S E E A N D D O CULTURAL CENTER, THEATRE, MUSIC, ART, WINE TASTING, BREWERIES, FUN FOR KIDS Theatre Miners Foundry Cultural Center Check it out! Miners Foundry Cultural Center Opened in 1855 to repair and replace machinery used in the mining camps, Miners Foundry has an interesting history (page 37). In the 1870s and 80s, Lester Pelton developed and manufactured his revolutionary water wheel at the foundry (page 129). After the turn of the century, everything from ore cars to the Wee Willie juicer and parts for Hoover Dam were produced. Located on Spring Street, Miners Foundry Cultural Center was first used for a performing arts venue in the 1970s. Today, it hosts hundreds of yearly events including concerts, theatre productions and communi- ty fund raisers. The foundry is the site for events such as the Nevada City Dance Festival, the Psychic Fair, Fright Night and the bi-annual Nevada City Craft Fair. Calendar & Information: (530) 265-5040; minersfoundry.org Nevada Theatre With over 150 years of history, the Nevada Theatre is the oldest existing theatre building on the west coast that continues to operate as a theatre. Located at the Top of Broad Street, it serves as a venue for live performances, such as Paul Emery’s Nevada City LIVE, and theatre produced by LeGacy Presents and Sierra Stages. The theatre is also home to a Sunday night film series featuring art house and independent films. (530) 265-6161; nevadatheatre.com 34 N E VA D A C O U N T Y G O L D OFF BROADSTREET: 305 Commercial St. Unique live theatre experience, intimate cabaret setting. Most productions are original musical comedies. Also concert series. See website for schedule, reservations suggested: (530) 265-8686; offbroadstreet.com. Art Walks FIRST FRIDAY WALKS: June 2, July 7, August 4, 5:00–9:00 pm. New theme each month. Food, wine, music. nevadacitychamber.com Art Galleries THE ALEXANDER GALLERY: 225 Broad St. ELIXART: 408 Broad St. LEEANN BROOK FINE ART: 300 Spring St. LILLY VIGIL GALLERY: 214 Broad St. MOUNTAIN TEMPLE GALLERY: 405 Commercial St. PHANEROS GALLERY & CRYSTAL JUNCTION FINE MINERAL GALLERY: 101 Argall Way Tasting Rooms CARRINGTON’S FINE WINES: 242 Commercial St. CLAVEY VINEYARDS: 232 Commercial St. Fun for Kids NEVADA CITY WINERY: 321 Spring St. SZABO VINEYARDS: 316 Broad St. Breweries OL’ REPUBLIC: 124 Argall Way THREE FORKS: 211 Commercial St. Wine & Beer Pages 110-113 Live Music Downtown COOPER’S ALEWORKS: 235 Commercial St. CRAZY HORSE SALOON & GRILL: 230 Commercial St. ELIXART: 408 Broad St. FRIAR TUCKS: 111 N. Pine St. GOLDEN ERA LOUNGE: 309 Broad St. LEFTY’S GRILL: 101 Broad St. MATTEO’S PUBLIC: 300 Commercial St. MCGEE’S ANNEX: 315 Broad St. NATIONAL HOTEL: 211 Broad St. NEVADA CITY CLASSIC CAFE: 216 Broad St. THE HAVEN UNDERGROUND: 226 Broad St. Alexander Gallery THE STONE HOUSE: 107 Sacramento St.. Music Pages 82-83 TOYS & DOLLHOUSE: Popular exhibit at the Firehouse No. 1 Museum. RAILBUS RIDE: Thirty-five minutes round-trip. Nevada County N arrow Gauge Railroad Museum (see page 37). KIDS ZONE: Activities and projects on York Street. Part of First Friday Art Walk (see above).