A Wine, Food, and Historical Experience Nevada City Uncorked Announces New Venues Saturday, August 27, 2016 1:00 – 4:00 pm Nevada City Uncorked, a celebration of wine and food, takes place on August 27 in downtown Nevada City. Nevada City’s small-town Victorian charm is the perfect backdrop to showcase Nevada City Uncorked. Uncorked, a celebration […]
Over the years Nevada City has been featured in many publications ranking best small towns, best river towns, and more. Visit Nevada City to find out what everyone is talking about.
The Sacramento Bee published an article chronicling Sacramento area cycling throughout the years. Many of the historic cycling events happened in Nevada City, starting with the debut of the Nevada City Classic in 1961.
Every June, on Father’s Day, Sacramento’s best cyclists challenge a Gold Country course that experts consider the toughest criterium in the U.S. – the Nevada City Bicycle Classic. In the past 3 years, Sacramento riders have finished 4th, 3rd, and 2nd in Nevada City, but have not won a gold medal there.
Nevada City was selected by Frommer’s as one of California’s top 15 small cities, along with Healdsburg, Malibu, Sausalito, Sonoma, and St. Helena.
Union photographers attended the Evan Strong Celebration and took some great photos throughout the event. View the photo gallery at The Union.
The rain and slush may have put a halt to the parade that was set to traverse the streets of Nevada City, but it couldn’t stop the approximately 500 fans from filling the Miners Foundry to “share the stoke,” with Paralympic gold medalist Evan Strong.
Evan Strong was given a hero’s welcome in Nevada City on Tuesday evening as hundreds gathered to celebrate his gold medal win at the Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
Watch the NCTV video of Evan Strong’s Celebration. On April 1, Strong, along with his family and supporters, was welcomed home with a celebration at the Miners Foundry with live music, food, drink, and a huge crowd of Nevada City fans!
On April 1, Nevada City will honor one of its own for bringing the gold back home, as Paralympian gold medalist snowboarder Evan Strong will be celebrated with a hero’s homecoming parade.
Hometown hero, Evan Strong, along with his family and supporters, will be welcomed home with a parade down Broad Street at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 1. Pre-event festivities will start at 5:30 p.m.
The Winter Paralympic Games begin Friday in Sochi. The cauldron will be re-lit in the Olympic Village as 80 Americans represent Team USA. Evan Strong, who hails from Nevada City, is a medal favorite in snowboard cross.