Enjoy poetry, portrayal of Patsy Cline, and Haute Trash
March 30, Carol Ritberger, Ph.D., medical intuitive and author of “Love, What’s Personality Got to Do With It?” will lecture at The Center for the Arts, 314 W. Main St., Grass Valley, 7 p.m. $15 at the door. Call Suzie Daggett at 265-9255 for more information.
March 31 is the last day to buy California WorldFest tickets at a discount ($25 off the gate price). The lineup for this July 13-16 extravaganza at the fairgrounds in Grass Valley is fantastic, including Michael Franti & Spearhead and Tish Hinojosa. To get your tickets, contact (530) 891-4098 (during normal working hours) or http://www.worldfest.net. Discounted adult one-day ticket is $35; three-day, $90 (all without camping).
April 1, Joni Morris plays a country music legend in “Joni Morris: Portrait of Patsy Cline” at The Center for the Arts, Grass Valley. With the After Midnight Band at 8 p.m. $20 available at Yabobo and Love Shack Records in Nevada City, at BriarPatch and The Book Seller in Grass Valley, and at Cherry Records in Auburn. Go to jonimorris.com or http://www.patsy.nu online .
April is National Poetry Month. Celebrate it with the Nevada County Poetry Series, which is holding its annual April open-mic readings at Booktown Books and Tomes on four Sundays: April 2, 9, 23 and 30 (April 16, Easter Sunday, will not have a reading). Open-mic readers are invited to submit their poems for possible inclusion in the NCPS 2006 Anthology. The readings are free, from 12 to 3 p.m., 107 Bank Street (corner of South Auburn) in Grass Valley.
Call 432-8196 or 272-4655 for more information.
April 14 and 15, Haute Trash Presents “An Evening in Paris” at The Center for the Arts, Grass Valley. Tickets are $20 at Love Shack records, Nevada City; Briar Patch, in Grass Valley, or at Mother Truckers, on the San Juan Ridge. Call the center at 271-7000 for information or go to at hautetrash.org online.
– The Union staff
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