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More Halloween in Grass Valley and Nevada City

Nevada City will also be a popular Halloween destination tonight. For the first time, they will have a parade this year, along with all of the other festivities.
Click here to listen to Cathy Whittlesey

Nevada City Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Cathy Whittlesey says there are lots of fun things that are happening.
Click here to listen to Cathy Whittlesey

That event starts at 8pm, with the doors opening at 7. You can also pick up a quick bite to eat at the Nevada City Veteran’s Building (415 North Pine Street). The Nevada City Lion’s Club will be selling hot dogs, chips, and drinks with the proceeds going to a new slide at Pioneer Park.

It’s one of the most popular local Halloween events, and its free. Twin Cities Church on Rough and Ready Highway is hosting its annual Fall Family Festival. Pastor John Fairchild calls it a giant carnival, and a safe place for your kids to celebrate Halloween.
Click here to listen to Pastor Fairchild

There’s a craft zone where kids can paint,  and game booths for both younger and older children. Fairchild says there are a couple of new things this year.
Click here to listen to Pastor Fairchild

The lobby of the church will be open so you can use the restrooms inside (instead of porta-potties they had in the past). There will be hot dogs and hamburgers available for purchase, but all the rest is free. The Fall Family Festival is from 5 to 8pm at Twin Cities Church (11726 Rough and Ready Highway, Grass Valley). There will also be shuttle service from Scotten and Lyman Gilmore schools.

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