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bulletin, IecorO, Progressive, Ieporter ' Wednesday, July 30, 2014 11B ARTS and ENTERTAINMENT Plumas Arts deposits $38,000 toward digital conversion Plumas Arts is pleased to report that at the time of this writing it has deposited $38,000 in the bank toward the digital conversion. "That puts us nearly past the halfway mark," relays Roxanne Valladao Plumas Arts director. "Final cost estimates make it look like it will cost us closer to $80,000, a bit more than we originally thought." Diego Lozano produced a video that has been making its way around Facebook and YouTube. It can be viewed at "It truly speaks to our case," adds Valladao. "The public is invited to pass the video around to help in the collection of more donations." Plumas Arts also happily reports that many friends of the Town Hall Theatre are coordinating fundraising events to help fund the digital projector conversion. Charlie Chaplin is set to make an appearance at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy when Silent Film Night raises money for the Save Our Theatre campaign.Photo courtesy PJumas Arts Save Our Theatre fundraising events schedule "Mark your calendar and plan to attend some of these events that we have firmed up so far;" said Valladao. Saturday, Aug. 9:5 - 7 p.m. at the Drunk Brush in Quincy. Drunk Brush Sessions: Participants join art instructor Danielle Frid for an evening of guided painting. The subject this week is a jellyfish. Cost is $40 (21 and older) and includes canvas (to keep), apron, paint, brushes, easel, setup and cleanup, and a glass of wine. Seating is limited. Sign up on the Drunk Brush Sessions Facebook page: sessions. Quarterly book sale returns to library, The Quincy Friends of the Plumas County Library invites its members and the public to attend the quarterly book sale Aug. 7, 8 and 9 in the Quincy library meeting room. The book sale hours are as follows: Thursday, Aug. 7, is open to Friends members only from 3 to 7 p.m. The sale will be open to the general public Friday, Aug. 8, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., and Saturday, Aug. 9, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Annual membership is $10 (January - December), and a lifetime membership is $100; memberships can be purchased at the sale. The quarterly book sales have enabled Friends to make major purchases such as the recent acquisition of 10 new HP computers. Funds raised also provide ongoing support for the library, This year the group allocated $2,000 for new books, paid the audio and book-leasing subscriptions, added to the landscaping and funded the children's summer reading and after-school programs. Quincy Friends works closely with the county librarian to determine how to best support library patron needs. Public input is always welcomed. For the sale, the fiction section will be alphabetized by author, a service that has been well received by shoppers. The nonfiction will be separated by subject category, and volunteers will be available to assist shoppers during the sale. Gently used book donations are always appreciated. Take your donations to the front - desk of the library during normal business hours. The library staff screens the books for possible inclusion in the library collection and forwards the remainder to Friends for the book sales. Those unable to take their donations to the library may call Diann Jewett at 283-3873 to schedule a donation pickup. Carnival presale ticket books available now John Steffanic Plumas-Sierra County Fair You know it's fair time when you come down Fairgrounds Road and see Booster to hold cow plop drop The Quincy High School Boosters Club infamous Cow Plop Drop is scheduled this year to be held at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair on Saturday, Aug. 16. "Don't miss this opportunity to win $500 and be a part of some real small-town fun," say Boosters organizers. Tickets are available at Quincy Natural Foods or Great Northern Hair Co. for $5 Or five tickets for $20. The fun and suspense will begin at 5 p.m. Winners need not be present to win. All proceeds support Quincy High students and activities. Tentatively Scheduled Paradise quilt show includes historical art Quilting has evolved from a craft of necessity to an art form. The Paradise Ridge Quilters' Guild quilt show will feature a fine example of the evolution of quilts ranging from Civil War and Depression-era quilts to today's new art quilts in modern fabric and "thread painting." The show will include vendors with quilting supplies and a country store. Several drawings will be held, including for the guild's latest opportunity quilt. Quilts will be displayed at the Paradise Intermediate School on Aug. 9 and 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m: Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Attendees are welcome to take photographs. the Ferris wheel turning among the pines. The excitement of the carnival is something kids throughout Plumas and Sierra counties look forward to every year. With the increase in fuel costs, many carnivals are not traveling to smaller fairs like ours in Quincy. Fortunately, we have a great relationship with Wold Amusements, which continues to make the commitment to our community. As usual, presale ticket books will be available at local merchants. Booklets cost $20 each and contain tickets worth $30. You can exchange one 30-ticket book for one unlimited ride wristband on Thursday and Sunday. There are no unlimited ride wristbands available on Friday and Saturday. However, you can still use the tickets in the booklets during those times for a hefty discount. Since the fair was expanded to five days, we have tried to have the carnival open in the evening. Due to a variety of reasons, includin labor laws, the carnival will not operate on Wednesday. On Thursday, the carnival will open at noon for Kids' Day and all kids 15 and under will receive a two-for-one coupon for soda or cotton candy from the carnival food booth. Those coupons will be handed out at the front gate. Presale tickets are available for sale at Safeway and the fair office in Quincy, Evergreen Market in Greenville, Loyalton Pharmacy in Loyalton, Sierra Promotions in Portola and all branches of Plumas Bank. Fair management urges you to purchase early as presale ticket books sold out early last year. The Quincy Chamber of Commerce and the Plumas-Sierra County Fair announces the LAST CALL for this year's Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade entries! Monday, August 4th Saturday, August 16th at t0:00 a.m. (on Central), on Lindan Avenue (near the Plumas Bank 'administration building) and Jackson Street Quincy (in front of Plumas Christian School) are available at Volunteers are also needed that day to help with staging, registration, etc. Please call Cheryl Kolb at 375-0086 with any questions or to sign up to help! Thursday, Aug. 21: Cole Young & Friends Comedy Night, Town Hall Theatre. Locally grown comedian Cole Young will be joined by other local and visiting comedians. A no-host bar and movie concessions will also be part of the fun. Admission is $10 presale, or $15 at the door, if the show is not sold out -- the last few times Young came to do a comedy show in town, the shows did sell out. Thursday, Aug. 28: Silent Film Night at the Town Hall Theatre. Quincy High student Tailor Walmer has made her senior project a benefit to help the digital conversion. Her plan for the evening brings two silent comedies featuring Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as well as a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest. Audience members are encouraged to dress up in '20s fashion. Presale tickets can be purchased at Plumas Arts and are $10 for adults and $6 for kids (ages 0 - 16). At the door ticket prices will be raised by $2. Friday, Sept. 26: "Hollywood Hair" fundraiser, Town Hall Theatre. Participants join the glamorous stylists from Body & Soul Salon and get a red-carpet-ready up-do during this year's Girl's Night Out. Donations support the digital conversion. Saturday, Oct. 11: Fractured Fashionistas Fashion Show at Quincy Vets Hall. Three Indian Valley designers bring to Quincy a stunning, entertaining runway show of costumes and fashion for October celebrations. No-host bar. Tickets $20 at the door. There are also plans for a Brewing Lair beer and food-pairing event at Pangaea. Plumas Arts also hopes to host a booth at one or two of, the Quincy Certified Farmers' Markets and other events are still in the discussion phase. Proceeds for all events will benefit the Save Our Theatre campaign. More details will be provided for publication in the newspaper as each of the events gets closer. NANCY You wear a hat decked out in daisy chains Now freshly picked before the morning sun Had time to dry the drops of recent rains That grace the petals, each and every one. Your face beneath the hat is china white But roses blush your cherub-rounded cheeks And with your laugh, there is no earthly light As bright and voice so mellow when you speak. Your gown is but a loosely fitted dress That shimmers when you take a step to me, And when you open up your arms to press Against my heart, I know eternity. I feel the beauty of your tender, perfumed skin, But sense the greater beauty of your soul within. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano Written for her birthday on September 13, some Unknown yearsag. .......... COMING SOON TO YOUR TOWN HALL THEATRE PAULTHORN takes the stage atthe 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 22 JUMP STREET Fri., Aug. 1 - Mon., Aug. 4 7pm Show 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated R * 112 min. Adult Comedy Alter making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt and Jenko when they go deep under:cover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don't have to just crack the case, they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. If these two overgrown adolescents can grow from freshmen into real men, college might be the best thing that ever happened to them. TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED: THE FAULT IN OUR STARS JERSEY BOYS As a most happy addendumr Plumas Arts is pleased to note that due to an overwhelming positive community response, the Save Our Theatre funding campaign is going surprisingly well. Plumas Arts is now in the process of getting final bids f the projector, new screen, istallation costs and equipment upgrades required to make the conversion a reality. Donations of any amount are still very much needed. Go to the website and click on the Save Our Theatre button to get more into, see the video, read the story & donate online. III TOIJJH HALL THEATRE I I' ti..u,. .................... ', 1 ilStudents/Senirs ....... 2.. '7 t J Children .................. '61J 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA I Visit us at BREAKING NEWSI