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Meeting Time and Place 
Third Wednesday each month Noon social and 1:00 PM meeting
Location: Community Presbyterian Church Hall
1407 Third Street, Calistoga 94515

Annual Dues: $30.00

Initiation Fee: $10.00

 

Calistoga Parlor No. 145

Instituted April 15, 1905                       

Calistoga (Napa County)

The Parlor was named for the community in which it was organized. The name Calistoga was derived from the names "California" and "Saratoga."

The seal is a picture of the old White Church, which was the first church built in Napa County. Built in 1853, it was situated between St. Helena and Calistoga in what is now known as "Bothe Napa Valley State Park." It was located near the cemetery in which some of the descendants of the Donner Party are buried. The church was named for Asa G. White, a Methodist minister.