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Dec
15
Fri
CFA Presents: Coco Montoya @ Center for the Arts
Dec 15 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Center For The Arts Presents

Coco Montoya

Friday, December 15th, 8:00 PM, Main Stage Theatre

  • $27 Member, $30 General public
  • Doors open at 7:00pm
  • This is a Dance Show with open floor.
  • Tickets on sale Saturday, October 7, 10:00am.

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Montoya is a show-stopper…Heartfelt singing and merciless guitar with a wicked icy burn…he swings like a jazz man and stings like the Iceman, Albert Collins. He is one of the truly gifted blues artists of his generation.” – Living Blues

The old Willie Dixon adage, “blues is truth,” perfectly describes the searing, contemporary blues-rock of world-renowned guitarist and vocalist Coco Montoya.Taught by the “Master of the Telecaster,” Albert Collins, but with a hard-edged sound and style all his own, Montoya mixes his forceful, melodic guitar playing and passionate vocals with memorable songs, delivering the blues’ hardest truths. He earned his status as a master guitarist and soul-powered vocalist through years of paying his dues as a sideman with Collins (first as a drummer) and then with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, before launching his solo career in 1993. Five years of constant touring with Collins and ten years with Mayall turned him into a monster player and dynamic performer. Montoya has released eight solo albums—including three for Alligator between 2000 and 2007—and hasplayed at clubs, concert halls and major festivals all over the world. Guitar Playersays Montoya plays “stunning, powerhouse blues with a searing tone, emotional soloing, and energetic, unforced vocals.”

Returning to Alligator with his new album, Hard Truth, Montoya delivers one career-topping performance after another, the music immediately ranking among the best he’s ever recorded. Produced by drummer Tony Braunagel (Eric Burdon, Curtis Salgado, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt), the album features eleven songs, each delivering a hard truth of its own. From the radio-friendly, gospel-inspired celebration of love, I Want To Shout About It, to the haunting Devil Don’t Sleep to the icy-hot cover of Albert Collins’ The Moon Is Full, Hard Truth covers a lot of emotional ground. Montoya’s unpredictable guitar playing and smoking soul vocals blend effortlessly with a backing band featuring renowned musicians including bassist Bob Glaub (Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Jerry Lee Lewis), keyboardist Mike Finnigan (Jimi Hendrix, Etta James, Taj Mahal), guitarists Billy Watts (Eric Burdon) and Johnny Lee Schell (Bonnie Raitt), and Braunagel on drums. Slide guitar master Lee Roy Parnell guests on Lost In The Bottle.

Henry “Coco” Montoya was born in Santa Monica, California, on October 2, 1951, and raised in a working class family. Growing up, Coco immersed himself in his parents’ record collection. He listened to big band jazz, salsa, doo-wop and rock ‘n’ roll. His first love was drums; he acquired a kit at age 11. He got a guitar two years later. “I’m sure the Beatles had something to do with this,” Montoya recalls. “I wanted to make notes as well as beats.” But guitar was his secondary instrument. Montoya turned his love of drumming into his profession, playing in a number of area rock bands while still in his
teens and eventually becoming an in-demand drummer.

In 1969, Montoya saw Albert King opening up a Creedence Clearwater Revival/Iron Butterfly concert at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. He was transformed. “After Albert got done playing,” says Montoya, “my life was changed. When he played, the music went right into my soul. It grabbed me so emotionally that I had tears welling up in my eyes. Nothing had ever affected me to this level. He showed me what music and playing the blues were all about. I knew that was what I wanted to do.”

Stratocaster-fueled, fierce slash-and-burn guitar work…dramatic, smoldering Southern soul-rooted intensity. Montoya’s voice is as expressive as his guitar.” – Washington Post

Dec
17
Sun
CFA Presents: Brandi Carlile Winter Acoustic Tour @ Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Dec 17 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Center For The Arts Presents

Brandi Carlile Winter Acoustic Tour

with opening support from Savannah Conley

Sunday, December 17th, 8:00 PM, Veterans Memorial Auditorium

  • Premium seating
  • $71  (Rows A-K)
  • Tier 2 seating (Rows L-EE)
    $56 Member, $63 General public
  • Tier 3 seating (Rows FF-KK)
    $43 Member, $48 General public
  • Tier 4 seating (Rows LL-QQ)
    $33 Member, $38 General public

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(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

Everyone needs to be risking something,” says Seattle-based singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile. She’s discussing the M.O. behind The Firewatcher’s Daughter, her stunning new release – her first for artist-friendly indie label ATO. The 12-song collection marks a triumphant return after a three-year recording hiatus, and her strongest, most rock & roll album to date.

“Rock & roll music as a genre always has a sense of erratic recklessness to it,” she says. “It can’t really be rehearsed – in fact, rehearsal can kill it. On this album, each song has its honest rock & roll moment, even the ballads; it’s between the point where you’ve learned the song enough to get through it, but you don’t have any control over it yet.”

Since her heralded, genre-defying 2005 Columbia debut, Carlile and her indispensable collaborators, Tim and Phil Hanseroth, aka The Twins, have always offered listeners both control and abandon, often within a single song. The most well-known Brandi Carlile tunes, 2007’s “The Story” and 2012’s “That Wasn’t Me,” are dynamic journeys in themselves, encompassing myriad emotions and varied stylistic touches; “The Story” morphs from understated balladry to epic stadium rock, while “That Wasn’t Me” effortlessly straddles country soul and pop gospel. Infused with Carlile’s clarion voice, The Twins’ tight sibling harmonies, and stellar musicianship from everyone, it all simply sounds like Brandi Carlile.

Yet, over four acclaimed Columbia albums, countless sold-out tours, and fruitful relationships with top producers Rick Rubin and T Bone Burnett, something was missing: Carlile and The Twins hadn’t yet captured the distinctive spark of old friends working up new tunes, a slippery magic born of years touring together, and often caught only on raw demos made at the behest of the label. The Firewatcher’s Daughter, by contrast, is a full-on Carlile/Twins co-production, cut live in Seattle’s Bear Creek Studio, with complete artistic control granted by ATO. With this new freedom, Carlile and The Twins, intent on capturing the elusive essence of a song’s spirit, tracked the album live, with little or no rehearsal.

Ironically, during this time of liberation, Carlile and The Twins all transitioned to married life; the Hanseroths became dads, and Carlile’s wife, Catherine Shepherd, was pregnant during the making of The Firewatcher’s Daughter. So when the engineer hit RECORD, the stakes were higher than usual: Carlile and the Twins producing, kids underfoot or on the way, and three years since an album. But true to form, they wrangled it all into song, catching many, many lightning-in-a-bottle moments; the crackling Lucinda Williams-meets-Fleetwood Mac of “Wherever Is Your Heart,” the CSN-meets-Bonnie Raitt of “The Eye,” to the dark folk-punk of “The Stranger at My Door,” the Elton John-meets-McCartney of “Beginning to Feel the Years,” and more – all executed without a net.

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Savannah Conley

It’s easy to find talent in a place like Nashville Tennessee, with its ebb and flow of bright-eyed hopeful songwriters and musicians melting into its very fabric. 20-year-old Savannah Conley knows this first hand having grown up immersed in the music business from a very young age
while keeping Nashville just at arm’s length in her farming suburb home of Kingston Springs. With her father, an accomplished studio and touring guitarist and her mother a hardworking background singer there was no escaping the countless spins of records from a genre-less household; the Its easy to find talent in a place like Nashville Tennessee, with its ebb and flow of bright-eyed hopeful songwriters and musicians melting into its very fabric. 20-year-old Savannah Conley knows this first hand having grown up immersed in the music business from a very young age
while keeping Nashville just at arm’s length in her farming suburb home of Kingston Springs. With her father, an accomplished studio and touring guitarist and her mother a hardworking background singer there was no escaping the countless spins of records from a genre-less household; the musical influencers reverberating from every single corner of the house.

At age seven, Conley was being hired for studio vocals that eventually led to her start on songwriting at the age eleven. Upon winning the John Lennon Songwriter’s award in 2016 it became very clear that it was time to release something new. “Prior to this, I seemed to write with the lens of a girl who was looking out the window at life being lived,” she says. “Now I’ve had some life to live and have drawn from it for my writing. A coming of age piece, I guess you could say.”

18th and Portland, the debut EP from Savannah Conley was released subsequently on September 8, 2017. No Country For New Nashville writes“The surest introduction to Conley is EP opener and arguable standout track “Midnight Train.” Conley’s voice rings out like a train whistle in the black of night, and it lingers in your head long after the song is over…leaving us anticipating Conley’s next move.”

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Dec
31
Sun
CFA Presents: NYE Masquerade Party with Fleetwood Mask @ Center for the Arts
Dec 31 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

The Center For The Arts Presents

NYE Masquerade Party with Fleetwood Mask

Sunday, December 31st, 9:00 PM, Main Stage Theatre

  • $27 Member Standing
  • $32 General public Standing
  • $47 Member Seated
  • $52 General public Seated

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Fleetwood Mask is a Fleetwood Mac tribute band from the San Francisco Bay Area. The band formed out of a mutual love and respect for Fleetwood Mac’s music and story. Replicating one of rock’s most successful bands is a passion for Fleetwood Mask and each band member is committed to performing the music of Fleetwood Mac with authenticity and style.

With over 25 years of professional music and theatrical experience combined, Fleetwood Mask is dedicated to providing audiences from festivals, wineries and clubs a fun and exciting Fleetwood Mac musical experience! Don’t just take our word for it, click on the promotional video link to hear from the founder of Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood.

Don Oberempt
Drums and Percussion
Introduced to Fleetwood Mac in the mid 70’s, Don was attracted to the rhythmic beat drumming style of Mick Fleetwood and the syncopated drum patterns of his music. Having the opportunity to re-create Fleetwood Mac’s music is both an honor and a privilege. Don plays DW, Paiste, Zildjian , Vic Firth, and Latin Percussion.

 

Claudette Rodrigues
Vocals and Percussion
Singing since she was five years old, Claudette learned she had a talent for vocal performance. Claudette has studied opera and theater, has a natural, quick-vibrato, and has found amazing costume designers to replicate Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks outfits. Having the opportunity to perform Fleetwood Mac’s classic songs live is her “dream come true”.

 

Barbara Martin
Keyboards and Vocals
Barbara, our music director, has studied and taught classical, jazz and blues piano, and can play just about any instrument. Barbara has always been inspired by the singing/songwriting skills of Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie and thanks to that inspiration, she has performed and published many songs of her own.

 

 

Mark Blasquez
Guitars and Vocals
Mark is an accomplished performer who has worked with artists such as Nine Inch Nails, Guns and Roses, Berlin, and Ministry. His original music can be heard on movie trailers and TV shows such as CSI, Burn Notice, Smallville, and many others. Mark’s signature musicianship channels the spirit and sound of Lindsey Buckingham.

 

Paul Jones
Electric and Acoustic Bass Guitars
Paul was the one who had the vision to unite the band back in 2011. He started playing bass before he was a teenager and was influenced by 70’s and 80’s rock, soul, funk and punk sounds of the Bay Area. True to the John McVie sound, Paul plays Alembic, Fender, and Rick Turner basses and enjoys the role of the dedicated bass player and drives the business side of Fleetwood Mask.

 

Jason Moss
Guitars
Jason has been playing guitar for over thirty years, his seminal work being his 18 years as axeman for the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. In all, Jason recorded six album with the ‘Daddies from 1994 through 2009, including their 1997 double-platinum hit Zoot Suit Riot. He toured extensively with the band, including the Vans Warped Tour, stints opening for the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and international routes through Australia and Europe. After moving to the bay area from Eugene, OR in 2012, Jason taught at Walnut Creek’s Red House Music School and gigged with a variety of local bands. He’s now happy to call himself “The Sixth Mask.”


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Jan
6
Sat
CFA Presents: An Evening With the Girtons: Concert and CD Release Party @ Off Center Stage
Jan 6 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Strings Concerts Presents

An Evening With the Girtons: Concert and CD Release Party

Saturday, January 6th, 2018, 8:00 PM, Off Center Stage

  • $12 Advanced
  • $15 at the door

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The father/daughter team of Cat Girton and John Girton will debut new and vintage material together and separately in the Off Center Stage at The Center for the Arts.

Cat has been writing and performing music for most of her life. At age 7, she first sang onstage as a part of the Girtons Three, with her father John and her mother Linda Girton.

At 13, she recorded and produced her first original album, Soundtrack of Your Life, which included vocals, guitar, and synthesizer.

She continued to perform music throughout her time in high school, writing several more original songs including “2-Faced”, “Just a Dream” and “Break Me Like Glass”. She performed at multiple school events, open mics, and parties.

After taking a hiatus from music in order to study chemistry at UC Santa Cruz, Cat went on to self produce a second studio album, Local Vocals and Bizarre Guitar. This album features several different genres, with heavy pop-rock and 80’s influences.

She has performed her original music at bars, restaurants, wineries, weddings, street fairs, and at the Burning Man festival in 2016. Cat is diligently working on her third studio album, and has performed with folk duo Faces & Aces and the Crackerjack Jazz Band.

John Girton is well known throughout the world for his work as lead guitarist with the group Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks. John recorded 3 albums with the group, and also wrote and arranged material for them.

He was also featured as guitarist, saxophonist, clarinetist, and occasional mandolinist with the popular vocalist, Maria Muldaur for many years.

After numerous international tours, John started his own group in the San Francisco area. This group, the Girtones played a blend of jazz, swing and blues in Oregon and California, sometimes including singer Maria Muldaur as a member.

John has made several solo tours of England, where he performed in concerts and clubs throughout the country. These days he performs locally and is quite active in the Nevada County Music scene.

He currently performs solo jazz guitar at various venues in the Foothills area of California and has recently released a new CD called You Are There, which was produced at John’s Nugget Studios in Grass Valley, CA.

John has been playing music professionally for over 20 years as an instrumentalist, vocalist, recording artist, studio musician, and composer. His original songs are a mixture of jazz, swing, blues and folk music, with a bit of humor thrown in for good measure. You can hear some of these tunes on his latest CD, Greatest Hits.

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Jan
11
Thu
SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival @ Nevada City & Grass Valley
Jan 11 all-day

SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Films, Workshop, Art Gallery, & Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center for the Arts!

Friday, January 12 to

Sunday, January 14

Center for the Arts Film Schedule:

Friday: 7:00pm

Saturday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday Award Winners 7:30pm

From $15 Youth Session Pass to $150 Full Festival Pass.

Locals Only Discount available!

BUY TICKETS

Click Here for Information on Seating

(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

Advance tickets available online or at SYRCL Office beginning:

Dec 1, between 1-5pm at 313 Railroad Ave, Suite 101 on the ground floor, in Nevada City.

Grass Valley Film Fest Headquarters hours at

The Center for the Arts:

Friday 5-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 9am-10pm.

Festival goers will be able to purchase tickets at

WSFF Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center during the festival.


A Festival by Activists for Activists

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind. We leave you feeling inspired and motivated to make a difference in your community and the world.

The Center for the Arts is a proud partner of Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

What to Expect at the Festival
Experience the adrenaline of kayaking the wildest rivers. Climb the highest peaks. And trek across the globe with adventure films from around the world.

At our festival, you’ll witness how individuals and communities across the globe are taking action.
Explore the issues with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers and celebrities:

  • Energy
  • Food systems
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters
  • And so much more

Celebrate the natural and human world with many activities and events:

  • Over nine venues for films and workshops
  • A children’s Saturday morning “cartoons” program
  • Art shows
  • Wine tastings
  • Gala event and awards ceremony

 

All this and more at our one-of-a-kind film festival. Located in Nevada City, California, one of the most charming towns in the Sierra Nevada.
MORE INFO SOON!

Website: https://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildScenicFilms?ref=hl
Instagram: https://instagram.com/wildandscenicfilmfestival/

Jan
12
Fri
SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival @ Nevada City & Grass Valley
Jan 12 all-day

SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Films, Workshop, Art Gallery, & Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center for the Arts!

Friday, January 12 to

Sunday, January 14

Center for the Arts Film Schedule:

Friday: 7:00pm

Saturday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday Award Winners 7:30pm

From $15 Youth Session Pass to $150 Full Festival Pass.

Locals Only Discount available!

BUY TICKETS

Click Here for Information on Seating

(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

Advance tickets available online or at SYRCL Office beginning:

Dec 1, between 1-5pm at 313 Railroad Ave, Suite 101 on the ground floor, in Nevada City.

Grass Valley Film Fest Headquarters hours at

The Center for the Arts:

Friday 5-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 9am-10pm.

Festival goers will be able to purchase tickets at

WSFF Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center during the festival.


A Festival by Activists for Activists

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind. We leave you feeling inspired and motivated to make a difference in your community and the world.

The Center for the Arts is a proud partner of Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

What to Expect at the Festival
Experience the adrenaline of kayaking the wildest rivers. Climb the highest peaks. And trek across the globe with adventure films from around the world.

At our festival, you’ll witness how individuals and communities across the globe are taking action.
Explore the issues with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers and celebrities:

  • Energy
  • Food systems
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters
  • And so much more

Celebrate the natural and human world with many activities and events:

  • Over nine venues for films and workshops
  • A children’s Saturday morning “cartoons” program
  • Art shows
  • Wine tastings
  • Gala event and awards ceremony

 

All this and more at our one-of-a-kind film festival. Located in Nevada City, California, one of the most charming towns in the Sierra Nevada.
MORE INFO SOON!

Website: https://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildScenicFilms?ref=hl
Instagram: https://instagram.com/wildandscenicfilmfestival/

Jan
13
Sat
SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival @ Nevada City & Grass Valley
Jan 13 all-day

SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Films, Workshop, Art Gallery, & Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center for the Arts!

Friday, January 12 to

Sunday, January 14

Center for the Arts Film Schedule:

Friday: 7:00pm

Saturday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday Award Winners 7:30pm

From $15 Youth Session Pass to $150 Full Festival Pass.

Locals Only Discount available!

BUY TICKETS

Click Here for Information on Seating

(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

Advance tickets available online or at SYRCL Office beginning:

Dec 1, between 1-5pm at 313 Railroad Ave, Suite 101 on the ground floor, in Nevada City.

Grass Valley Film Fest Headquarters hours at

The Center for the Arts:

Friday 5-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 9am-10pm.

Festival goers will be able to purchase tickets at

WSFF Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center during the festival.


A Festival by Activists for Activists

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind. We leave you feeling inspired and motivated to make a difference in your community and the world.

The Center for the Arts is a proud partner of Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

What to Expect at the Festival
Experience the adrenaline of kayaking the wildest rivers. Climb the highest peaks. And trek across the globe with adventure films from around the world.

At our festival, you’ll witness how individuals and communities across the globe are taking action.
Explore the issues with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers and celebrities:

  • Energy
  • Food systems
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters
  • And so much more

Celebrate the natural and human world with many activities and events:

  • Over nine venues for films and workshops
  • A children’s Saturday morning “cartoons” program
  • Art shows
  • Wine tastings
  • Gala event and awards ceremony

 

All this and more at our one-of-a-kind film festival. Located in Nevada City, California, one of the most charming towns in the Sierra Nevada.
MORE INFO SOON!

Website: https://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildScenicFilms?ref=hl
Instagram: https://instagram.com/wildandscenicfilmfestival/

Jan
14
Sun
SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival @ Nevada City & Grass Valley
Jan 14 all-day

SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Films, Workshop, Art Gallery, & Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center for the Arts!

Friday, January 12 to

Sunday, January 14

Center for the Arts Film Schedule:

Friday: 7:00pm

Saturday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday Award Winners 7:30pm

From $15 Youth Session Pass to $150 Full Festival Pass.

Locals Only Discount available!

BUY TICKETS

Click Here for Information on Seating

(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

Advance tickets available online or at SYRCL Office beginning:

Dec 1, between 1-5pm at 313 Railroad Ave, Suite 101 on the ground floor, in Nevada City.

Grass Valley Film Fest Headquarters hours at

The Center for the Arts:

Friday 5-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 9am-10pm.

Festival goers will be able to purchase tickets at

WSFF Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center during the festival.


A Festival by Activists for Activists

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind. We leave you feeling inspired and motivated to make a difference in your community and the world.

The Center for the Arts is a proud partner of Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

What to Expect at the Festival
Experience the adrenaline of kayaking the wildest rivers. Climb the highest peaks. And trek across the globe with adventure films from around the world.

At our festival, you’ll witness how individuals and communities across the globe are taking action.
Explore the issues with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers and celebrities:

  • Energy
  • Food systems
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters
  • And so much more

Celebrate the natural and human world with many activities and events:

  • Over nine venues for films and workshops
  • A children’s Saturday morning “cartoons” program
  • Art shows
  • Wine tastings
  • Gala event and awards ceremony

 

All this and more at our one-of-a-kind film festival. Located in Nevada City, California, one of the most charming towns in the Sierra Nevada.
MORE INFO SOON!

Website: https://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildScenicFilms?ref=hl
Instagram: https://instagram.com/wildandscenicfilmfestival/

Jan
15
Mon
SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival @ Nevada City & Grass Valley
Jan 15 all-day

SYRCL Presents 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Films, Workshop, Art Gallery, & Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center for the Arts!

Friday, January 12 to

Sunday, January 14

Center for the Arts Film Schedule:

Friday: 7:00pm

Saturday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday: 10:30am, 1:30pm, & 3:30pm

Sunday Award Winners 7:30pm

From $15 Youth Session Pass to $150 Full Festival Pass.

Locals Only Discount available!

BUY TICKETS

Click Here for Information on Seating

(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

Advance tickets available online or at SYRCL Office beginning:

Dec 1, between 1-5pm at 313 Railroad Ave, Suite 101 on the ground floor, in Nevada City.

Grass Valley Film Fest Headquarters hours at

The Center for the Arts:

Friday 5-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 9am-10pm.

Festival goers will be able to purchase tickets at

WSFF Grass Valley Headquarters at The Center during the festival.


A Festival by Activists for Activists

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind. We leave you feeling inspired and motivated to make a difference in your community and the world.

The Center for the Arts is a proud partner of Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

What to Expect at the Festival
Experience the adrenaline of kayaking the wildest rivers. Climb the highest peaks. And trek across the globe with adventure films from around the world.

At our festival, you’ll witness how individuals and communities across the globe are taking action.
Explore the issues with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers and celebrities:

  • Energy
  • Food systems
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters
  • And so much more

Celebrate the natural and human world with many activities and events:

  • Over nine venues for films and workshops
  • A children’s Saturday morning “cartoons” program
  • Art shows
  • Wine tastings
  • Gala event and awards ceremony

 

All this and more at our one-of-a-kind film festival. Located in Nevada City, California, one of the most charming towns in the Sierra Nevada.
MORE INFO SOON!

Website: https://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildScenicFilms?ref=hl
Instagram: https://instagram.com/wildandscenicfilmfestival/

Jan
21
Sun
CFA Presents: Green Leaf Rustlers @ Center for the Arts
Jan 21 @ 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm

(((folkYeah!))) Presents

Green Leaf Rustlers

Sunday, January 21st, 2018, 8:30 PM, Main Stage Theatre

  • $27 General admission
  • Doors open at 7:30pm

BUY TICKETS

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(Ticket price includes $2 facility fee. Does not include applicable fee for online purchases.)

  • From the sage smoke & mists of Marin come your local purveyors of cosmic Cali country music playing the dusty country classics of your dreams.
  • Stay tuned for announcement of band members!
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