After battling wildfires for several days in mid-October, Napa Valley’s towns, resorts, restaurants, wineries and activities are now open for business and ready to ring in the holidays with their usual festive cheer. Coinciding with the height of Cabernet season (November through April), Napa Valley is hosting several events to get both visitors and locals in the holiday spirit.

Your clients can herald in the beginning of the holidays at the Lighting of the Christmas Tree ceremony or the Annual Christmas Parade both held in downtown Napa. They can also hop on Napa Valley Wine Train’s Santa Train, where both children and adults can enjoy a trip through the area led by Santa himself and complete with games, sing-alongs, hot cocoa, freshly baked cookies, and a cast of holiday-inspired characters.

Other holiday events include the Napa Valley Wine Trolley’s Holiday Light Tours, the Napa Regional Dance Company’s production of “The Nutcracker,” special Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts at several resorts and restaurants across the valley, as well as New Year’s Eve dance parties, and much more.

For more information, including a full calendar of holiday season events, visit visitnapavalley.com.