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Paint the Town Blue for Mitch 5K/10K 2018

said on March 23rd, 2018 filed under: Cultural Events, Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Grass Valley, Localism, Nevada City

 

 

The third annual Paint the Town Blue for Mitch 5K/10K will be this Sunday, March 25th at 10 am at Nevada Union, rain or shine. Feel free to run, walk or watch!

 

The run celebrates the life of Mitchell Thomas Adams; all are welcome. Teams are encouraged, but please do not bring dogs. Proceeds from the raffle go to Nevada Union Football, a new Health and fitness Building for the school, local dance, and a college scholarship for one of this year’s seniors.

 

 

By choosing to donate his organs and tissues, Mitch saved 5 lives and enriched many more. There will be information on organ and tissue donation provided by Sierra Donor Services as well as safe driving tips and support from California Highway Patrol.

 

To register, get more information, or to find out how you can help, please check out their website: http://www.5kfor68.com/

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How to Stay Safe During Snow Storms

said on March 2nd, 2018 filed under: Alta Sierra, Colfax, Grass Valley, Localism, Nevada City

 

 

We’ve got a snow advisory on our hands, but we can handle it. If you’re new to the area or just feeling a little unsure, here’s some tips on what to do when bad weather hits.

 

1. Stay inside and stay warm.

2. Get pertinent news from local radio stations. In our area, 89.5FM and 830AM are good bets.

3. Be prepared to leave if you lose power or heat. Know where you’ll go and how to stay safe on the way.

4. Prepare an emergency kit with food, water, and medical supplies. If you need anything, judge carefully whether or not it is actually safe to go out to get it.

5. Bring your animals inside if possible and make sure they all have access to food, unfrozen water, and blankets

6. You can prevent pipes from freezing by leaving a couple of faucets trickling water. Not a lot, but enough to keep the water moving.

7. Make sure you have a dependable heating source and plenty of blankets. Wood stoves will keep you warm in a power outage, while propane and electricity may be less reliable.

8. Avoid driving unnecessarily. Even if you are comfortable driving in the snow and ice, others on the road are not. Just because you aren’t likely to crash does not mean others aren’t likely to crash into you.

9. If you absolutely have to go out, take precautions. Bring your phone, blankets, food, water. Let someone know where you’re going and when to expect you in case something goes wrong.

10. If you get stranded, stay in your car. When it’s safe, hang a bright cloth off your radio antennae and try to only turn your car on for ten minutes out of every hour to preserve fuel and battery life.

 

Mostly, just relax and try to stay at home. Play games, read, hang out with your family, and stay warm.

It’s just a storm; with a few precautions you’ll endure it just fine.

 

 

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Gorgeous Home for Sale in Nevada City, CA

said on August 8th, 2017 filed under: Nevada City

Beautiful home for sale in Nevada City, CA.

Nestled in a forest of towering cedars, Douglas firs, oaks and pines, this Prestigious Custom Home awaits the discerning buyer.

Just minutes from historic Nevada City (Sunset Magazine Top Ten Places to Live), this gracious single story is designed in the picturesque Early California style.

It features  high ceilings, alder floors, flowing open concept, new composite deck with beautiful forest canopy views.

Private and serene, the two acre property is lovingly landscaped with aspens, dogwoods, maples and many other mature trees.

Surrounded by 84 acres of forested open space, owned by 24 residents with a one and a half mile trail for the exclusive use of residents.

Ample three-car garage, a generator and storage rooms below deck. See the attached Document for a presentation of the many high-end features.

Impeccable.

Convenient.

Top of the Line.

 

 

 

For more information, call CJ at (530) 906-4715.

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THE NUMBER ONE BEST PLACE TO LIVE IN THE WESTERN STATES?

said on March 15th, 2017 filed under: Neighborhood Profiles, Nevada City

Sunset Magazine (February 2017) ranked Nevada City, California the NUMBER ONE BEST PLACE TO LIVE IN THE WESTERN STATES!

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Here is a reprint of the article by Christine Ryan:

WHERE THE SUMMER OF LOVE NEVER ENDED

“Ask Matthew Ticciati to describe his first Halloween after moving to Nevada City in the Sierra Foothills, and at first you get the happy clichés of rural life:  the whole town dressing up, every porch lit with a jack-o-lantern, the neighbor who gives out 2,500 pieces of candy.  But then the clichés stop.  ‘The best costume?  A kid who came as No Face from the Japanimation classic Spirited Away.  That was pretty great,’ he says.  Lots of Gold Country towns have quaint main streets and affordable Victorians like the one Ticciati and his wife are fixing up—but fellow parents who would dress up their 10-year-old as a Hayao Miyazaki character?  That takes a certain artsy sensibility, which is exactly what’s luring big-city escapees like the Ticciatis to Nevada City.  It also doesn’t hurt that the alt-folk musician Joanna Newsome hails, famously, from here.

That counterculture dates back to the 1960s, when young back-to-the-landers drifted away from the Bay Area to colonize a half-empty logging town.  Today, those hippies have become the establishment, and the town they rescued boasts a 150-year-old brick theater stat still stages live plays and dance performances; a foundry turned venue that books the likes of John Doe and Bonnie Prince Billy; not one but two annual film festivals; and a charter K-8 school dedicated to the arts.  Because when it comes to a solid grounding in Japanese cinema, you’ve got to start them young.”

If you want to live in Nevada City, California, call CJ at 530-906-1023

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How hot is the Real Estate market in Nevada City, CA?

said on August 31st, 2016 filed under: Grass Valley, Localism, Nevada City, Success Stories

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A smallish 1940 property on Deer Creek, walking distance to downtown Nevada City, got eight ALL CASH offers in less than a week!  The sellers were thrilled that all offers were over asking price.

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Country Property for Sale Video Tour

said on October 5th, 2015 filed under: Country Property, Grass Valley, Localism, Nevada City

I’ll get a few horses, and some goats and chickens, and a pool and spa.

 

 

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Nevada City, Ca. Home for Sale ~ Walk To Town, Stores and Schools!

said on March 11th, 2014 filed under: Localism, Nevada City

Nevada City, Ca. Home for Sale ~ Walk To Town, Stores and Schools!  continue reading…

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