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;ire, Re~gress~ve Record Reporter , Wednesday, April 11, 2001 l'lllm NNe l and try contradancing Timey Barn Dance April 20, beginning at the Taylorsville Hall. This family fun is sponsored by the County Arts Commis- the Plumas County Supervisors. you are not sure just zing is. Most 4liar with the square Four couples Square, one for each there, various fig- called, and dancers bllow the caller's lead. f ? " " i ..... :::::::::::::::::::::: ..... i Is it Abbey Road revisited? As close as it will get, as "The Beatles are Back ... Again," April 28 in Quincy. i The Plumas County Arts host this musical extravagan- Commission invites you to en- za again this year," say Rox- joy an evening of music by anne Valladao, director of the the Beatles with "The Beatles Plumas County Arts Cois- are Back... Again" Saturday, sion. "We were getting asked April 28 at the Town Hall The- to bring them back before atre in Quincy. Doors open at they were packed up and gone 7:30 p.m. The show begins at 8 last year." p.m. sharp. Under the coordination of Doug Sheehy, a staple on the local music scene of at least two counties, the music of the fab four has been presented leads us through the career of this most influential of all contemporary musical groups with selections from each al- bum. General Admission is mere- ly $12. Members of the Plumas County Arts Commission pay "The crowd was cheering a discounted price of $10 and and singing along and there enjoy access to a "Members was dancing in the aisles. The Only" seating section. Admis- musicians were feeding offsion at the door, assuming the energy of the crowd and that the show is not sold out firing it right back. The per- in advance (which seems an- Photo submitted Witha manyhigh leVelpeople,Of . rik .. H lan will be calling for Um AWII 20 dancing In Tap b uaaCadoretyfmluaScSien and formance of a talented array likely)will be $15. s in a of Lassen County musicians You may purchase tickets for Strangers to '%SuV s ce'will be provided by real to encourage a hassold out to a dienees in varletyf frmSuThe shw traversed from rock and roll in advance at the Plumas rtner switchin to strings, and acapella to County Art Gallery at 372 d g ls en-Ken Cawley, Kenny Davis andwide-spread attendance and all I assen and Plumas counties brass brought us allMain Street,next to the Bank ,'b:?urlng YOUa friend.Can DressCme Leslie Mink who are the Post ages are strongly encouragedfor three years running with the energy thatqUintet' was 'The Fab of Amrverica.hkuo Wear something com.Industrial String Band. We are to particlpate. Adult,admission audience members crossing Four.' It v, as all there right Galley rs' arein 10QuinCY'a.m.-4 all pleased to note that our is $5. Members of the Plumasover county borders to see the then and it was the place to p.m. Tuesday through Satur- Layers Work, as it s caller Erik Hofffman is reput- County pay $4 and children un- show more than once " omest irkuPnio ,,va Sweat,,, _even. ed to be one of the best in the der 18 pay only $2. "The Plumas County Arts be." day. You may also call (530) val'-- basic state and maybe even the na- Call the Plumas County ArtsCommission is delighted to Narrator Mike Smith, 283-3402 to charge your tickets 'Sul lrlg'Practice.S moStMosthaveim, tin'mlSslonkd w Commission office at (530) - KSUE Radio newsperson, by phone. sagodpairofshoes. A " " ill be collected 283-3402forore information ..... at the door and will be mini- laza yo,un, eers Art in the P irk callo for - Im= ' ==== =, Volunteers are needed to . . ~er bu ~i~_ ~~l~ ,~ :~~ ~l~ help prepare the Dame Shirley ,-U v l -------n. lii nll illl Uli Plaza f or seeding, artists and heir work iraqi--.,.4.hal.i ....... " ]p More volunteers are needed "5 DODDIn ! io soon on weekends, especially the Artists who specialize in Space fees are $10, which two-dimensional art are invit- gives each artist a space on the ia Ilk) --i ii ..... f- .":'- .... weekend of April 28 and 29.ed to share their new works at lawn and in the shade, for the Hares were once considered over-familiar males. Few peo- Those interested in helping heeathercur e of PUblishinggardeners. whiteWitches'haresfamiliarS'were thoughtIn Britain,to be pletodaygetbuttO witnesSthe suCh, madSCenes andare askedsteel to bring along wire Art in the Park Saturday, July day's events.. 21. For information on renting a phrase as a - rakes to help smooth Held at t]fizzard's Glory RV space, contact Muir at 836-0205. e of the silverthe spirits of girls who were - Marct hare" is still commonly the area for grass seeding.Park in Cromberg,,,, this is the Last year, Art in the Park at- nd Children,s stories, forsaken by their lovers re- used. The goal is to have a grassy second year the event is coor- tracted 15 artists and drew 100 SOon Play one of histurning to haunt those who Hares and rabbits are oftenarea with picnic tables ready ]Portant roles--the had betrayed them. confused, but there are impor- by June. Planters, a foun!am dinated by artist Victoria people. And, $3,000 in art was Unny. Peter CottontailIt was also an ancient belief rant differences between them. and other amenities will DeMuir. , sold, Muirsaid. e.hPPin' down the that if a pregnant woman met Rabbiis seek shelter in a bur- added as funds are available. II WE DO TYPESETTING! ! rafl bringin, every girla hare, her baby would be born row when disturbed The larg- Volunteers can come out for oasRets of painted with a hare-lip It was recom- er hares with their longer legs a few hours or all day. They I CaH-"THE PRINT SHOP'yat Feather.Publishing, || mended that the expectant take flight. Baby hares, called are encouraged to dress for Y Y'isn'ttheaEastermale InRabbitfact, :: eesr tear some of her fawns, are born with their eyes hard work in the sun, with [ " 283-0800 even a rabbit He s abet:, ...s off to prevent bad luck closed. Rabbits are born with hats, sunscreen, Water and a aumg her and the baby. their eyes wide open. lunch. E/ "igin of the Easter Bun- wnlie this is the busiest of To the superstitious, this is No work is scheduled over seasons for the e m ortant dis tmn be the Easter w 1 iced to spring celebra- Easter-" 15ann- s rggbearing an ise pof the ' tinc " - lowm w eekend. The fo - inoring the hare god- "" " Y' p ing is alsocau luckiness of the " g eekend, the work me busiest time of ea hmd foot of The lan for i|ong ago. Oestre, the d " y r for hisleft " the rabbit. P " " pulling bricks and of spring and the eraltls!te relatives. With the ancient legend is based on the laying sprinkler lines and [as USUally portrayed ~ lgn of spring weather a belief that baby rabbits are valves. unny's thoughts turn to love. born withtheireyesopenand For m0reinformation, con- mmlm 'ir r With the head of a i mr v N c o s N folklore abounds hus have the w r to ward tact Valerm Nellor hare was said tolay of the "mad Mar wlthtales t . pc e at283-3739 T-L.JIIITglI !,springtime which ch hares." The offthe Evil One or Judl Madden at 283-1605. ' .fl | | | | L" animals rear onto their back .... Where we get modern legs, square up to each other D kY5 /ar egg hunts.: Bunny originated in emitting grunts and screams ..... ...... ..... ,>. B/ believe that the actu- as they clobber each other - l l i' $rll with their.forepaws Forcen- i j .C" w,