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Center For The Arts Continues Virtual

After a four-point-three million-dollar rennovation lasting nearly two years, the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley was all set to resume live performances in March. But that was halted by the pandemic. In the meantime, Marketing Manager Melissa Clark says they continue virtual efforts to provide cultural experiences, going into the new year. Starting Sunday at 4pm and, every Sunday through at least June, they’re launching a series called “In Conversation With”…

click to listen to Melissa Clark

Clark says the first conversation is about what’s called the Ayurvedic Lifestyle, featuring Doctor Marc Halpern. He’s the President and Founder of the California College of Ayurveda in Nevada City. Established in India, she says it’s believed to be the oldest health care system in the world…

click to listen to Melissa Clark

Clark says the format is interactive, with conversations usually lasting up to an hour.To participate, go to the Center’s website to purchase a virtual ticket for five-dollars, or become a member to join in for free.

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