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Film and acting Briefs

The movie “Kilowatt Ours” will be shown at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday and followed by speaker Martin Webb, who will talk about “Your Dollar as a Tool for Energy Change: How to Save It and How to Spend It” at 7:15 p.m. The topic is about renewable energy.

The movie tells the story of how a filmmaker learns to save hundreds of dollars annually on energy bills.

Hosted by Alliance for a Post-Petroleum Local Economy (APPLE of Nevada County), the event will be held at Olympia Glade Community Room, Pappas Drive, Grass Valley, and it is free. Call 265-3014 for more information or go online at http://www.apple-nc.org.



Sunday, artists of Word for Word Performing Arts Company, a program of San Francisco’s Z-space Studio ” the group that just performed in the very successful “Immortal Heart” in Nevada City ” will present an acting workshop for actors, artists, directors, students, parents, performers, teachers, librarians, literature fanatics, theater buffs and anyone interested in the creative expression of the written word.

No acting experience is necessary and it is open to all. The workshop is at the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools, 112 Nevada City Highway, Nevada City, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and costs $75. Contact Jeannie Wong Wood to register at 265-2990 or (916) 551-2921 (during working hours) or e-mail her at wood family@foothill.net. Go online at http://www.zspace.org.


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