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Blue Line Arts showcases the works of regional and national artists, and offers flexible exhibition space suitable for small musical performances, lectures, parties, and demonstrations.
From West (Davis, Sacramento, etc): Take I-80 East toward Reno. Exit onto Douglas Blvd. West. Turn right onto Douglas Blvd, continue west then, turn right at Vernon St. The Gallery will be on your right and free parking is located in the parking structure next to the Gallery.
From East (Grass Valley, Auburn, etc.): Take I-80 West toward Sacramento. Exit onto Atlantic Street. Continue onto Vernon Street. The Gallery will be on your left, next to the Tower Theater. To access free parking in the parking structure attached to the Gallery, continue past Gallery and turn left at Taylor Street, , then left on Oak Street, and the parking entrance will be on your left. Blue Line Gallery can be accessed on foot to the left of the ground level garage entry off Vernon Street.
Led by Peter Jaffe and supported by an amazing level of skilled musicians from the area, the orchestra provides live services and concerts.
This museum presents an overview of Placer County history from the early Nisenan inhabitants through the latter half of the 20th century. It also includes the Placer County Gold collection, the renowned Pate Collection of American Indian artifacts and the original Thomas Kinkade painting “Auburn Centennial.”
The Colfax Heritage Museum contains an eclectic collection of items that tell the history of the Colfax area, as well as illustrate the strong relationship to and influence of the building of the Transcontinental Railroad.