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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 13B ARTS a d ENTERTAINMENT A bright lead into the spring season is the annual Rotary Memorial Weekend Craft Fair. In its 17th year, the May 24 - 25 fair will again be located along the banks of the North Fork Feather River in the Chester Park. Photo by M. Kate West M. Kate West "We have yet to have a booth for for both days. Staff Writer leather tooling and there is a group of Vendors are responsible for people particularly interested in this supplying their own tables, chairs and, craft and are hoping to see the art at if needed, electricity. The Rotary Club of Chester is this year's event," Rotary president Applications may be requested by sponsoring the 17th annual Lake Cheri McIntire said. emailing Almanor Memorial Weekend Craft Fair In order to ensure a successful event lakealmanormemorialdaycraftfair@ya on May 24 and 25 in the Chester Park. for both vendors and patrons, the show or by calling Cheri McIntire at The Saturday and Sunday fair, open is juried and registrations are limited. 258-2516. Space is limited and between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m is host to a Rotary limits the number of vendors to applications must be received no later variety of unique craft mediums 55 and all booth items must be than May 2. including, but not limited to, specialty handmade. Resale items, manufactured Revenue from the annual event will food items, handmade lotionsand or commercial products are not return to the community through the soaps, pressed flowers, jewelry, allowed, many youth programs sponsored by the woodworking, photography and yard Crafters have two options for display, Rotary Club of Chester. and fine arts. either a 10-by-10-foot area for $125 or a "We hope that residents who attend "We are always looking for unique, 10-by-20-foot area for $240. The payment this year's event will be pleasantly handcrafted items. This will be the fifth reserves crafters the selected display surprised by the new and unique crafts year Rotary has hosted the event, area only and covers their participation offered by the vendors," McIntire said. Amazing Animals. "Where's the darn cat? I can't hang on much longer," Ashley Spalinger seems to be saying to Cedar the dog in this photo submitted by Ralph and Gayle Higgins, of Greenhorn Ranch. "Snickers, can I please have some nuts?" the squirrel seems to be saying in this photo submitted by Sandy Cunneen. Sierra Vail dy for This year the Sierra Valley cowboy poet wilFbe two Texas, He served in the : The three'shows are Friday: Grange in VinfSfi'is having western musicians: Mary military and devoted 25 years at 7:30 p.m Saturday its 28th consecutive year of Kaye and Joe Herrington. to Scouting. Joe has blended matinee at 2 p.m. and cowboy poetry. The next Mary Kaye will be a his life's experiences with his Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. show is set for March 14 and newcomer to our stage grandfather's and uncle's The shows cost $23. 15. The show will feature a although not new to folks stories of Western ways and Also on the menu are two well-known local poet, who love Western music. Intraditions he heard while dinners: Friday dinner, Sourdough Slim, who has the past few years she hasgrowing up. corned beef and cabbage, is thrilled audiences at the received several awards from The Sierra Valley Grange from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday Grange before. Sourdough the Western Music welcomes the many regularsdinner, roast beef, is from Slim is a singer, songwriter Association. In 1913 she was who have enjoyed these 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dinners are and entertainer. He brings female performerof the year programs over the years, and $12. his unique style and humor and songwriter of the year. invites everyone who has not Tickets for the shows and in performing his own music From Utah she has logged experienced Western music dinner can be purchased at along with Western classics, more than 200,000 miles and poetry. An afternoon or the door before each program He has traveled the U.S. performing in Canada and evening at this major Grange or dinner. For reserved many times over, but still the Western states, fundraiser "can truly taketickets or information call finds time to grace the local Cowboy poet and you back many years ago to a Pam Olivieri or Rich Moore stage, storyteller Joe Herringtontime less stressful and at 831-345-9840 or email Sharing the stage with the was born and raised in complicated." Scholarships and other opportunities available Additional scholarships are listed on, and High school counselors often have applieations as well as information about registering for the SAT and ACT tests. Rotary Music Contest, up to $1,000 Open to ages 14 - 18, based on three- to eight-minute solo instrumental performance. Applications available from high school counselor. Deadline: Feb. 21. CALL THE MOVIE LINE TO CONFIRM BOTH MOVIES! Rotary Speech Contest, up to $1,000 Open to grades nine - 12, based on five- to seven-minute speech on "Engage Rotary, Change Lives, Living a Life of Service Above Self." Applications available from high school counselor. Deadline: Feb. 21. Democrats to hold meeting The Plumas County Democrats Central Committee will hold a meeting Thursday, Feb. 20, in the Plumas County Library conference room in Quincy at 6:30 p.m. The meeting is open to all interested Democrats, who are encouraged to organize. Deadline: Feb. 28. Hays C. Kirby Scholarship, $1,000 - $5,000 Open to high school students Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and last year's grads. Based on Bright Minds Scholarship essay on American flag and Program, $20,000/year arRhem etiquette. Information -- Open to high school, college available at GETTING AN and vocational students-- and Deadline: EDUCATION those returning to school -- March 2. enrolled full-time in a college, university or vocational Joe Foss Institute Video school in 2014-15. Preference Scholarship, Buick Achievers given to those majoring in$1,000 - $5,000 Scholarship, up to $100,000 science, {echnology, Open to llth- and Open to high school seniors engineering or math. Award12th-graders and last year's planning to enroll in a renewable for up to five years; grads. Based on video up to four-year college or university based on community three minutes long reminding and major in engineering, leadership, personal triumph, viewers why our freedoms are technology, design or business financial need and academic worth defending. More with an interest in achievement. Finalists receive information available at automotive. Also available to $2,000. For information, to; click on current college students apply, visit "Student Scholarships." meeting these criteria. Apply Deadline: March 2. at Deadline: Feb. 28. See Scholarships, page 14B Turn your hobby into cash! Be a vendor at: [ Lake Almanor Memorial Weekend Craft Fair J Contact Cheri at 258-2516 or Sponsored by Rotary Club of Chester t "Smiley Riley" is Jim Evans" best buddy. We want to publish unusual "Amazing Animal" shots. Submit your favorite photo and a description of the picture to TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents Fri. Feb. 21 - Mon. Feb. 24 7pm Show 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated R * 138min. Drama TO BE CONFIRMEDl A fictional film set in the alluring world of one of the most stunning scandals to rock our nation, American Hustle tells the story of brilliant con man Irving Rosenfeld (Christian Bale), who along with his equally cunning and seductive British partner Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams) is forced to work for a wild FBI agent Richie DiMaso (Bradley Cooper). DiMaso pushes them finto a world of Jersey powerbrokers and mafia that's as dangerous as it is enchanting. 12 YEARS A Monthly movie schedules are created with the most current information at the time of their creation. Limited film print availability sometimes results in last minute booking cancellations. Patrons axe advised to call the Town Hall Theatre movie line at 283-1140, check the website at or "Like" us on Facebook for the most current film schedule. ~ Adults s8 I~ IBTOlUH [Istuden'ts/seniOrs ]I $7 mHItLL : IIlTHEflTRE 283-114o 469 Main St Quincy, CA Visit us at