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10B Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter July The Plumas-Eureka State the upper Feather River innatural environment of the Park Association has their efforts to extract the area. announced the dates for this riches that underlaid the On both days, there will be year's Gold Discovery Days: area. Many of the structures a barbecue lunch available Saturday and Sunday, July 19 still remain and offer a with authentic pasties like and 20. chance to explore their the ones the miners ate. All are invited to help legacy and the rich history of There will be demonstrations celebrate the California State the beautiful state park. of candle, ice cream and Parks System's 150th All venues for the bread making (with sample anniversary by attending the celebration are free, tastings), and spinning, annual Gold Discovery Days including many examples ofweaving and gold panning celebration, which will be in the gold miners' lifestyle, lessons. full swing from 10 a.m. to 3 such as the Moriarty family's Dress up in period p.m. each day. It will include five-room house for their costumes and take a family the acclaimed pancake eight family members; the photo. Ride a cart drawn by breakfast under the trees blacksmith shop, where allspectacular draft horses Sunday morning from 8 to 11 the tools for the miners were thrdugh the picturesque town with music by the Code manufactured (their products of Johnsville or enjoy a Bluegrass band. are for sale at the museum); picnic lunch and take in The event is a wonderful the assay office, where the the St. John's Church opportunity for families to value of gold ore was museum. "step back in time" and see determined; and the park Visit for what it was like when museum, with exhibits more information or contact thousands of miners crowded featuring the historical and Kit Overcall at 414-0178. KITTENS & CATS! ,[[ s; OFF 11.9,' ii iI oo,o www ca,paws.,.,nder.or, to see all the cats that need homes! D Students set up easels on Oddie Way. Art created by elementary students will be on display at If you have an "un-fixed" cat, get her spayed NOW. We have discount 101"o bag or.]laurger tomorrow's farmers' market in Quincy. Photo submitted certificates for people unable to afford the cost of surgery on their own. [LH~ 89, Greenville 284-7313 Visit the CATHOUSE - 2453 E. Main, Quincy Wed Fri123orSatlO2orcal12835433 11. e Students to play rt t market 530-258-0323 Forty-five elementary Plumas Unified School during its "Family Day" on school children participated District and the Apollo Thursday, June 26, from 4:30 525 Main St., Chester in free outdoor painting After-School Program, and to 6:30 p.m. (plein air) workshops thiswith generous support fromThe public is invited to May. The two-day The Common Good take a look at the amazing ilg B:i after-school sessions were Foundation. scenes captured by these James Reichle held in Quincy, Portola and The acrylic paintings done children and to enjoy the Lvvy, a,,-,e; Greenville through a by these young artists will be music and family activities Trial partnership with Main displayed at the Quincy during this week's farmers' SIAMESE Street Artists Gallery, Certified Farmers' Market market. YOUNG MALE MEDIUM ADULT" FEMALE, MEDIUM TWINKLE HERMOINE DOMESTIC MEDIUM HAIR-ORANGE MAIN COON MIX YOUNG FEMALE MEDIUM ADULT FEMALE MEDIUM Veterinary Service 131 Stone Ave. Chester 258-7264 Chester Veterinary Clinic Dr. Roberta Wiederholt, DVM Micrechipping saves lives and HomeAgain~ is designed to increase even further the chance of reuniUng you with your lost pet! Open M - F, 8am - 5pm 258-4:242 299 Main Street Chester MADDEN (530) 283-1605 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 2289 E. 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