Now that the 2016 Summer Olympics have concluded, I’m reflecting on the entertaining sports that I had never seen played at a competitive level and thoroughly enjoyed watching during the games (shout out to rugby sevens and handball). So this peaked my interest about Pickleball. If badminton and canoe sprinting can make it into the… Read More ›
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Can we say, “Merry Christmas to YOU?” My friends at InnSide Nevada City Blog have put together a fabulous end-of-the-year basket that is full of 67 fun, yummy, and creative gifts. Get all the details and enter to win the GIVEAWAY valued at $2,300. My summer camp for grown-ups, Camp Yakuhmamia, is excited to be a prize! Now who doesn’t want… Read More ›
My life has a couple threads running through it: I am a camper. I am an event planner. I’ve spent my life camping; first as a kid with my family, then with groups of friends, then with my own family. I went on to go camping with my girlfriends, with my couple friends, with… Read More ›
Musicians, artists, DJ’s, and Art. Two more Friday’s to enjoy the merriment: September 4th and October 2nd.
Aroma Catering’s BBQ competition team, Charlie Dawgs, will be at the Grill ‘N’ Grilles Backyard BBQ event tomorrow at the Western Gateway Park in Penn Valley. The event starts at 11 a.m. and tasting (we’re up for People’s Award) will begin at noon. In addition to great BBQ, there will be a disc golf tourney,… Read More ›
Celebrating Nevada City’s diverse mix of galleries, artisan boutiques, retail shops, wine tasting rooms, restaurants, as well as live music, is the monthly First Friday Artwalk. Tonight’s theme is “Circus” and it’s bound to be a festive evening, beginning at 5:00 pm. The band MAU will rock the Boardwalk Stage at 8:00 pm. To see… Read More ›
Who needs a studio when you have a serene and beautiful mountain lake? Who needs a yoga mat when you have a paddle board? Put the two together and you have the fastest growing outdoor activity, SUP Yoga, also known as stand up paddle board yoga. In Nevada City, nestled among the pines on Lower Scotts… Read More ›