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The Miners Foundry Cultural Center has a new whole-house public address system for trade shows and events.

Justin Warwick, of DJ Enterprises in Grass Valley, says “the Foundry is important to Nevada County – a great place for events – we’ve played a number of gigs here, and we wanted to help.”

That help included the donation of subwoofers, power amps, mid and high speakers, crossover boxes and black lights. This, along with a recent purchase of a Mackie sound board, cordless mics and other equipment, make the job of event producers “much, much easier,” according to Carol Herschleb, producer of the annual Artisans Festival.



Warwick is joined by Foggy Mountain Music and Rich Mead of Stage West Tech for technical support. Mead assisted Miners Foundry’s Bub Beebe with setting up the equipment.

Miners Foundry is located at 325 Spring Street in Nevada City and is available for small or large business meetings, conferences and events.




For more information, call 265-5040 or visit http://www.minersfoundry.org.


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