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Wednesday, April 9, 2014 13B Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter New artists added to festival lineup Last week, High Sierra Music announced more acts for the 24th annual High Sierra Music Festival running July 3 through July 6 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. Daffy and late-night schedules will be announced later this spring. For all details on tickets, camping and parking, visit highsierramusic.com, or High Sierra Music's Facebook, Twitter and Iristagram sites. The High Sierra Music Festival ha been recognized for over two decades for its trademark sense of community and annual traditions among festivalgoers and music lovers. "The picturesque location, wide variety of artists, unique musical settings and affordable prices all combine to make High Sierra the ultimate, intimate festival experience," says High Sierra Music. "The scenic beauty of the Sierra foothills is a great place for a variety of outdoor activities, creative arts, personal wellness programs and educational events." The festival features intimate artist "playshops," an interactive family area, daily parades, a variety of food with no waiting lines, yoga, Pilates and dance classes along with the opportunity to just relax and camp with good friends. With endless hiking and biking and a full spectrum of music offered on multiple daytime stages and multiple nighttime venues, the High Sierra Music Festival is an anticipated yearly event and an experience for people of all ages. Tickets and information A limited allotment of advance four-day passes are now available for $207.50. The price will increase May 12 or when the allotment runs out, whichever comes first. Teen passes ($110.50) are valid for ages 13 - 16 and teens must be accompanied by a ticketed adult guardian. Kids' four-day passes are $55 (ages 5 - 12); kids 4 and under are free. All multi-day tickets include camping. On-site camping may reach capacity. On-site parking requires the You are done with the physical, mental emotional abuse that has been going on in your home for years, but don't know where to turn for help. Call the confidential: 4 Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: at 1-877-332-2754 .llli.. or 283-4333 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center .... purchase of a vehicle pass. Premium FestivALL packages include four-day festival passes, access to a VIP lounge near the Grandstand Stage featuring elevated viewing, private port-o-johns, a massage chair (limited hours), beer and wine tastings, snacks, access to all late-night shows, festival T-shirts, festival posters and drink tickets, and early entry into the festival. Prices range from $725 to $1,799. FestivALL RV packages are sold out. About High Sierra Music High Sierra Music has been producing world-class music festivals since 1991. An independent production company based in Berkeley, the organization was founded with the first High Sierra Music Festival, its cornerstone event that takes place every July 4 weekend in Northern California. High Sierra Music remains committed to its grassroots beginnings by drawing support from its loyal community of patrons, staff, volunteers and non-corporate sponsors. In addition to the High Sierra Music Festival, the organization produces the annual DelFest, taking place May 22 25 this Year, in Cumberland, Md., and Hangtown Halloween Ball, taking place Oct. 23 - 26 in Placerville. Additionally, High Sierra has produced events in Georgia, Massachusetts, Missouri and Las Vegas, and presents concerts in San Francisco and the Lake Tahoe area. ANDERIJNI & MCSWEENEY LI2 Terry Anderlini is a Nonhero Calitbrnia Super Lawyer, a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and Past President of the Stale Bar of Califomia. We specialize in wild fire litigation and serious personal injury, cases. Local Refirences Call 650-212-0001 and ask lbr Terry. Anderlini o," Chris Andersen tanderlini@anderlinimcsweeneylaw'cm candersen@anderlinimcsweeneylaw.com i ll,l,i i i CAIAZZO, from pagei9B protective factors that can mitigate the risk of child abuse, helping parents to avoid negative and/or violent parenting behaviors: parental resilience, social connections, knowledge of parenting, concrete support in times of need and children's social/emotional development. PRS offers many services countywide that help build up healthy families and children, including WIC, Nurturing Parenting classes, women's groups, domestic violence services and several child care-resource programs. PRS also offers services such as Community Connections, which works to strengthen the fabric of our communities through exchanging services with our neighbors. Where abuse or bullying has occurred, the CHAT program offers free and confidential therapeutic services to any child victim. Our programs work together within PRS and with many other agencies and county departments to make Plumas County a safer place to raise happy, healthy children. As the saying goes -- it takes a village to raise a child. My hope for Plumas County is that we increase our awareness of child abuse, including ways we as individual community members can make a difference. It may be visiting with a friend or neighbor with young children so that they have another adult to talk with during their day, or arranging a playdate so that your kids have a chance to build their social development skills while you and another parent have a chance to catch up. In more extreme circumstances, if you see or know of a child being abused, I urge you to call Plumas County Child Protective Services at 283-6350. More information on the CHAT program and PRS is available at www.plumasruralservices.or g or by calling 283-3960. Like so many other social ills, child abuse thrives in environments where it remains hidden, not discussed and tacitly permitted by society because no one stands up against it. I believe Plumas County is the kind of place where people can bring this issue to the light and realize that reaching out for help is a step to be encouraged and met with understanding and support. We, each of us, have the ability to mare this difference. Heather Caiazzo is a certified marriage and family therapist. Become on advocGte for o' chiki in need Plumas CASA (530) 283-2227 CASA . # r r ,   Online Auction through BidCal, Inc., April 12 th-15 th On site preview Saturday, April 12 th, 9am-3pm ONLY at 702-000 :. 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