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Three Wednesday Nights in July — the best FREE entertainment for the whole family!
The Summer Nights in Nevada City celebration, a street festival of art and music, has been an annual tradition in this quaint, scenic, historic — and sometimes quirky — community, for close to thirty years. The event takes place on three Wednesday evenings. Leading Sierra foothills musicians perform on outdoor stages throughout the downtown area.
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Written by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey ,  its best-known version was recorded by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John for the big-screen adaptation of the musical, and released as a single that same year. Included on the movie's soundtrack album , the song was one of several hit singles from the movie. Parts of the song were introduced to a new audience when it was re-released in the s as part of a megamix of several songs from the movie version. The song's genesis stems from a summertime love affair between Danny and Sandy, which had ended upon Sandy's revelation that she was moving back to Australia with her family. However, Sandy soon learns that her family is staying in the United States and subsequently enrolls at Rydell High School, where Danny is also a student. In the original stage version, Sandy Dumbrowski, who like many other characters in the play is a Catholic of Polish descent, originally attends parochial school.
Despite an appealing cast, though, this film is as aimless as its characters, a slight story about one night in the life of a group of somethings in a small town. As Jameson and Seth drive back home, two telling encounters set up the rest of the film. It is a powerful reminder that any escape from the complications of adulthood to the pure boyhood pleasures of the natural world will be temporary and the re-entry will be painful. Maybe that path to adulthood is less re-entry than plain old entry.