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How to submit calendar notices to the Prospector

Gone are the days when a scribbled note sufficed for a calendar notice. The days are here for sending in listings via e-mail. The new directions are quick, easy and lend themselves to accuracy-all good things.

What your e-mail should include: A Know & Go, which includes What (the name of the event; your name), When (day of week, date, time), Where (full address, such as Friar Tucks, 111 N. Pine St., Nevada City), Admission (cover or ticket price) and Information (who the public can contact, including phone number, e-mail, Web site). If you are a musician playing at a bar, tell us what kind of music it is. If you are an artist hanging a show, tell us the medium (acrylics) and type (portraits).

E-mail your information to:

By when: 5 p.m the Friday before your event takes place (or earlier).

What happens if you fax in a notice or bring in a hand-written piece of paper? Frankly, we can’t guarantee it will get in. That’s not a good thing for you or us. So, please, do it the way we suggest, and we’ll all be happy.

Should you need to speak to someone, that person is Amanda Rogerson at 477-4203.

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