Crystal has “a voice like dirt and diamonds.” Her music is intended to bring a positive message of love and light to the world – things that folks will be able to take with them on their own journey, so that they, too, can feel truly alive.
Jim Kweskin, founder of the legendary 1960s Jim Kweskin Jug Band, joins delightfully engaging and unassumingly comic, Meredith Axelrod, for an evening of folk-americana finger-picking delight at The Foothills Event Center. Opening is Paul Emery & Peter Wilson.
Join us for a night under the stars at North Star House. Rupa and the April Fishes has a NEW RELEASE! Opening: Grease Grit and Grime
The best-known remedy for the doldrums is dancing. It’s a simple recipe: pry yourself from the couch, shake off the dust, put on your dancing shoes and get moving! The Center for the Arts will soon be the place to groove to the music, with a dance floor made of beech and room enough for 725 dancers. Whether you’re into dancing cheek-to-cheek or shaking it, be prepared to cut loose with your main squeeze or swing a new partner on the floor. Jitterbug, tango, twist, twerk, cha cha, hip hop, salsa, samba, breakdance, waltz – whatever your preferred dance style – come strut your stuff at The Center in fall 2019. Get ready to dance the night away or bop ‘til you drop! By becoming a Next Stage Crew member, you can help us keep the spirit of dance alive in our community. Come dance with us! Bigger dance floor!Read More
Public art brings people together, sparks discussion and interaction, and generates involvement in the community. In short, art celebrates community. The Center for the Arts is part of a broader community that makes Nevada County a special place to live, work, and visit. Supporting The Center is a great way to get involved and actively participate in this extraordinary community. It’s been exciting to watch the landscape of our community change over the past year. In downtown Grass Valley, new businesses have opened: Cake Bakery & Cafe, Watershed at the Owl, MeZé Eatery, Element + Loft, The Pour House, to name a few; and well-established businesses, such as Lola and Jack (formerly Junk in the Trunk), Serendipity, and Brew Bakers have moved around the corner or across the street. These changes enrich and enliven our community. In fall 2019, the highly anticipated opening of the newly renovated Center for theRead More