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The Commission provides policy advice to the Board of Supervisors; appraises and evaluates county health and human services programs; participates in long range planning processes; helps identify and coordinate community resources, including the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), that can be used to provide collaborative solutions to health and human services needs; oversees the extent and the quality of the participation of low income constituents in the CSBG funded programs; participates in activities of the Agency on Aging Area 4 (AAA4) Advisory Council; provides advice and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors. The meeting is open to the public. Refer to the agenda for the Zoom Link.
Teens, are you Magic: The Gathering fans? Or would you like to learn to play this fast-paced card game? Grass Valley Library will be hosting weekly games in its beautiful backyard.
Downtown Nevada City
Join us for Downtown Drawing in Nevada City where we will tour historical landmarks and trees in the area and sketch.
Meet at Calanan Park, 211 Broad Street, Nevada City. Each month we'll walk to a new location, taking time to sketch details of the area, while we take in local history and learn about local flora & fauna. We'll wrap up the program with closing thoughts, ideas, and inspiration back at the park.
Drawing tips and ideas will be offered along with colored pencils and watercolors to explore with.
All supplies are provided and all skill levels are welcome.
Event Type(s): Library Programming
Age Group(s): Adult, Young Adults (18 - 24)
Presenter: Sydney Joyce
This art program is designed especially for teen and tween artists. Our Art Club will meet every Tuesday. There will be an activity demonstrated, drawing, painting, collage, etc. It's also a time for you to show off your work to the others in the group. Let's see your creativity and craftiness! For ages 10-17.
This book club is for people with IDD (intellectual & developmental disabilities) to read, learn, and make friends in a relaxed community setting. NCBC provides an opportunity for those with IDD to experience community inclusion, social connectedness, and lifelong learning. Contact the Truckee Library for club location.