Start your week with a Chaplin masterpiece, celebrate the 130th anniversary of a local landmark, rock out to help raise money for Haiti relief — pace yourself, there’s a lot to do in Napa County! You can find complete listings online in the Master Arts and Culture Calendar, brought to you by Arts Council Napa Valley at www.nvarts.org:
Jan. 25: The St. Helena Public Library presents the classic silent comedy “The Little Tramp,” in which Charlie Chaplin battles it out with technology, unemployment, jail and demanding customers. Known as Chaplin’s last silent film, this film is anything but—from the opening notes of the rich score (composed by Chaplin himself) to the first and last time the star’s voice is heard on screen. The film was deemed “culturally significant” by the Library of Congress in 1989 and selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. 7 p.m., free: 1492 Library Lane, St. Helena, (707) 963-5244.