Foothills Celebration is this weekend

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  1. The Foothills Celebration is postponed until Saturday, April 7, because of wintry weather. We hope to see you there. Details here from the Grass Valley Downtown Association:

    Foothills Celebration Notice as of Feb 28, 2018
    Announcement! Foothills celebration postponed due to weather advisory!

    There is a Winter Storm Warning in effect in Northern California predicting dangerous driving conditions and heavy snow accumulation for this week and through the weekend. Despite the impossible conditions the weather is causing, we have arranged everything and are pleased to be able to offer a new date for the event. As a result, Foothills Celebration is postponed until April 7th. The City of Grass Valley has predicted they will not be able to guarantee snow removal in the event of a major snow event, and with your safety in mind we decided to postpone this weekend’s event.


    Foothills Celebration is postponed until Saturday, April 7th. The event that was planned for Saturday March 3rd will instead take place in April in order to provide a safe event with full participation from all the parties involved. If you are holding a ticket for this event, you do not need to do anything – your tickets will be good for the April 7th date.
    We look forward to seeing you April 7th, and having a great event. We appreciate your patience as we get through this snow weekend. For questions call the Grass valley Downtown Association at 530-272-8315, or 530-798-9690. You can also email

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