Sonoma Valley business news, April 26

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Morton’s: The cafe at Morton’s Warm Springs recreational resort will reopen for the summer on Saturday, May 4. The café serves seasonal, organic food and coffee poolside Fridays through Sundays in June, July and August, and Saturdays and Sundays only in May and September. 1651 Warm Springs Road in Glen Ellen. mortonswarmsprings.com

Surplus sale: The next Surplus Sale at the Sonoma Developmental Center has been postponed to May 4, still from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Furniture, kitchen equipment, art, and more, most priced at $1. 15000 Arnold Drive.

End of an era: Le Melange Academy of Hair on Coombs Street, Napa’s only cosmetology school, has closed due to the death of its owner.

Job fair: Interested in hiring a teen this summer or employing a recent grad? The Sonoma Valley Youth Job Fair at is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Sonoma Valley High School on Monday, April 29. Register by emailing [email protected]

Sushi classes: Ed Metcalfe, formerly of Shiso Sushi, is offering culinary sushi classes at Séamus Winery in Kenwood. 8910 Sonoma Highway.

Development opportunity: The property at 19410-19430 Sonoma Highway next to Napa Auto Parts is approved for a use permit to construct 12 apartments and two live/work units. The .68 acre lot is for sale for $1.6 million. The listing agent is Keller Williams.

Free training: Sonoma Valley Community Health Center is offering a tuition-free clinical medical assistant training class. Only a high school diploma or GED is required. To learn more, attend an info session at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 16.

Good idea: Whitney Farris of 4D Ultrasound of Napa Valley, Aileen Savage Photography, who specializes in newborn photography and the Napa Valley Midwives have joined forces to create a space called “Baby Central” on Clay Street in Napa. Let us know of any similar cooperatives forming in Sonoma.

Honor: The 2019 Sonoma County Barrel Auction will honor Margo Van Staaveren of Chateau St. Jean.

New board member: Juan Hernandez III, executive director of La Luz, has joined the Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation Board of Directors.

Top city: CarRentals.com published its list of “20 Most Unique Cities to Visit in Your 20s” and Sonoma made the list at No. 3. Read more at www.carrentals.com/blog/dont-turn-30-without-visiting-these-20-unique-destinations.

New doctor: Dr. Paul Roache has opened an orthopedic practice in Sonoma specializing in arthroscopic shoulder surgery for rotator cuff injury. Roache is board-certified in both orthopedic surgery and orthopedic sports medicine. His office is at 651 First St. W. shouldereduction.com.

Pop up: Reclaimed Antiques is hosting a Pop-up Spring Market from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 4. More than 20 vendors will sell furniture, art, collectibles, jewelery, tools, home goods, outdoor items, garden decor, plants, etc. SonomaReclaimed.com

Winemaker face time: Bohemian Highway, the wine tour company headed by Nigel Weekes and Allyson Wiley, is now offering a customizable day spent with a local winemaker as your host. Learn more about Winemaker For A Day at bohohwy.com

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