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porter Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2001 111B ° / . h Road, and they weren't the Beatles, but a long piecs of sculpture to its new place the Plums County Arts Commiss4on's latest • .... //: ••!i••• Photos submitted artists and friends trekked across Bradley Street on in the Courthouse Cafe on Main Street in Quincy. The new establishment to indicate an interest in displaying artists' i I Photo submitted artists Corinne and David Duskin, with one of the sculptures David created in their Main St mt, Qeimmy i IB Metcalf foursome will be "performing mer, Adam won't be involved an acoustic set celebratingin this live performance, ac- Bluejacket are theirnew CD." cording to Erik Hanna, but their instrumentsThe members include Erik they hope to find a fill-in for Thursday, and Adam Hanna, Josh Lory theevent. & Music in and Harry Stewart. Erik Hanna will be perform- Three members of the group ing on guitar, vocals and key- Plumas CounW are from Plumas County, butboards, Lory on bass guitar (PCAC) Di- Adam Hanna still resides inand vocals, Stewart on guitar Valladao, the the Bay Area. As the drum- andvocals. It till be ranger-ledwest entrance. Dress in layers Walks and winter for winter conditions and safety and wear warm boots. These activi- at Lassen ties are for individuals and Park this families only. Organized holiday season, groups interested in schedul- on winter safety ing programs can call 595-4444 will be pre- Ext. 5133. lrldays, Dec. 24 The Manzanita Lake area Programs last near the northwest entrance offers 15 miles of marked cross walks will be of- country ski trails that are ideal is, Jan. 6 for beginning to intermediate 7 at 1:30 p.m. skiers. All visitors are encour- last one and one- aged to prepare for winter *hours and are opentravel in the mountains. Carry eight and older, proper clothing, emergency in route and dis- food and water supplies, blan- on the group, kets, first aid kits and tire snow conditions, chains in your vehicle. Call are provided and a ahead for the latest weather n requested for and road conditions. maintenance. For program information at the Lassen and road and weather condi- the park's south-tions, contact Park Headquar- ’@ the Plumas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifacts Here is this week's look at one of the treasures not normally on display at the Plumas County Museum. Our featured artifact is nicklo plated. The two pieces are "U" shaped clips and en- graved "IMI " An 18 inch nickle plated chain connects the two clip What is it? The answer will be In next week's paper. If yon think you know what It is, call the museum at 283-6320. Last week's answer. We are told the scissor-like tool was a candle donated by Bob Pope of Orovillo in ters at 595-4444. Park Head- quarters in Mineral is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mon- day through Friday, except holidays. The Loomis Ranger Station at Manzanita Lake is open (from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, Dec. 16 through Jan. 1 and then open weekends and holidays through mid-March). For in- formation about the Manzanita Lake and Butte Lake areas, contact the Loomis Ranger Sta- tion at 595-4444, Ext. 5187 dur- ing their operating hours. Bluejacket, originally from the Bay Area, specializes in a brand of music known as "Emo Rock." Their latest CD, "It's Unani- mous--Nobody Likes Blue- jacket," is the group's second release, The first came out in 1998, called "Fistful of Teeth." The event, which begins at 7 p.m. at Morning Thunder on Lawrence Street, also includes an open mike night., According to Valladao, those who are interested in giving a song or reading poetry are in- vited to sign up at the door. Admission is $3 at the door, and is sponsored by PCAC. For more information on Words & Music, contact PCAC at 283-3402. • IkV/4 IKW4 I V',4 IKW4 IkV/4 Ik " l Happy all a New Year! Open Friday, Saturday & Sundays for dinners (weather permitting) LOCATED HALF-WAY BETWEEN TOMBA QUINCY & PORTOL~ ON HV, Pf 70 OUINCY Due to changing weather conditions, please call ahead for reservations. HWY 70 • CROMBERG Survey and culture survey launched by Plumas Arts Commission in January By Victoria .Writer; or Staff Writer .Other. Members of the Plumas In another category, the sur- County Arts Commission vey asks participants to identi- (PCAC) Board of Directors are fy PCAC programs, projects or asking for just a few minutes collaborative community pro- of time from area residents to grams they are either familiar determine how well they are with or involved in. These in- doing in providing arts and en- clude: tertainment opportunities and ,Arts education, such as programs, artists in the schools and In what the board is calling school assemblies; a 10 Minute Community Arts .Art shows and festivals. and Culture Survey, residents PCAC is involved with the A1- are being quizzed about what manor Art Show, Gold Moun- is important to them and what rain Arts Festival, Northern types of events they attend. Sierra Indian Days, and The "Your thoughtful responses Mountain Harvest Festival. to these questions will help us Each of these is held in a dif- to continue in our mission of ferent area within the county; growing culturally vital com- .Performing arts, such as munities," said Roxanne Val- Town Hall Theatre concerts; ladao, PCAC director, family concerts in Chester or Mailed in conjunction with Portola; and the summer con- the January through March cert series in Chester, entertainment and events cat- Greenville or Portola; endar, additional copies are -Plumas County Art Gallery or available through PCAC. Corn- other art displays; or pleted surveys may be re- .Words & Music, and in which turned to the PCAC office in community. Quincy, or dropped off at any The questionnaire also asks, one of the Plumas County Li- "What arts and cultural activi- brary branches before Jan. 31. ties or program are most im- portant to you?" survey And, "How do you most like In the questionnaire, partici- to spend your leisure time?" pants are asked to identify Members of the PCAC Board their involvement in the arts. of Directors are also interested These categories include: in learning how residents feel • Attend art events; about art opportunities and • Arts organization volunteer; needs in Plumas County and • Art student; various communities. • Parent of child participating For more information about in the arts; the survey, contact the Plumas • Arts educator; County Arts Commission at • Visual artist; 283-3402. • Performing artist; Call: PRINT II THE BEST FAMILY FILM OUT THERE." 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