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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 9, 2012 13 ART.S a 1]. d ENTERTAINMENT PHS students' art on display in Graeagle Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnews.com Portola High School senior Gabriela Perez plans to study art in college. Her painting of a ballerina is on display at the Red House Art Gallery in Graeagle. Photos by Debra Moore watercolors and colored pen- cils. More student art will be on display in the school dis- trict office in Quincy through May.. DeBoever said that several of her students whose art will be displayed at the gallery plan a career in art. Portola High senior Gabriela Perez plans to at- tend BYU in Idaho and study studio art. The artwork of Portola High School students will be on display this Saturday at the Red House Art Gallery in Graeagle. This is the opening show for what gallery obmers Brian and Toni Carl hope will be- come a new tradition in East- ern Plumas County: Second Saturday. The Carls plan to feature a local artist on the second Sat- urday of each month at their gallery,,with the hope that the event will expand to encom- pass more venues. For this inaugural event, the Carls chose to showcase Portola High School students because they want to encour- age student art, and also be- cause it falls on Mother's Day weekend, which they thought would make a nice present for the youth and their parents. The students, their parents and the public are invited to a reception May 12 from noon to 3 p.m. at the gallery, which is located in one of the little red houses behind the park, next to the Graeagle Restau- rant. "We wanted to do this for the kids," Toni Carl said. "We think it's an encouragement for them to see their art hang- ing in a real gallery." The students' art teacher, Danielle DeBoever, said that the art was selected from projects that the students completed throughout the year and includes work in For the inaugural Second Saturday art celebration, Red House Art Gallery owners Brian and Toni Carl are showcasing the art of Y3rtola High School students. The public is invited to a reception for the students this Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. Second Saturday Art will other merchants plan to par- is open Thursday through continue through the sum- ticipate. Monday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. • met, and, beginning in June, The Red House Art Gallery duringthe spring. Treat morn to a Mothe "s De y. the river Look for the red flatbed truck four miles west of the Greenville Wyefor California Sister's second annual Art Show at the Hot Springs May 12 and 13, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. both days. Artists Michael Kerby, Sally Yost, Erik Weber and James L. Johnson will be on hand with their works. Rocki Ericksen-Norris' nursery at the hot springs in the Feather River Canyon, California Sister, is a great place for a Mother's Day outing. With the art show, gorgeous plants, live music and a good lunch alongside the Feather River, what more could a mother want? For more information, call Eriksen-Norris at 283-1589; tickets are available from Lupine's in Greenville and Dunn's, LeCoq, Drunk Brush, Main Street Artists and Pangaea in Quincy. Le Panache to perform in Quincy OPENS TONIGHT! Tickets still available for: On Friday, May 18, at 7:30 p.m., the 15-voice Plumas County Chorale, Le Panache, under the direction of John Probst, will present a concert of famous chorales composed throughout various historical periods. The program will include such favorites as Mozart's "Ave Verum," Brahms' "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place" and W. Steffe's arrangement of "The Battle Hymn Of the Re- public." Before each selec- tion, a chorus member will inform the audience about the composer, the arrange- ment or the background of the piece to be performed. The concert will be held in Earl Thompson's newly constructed West End The- atre, in downtown Quincy across from the courthouse, and is free and open to the public. Local musicians will take the riverside stage at California Sister's second annual Art Show at the Hot Springs this weekend. The art show is free; $15 buys lunch, live music, a soak in the hot springs and a 10 percent discount on displayed art. Photos by Mona Hill Feather River College Presents The Broadway Musical Book by Mark O'Donne// Thomas Meehan Music by Marc Shaiman Lyrics by Scott Whittman Marc Shaiman Town Hall Theatre Quincy Regular Showing: May 9-12 • 7:30pm Special Mother's Day Matinee: May 13 • 2pm Based on the New Line Oinema film written and directed by John Waters Orchestrations by Harold Wheeler • Arrangements by Marc Chaiman 77ckets available at Carey Candy Company, Epilog Books and The Finishing Touch Pre-sale tickets 410 • At the door $12 HAIRSPRAY is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre Interanational (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019. Phone: 212-541-4684; Fax 212-397-4684 • www.MTIShows.com TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents The Town Hall Theatre will not have movies Saturday, May 5, to Sunday, May 13, in order to host Feather River College's Spring Musical HAIRSPRAY Wednesday, May 9 to Saturday, May 12 • 7pm Sunday, May 13 • Mother's Day Matinee • 2pm Starting May 18 - Schedule Change Fri., Sat. & Sun., May 18, 19 & 20 • 7pm THE PIRATES! BAND OF MISFITS Rated PG • 1 hr., 28 min. • Animated Adventure Sun., May 20 • 4pm Mon. & Tues., May 21 & 22 • 7pm SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN Rated PG:13 • 1 hr., 52 min. ° Comedy A fisheries expert is approacled by a consultant to help realize a sheik's vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert and embarks on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible possible. Showtime: 7pm • Sunday Matinee 4pm Adults .................. s7.0 Students & Seniors ................. '6.00 Children ................ "6.00 283-1140 • 469 Main St., Quincy, CA I Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com