Vol. 2, No. 5
Community Events & Area Savings
• Nevada City Mardi Gras
• Maria Mulduar Performs
• GV Chamber Turns 100
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Notes from the FMP Staff . . .
Duane Strawser is the winner of the Elza Kilroy
ongratulations go out
to our own Mary Rist. Award for outstanding community service. Strawser
She is the recipient of is the owner of Tour of Nevada City Bicycle Shop.
the Foothills Pat and Diane Dyer are the winners of the Stan Hall
Marketplace/Auburn Trader Architectural Award for renovations of their store
Employee of the Year Award Utopian Stone. Dan Reinhart garners the New
given out at the recent Construction Award for his stone masonry work that
Company employee appreci- is seen all around Nevada City and Tom Taylor is the
ation party. Mary “works the phones” in our tele- winner of the of the Dr. Leland and Sally Lewis
marketing department and the Company’s classified Performing Arts Award for his work in local theatre
ads. The Penn Valley resident has been with productions. The award winners will be recognized
Foothills Marketplace owner Brehm on January 30th at the Nevada City Chamber
Communications, Inc. for over 14 years working Installation Dinner.
with the former Grass Valley Trader, the Auburn Former Nevada Union Miner
Trader and various other Brehm owned area news- football player Spencer Havner
papers. Fellow FMP staffers say, “Job well done had a roller coaster ride of emo-
Mary!” tions in a recent NFL playoff
game. The NFL rookie caught a
late fourth quarter touchdown
pass to tie the game with Phoenix
only to watch the Cardinals
A tip of the FMP hat goes out to the winners of the return a fumble for the winning
Nevada City Chambers “2009 Achievement Awards.” score in overtime. Havner played for NU before
heading to UCLA.
PUBLIC NOTICE Speaking of NU football, the 2009 Sac Joaquin
champs were honored by both the Grass Valley and
Nevada City city councils at their respective meet-
Manufactures LIST PRICES ings January 12th and 13th. The Miners finished the
on our FIREPLACES season 13-1.
Chocoholics rejoice! The 5th Annual A Taste of
& STOVES are always Chocolate is coming to Old Town Auburn on, when
else, Valentines Day Sunday,
MARKED DOWN February 14th from noon until
up to 20% EVERYDAY 3:00pm. Admission price is $20.00 as
it is a fundraiser for the American
GAS•WOOD•PELLET•HEATERS Association of University Women
(AAUW). Over 25 merchants and
restaurants will have special treats available such as
Cherry Cordials, Chocolate Covered Oreos,
Chocolate Biscotti, Warm Bittersweet Chocolate
FOXFIRE STOVES Cake, Fudge, Chocolate Mocha Cheese Cake,
Raspberry Truffle Brownies, Chocolate Fondue and
Chocolate Croissants, just to name a few. For more
Discount Fireplaces & Stoves information, visit www.oldtownauburnca.com.
760 S. Auburn, Village Center, GV • 272-1878 The next FMP will be arriving in your mail on
February 25th. Have a great month.
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Chamber to celebrate first 100 years
he Grass Valley- Nevada County Chamber of
Commerce is turning 100 years old. On
Thursday, February 4th a gala celebration will
be held at the Holiday Inn Express in Grass Valley
with many former Presidents of the Chamber in
attendance. The evening’s celebration will include
cocktails beginning at 6:00pm with dinner to follow
at 7:00pm. In addition, John Driscoll and Jan Kopp,
owners of Off Broad Street theater, will present a
sneak preview of a play they wrote which will begin
10 00 its run in late February at Off Broad Street in Nevada
City. Cost for the evening activities is $45.00.
EQUIPMENT RENTALS Current Chamber members should have received
their invitations. For more information or to make
273-0064 OFF reservations contact the Grass Valley, Nevada County
Chamber at 273-4667.
The Grass Valley-Nevada County Chamber is an
ANY RENTAL organization of the business community which
302 Railroad Ave., Grass Valley operates to promote responsible balanced economic
Not to be combined
www.gold-n-green.com with other offers. growth, provide quality service to members,
Open 7 days enhance visitor services and activities and to market
the community as a business, recreational, industri-
al and agricultural site. Yearly membership fees are
PIONEER MOTORS based on a businesses number of employees with
rate structures also available for Not for Profit and
2003 Ford 2002 Ford private individuals.
Taurus SE Windstar LX According to Chamber President Mary Ann
Sedan Minivan Mueller the Grass Valley, Nevada County Chamber
8,998 30K miles $
9,998 22K miles currently has around 550 members (a complete list-
ing of members can be found at on their web site
ONE OWNER. VIN#210414 ONE OWNER. VIN#A72215
listed below). According to the Chamber web site,
2005 Ford 2003
Focus ZX-3 B&C True Value Home Center of Grass Valley holds
Chevy the honors of being the longest running member at
Hatchback Blazer LS
$ 67 years.
9,998 32 MPG $
10 , 998 4x4 They have resided at their current 243 Mill Street
ONE OWNER. VIN#157190 ONE OWNER. VIN#160377 location (pictured) since the mid-1980s in the com-
2002 Ford 2008 pletely renovated, historic Lola Montez House. Over
Explorer Nissan the course of its 100 years the Chamber has had
XLT Versa many Grass Valley locations including the Union
11,998 33 MPG Building on Mill Street. There is no record of were
the first Chamber office was located. Mueller’s spec-
ONE OWNER. VIN#B95915 ONE OWNER. VIN#386037
2006 Chevy ulation is that early Chamber members would sim-
2005 Ford ply meet at various area business locations. She said
Mustang V6 Silverado
Premium Coupe 1500 the earliest know Grass Valley Chamber Banquet was
Extended Cab held in February 1916, the cost of the meal was 75
12,998 5 Speed $
13,998 33K miles cents.
ONE OWNER. VIN#144024 ONE OWNER. VIN#272057 To learn more about the Grass Valley-Nevada
Vehicles and prices subject to prior sale
County Chamber of Commerce contact them at 273-
1611 E. Main St., Grass Valley • 477-1000 www.pioneermotors.com 4667 or visit www.grassvalleychamber.com
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Nevada City loves
Mardi Gras! Gras Masquerade Ball in historic Miners Foundry at
his year on Valentine’s Day, cupid will be
sporting more than just diapers and a bow and 325 Spring Street. The masquerade ball runs from 8
arrow. He will be wearing strings of beads and pm to midnight and features dancing to the live
eating Moon Pies as Nevada City’s Mardi Gras shares southern rock of the Holcomb Brothers Band.
his weekend of love. On February 13th and 14th Mardi Gras costumes are encouraged but not
gaily masked characters, pirates, Cajun cookin’ and required. Traditional Cajun food will be available,
midwinter fun come to the Sierra foothills as Mardi including Cajun sausage sandwiches, chicken and
Gras 2010 will be celebrated with Old West style. sausage gumbo, Manuale prawns, southern style
This year’s 18th annual celebration kicks off on cole slaw, red beans and rice and bread pudding.
Saturday night February 13th with the annual Mardi Beads, masks and official T-shirts will be available
The Origins of Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras in New Orleans is actually part of a
longer “Carnival” season. The New Orleans
Carnival season, with roots in preparing for the
start of the Christian season of Lent, starts after
Twelfth Night, January 6th, and concludes the 12
Days of Christmas. It is a season of parades, balls,
parties and at one time “coming out” parties for
young women at debutante balls. Celebrations are
concentrated for about two weeks before and
through Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras in French), the
day before Ash Wednesday.
Mardi Gras was brought to Louisiana by early or all major parades,
French settlers. The first record of the celebration especially during the
is in 1699 as part of an observance of Catholic American Civil War,
practice. The starting date of festivities in New World War I and World
Orleans is unknown but written history notes that War II, New Orleans has
in 1743 the custom of Carnival balls was already always celebrated
established. In 1833 Bernard Xavier de Marigny de Carnival. 1972 was the
Mandeville, a rich plantation owner of French last year in which large
descent, raised money to fund an official Mardi parades went through the narrow streets of the
Gras celebration with the first Mardi Gras parade city’s old French Quarter neighborhood due to
held in 1857. larger floats, huge crowds and safety concerns.
While war, economic, political, and weather Major parades now take place outside the Quarter,
conditions sometimes led to cancellation of some especially on the wider Canal Street.
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for purchase. Masquerade www.nevadacitychamber.com.
ball tickets are $10.00 in advance and, if available, On Sunday, February 14th, Nevada City’s Broad
$15.00 at the door. This event usually sells out so Street becomes a Northern California version of New
advance tickets are highly recommended. A no- Orleans’ Bourbon Street as merry spectators fill the
host bar will be available and admission is offered downtown historic district for the annual Mardi Gras
only to those 21 and older. For Mardi Gras parade. The family fun parade will move down
Masquerade Ball tickets and information contact the Broad Street beginning at 2 p.m. Colorfully masked
Nevada City Chamber of Commerce at 132 Main Continued on page 8
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WHO IS BACK IN TOWN,
BERTUCCIO Mardi Gras
Continued from page 7
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MARKETPLACE Communit y Calendar
FEBRUARY IS: Low Vision This month’s sale features older Nothing quite like watching
Awareness Month, American Heart collectible books and books about thousands of folks on Broad Street
Month, Bake for Family Fun movies and television. Thousands begging for beads (see page 6).
Month, Black History Month, of paperback and hardback books
Boost Self-Esteem Month, Cherry are included. Call 265-1407 or visit Feb 13: Rough and Ready Grange
Month, Children’s Dental Health email@example.com. Breakfast, 8:00am to 10:00am.
Month, Expect Success Month, Fruit Jar Pickers will perform...after
Laugh-Friendly Month, Library Feb. 12: Valentine’s Dinner for getting fed.
Lovers’ Month, Mend a Broken adults 50 and older, featuring live
Heart Month, Pet Dental Health music and door prizes. All proceeds Feb 15: Presidents’ Day,
Month, Pull Your Sofa Off of the will be donated to the Hospitality Washington or Lincoln...your choice
Wall Month, Return Shopping House of Western Nevada County, a (see page 15).
Carts to the Supermarket Month, community shelter for the homeless.
Spunky Old Broads Month, Sweet Cost is $15.00 per person. The Feb 17: Ash Wednesday
Potato Month, Time Management dinner is sponsored by the Twin
Month, Weddings Month, Youth Cities Church Empty Nesters. Feb 21: Penn Valley Firefighters
Leadership Month. LinQ Buffet Chinese restaurant in Breakfast. 7:30am -11:00am at the
Grass Valley will be the location. Spenceville Road Firehouse.
Jan 31: A Wedding Affair for All Space is limited so early ticket
Seasons, Miners Foundry, 325 purchase is suggested. For Every Sunday: Rough and Ready
Spring Street, Nevada City. The information or ticket purchase Fruit Jar Pickers perform from
Miners Foundry is transformed into contact Twin City Church at 10:00am to noon. It is bluegrass,
seasonal rooms that become a www.tccfamily.com or 273-6425 country, and gospel songs in the
showcase of wedding vendors and during office hours or at the church abandoned service station known as
workshops. The event runs from site at 11726 Rough and Ready the “Opry House.” Performances
11:00am to 4:00pm with free Highway, Grass Valley. are free.
admission. Workshop times and
more information can be obtained Feb 14: The 5th Annual A Taste of Coming up March 6: Foothills
by visiting www.minersfoundry.org. Chocolate, Old Town Auburn from Celebration “A Unique Tasting
noon until 3:00pm. Admission price Experience” will take place in
Feb 2: Groundhog Day, six more is $20.00 as it is a fundraiser for the downtown Grass Valley. Vendor
weeks of winter or early spring? American Association of University space is currently available. Contact
Your hopes rest with a ground Women (AAUW). Over 25 Julie at the Grass Valley Downtown
dwelling rodent who suffers from a merchants and restaurants will have Association by calling 272-8315 or
serve overbite. By the way, special treats available such as visit www.historicgrassvalley.com.
groundhogs are also known as Cherry Cordials, Chocolate
woodchucks. So, how much wood Covered Oreos, Chocolate Biscotti, To include your event in the
does a woodchuck chuck if a Warm Bittersweet Chocolate Cake, Community Calendar, send
woodchuck could chuck wood? Fudge, Chocolate Mocha Cheese your information to
cake, Raspberry Truffle Brownies, foothillsmarketplace@
Feb 6: Monthly Book Sale Chocolate Fondue to Chocolate goldcountrymedia.com.
sponsored by The Friends of the Croissants, just to name a few. For Deadline for the February 25th
Nevada County Libraries. Hours more information, visit issue is February 9th. This is a free
are 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Doris www.oldtownauburnca.com service to non-profit
Foley Historical Library, 211 N. organizations.
Pine Street, Nevada City. Most Feb 13 & 14: Mardi Gras
books cost between 25¢ and $3.00. celebration in Nevada City.
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So why do we celebrate Presidents’ Day in February?
onday February 15th is Presidents’ Holiday Act with
Presidents’ Day, a day off Day kind of start- the purpose of
for many as it is a federal ed in 1880 when not to honor any
holiday. But why do we celebrate Washington’s particular
our leaders in February? Is it Birthday was President, but to
because our first President, declared a feder- honor the office
George Washington was born on of the
February 22nd? Add to that, one Presidency. The
of the countries favorite former name Presidents’
presidents, Abraham Lincoln, was al holiday only Day, while still
born on February 12th. Of the 44 in Washington, not an act of
men who have held the office of DC. It was the Congress,
the Presidency only two others first federal holi- became popular
were born in February, William day to honor an in the mid-
Henry Harrison (Feb. 9th) and American citi- 1980’s when
California’s own Ronald Reagan zen. In 1885 it was expanded by advertisers
(Feb 6th). Maybe we should cele- Congress to include all federal started using
brate Presidents’ Day in October, offices in the country. In 1968 the term. It was
the month with the most presi- Congress voted down a measure especially popular with furniture
dential birthdays with six. June that would rename the day stores and auto dealerships. And
and September would be out of Presidents’ Day. On January 1, the name stuck. Today the name
the running as they each feature 1971, the federal holiday was Presidents’ Day has been accept-
only one. shifted to the third Monday in ed by most citizens, states and
February by the Uniform Monday makers of calendars.
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“Midnight at the On the
Grass Valley Oasis” Foothills Stage
Feb 11: Cyrano de Bergerac,
Folk-Blues singer presented by Paul Emery
Maria Muldaur will
Productions of Nevada City. It’s
be making a visit to
Grass Valley on the classic tale of an individual
Saturday, February 6 whose long nose serves him as a
at the Center for the burden and motivator. Directed
Arts. The concert by John Deaderick and Theo
begins at 8:00pm Black, who also star in leading
with tickets prices at roles, the play features 21 local
$22.00 advanced and actors and 40 parts. Deaderick
$25.00 at the door. spent several months editing,
There are also a lim- rewriting and condensing the original 1906 classic.
ited number of VIP
Performances are on Thursdays, Fridays and
tickets available for
$35.00 with include Saturdays. Ticket information and show times are
reserves seating, VIP lounge and one free drink available by calling the Nevada Theater at 478-1974.
ticket. Tickets can be purchased online at The Nevada Theater is located at 401 Broad Street in
www.thecenterforhtearts.org or at the box office Nevada City.
at 314 West Main Street in Grass Valley.
Muldaur is best known for her 1974 hit song Feb 12: SambaDA. Musically uniting the Americas,
“Midnight at the Oasis.” She began her career in drawing from percussion-based styles of South and
the early 1960s as Maria D’Amato, performing Central American samba
with John Sebastian and Dave Grisman of the and salsa, and blending
Even Dozen Jug Band. She then joined Jim Weskit
them with the funk and
& His Jug Band as a featured vocalist and occa-
sional violinist. During this time, she was part of reggae beats familiar to
the Greenwich Village scene that included Bob crowds of North America.
Dylan. Some of her recollections of that period, The entire band has
particularly with respect to Dylan, appear in the developed a unique musi-
2005 documentary film “No Direction Home.” cal style with a universal appeal. The septet has con-
She married fellow Jug Band member Geoff quered the club and festival circuit with its wildly
Muldaur. After the Weskit group broke up the explosive Carnival-like performances. The band is
two produced two albums. She began her solo known for its high-energy percussion, danceable
career when their marriage ended in 1972 but grooves and visually dynamic show. Visit www.min-
retained her married name. Her first solo album
ersfoundry.org for tickets and show time informa-
“Maria Moldaur,” released in 1973, contained
“Midnight at the Oasis” which climbed to num- tion.
ber six on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1974. Around
this time Muldaur established a relationship with Feb 13: Fred Eaglesmith. An award-winning and
the Grateful Dead and their family, opening for acclaimed music auteur of the highest order,
some Grateful Dead shows in the summer of Eaglesmith has forged a singular and distinctive
1974. Her 2005 release Sweet Lovin’ Ol’ Soul was legacy with his songs, recordings, and
nominated for both a W.C. Handy Award and a live performances. He has done so as
Grammy award in the Traditional Blues Category. a fiercely independent and original
She continues to record music in the traditions of artist through the sheer power of his
folk music including her most recent release
music. He has released 17 albums
entitled “Maria Muldaur and Her Garden of Joy”,
a jug band album that features old friends John over the last three decades, many on
Sebastian, Taj Mahal and Dave Grisman. his own label, and has consistently
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evoked critical raves while being compared to a ing to and learning from her new and continuing
broad blue-ribbon list of musical icons. Visit heroes Herbie Hancock, Bill Evans, Thelonious
www.centerforthearts.org for tickets and show time Monk, and other greats. In those days there were no
information. jazz courses at U.C. Berkeley, so she decided to stop
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Feb 14: Mads Tolling. This internationally renowned piano. Poryes has recorded a new quartet CD,
violinist, violist, and composer is a member of the “Catch Your Breath,” which will be released on
two time Grammy Award-Winning Turtle Island Origin Records in March. The new recording features
Quartet. As a soloist, he regularly tours as jazz violin- four new original compositions in addition to
ist with the acclaimed bassist Debbie’s imaginative arrangements of standards.
Stanley Clarke and his touring Visit www.centerforthearts.org for tickets and show
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own group, Mads Tolling Quartet.
His latest recording, “The Feb 21: Robert Thies and
Playmaker” released in the fall of Roberto Cani. This piano and
2009, features bass legend Stanley violin duo performed separately
Clarke and jazz greats Russell in the past to rave reviews. Now
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www.centerforthearts.org for tick- performances to even higher levels. This concert
ets and show time information. was originally schedule in January but had to be
rescheduled due to scheduling conflicts. The con-
Feb 19: Nine-8th Irish CD Release Party. This highly cert will take place at the Seventh Day Adventist
acclaimed Sacramento band is celebrating the Church, 12889 Osborne Hill Drive in Grass Valley.
release of their second CD entitled “Out on the Visit www.tcca.net for tickets and show time infor-
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