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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 23, 2014 11B ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT Amazing animals Pepper and the family hamster chow down on some breakfast in their Lake Almanor home. We want to publish unusual "Amazing Animal" shots. Submit your favorite photo and a description of the picture to amazinganimals@plumasnews.com. Locals " praises ul "Purchase your tickets now and Preachers,' which spent a so that you can be in the good portion of the year in the audience to see Paul Thorn at Americana Music the Town Hall Theatre in Association's Top 10 of radio Quincy on Wednesday, July play (and on the Billboard 30," said Roxanne Valladao, charts!). Plumas Arts director. "When I first heard 'Pimps "Thorn's performance is and Preachers' I was about to certain to be crowd pleasing leave for a family reunion, and memorable." and one of the his songs, 'I Valladao speaks from Don't Like Half the Folks I experiehce, having seen Love,' spoke directly and Thorn perform twice before, succinctly to me. "We felt that he would be a "All told,! played nine great fit for our theatre and songs from this disc on The our audience." Farm Hour numerous times Dave Steidel (aka radio DJ through the winter of 2010, Farmer Dave), who has been a and the spring of 2011. I'll major force in getting him to admit it, I was smitten. the Town Hall Theatre for this "Since then I have seen date, has this to say about Paul Thorn and his smokin' Thorn: band (featuring the brilliant "I first heard about Paul guitar work of Bill Hinds) Thorn in 2005, after Roxanne three times, and a fourth time had seen him at the when he co-headlined a show Strawberry Music Festival. I with Ruthie Foster. The then heard a song of Paul shows with his band were, to Thorn's played at the Solar use an overused word one Cook-Off by one of the many more time, awesome. Tom Van Rossen/Bill Boggio "Just ask Keith Linford, or bands the song 'Everybody Lori Davis, or Tommy Miles Looks Good at the Starting and Carol Miles, or Roxanne Line' which indicated to me and John; we've all had the that other musicians knew pleasure of hearing and about this guy, Paul Thorn. seeing, experiencing and "Over the years I played being charmed by this Tupelo, Paul Thorn's music a bunch Mississippi, troubadour. on The Farm Hour, and in "At least for me, and my 2010, he released his wife Jane, seeing Paul Thorn award-winning disc 'Pimps and band is a near religious Paul Thorn gets rave reviews from locals who have seen him perform before and are thrilled to bring him to the Town Hall Theatre. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts musical experience, and Iavailable the Plumas Arts really would like to extend an Gallery at 525 Main St. during invitation to you to be there gallery hours: Wednesday to when Paul and band find Friday, 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m themselves in one of the and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 coolest small towns in the US p.m as well as Quincy of A." Natural Foods or online at Tickets are $25 each and plumasarts.org. in The Almanor Art Show offers an opportunity to spend a summer afternoon on the beautiful Collins Pine Lawn in Chester enjoying a wide selection of art presented by the artisan makers of the work. Photo COUrtesy Plumas Arts Almanor Art Show nears "Mark your calendars and full range of prices. plan to attend one of the best The location on the cool collections and exhibitions of green Collins Pine Lawn and ;visual arts and time crafts in the surroundings of Lake several counties," said Almanor in Chester offers a Roxanne Valladao, director beautiful setting to enjoy and of Plumas Arts. The 45th explore that fine art. annual Almanor Art Show Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 takes place Aug. 2 and 3 on p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to the Collins Pine Lawn on 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is Highway 36 in Chester. free. Ongoing since 1969, this is Plumas Arts has Plumas County's most coordinated the Almanor Art tenured art show, providing Show since 1983. Event more than 60 artists a venue proceeds support art to display their original education and cultural paintings, drawings, programs in the Almanor photographs, jewelry, Basin as well as the rest of pottery, furniture, Plumas County. For more sculptures, wood, metal, information call the office at fabric and whimsical art in a 283-3402. MY FATHER (12-1888 to 1-1984) Oh, father, lying on your f'mal bed, You went from us without a by-your-leave And left me with so much that was unsaid That wrings my guilty conscience as I grieve. When in your later years you blamed us all For any flaw or hurt that came your way, I stood your hurts behind my mental wall, And, more than others, took what you might say. But then, one day, I guess I had my fill And said some things I never should have said, But thought I'd patch it up with my good will-- Too late, my words address a silent bed. So, father, you no longer care where you are now, But I must wake each day to rue that foolish row. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano (Originally written at my rewritten on July 9, 2014) father's death but lost and On July 3, the California State Assembly passed the NAMI California sponsored resolution recognizing July as Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Month. Following the 2008 proclamation from the United States House of Representatives, National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month was created to raise awareness about severe mental illness in diverse communities of color, while highlighting avenues for wellness and recovery. The legislation, ACR 163, authored by California State Assemblymember Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, recognizes July as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in State of California. Ridley-Thomas chairs the newly established Assembly Select Committee on Mental and Behavioral Health. Rising in support of the resolution on the Assembly floor were distinguished Assembly members V. Manuel Perez, majority leader; Dr. Richard Pan, chair of the Assembly Health Committee; Steven Bradford, chair of the Select Committee on Status of Boys and Men of Color; Bonnie Lowenthal, commissioner on the Mental Health Oversight and Accountability Commission; Mariko Yamada, chair of the Assembly Select Committee on State Hospitals; and Rob Bonta, speaking on behalf of the Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus. NAMI California hosted a special legislative breakfast Thursday, June 26, in the California State Capitol celebrating the Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month resolution. Ridley-Thomas addressed invited guests. Also featured were remarks from Sen. Holly Mitchell and Sen. Jim Beall. NAMI affiliate members offered insight into the challenges facing racial, cultural and ethnic communities in pursuit of better mental health services. The breakfast was followed m Including enfertainment packages, golf packages, legal services, hot springs, just to name a few, Indian Valley Recreation and Parks District and Sierra Institute for Community and Environment are hosting the 32nd ANNUAL ROUND VALLEY RUN/WALK Saturday, August 2, 2014 By participating in our PRIZE DRAWING (and race) you are he/ping us continue to provide support to the various youth programs in Indian Valley. Prizes are listed #I to #21, and each ticket purchased will be sorted to your choice, giving you a chance to win the prize of your choice. TICKET PRICE: $5 EACH Off 12 for $50 * 30 for $100 * 70 for $200 * 120 for $300 170 for $400 220 for $500 * 500 for $1,000 by an Assembly floor Outstanding Media Award acknowledgement from for Literature for the book Ridley-Thomas and the "Sometimes My Mommy Gets California State Assembly Angry," written especially recognizing NAMI California for children, about a young and their efforts on behalf of girl who learns how to cope families and individuals with her mother's bipolar whose lives have been illness. In 2005, her novel affected by serious mental "72-Hour Hold" focused on an illness, adult daughter and a family's About Bebe Moore experience with the onset Campbell of mental illness. In addition to being an "Stigma is one of the accomplished author, Bebe main reasons why people Moore Campbell was a with mental health problems National Public Radio don't seek treatment or take commentator and a foundingtheir medication," Campbell member of NAMI Urban LA said. "People of color, and an advocate for the particularly mentally ill. In 2003 she African-Americans, feel received NAMI's the stigma more keenly." COMING SOON TO YOUR HALL THEATRE Fri July 18 - Mon July 21 7pm Show 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated PG-13 113 rain. Action/Sci-Fi An officer finds himself caught in a time loop in a war with an alien race. His skills increase as he faces the same brutal combat scenarios, and his union with a Slbecial Forces warrior gets him closer and closer to defeating the enemy. takes the stage at the Town Hall Theatre on Wednesday, July 30th at 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm. General Admission is $25. Plumas Arts members can purchase advance tickets at $20. Tickets are also available online at https://plumasarts.org/store/. TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED: 22 JUMP STREET THE FAULT IN OUR STARS JERSEY BOYS Remember, Town Hall Theatre needs your help to buy a dig!tal projector. Without this new projector, THT will go away! Make your donation today. Visit plumasarts.org for more information or write your donation check to THT & mail to P.O. Box 600, Quincy, CA 95971 n,du, ,81 H Students/Seniors '. '7 H T0w [ , ltltLL kl Children 6U THEllTltE 283-1140"469 Main St Quincy, CA Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com