A high sierra environment, Washoe County benefits from a variety of flora including pine trees
A high sierra environment, Washoe County benefits from a variety of flora including pine trees
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Family entertainment winter music series presents bluegrass trio.
Media Release
For Immediate Release
http://www.washoecounty.us
Contact: Nancy Leuenhagen
nleuenhagen@washoecounty.us
775.328.2069
13-010

Reno, Nevada. Jan. 18, 2013. Washoe County Regional Parks presents the Mountain Girls bluegrass trio this Saturday, Jan. 19 at Bartley Ranch as part of the 17th season of the popular Come in from the Cold Winter Entertainment Series.

Every Saturday night through Mar. 9, 2013, performers from a wide variety of musical genres, including Scot Marshal, Contraband and Homemade Jam, will play in the Western Heritage Interpretive Center at Bartley Ranch.

Capacity is limited to 280 persons and doors open at 5 p.m. The Come in from the Cold series is made available thanks to generous support from the performers, sponsors and audiences. A $3 per person donation is encouraged to help support this and future park programs.

The series schedule is listed below:

Jan. 19: Mountain Girls
Jan. 26: Gabardine Sisters Radio show
Feb. 2: Contraband
Feb. 9: Scot Marshall
Feb. 16: Homemade Jam
Feb. 23: Richard Elloyan
Mar. 2: Blarney Band
Mar. 9: Reno Youth Jazz Orchestra

What: Come in from the Cold family entertainment series

When: 7 p.m. every Saturday, Jan. 5 through Mar. 10, 2013

Where: Bartley Ranch Regional Park's Western Heritage Interpretive Center
6000 Bartley Ranch Road, Reno

For more information, contact: (775) 828-6612 or visit www.washoecountyparks.com.

Bartley Ranch Regional Park is managed by Washoe County's Community Services Department.

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