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14B Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Events Around Plumas County July 21 Quincy: Community Supper, Quincy Methodist Church fellowship hall, 6-7 p.m. A free supper for the community everyone welcome. Graeagle: Music by the Millpond featuring Plumas Players, 6-9 p.m. For information, 836-2414• Portola: Composting program by Noreen Thompson, master gardener, 7 p.m., United Methodist Church Hall, 396 2nd Ave. For more information, 832-4797. July 22 Quincy: Farmer's Market, 5 p.m.-dusk, at Main and Church St. on the school district lawn; local and regional produce, arts and crafts, music and more. Contact Eva Rocke at 229-4009 or qcfmmanager@yahoo.com. July 23 Portola: City Light Concerts featuring MexiCultura Fiesta, Portola Park. Call Pandora Valle 832-0347 or Bil Powers 394-7177. I July 24 Chester: Art Around the Lake, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.; tickets $10. Taylorsville: Tribal, Trails, WagonWheels and Pioneer Parties. For reservations, information, 284-1022. Taylorsville: Junior Rodeo, Taylorsville Rodeo Grounds, For information, 284-1472 or 284-6532. Quincy: Sixth annual Joker's Wild Poker Run, start and finish at Sports & Shorts, 1750 E. Main St.; $15 per person, $25 double up includes poker card, lunch and run pin (run pin for the first 75 riders). Drawing prizes, tattoo artist, limited camping and no host bar available. For information, Dave and Helen Reynolds, 283-4950 or creativetatted- woman@yahoo.com. Quincy: Feather River Youth Football League carwash fundraiser, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Plumas Motor Supply. Donations greatly appreciated• Bucks Lake: Plumas Audubon Society bird walk, 8 a.m., Mill Creek trailhead 0.3 miles past Whitehorse Camp- ground, fight-hand side of Bucks Lake Road. Leaders Scott and Amber Edwards. Bring binoculars and picnic lunch, if you wish to walk past noon. Sierra City: Music at the Mine, Mumbo Gumbo, 7 p.m., Kentucky Mine, $20 admission. Barbecue, $15 per person, starts at 6 p.m. For information, 862-1300 or buy online at KentuckyMine.org. July 27 Calpine: Ca1 pine Lodge taco Tuesday sponsored by the Calpine Elks, 5-7 p.m. For information, 836-2414. July 28 Quincy: Community Supper, Quincy Methodist Church fellowship hall, 6-7 p.m A free supper for the community everyone welcome Graeagle: Music by the Millpond featuring Johnny Walker, 6-9 p.m. For information, 836-2414. Quincy: Community 5K run, 6:15 p.m. registration, 6:45 p.m. start. Fundraiser for Tru Community. Meet at Sierra Fitness Revolution; potluck afterward. Star Wars costumes optional. July 29 Quincy: Farmer's Market, 5 p.m.-dusk, at Main and Church St. on the school district lawn; local and regional produce, arts and crafts, music and more. Contact Eva Rocke at 229-4009 or qcfmmanager@yahoo.com. July 30 Portola: City Light Concerts featuring The DeVilles, Portola Park. Call Pandora Valle 832-0347 or Bill Powers 394-7177. July 31 Sloat: Towne Hall music night, free jam session; bring guitars, banjos, mandolins, harmonicas and your voice. Join group sing-along, perform or just listen. Potluck dessert and bring your beverage of choice. For information, Sara at 836-1762. Quincy: Singles mixer picnic, ages 40+, 11 a.m - 2 p.m., Gansoer park. Bring lunch, $2 charge for wine, beer or water. For information, Sharon 283~0~31~i: Sierra City: Music at the Mine, Stardust Cowboys, 7 p.m., Kentucky Mine, $15 admission. Barbecue, $15 per person, starts at 6 p.m. For information, 862-1300 or buy online at KentuckyMine.org. Taylorsville: Maidu History of Indian Valley. For reservations, information, 284-1022. Greenville: 2nd Annual Hometown Kidsfest, Evergreen Market, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. For information, 284-7313. Aug. 1 Meadow Valley: "Evening at the Schoolhouse," concert on the green starts at 5:30 p.m. featuring Johny McDonald & Friends; buffet dinner served 5:30 - 7 p.m Tickets available at Meadow Valley Store, Quincy Natural Foods and Epilog; dinner & music $20 advance; at the door, $25; concert only, $15. Bhng blankets and lawn chairs. Aug. 3 Calpine: Calpine Lodge taco Tuesday sponsored by the Calpine Elks, 5-7 p.m For information, 836-2414. Aug. 4 Graeagle: Free concerts at the Millpond featuring Bourgeois Gypsies, 6-9 p.m. For information, 836-2414. Aug. 5 Quincy: Farmer's Market, 5 p.m.-dusk, at Main and Church St. on the school district lawn; local and regional produce, arts and crafts, music and more. Contact Eva Rocke at 229-4009 or qcfmmanager@yahooxom. Portola: 394-7177, Chester: walks. Aug. 6 City Light Concerts featuring Gary Richards Band, Portola Park. Call Pandora Valle 832-0347 or Bill Powers Aug. 7 Momboosa Wine Walk, 3 - 7 p.m., Main St.; featuring Chilean and other South American wines, first of five Greenville: Annual Round Valley Run, Round Valley Lake; for information, 283-3611, ext. 18. Greenville: The Salmon of Deer Creek. for reservations or information, 284-1022. Calpine: Indigo dyein~l, 6780 Harvey Ranch Road. Day on the farm learning about sheep, wool and dying. Bring sack lunch. For information, Anna Harvey (916),217-8220 or e-mail aharvey6780@yahoo.com Sierra City: Music at theMine, Joni Morris, 7 p.m., Kentucky Mine, $20 admission. Barbecue, $15 per pers.on, starts at 6 p•m. For information, 86'2-1300 or buy online at KentuckyMine.org. , ~ Aug. 10 Calpine: Calpine Lodge, spaghe~i dinner sponsored by the Calpine Elks, 5-7 p.m. Spaghetti, salad and bread, $8• Taylorsville: Indian Valley American Legion Post 568 meeting, 7 p.m. 284-1421/375-0063. Aug. 11 Graeag le: Free concerts at the Millpond featuring Code Blue Grass, 6-9 p.m• For information, 836-2414. **To include free or nonprofit, fundraising, educational or charity events in this calendar, e-mail mhill@plumasnews.com or call Mona Hill at 283-0800. For sporting events, including charity golf tournaments, carl Shannon Morrow at 283-0800 or e-mall smorrow@plumasnews.com. We will publish the name of the event, location, date, time and a phone number. T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 aB SENIOR MENU July 26 grain pilaf, minted pears Chicken tacos, tomatoes, let- 1 tuce, black beans, cantaloupe July 29 i For the nutrition site in your slice Turkey roast/stuffing, ww I area call: Chester, 394-7636; roll, sweet potato, petite peas, Quincy, 283-0643; July 27 cranberry/orange relish reenville, 284-6608; Broccoli/beef" stir fry, brown I Portola, 832-4173; rice, chilled mandarin July 30 Blairsden, 836-0446, 832-4173• oranges, ice cream *High Na Meal. Ethnic meal: | I Suggested lunch donation price is $2•50• One guest may 1 accompany each senior, $6 mandatory charge• Pastitsio (baked pasta & I July 28 beef), Greek salad, orange Vegetable-topped chicken slices, whole grain pita I breasts, spinach salad, whole bread, Greek honey cake I- mm mm m m -,-- mm m mm m mm mm mm mm mm m m m m m .I un um rti hi The Plumas County Muse- and interpretations, and is in- Artists interested in ex- um is seeking Plumas County terested not only in two-dimen- hibiting artwork at the artists who are interested in sional art such as paintings, Plumas County Museum exhibiting their work in the drawings and photographs, should visit the museum to museum's Stella Fay Miller but also in three-dimensional see the space and fill out an Mezzanine Gallery. works such as carvings, sculp- Exhibit Request Form or con- Local artists, craftspeople, tures, collages, found object as- tact 283-6320 to request a form and photographers profes- semblages and the like. by phone. Interested artists sional and amateur alike Artists must be willing toshould contact the museum as are encouraged to contact the exhibit their work for a mini- soon as possible to reserve museum about showing their mum of one to two months, their preferred showdates. work. This is a great venue for and all artwork should b'eThe Plumas County Muse- new and established artists to ready to hang. Each of theum is at 500 Jackson St. (be- show and sell their work. gallery walls has roughly 30 hind the courthouse) in'Quin- The museum strives to pre- feet of linear wall space, so cy, and is open Tuesday - Sat- sent a diversity of art styles large pieces are not a problem, urday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. i rl ! in Free movie night in on Pine Street. Greenville is this Saturday, The big screen will be un- JuIy 24, and Jim Henson'sfurled, the projector and big "Labyrinth" will be shownsound system will be plugged under the stars• in, and entertainment will be- The story is about 15-year gin with•a classic Disney car- old Sarah, played by Jennifer toon as soon as it's dark Connelly, who accidentally enough, followed by the wishes away her brother to movie at 8:30 p.m. the Goblin King, played by The free movies each sec- David Bowie. ond and fourth Saturday are a She must find l er way community service of the through the king's labyrinth church• in 13 hours or her brother The Fourth Saturday Sup- will:be gone fOrever• per is on hold for the summer Volunteers will set the and may start up again in popcorn, drinks and otherSeptember• snacks out on the front lawn The movies for August will of the Greenville Communi- be shown.at 8 p.m., due to ear- ty United Methodist Church lier sunsets, and movies may 1 • Open bowling 6 days a week • Karaoke every Friday • 2 antique Brunswick pool tables • Golf Lessons w/Tim Mooney (by appointment) • Full bar • Easy walking distance • Kid:s arcade Almanor Bowling 376 Main St., Chester 258.4300 be shown outside in Septem- ber too, if the temperatures don't drop too low, otherwise they will be moved into the social hall. Sipping for hools: Tasting wines with master Residents and visitors are invited to sip wines Saturday, July 24, and help Greenville schools at the same time. Carrie Boyle, a certified wine judge, will be the guest Sommelier at Anna's Car6 in Greenville. Boyle graduated from the Master Court of. Sommeliers in Chicago and conducts more than 100 professional wine tasting events each year. She owned a pair of Wine Merchant shops and is now -general manager of Total Wines, one of Sacramento Val- ley's largest fine wine stores• Carrie has just returned from a professional tasting tour through Spain and France and will be judging wine at the California State Fair this year. "Take advantage of her ex- perience," said volunteer or- ganizer Jesse Lawson. Boyle and members of the Greenville Parents Club will make it an evening to remember. There will be two seatings of 40 people at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 per person and available at Anna's Caf& There will be a door prize, a drawing and a limited silent auction at each seating. "Take a night off and-treat yourself to some outstanding wines with the help of a world class Sommelier," Law- son said. For more information, call Anna's Caf6 at 284-1998. PLUMAS Carors Cafe & West Shore beli Open 7 days a week l~l~ l'l~l~ l~~ ~ ~ ~- ~ ~l.... Breakfast: 7:30am - 2pm • Lunch 11am-2pm ~ ~ ~ ~ ll ~ ~ ~ ~l l~ ~l Serving dinner Sunday nights only l~ ~~~ Reservations Recommended • 259-2464 .... 2932 Almanor Dr., West Prattville @ Lake Almanor The Lodge Dinner Wed-Sun AT '~HITEHAWK RANCH Bar 3pro • Dinner 5pm RESTAURANT Wed Nite: Burgers, Brews & BBQ Su~: Prime Rib & Full Menu • Wed-Sun: Golf & Dine 985 WH1TEHAWK DR., WH1TEHAWK (NEAR CLIO) 530-836-4985 * lodgeatwhitehawk.com GREENllORN CREEK I .ow includes GUEST RANCI! I Full Bar! All-You-Can-Eat Ribs & Chicken Fridays only 5:00 - 8:30pro 10 miles East of Quincy -- 283-0980 t t 1 q ~L