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Pr~, Record, Reporter 7ednesday, May 2, 2001 11a l .... :t i,:: II: ! },:: ilJ" j David U. Duskin of Duskin Art Works treat partnership in life and art as Imstness. Join them for the artist recepUo~ for their collaborative in- entitled "What is Art?..." at the Plumas County Art Gallery on Friday, 5- 7 p.m. I i County Art glass art. They design and at 372 Main work collaboratively at their an in- Main Street studio in Quino hr" c-entitled' "What is cy. l ..,.reated by DuskinIn their 'What is Art ~o~ Friday, May 6,Show," Corinne and David atUrday, June 2. ~elllble with your experiment withothermedi- ~a~d fellow cultural urns such as photography, T - kers to investigate siblyil paintS,strawberries.Chocolate and pos- L 4 ers offered to theBe sure to make it to their r posed in the exhibit~ , opening on May 6, from 5 to 7 r~l~a_e and David U. p.m., as the edible part of ~:~fDuskin Art Works their show is for one night only. ~m metal and The Plumas County Arts Gallery, located at 372 Main Street in Quincy, exclusively features the work of regional artists in a variety of medi- ums. The Plumas County Art Gallery is a project of the Plumas County Arts Com- mission, a partner in the Cal- ifornia Arts Council State- Local Partnership Program. Contact the gallery at (530) 283-3402, P.O. Box 618, Quin- cy, CA 95971, or . up roses Photo by Will Farris left, and Margeret Cook are ready for the 27th annual Quilt Show and to be hem this Saturday, May 5, from 1-5 p.m. at the Tayiorsville Com- A donation of $4 is requested. There will also be door prizes. is ,N FOR DINNER STARTING SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2001 hOUrs: Every day 7 am - 9 pm Wednesday 7 am - 2 pm Hwy. 89 Graeagle 836-2393 'ather Colle. presents I National Fingerstyle Guitar Champion Todd Hallawell, along with acoustic guitar wiz- ard Dorian Michael, will per- form for one night only on Sunday, May 6, at the Sierra Sunrise Coffeehouse in Greenville. Hallawell and Michael have created a highly entertaining and eclectic program of acoustic guitar music that is certain to please listeners of all ages. Whether they are playing one of their original duets, singing a Randy Neu- man melody, or just jammin' on one of the standards, Todd and Dorian bring high energ7 and a superbly crafted musical experience to all of their per- formances. The concert begins at 7 D.m. Admission is $8 for adults, and $4 for students. Tickets may be purchased at the door. For more information, contact Sierra Sunrise at 284- 6968, This event is presented in association with the Plumas County Arts Commission. Crescent Mills The next Words and Music at the Crescent Ilotel, located right on Highway 89 in Cres- cent Mills is scheduled for Wednesday, May 6. Featured artists are poet Sue Webber and singe songwriter Corinne. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the featured presentations begin- ning shortly thereafter. Corinne will be performing celtic, bluegrass, and folk tra- ditionats along with her own original tunes. Special guest Ken Cawley joins her on slide guitar and mandolin for a mu- ' sical combination that promis- es to entertain Sue Webber has recently re- located to Indian Valley and has gone straight to the heart of the community'. She has Todd j" % Photo submitted Hallawell, Dorian Michael for Words & Music individual or group interested ' in presenting a song, poem or reading during this portion is encouraged to sign up at the door early in the ew.,ning. Admission is $3 per person at the door Proceeds from the evening are used to pay artist fees and promotional expens- es. All presentations of Words and Music in all county toca- tions are sponsored by the Plumas County Arts Commis- sion. For more information call 2P,3-:{,t02. INEED WEDDING I INVITATIONS? | Call Keri, 283-0800J , Commu~ Dance! ,,, .... :, "Yeterans , Quincy " ............ Featuring the Trash Gordon Eand $5.00 cover charge at the door been writing for about four All proceeds benefit the American years and this reading will be .~-. ~- Cancer Society's "Relay for I, ife'l~:~ her first public performance of" i~:~ , .. Ser,ing Beer, Wine, So,ia~ $ Snack~ ~:=T~ her work. Mu~t be 2i or oJder ~!~ The featured presentations are followed by an Open Mike sectmn where new and famil- --~,,ed to Jar artists are encoma. Now Playing thru Friday, May 4 Nightly 7 pm Friday 7:00 & 9:00pro share their original work with a very receptive audience. AnY BE BOLD. BE BRAVE. NEWSWEEK QUILT SHOWll _. Ren. Zellweger tri.ml ! BRIDGI:'rJONES'S DIARY TEA Hugh Grant is hilariousl = Saturday, May 5 [] -Jeff Giles " 1 to 4 pm Door Prizes [book, JIM JACOB5 anti WARREN CASV_Y ,,t ]5ool ,,ir TICKF-T,-'Y ~=eather ~ive r Cotle~e pre~nts [book, M b9 Jl M JACOB5 WARREN CA, SV.Y / To,,,- %11 Theatre, Mag?.lo. I. z 7:30rM May l3 Z:OO TICKr__T,.% Ti,k~, ,,,,il,bl~ m, l~ook, he.l# ,,,,a C--~ C.,nd~ ([.o,p.,m Monday Ladies Night 2 for $7,00 Wednesday Couples' Night 2 for $Z5~_ X Adults ............. $5.00 Children ........... $3.50 OPEN " , 7 DAYS TOUJH Students& IItLL Seniors ............ $4.00 A WEEK ...... _ email: ththeatr@inreach.com "H[AfH[ 283-1140. 469 Main St., Quincy, CA III II I II II IIIII I A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community. II I I