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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 2, 2012 13B ARTS A N D E.N00]00ERTAINME NT 'Listen to Your Mother': Local mom performs in SF show Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor aknadler@plurnasnews.com Margaret Elysia Garcia rehearsal and meeting moth- ers who write around the North State," said Garcia, who was raised in an urban environment and now lives in Indian Valley with her hus- band and two young children. She can be heard locally on KQNY 91.9 radio sho,ws "Milk- shake and Honey," Mondays 3 - 5 p.m., and "Who Wouldn't Want to be Under the Covers," Thursdays 1:30 - 2 p.m. She also writes about her rural mothering adventures online at talesofasierra- madre.com and about parent- ing news, commentary, tips, education and culture under the name of Maggie Wells at parentingsquad.com. Event details The Cowell Theater, at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, is located near the Golden Gate Bridge, right off U.S. 101 at Marina Boule- vard. The vehicle entrance is at the intersection of Giving Mother's Day a mi- crophone is the thought be- hind "Listen to Your Mother," a national series of live read- ings that local author and col- lege instructor Margaret Elysla Garcia will perform in Thursday, May 10, in San Francisco. Garcia, who will read her essay "Questions and An- swers," is one of 12 Northern Californians chosen out of al- most 40 people who audi- tioned for the show. "We are deeply grateful, to these 12 talented people for being both vulnerable and courageous, and conquering their nerves or at least working with those nerves -- to tell compelling and deeply personal tales of mother- hood," said co-director and producer Kim Thompson- Steel after the first read- through. "It was glorious." "I was honored to be chosen and have had fun returning to the city once a month for Marina and Buchanan. The lobby will open at 6 p.m., with refreshments avail- able for purchase. The show begins at 7 p.m., with no inter- mission. General admission will be $25, if purchased in advance, which includes a processing fee. Tickets at the box office the day of the show will be $27.25. Advance tickets are avail- able by phone at (415) 345- 7575, or via a link on the show website at listentoyour- mothershow.com. Visitors there can choose the local shows tab, then select San Francisco. For directions to Fort Ma- son, a map of the campus and public transportation infor- mation, visit fortmason.org. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be given to 826Valencia, an organiza- tion dedicated to supporting students ages 6 - 18 with their writing skills, and to helping teachers get their students excited about the lit- erary arts. For more informa- tion, go to 826valencia.org. Craft fair entry deadline aDl: roaches M. Kate West Staff Writer chesternews@plumasnews.com The 14th annual Lake A1- manor Memorial Weekend Day Craft Fair will take place Saturday and Sunday, May 26 and 27, in the Chester Park. This will be the third year the Rotary Club of Chester has sponsored this popular crafters' event. The craft fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 P.m.._n bqt_h_.S_1urd_a_apd . coming tadaUy .... Sunday. The 2012 craft fair will feature up to 55 booths of ju- ried, handcrafted items. Guests touring the booths can expect to find pottery, wooden items, specialty foods, jewelry, rugs, scented soaps, quilts, photography and many forms of fine art. Rotarian Cheri McIntire said Rotary is striving to re- cruit new and different types of items for each year's fairs. As of April 27, 30 vendors had registered and calls were still The Rotary Club of C-hester is confident that this year's show will be the best ever, not only for the vendors but craft fair enthusiasts as well. Proceeds from event benefit the club's local community service projects. Among other programs, Rotary supports the Chester Elementary School sixth-grade Phmas to the Pa- cific outdoor education pro- gram, the Chester High School limnology program, the annu- al Rotary at Work Day's Se- nior Offered Services pro- Kindergarten program, the Read Across America book do- nation program and the Ro- tary Youth Exchange pro- gram. Crafters interested in par- ticipating should contact McIntire as soon as possible by calling 258-2516 or emailing almanormemorlaldaycraftfair @yahoo.com. The Chester Park is located one block off Main Street along the banks of the North gram, the annual Major. Apgtt- _.Foork Feather River. ance Cleanup (MAC) program, the ongoing Reading in Off with a t Ticket sales for Feather River College's production of "Hairspray" are off with a bang. Shows start at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday, May 9, and play through Saturday night, with a 2 p.m. Mother's Day matinee Sunday. Among the talented cast are, from left, Samantha Williams, Suzanne Ross and Natalie Kepple, who play The Dynamites. Pre-sale tickets are $10; they will be $12 at the door -- if any are left. Pick yours up in Quincy at Carey Candy Co., Epilog Books or The Finishing Touch. Photo by K, im Carroll Errata: Brush up on hairball Every week we receive a number of unsolicited press releases. Many are complete- ly irrelevant to life in Plumas County; others are simply ridiculous. A new fea- ture, Errata, wilt present the week's strangest letter, news clipping or press release. The following is not a joke, but a genuine press release we received from Petco last week. A hairy dilemma: Brush up on hairballs for National Hairball Awareness Day Hairballs are synony- mous with the gag reflex and the hairball hacking fe- line isn't the only one gag- ging. Pet parents often find themselves retching along- side their kitties during the delivery of these unpleasant "gifts;" which are not only disgusting, but a frequently overlooked health issue. On April 27, National Hairball Awareness Day, cats across awareness the United States have their paws crossed that pet par- ents will pay close attention to the following hairball preventio n tips from Petco. Hairballs defined: It is im- portant to be aware of the causes and symptoms of hairballs. These sticky, wet clumps of hair are caused during a cat's daily groom- ing regimen. Cats inadver- tently swallow loose hair, which collects in their stom- ach or small intestine and is uneasily digested. This blockage can cause cats to hack, gag or retch until they regurgitate the detritus. Symptoms of cats experi- encing a hairball attack in- clude coughing, lethargy or loss of appetite. Hairball prevention: To prevent cats from hairball attacks, start with proper nutrition. Many different types of food reduce shed- ding and help hair move safely and naturally through a cat's digestive system so hairballs do not form. For example, Hill's Science Diet makes a hair- ball control cat food that contains natural vegetable fibers to help aid this process. For those who have questions on their cat's diet, contact one of Petco's Certi- fied Nutrition Advisors, who can help lead any feline to a hairbalt-free life. Hairball fun: In honor of National Hairball Aware- ness Day, there are many ways to get involved online. Help spread the word by hacking up a virtual hair- ball and sending it to friends on Facebook thanks to Hill's Science Diet. FUR- minator is also sponsoring a celebrity-themed "FUR creature" contest. Favorites include Katie Purry and Gene Simmons from HISS. The best FUR creature will be awarded $1,000 to donate to their animal charity of choice, and up to $250 in FURminator tools will be given to the four finalists' charities. y Satscan Electronics d sh Box 209, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-3800 PO Brings It Down To Earth , , AUTHORIZED RETAILER . . , . .  a Adva pM reee 2`n'fn' eaenent and ref5 qfat`  [    e i e b  e W     m m   lesdres AutoPay lh pa iling  p4,=t fro" 0[$lt E,14ewslet, sr od/e rtdemPlio,-t I I=tsl' li 4 5 d$ If Pro  acUtion, kf d{eable PrOnlnlts) PlOd. 5ttm-sn] Pce wig ap. IJpbont  nzetthl fees rn=t apply. Pis, s, proor eo offs sulkiest to cha0e ut ml'ice.,$tiol sb'ct ra,/awly.  syable for new ane quailed fm,r r-tesrs IN , 5/'/9/12. FEATHER RIVER COLLEGE 570 Golden Eagle Ave., Quincy, CA Amy Schultz, MBA, SIFE Advisor Director, WIP-Youth Entrepreneurship Feather River College recently started an outreach to the com- munity through the Entrepreneurship Speaker series and the Plumas Business Summit. Feather Publishing has been an excel- lent media partner in helping to promote our events throughout their four Plumas County newspapers. We have been able to attract a different type of audience that don't typically attend college events both for our Entrepreneurship Speaker series and that of the Plumas Business Summit. Increased attendance was made possible through the advertising and the coverage provided through Mike Taborski's Business Scene column. Thank you, Feather Publishing, for your continued support. company blurb 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 135 Main ,S:eet, Chester, CA 283-0800  258-3115 " a c o. a n , I Greenville, CA 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA I   258-3115 ' 257-5321 I :- Westwood PinePress 00l00Ol?Ol, l II0001TII P.O. Box 790, Westwood, CA 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA 258-3115 832-4646