One Fine Day wedding event at the Miners Foundry March 8

Inspired by today’s non-traditional brides looking for unique and modern wedding ideas, One Fine Day is an interactive, playful party that showcases many of Northern California’s finest wedding purveyors and professionals and features on trend wedding ideas and concepts.
One Fine Day will be held Sunday, March 8, at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City.
From visionary [...]

Wheyward Girl Creamery Kickstarter kickoff on March 2

Downtown Nevada City continues its popular transition into a foodie destination due to its burgeoning number of artisan bakers, brewers, and local organic restaurants and farms. Now Wheyward Girl Creamery will be adding to the mix this summer when it opens its doors next to the popular Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Co. on lower Commercial [...]

Julia Jordan chosen as new CEO of the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce

Mark Luster, president of the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, has announced Julia Jordan, of Grass Valley, has been selected as the Chief Executive Officer for the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, effective March 2.
According to Luster, “Following an extensive search, we are very excited about the opportunities we have with Julia joining the Lincoln [...]

CATS presents “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” on April 16-May 9 in Nevada City

Community Asian Theater of the Sierra begins its 21st season with a dramatic and poignant production of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, a book written by Jamie Ford and adapted for theater. It is playing April 16-May 9 at the Nevada Theatre in Nevada City.
CATS’ show marks the California premier of a [...]

Lake Tahoe route for Amgen Tour of California women’s race

Fourteen of the top women’s cycling teams from around the world are confirmed to lead off the 10th edition of the Amgen Tour of California with three days and 158 miles of stage racing May 8-10 and an invitational Time Trial on May 15. The four days of women’s competition will be staged in conjunction [...]

Route for 700-mile Amgen Tour of California race, including Sierra Foothills

The tenth anniversary edition route is set for the 2015 Amgen Tour of California, America’s largest and most prestigious professional cycling race. The milestone course will feature several rider and fan-favorite locales from past races, as well as five stages that highlight different regions of California for the very first time.
An all-star field featuring 144 [...]

Music in the Mountains unveils exciting, eclectic SummerFest program

“One festival, a world of music” is the theme for this year’s SummerFest at Music in the Mountains, and we would agree after hearing the program introduced at a launch party on Thursday night.
Stretching from June 16-July 5, MIM’s SummerFest features classical music, dance — often underemphasized in professional concerts locally — cabaret-style singing, the [...]

InConcert Sierra brings renowned pianist Lugansky back to Grass Valley in spring 2016

World-famous Russian pianist Nikolai Lugansky is returning to perform in Grass Valley on March 13, 2016, thanks to InConcert Sierra, our magazine has learned.
It is part of a big upcoming season that also includes celebrated violinist Joshua Bell, as previously reported.
“Lugansky enjoyed himself so much while he was here last time,” said InConcert Sierra Executive [...]

InConcert Sierra hosts celebrated violinist Joshua Bell on October 18

Celebrated violinist Joshua Bell will perform in Grass Valley on October 18, kicking off InConcert Sierra’s 2015-16 classical music season.
In addition, world-famous Russian pianist Nikolai Lugansky is returning to perform in Grass Valley on March 13, 2016, thanks to InConcert Sierra, our magazine has learned. More details here.
An exclusive Sony Classical artist, Bell has recorded [...]

Sierra Vintners report early bud break: two weeks ahead of last year

“Ah, it’s that beautiful time of year again- skies are blue, the air is mild, the trees are blooming…wait- what?! It’s only mid-February!” according to Naggiar Vineyard’s blog. “While parts of the country are buried several feet deep in snow with more on the way- um, sorry East Coasters?- we have been enjoying a [...]

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