St. Helena is a city located in Napa County, California. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 5,950.
Ellen White, co-founder of Seventh-day Adventism, had a home called Elmshaven near St. Helena, beginning in 1900. She died there in 1915 and the site is now a National Historic Landmark.
Web Sites and Links
City of St. HelenaOfficial city website with departments and board, services and events, news and views.
Grace Episcopal Church, St. HelenaFeatures parish news, outreach ministries, information on Alpha course and building project. Includes sermons in audio format.
LEF FoundationGroup supporting the creation and presentation of contemporary work in the fields of visual art, performing art, new media, literary art, architecture and design. History, guidelines, funding deadlines, and contact details.
Montessori Family CenterSt. Helena, CA
Playground at Crane ParkThis site tells of how and where they can take their children to enjoy a new and exciting public playground.
St. Helena Chamber of CommerceInformation for visitors including lodging, wineries, restaurants, shopping, transportation, and a business directory.
St. Helena Star Online EditionA weekly newspaper with content based on Napa Valley's wine industry and local St. Helena news. Published in the heart of the Napa Valley since 1874.
Sunrise StablesProvides horse boarding and riding lessons. Includes biographies of their horses.
Taxi CabernetProvides transportation service in the Napa Valley. Services, price list, and information about tours.