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The Old Town Portola Event Center welcomes one and all to a free country music show presented by The Reno Bad Boys featuring Chris David and Jackie Landrum, with the new sign hung in place at the entrance to the park-like setting. Photo by Lauren Westmoreland

Grand opening at Old Town Portola Event Center

A new, carefully carved wooden sign has been raised to a place of honor at the entry to the developed Old Town Portola Event Center, and event organizers are excited to announce a free concert for the community at the event center Sunday, Sept. 15.

The Old Town Portola Event Center, adjacent to the Dickson Realty office building in Portola, is dominated by the historically themed train murals hand-crafted by renowned muralist Rafael Blanco.

A park-like setting awaits visitors at the inaugural event, with The Reno Bad Boys featuring Chris David and Jackie Landrum playing a lively country music show starting at 5 p.m.

Attendees are invited to arrive early, take a seat provided at the venue and enjoy the live music, with no-host food catered by Lena’s Cantina and a no-host bar by the Rotary Club of Portola available for purchase from 4 to 6 p.m.

The Old Town Portola Event Center, a registered 501c(3) corporation, with 75 percent of costs to create the center donated by local citizens and businesses. Those contributing a minimum of $100 are recognized with a personally engraved brick to be installed at the entrance to the park.

For those that wish to contribute toward the completion of the event center, donations may be made payable to the Old Town Portola Event Center and mailed to P.O Box 1143, Portola, Ca.

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