Bear River spaghetti feed helps Grad Night
In preparation for Grad Night 2014, Bear River High School is hosting a spaghetti feed between 5 and 8:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at Strings Italian Restaurant. Cost for a meal is $8 and includes roll, salad and drink. Help keep our kids safe after graduation.
Small farm and garden forum
A panel discussion, “Livestock on your Homestead,” with Eric Dickerson and Brad Fowler is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Rough and Ready Grange, next to the new fire station at 14550 Rough and Ready Highway. Park in back.
Panelists will discuss and answer questions about selecting, raising, feeding, housing, protecting and fencing goats, sheep and other livestock on the homestead. For information, contact Ann Driver at 530-432-8977. Admission is free to farmers, gardeners and “wannabees.”
Annual fall diaper appeal
In the month of October, the Nevada County Diaper Project makes an effort to collect enough funds and diapers to keep the shelves stocked through the upcoming holiday season.
We are presently distributing 4,000 diapers per month through six agencies throughout the county. The diaper project does not receive any government funding or grants and counts on community support to meet our needs.
Donations can be mailed to P. O. Box 912, Penn Valley, CA 95946, or packages of diapers can be dropped off at Pampered Earth, 124 S. Auburn St., or Interfaith Food Ministry, 551 Whiting St., in Grass Valley.
We also need help packaging diapers for distribution. This could be done in your home at your convenience and only requires a day or two per month. For information, contact Cathy at 530-432-1974.
For information on the distribution centers, visit http://nevadacountydiaper project.org.
Hypnotherapist to host open house
Nevada City hypnotherapist Marge Kaiser, MA, CHT, will be hosting an open house from 10 to 3 p.m. Oct. 26 at 123 Nevada St. in the Old Charles Marsh House, Nevada City. Kaiser will give a presentation at 2 p.m. entitled “Five Techniques for Managing Stress During the Holidays.”
For information, call 530-265-6649. No fee; donations welcome.
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