The Santa Maria Valley is located in the heart of the Pacific Flyway, the path that migrating birds follow along the Pacific coastline of the United States and Mexico.
After spending their formative years traveling and studying terroir and techniques, Municipal Winemakers is now working hard to make honest, interesting, and delicious wines. They do this with love—carefully and slowly. Their varietals include: Bright White – A bone-dry Riesling Sweetness – A sweet little Riesling Pale Pink – A rose made from Grenache and Cinsault […]
Los Flores Ranch Park
An open space area in Santa Maria Valley, offering environmental education, land preservation and recreation. The land offers hiking, equestrian and biking trails with guided tours and events offered year-round. There are many animals that visitors can enjoy including donkeys, goats and others that you can feed! Equestrians, birders, mountain bikers and hikers enjoy the […]
San Ramon Chapel
Rolling vineyards and picturesque countryside are the setting for the San Ramon Chapel, a century-old church and cemetery where many of the area’s earliest settlers are at rest. Sunday services are still held weekly.
Santa Maria Wine Trolley comes to the Santa Maria Valley!
Explore our wineries in style! The Wine Trolley route takes approximately 75 minutes and takes you to our amazing wineries.The wine trolley will run Saturdays and Sundays, and run every 75 minutes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting at Town Center West. The wine trolley will also run one additional route from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., but will […]
PCPA Presents: Fences
August Wilsonʼs Pulitzer and Tony Award winning masterpiece will swing onto the Marian Theatre stage in this gripping family drama about Troy Maxson, a former star of the Negro baseball leagues who now works as a garbage man in 1957 Pittsburgh. As a black man excluded from the major leagues during his prime, Troy’s inner […]
The Phantom of the Melodrama
In an effort to be taken seriously as a “legitimate theatre,” the Melodrama decides to produce the most famous musical of all time, The Phantom of the Opera. But things go awry when off-stage drama, bad luck, and a mysterious figure derail the production. With a colorful cast of characters, hysterical song parodies, and witty […]
Annual Los Alamos Old Days
The Los Alamos Old Days Celebration is held each year to honor, preserve and celebrate the town’s authentic Western heritage. Highlights of the weekend celebration include free entertainment, two-day Peddlers Mart, and Sunday morning’s Greatest Little Small Town Parade! The 2017 celebration will take place on September 22nd-24th on Bell Street in Downtown Los Alamos.