Mark your calendar: Enjoy drumming, beer and blues
July 16 is the beginning of Monday evening (six of them) summer acting classes at The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley: “How to Have Fun at Auditions” and “Mastering Monologues.” For more information or to register, call (530) 274-8384, ext. 14; e-mail email@example.com; go online at http://www.thecenterforthearts.org; or visit the Center’s box office at 314 W. Main St., Grass Valley, Tues.-Sat. 12-7 p.m.
July 20 Afro dance and drumming by Nigerian born African mystic Onye Onyemaechi is happening at St. Joseph’s Cultural Center in Grass Valley at 7:30 p.m. This artist has taught his unique style at colleges and universities; indeed, he has an MBA in international business from the Boston College School of Management. Tickets for $15 will be sold at the door. Call (530) 559-5959 or go online at http://www.villagerhythms.com.
Aug. 3 and 4 The 12th Annual Mammoth Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza will feature The Fabulous Thunderbirds, legendary bluesman Charlie Musselwhite and The Tommy Castro Band. Friday night is blues and barbecue; Saturday is beer and the Bluesapalooza. Contact (888) 992-7397 or visit http://www.MammothBluesBrewsFest.com for more information and tickets. Mammoth Lakes is in the Eastern High Sierra off Highway 395.
Aug. 8 The Nevada County Fair opens for a five-day run at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley. The theme this year is “Pirates of the Barnyard.” For details on special admission price packages, events and schedules go online at http://www.nevadacountyfair.com or call (530) 273-6217.
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