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14B Wednesday, May 26, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Events Around Plumas County May 26 Quincy: Community Supper, hosted by Quincy Natural Foods, Methodist Church, 6 p.m. For information, Jamie Huynh, 283-2458. Quincy: Lunch & Learn, "Learning Landscapes" presented by Karen Kleven, Feather River Land Trust; noon, library community room. For information, 283-6310. May 28 Quincy: "The Great American Melodrama" benefit performance for Jedidiah Lusk family, presented by Plumas Chris- tian School, 7 p.m., Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship, 59 Bell Lane. Donations accepted at the door. Bring finger food desserts to share at intermission. For information, 283-0415 or 927-7626. May 29 - 30 Chester: Lake AImanor Memorial Day Craft Fair, Chester Park; Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. For information, 258-2516. May 29 Indian Valley: Century bike rides; for information, 284-6633. Sierra Valley: Maddalena Ranch Wildlife Viewing Platform dedication, includes canoeing, birding, botany walks and barbecue; events begin 8 a.m. at the ranch, 1.5 miles south of Highway 70 on A24. Chester: Momboosa Wine Walk, 3 - 7 p.m., Main st.; featuring California and Washington wines, first of five walks. Chester: Author book signing, 3:30 - 6, Juliene AIIman will sign copies of her book "Suddenly" at B&B Book- sellers during the Momboosa wine walk. Plumas Pines: Fire Department Auxiliary pancake breakfast, 8 - 11 a.m., at the Firehall on Ludy Lane, includes eggs sausage, fizzes and bloody Marys, cash prize drawing. Adults, $8; children $3. For information and tickets, Muriel Aman, 836-2864. May 30 Graeagle: Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild spring Arts & Crafts Fair, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Graeagle Firehall. For informa- tion, 836-1399 Sierra Valley: Red Clover Creek Restoration, discussion and tour of watershed restoration efforts led by Jim Wilcox of Plumas Corp., meet 9 a.m., Beckwourth Tavern parking lot. Bring hip waders if available. For information, Darrel Jury, 283-0202, ext. 262 or Lake Almanor: Peninsula Firemen's pancake breakfast, 7 a.m. to noon, Fire Station #2, 801 Golf Club Rd.; adults, $7; children under 11, $3. Also at that location, the Fire Sirens' annual rummage sale, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. May 31 Butterfly Valley: Botany excursion led by Jim Battagin; meet 9:30 a.m., Mt. Hough Ranger District Forest Service office. Quincy: Veterans Memorial Ceremony, 10 a.m., Veterans Memorial,'DameShirley Park. June 2 Quincy: Dog First Aid, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., Mineral Building, fairgrounds. Learn what is an emergency, what household items are toxic to pets, creative muzzling techniques and first aid. Advance registration required; deadline May 28; $25 per person includes lifetime Red Cross certificate. Call (800) 298-6334 or e-mail June 3 Greenville: Gardening Workshop, sponsored by Plumas Rural Services and Dawn Institute; 4 - 6 p.m., Greenville Community Center, 209 Crescent St. Participants receive free planted vegetable container and $10 gift certificate to local hardware store. Pre-registration required, 283-3611, ext. *839 or e-mail June 4 - 5 Quincy: Electronic recycling --free -- Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds; June 4, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.; June 51 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. June 4 - 7 Countywide: Second annual yellow-billed magpie survey. For information,, or Harry Reeves at + /  : 2:: June 4 Quincy: Two opening artists' reception: Plumas Arts Gallery, 372 Main St, 5 - 7 p.m., features Mohawk Valley Artists Guild. For information, 283+3402. Main Street Artists Gallery, 436 Main St., 5 - 7 p.m. features Carla DeBoer. For in- formation, 283-1909. Chester: Gardening Workshop, sponsored by Plumas Rural Services and Dawn Institute; 4 - 6 p.m., ABe Center, 372 Main St. Participants receive free planted vegetable container and $10 gift certificate to local hardware store. Pre-reg- istration required, 283-3611, ext. *839 or e-mail June 5 TaylorsvillelAntelope Lake: Big Sky Country of eastern Plumas National Forest wildflowers tour starts in Tay- Iorsville; follows upper Indian Creek for; skirts Antelope Lake to plateau. Nonmembers welcome, bring lunch, water, sunscreen and bug spray. For information, Gerry, 893-5123. Sierra Buttes: Lost Sierra Trail Daze, for information, 613-2847. Quincy: Sierra Cascade Street Rodders, 21st Show & Shine, in conjunction with county picnic, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, 8 a.m. Plumas Mudslingers roller derby bout, Serpilio, 1 p.m., $4 at the door, $3 pre-sale from Epilog Books, Indian Valley Veterinarian Clinic and Sights and Sounds. Activities include pancake breakfast, Hot Shot Drags, D J, drawing prize proceeds benefit volunteer fire departments and a Sober Grad program. Free admission. For infor- mation, Doyle Frazier 836-4030. Sloat: Towne Hall barbecue and clean-up, 10 a.m., Sloat Towne Hall. Bring potluck side dish for noon foodathon. To R.S.V.P. for barbecue, 836-1762. Indian Falls: Native Plant Walk, 10 a.m. - noon, meet at the falls parking lot below the highway at 10. June 6 Blairsden: Third annual Relay for Life wine tasting, Bonta St. Bistro, 4 p.m. For information, Judy Stone, 836-2140 June 10 Portola: Grand opening, Plumas Sierra Regional Courthouse; ribbon-cutting ceremony, noon - I p.m., 600 S. Gulling Street. June 12 Graeagle: Taste of Mohawk at The Park; tickets go on sale May 12; tickets limited, adults, $20; 0nder 12, $10. Tick- ets available at The Mill Works, Graeagle Outpost and the Mohawk Community Resource Center. Quincy: Cold Nose, Warm Heart yard sale, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., Plumas County Animal Shelter, 201 Mill Creek Rd. Quincy: Author Terry Grosz at Epilog Books on Main Street, signing "Crossed Arrows," his first fictional work, noon -4p.m. June 18 Taylorsville: Community Supper, Taylorsville Methodist Church social hall. For information, 207-3120. **To include free or nonprofit, fundraising, educational or charity events in this calendar, e-mail or call Mona Hill at 283-0800. For sporting events, including charity golf tournaments, call Shannon Morrow at 283-0800 or e-mail smorrow@ We will publish the name of the event, location, date, time and a phone number. ARTS a:.d ENTERTAINMENT Lunch at the library today The community is invited to bring lunch and enjoy an hour-long program in the Quincy library meeting room. Feather River Land Trust presenter Karen Kleven will discuss protecting places that make the Feather River re- gion special Wednesday, May 26. In addition to working ranches and ecosystems, Kleven will discuss FRLT's "Learning Landscapes" pro- gram, which protects land within a 10-minute walk of each school. Slides of the area's scenic vistas and wildlife will be included. Wildfires are a concern of anyone living in a forest. Mike DeLasaux will give a PowerPoint presentation on fire safety, fuel reduction and the health of the forest Wednesday, June 2. Each Wednesday program begins at noon, lasts ap- proximately an hour and is free and open to all. For more information, call Plumas Couiaty Library at 283-6310. Ishi Wilderness Tour postponed The Ishi Wilderness Tour planned for Saturday, May 22, has been postponed to June 5 due to bad weather. The Sier- ra Institute's Center of Forestry is hosting this tour along the Ishi Trail with Bev- erly Ogle, noted historian. Beginning at the Lessen Na- tional Forest Ranger Station in Chester, the tour will fol- low Highway 36 and 32 to Potato Patch Campground and then on to Deer Creek. There will be several photo opportunities, so camera are recommended. Ishi means "man" in Yana. Ishi is believed to have been the last native American in Northern California to have lived most of his life complete- ly outside the European American culture. He emerged from the wild near Oroville, leaving his ancestral homeland in the foothills near Lassen Peak. The group will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday morning at the Lassen National Forest Ranger Station in Chester, where participants will be in- troduced to the day's events, the tour guide and tour host- esses. Continuing to Deer Creek on Highway 32, they will stop at Potato Patch Campground for morning re- freshments, and then follow Deer Creek, picking up the Old Lassen Trail and contin- ue to the Ishi Monument. They will spend time there at Bruff's Camp and lunch at Black Rock. Morning refreshments, lunch, and bus transportation are provided as part of the tour, which begins at 10 a.m. and concludes by 4 p.m. Cost is only $50 per person, $95 per couple. Visit the Center or Forestry's website (sierrain- for more informa- tion, or call Lauri Rawlins Betta 284-1022 to reserve. Republican Women meet tomorrow Plumas County Republi- can Women Federated will hold its May Luncheon meeting Thursday, May 27, at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant. The cost is $15 for choice of Cobb sal- ad or Chinese chicken salad. Please RSVP to Marlene P Nelson at 836-1547. Business meeting begins at 10:45 a.m. with lunch at noon and speakerAllison Olson af- terwards. Olson is the legisla- tive advocate for CA Federat- ed Republican Women. Congressman Tim McClin- tock will have a full day June 3 in Plumas County which will include an informal cof- fee at the home of the Nelson- sm 61 Tolowa Trail in Graea- gle, from 3 p.m.-4:30 p.m. that day. The June meeting of PCR- WF will be held at Cuccia's Restaurant on June 24. Tuesc]ag, June l Carol's Cafe & West Shore Dell :+!::i:, +:i:iii e ........ Open Thursday through Monday ..... :::, Breakfast: 7:30am - 2pm ; Lunch 11am-2pm li Serving dinner Sunday nights only  ...... :: Reservations Recommended 259-2464 l+ 2932 Almanor Dr., West Prattville @ Lake Almanor GREENHORN CREEK I NowOpen GUEST RANCR I forseasont I All-You-Can-Eat Ribs & Chicken - Fridays only 5:00 - 8:30pm 10 miles East of Quincy ~ 283-0930 GRAEAGLE OUTPOST !! , Open 7 days 8:30am-3pm all Winter Food ~ Refreshments Hot Chili & Soup for Lunch High speed internet 530-836-2414 bar & grill June +,ll,18,Z: 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I SENIOR. MENU May 31 pineapple cup. I c00os00o I For the nutrition site in your MEMORIAt. DAY OBSERVED June 3 Oven baked drumsticks, twice | | area call: Chester, 394-7636; June 1 baked potatoes, lima beans, | Quincy, 283-0643; Swedish meatballs, noodles, sunshine salad, dinner roll, ! reenville, 284-6608; petite peas & onions, confetti fruit cocktail. | Portola, 832-4173; cole slaw, whole grain bread, i Blairsden, 836-0446, 832-4173. pears/chocolate sauce. June 4 | Suggested lunch donation June 2 Vegetarian Meal. Spinach I [,  price is $2.50.,One guest may Ethnic Meal. Sweet & sour lasagne, summer squash, I accompany each senior, pork, stir fried vegetables, leafy green salad, french roll, I $6 mandatory charge, long grain white rice, sliced oranges. I,, 1 mm mm mm mm 1 mm mm mm  1 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 1 -II June Events A Taste of Sunny Spain ~ Tapas Small plates, Spanish wines. bar/deck secials, 6",9 p.m. Fridays at Romano's Farmers Market Artisan breads, t:reshlq baked pastries, sandwiches, ant:ipast:i,cheases', beverages and more ' Sierra Valley Farms, Hwy. A-23 Beckwourth, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Live Music and Dancin S Saturclal, June lZ Trash Gordon band Pricla, June 18 The Alternators As usual: Lunch daily from 12 noon Bar & Deck Menu Dinner daily from 6 p.m. Full Bar & Fine Wines Reservations appreciated. 530-836-1111 402 Poplar Valley Rd., Graeagle Check our website for menus and events: WE DELIVER! Quincy Susanville Greenville Chester 283-'0800 257-5321 284-7800 258-3115 Portola 832-4646