Here's a quick update about things here at The Palms: the possible sale
of the building we're in (the Winters Opera House) did not happen. We should
note that the building is a separate ball of wax from the business; the
building was for sale, not The Palms. Right now we're taking a little hiatus
while we assess our options, and will keep you posted. Many thanks again to
everybody for your support and encouragement.
OUTLET IN WOODLAND
Watermelon Music is a terrific musical accessory/rentals/sheet
music store which opened it's second store in Woodland last August,(their
primary store located in Downtown Davis) Over the years we’ve had a
terrific relationship working with Watermelon Music as they have helped us
out quite generously in finding musical instruments and equipment, as well
as with repairs. Most of the staff are experienced musicians and all are
great at customer service-a professionally run store with none of the usual
music store attitude. The Woodland store is managed by Ted Vega. The
store is located in the heart of downtown Woodland, a block west of the
Woodland Opera House on the north side of the street.
The address is:
Watermelon Music; 527 Main Street; Woodland, CA 95695
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm.
Heidrick Ag History Museum no longer Palms Ticket outlet
The Heidrick Ag History Museum, decided they wanted to focus more on
their main mission and decided they no longer wanted to continue selling our
tickets. We thank them for doing such a nice job over the past couple
years in serving our Woodland area customers
The Palms has a new email address:
PALMS DOCUMENTARY PROJECT
Davis documentary filmmaker, Alvin
Remmers' film project on the closing of the Palms
Playhouse in Davis.
The biggest news for the
Palms in its 27 year history is that in September, 2002, it moved from the old
barn in Davis to the Winters Opera House in Winters California. See
pictures of the Winters Opera House & a map
to its new home.
THE OLD BARN. HELLO TO WINTERS
Read The Palms
Letter to its Fronds.