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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, June 27, 2012 1B 1 INSIDE SECTION B: EDITORIAL * OPINIONS * UPCOMING EVENTS ] Icy, Continued Central roping is held at noon at the Taylo JULY 6 - 8 is free with rodeo admission. Belden Town Resort will be the site for the inaugural Fractalize music festival, to include live music, DJs, vending and camping. Heart K'Ranch in Genesee will be the from noon to 5 p.m hosted by Feather lqls'torical tours will be available, as will informati hilling, hiking, kayaking and fishing. Fourth of ~ecially welcome. For more information, Kleven at 283-5758 or ws EiUt rn Plumss- , The e tern Pacifl i Rai road Museum at 700 Western Pacifi Way in Portola is usually open seven days a week, 10 a,m.- 5 The 63rd annual Silver Buckle Rodeo begins at the Taylorsville p.m. Guests should call in advance, though, to verify hours: 832-4131. Visitors can also participate in the Drive-a-Loeo- Rodeo Grounds with a Grand Entry at 1 p.m. Shaded reserved ':-motive program; pre-registration is required. grandstand seating is $13, general admission is $7 and children . ~Qr 12 and under are $3. To buy tickets in advance, call Liz Miille at "~,;:~ 284-6237. ~4 The museum and store at Plumas-Eureka State Park in Johnsville 2hester-Lake Almanor Museum shares space:~.~h:~th ~ Chester branch of the Plumas County Library a~2!~Fir~t Ave. ~ ~ is open seven days a week, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call 836-2380. Open Monday - Thursday; call 258-2742 to veH~o~t~rs ~ ~~,~ JUNEsierra Valley29 ANDFarms.atJULY13296 County Road. A23 in Beckwourth The Collins Pine Museum at 500 Main St," in ~hCster is dp~f C~ ~tr' ~11 Pl~m~ ~ holds its weekly Certified Farmers' Market 10 a,m.- 2:30 p,m. r, 9:a.m. - 5 p.m, 258-4441, ~ ~'" The Plumas County Museum at 500 Jackson St. in Quincy is June 29 features an artisan market in addition to fresh produce. open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesdays - Saturdays for the summer. July 6 features a chef demonstration at noon. For information, Closed July 4. Call 283-6320. email Romano@psln,com or call 832-0114. tranch Volunteer Fireman's Association will hold at the intersection of Plumas County Road JUNE 28 AND JULY 5 SpringsRoad, from 6 a.m. to noon. Quinc) Certified Farmers' Market on the corner of Church and i:30- 7:30 p.m. Features products from local JULY 1 bakers and cooks. Live entertain- Lake Almanor Country Club's baz r; the Rock Bottom Band Rock Slide from 7 to ~,!p;m. Non-LACC email for a fee of $10 Ent )dge the American Legion will hold Hall, 7 to 11 a.m. ?portunity to eat pancakes: the Lake Alm'anor Elks No. 2626 pancake breakfast is set for 8 - in Old Town Chester, the grand opening of its newly reno- vated gallery space at 525Main St. in Quincy, formerly the Capitol Saloon. A group show including 2-D and 3-D work by member artists will be displayed from 5 to 7 p.m. ~tival offers art, activities and mustc on the The Graeagle Lions Club presents Street Dance at the Barn, 6 - 11 p.m at the Corner Barn at the intersection of highways 89 and 70 in Blairsden. The dance kicks off Mohawk Valley's Independence Day celebration with the theme "40 Years of Fun!" This indoor/outdoor event features the music of the Antique Rockers and a car show. Graeagle Lions will sell hamburgers, hot dogs, soft drinks, beer and wine. Admission is $5. Kids under t2 are free. JUNE 30 The Fourth of July festivities continue all day in Graeagle. Civil War battle re-enactments will be held at noon and 3 p.m. ar Gtaeagle Field. Old West gun battles take place hourly. Music in the Park from 4 to 6 p.m. features the Nevada County Concert Band in the Graeagle Park. Refreshments are available 4 - 9 p.m. at the Graeagle Mill Pond. Music runs 6 - 9 p.m. at the Mill Pond, fo!loczed by an aerial fireworl dusk. :: " .~ trbtip g In a ' ponsoted by the re a~p~ment willY'host a,I lunch, meet at 1 a.m ~artment, Call tuis ions. Music Plumas, : Si~ira County, Fairg anda newly e hsierramusic corn ~: JULY 6 The Main ~opening mentary wine by one ofthe through Ju Lara E~hel annual e runs from :aeagle Park~ 7 Live music at the Graeagle Mill Pond runs 6 ~ 9 p.m. Outpost on Highway 89. Admission is provided by local trio Benny, Penny are available for purchase. For information, 836,!856i holds its annual white barn ar i and 89 in Blairsden, The 10, incluAing dinner, a no-host bar, aucnon. Proceeds benefi the Sierra in Je, Portola~ i wilt exhil admission. For Goss at 7-11 Street $8~:and the t