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Progressive. Record, Reporter Wednesday, @ril 4, 2001 1~ Photos by Victoria Metcalf Kathy Wickman, Artists in the Schools coordinator for the I nn, the originator of Childrlrl's Art Month, holds Plums County/iris Commission, shows another piece of of the works chosen for this year's showing, art work. Metcaif artists in grade through high school c' g given the opportuni- SOme ,of their work Children s Art Month as County. SChool children the area have to share their fa- works, produced ;h the Plumas County ion's (PCAC) Schools program. een local artists have . .- ap to one month each in 4." throughout the sharing their articu With students These ibers of the Plumas Society are hosting ights and Sounds of our Friends in Plumas '," Wednesday, April 4. :d identification work- James Paruk will be the Plumas County Li- room. Social Potluck finger foods 6 P.m., and the meet- 7p.m. an ornithologist, biology instructor River College, will adventures and also cover the basics identification, high- g species in Plumas arts include both visual and performing, said Kathy Wick- man; Artist in the Schools co- ordinator. Showing what students have learned has been the fo- cus in celebrating student art, she said. "It's not a contest," she ex- plained, "it's just a show." Last year was the first time the program was offered and was the vision of PCAC Busi- ness Administrator Martha Flynn. "It was just an idea of mine. I thought we should promote student art." But due to the overwhelm- ing response in its first year, PCAC has had to impose lim- its on the number of entries. According to Wickman, only five pieces of art can be sub- mitred from each class. Subject matter varies from animals to fruit to self-por- traits, Wickman said about the art that has arrived for" display. The mediums also vary, from watercolor, acrylic paint, pencil, colored pencil and more. The arts are a vital and ex- citing part of our children's education, Wickman said. RENO SHOW Reno April 6, 7 &8 Guns/Knlves/Accessorles Cowboy/Indian/Antiques Decoys/Fishing Collectlbles Ammunitlo~/Books Free Appraisals Fri-Sat 9-5; Sun 9-3 Open to Public S8 15 Under FREE 77S.828.23S0 in Johnsville will be opening for your dining pleasure THURSDAY APRIL 12TH dzations will be cov- are considered a L trY skill for birding lo- 'atory information on rds will also be shared. nore information, con- Strzalkowska at or Judy Buck at 283- served from 5 pm Tuesdays ir Reservations 836-2376 I Children love to participate in children, will be held at the the arts and the Artist in the following places: Sierra Sun- Schools program is providingrise Care in Greenville Thurs- more artist workshops in theday, April 5, at 7 p.m.; Morn- schools than ever before, ing Thunder in Quincy, April And along with the visual 12 at 7 p.m.; and at ban's Faro- arts displays, Words and Mu-ily Diner in Chester April 25 sic throughout the month of at 6 p.m. April, will also be devoted to As well as these events, look students and their performing for student art at the follow- expression, ing establishments: Plumas An art gallery opening lea- Banks, Plumas County Muse- turing children's art is set for urn, Plumas County Libraries, Friday, April6, at5p.m, at the ABC Resource Center, and Plumas County Art Gallery onparticipating restaurants, as Main StreetinQuincy. well as a large display at A second open house will be PCAC. held at the ABC Center in Por more inf?)rmation, or to Chester Wednesday, April 18.sign up for Words and Music, Words and Music--acoustic contact Kathy Wickman at music, poetry and more by 283-3402. Great Room. Great Rate. Per Night Sun.-Thur in April I-ASK FOR SUSAN i~[:IO~I~ri/~ Hotel/C~no 351-4711 I wvew,sitveidull.(om I Viclo~i0n $11u0re i Sparks I Across ft0m the Nugget Feather River College Foundation Party at the Inn & Grand Adventures Auction Saturday, April 7, 2001 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Feather River Inn, Blairsden Join us for a gala evening of fun and food. The auction will feature many opportunities for grand adventures and wonderful gifts! All proceeds received from the event will be ised for student scholarships and other college needs. Auction items include: white water raring trips, canoe trips, guided tours of the alpine lakes, gourmet dinners, scenic flights, weekend getaways at mountain cabins, golf packages, artwork, beauty packages, home interior items, and more! Ticket Price: $3S per person Indudes dinner and one raffle ticket of the Phmas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifacts Here is this week's look at one of the treasures not nor- mally on display at the Plumes County Museum. Our fea- tured artifact is met- al and wood. It is ap- proximately 10-1/2" by 16", and was made by Sadler & Co. The individual metal bands lock down on one side. What is it? The an- swer will be in next week's paper. If you think you know what it is, call the muse- um at 283-6320. Last week's answer: We don't know! We hoped that one of our readers would be able to identify it. HAVE. YOU BEEN FAYING ATTENTION? You 5uessec it... bar and 5rill Call.. (J 6- www.plumaspi.es5olf .cm NO MOVIE WED., APRIL 4t" Quincy Friends of Music Presents QHS Jazz Band, Concert Band & Special Guests BENEFIT CONCERT 7 $3 donation All proceeds benefit uincy Friends of Music ACADEMY NOMINATIONS . ~ It~d.g - - Mor#q Night 2 for $7.OO Wedne#ey cou r _ z I1 lAdults ............. $S.00 ~ OPEN / 1 I Children ............ $3.50 [ 7 DAYS llO[lJH I Students& / AWEEK IltltLL I S nio,, ............ .00 T [ email: ththeatr@inreach.com 1,1tEItTlli ~-,40-,~ ~" S'., ~'":~. O~