Comedy show Saturday at North Columbia Schoolhouse |

Comedy show Saturday at North Columbia Schoolhouse

Bo “The Whiskey Yogi” will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday at North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center on the San Juan Ridge.

The show is part stand-up comedy, part spoken word style political satire.

Leland Grammer is a 32-year-old social artivist living in Nevada County for the past nine years.

In this community, he has worked as barista, constructionist, kettlebell instructor, mentor to youth, itinerant peacemaker and currently works with adults with developmental disabilities at the nonprofit, Neighborhood Center of the Arts.

Grammer has been writing since the age 14, and performing for 12 years as slam poet, trickster-clown, actor and absurdist.

He has written, performed or produced work ranging from experimental theater to Beyond Fire tribe to burlesque to Words & Music shows to character comedy sketches.

“Bo “The Whisky Yogi” is Grammer’s fist return to the Center after his two performances at the Center’s annual Valentines Erotique.

“This is not a show to miss. Bo is the real deal, a true performer and highly entertaining,” said Belle Star, executive director of NCSCC.

Tickets for this performance are available at BriarPatch, Mother Truckers, and online at

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