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t Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 15, 2009 15B ARTS and ENTER0000AINMENT Tour explores tribal trails, silver rails, wagon wheels History and culture buffs are invited Saturday, July 25, to take a tour titled Tribal Trails, Wagon Wheels and Pi- oneer Parties. The tour is being organized by the Taylorsville-based Sierra Institute Center of Forestry. Participants will follow an old wagon road through scenic though seldom-seen parts of Plumas County from Beckwourth to Genesee. Tour guides will be Dan E1- liott, archeologist and tribal relations program manager with the U.S. Forest Service, and Farrell Cunningham, a local Mountain Maidu histo- rian and one of the few re- maining speakers of the Maidu language. The history of the state of California is an entertaining story of immigration. People came to California for almost 200 years to discover new op- portunities. Plumas County attractions were gold, lumber and adventure. While immigrants were just arriving, the California Indi- ans had already lived in the state for thousands of years. Participants will learn about the history and culture of the Mountain Maidu, the California Indians who lived across a large area of the Sier- ra Nevada and Cascades for thousand of years before im- migrants settled in the area. In addition, the more recent history of early immigrants will be explored, like the noto- rious Jim Beckwourth, an African American explorer and settler of the West. Other tour highlights will include a visit to Clover Val- ley, where topics explored in- clude historical dairy, graz- ing, and lumber practices in the valley, as well as restora- tion work done on Red Clover Creek in the last two decades. An old logging railroad is another highlight, and partic- ipants will learn about his- toric bridges and passes that were once decorated with sil- ver rails. Both Elliott and Cunning- ham are well versed in the various histories and will en- tertain participants with some interesting and enjoy- able stories. Space is limited; call early to reserve a place. Morning refreshments, lunch and transportation will be provided as part of the tour, which begins at 8 a.m. and concludes by 4 p.m. The cost will be $45 per per- son, and there are a limited number of scholarships avail- able to local residents. Those interested in the tour or other programs at the Sierra Institute Center of Forestry may visit sierrain-, or call 284-1022. Scenic, yet seldom seen areas of Plumas County will be among the highlights of an upcoming tour along the Beckwourth- Genesee Road. Sierra Institute photo Summer films continue at THT "The Proposal" plays Sun- day-Tuesday, July 19-21 When high-powered book editor Margaret (Sandra Bul- lock) faces deportation to her native Canada, the quick- thinking exec declares she&apos;s actually engaged to her un- suspecting, put-upon assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds), who she's tormented for years. He agrees to participate in the charade, but With a few conditions of his own. The un- likely couple heads to Alaska to meet his quirky family (Mary Steenburgen, Craig T. Nelson, Betty White) and the always-in-control city girl finds herself in one comedic fish-out-of-water situation af- ter another. With an impromptu wed- ding in the works and an im- migration official on their tails, Margaret and Andrew reluctantly vow to stick to the plan despite the precarious consequences. This 108-minute romantic comedy is rated PG-13 for sex- ual content, nudity and lan- guage. Website: touchstone.movies.go.corn/ theproposal "Year One" plays Thurs- day-Saturday, July 23-25 Banished from their primi- tive village after the tribe elders deem them too lazy, Zed (Jack Black) and Oh (Michael Cera) leave every- thing they've ever known behind and embark upon an adventure-filled journey through the ancient world. Co-starring Hank Azaria, Oliver Platt, Olivia Wilde arid David Cross, this epic-sized laugher is a collaborative ef- fort from comedy giants Harold Ramis (Groundhog Day) and Judd Apatow (Knocked Up). This 97-minute comedy is rated PG-13 for crude and sex- ual content throughout, brief strong language and comic violence. Website: "Food Inc." plays Sunday-Tuesday, July 26-28 Drawing on Eric Schloss- er's "Fast Food Nation" and Michael Pollan's "The Omni- vore's Dilemma," director Robert Kenner's documentary explores the food industry's detrimental effects on our health and environment. Kenner presents an unflatter- ing commentary on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that's been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of the USDA and FDA. The documentary proposes that our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health as well as the liveli- hood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment. This 94-minute documen- tary film is rated PG for some thematic material and dis- turbing images. Great American Craft Fairs presents in Graeagle Town Park . Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair July 18 & 19, 2 009 Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. br% Live Bluegrass m usic Quality arts and crafts exhibitors FREE TO THE PUBLIC  .a N "/ + , w E TrurJ Rmo.  G.A.C.F. 775-825-3679 Website: "The Hangover" plays Thursday-Saturday, July 30-Aug. 1 Two days before his wed- ding, Doug (Justin Bartha) and his three buddies (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis) drive to Vegas for a blowout night they'll never forget. But, when the three groomsmen wake up the next morning with pounding headaches, they can't remember a thing. Their posh hotel suite is be- yond trashed and the groom is nowhere to be found. With no clue of what happened and lit- tle time to spare, the trio must attempt to retrace their bad decisions from the night be- fore to figure out where things went wrong, and get Doug back to L.A. in time for his wedding. However, the more they be- gin to uncover, the more they realize just how much trouble they're really in. Director Todd Phillips brings us this surprise comedy hit of the summer. This 100-minute adult come- dy rated R for pervasive lan- guage, sexual content includ- ing nudity, and some drug material. Website: Theatre management is al- ready looking at August dates for "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince," "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaur" and "Public Enemies" starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale. The Town Hall Theatre op- erates under the management of Plumas Arts. The recorded movie line is 283-1140 or check the movie schedule online at or plumasarts,org/prelease/the- atre.html Fri-Sat 9-6; Sun 9-3 Open to.Publ,c $ i0 15 & Under FREE wilh parenl or guardian 775-828-2350 Cabin Restaurant Open Wednesda - 5aturcta9 Servin 5 Dinner ;:OO - 9:00 pm OF'EN SCINDAY +:00 - 8:00 pm Bar Opens Z:OO JULY SPECIALS Cheeseburger with tries .............................. Lz5 Mushroom ]Surfer wiT:h Fries ........................ 8.9 IZ oz New orlc St:eal< Dinner ...................... 1.9 New York .SLeaJ< w/Mushrooms & Onions ..17.95 5aked P, igatoni ............................................ IZ.72 Calamari F'icca'a ........................................ I,Z 6+ E. Sierra Avenue H i,hwal 70 Portola, CalilCornia 55o-83z-sz THE GRILLE Party on the Patio Thurs., July 23 6.8pmii0000:, Featuring the music of'.. ii $25 Advance Purchase s40 with dinner package Includes wine tasting, cheese & fruit Limited Seating ~ Proceeds to High Sierra Animal Rescue Dinner 5:30-9:30 pm Closed Sunday New Chef Thomas Craddock, CIA Alumni Nightly Specials Organic Cooking Full Bar * Fine Wines 72056 Highway 70 between Graeagle & Portola 832-5528 vvww. chaletviewlodge, corn TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123 Thurs., July 16 - Sat., July 18 106 min. Rated R I ........... ,- Denzel Washington {I ' d I" starts as New York City  I j subway dispatcher Walter Garber, whose ordinary day is thrown into chaos by an audacious crime: the hijacking of a subway train. John Travolta stars as Ryder, the criminal mastermind who, as leader of a highly-armed gang of four, threatens to execute the train's passengers unless a large ransom is paid within one hour. As the tension mounts beneath his feet, Garber employs his vast knowledge of the subway system in a batter to outwit Ryder and save the hostages. THE PROPOSAL Sun., July 19 - Tues., July 21 108 min. Rated PG-13 Starring Sandra Bullock When high-powered book editor Margaret faces deportation to her native Canada, the quick-thinking exec declares that she's actually engaged to her unsuspecting put-upon assistance Andrew, who she's torment- ed for years. He agrees to participate in the charade, but with a few conditions of his own. The unlikely couple heads to Alaska to meet his quirky family, and the always-in-control city girl finds herself in one comedic fish-out- of-water situation after another. Ill Shows 7pm nightly 4pm matinee on Sundays TOI]]H Adults .............. $7.00 Students & HllLL Seniors ............. $6.00 Children ............ $5.00 THEllTllE 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at