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Dinner Celebrating the Centennial of Connolly Ranch

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Connolly Ranch will celebrate 100 years at their annual Dinner at the Ranch benefit on Saturday, October 7. To pay tribute to this centennial anniversary, Dinner at the Ranch will feature Prohibition-era cocktails, speakeasy games.  Connolly Ranch is a rich reminder of Napa’s agricultural past. Peggy Connolly and her family moved to their Napa farmhouse 100 years ago in the fall of 1917, and the ranch has been a vital source of community, farm-based education for the past 25 years.

At Connolly Ranch, kids and families learn about farm life, the role of animals, ecology, sustainability, and an appreciation for nature. We teach organic gardening, the sources and benefits of healthy foods and knowledge of how nature works to sustain us. Connolly Ranch supports a diverse community with visiting each year through field trips, family classes, events, early childhood programs, seasonal camps and open farm days. In Peggy’s will, Connolly donated the property to the Land Trust of Napa County in order to preserve the 13-acre farm.

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The Latest Data On San Francisco Bay Area Home Sales

San Francisco Bay Area Home Sales Lowest for a July in Six Years; Median Sale Price Dips Below June’s Record, but Still Up Year Over Year

New data released today by CoreLogic® shows a total of 7,534 new and resale houses and condominiums sold in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Santa Clara, San Francisco*, San Mateo, Solano and Sonoma counties in July 2017, down 17.3 percent month over month from 9,114 sales in June 2017** and down 2.6 percent year over year from 7,737 sales in July 2016. July 2017 sales were the lowest for the month of July since 2011 when 7,014 homes sold. Since 1988, the average change in sales between June and July is a decline of 6 percent. July sales have ranged from a low of 6,666 in 1995 to a high of 14,258 in 2004, and July 2017 sales were 17.9 percent below the July average of 9,181 sales since 1988 when data for this report begins (data start dates vary by county). (more…)

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