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Out&About: Tuesday evening events

Tuesday at Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters

Currently on a West Coast tour, the Gorge Trio, Cheval De Frise and Arctic Boys will play instrumental avant-garde rock originals tonight at 8:30 at Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters in Grass Valley. Admission is $5.

Gangsters featured in murder-mystery night



During the next two Tuesdays at Kirby’s Creekside, “The Search for Tetramon” will recreate a Depression-era speakeasy when gangsters and Prohibition were in the daily news.

Movies




For listings and times, visit http://www.theunion.com/movies.

Music

hosted by Jimmy Townsend takes place at Coopers saloon in Nevada City, 8 p.m. No cover. 265-0116.

perform at Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters in Grass Valley, 8 p.m. 11671 Maltman Dr. $5-cover. 477-5282.

performs at Friar Tuck’s in Nevada City, 6:30 p.m. No cover.

Drama

a murder-mystery dinner theatre takes place at Kirby’s Creekside in Nevada City. Murder-mystery night inclues at 6 p.m. champagne reception when the cast of characters is introduced and one of the characters meets an unexpected demise. The action continues with a multi-course dinner, entertainment and the sleuthing talents of the audience to discover the culprit. Admission is $99-per couple for the reception, dinner and show. 477-6634 or 913-2826.

Xtras

with Kate Fingerson, 5-6:30 p.m., St. Joseph’s Cultural Center in Grass Valley. Mixed levels. $8. 478-0422.

an introduction to the basics of belly dance led by Alma Rowe at St. Joseph’s Cultural Center in Grass Valley, 5:30 p.m. $8. 432-3445.

with Sage, beginners 6-7:30 p.m., Center for the Arts in Grass Valley. $10. 478-7297.

continues with “A Force More Powerful (1999)” This six-part series (the first three were shown on July 13 and the remaining three on July 20) tells one of the 20th century’s most important and least-known stories – how nonviolent power overcame oppression and authoritarian rule. In South Africa in 1907, Mohandas Gandhi led Indian immigrants in a nonviolent fight for rights denied them by white rulers. The power that Gandhi pioneered has been used by underdogs on every continent and in every decade of the 20th century, to fight for their rights and freedom. The series will be shown Tuesdays at the Magic Theare in Nevada City, 7:35 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Peace Center of Nevada County. $4-donation. 107 Argall St. 470-9797.


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