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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 13B ARTS ENTERTAINMENT Young pianist featured at upcoming concert The Central Plumas Recreation and Park District is sponsoring a concert at Quincy Elementary School on Saturday, Feb. 7, in the Quincy Elementary School auditorium. The concert is the second'in an annual Series promoted by Face the Music Studio called Concerts for a Cause. The concert will start at 6:30 p.m. sharp with the doors opening at 6 p.m. This year's concert is called the "Compassion Concert" and it will feature Sylvia Wood on the piano, along with three other groups of guest performances. "Sylvia is an amazing 14-year-old musician and artist whose performance skills on the piano are absolutely stunning," said Johnene McDonald, owner of Face the Music Studio. "Not only is she an accomplished pianist, she is also an accomplished composer and has written numerous compositions." Wood will be playing a variety of classical, ragtime and original music. Donations collected at the door will be donated to the ALIVE program, of Quincy. ALIVE is funded through Plumas Rural Services and is a local nonprofit organization that helps young adults with developmental disabilities transition into the community. ALIVE serves four purposes: --Transitioning young adults 18 - 22 into the community after high school. --Providing integrated community day services, such as field trips, etc. --Teaching independent living skills. --Offering vocational skills and support. Questions about the ALIVE program may be directed to Bob Battistoni at 283-0111. Both Jim Boland of the rec district and McDonald of Face the Music Studio report they have a strong commitment to raising money for local charities. They both believe that there is "no place like home" when it comes to helping those less fortunate. The guest artists at the concert will be the following. The Bombastic Strings, an energetic trio of siblings -- Jacek, 12, Kiena Rose, 10, and Jamison, 6, Van Pelt -- will tickle the crowd with their renditions of traditional fiddle music on the violin, viola and cello. Wyatt Hollister, a 17-year-old budding violinist and fiddler, will also be performing a variety of classical music and traditional fiddle music. The Reel Pulling Strings, which features three of Quincy's original String Beings members -- Holly Sternberg, Chris Retallack and McDonald -- will be playing the third movement of the Bach Double D Minor Violin Concerto and a few twin fiddling tunes, both old-time and Celtic. Refreshments will be served during intermission. Tickets can be bought at Epilog Books, Carey Candy Co. and Face the .... L  . ii'."? ]U:!::: : 307':: fSi;::::iii::::i:iii Music Studio or atthe door the evening of the concert. Suggested donations are $7 for adults and $5 for children. Questions may be directed to McDonald at 283-1471. I I Pianist Sylvia Wood, 14, is the featured performer at the upcoming "Compassion Concert" in Quincy. Photo submitted Backcountry Ski Stoke returns to Quincy's Town Hall Theatre on Jan. 29 On Thursday, Jan. 29, the Feather River College Outdoor Recreation Leadership program will host the fourth annual Backcountry Ski Film Festival, also known as the Backcountry Ski Stoke. The John Craigie who played at last smmer.High ''Sierra ,, Music Festival, plans to return to Quincy for a Jan. 31 performance at the West End Theatre. Photo courtesy John Craigie Performer set to return After a well-received performance at the 2014 High Sierra Music Festival, John Craigie plans to return to Quincy on Jan. 31 to play at the West End Theatre at 7:30 p.m. This will be Craigie's first nonfestival-related visit to Quincy. For the past decade, Craigie reports he has "lived the life romantic" as a touring folk singer, taking his unique musical style across the United States and the world. A singer, songwriter and storyteller, he describes himself as one who stays true to the essence of folk music, and the traditions of the seminal writers of the past century. With timeless melodies and insightful lyrics, interspersed with witty storytelling, his songs take many poetic turns before bringing his listeners back home, he says. His themes include social commentary, personal empowerment, political satire and modern love. Craigie reports that his live performances in private  homes, cafes, festivals and sold-out venues inspire and delight his audiences who welcome him like a long-lost son and return to see him whenever he visits. He has traveled around the world, having played in all 50 states and beyond, bringing his music to nearly every corner of the planet. His fans span generations, political ideologies and geographic locations, but he says they are all charmed by the dynamic yet humble troubadour peering out from under his signature cap. Tickets are available at Carey Candy Co., Epilog Books, westendtheatre.com and brownpaper tickets.corn/event/959218. event, a fundraiser for the ORL program, is presented by the Winter Wildlands Alliance and features 10 short films, including several award winners. In addition to the films, a prize giveaway will be held. Prizes include a pair of Chi skis made by Dana Fenimore to the winner's specifications, handmade art by Meadow Valley's Michael Kerby and lift tickets to Tahoe resorts. The festival will be held at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy; doors open at 6 p.m. and the presentation begins at 7. Tickets cost $8 general admission, $4 students. "Oateh the Fever ..... ,qat, Feb. 7, 2015 l-Spin at the Courthouse in Quincy. .... Groundhog Chuck Wood Says: "Oet 0ut ofyour hole and join us for an afternoon of fun!" Additional donations are welcome. "Plan to show up early: enjoy treats and libations, and stay late to discuss the great skiing you'll be doing as soon as it snows," say organizers. A festival trailer is available at http:// vimeo.com/109084523. THEY THOUGHT THEY HEARD They thought they heard a dragon in the hills Whose roar was louder than a thunder clap And all the villagers, with fearful chills, Were sure they were but bait for its foul trap. Not knowing what they heard, they organized As though they knew that demon would attack, But some who heard the roar had realized The truth and tried to bring their senses back. But so convinced were those who spurred the crowd, They mined the hill with strongest tnt And blew it all into a mushroom cloud, Entombing all the town in deep debris. And those who panicked never knew what they had heard, For all the people, of the town had been interred. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano December 1, 2014 2:15 PM COMING SOON TO TOWN HALL THEATRE "NOW DIGITAL PROJECTION & SOUND  AND A NEW SCREEN! Come & See the difference  NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB ion!l bi2  !unoay, mnee l 97 rain [IV  Get ready for the wildest and most adven- ture-filled Night At the Museum ever as Larry (Ben Stiller) spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever. The all-star cast includes: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams (in his last film role), Owen Wilson, Ben Kingsley, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais and Rebel Wilson. INTO THE WOODS 7pm::$!o: :,:::::pm: m 2 Into the Woods is a modern twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, inter- twining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the charac- ters' wishes and quests. This humorous and heartfelt musical follows the classic tales of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel all tied together by an original story involving a baker and his wife their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the witch who has put a curse on them. HI TOSH HflLL 283 -1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com