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“Heart of Gold’ dinner, ‘Flaming Heart’ show Saturday benefit fire victims

Darcy Lambert's home after it was destoried during the Butte Fire. Lambert is one of the fire victims to benefit from Saturday's dinner and show hosted by Stonehouse Brewery in Nevada City.
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Stonehouse Old Brewery (Nikko Wu) and Open Door Designs (Evan Kelley) are teaming up to offer a fundraiser dinner and show Saturday to benefit recent area fire victims.

The dinner event, “Heart of Gold,” will run 5 to 9 p.m. at Stonehouse, 107 Sacramento St., Nevada City.

The dinner is a chef’s buffet and costs $15. For more information, see http://www.facebook.com/events/764798566963162



The show portion, “Flaming Hearts,” runs from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Haven Underground, 226 Broad St., Nevada City.

Scheduled performers are Dakini, Mr. Rogers, Sharu and Leapin Lygress.




For more information on the show, see http://www.facebook.com/events/931411416924264.

According to Wu, the idea for the two-phased event came from her own close call with the recent You Bet Fire near Rollins Lake, her friend Darcy Lambert’s loss of her home in the Butte Fire and the destruction of Harbin Hot Springs and Middletown in the Valley Fire in Lake County.

“The fire raged into my world and reduced it to ashes,” Lambert said. “We have lost everything.”

According to Wu, Lambert is now homeless with small children and pets.

In addition to the dinner and show, donations of household goods to benefit fire victims will be for sale Saturday on the patio at Stonehouse during the Nevada City Sidewalk Sale. Donations of grocery gift certificates, non-perishable food, tents and sleeping bags will also be collected.

To contact Wu, email info@StonehouseNC.com.


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