The Sierra Nevada Chapter of American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
We will be hosting a open assembly during 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Apr 22 during Valentina’s Organic Bistro and Bakery, 841 Sutton Way (at a dilemma Sutton and Brunswick) in Grass Valley. The newly-formed internal territory is now focusing on remoteness and notice issues, drug process reform, women’s equality, military militarization and Americans with disabilities issues. Community members are speedy to attend. The ACLU is a nonpolitical classification that seeks to form a collaborative partnership with adults and internal officials, by opening dialogues over issues of regard and seeking reasonable solutions together. The ACLU of California is ancillary a vicious new check — a bipartisan California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA) — to refurbish remoteness laws and strengthen electronic information. Passing CalECPA will make certain military go to a decider to obtain a aver before accessing understanding information, including information from devices, emails, digital documents, content messages and plcae information, with exceptions for legitimate rapist investigations.
For some-more information, revisit a new Facebook page during ACLU Northern Sierra, revisit a website during http://ACLUnosierra.org or email ACLUnorthernsierra@gmail.com.
Early Risers Toastmasters
We change a lives of members by providing a guided and understanding environment. This Tuesday morning’s assembly was all about embracing change. Members churned it adult by enlivening impetuosity caring purpose appearance and enjoyed 3 moving “off a cuff” speeches. Early Risers saw a lapse of newly inducted member Evan Smith and welcomed a organisation of 2 guests. Every assembly is open to all. Guests and members are afforded a eventuality to pronounce quickly during meetings. Members proffer to attend in several structured rotating caring roles. This allows members to grasp personal and veteran open communication goals during their elite pace. Leadership training is also an critical partial of Toastmaster’s philosophy. Every assembly includes speeches presented by Toastmaster bar members. Evaluators yield certain feedback as good as an eventuality for alleviation by enlivening suggestions. The Apr 14, 2015 Toastmasters assembly famous particular Toastmasters by providing a following commendations for participation: For some-more information greatfully call 530-273-9777.
Best Speech: Judy Nichols for her debate “Sorry I’m Late.”
Best Evaluator: Anne King.
Best Table Topics: MaryJane Huenergardt.
California Retired Teachers – Nevada County Division
We will accommodate on Monday, May 4 during a Alta Sierra Country Club. The module underline will be BINGO. If we are a late clergyman and wish to attend, hit Bonnie Bennett during 530-615-4252. C alRTA is a statewide classification whose primary purpose is to lift and strengthen a advantages of late educators and support open education. The multiplication meets 5 times a year with a luncheon and a orator or module relations to STRS members. For membership information hit Carol Siver during 530-272-4132.
Sierra Singles Club
Our bar for comparison singles meets on a second Wednesday of a month during 1:30 p.m. in a dining room of a Community Center, 841 Old Tunnel Road. Come and collect adult a calendar of events, including dining out, attending movies, plays and other internal events. For information, hit Shirley Maylett during 530-273-5637.
The Craft Guild of Nevada County
We are open to all artisans meddlesome in pity their qualification with others and in offering handmade equipment locally. To learn about what these crafters and artisans are doing, check out a Guild Blog. during CraftGuildNevadaCountyBlogSpot.com or craftguildnevadacounty.org.
Our meetings start during 6 p.m. a final Tuesday of a month during a Superintendent of Schools Office, 112 Nevada City Hwy., Nevada City.
The Guild is carrying theThird Spring Craft Faire located in a parking lot of The Union journal from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 2. There will be a giveaway sketch for a $50 present certificate donated by Ben Franklin.
Participating are many internal artisans with an array of domestic items. Make your Mothers Day present purchases from a many pleasing choices.
Please move a can of food to present to a Interfaith Food Ministries.
Gold Country Community Services
Special interjection to Gianni Rome and Ken White for stuffing in during a final minute. Their stylish song done Friendship Wednesday in a Gold Country Senior Cafe really special.
Lunch is served weekdays during noon. The suggested concession is usually $3 per dish for seniors 60+, and on Wednesdays, diners can suffer fine, internal entertainment. Next week we’ll be portion homemade Beef Stroganoff, Finger Lickin’ Chicken, Fish and Chips, Chicken Dijon and Cube Steak with Mushroom Sauce. Reservations and nearing a few mins early are rarely recommended.
For reservations, information about a services, classes and activities – as good as engaging proffer opportunities – call 530-273-4961. Reception is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and we’re located in a Nevada City Senior Apartments, 841 Old Tunnel Rd., Grass Valley. For serve details, revisit http://www.goldcountryservices.org.
Health Care for All – CA
We have a internal Nevada County territory operative to move universal, single-payer health caring to all Californians (Improved Medicare for All). Did we know that this Jul 30 Medicare will spin 50 years old? Come to a subsequent assembly and assistance us devise a celebration. We’ll accommodate Saturday, Apr. 18 (and a third Saturday of any month) during 11 a.m. during Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters/Tomes, 671 Maltman Dr., Grass Valley. This assembly is open to a public, and newcomers are welcome. For some-more information call Bob during 530-274-3989 or email email@example.com.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Association
Members of a North Gold Country Association of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority are formulation a Spring assembly and private debate of a North Star House, designed in 1905 by a eminent designer Julia Morgan (California’s initial lady architect). The debate will start during 10 a.m. on Apr 29, followed with lunch during Bistro 221 in Nevada City. All instituted Kappa’s are invited. Call Julie during 530-477-5707 or Ruth during 530-885-8201 by Apr. 25 for automobile pooling , lunch reservations and directions.
Sierra Wine and Grape Growers Association (SWGGA)
If we are meddlesome in flourishing grapes, creation wine, booze tasting or training about booze in general, greatfully join us for cheese and crackers during a monthly meetings. You do not have to be a grower or winemaker to join a group! We have fascinating speakers during a meetings deliberating subjects like vineyard management, winemaking or critiquing wine. We have a summer picnic, a holiday celebration any year and comment an educational grant to a internal student.
For some-more information about SWGGA, revisit http://www.swgga.org.
High Sierra Corvette Club
If we are meddlesome in Corvette runs, amicable events, food, laugher, racing events, and all around automobile bar fun, afterwards High Sierra Corvette Club has something to offer you. Our bar meetings are reason monthly on a third Thursday during Apple Alley Cafe, located during a Brunswick “Y” on Colfax Highway. The meetings start during 6:30 p.m. Arrive early for amicable hour or if we wish to eat before a meeting. All Corvette enthusiasts are invited to attend a meetings and see what we are all about! For some-more information, greatfully revisit http://www.highsierracorvettes.org or call Jay Jacobsen during 530-477-5003.
American Association of University Women
The Nevada County bend of a American Association of University Women will horde a giveaway row contention on Apr 18 exploring issues associated to women operative in today’s universe and privately in Nevada County. The contention will be led by row members Alison Lehman, partner county executive officer, Nevada County; Debbie Plass, clamp boss of operations, Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, Dignity Health; Hilary Hodge, executive director, Sierra Commons; and Kathleen A. Taylor, Ph.D. professor, Psychology Department chair, Women Gender Studies Department, Sierra College. As partial of a discussion, they will share their personal and veteran observations and experiences.
The assembly will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Apr 18 during Peace Lutheran Church, 828 West Main Street, Grass Valley. The module starts during 10 a.m. and is giveaway and open to everyone. AAUW membership is open to people with an associate, baccalaureate or aloft grade from a competent educational institution. For people meddlesome in participating in bend seductiveness groups and other activities, though who have not had a eventuality to finish a degree, a Nevada County Branch offers “Friends of AAUW” membership. For some-more than 75 years, a AAUW Nevada County Branch has been essay to allege equity for women and girls by advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. For some-more information, revisit http://www.nevadacounty-ca.aauw.net or call 530-470-9395.
Nevada City Inner Wheel Club
Inner Wheel District 519 reason their Annual Founder’s Day Luncheon in Feb during a North Ridge Country Club in Fair Oaks, Calif. The guest orator this year was a initial target to accept a myoelectric palm from a IWUSA Foundation who reserve top myoelectric limbs for needy children ages birth to eighteen years. He spoke to us about flourishing adult with his prong and a practice he had and also relayed his appreciation to a Foundation. He’s a grown immature male now and intent to be married. He introduced his fiancée who was attended a luncheon with him. Our list decorations were geared to a opposite organizations that a clubs support. One of a newer members, Sharron Koslosky, who is a really glorious quilter, done a heavenly sock gorilla core square for a table. The core square was presented to a KARE Crisis Nursery that is one of a organizations we assistance support. Call Carole Johnson, 530-265-6989 for any information about a club.
Nevada County Republican Women Federated
State Board of Equalization (BOD) First District inaugurated deputy George Runner will be a keynote orator during a Apr 21 assembly of Nevada County Republican Women Federated (NCRWF). The assembly starts during noon during Alta Sierra Country Club with a amicable hour starting during 11:30 a.m.
One of 4 members of a BOD Runner was re-elected in 2014. He is an outspoken censor of a argumentative California Fire Prevention Fee and along with his wife, State Senator Sharon Runner, are a authors of Jessica’s Law. Mr. Runner also authored California’s good famous Amber Alert and Blue Alert.
The initial Wine and Chat of 2015 will be reason on Apr 15 during a private home. Nevada County Supervisor Dan Miller will be a guest. Members are speedy to move a friend.
Regular NCRWF meetings are reason a third Tuesday of a month Sep by June. For some-more questions about a meetings or to make a reservation call Donna during 530-274-0803.
Information about membership can be answered by pursuit 530-478-0636 and for some-more information about NCRWF greatfully email us during NCRWF@hotmail.com or revisit http://www.nevadacountyrwf.org.
The Nevada County Camera Club
Well famous internal photographer, David McKay, will be a featured orator during a Nevada County Camera Club’s assembly from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Apr 27 during Unity in a Gold Country Spiritual Center, 180 Cambridge Court, Grass Valley. McKay will be pity his methodologies for formulating his monumental breathtaking images. With 40 years as an endowment winning, veteran photographer and clergyman given 1976, McKay has explored any aspect of a detailed area and had his work featured in internal newspapers, magazines brochures and books. He also published his book, Yuba Seasons: Images from a Wild and Scenic South Yuba River.
McKay has been mayor of Nevada City, owned a silkscreen and pattern business, and has been a clever believer of a humanities in a community.
During a second half of a meeting, camera bar members will showcase their photos as judges critique their submissions to assistance urge their photography. The open is acquire and there is no cost for initial time guests. Currently, a bar has over 100 members and aims to assistance members labour their detailed skills.
For some-more information, revisit http://www.nccameraclub.com or email Ann Westling during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers for California CareForce
A organisation of Nevada County people is volunteering to assistance ready for a giveaway medical, dental and prophesy two-day sanatorium being brought to Grass Valley by a nonprofit California CareForce subsequent Nov 14 and 15. If we or your organization, eremite affiliate, etc. wish to assistance internal people in need of these health services, revisit http://www.CaliforniaCareForce.org or go to http://www.facebook.com/CaliforniaCareForce.
Blue Star Mothers of America
The Sierra Nevada California Chapter 12 of a Blue Star Mothers of America meets on a fourth Saturday of a month during Paulette’s Country Kitchen in Grass Valley. Breakfast is during 9 a.m. and assembly starts during 10 a.m.
If we are a mother, adoptive mother, stepmother, inspire mother, grandmother or authorised defender who has a son or daughter who is serving, or has been honorably liberated from a Armed Forces of a United States, we entice we to join us.
To learn more, greatfully revisit http://www.sierranevadabsma.org or email email@example.com with any questions.
The Gold Country Woodturners
Our organisation is anticipating to continue to offer educational opportunities to members and anyone meddlesome in expanding their hobby or exploring something new. More information about a Gold Country Woodturners can be found during http://www.goldturners.com.
Nevada County Online (NCO)
Learn about Social Media Marketing during a Nevada County Online (NCO) monthly Meetup reason a fourth Tuesday of any month from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during a during a Madelyn Helling Library.
NCO is a largest business Meetup organisation in Nevada County with 372 members.
The website is: http://www.nevadacountyonline.com/.
NCO is for online beginners and experts and everybody in between.
All Meetups are open to a public. A $5 concession is requested.
RSVP online during http://www.meetup.com/NevadaCountyOnline/. Please park down a mountain and not in a library parking lot.
The Gold Country Yacht Club
We accommodate a second Wednesday of any month. We accommodate underneath a stars during Scotts Flat Lake, a home port, conveniently located by a launch ramp and grapnel buoys on a lake’s Northern shoreline. You can’t skip us! Dinner starts during 6 p.m. and a Commodore’s bell rings during 7 p.m. All salts, with or but a boat, are acquire to attend. Please move something to grill for yourself, and something to share with a members. Questions? Please revisit a website during gcyc.net.
American Legion Frank Gallino Post 130
We are located in a Veterans Memorial Bldg, 255 South Auburn Street, Grass Valley. Plenty parking during a back of a building. Nearly all a events take place here. Phone 530-272-2160 for information.
Dances any month Apr 18, May 23, Jun 20, on and on.
Gold Country Italian American Club
We entice we to join us for good food and fun. We accommodate any third Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. To 3 p.m. during Alta Sierra Country Club. Are we a good cook? Do we have Grandmom’s recipe for a best spaghetti salsa ever? Then because not uncover it off and enter a Spaghetti Cook-Off on May 9? Who knows, we might make Grandmom unapproachable and take that initial place. For lunch information, call Kaven during 530-272-2660.
Pine Tree Quilt Guild
Guild members are bustling with final preparations for a 31st Annual “Springtime in a Pines” Quilt Show scheduled for Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3 during a Nevada County Fairgrounds.
Be certain to symbol your calendar and devise to attend Nevada County’s largest coverlet show! For some-more information, see a website during http://www.pinetreequiltguild.com
Stop Smart Meters of Nevada County
We are starting a giveaway spontaneous self-help support organisation for people who are pang from health and/or mental health problems due to EMF attraction from Smart Meters or other forms of wireless technology. The meetings will be reason any Wednesday dusk during 6:30 p.m. Call Rob or Makayla during 530-477-5522 in Grass Valley for plcae and directions.
Stop Smart Meters will continue to have weekly meetings any Sunday afternoon during 1:30 p.m. to continue operative toward banning Smart Meters from Nevada County.
We entice we to come and pronounce opposite Smart Meters with us during a initial of dual monthly Nevada City Council meetings any month during a non-agenda open criticism period. The legislature customarily allows any orator 3 mins to pronounce about their concerns applicable to a city. These meetings are reason a 2nd and 4th Wednesday of any month during 6:30 p.m. Our organisation is formulation to go before a Nevada City legislature on any second Wednesday until serve notice. The subsequent assembly we will be attending is on Apr 8. You can now see us on Facebook too. Thanks for your interest. For some-more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Auxiliary
Volunteers are indispensable during Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. To turn a volunteer, one contingency join a Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Applications can be picked adult during a sanatorium categorical lobby, outpatient run or on line during http://www.SNMH.org — corkscrew down to Who We Are and click on Volunteer Services. Call Patty during 530-272-8136 for additional information.
All impending volunteers are interviewed and afterwards they contingency attend an Auxiliary and a sanatorium course that helps them know a classification goals, structures, dialect functions and Auxiliary responsibilities. Volunteers perform a far-reaching accumulation of tasks and work in several departments. The categorical run usurpation desk, puncture department, present emporium and a evidence imaging core all have openings for volunteers. To categorical membership in a Auxiliary, a proffer contingency use a smallest of 50 hours per year.
Sons In Retirement, Branch 55, Grass Valley/Nevada City
The initial launch of Sons In Retirement, Branch 55, Grass Valley/Nevada City to turn an active colourful men’s fraternal classification is half approach to apropos a success. We need 25 to 50 organisation to uncover adequate seductiveness to get this new bend started. With usually 15 to 20 some-more we will reason an organizations meeting. We entice late or semi-retired organisation who wish to join an classification formed on building friendships, camaraderie, and activities from golf to Bocce Ball; If we wish we will emanate a activity of your choice. Whether it’s booze tasting in a Sierra or hiking in a beauty of Nevada County, a new Branch can accommodate your life-style. Remember, no politics or sacrament usually loyalty formed around a monthly lunch and revisit activities, with really minimal fees, totally formed on your wishes. SIR is a 16,000 member, 60 year aged men’s classification with many activities some of that embody your partner in life and will yield we with Friendships for Life; get concerned now by contacting Don Dill, Vice President 530-885-6943, or email@example.com. Visit http://sirinc.org to perspective a website.
We are now operative on dual arriving events. The initial will be “Keeping Kids Safe Festival,” on May 9 during a Safety Training Center during a Nevada County Sierra College Campus. A giveaway module to deliver families to a First Responders and other Health Services. The second is a “Great Ball Race” in and with a Soap Box Derby on Jun 13 during Pioneer Park in Nevada City. All deduction from sheet sales will go to Children’s Projects and a Pioneer Park Playground. Tickets are $5for one, 5 for $20 and can be requested by e-mail during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gold Country Kiwanis meets any Thursday during noon during Kane’s on East Main Street, Grass Valley. Guests are welcome.
Nevada County Middle East Discussion Group
This newly-formed group, is open to all people with an seductiveness in exploring a ever changing, political, social, and chronological components of a “Middle East.” We accommodate in a village room of a Nevada County Superintendent of School Building, 112 Nevada City Highway in Nevada City. For some-more information greatfully email Izzi Tooinsky during email@example.com or call 530-210-5387.
Gold Country Stamp Club
Is Grandpa’s aged stamp collection in a integument party dust? Bring it in and we will assistance we arrange a rabble from a treasure, a gems from a junk, a extra-ordinary from a … good we get a idea. If we are deliberation offering these family treasures, for contend some new transportation, we could assistance we endorse if you’ll be browsing for a Beamer or variable over pre-owned sneakers. On a other hand, maybe we would rather collect adult where Grandpa left off and fill in some of those vacant spaces. We can assistance with that too! We’re Gold Country Stamp Club and we accommodate a initial and third Thursdays of any month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. So join a float on down to a dining room of a Nevada City Senior Apartments during 841 Old Tunnel Road in Grass Valley. Everyone is welcome. For some-more information call 530-477-0108.
The Leo Club
Since a club’s classification this Jan (Sponsored by a Colfax and Meadow Vista Lions Club) a members have volunteered during a Meadow Vista Lions Club Annual Crab Feed and reason a bake sale. The bar also assisted a Meadow Vista Lions with their Annual Easter Egg Hunt during Placer Hills School on Saturday, Apr 4.
The Colfax High School Leo Club has 19 members and meets on Wednesdays during lunchtime in room 402. Christian Kinsey, Adam Dieter and Barb Webb are a Leo Club advisors. Students aged 14-18 who would like some-more information about a Colfax High School Leo Club can hit Christian Kinsey during 530-346-2284 prolongation 2804.
Lions Clubs unite some-more than 5,700 Leo Clubs in 140 countries. While assisting others in their community, Leo’s rise caring skills and knowledge teamwork in action. For some-more information about a Leo Club Program, revisit a Leo Zone territory of a Lions Web site during www.lionsclubs.org.
Please hit Barb Webb during firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-955-6594 if we would like some-more information about this event.
Duplicate Bridge Club
We accommodate during a Golden Empire Grange on La Barr Meadows. The weekly report is as follows: Monday: 9:30 a.m.; Tuesday: 12:30 p.m.; Wednesday: 9:30 a.m.; Thursday: 1 p.m. (this diversion is during Eskaton) and Friday: 12:30 p.m. We also offer overpass instruction any Thursday from 9 am. To noon. The classes are ongoing. The hit chairman there is Bill Jones. Email him email@example.com, or call 530- 457-7841. Call Bruce Lester during 530-477-9586 for information or if you’re in need of a partner. Bridge classes and mentoring— a tiny price is charged to cover a Grange rental. We are seeking intermediate/brush-up players who wish to urge their diversion as good as kindle a mind. We have modernized players monitoring a behest and play during any table. We investigate any hand, behest and play. You will learn a transcribe diversion to a indicate where we can join enjoyably play during a club. Our idea is to beget new members for a really accessible transcribe overpass club.
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
We offer dual giveaway meetings in Grass Valley, one during 7 p.m. on Mondays during Nevada County Contractors Assoc., 149 Crown Point Court and 8 a.m. on Saturdays during Salvation Army Chapel, 10725 Alta St. Meetings are also reason during 7 p.m. on Thursdays during Auburn Grace Community Church, 3126 Olympic Way, Room 117 in Auburn. Are we carrying difficulty determining a approach we eat? Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a giveaway Twelve Step liberation module for anyone pang from food obsession, overeating, under-eating or bulimia.
For some-more information call 530-470-0473 or revisit http://www.foodaddicts.org.
Sons In Retirement (SIR), Lake Wildwood
SIRS is a nonprofit classification for late organisation clinging to a graduation of autonomy and grace of retirement. The SIR Branch 11’s luncheon meetings are on a initial Thursdays of a month during a Lake Wildwood Club House. Social hour starts during 11 a.m. and a luncheon assembly starts during noon followed by a guest orator or entertainment. Lady guest are invited to a May and Dec meetings. Members do not have to live in Lake Wildwood. Go to a website during http://www.sirbranch11.com to learn some-more about us. To scrutinise about apropos a member, greatfully e-mail us during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gold Country Miniature Society
Our bar enjoys creation doll houses and doll residence accessories. We build miniatures in all beam and have a accumulation of engaging projects via a year. We accommodate during 11 a.m. on a initial Wednesday of any month. There are, also, 3 other tiny clubs in a area that get together on opposite days. If we are meddlesome in this fun hobby, email Barbara during email@example.com or Pat during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group
Peripheral neuropathy, a outcome of repairs to a marginal nerves, mostly causes weakness, insensibility and pain, customarily in a hands and feet. It can be really unpleasant and can also impact other areas of a body. For some-more information on a subsequent meeting, call 530-268-1017.
Retired Public Employees Association
The RPEA is a statewide, nonprofit organisation of retirees who are members of CALPERS, that includes stream or late employees of open and state agencies and personal schools. RPEA members and intensity members are acquire to attend monthly lunch and business meetings with programs of seductiveness to a members of a Nevada County Chapter of RPEA. We accommodate a second Monday of any month, during noon, during a Alta Sierra Country Club. Call Carol Kendrick during 530-265-2326 or Mary Ann Trygg during 530-273-2488 or email email@example.com one week in allege of a assembly in sequence to endorse assemblage and to make a lunch reservation. Retired open employees greatfully stop by and see what we do!
Nevada County Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
The Nevada-Placer Chapter of a Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is clinging to formulating an
America giveaway from gun violence, where all Americans are protected during home, during school, during work, during place of worship, and in a communities. We work to teach families about gun assault impediment and to assistance emanate and support open policy, legislation and regulations for essential gun laws during a state and inhabitant levels. We find to revoke firearm damage and genocide by gripping weapons out of dangerous hands. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for some-more information.
Nevada County Healing Through Grief support organisation
Anyone who has gifted a poignant romantic loss, either stream or from a past, is welcome. There is no cost to participate. For information, revisit http://www.lossandgrief.org.
Families and Friends of People with Memory Loss
An ongoing support group, “Families and Friends of People with Memory Loss,” meets from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on a initial Wednesday of any month during Eskaton Village. The organisation is facilitated by Barbara Larsen, a creator and author of Movement with Meaning. Larson has been operative in a margin of insanity caring for 30 years and is a chair and initial member of a Elder-Care Providers’ Coalition of Nevada County.
Meetings embody tips on how to promulgate effectively with a desired one or crony with Alzheimer’s illness or associated dementia. Information on internal resources is also available.
A seminar on “Preventing Alzheimer’s” will be presented by Larson in late February, for some-more information, hit Larson during 530-478-1735.
Gather a Women of Nevada County
We are a tellurian sisterhood that connects women by circles. We emanate protected spaces to share a loyal selves. Meeting in circles, we find a voices, explain a power, and applaud self worth, heading to personal and heavenly transformation. Some examples of a circles are drumming, organic culinary humanities and feasting, unsentimental well-being, women studies book round and looking within for personal and devout growth. For some-more information, revisit http://www.gatherthewomen.org or call Marceline during 530-615-4018.
Widowed Persons Association
Come join a organisation and start a new life with new friends. For some-more information greatfully call Eileen during 530-272-2487 or Ken during 530-432-1779.
The Nevada County Genealogical Society’s Study Group
Our meetings are open to a public, giveaway of charge. For some-more information contact: Donna Dugle Young during email@example.com or 530-477-0192.
Parkinson’s Support Group
Our organisation meets during 1:30 p.m. on a second Friday of any month in a activity room on a second building of a categorical building during Atria Senior Living Center (previously Quail Ridge), 150 Sutton Way in Grass Valley. Come share practice and information with others who have Parkinson’s. Family members and caregivers are welcome. For some-more information, hit Nancy during 530-272-7950 or Pete during 530-273-4804.
The Sierra Express Bicycle Club
We offer rides for all levels of riders. Every week there are several rides that we can join. The sign on all led bar rides is “No Rider Left Behind.” The advantage of being a bar member is that we get unchanging notices about rides. Or, we can post your possess float on a club’s list-serv. Go to http://sierraexpress.org to join. If you’re new to a area and consternation where it’s pretty protected to ride, being a member of this accessible organisation of bicyclists will get we started.
American Chronic Pain Association
We accommodate monthly to foster counterpart support and preparation for people with ongoing pain and their families. The organisation hosts associating speakers on a unchanging basement who give useful information on ways to live some-more entirely in annoy of pain. Group members also share practice as good as support and inspire one another.
The American Chronic Pain Association meets during 1 p.m. on a initial Wednesday of any month during Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. For room plcae and other information, hit Jeanne Spring during 530-432-0247.
Grandmothers for Peace
We accommodate from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on a third Tuesday of any month during a Unitarian Universalist Church during a corners of Church and Walsh Streets, Grass Valley (please enter by a doorway on Walsh St.). Join us as we devise activities and projects to concentration recognition on formulating a universe of assent for this and destiny generations. You don’t have to be a biological grandmother. For information, call Shirley during 530-265-5545 or e-mail Grannies4peace@hotmail.com.
We are accessible to yield Christ-centered support for all who are faced with a hurdles of cancer or other ongoing illness. Whether we are a patient, spouse, family member, crony or caregiver — we don’t have to go it alone. Our wish is in God and we are here for you. We offer prayer, fellowship, adore and support to keep a faith clever in a midst of maybe a many formidable resources of a lives. We are accessible for trusted ‘one on one’ or organisation meetings as indispensable by request. If we have questions or need prayer, feel giveaway to hit Sally Landsburg during 530-273-1468. For some-more information and to RSVP greatfully hit Erica McGee during 530-559-4517 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gold Country Welcome Club
Our bar has something for everybody — literally! If you’re looking to find people with identical interests, check out this active bunch. There’s a organisation that plays poker. Don’t like poker? How about pinochle, or bunco, overpass or mah jong? Not into games? How about kayaking, or hiking or sleet skiing? Not athletic? No problem. There are brainiacs that accommodate once a month to speak about investing…wood workers that share ideas on their talents … a qualification organisation that comes adult with extraordinary ideas for a home. Garden Club, Men’s Group (great monthly speakers), Women’s Group with lots of entertainment and other activities. For some-more information or to join a bar go to http://www.NCNugget.com, or call 530-478-099.
The Gold Country German-American Club
Our bar meets monthly during Seaman’s Lodge in Nevada City. Guests are welcome. If meddlesome in attending or for bar information call Christa during 530-272-6095. You can also check us out online during www.goldcountrygermanamericanclub.org where we will learn about a events and activities such as hiking, German dancing, and conversational German classes.
Gold Country Reciprocity Bureau
Our P.E.O. was founded in 1869. The munificent educational classification has 6 internal chapters in Nevada and Placer counties. They advantage their grant supports that yield scholarships to internal women for their college or stability college education. For 145 years, a P.E.O. Sisterhood has been essay to allege equity for women and girls by advocacy education, hospitality and research. Over 88,000 women have benefited from P.E.O.’s educational scholarships, loans, awards and projects. For information, revisit http://www.peointernational.org.
Vietnam Veterans of America 535
The internal territory 535 of a Vietnam Veterans of America seeks to yield a suggestion of intercourse among veterans, either they served in Vietnam or not. All vets, families, and friends are acquire to attend meetings a initial Thursday of any month in a Remembrance Room during a Veterans Memorial Building, 225 South Auburn Street in Grass Valley. For some-more information, revisit a website during http://www.vva535.org or call 530-559-7716.
The Palestine-Israel Working Group of Nevada County (PIWG)
We disciple for tellurian rights, equivalence and probity for all in Palestine and Israel. Everyone who is meddlesome in assent in a Middle East is acquire to join us. The assembly takes place in a private home. Please call 530-713-1131 for directions. Our weekly burial of Women and Men in Black Thursdays, 5:15 to 6 p.m. on a Broad Street overpass in Nevada City has resumed. The burial is protesting a Israeli assault opposite Gaza and a West Bank. We have signs to share, and everybody who believes in tellurian rights, equivalence and probity for all people is acquire to participate.
Nevada County Horseman Incorporated
We are celebrating a year of a horse. NCHI seeks to foster horsemanship via a village and to yield a accessible and rational amicable sourroundings for immature and aged alike. You’re always acquire to stop in during one of a monthly meetings, a second Friday of a month or events. Now usurpation new member applications. For some-more information, email email@example.com.
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
This is a 12 step module open to anyone — organisation and women— who thinks they might have a problem with sex or adore addiction. SLAA groups accommodate twice a week in Grass Valley, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, and from 6 to 7 p.m. on Sundays. The organisation meets during a Unitarian Universalist Community of a Mountains, reduce level, 246 S. Church St., Grass Valley. For information call 916-552-1442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Gold Country LeTip Group
We accommodate any Wed from 11:30 to 1 p.m. during Kane’s in downtown Grass Valley. This business organisation is a smashing and fun approach to assistance build your business and supplement serve use to your clients. Check out a Facebook page during Gold Country LeTip to learn some-more about a organisation or call Pamela Morey during 530-913-7308.
Nevada County Multiple Sclerosis Support Group
Meetings are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on a final Friday of a month during a Glenbrook Apartment Complex (in a Community Room), 265 Sutton Way, Grass Valley. We infrequently have speakers, or examination preparation programs. Some meetings are some-more of an open discussion. Resources are accessible for anyone who wants them. The organisation members have knowledge with opposite therapies and diagnosis options. If we are influenced by MS and would like to speak with others in a relaxed, supportive, positive, trusted atmosphere come check us out. Light refreshments are served. The assembly is open to anyone influenced by MS (patients, caregivers, family members, friends, medical staff, etc.). For some-more information, call Erica during 530-559-4517.
Sierra Table Tennis
Open-play list tennis, 7 to 10 p.m. Mondays during Echo Ridge School, 15504 Liberty Circle Dr. in Nevada City. For information, call 530-265-2834.
We accommodate any Wednesday during a “Loft” in Grass Valley from 7:45 to 9:15 p.m., call for directions. We emanate a fun and protected atmosphere with interactive games to try a middle comedian and to usually have a good time. Call 530-277-2295 for some-more information or usually uncover up. A tiny concession is customarily asked for to cover room expenses.
Friends of Hospice
Come and proffer during Friends of Hospice (530-247-5121) and do a really inestimable pursuit of operative on events to lift income for a use of Hospice of a Foothills. FOH has no paid members and all of a monies lifted is used for a advantage of Hospice of a Foothills.
Al-Anon Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families
We accommodate from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday nights during The Peace Lutheran Church, 828 W. Main St., Classroom 5 in Grass Valley. This assembly is for women only.
Nevada City Lions
We accommodate during 7 p.m. on a second and fourth Wednesdays of any month during Seamans Lodge. For membership information hit Membership Chair John Meyer, 530-272-0588 or President Chuck Woerner, 530-265-2039.
Chapter Preceptor Nu Delta of Beta Sigma Phi
We are a social, ominous and service-oriented sisterhood for women all around a world. With chapters in 20 countries, we can be certain you’ll have a new organisation of friends whenever it’s time to relocate. Our internal territory meets twice a month during noon on Mondays during a member’s home. We support several internal munificent organizations and have an ominous informative module during any meeting. For information, call bar boss Lois Robinson during 530-272-6804 or vice-president Georgine Wasley, who is in assign of membership, during 530-265-4424.
The Golden Empire Sam’s RV Group
Our organisation met Sep 8 by 11 during a French Camp RV Resort. Our members enjoyed personification games, furloughed a “Oakdale Cheese Factory” and carrying cooking during “Billie Hills Hill Billie BBQ” in Manteca.
If we are looking for a really accessible organisation that has a lot of fun activities, good food and accessible members, greatfully join us for one of a stay outs as a guest. Looking brazen to conference from you! Call 530-477-1799 or 530-263-2035.
Gold Country Computer Learning Center
GCCLC is an all volunteer, non-profit organization. It has offering peculiarity mechanism preparation for all ages and levels of knowledge given 2000. All classes are reason in Ponderosa Hall, Gate 2 during a Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley. To see a Mar class/workshop report or to register online for a class, revisit http://www.gcclc.org. For some-more information, call 530-273-0497.
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