Visitor Center Volunteers Needed
The Geyserville Visitor Center needs a few more volunteers for short shifts at our Visitor Center next to Bosworth’s store. There is a small museum with interesting Geyserville artifacts, plus information on local businesses. Volunteers help direct tourists to local points of interest and answer simple questions about Geyserville and the surrounding area. Won’t you consider volunteering for a few hours? Shifts are flexible.
To volunteer, or for more info, contact Cosette at 857-3356 or email her at
Geyserville – Business Development Group Meeting
NEXT MEETING Wednesday, September 27th
Meetings Always the last Wednesday of the Month
There’s lots happening for Geyserville.
We’re getting a new website & $2.1 Million in infrastructure improvement funds!
Get our next business group meeting on your calendar.
We need your input on imagery and concepts for promoting Geyserville.
The new web presence will have two distinct addresses linked together.
There will be a “Visit Geyserville” Website & a Geyserville Chamber Website
What We Know So Far Is We Don’t Want A Generic Hospitality Website
We want to paint an original portrait of why we love Geyserville.
What’s great about Geyserville from your perspective?
Personal and/or Business Wise
Bring Your Thoughts and Ideas for Imagery To Tell Our Story
And then we have the big news from our County Supervisor of $2.1 million dollars in funding for Geyserville infrastructure improvement – put that into your thinking cap!
Geyserville has big beautiful parks and tiny “jurassic” parks, we’ve got Michelin Bib Gourmand and we’ve got local quick fried chicken to go……we’ve got tractors and we’ve got Tesla’s……..we’ve got cool original old buildings and we’ve got re-imagined new old buildings……Geyserville has Richard Serra Sculptures, tapestries by Chuck Close and Dragon’s in front yards……We’ve got Big Name wineries, We’ve got Family and One Man Wineries……We have truffle dogs downtown and we’ve got chickens downtown…..we’ve got fancy swimming holes and we’ve got trail rides……….
Sincerely, Dallas Saunders, Chairperson
Geyserville Business Development Group, Geyserville Chamber of Commerce
Geyserville Chamber Monthly
Always the 2nd Tuesday of the Month
October through May
Reservations by mail or online
$26 per person
Dinners are prepared by and benefit local non-profit groups
Menus and Reservations Available on
of the month prior to the dinner
More details available online under the specific month’s listing
Look under: The Chamber–Memberships/Dinners/Payments
Don’t miss out on this chance to network and meet other chamber members and
involved folks in our community!
Mail your reservations check and specify month to:
Geyserville Chamber of Commerce
P O Box 276
Geyserville, CA 95441
MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY!
This event is free, but please bring a non-perishable food item
(tuna, peanut butter, canned soups & chili, rice & dried beans, cereal,
canned fruits or vegetables, or granola bars)
We will collect them in our Redwood Empire Food Bank barrel,
or if you prefer we will have envelopes on hand
2017 Geyserville Tree Lighting & Tractor Parade
is Saturday, November 25th. SAVE THE DATE!
THERE WILL ONCE AGAIN BE A COMPLETE ROAD CLOSURE IN GEYSERVILLE FOR THE DURATION OF THE PARADE. PLEASE PASS THE WORD.
2017 Geyserville Tree Lighting & Lighted Tractor Parade is Saturday, November 25th!
We would still like volunteers to help on the afternoon before and the day and night of the parade, and volunteers to join the singing around the Christmas Tree in the plaza. Please contact Karen at 857-1728.
Our emcee for the evening will be:
Click Images OR links above for a Printable Entry Form or Flyers
Geyserville’s 2017 Lighted Tractor Parade will be Saturday, November 25th, from 5:00-8:00 pm–the parade is scheduled to start 6:30pm. Santa & Mrs. Claus will again make an appearance before the parade. They will arrive at their temporary workshop in the Park & Ride Plaza near the Christmas tree beginning at 5:00pm (before the start of the parade). For best viewing the parade takes place after dark and will begin around 6:30. Downtown shops and restaurants will be open special hours before, during, and after the parade for your convenience. Reservations are recommended for dining. There will be chili and cornbread available at the firehouse for $5 or an unwrapped toy donation. There will be hot dogs available at the Odd Fellows.
For those who don’t mind a bit of a walk, parking will be available at the High School (Moody Lane) and Oriental Community Hall (the corner of Moody Lane and Hwy. 128). You can drop off family members in town and park in these two locations. There will also be limited parking in the PG& E lot across from the fire station. Their gates will be unlocked and open until 10pm only.
For parade entry information, please contact Karen at North County Properties: 857-1728.