Tag: NEVA Co
The ultimate Nevada City giveaway… I’ve decided that I’ve had so much fun on the blog this year, that why not end the year by going big. We live in the an amazing community and I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing a slice of our world, so I wanted to give one big huge thanks to all the folks who I’ve promoted, plugged, photographed and gotten to know over the last year. My basket started with a few left over goodies from previous giveaways and took on a life of its own… It’s now turned into the ultimate Nevada City weekend. I’ve got photos of all the goodies in the baskets below, but here’s a breakdown of what’s included.
One night stay at the Outside Inn
$30 gift certificate to Ike’s Quarter Cafe
$40 gift certificate to South Pine Cafe
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The holidays are right around the corner, and it’s time to get a few items off your holiday shopping list. This season, think local, try stopping by NEVA Co on Broad Street in downtown Nevada City. The shop represents local artists with items ranging from paintings, ornaments, clothing, gifts, soaps, jewelry, toys, bags and more. Stop by and check out some work from Sheila Cameron, Deborah, Brutal Honesty Soap, SANDbags and Katie White greeting cards, plus a number of other talented locals. Owner Cynthia Levesque wants to help you get into the holiday shopping by offering up one Outside Inn InnSide Nevada City blog reader a $25 gift certificate*, post your comment on this blog post on what you’d buy in her shop and I’ll draw the winner on Saturday, December 15th.
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A Day of the Dead (Dia De Los Muertos) Procession took place this evening in downtown Nevada City. Cynthia Levesque, of Neva Co, organized the event as a way for locals to take part in the Mexican celebration that honors friends and loved ones who have passed away. The procession started at the Outside Inn and walked down Broad Street to a temporary altar in Callanhan Park. If you missed tonight’s procession but still want to learn more about Day of the Dead, there’s still time to visit the annual Altar Show at the Nevada County Fairgrounds, click here for additional information.
Neva Co Artisan Boutique in downtown Nevada City Sugar Skull making class was so successful that they’ve recently added additional classes. Limited space available, but RSVP online and save $3 on the $15 class. My research assistants loved getting messy and learning a bit of history about the Day of the Dead Altars. Thanks Cynthia for a great class, our Sugar Skulls are going into the infamous Nevada City haunted house to be enjoyed by the masses. If you missed our pre-ski season giveaway, click here.
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Nevada City Craft Fair at Miner’s Foundry in downtown Nevada City, showcasing local artists, Etsy vendors and talented artisans. A few snapshops from today’s event, doors are open till 8pm. Above Cynthia Levesque showcases some of the jewelry she sells at her shop NEVA Co. Click here for a post on her shop, if you missed today’s event you can always support local artisans on Broad Street Wednesday through Monday.
Clothings and toys from Kiya’s Naturals, visit her online or at her shop on Mill Street in downtown Grass Valley at Make Local Habit. Jewelry and hair clips from Gaia Spring Jewelry.
Amber Hill, of the Violet Folklore, shared some of her vintage clothes and goodies, plus St. John’s Wart Body Oil and Fable Travelling Coffee served up freshing cold brew and lemonade, plus coffee.
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NEVA CO Artisan Boutique recently opened its doors on Broad Street in downtown Nevada City. The locally made gifts range from jewelry, household items, greeting cards and more. Owner Cythnia Leseque has an artist friendly arrangement to help support the growing artist community. Monthly craft workshops, keep tabs on her facebook page for updates, please tell her the Outside Inn sent you. And since the Innside Nevada City blog has been having so much fun with giveaways NEVA Co has offered a beautiful handmade necklace (see below) to one lucky reader. Please post a comment on this blog post about your favorite hand crafted item and I’ll pick a winner next Wednesday, June 13th. While the shop is all local items, non-locals welcome to post a comment and I’ll mail the necklace to the winner, but … Read More »