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Engagements lead to Wedding Fair

Here’s guessing that some couples got engaged over Valentine’s Day. Yes?

For those with weddings in their future, the Wedding Fair on Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring St., Nevada City, is the event to attend this weekend.

Absolutely everything involved in a wedding will be there, represented by vendors of all descriptions, according to Ivy Photography, the company that puts on this annual event. Fairgoers can taste the food, pick up brochures, discuss ideas with everyone from cake bakers to music makers, and maybe even win a door prize.

Call 272-2480 for more information or go on the Web at http://www.ivyphotography.com.

Art show at Cafe Mekka

Suzanne Reynolds art is being exhibited at Cafe Mekka, 241 Commercial St., Nevada City, in a show entitled “When the Saints Go Marching In.” Meet the artist Sunday, from 1 to 4 p.m. Reynolds attributes her artistic talent to a series of misfortunes, including a near fatal hit-and-run accident and a stroke, which she says “may have been the catalyst for my new-found talent, as it stimulated the right, or creative, side of my brain.

“My mission is to evoke a spiritual cord within others through my work.”

The show continues through March 7.

Colyer and Perone at Odyssey Books

Tonight, Odyssey Books, at 11989 Sutton Way in Grass Valley (between Longs and Ralphs), presents “Author Night,” starting at 7 p.m. Nik Colyer of “Channeling Biker Bob” fame will talk about his book “Maranthe’s Deception,” a Carlos Castaneda-style desert adventure of magic, mystery and mayhem through time and space. Most recently, Colyer collected and published 30 years worth of poetry in a collection titled “Kicking Ass and Taking Names, Poetry Through the Eyes of a Tough Guy.”

Sam Perone, an academic scientist who worked in the national security and intelligence communities, will talk about his book, “Einstein’s Tunnel,” the third book in a trilogy of futuristic psychological thrillers, describing the perilous adventures of a university science professor secretly responsible for radical CIA counter-terrorism activities.

The event is free; refreshments will be served. Call 477-2856 for more information.

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