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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 27, 2012 13B ARTS .AND ENTERTAINMENT The newly renovated space at the Capitol Arts Center has been transformed from a saloon into a showcase for local art. Plumas Arts invites the public to celebrate its investment in this historic building at a June 29 opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. I The historic Canitol Saloon was art galleries. Main Street fa(;ades show what has changed and what hasn't in the vicinity of the Ca pitol Saloon. The Capitol Arts Center welcomes visitors to its grand opening and second art exhibit June 29. : :: :; :,:2.:,J2. v ; 2 Photos courtesy Plumas Arts a showcase of Plumas County elegance, even before the days of In 30 years of service, will feature 2-D and 3-D fine all who made a financial the cohesive cultural force Plumas Arts has enhanced art and artisan creations in donation of $100 or more or that has allowed us to make the local culture and econo'- wood, basketry, pottery and offered volunteer labor will countless wonderful things my. Join staff members and jewelry in a variety of price be given a fine art print of possible over these last volunteers as they celebrate ranges accessible to every- Indian Creek by late local three decades." one of their greatest accom- one. artist Bob Pfenning. Those The Capitol Art Center plishments at the grand Plumas Arts will also who have not made a dona-Gallery is now open Wednes- opening of the Capitol Arts use the evening to offer ti0n in that amount yet may days, Thursdays and Fri- Center at 525 Main St. in recognition of the generous still do so and be entitled to days from 11 a.m. to 5:30 Quincy from 5 to 7 p.m. Fri- individuals and groups that a print, p.m. and Saturdays from 10 day, June 29. offered financial and volun- The staff and board of a.m. to 2 p.m. Plumas Arts This will be the second ex- teer support to recreate Plumas Arts invites the pub- will continue to accept new hibition in the newly reno- this historical facility to lic, "Join us for a toast to art and artists as the gallery vated space and the first serve the next generations of our accomplishments, ourventure grows into its new group showing of the diverse Plumas County citizens, community and the many space. Call 283-3402 to make and talented member artists of As a token of gratitude and generous members who an appointment or for more Plumas Arts. The exhibition for the wide-spread support, have helped us to grow into information. Are you an artist with Work to sell? Do you have a studio? Do you have a gallery, a love- ly, easily accessible, art- friendly location you would like to share with artists for a weekend? If you answer ye.s to any of these questions, Plumas Arts cordially invites you to be part of its second annual Plumas Arts Tour Sept. 15 and 16. Some artists have studios. Some businesses have great locations for artists to occupy for the weekend. Plumas Arts will help put together people and places for the countywide art event. Plumas Arts will create a printed color catalog and map of participating artists, stu- dios, galleries and venues. The catalog and map book be- comes the event "ticket," sold for $10 each. There are also opportuni- ties for artists, galleries, busi- nesses, restaurants, motels, and bed and breakfasts to purchase very reasonably priced ads in this catalog, which will be overprinted be- yond anticipated attendees so that it will be available P mas The first Plumas Arts Tour brought the public into artists' studios, art galleries, parks and businesses where artists gathered to share their work. To be a part of the 2012 event contact Plumas Arts by calling 283-3402 or emailing Photos courtesy Plumas Arts beyond the confines of this $40 are required, whether there are enough in- single weekend. Membership benefits also in- terested participants to make In most areas with artist clude a Web link or the cre- the event a go for year two. studio tours like this, partici- ation of a Web page on theon- Those interested should pant fees run upwards of$100 line artist directory onemail or call no later than each. For the local event website as that date to be sent a partici- Plumas Arts keeps fees low to well as the opportunity to of- pant form. The participant make the opportunity widely fer work for sale in Plumas application deadline is Aug. inclusive and accessible. To Arts' new Capitol Arts Center 3. That is a hard deadline in be included in the Plumas gallery at 525 Main St. right order to get the tour brochure Arts Tour a $25 listing fee for across from the courthouse in and map ready by Sept. 1. each artist and each venue as Quincy. To let Plumas Arts "put you well as a current annual A July 15 deadline allows on the map," call 283-3402 or Plumas Arts membership of Plumas Arts to decide TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents Fri June 29 - Sun July 1 7pm showing only Rated PG-13 131 min. Action/Adventure Battleship unfolds across the seas, in the skies and over land as our planet fights for survival against a superior force. Based on Hasbro's classic naval combat game, Battleship stars Taylor Kitsh as Lt. Alex Hopper, a Naval officer assigned to the USS John Paul Jones; Brooklyn Decker as Sam Shane, a physical therapist and Hopper's fiancee; Alexander Skarsgard as Hopper's older brother, Stone, Commanding Officer of the USS Sampson; Rihanna as Petty Officer Raikes, a weapons specialist on the USS John Paul Jones; and Liam Neeson as Hopper and Stone's superior (and Sam's father), Admiral Shane. July 1 - July 3 4 pm matinee on Sunday 7pm showing on Mon & Tues. Rated PG-13 124 min. Comedy/Drama This movie follows a group of British retirees who decide to "out source" their retirement to less expensive and seemingly exotic India. Enticed by advertisements for the newly restored Marigold Hotel and bolstered with visions of a life of leisure, they arrive to find the palace a shell of its former self. Though the new environment is less luxurious than imagined, they are forever transformed by their shared experiences, discovering that life and love can begin again when you let go of the past. TOSH HALL THERTR[ Visit us Adults =7.6= Students & Seniors =6.00 Children =6.00 283-1140 469 Main St Quincy, CA at J l