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16B Wednesday March 14 2001 This year's Lassen County On Wheels". fair parade features 100 cows The project includes; 100 on wheels, according to Lassen three-dimentional, life-sized County Arts Commission and wooden cow silhouettes on Lassen County Fair officials, wheels, uniquely adorned, by There will be a $7,000 grant Lassen County schools, agen- from California Fairs and Arts cies, organizations, and busi- Alliance, 2001, California De- nesses. partment of Food and Agricul- "Collectively these entries ture, Division of Fairs and Ex- become a public art installa- positions, and the California tion representing community, Arts Council in support of the (range)ing from agriculture to proposed project; "Art Cows art (no bull). This un(herd) of Photo submitted The Beatles are Back 2001 includes three perfermaaces at II p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31, and 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 1, at the Susanvllle Veteran's Memorial Hall on Main Street across from LamNm High lkdlm . The gkmtkm Are Back This year's production will Back by popular demand af-be held at the Susanville Vet- ter sell-out performances three erans Memorial Building, 1205 years running, "The Beatles Main St., Susanville. Are Back," a show, put togeth- Tickets are on sale now at er and performed by communi- the Lassen County Arts Coun. ty members, will feature music cil, 807 Cottage St., and The by the Fab Four. Daily Grind, 1001, Main St., Su- Selections from all their al- sanville. hums will be presented by a General Admission is $12, variety of local entertainers. LCAC Members, $10, Students The Lassen County Arts $6. Limited preferred seating Council will present "The Bea. is being offered on a first ties Are Back" 2001 show offer, come, first served basis. For ing three performances ached, additional information contact uled for 8 p.m. Friday, March the LCAC 257-5222, Monday 30, Saturday, March 31, and 3 thorugh Friday 8:30 a.m.. 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 1. p.m. Entries wanted on for kids Feather Publishing has de- cided to extent the kid's page name contest an extra week, wit the new deadline for en- tries set for March 21. Children ages 14 and under are encouraged to enter the contest, with a grand prize of t sr The winner will receive an award certificate and check, in addition to being featured on our next kid's page. The new monthly page be- gan in February, with articles about Valentine's Day and in- teresting puzzles and games. Each new page will get bet- ter and brighter, as student. written book reviews and oth. er great features are added. To enter the name contest, send in the form below. And, ff you are interested in writing for our kid's page, call 283-0800, and ask for Jenette Meneely, or write to: Feather Publishing Kid's Page, P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971. Name: Age: .... School Name: Address: Telephone: Your kid's page name: ,,.,f,, r, Mall to: Feather Publishing Co., Inc., Kid's Page P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971 I IIII IIII II Name Contest Lassen Land (LL) and Trails Trust (TT) members are excit- ed to sponsor the ninth annual Depot Dance Saturday, March 24, featuring the return of Gui- tar Wood and the Boilers. The annual fundralser will be held at the Elk's haALl from 8 p.m. - I a.m. Local group "Con- trolled Burn" will play from 8- 9 p.m. in the Elk's Bar. This annual event features not only music but also a spread of free hors d'oeuvres provided by LL and TT mere. bers. Also during the evening is the e silent auction With items donated by many local businesses, individuals and LL and TT members. Guitar Woody and the Boil- ers haft from Reno and play a variety of rockin' boogie.woo- gie blues with a generous addi- tion of classic rhythm and blues, soul, Jazz, swing and even a little country, surf or Cajun stomp for fun. The Depot Dance is a smoke free, family.oriented event. Tickets are available at Margle's Book Nook, the Lassen County Arts Council, the Lassen Chamber of Com- merce and at the door. Proceeds from the Depot Dance go to help maintain the Susanville Historic Railroad Depot on Richmond Road LL and TT is in the process of adding a $30,000 professionally designed educational exhibit in the Depot for community use. The display will feature local railroad and area history. For more information on the Depot Dance call the Depot at 7-3252. Hi VIsit our Web site: www plumasnews c0m v~ t f ~lletin Pr09ressive Re(~t! "cow moooovement" will make terest in the arts. This project its public debut at the Lassen invitational provides a bridge County Fair Parade, 200i as it for communication, a vehicle "moo0ves on down" to the. for self-expression, and a Lassen County Fair Grounds, for defining who we are installation site,' said Council as lividuals, organizations, Executive Director Colleen Thorn. "Art Cows On Wheels" is a creative, attenti(;n-getting in- teractive art even-based pro- ject, designed to encourage community participation." A media spectacle is anticipated, with the intent of encouraging fair-goers, while increasing in- and community, collectively in an artistic way, she said al- though whimsical in content, the ultimate message is that art does move us. It does so in meaningful ways beyond our wildest imaginations....and its great fun!" Contact the Lassen County Arts Council for your official entry form 257.5222, located at 807 Cottage St., Susanville, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4k 0 p.m. Registration is encouraged. These entries will be available on a first come, first served basis; with no en- try fee in this first year. Initiating the project was the design of this three-dimention- al, life-size cow project. Theodor Judge, Sculptor, of Janesville, was selected for this detail. High Desert State Prison, Arts-In Corrections, under the direction of Joe Rees created the cut outs: They and assembled to tribution by the partment of Forestry; Crew 2. In conjunction Lassen County Lassen County Arts "Art Cows the Lassen County women are sponsor cial youth prize Tales." able for that entrY Lassen County Arts 4,000 Sq. Ft. Pardner Feed Store 1980 i~i~i~,~i!~~ ~ii~ ~ 24,000 $q. Ft. Robbina House of Furniture Fall 1998 t Can be used for any furniture purchase of $199 to $398. 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