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A Winter Solstice Salon is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 17, 2-4 p.m., at Jason’s Studio Cafe in Book Town, on the corner of Bank and South Auburn in Grass Valley.

Readers will be Karen Attix, Jacquie Bellon, Dorren Domb, Wylene Dunbar, Judy Halebsky and Sands Hall.

‘Sultry Ladies’ tickets go on sale

Community Players’ new fundraising production is “Sultry Ladies and Red Hot Mamas -The Return of the Torch Singers” will be presented at The Center For The Arts Jan. 18 to Feb. 10, 2007.

Tickets ($20 for adults, $17 for groups of 10 and seniors and $15 for those aged 12-17) go on sale Monday, Dec.18, in Nevada City at Harmony Books and in Grass Valley at CFA and Styles Salon.

The 12-night run includes Thursday through Saturdays at 7 p.m. Call Margot at 477-0266 for more information.

Concert to aid Hospitality House

The Grass Valley Male Voice Choir and Wesley Bell Ringers will present a Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 17, at 5 p.m. at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church, 236 Church St. It is a shared benefit with Hospitality House, which assists the homeless.

The choir, a nonprofit organization, is noted for performing locally throughout the year for the benefit of charitable organizations. Its roots are in Cornwall, England.

Call 273-5975 or go online at formore information.

Winter show at Bear River tonight

Calling all holiday music lovers, the Bear River High School Instrumental Music Department presents The Winter Band Concert tonight. It will be held in the newly opened performing arts building at Bear River High School in Grass Valley at 7 p.m. The doors open at 6:30 p.m.

The Bear River Symphonic and Jazz band will be playing holiday and winter favorites with an appearance from Bear River’s own Starlite express.

Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students and seniors; Magnolia band members are free. Seating is reserved.

Call 268-3700, ext. 4826, or visit for more information.

– The Union staff

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