We spent Sunday afternoon at California WorldFest, now 20 years old. The weather was ideal, and our family walked around the Nevada County Fairgrounds enjoying all the festival had to offer — music, exhibits, crafts and workshops. We visited with Aubrey Young at her Jardin del Rio farm stand at the full campground; Grass Valley Council Members Lisa Swarthout and Jan Arbuckle and City Manager Bob Richardson at the “Base Camp” Grass Valley booth; Richard Baker at the entrance gate; and Pamela Roberts in the Marketplace. We enjoyed lunch (Spiro’s Gyros and India Gourmet) and shared a picnic table with an out-of-town family who was enjoying Grass Valley. As we left, Boz Scaggs’ buses (plural) rolled into a parking lot. More were on the way, the organizer told me. We kept our pink wrist bracelets on, so we could return for the performance. Boz is a food, wine and art proprietor. We were in the house back in 1988 when legendary rhythm and blues artist opened Slim’s nightclub and restaurant in San Francisco.
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