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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012 11B ARTS and ENTERTAINMENT 0 Valentine' comedy how features locals Once again ACT (the As- Lisa Grant and Cal Blanton. sociation of Concerned The ever-popular Walt Theatregoers) brings Corn- Stueben will be master of edy Night to the Town Hall ceremofiies. Theatre on Valentine's "Bring your sweetie for a Day, Tuesday, Feb. 14. fun night of hors d'oeuvres, This year will feature yummy desserts, wine, new talent and the return of beer and laughs," say orga- local Plumas County fa- nizers. Doors open at 6~.30 vorites. Returning are Earl p.m. and the show starts at Thompson and Edie 7. Tickets are $8 per person O'Connor, David Riley, or $15 per couple, available Lindsey Kimzey, Jeff at Carey Candy Co. and Bryan, Kim Carroll, Tina Epilog Books as of Feb. 1. Awbrey, Theresa Crews Last year was a sell-out. and Mike McLeod. New to so everyone is encouraged the line-up are Ravi Pinjala, to get tickets while they last. For al your construction needs Give us a call today: CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 = General Buildng Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283,2035 A series of photographs is on loan to Lassen Community College recording logging and mill work in Lassen and Plumas counties from the 1930s, 1940s and early 1950s. These photographs will be on display in the Humanities and Fine Arts buildings as well as the cafeteria/bookstore for the month of February. Generously lent by gentleman photographer Mr. Henry (Hank) Martinez, these images represent some of the last privately owned photographs from the Jervie Henry Eastman collection. Photo submitted New Year Special Sleep Over Price! Stay Friday & Saturday Nights Get Thursday or Sunday Half-Off! Offer valid for same stay only thru Feb. 2012 i" V' ll tL:) < 2 HOUse '~ : "2O'L~ East Main Slreet, Qul.cy;CA (on Hwy.70) wWw:RahchitoMotet~om' - . ~Keosonoble "1 Special Event Rentals Rate --- Tables • Chairs • Chair Covers qd • Linens • China • Chargers • Flatware • Food Service • Glassware • Tents • Canopies • Dance Floor • Staging .:,~"! • Wedding Items • Bar Equipment ~ 55 Delleker Dr., Portola 530-832-5455 1hi Pres e n ts Fri., Feb. 10 & Sat., Feb. 11 Rated PG • 126 min. • Dramatic Comedy Acclaimed filmmaker Cameron Crowe • (Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous) directs an amazing and true story about a single dad who decides his family needs a fresh start, so he and his two children move to the most unlikely of places: a zoo. With the help of an eclectic staff, and with many misadventures along the way, the family works to return the dilapidated zoo to its former wonder and glory. Mhl"~ DAMON WEBOUGHTAZO0 Sun., Feb. 12 & Mon., Feb. 13 Rated R • 99 min. ° Drama While filming a movie in England, Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe slips away with a young Brit for a week of self-discovery and frivolity. The story that ensues is based on the real-life memoirs of Colin Clark, once assistant to Sir Laurence Olivier and documents the tense interaction between Olivier and Monroe during production of The Prince and the Showgirl. Showtime: 7pm • Sunday Matinee 4pm Adults .................. r/,00 10$H |Students& $tLL ' Iseniors ................ ,,.oo LChildren ................ '5.00 IHEflTRE 283-1140 "469 Main St., Quincy, CA visit us at www.quincytownhall.com Plumas County Chapter 4th Annual MULE DEER FOIJ ND.'t TION Sat., Feb. 18 • 5pm Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds For tickets, call Frank Smith, Chapter Chair 283-2233 Thanks to previous generous donations, this chapter has contributed over 320 hours of volunteer service in 2011 benefitting local area habitat conservation. Visit the MDF website (www.mutedeer.org) to view projects by this chapter including the Rich Fire guzzler installation. For 2012, the Mule Deer Foundation has awarded over $30,000 to local area habitat projects such as the French- man Aspen Restoration and the Mt. Hough Habitat Burn. Help us continue to support these worthwhile projects that bene,fiL all Wi Id life in:;the~r~eat, er t~l,uma~;e.unty,:ar~a:: .... PLUMAS CO UNTY A full color magazine produced by Feather Publishing Co., Inc. lining in PI as County! This is a publication that people will keep all year long. 30,000 copies printed and delivered to approximately 250 outlets throughout Plumas County. Quick reference guides and Iocator maps for your convenience. Deadlines: April 20, 2012 Publishes: May 21, 2012 Don't be left Out! Contact your advertisin9 representative today! Sherri, Kay, Bill Val Cheri, Val Michael, Rachael 283-0800 258-3115 258-3115 832-4646