400 C St.
Williams, CA 95987
Phone: (530) 473-2381
Fax: (530) 473-2418
400 C St., Williams, CA, US, 95987
- Phone: (530) 473-2381
- Fax: (530) 473-2418
A small unincorporated community, Stonyford is located in the Colusa County, just on the outskirts of the Mendocino National Forest. Founded as Smithville, after John L. Smith a prominent figure in the emergence of the Colusa County, this town saw prosperity as a mill town in the early 1800s. In 1890, H.C. Stilwell changed the name of the town to Stonyford, and made major changes to the community’s layout. Today, Stonyford is a quiet little community, offering visitors a break from chaotic city lives and a chance to get acquainted with nature. Do see the website to know more about Stonyford’s history.
A traditional Chinese Temple in the city of Marysville, California, it was built in the year 1854, five years after the first contingent of Chinese immigrants arrived in California to work the goldmines during the California Gold Rush. The Temple houses Bok Kai, the God of water, having said to have control over the rains. The original temple was destroyed by fire and was replaced in the year 1880. The temple is the only one in the nation housing this God. It hosts an annual festival and parade in spring. It is open for visits at other times, but needs prior arrangements. Check website for more information.
Connecting Ukiah, Lakeport, and Clearlake, this public transit operates normally Monday through Friday, excluding Holidays, from approximately 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Yolo Branch Library dates back to the year 1918 and has been serving the community of Yolo for a fairly long time. It stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1990. The library includes a wide range of resourceful books and volumes. Check website for details.
The Woodland Public Library is touted to be one of the few foremost libraries that are still extant. This Mission Revival building was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and continues to serve the region with its excellent collection of books and reference materials.
Downtown Woodland Historic District is located in Woodland, California and is spread over 370 acres (149 hectares). It is a historical landmark in California and has iconic buildings like Hotel Woodland, Porter Building, Woodland Opera House, Woodland Public Library, and Jackson Building. It got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 22, 1999.
Formerly known as the Southern Pacific Depot, the Chico Amtrak Station is a station used by the passengers who travel through railroad. Featuring public restrooms, waiting rooms that are enclosed, public pay phones, free parking areas, etc. the station consisted of 30 passengers daily. Currently the station also houses the Chico Art Center which helps the community in preserving the art of the society.
The Davis Bike Club is a club for passionate cyclists. It is a non-profit organization, formed to support and encourage all kinds of riders. Its members comprise commuters, racers and touring cyclists. Moreover, it also has its own race team called the DCB Race Team. The riders meet regularly to race, tour, train or simply take fun rides. Popular cycling races like the Davis Criterium Classic take place each year in downtown Davis. For race schedules, bicycle rentals, shops, sponsors, events and more, just log on to the website.
Heron Technologies has certified technicians who can repair IBM clones and Macintosh computers. The technicians have the capability of building computers, as well, "from the ground up" to exact customer specifications. Dealing with more than 20 wholesalers in California, the staff usually can build to specification with non-proprietary parts in two or three days. It also carries diverse software including games, and perhaps the largest selection of computer cables in Davis.
The CIA's (Culinary Institute of America) West Coast campus resides in the former home of the Christian Brothers winery—an imposing three-story building over a hundred years old. This is a masters-level training center for working, certified chefs. Visitors can take part in cooking demonstrations and sample the chef's creation. Visit the website for demonstration times and days. CIA's Campus Store stocks an impressive supply of cookware and cookbooks for the serious cook. You may also want to dine at the campus Wine Spectator Greystone restaurant—the view of St. Helena from the terrace is grand.
For budding musicians from 10 to 18 years of age who are keen on making it on stage as a member of a rock band, enroll for summer sessions at RockBand University. Known as "Davis's Official School of Rock", the institute gives a chance for budding musicians to rehearse, jam and perform with other artists on stage. This institute is a perfect place for students to start off with their careers in music. Apart from training, the RockBand University also serves as a venue for concerts.