On Thursday, October 31 from 5-6 p.m., Nevada City will host its First Annual Halloween Parade.
A creepy hearse will lead dancers, fire, floats, bands and other souls down Broad St. to kick off Halloween night. Parade attendees are also encouraged to dress in costume. The parade will showcase the eclectic mix of people that...
A new dining establishment called Nevada City Bistro, which includes “to go” food, is opening in downtown Nevada City that will celebrate the city’s long heritage with bicycles.
The Nevada City Bistro at 104 Union Street will feature an espresso bar, sandwiches, burritos and such. It has applied for a license to sell beer.
PINE STREET BURGERS
This all-natural burger restaurant has opened in Grass Valley, and it’s one of the best burgers in the region. (We eat them all: at Burger Me in Truckee and Reno, Lefty’s Grill, Ike’s and Matteo’s Public in Nevada City, and Dine N Dash Cafe in Colfax, among others).
Pine Street Burgers are made...
IN THE ‘50S, HAVANA was the city of rum and rumba. On Saturday, November 2, “A Night in Havana” is coming to the Miners Foundry in Nevada City, a fundraiser for the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Guests will be transported back in time to the rum and rumba era. The evening includes a special...
Historic Grass Valley is brimming with fall and holiday activities:
Safe Trick or Treat for Preschoolers
Thurs., October 31, pre-school aged children tour Mill St., closed to traffic, and receive candy from merchants.
Holiday Open House
Sat., November 9, a downtown Grass Valley holiday shopping event with store specials, food, music and more.
November 29-December 1, the...
NEVADA COUNTY IS HOME to some of our state’s most famous achievements: the Bridgeport covered bridge in Penn Valley, the Empire Mine in Grass Valley and the first transcontinental railroad line in Truckee.
But few have played a more pivotal role—for industry or regional arts and culture—than the Miners Foundry Cultural Center in Nevada City.