November Events

November kicks off  Nevada City’s busy holiday season. Early November visitors may still be able to catch the last of our beautiful Fall Colors display. Holiday lights begin to appear and a festive atmosphere fills the town. It’s a great time to come enjoy the beauty of this season. The Broad Street Inn would like to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Here are of few of the events happening in November –

Paul Emery presents Our Town.  Directed by Sandra Rockman.  Nevada TheatreOct 11-13, Oct 18-20 Oct 25-27 Nov 1-3.  Showtimes 7 pm Thursdays, 8 pm Fridays, 2pm and 8pm Saturdays.  Tickets $15 Thursdays, $20 Fridays and Saturdays.

The Food and Film Series, presents The Thin Man, presented by Miners Foundry and the Nevada City Film Festival, on November 16 at the Miners Foundry. Doors open at 7:00pm, film at 7:30pm, and dinner to follow. Food is available for purchase along with a full bar. Tickets are available at or The Nevada City Box Office at 530-265-5462. Tickets are $12 for Miners Foundry & Magic Lantern Film Society Members and $15 for non-members and include one drink ticket.

December’s film is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. For more information, click HERE.

For a list of the November events held at the Miners Foundry, click HERE.

Sierra Stages presents Assassins, playing 10/25-11/17 at the Off Center Stage

Country Christmas Fair at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. November 23 & 24 10am to 5 pm and November 25 10am to 4 pm. Admission $4, children under 12 free. Gifts, music, food, entertainment, Santa and his elves will be on hand.

Artisans Festival Miners Foundry, November 23, 24, 25. Admission $3, children under 12 free

It's warming up! Time to use the patio and fire pit!

The backyard at Broad Street Inn is so relaxing. It’s sunny most of the day, yet has shady parts too. We have bistro tables and comfortable outdoor furniture scattered around the patio. Our guests love to use our patio for eating dinner, enjoying a glass of wine, and having a cup of coffee. In the winter, it’s usually too cold to enjoy the patio. Now that it’s warmer, the patio is great in the afternoon to read and sunbathe. If it’s too cold in the evening, we have a heater and a fire pit. The weather hasn’t allowed us to use the fire pit often, until now! If you haven’t seen our fire pit, come by and check it out. Kady Guyton, who is a chef and columnist for The Union newspaper, is hosting a wine dinner in our back patio next weekend. Click HERE for more information. For more pictures, visit out Flickr page.