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12B Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 I Olive Echo--featuring musicians Max Breedlove, Spencer Rogers, J Hemlock and Olive Utopia-- will play Words & Music in Quincy tomorrow, Feb. 11, at Morning Thunder Caf6. Artwork submitted Olive Echo performs Thursday at Quincy's Words & Music The next Words & Music ila Quincy takes place Thurs- day, Feb. 11; doors open at 7 p.m. and no-host coffees, teas and libations will be available. The featured artist for the evening is Olive Echo, a melt- ing pot of musicians, who create a unique and textural soundscape sure to please. Come out to experience this new, exciting group of Max Breedlove, Spencer Rogers,. J Hemlock, and Olive Utopia. From melodic ballads to twisted satires, Hemlock's songs are brought to life by Olive's soulful serenading. Breedlove fingers the bass, as usual, while Mclovin' (Rogers) keeps the chaos un-. der control. Step right up, and Olive Echo will relate to you stories of lurking scenes, of sirens, and elephants, passions and dreams! After all, haven't you heard them sa.y "Echos can take you away?" Words & Music is also a place for musicians and writ, ers to share their talents with a very receptive crowd. Open stage (it is often called open mic, but there are no micro- phones used at the venue) will follow the featured set. Any aspiring poets., musi- cians, storytellers, actors or performers are encour- aged to sign up at the door for a five- to seven-minute time slot. All music performances must be acoustic only, with no electrical instruments or sound equipment allowed. Original work is always encouraged. Words & Music is an acoustic music and spoken word program which has been sponsored and facili- tated by Plumas Arts since 1989. The Plumas County Board of Supervisors designates Plumas Arts annually to serve as the local representa- tive to the California Arts Council's State-Local Part- nership Program. Incorporated in 1981, as a not-for-profit agency, Plumas Arts provides the region with a variety of cultural and educational programs to enhance the soul of the creative arts and the local economy. For more information visit plumasarts.org, call 283-3402 or e-mail info@plumasarts.org. Feb. 9-10 Quincy: "Vagina Monologues," Quincy Town Hall Theatre. General admission, $15; students, $12; tickets available in Quincy at Women's Mountain Passages, Quincy Natural Foods, Epilog Books and Sprouting Roots Community Market in Portola For information, dramaworks, 283-1956. Feb. 10 Quincy: Valentine uncheon, l 1:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Gem and Mineral Building, Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds. Guest speaker Andy Ryback, CFO, Plumas Bank. Members, $10; $15, non-members. RSVP to 283-0188 or quincychamber.com Feb. 11 Quincy: Words & Music, Morning Thunder CafG, featured artist: Olive Echo. Doors open at 7 p.m. Monthly series of acoustic music and the spoken word, open mic. Admission, S3. For information, Plumas Arts, 283-3402. Feb. 12 Genesee: Mardi Gras parade and party, Genesee Store featuring the shortest Mardi Gras parade in the world and the best Louisiana Gumbo in the world. Bar opens 5 p.m. Live music, Cajun food, dancing. For information, Trisha 284-7480. Feb. 13 Quincy: Mardi Gras, Quincy Vets Hall, 7:30 p.m.=midnight. Fundraiser for community radio KQNY. No host bar, best costume contest, authentic Cajun food from Southern Accent; admission, $10. Lake Davis: Rotary Club Snowmobile Poker Run; check-in 9-11 a.m.; prize drawing 2-2:30 p.m. Alternate storm-out date is Feb. 20. Entry, $12 per person, 2 or more hands per person $8 at initial time of purchase. For information 836-68t 1 or visit PortolaRotaryClub.com. Lake Almanor: Lake Almanor Snowmobile Club Poker Run; Lake AImanor Snowmobile Park, Highway 36 and A13; registration 8:30-11 a.m.; lunch by Rotarians, pulled pork sandwiches and sides, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; prize drawing, 2 p.m. Poker Run and lunch, $25; extra hands, $5; lunch only, $9. For information 284-7469 or 596-4354. Feb. 14 Quincy: Sweetheart Dinner, featuring prime rib and shrimp scampi, Feather River Grange, 55 Main St. Only 100 tickets available, $20 per ticket. For tickets, Pare at Plumas Bank or call 283-9932 or 924-9334. Quincy: Singles' Mingle, 6-9 p.m., Morning Thunder CafG, for singles 35 and older, $5 per person includes food and wine. For information Sharon Sousa, 283-6307. Indian Valley: Wine tasting, chocolate and art, Mt. Huff Golf Course, Highway 89 and Arlington Road, 2-5 p.m., featuring fine jewelry by Jeff Luke Titcomb, Sego Lily designs, $20 per person. For reservations and information, 284-6204. **To include free or nonprofit, fundraising, educational or charity events in this calendar, e-mail mhill@plumasnews.com or call Mona Hill at 283-0800. For sporting events, including charity golf tournaments, call Shannon Morrow at 283-0800 or e-mail smorrow@plumasnews.com. We will publish the name of the event, location, date, time and a phone number. ilp m l l l l m m m l l m l m --- m m --- m -- ql !1 SENIOR 1VI.~IN]'[.J Monday, Feb. 15 Thursday, Feb. 18 Sites Closed. President's Day Ethnic meal: sweet & sour | iiFor the nutrition site in your chicken, carrots, peppers, snow area call: Chester, 394-7636; Tuesday, Feb. 16 peas; white rice, mandarin | ~| Quincy, 283-0643; Spinach salad, egg sand- oranges & fortune cookie . Greenville,284-6608; wich, navy bean soup, | i|Portola, 832-4173; orange slices, ice cream Friday, Feb. 19 +. Blairsden, 836-0446, 832-4173. Baked fish, bulghur pilaf, | i|Suggested lunch donation Wednesday, Feb. 17 whole grain roll, confetti + price is $2.50. One guest may Meat loaf, steamed zucchini, coleslaw, green beans with | 1 accompany each senior, baked sweet potato, whole almonds, angel food cake & | + $6 mandatory charge, wheat roll, mixed fruit strawberries Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Chocolate and wine--and art! Mt. Huff Golf Course will host a wine tasting, chocolate and art event 2-5 p.m. Valen- tine's Day, Sunday, Feb. 14. Jeff Luke Titcomb of Sego Lily Designs will be the fea- tured artist. Titcomb was born and raised in Salt Lake City and the mountains of central Utah (Sanpete County). After graduating from Tay- lorsville High School in Tay- lorsville, Utah, he worked many years in the metal in- dustry with copper and alu- minum wire manufacturing. Later, he managed a fine jewelry department for Nord- strom in Salt Lake City. To pursue his interest in fine jewelry, Titcomb went to work for a fine jewelry and diamond store in American Fork, Utah. He went on to sell silver and semi-precious stone jewelry at a store in New York From there, he made his way to Plumas County. For the past eight years, Titcomb has worked with Bink and Josh Huddleston, proprietors of the Silver Sage (formerly Main Street An- tiques) in Greenville, where his studio is located. Titcomb's main focus is sterling silver and semi-pre- cious stone jewelry With gold and diamond designs. In ad- dition to some costume and antique costume jewelry, he does some designing with copper. To bring the old in with the new, Titcomb takes antique beaded jewelry to create new and one-of-a-kind pieces. He does not see a piece of jewelry that is too old or broken with- out seeing what it could be- come. When an older piece is cleaned and reset it is unique and beautiful. Titcomb's concept for jew- elry is that it can be a fun ex- pression of one's style and does not alway~ have to be made with the most expen- sive or rare stones. They can be small and simple or very large and both; either way, the pieces say something about the attitudes and style of the wearer. Titcomb's goal is to provide a great range of beautiful, ex- pressive artisan jewelry from the very affordable to the- sky-is-the-limit rare pieces. The Valentine event is $20 per person. For reservations and information call 284-6204. Jeff Luke Titcomb will show his jewelry at a Valentine wine and chocolate tasting event at Mt. Huff Golf Course Sunday afternoon:. Titcomb specializes in remaking old pieces. Photo submitted @ Almanor Bowling Center (The Bear Club) f~ invites you to a night of ~!:+, /r/f/~p & Saturday, February 13th Dinner starts at 5:00 Red Onion Grill $39.95 Speemi Menu. Support the local economy! Need help REPI NG If it's ~ing we can'~ll find some~o can. ATTY SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 PLUMAS