From “the first light of dawn to the last light of evening,” there will be no shortage of events to celebrate our nation’s independence over the next few days. From the Music in the Mountains (MIM) summer festival series to the 4th of July parade and fireworks sponsored by the Great Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce (GGVCC) and the Grass Valley Downtown Association (GVDA), there are plenty of events for locals and visitors to keep them busy 2023 pays homage to red, white and blue.
Music in the Mountains kicked off the holiday weekend on Saturday, July 1 with an outdoor screening of “Toy Story” at Western Gateway Park, featuring a live orchestra. The film begins its full afternoon screening at 7:30 p.m., with all music performed live by the MIM Orchestra conducted by Ryan Murray. MIM executive director Jenny Darlington-Person said: “This is a full-length feature film played on the LED wall, with the orchestra playing every note of the film’s score live.”
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