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The North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center (NCSCC) fulfills the rural San Juan Ridge community's need for a local place to meet, share, and view quality mulitcultural events. Located 20 miles north of Nevada City, the Schoolhouse, a graceful example of Western Colonial architecture, was built by the mining community in 1875, and has served the community as a school and public meeting hall for a century.
In 1980 the Schoolhouse reopened as a community Cultural Center and is currently the longest continuously operating building in California. However, in recent years the poorly damaged dance floor has directly affected the types of events NCSCC can produce. It's time that the Schoolhouse had a new floor so that NCSCC can continue to support the community through events, classes and cultural programming. We will be focusing on a series of events and concerts to help raise funds for a new dance floor.
Find out more about NCSCC in the May 2006 issue of our
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North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center
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