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A N D D O CULTURAL CENTERS, MUSIC, ART, WINE TASTING, FUN FOR KIDS The Center for the Arts Center for the Arts Check it out! Located on Main Street, the Center provides a diverse array of programing including music, dance, theatre, film, visual art, comedy, youth education and literature. Featured are nationally recognized artists and the best of local talent performing everything from hip-hop poetry to soul to jazz, country, blues, zydeco and chanting. There is also an impressive offsite series. Past headliners include Arlo Guthrie, Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Storyteller Garrison Keillor is scheduled for October 15. The Center also sponsors the annual California WorldFest (see page 81). Box Office is located at the Center’s entrance, 314 W. Main St. (530) 274-8384; thecenterforthearts.org St. Joseph’s Cultural Center Art Galleries The Center is home to a variety of events including concerts, dances and workshops. Located at 410 S. Church St., it also features an historic rose garden. (530) 272-4725; saintjosephsculturalcenter.org ART WORKS GALLERY: 113 Mill St. The North Star House Completed in 1905, this California Arts and Crafts style home was designed by Julia Morgan, the state’s first woman architect. Built for a noted mining engineer and his author/illustrator wife, The North Star House is listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places. Today, it is a cultural arts center and location for a variety of community events. The house is open to the public during the Nevada County Growers Market (see page 23). Location: 12075 Old Auburn Rd., off McCourtney Road. North Star House Conservancy Events COUSIN JACKS IN THE WILD WEST: June 18, 2:00–4:00 pm. Illustrated lecture by Gary Noy on Cornish impact. COUNTRY HOEDOWN: July 30, 5:30–9:30 pm. Dancing, singing, barbeque. ONE MAN’S JOURNEY: October 22, 2:00–4:00 pm. Illustrated lecture by Gary Noy about John David Borthwick. WHEN MINERS SANG: December 3, 2:00–4:00 pm. Stories about the Cornish choir and recordings of their songs. Information (530) 477-7126; thenorthstarhouse.org 22 N E VA D A C O U N T Y G O L D ARTISTS’ STUDIO IN THE FOOTHILLS (ASIF): 940 Idaho Maryland Rd. CENTER FOR THE ARTS GALLERY: 314 W. Main St. ELLU GALLERY: 342 Idaho Maryland Rd. THE LOUVRE: 124 E. Main St. Tasting Rooms Tasting Rooms Off Hwy. 174 KATOA CELLARS: (530) 272-9463 MONTOLIVA VINEYARDS: (530) 346-6577 SOLUNE WINEGROWERS: (530) 271-0990 WIneries/Vineyards Pages 110–113 Live Music Downtown 151 UNION SQUARE: 151 Mill St. AVANGUARDIA WINE: 163 Mill St. DIEGO’S: 217 Colfax Ave. LUCCHESI WINERY: 128 Mill St. HOLBROOKE HOTEL: 212 W. Main St. SIERRA STARR: 124 W. Main St. SMITH VINEYARD: 142 Mill St. KANE’S LOUNGE: 120 E. Main St. MARIA’S: 226 E. Main St Tasting Rooms Off McCourtney Rd. SMITH WINERY TASTING ROOM: 142 Mill St. BENT METAL WINERY: (530) 559-9533 SUMMER THYME’S: 231 Colfax Ave. Music Pages 82–83 Fun for Kids THE BOOK SELLER: Delightful children’s book room on lower level. Located downtown on Mill Street. MINNIE PARK: Fenced playground at Brighton and Minnie Streets, designed for young children, includes picnic tables. S E E