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Oh, the Fab Four concert Thursday was dynamite. Some highlights: A woman marching around waving a huge Union Jack flag; screaming teens, especially when a tee-shirt of the band was thrown to them; a sea of luminescent cell phones waving in time to “Imagine ” by “John Lennon “; folks of all ages shaking their booties to “Hard Day’s Night” and “Twist and Shout”; a Sergeant Pepper costume change and Nevada City’s very own Beatles expert, Jake Michaels introducing the act. What a night! Guesstimate of attendees: 2,400.

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The world drumming Saturday night at St. Joseph’s was electrifying. Impossible to sit down; had to be moving. Heard through the grapevine that this gem of a cultural center didn’t make enough to pay all its insurance premiums, so if you feel inclined, give money (contact Joseph Guida at 272-4725).



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Yuba art class, a 4-day day camp for children 8-11 (July 7-10), offers water color instruction plus a service project. Contact Miriam Limov at SYRCL (530-265-5961 ext. 201 or miriam@syrcl.org) with questions.




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Have you reserved your campsite yet at the “Scotts Flat Lake Blues Jam & Campout “? If not, call the campground at 265-5302. If you want more info about this event, call Thom Myers pronto at 268-9166.

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Visit http://www.worldfest.net to see and hear all the artists who will perform July 17-20.

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Sharon Berman, a grandmother from Grass Valley read Sandi Wilson’s book about a teen and her llama, “Danny & Gypsy, ” and said, “I so wished I had this wonderful book to read to my children when they went through a terrible loss … My grandchildren loved it. “The book teaches young people and adults alike that if you help others it can help your own pain. Find out more at http://www.sandiwilson.org.

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If you want to see some colorful, upbeat art, go to http://www.betsy

lombard.com. It’s fun.

– Pam Jung, pjung@theunion.com; (530) 477-4232.


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