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2 attractions added to this year’s event in Nevada City

Beginning Wednesday, July 11, Summer Nights in Nevada City begins a run of three Wednesdays (also July 18 and 25), from 6 to 9 p.m. in the downtown area.

Two new attractions this year include the grower’s market on Lower Broad Street and the parking lot of the Stonehouse Restaurant (also at lower Broad Street), where music, dancing and classic cars may be found. Grass Valley Taiko performs, as well, on the first Wednesday (see schedule for details).

Shops and restaurants are open these evenings for even more fun.



A shuttle runs from a free parking area at the Rood Center (Highway 49 and Maidu Avenue) into town from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. each Wednesday. Round trip fare for adults is $2; children 12 and under ride for free.

Contact 1 (800) 655-NJOY or http://www.nevadacitychamber.com for more information.




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Entertainment at Summer Nights on five outdoor stages

July 11: Cool Heat, Bill Dickson, Grass Roots Records, Holland/MacDonald and Ocean’s 3. Plus, Grass Valley Taiko will do two shows (6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.) of Japanese-style drumming at Nevada Theatre, near the top of Broad Street; tickets for $7 may be purchased in advance at Harmony Books, Nevada City Chamber of Commerce, The Book Seller and BriarPatch.

July 18: Bob Mora, Ludi Hinrichs, Joe Souza, George Souza and Ocean’s 3.

July 25: Lorraine Gervais, Izzi Tooinski, Ivan Najera, John Girton, Ocean’s 3 and Troupe Al Ama.


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