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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb 21 2~)~' 11B stars as a wicked Production version of Photos by Victoria Metcatf witch in the new "Beauty and the Kim Carroll, a star in many Thompson Production plays, is featured in "Beauty and the Beast" as the talking gargoyle who continually pesters the kingdom's prince. / plays the part of Gaston, a handsome and Under the work and direction of Barbara Palmerton, eSSed man about the village. Carey smells a costumes for "Beauty and the Beast" have been creat- to each of the actors during one recent ed. Metcalf the pantomime, where laugh- Town Hall Theatre on Main Dinner and theater pack- ter is part of the plan. Street in Quincy. A specialages are available by contact- Writer Anne Gaudet Produced by Earl Thomp- matinee is set for Sunday, ing Moon's restaurant in once again, this son Productions, rehearsals March 4, at 2 p.m. Quincy, at 233.0765, the well-known have been underway in the Admission to the play is $10 The package includes din- 'Beauty and the old Livery, in Quincy, since for adults, $5 for children, ner and theater tickets for $20 aplay, the first of the year. Tickets are available at the for adults and $10 for chil- other Gaudet Performances are set for Bookshelf, Quincy Natural dren. Story line is done in Wednesday, Feb. 28, and Foods and the Plumas County 'riglish tradition of March 1-3, at 7 p.m. in the Arts Commission. the postpone- wine and sodas will be served, the Plumas County Arts Com-dessert and a beverage. raurder mystery The dinner and theater willmission(PCAC). Tickels can be purchased at fundraiser of start at 7 p.m. Participants in the eveningPCAC at 372 Main Street in Heard." The mystery dinner is a fun- are encouraged to compete Quincy, or the Bookshelf, at and mystery playpacked evening to enjoy with with other members of the au- 373 Main Street, in Quinc). Feb. 10, family and friends, said dience to see if they can solve To reserve tables, contact in Quincy, but Mar[ha Flynn, one of the orga- the mystery. The table thatFlynn at 283-3402. that week- nizers, solves the mystery first will be "Tickets sell fast and only the date to be All money raised at the shoW the night's winners. 140 tickets will be sold," Flynn Feb. 24. goes directly to the Associa- Tickets are $15 per person,advised. "l)on't wait too long Open at 6:30 p.m. tion of Concerned Theater Go- which includes barbecued ribs to purchase your tickets for bar, where beer,ers (ACT). Act is a project of and chicken, salad, bread, this fun filled evening." l~aLte o breakIast I Breakfast Included. F~ M6HT II SUN.- R~. Thr0o~ F~wy 2m for two people with each night's stay. ~INO nc.~wJt an~l mec.J .~,octs ,s~j3m,:t ~ a~vaJ~ac~ny Big Band Dinner & Dance Semi-Formal 20 piece band Saturday, March 17'h No Host Cocktails: 5:30 with live classical guitar Dinner: 7:00 Auction: 8:00 Dancing: 8:30 # Tulsa Scott Pavilion _ q, Plumas County Fairgrounds, Quincy # t For ticket information, contac @ Quincy Chamber of Commerce 283-0188 Artists is Plumas County-- tries, with fees, is March 3I and beyond-- are being invit- As in past years, the Susan ed to enter their work in this Downey Kelly Award for Wa. year's Taylorsville Art Show, tercolor Excellence will be se- April 7 and 8. This sixth annu- letted and featured. This al event is sponsored by the year's judge is Delton Clifton, Workshop for Plumas Artists winner of last year's award. and will be open in both two- "Lake Powell #4." and three-dimensional medi- Artists entered in the show ums. No crafts will be includ- will gather for an hors d'oeu. ed. vres reception and "sneak pre- The show is designed to pre- view" the evening before the sent to the public the many tal- show opens. entsofarea residents. The show, at the Gem and Entries must be original art. Mineral Buihling, is open t,~ Paintings and photographs the public, free of cbar~'~e, t~ will be limited to 36 x 36 inch- freshments will be serried and es; pottery and other three-di- several special attraetiCms ~~ mensional work will not be being planned, accordi~ t,~ limited in size. Fabric art is es- the WPA committee. pecially encouraged. Art previ- A new feature of the show, ously exhibited at this show started last year, is a piece of will not be eligible, artwork being raffled to ben(> Entry information is avail- fit Greenville High School's :~rt able from Sharon Foote, 284- program. This year's art piece, 6059. Each artist may enter is a finely crafted small mhl~,. three pieces; a nominal fee will being produced by Marlo 'f':,l be charged. Deadline for en- dei, well-known wood ',~,, l:~,i ! : i! l i- {iiiii~i I Now Pmdu ng W Commercials[ 590-4702 420 PENINSULA DRIVE -* LAKE ALMANOR "AN EMOTIONAL BLOCKBUSTER THAT WILL TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY! A film of enormous impact and inspired artistry that moves like a speeding.train, with a titanic performance by Tom Hanks." NEW YORK O SERVt:R "One of the most unforgettable movies : you 11 ever see. JeffCraig, ~ SIXTY SECONI) PREVIEW "Two Thumbs Up!" EBERT & ROEPER AND THE MOVIES % mesmerizing epic." I)a~d l)en~, THE NEW YORKER "You will walk out of the theater in absolute awe." Joel Siegel, GOOD MORNING AMERICA , i Monday . Ladtes Night . 2 for$'/.O0 WednesdayCouples Hight. 2 for $7.50 i k ~ ...... ~'~11 1.... I Children .................................................. $3.50 ~l I/UUill i Students & II Seniors ...... ; ............................................. $4.00 1HRLL Sentor~ ................. $4.00 ]i mTltEllTltE 283-1140"469 ?2"'hQuincy' CA I A non-profit corporation bringing entertai ,t ~ t e community, I