Snowy Nevada City
Nevada City Holiday Decor
The holidays may look and feel different this year, but now more than ever it’s worth taking the time to get into the festive spirit. Each of us know in our heart that the frenzy of shopping malls and endless holiday parties is not what makes the holidays special, but rather it is the memories and traditions that we create with those closest to us.
It’s been a rough year and we all deserve the opportunity to take these final weeks of 2020 to catch our breath and savor what makes living in Nevada County so wonderful – the people, our local businesses, the natural beauty that surrounds us, and a community that looks out for one another.  We can continue to support each other.
When doing your shopping, purchase something from a local store or artist for your loved ones this holiday season. When you want to treat yourself, get takeout from one of our restaurants. They need the business, and they’re happy to serve you excellent, fresh food. And don’t forget that you can get gift cards to spread the love to them, and your favorite recommendations to friends and family.
Mama Madrone's
By supporting each other and shopping — and eating — locally, Nevada County will come out of this better prepared to come together when it’s safe to do so, and we can all raise a glass to the community we love.

Bistro 221

Enjoy a Date Night or Sunday Brunch

-Did you see that Ike’s Quarter Cafe is offering up Heat & Eat options for your home cooking?
– Cozy Night in with take out
Outside Inn

Make Memories with Your Family

– Holiday Light Drive in town
– Sledding in the Tahoe National Forest
– Gingerbread Houses, Christmas Cookies, Nature Crafts, Ornaments
– Participate in the Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count
– Sing carols with your family – karaoke or around the piano

Stay Connected with Your Community

– Virtual Night of Giving
– Virtual Music in the Mountains Christmas Carols
– Virtual shows at The Center for the Arts
– Instead of sending Christmas Cards this year call your closest friends
Deer Creek Tribute Trail

Treat Yourself

– Go for a walk at one of the three state parks in Western Nevada County or the Deer Creek Tribute Trail
– Draw a bath or indulge in some aromatherapy
– Pick up something yummy to eat and drink
– Splurge and get new PJs and slippers
– Get a new book
Holiday decorating with a mask
We are doing what we can, so thank you Nevada County for doing your part.  Many thanks to Jesse Locks, on behalf of the Nevada City Chamber, for helping me round up additional ways to support our local community.  From all of us at the Outside Inn & Inn Town Campground, sending you holiday cheer.
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  1. Virginia Lee
    Virginia Lee says:

    Thanks, Erin, for helping to keep the spirit of Nevada City alive. And I hope to see you on the other side of all this. Til then, stay merry:)

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