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12B Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Genna &Jesse to p, f Dramaworks is hosting an evening of music this Friday, April 26. Genna Giacobassi, singer/songwriter, and Jesse Dyen, guitar/keyboards, will offer guests an inviting, powerful performance at the West End Theatre in Quincy. Giacobassi, originally from Lansing, Mich.,grew up immersed in music. She moved to San Francisco in 1995 after studying voice at Interlochen Arts Academy and began honing her performance and songwriting skills. Her soulful voice has been likened to that of Billie Holiday, Lucinda Williams and Joni Mitchell. Dyen has a colorful music history as well, writing, recording and producing music across the country. The two promise an intimate and inclusive show offering a unique combination of original music as well as a selection of songs by their peers. The show begins at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30. Alley Cat Cafe will be open during the event, offering refreshments. Tickets are $8 and are available for purchase at Alley Cat Cafe and Quincy Thrift or online at westendtheatre:us. Genna Giacobassi and Jesse Dyen create powerful, intimate performances. Catch them live this Friday, April 26, in Quincy. Photo submitted Darth Vader welcomes everyone to a Star Wars costume party May 4, in celebration of -- you guessed it -- National Star Wars Day. Photo submitted Star Wars Day celebration May 4 Saturday, May 4, is National Star Wars Day and dramaworks is holding a costume dance party at the West End Theatre. Guests are encouraged to don their Star Wars attire and come join the festivities. There will be a costume socialbeginning at 7 p.m. The Alley Cat Cafe will be open, offering beer, wine and coffee drinks. There will also bea fajita bar on the patio. Music and dancing begin at 8. Local funk band Stratus will offer partygoers a fun selection of dance music and their own interpretation of several Star Wars themes. Intermission will include a costume contest, "intergalactic talent" and a prize drawing. Tickets are $8 each and are available at the Alley Cat Caf6, Quincy Thrift or online at westend "May the 4th be with you." FISH, from page 1B Hi;i:! it!i: i ii!ii!::'ii !:!; iiiil !i;!i o also a perfect stream for a salmon egg and split shot rig. The easy access and plentiful trout make it perfect for kids. In the Almanor Basin, Hamilton Branch and the North Fork Feather offer great fishing opportunities. The North Fork can be accessed by road at several points. If you want some solitude and maybe some better fishing, try hiking away from the road access points. Yellow Creek in Humbug Valley is another favorite. It begins as a classic spring creek and then changes to a freestone stream as it leaves the valley. The crown jewel of the local streams has to be the Middle Fork Feather River. This designated Wild and Scenic River begins from the many springs of the Sierra Valley and then flows through Portola arid Graeagle before following Highway 70 for several miles. The last road access before the Middle Fork enters an extremely rugged canyon is at Red Bridge on La Porte Road. From there, access to the A happy angler displays a monster mackinaw from Bucks Lake. Photo courtesy Bryan Roccucci, Big Daddy's Guide Service Middle Fork requires a long steep hike. The upper portion of the Middle Fork has some very good trout fishing, but for those Got the blahs and need support? II Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line | at 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 ! for support and possible referrals. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 '*'_ Center 1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515  A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center willing to make the hike, the fishing in the canyon is world- class. There are too many more streams to mention here. Maybe the bes.t thing to do is get out a map and go exploring. If you want a little help getting pointed in the right direction try one of the many local sporting goods stores to find out what is going on. There are also some excellent guides who can put you in the right spot and teach you all about the right tackle and techniques. Check out the Plumas County Visitors Guide for a list of fishing guides and facilities. SPANISH CREEK BRIDGE TIME CAPSU LE Be a part of historyl Caltrans, the Plumas : : : ........ County Museum, and the U.S. Forest ....... Service are building an interpretive facility A B R! D G E T O near the northwest corner of the Spanish  E I_ U T U R E Creek Bridge at the entrance to the F campground. Items for a "1 O0 Year Time ....  .... Capsule" are being collected, and the capsule will be buried at the facility this spring. If you are interested in participating, please submit items for consideration that represent the old or new bridge or something that reflectsyour experiences in Plumas County. Be creativel Submit a letter, picture, paper, or any other small item that will portray life in 2013. Items will be accepted until May 3 I, 20 i 3 and can be submitted to: Scott Lawson, Director Plumas County Museum 500 Jackson Street, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-6320