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Mark your calendar: Benefits to assist school program, nonprofits

Nov. 2: The Deadbeats play at a benefit concert at Miners Foundry in Nevada City for the Chicago Park School Performing Arts Program, starting at 8 p.m. Buy tickets in advance for $15 general admission at After the Gold Rush Records, 232 Commercial St., Nevada City. Tickets are $20 general admission at the door, $5 for youth 13 and under.

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Nov. 3: Day of Giving takes place from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at NCTV (Comcast Channel 11) and The Imaginarium. All the funds raised will be divided among 31 local nonprofits. The evening concert, new this year, is Jane Rivar, beginning at 7 at the Imaginarium, located at the corner of Ridge Road and Nevada City Highway in Nevada City. Tickets are $10 purchased at the Imaginarium door or at NCTV in advance. Contact Denise Dunlap at 274-8111 or Lew Sitzer at 478-6400, ext. 249 or 250.



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Nov. 3: The Fall has Sprung 12 hour Contra Dance will begin at noon and go to midnight at the Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Building, 255 S. Auburn St. Tickets are $25 at the door. Contact Eric or Lisa at (530) 273-3934 or send an e-mail to foothilldancers@aol.com for more.




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Nov. 3 and 4: The Banner Mountain Artisans Sale takes place at five locations near Banner Lava Cap and Idaho-Maryland Road intersection (follow signs). Twenty-four artisans, all offering handmade wares from jewelry, to art gourds, to gift foods such as truffles to wearable art. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the event is free, rain or shine. See http://www.BannerMountainArtisans.com for details or call 265-0348.

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Nov. 11: Sierra Writers hosts New York Times best-selling lawyer/detective author John Lescroart at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Room of Madelyn Helling Library. Contact Chuck Jaffee at 265 2982 for more information on this free event.

– The Union staff


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