Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
InConcert Sierra: Special Performances-Alessio Bax @ Seventh-day Adventist Church
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 • 7pm “Mr. Bax, who counts a 2009 Avery Fisher Career Grant among his numerous awards and accolades, is worth getting excited about.”  — The New York Times Bio: Pianist Alessio Bax launched the 2014-15 season of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center as soloist in two Mozart piano concertos at Alice Tully Hall, one of many prominent collaborations with friends old and new around the world. He tours extensively throughout the fall with violinist Joshua Bell in the U.S. and Europe, including stops at L.A.’s Disney Hall (Oct 26) and London’s Wigmore Hall (Nov 21). He also tours the UK with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, performing Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto and Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 (Jan 29 –Feb 8). In the spring he reunites with the Southbank Sinfonia, performing Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini in London under the baton of legendary pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy (March 25). The ensemble previously collaborated with Bax on his recording of Mozart’s Piano Concertos K. 491 and K. 595, released by Signum Classics in 2013. This month marks the addition of Alessio Bax plays Beethoven to his distinguished discography; the new Signum Classics album features two of the master’s greatest sonatas, the “Hammerklavier” and “Moonlight,” as well as pair of Bax’s own transcriptions from The Ruins of Athens. Hailed by International Piano as “a pianist of refreshing depth,” Bax has discovered a natural musical kinship with Joshua Bell, one of the most famous violinists in the world today. The two toured five South American countries last season, winning over audiences and critics alike. The newspaper El País in Montevideo declared: “We dare say this was the best concert of the season; it will be very difficult to surpass the musical quality of these two magnificent musicians. … Alessio Bax was the revelation of the night. … [He] deserves to[...]
Mar 31 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City @ Miners Foundry
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City will be presented Tuesdays from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring Street, Nevada City. Ecstatic Dance in its most basic definition is free-form movement /dance inspired by music, allowing bodies to move freely without judgment or concern for the “grace” or beauty of the dance. This is the dance you dance when nobody is watching! This dance is an inner/outer journey of moving meditation. It develops a direct body-spirit connection, letting your body and inner guide be your teachers. It’s about being present with your own energy and discovering your own dance within using this movement and energetic experience to release stuck patterns in your body, emotions, mind and spirit. Because Movement is Our Medicine No Shoes, No Booze, Just Dance
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 3 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 4 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
Apr 7 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City @ Miners Foundry
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City will be presented Tuesdays from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring Street, Nevada City. Ecstatic Dance in its most basic definition is free-form movement /dance inspired by music, allowing bodies to move freely without judgment or concern for the “grace” or beauty of the dance. This is the dance you dance when nobody is watching! This dance is an inner/outer journey of moving meditation. It develops a direct body-spirit connection, letting your body and inner guide be your teachers. It’s about being present with your own energy and discovering your own dance within using this movement and energetic experience to release stuck patterns in your body, emotions, mind and spirit. Because Movement is Our Medicine No Shoes, No Booze, Just Dance
Finance Committee Meeting @ Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
Apr 8 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Executive Committee Meeting @ Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
Apr 10 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 10 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 11 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
Vivaldi Gloria @ Peace Lutheran Church
Apr 12 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Vivaldi Gloria @ Peace Lutheran Church
Vivaldi Gloria Known as the Red Priest by his contemporaries, Vivaldi’s music has triumphed throughout the centuries, captivating audiences for over 300 years. The Music in the Mountains Chorus presents his sublime choral masterpiece, in a program celebrating the breathtaking beauty of the voice.Sunday, April 12, 2015, 3pm Peace Lutheran Church, Grass Valley, CA Tickets on Sale Soon Program: Randall Stroope- An Die Fredue –  Widor- Organ Tocatta –  Palestrina- Sicut Cervus –  Bach Cantata 106  Intermission Michael Haydn- Laetatus Sum Durufle- Ubi Caritas  Vivaldi Gloria   The Soloists:  David Korn is honored to join Music in the Mountains as a soloist for the 2015 musical season.  Hailed by Seen and Heard International Opera Review as “…vocally and dramatically gifted”, Mr. Korn was the first male soprano to be a member of the Seattle Opera’s Young Artist Program where he sang the role of Miles, in their production of The Turn of the Screw and was praised by Opera Now for having “…a clearly focused sense of his unusual vocal personality” and for being “… dedicated to integrating singing technique with all other aspects of performance, from diction to physical presence”.  David also sang with the Seattle YAP as a guest artist as the Child in Ravel’s L’enfant et les Sortilèges. Mr. Korn debuted with The New York Philharmonic as the Shepherd Boy in Puccini’s Tosca under the baton of Lorin Mazel and made his Seattle Opera main stage debut as the second apparition in Verdi’s Macbeth.  He then returned to the Seattle opera in later seasons as Nireno in Handel’s Giulio Cesare under the baton of maestro Gary Wedow and as the shepherd boy in Puccini’s Tosca.  Other performances include Narciso in Handel’s Agrippina with the New York[...]
Apr 14 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City @ Miners Foundry
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City will be presented Tuesdays from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring Street, Nevada City. Ecstatic Dance in its most basic definition is free-form movement /dance inspired by music, allowing bodies to move freely without judgment or concern for the “grace” or beauty of the dance. This is the dance you dance when nobody is watching! This dance is an inner/outer journey of moving meditation. It develops a direct body-spirit connection, letting your body and inner guide be your teachers. It’s about being present with your own energy and discovering your own dance within using this movement and energetic experience to release stuck patterns in your body, emotions, mind and spirit. Because Movement is Our Medicine No Shoes, No Booze, Just Dance
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
Thursday, April 16th, Final Dress Rehearsal HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
Board of Directors Meeting @ Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
Apr 17 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Board of Directors Meeting @ Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
Monthly Board of Directors Meeting Closed Session: 7:30AM to 8:00AM Open Session: 8:00AM to 9:00AM All members of the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce are invited to attend the Open Session of the Board of Directors Monthly Meeting
Managing the Time of Your Life ….And Your Business @ Nevada County Contractors Association
Apr 17 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Apr 17 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
Friday, April 17th, Preview Performance HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 17 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
Apr 18 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
Saturday, April 18th, Opening Night with Gala Reception afterwards HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 18 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
Apr 19 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
InConcert Sierra Presents: Farallon Quintet @ Seventh-day Adventist Church
Apr 19 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
InConcert Sierra Presents: Farallon Quintet @ Seventh-day Adventist Church
Farallon Quintet The only professional chamber music group focused exclusively on the surprisingly abundant clarinet quintet repertoire Natalie Parker, clarinet • Dan Flanagan and Matthew Oshida, violin • Elizabeth Prior, viola • Jonah Kim, cello 2pm concert – 1:15 pre-concert forum with Dr. Aileen James $32 general; youth 5-17 free with adult Sponsored by Bea & Jerry Pressler Click Here for Venue Directions About the Farallon Quintet: The Farallon Quintet, founded in the summer of 2012, is a dynamic Bay Area ensemble and the only professional chamber music group focused exclusively on the clarinet quintet—string quartet plus clarinet—repertoire. In addition to playing the classics, the group seeks to perform rarely heard works as well as new music by living composers. With 159 existing clarinet quintets to choose from, the group offers diverse and engaging programs to the general public. In addition to formal concerts, the musicians look for opportunities to present informal educational programs at such venues as schools, hospitals, museums, and retirement communities. In the 2013-14 season, The Farallon Quintet will perform two world premiers—a commissioned work by Durwynne Hsieh and a new piece by Jay Sydeman. The ensemble is made up of leading Bay Area musicians—Natalie Parker, clarinet; Dan Flanagan and Matthew Oshida, violins; Elizabeth Prior, viola; Jonah Kim, cello—who are principal players in such orchestras as the San Francisco Ballet, Santa Rosa Symphony, Marin Symphony, Berkeley Symphony, Fremont Symphony, Modesto Symphony, and the Sacramento Philharmonic. The group takes its name from the Farallon Islands, located right off the coast of San Francisco. In addition to being a landmark location close to where the players live and work, its meaning—“pillar” or “steep rock” in Spanish—indicates the group’s vision to become an important “pillar” or “rock” in[...]
Ambassador Committee Meeting @ Atria Senior Living
Apr 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Ambassador Committee Meeting @ Atria Senior Living
        Dear Chamber Member, Thank you for your continued support of the Chamber and your Membership. As Chairperson of the Ambassador Committee, I would like to encourage you to consider becoming a member of our dynamic and active committee. If you are a business owner with employees and don’t feel that you personally have the time to become an Ambassador, consider encouraging one of your employees to represent your business with the Ambassador group. Why is this important? The benefits your business receives as a result of having a representative on our committee are endless, but here are just a few of our favorites: Development of leadership skills – Work with a dynamic diverse group to achieve Chamber goals to benefit your and other local businesses. Receive maximum exposure or participatory benefit- At each meeting the chamber CEOs report on what is currently in the planning stages for the chamber. This gives you the early opportunity to strategically position your business. Unique networking opportunities – Ambassadors enter every Mixer and Ribbon Cutting with a “coffee pot” meaning their badge opens the door to speaking with other local business owners and elected officials about your business and discover opportunities to build great partnerships. Increased Internet Presence – Each Ambassador receives a profile with photo on the Chamber website. The profile is yet another place where your business can be showcased for potential customers. Referrals – Ambassadors are on the forefront of other Ambassadors mind when giving business referrals. Increase your sales force by having a presence on our committee. Giving Back – Ambassadors serve the local business community by providing manpower for Table Top Mixers, Business After Hours Mixers and Ribbon Cuttings. It[...]
Apr 21 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City @ Miners Foundry
Ecstatic Dance Nevada City will be presented Tuesdays from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring Street, Nevada City. Ecstatic Dance in its most basic definition is free-form movement /dance inspired by music, allowing bodies to move freely without judgment or concern for the “grace” or beauty of the dance. This is the dance you dance when nobody is watching! This dance is an inner/outer journey of moving meditation. It develops a direct body-spirit connection, letting your body and inner guide be your teachers. It’s about being present with your own energy and discovering your own dance within using this movement and energetic experience to release stuck patterns in your body, emotions, mind and spirit. Because Movement is Our Medicine No Shoes, No Booze, Just Dance
Government Committee Meeting @ Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
Apr 23 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Government Committee Meeting @ Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
2015 Government Committee Chair: Andy Harris The Greater Grass Valley Chamber and the Government Committee are non-partisan and non-political. We endeavor to stay informed about the important issues that effect our all aspects of our lives and the positions taken on those issues by the elected officials that represent our community. Attending and/or monitoring City and County government meetings. Monitoring state and federal regulations and laws and posting updates in our weekly News and Notes E-Newsletter. Presenting to the Board any other information relating to how government affects businesses and our membership. Seeking out opportunities for candidate debates or forums.    
Apr 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
Apr 24 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 24 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard
30th Annual Downtown Car Show @ Downtown Grass Valley
Apr 25 @ 3:00 am – 8:00 am
30th Annual Downtown Car Show @ Downtown Grass Valley
Grass Valley Car Show Enjoy a trip down memory lane at the 30th Annual Grass Valley Downtown Car Show Saturday, April 25th 2015 from 10am to 3pm. Travel back in time and experience American nostalgia at its best. See the classic American automobiles that defined their generations and shop, dine and stay in a city that honors its historic past and embraces its wonderful future; Historic Downtown Grass Valley. Changes to this year include PRE-1975 VEHICLES welcomed and encouraged and the addition of vintage motorcycles! It’s our 30th year and we are shaking things up! Call Libby for details, 530-272-8315 and register your car early! Spectator admission is FREE!   To show a car, the registration fee is $25 and includes a fabulous dash plaque, poster and swag bag. Register your car here. Car Show Vendor application Car Show Food Vendor application   Set in historic downtown Grass Valley California amongst gold-rush era buildings, this Sierra Foothills community event is always a hit with young and old alike. See approximately 300 of the finest custom, vintage and antique cars and trucks in all of Northern California. Get an opportunity to talk to the men and women whose passion is responsible for the restoration of these beautiful icons of American culture. Enjoy great rock ‘n roll music as you stroll through the streets of historic downtown Grass Valley. Browse local car related vendor booths, shop in the incredible collection of downtown Grass Valley stores, and relax at one of Grass Valley’s three wine tasting rooms as you sample the best of hand-crafted, mountain grown Sierra Foothill wines. When it’s time for food, dine at one of Grass Valley’s many fine restaurants and cafes but make sure to[...]
The Union’s Annual Home & Garden Show @ Nevada County Fairgrounds
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Union’s Annual Home & Garden Show @ Nevada County Fairgrounds
Welcome to the Show! The Union’s annual Spring Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show is Nevada County’s LARGEST and ONLY Home Expo, featuring more than 200 vendors with thousands of ideas for your home & garden. This destination event for all of Nevada County residents, will be held on April 25 & 26 at the beautiful Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley. This event is a one stop shopping experience for home products and services and those serious about building, remodeling, and landscaping. Drawing more than 6,000 attendees on an annual basis, this show features all your home improvement needs at discounted show rates, plus entertainment for the whole family. FREE ADMISSION, wonderful local food & beverage choices, and prizes are just a few of the things that have made The Union’s Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show a great destination for the whole family. Special Guest: Frank Fontana of HGTV’s “Design on a Dime” and “Takeover My Makeover”, and author of “Frank Fontana’s Dirty Little Secrets of Design” will be at the show Sunday, with demos, meet and greet, and book signings. “I bring my kids out to The Union’s Home & Garden Show every year. From bounce houses to great food – there are so many activities! Last year we actually had a nest and baby birds in one of the Hill’s Flat birdhouses my daughter made. We also have quite a collection of painted flower pots from the many years we’ve attended this great show!”– Sharla Cartzdafner Attend the Show Nothing beats a spring day at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. Learn how to do things with our demo series of classes. See the latest in energy saving enhancements for your home. Talk to local[...]
Apr 25 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
CATS Presents: HOTEL on the CORNER of  BITTER and SWEET @ Nevada Theatre
HOTEL on the CORNER of BITTER and SWEET Memory and longing bridge Henry Lee’s 1940s boyhood in Seattle’s Chinatown and, decades later, his second chance at love after a miraculous discovery in the basement of the Panama Hotel. Historic events and places mesh in this story of faithful hope. On the New York Times’ Best Seller’s list in 2009. Book by Jamie Ford Adapted and Directed by Annie Lareau   Show Dates: April 16th to May 9th, 2015 Nevada Theatre401 Broad StreetNevada City, California Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet FIRST COMMISSIONED, PRODUCED, AND DEVELOPED IN THE “BOOK-IT STYLE”™ BY BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE™ (Founded in 1990 in Seattle, Washington ⎯ www.book-it.org) By Jamie Ford Copyright © 2009 by Jamie Ford Adapted by Annie Lareau for Book – It Repertory Theatre The play is performed through arrangement with United Talent Agency for Jamie Ford. All rights reserved. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet – cast list Randy Nakano, Kevin M Lin, Lyra Dominguez, Michael Lewis, Marion Jeffery, Lisa Moon, Hock Tjoa, Olivia Pritchett, Gordon Sakaue, Kevin Kai Lin, Victoria Sanders, Henry Smith, Laurence Hughes, Bernadette Garcia, Chris Whitlock, Ben Hedenland, Devon Douros, Ava Pritchett, Aneka Torgrimson, Matthew Parks, Connor McGhee, Virgil Wong, Patty Lum-Ohmann, Brett Torgrimson, and Siyu Wang.
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
Apr 25 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS @ Off Broadstreet Theatre
<img src='http://www.offbroadstreet.com/The%20Par%20Four%20Website%203.jpg' alt='' width='333' height='333 ‘ border=’0′ /> PAR FOUR AT THE MASTERS A New Musical Comedy By John Driscoll March 13th Through April 25th (Also Sun., March 29th @ 2PM) Jed Dixon, Andrew Kerr, JR Lewis and Isaias Acosta return in this sequel to 2014’s hit show, Doo-Wop Shoo-Bop. It is three years later, and the singing caddies are performing at the 1969 Masters in Augusta, Georgia. Now a singing sensation, they are still four lonely guys looking for love. All new doo-wop songs and routines. Piano accompaniment by David Blanchard