaki has won the distinguished service award from the California Farm Bureau. Sasaki is a Sonoma Valley grape grower who began farming after a successful career in engineering and quantum mechanics. He served as the president of the Sonoma County Farm Bureau, becoming a board member particularly involved in local and statewide water issues.
More Honor: At its Nov. 18 board meeting, the directors of the League for Historic Preservation voted to recognize two of its members for their outstanding service to the League: Gina Cuclis and Robert Baumann.
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