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Ribbon Cutting Celebrations

 Thursday, July 26th
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Training Zone
722 Freeman Lane, Ste. B, Grass Valley
(530) 273-9663
 Thursday, August 16th
5:30 – 6:30 PM
Living Waters
1097 E Main St., Ste. F, Grass Valley
(530) 274-9738

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Monday, July 16th
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Nevada County Concert Band
 “A Little Night Music with the Nevada County Concert Band.”
Pioneer Park, Nevada City
James Kopf
(530) 272-6228
nccb.org

Thursday, September 13th
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Lake Wildwood Association
11255 Cottontail Way, Penn Valley
Bob Mariani
(530) 432-1152

lwwa.org

Thursday, September 20th
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

C21 Cornerstone Realty
101 Boulder Street, Nevada City
Mike Bainbridge
(530) 265-5885

c21cornerstone.com

Thursday, October 18th
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Byers Enterprises
115 Idaho Maryland Rd, Grass Valley
Penny Silva
(916) 717-2905

thatsbyers.com

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Jul
19
Thu
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Jul
20
Fri
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Jul
21
Sat
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 21 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Jul
22
Sun
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 22 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Jul
27
Fri
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Jul
28
Sat
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 28 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Jul
29
Sun
PAG Presents: The Jungle Book @ Grass Valley Elks Lodge
Jul 29 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performing Arts Guild Presents: The Jungle Book

Various Performances

Thursday, June 19 through Sunday, July 29

Grass Valley Elks Lodge

  • Performances: Various Performances, July 19 through 29
  • LOCATION: The Elks Lodge, 109 S. School St., Grass Valley
  • BUY ADVANCE TICKETS: www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets
  • Tickets also available at the door, though pre-purchase is encouraged.

Original Music by Darryl Stines & Mila Johansen
Script by Mila Johansen

A Musical for audiences of all ages!
A touching musical performance where the author has carefully woven the story to teach some important lessons about prejudice in a very clever way while delightful original music brings all the jungle book characters to life.

View Event Poster HERE for all Performance Dates & Times! PAG Presents The Jungle Book

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON THE PAG WEBSITE AND SAVE! 
www.ncpag.com/buy-tickets/

Ticket Prices:
Adults: $10/Advanced, $12/Door
Children 12 & Under: $4/Advance, $6/Door

Aug
3
Fri
CFA Presents: The Brothers Comatose @ North Star House
Aug 3 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
CFA Presents: The Brothers Comatose @ North Star House | Grass Valley | California | United States

The Center For The Arts Presents

The Brothers Comatose

Friday, August 3rd, 8:00 PM, North Star House

  • General Admission
    $27 members, $30 general public
    Bring a folding chair for seating on the lawn

BUY TICKETS

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

This event is taking place at The North Star House in Grass Valley
12075 Auburn Rd, Grass Valley, CA as a part of our OnTheGo series, 
bringing world class talent to venues throughout Nevada County.


“Despite the fact that the band plays acoustically, the fierce energy the quintet generates has the power of a rock band.” – San Francisco Chronicle

“Like the Punch Brothers, Steep Canyon Rangers, Yonder Mountain String Band and others of that ilk, Brothers Comatose find common ground in past and present, redefining bluegrass for a current generation of festival fans and eager enthusiasts.” – Elmore Magazine


The Brothers Comatose have shared the stage with: The Devil Makes Three, Yonder Mountain String Band, Lake Street Dive, Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, Rising Appalachia, Jamestown Revival, Infamous Stringdusters, John C. Reilly, Trampled by Turtles and many more.

Festivals and Notable Shows: Sold out Fillmore, SF in advance, High Sierra Music Festival, Jam Cruise, Merlefest, Delfest, Pickathon, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Outside Lands, Bottlerock, Dashville Skyline (Australia)


The next generation of American songsmiths from Haight-Ashbury, The Brothers Comatose weave storytelling with sharp wit and powerful melody making for unforgettable songs that come to life on stage where deft musicianship whips the crowd into a frenzy.

Whether traveling to gigs on horseback or by tour bus, Americana mavens The Brothers Comatose forge their own path with raucous West Coast renderings of traditional bluegrass, country and rock ‘n’ roll music. The five-piece string band is anything but a traditional acoustic outfit with their fierce musicianship and rowdy live shows reminiscent of stadium rock concerts. In fall 2017, “Campfire Caravan” featuring The Brothers Comatose, Mipso, and The Lil Smokies hosts three of today’s foremost emerging indie Americana bands as they trek across the United States to more than 30 cities. “Campfire Caravan” honors the musicians’ early days playing music, when they’d perform for friends and family in basements, living rooms, and around campfires. “Campfire Caravan” celebrates the American tradition of gathering communities around music.

Following three critically acclaimed full-length studio albums (Songs From The Stoop, Respect The Van, City Painted Gold), the five-piece string band disrupts the traditional album cycle and focuses their 2017/2018 release schedule on a series of strategically released songs. Produced by indie-rock legend John Vanderslice, the first four new songs to be released in 2017 include the sun-soaked new single “Don’t Make Me Get Up And Go” that channels harmony vanguards The Beach Boys.

“Cedarwood Pines” is an early-‘70s-esque alt-country number reminiscent of a George Harrison, post-Beatles sensibility. A new music video for “Cedarwood Pines” captures the band’s recent horseback tour across California’s gold country in the Sierra Nevada Foothills featuring beautiful California vistas, saloon and events center gigs, and the band of brothers loving life out on the range with their characteristic whimsical charm.

“Get Me Home” reflects the struggle for commitment and fidelity in a relationship that has to survive the rigors of artists hitting the road while their partners are at home. Life as a nationally touring act has its extreme highs and lows. As the days go on with show after show, relationships must bear increasing distance, temptations, and loneliness. Despite crazy schedules and differing experiences between two lovers, “Get Me Home” keeps the gravity of being faithful and remembering the promises made at the center of one’s life while touring the world.

Beautiful acoustic guitar work and crooning baritone vocals from lead singer Ben Morrison opens up “Joshua Tree.” An escapist tale for a couple weighed down by the burdens of big city life, “Joshua Tree” hones in on how simple pleasures become amplified when experienced in a magical desert world such as Joshua Tree, CA. Running through the sand, drinking cold wine, dreaming about the sun, there isn’t a worry in the world. Even with city life weighing you down, “Joshua Tree” celebrates a destination where you can leave your concerns at the door and focus on what’s important.

The Brothers Comatose is comprised of brothers Ben Morrison (guitar, vocals) and Alex Morrison (banjo, vocals), Gio Benedetti (bass, vocals), Philip Brezina (violin), and Ryan Avellone (mandolin). When they’re not headlining The Fillmore for a sold-out show or appearing at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, the band is out on the road performing across America, Canada, Australia, and hosting their very own music festival, Comatopia. In 2018, The Brothers Comatose will travel to Asia for a month of cultural music exchange and education with American Music Abroad, a program directed by the State Department.


“…amazing to witness. Individually they play together extremely well, but the connectedness where they became impenetrable was something almost impossible to describe. Nothing could pierce the cohesive bond; interconnectedness of a band of Brothers… They get on stage, drop their guard, play their hearts and sing their soul.” – Chicago Music Magazine

“The Northern California-based band the Brothers Comatose infuse their upbeat brand of Americana with lots of twang, a dash of wit, and a splash of surrealism.” -Acoustic Guitar

“Today, they are sitting in the forefront of Americana with a bright original sound threaded with a bit of Southwestern rowdy, played on classic string band instruments.” -AXS


www.thebrotherscomatose.com
www.facebook.com/thebrotherscomatose
www.instagram.com/broscomatose

Aug
11
Sat
CFA Presents: An Evening with Ronnie Spector & The Ronettes @ Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Aug 11 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Center For The Arts Presents

An Evening with Ronnie Spector & The Ronettes

Saturday, August 11th, 8:00 AM, Veterans Memorial Auditorium

  • Meet & Greet $85 members $85 general public
  • Premium A-K $57 members $67 general public
    Tier 2: $47 members $57 general public
    Tier 3: $42 members $52 general public
    Tier 4: $37 members $47 general public
    Tier 5: $27 members $37 general public

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

“There were girl group hits before the Ronettes, but Ronnie Spector was the first woman in rock to provoke anything like the hysteria that Elvis had caused, which was soon to engulf the Beatles.” – Toronto Globe & Mail

Only a few artists in history have been capable of defining an entire era in pop music. Ronnie Spector is one of those artists: the embodiment of the heart, soul, and passion of female rock and roll in the 1960s. And to this day, no one has ever surpassed Ronnie’s powerful trademark vocals, her gutsy attitude, or her innocent but knowing sexuality. For these qualities and more, Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes, were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in March 2007.

The Story So Far

Ronnie Spector was born and raised in Spanish Harlem. She formed the Ronettes while in her teens and released her first records in 1961 on the Colpix label.

The Ronettes were also professional singers and dancers at New York’s Peppermint Lounge. There they were discovered by legendary disc jockey “Murray the K” (Murray Kaufman), who promptly hired them as dancers for his Brooklyn Fox Theater rock and roll revues.

Beginning in 1963, Ronnie Spector—as lead singer of the ultimate girl group, The Ronettes—recorded a long string of classic pop hits: powerful, poignant teen anthems like the Grammy Award-winning “Walking in the Rain,” “Do I Love You,” “Baby I Love You,” “The Best Part of Breaking Up,” “I Can Hear Music,” and the international Number One smash “Be My Baby.” These records are among the best-loved and most-emulated recordings in the history of rock and roll.

As the Number One pop group in England, Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes headlined over acts like the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton and The YardbirdsThe Beatles personally requested that the Ronettes join their final U.S. tour in August 1966; later that year, at Basin Street East, a talented young comedian named Richard Pryor was the opening act for the Ronettes’ final live performance.

In 1970, Ronnie sang on Jimi Hendrix’s recording of “Earth Blues”.

In 1971, Ronnie Spector released her Apple Records debut single, “Try Some, Buy Some”—written and produced by George Harrison, with a backing band that included George, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr.

In 1976, Billy Joel wrote “Say Goodbye to Hollywood” as a tribute to Ronnie. The next year, she recorded the song with backing by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, and it was issued as a single on Epic Records.

In 1986, Ronnie’s duet with Eddie Money—“Take Me Home Tonight”—reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hung on the chart for 26 weeks. The song was nominated for a Grammy Award and became a heavy rotation video on MTV.

In 1989, Ronnie took time off to write the story of her remarkable life and great music. Be My Baby: How I Survived Mascara, Miniskirts, and Madness (Crown, 1990) was an international bestseller; a revised and updated mass-market paperback was published in June 2004.

In 1999, Ronnie released the critically acclaimed EP She Talks to Rainbowson the cutting-edge indie label Kill Rock Stars. Highlights included Johnny Thunders’ “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory,” and a duet with EP producer Joey Ramone on his own composition “Bye Bye Baby.” Also in 1999, “Be My Baby” was added to The Grammy Hall of Fame.

In June 2000, after a fifteen-year legal battle, Ronnie Spector won a landmark decision in the New York State courts. The ruling eased the way for veteran artists of the Fifties and Sixties to collect past-due royalties on their old recordings.

In 2004 Ronnie was recognized for her contribution to American popular music when she was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame.

In 2006, “Be My Baby” was added to the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress, preserved as a work of historical and cultural significance.

Ronnie’s CD, The Last of the Rock Stars, released 2009, marked the first time she was ever in full control of her material, arrangements, and production. The supporting cast includes Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), members of The RaconteursThe Dead WeatherPatti Smith, and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.

Her latest holiday CD, Ronnie Spector’s Best Christmas Ever, released 2010 complements her classic Christmas songs “Sleigh Ride,” “Frosty The Snowman,” and “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.” “Sleigh Ride” (#3) and “Frosty The Snowman” (#17) are among ASCAP’s Top 20 most–played holiday radio hits of the past decade.

2011 was a significant year for Ronnie with her cover of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” being named “Single of the Month” in Britain’s influential MOJO Magazine. In May she appeared with Lou ReedMacy GrayDr. John and Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen in a benefit for the Jazz Foundation of America at Harlem’s hallowed Apollo Theater – where Ronnie made her performing debut at age eleven, then headlined with the Ronettes in 1965!

In the summer of 2012, Ronnie debuted her biographical one-woman multi–media show Beyond the Beehive in New York City to star-studded audiences and standing ovations. Following several more sold-out Gotham shows, Ronnie took Beyond the Beehive to London for its premier UK performance at Queen Elizabeth Hall on March 9, 2014. “Ronnie Spector’s Beyond The Beehive shines like a polished diamond!” declared The Independent (UK) in their five-star review.

In November of 2015, Sony Music released The Very Best of Ronnie Spector, the first cross–label collection of her career. This nineteen–track CD includes hits by the Ronettes and by Ronnie as a solo artist including “So Young” (as Veronica), “Say Goodbye To Hollywood” (with the E Street Band), and “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory” (from Last of the Rock Stars).

Ronnie celebrated her 55th year in the recording industry with the release of her British Invasion inspired collection of covers English Heart, and followed it up with a performance at the venerable Glastonbury Festival that garnered a five–star review in The Telegraph (UK) in 2016.

In 2017, “Be My Baby” was named by Billboard Magazine as the #1 Greatest Girl Group Song of All Time, and Spector was presented with the Legend Award by The Woman’s International Music Network at their “She Rocks Award” ceremony. Also in 2017, Ronnie released “LOVE POWER,” her first single recorded with The Ronettes in decades.

The style, look, and sound of Ronnie Spector continues to serve as an inspiration and role model for generations.

www.RonnieSpector.com
www.facebook.com/pg/ronniespector

Aug
12
Sun
CFA Presents: Ziggy Marley – Rebellion Rises 2018 Tour @ Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Aug 12 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
CFA Presents: Ziggy Marley – Rebellion Rises 2018 Tour @ Veterans Memorial Auditorium

CFA Presents

Ziggy Marley – Rebellion Rises 2018 Tour

Sunday, August 12th, 8:00 PM

Veterans Memorial Auditorium

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

Reggae icon Ziggy Marley released his seventh full-length solo studio album, “Rebellion Rises,” on May 18! Fully written, recorded and produced by Marley, this passionate and indelible new collection of music encourages people to stand together in activism and love.

Join us Sunday, August 12th at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Grass Valley for the Rebellion Rises 2018 Tour!

An eight-time Grammy winner, Emmy Winner, humanitarian, singer, songwriter and producer, Ziggy Marley has released his long anticipated 7th solo studio album to much critical acclaim.

His early immersion in music came at age ten when he sat in on recording sessions with his father, Bob Marley. As front man to Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers, the group released eight best-selling albums that garnered three Grammys, with such chart-topping hits as “Look Who’s Dancing,” “Tomorrow People” and “Tumbling Down.” Ziggy’s first solo album, Dragonfly (RCA Records), was released in 2003.

His second solo release, Love is My Religion (Tuff Gong Worldwide), won a Grammy in 2006 for “Best Reggae Album.” His third solo album, Family Time (Tuff Gong Worldwide), scored him a 5th Grammy award for “Best Children’s Album.” In 2011, Ziggy released his critically acclaimed 4th studio album Wild And Free, which earned him a Grammy nomination, as well as his first ever comic book entitled MARIJUANAMAN.

Ziggy Marley Organics, a GMO-free product line including flavored coconut oils and hemp seed snacks, was started in 2012. The products are distributed throughout the US and are available in over 1000 stores nationwide. His 2012 live album “Ziggy Marley In Concert,” recently earned him his 6th Grammy award for “Best Reggae Album.”

To coincide with the release of his album “Fly Rasta,” Ziggy put out his debut children’s book “I Love You Too,” a co-production of Akashic Books and Tuff Gong Worldwide in 2014. The multicultural picture book is based on one of Ziggy’s most beloved songs of the same title from his Grammy Award-winning album “Family Time,” which explores a child’s relationship with parents, nature and the unstoppable force of love.

www.ziggymarley.com
www.facebook.com/ZiggyMarley 
www.instagram.com/ziggymarley 
www.twitter.com/ziggymarley