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)rogr~L~gresswe, Record, Reporter ,, Wednesda,l,, Au,~ i, 200! II3p l Metcalf Wednesday, Aug. 8, through Beginning Wednesday night,On Saturday night, the carnival will be open withthe Plumas Bank Stage areas Sunday, Aug. 12. the Draft Horse Cavalcade, a Marshall Tucker Band will special bracelet prices and are the places to be. [Ave en- In readiness. Petu- While grounds crews and free event, is scheduled in the also perform in the grand-days for the kids; acts includ- tertainment is available, sunflowers are in volunteers are putting the grandstand arena. This is the stands area. Tickets are still ing birds and a petting zoo sponsored through a special Old Towne booths finishing touches on the second year for this program, on sale for $22, which also in- will be available; wild sci- grant to the Plumas County for customers, grounds and buildings, those and it promises to have more cludes the gate admission,ence will be in the exhibit Arts Commission. set for entertain- who have entered the numer-big horses and more actionAnd on Sunday, the final hall, and don't forget all the 4- For ticket information, or livestock stalls, ous categories in competition than before, day of the fair, the Plumas- H and Future Farmers of for advanced sales for carni- are waiting for are hurrying to get every- On Thursday night, Christ-Sierra Stock Car Races areAmerica competitions, val ride coupon booklets or animals to occupy thing together for next Jan-style music is planned, scheduled. For those interested in a other information, contact Wednesday. Friday night brings the an- But those are just some oflittle entertainment and the the Plumas-Sierra County time for the This year. five nights ofen- nual bull rides, slated for the the top entertainments, opportunity to set for a spell, Fair at 283-6272. L-Sierra County Fairtertainment are scheduled, grandstands arena. Every day of the week, thethe Mineral Gallery Care and I I V P~otos by Ke~q Ma :or/ Emmy award and an Oscar nomination to her credit, Mare Winningham left screen behind to spend an evening at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy ~hsinger/songwriter. From 1985-1995, Winningham performed annually e Plumas County Arts Commission. A demanding film career, bower- her away. But she was back in rare form this year, singing ballads, blues favorites. dline to enter the Valley Riding ng Club" Junior Aug. 2. 'rms are available Market, on Main aylorsville, or at on High- lls. Roping Club :all kids participate in Saturday, Aug. er Buckle Rodeo ville. bets and award Participants io, Abbey King- Jean Mannes to tie goats clinic Thurs- at tying, junior Will include dummy rop- ng, steer riding, and team roping, Photo by Alicia Higbee barrel racing Misty Banchio shows Brady Kaumans, of Quincy, how Will be steerto groom her horse. His big dream is to become a cow- r comes boy, and Misty said this is a good place to start. aUte to face a kid lge on a stick, around buckle for each ageHigh School rules and regula- ho whacks the group and cash prizes, tions will apply. fastest wins. Boys and girls can competeFor more information, call nclude an all- in all events, and California Misty Banchio at 284-1472. h,nWill perform set of shows in Plumas County, Aug. 2-4 g cool to beatensemble of professional play- This ensemble wowed the me out mn for azz crowd at The Crescent Hotel and hear ers with a pass J -- and his High contemporary, swing, Latinin mid-July. Wiil-: Jn Jazz All-Stars, and Brazilian with flamenco The Plumas County Arts be tourin P1 ~ty AUgtl g umas flavors. The ensemble plans to Commission has coordinated ~' st 2-4 at a variety cover such familiar songs and all these concerts in collabo- COUnty locations bring in some solid funk, high ration with a variety of com- ' rst COncert will be energy Latin and swing. Get munity sponsors: Portola t'-"qY A fa .nug. 2, in Quincy, ready to Bossa Nova, RumbaHealthy Start/ the Plumas at the corner of and Samba. Unified School District, the and Mai " ~rl Wit- n m con- Drake will be playing lead City of Portola, the Almanor (l oo s the Quincy Nat-on three different guitars, Recreation and Park District, :: ark farmer's Market. Hans Halt will be on standup Quincy Natural Foods, et begins at 5:30 bass and Barry Puhlovski will Plumas Vision 2020 and the I trip, the music be ins at back it all up on drums. Some Plumas County Board of Su- ,,ta Will go o;guntil the stage: Dr. Mark Satterfield pervisors. For information, evening Au local all-stars will also take " tars Will ' g.3, sits in on sax, clarinet and call 284-1560. . Perform m flute and Jim Norman with be at7 P.m. as tinkling the ebony and ivory. lqea Ma mllY Fun Night C nt K..ets SUmmer se- llat . ortola Healthy to sign up for UeS ; F JSt... S.ea. 7go. &t , on Sat- the group Collins Pine Ster at the AI- from 6 p.m. Catch a COuple, Admission to rake brings us an b i* x, Saturday NORTHWOODS GALLERY 278 Hain St., Chester, CA 258-3400 i Bay Area musicians Robin nical proficiency mixed with mances. Flower and Libby McLaren humor, hope and heart. They also play some impas- will perform for the third of "Sing Out," a folk song sioned social and political four Indian Valley communi- magazine, described their in. anthems, according to "Crib ty summer concerts at the strumentals as a dialogue for ic's Choice." Sierra Sunrise Coffee House many voices with echoes, The women have per- in Greenville Wednesday, counterpoint, cross picking, formed at universities, in Aug. 15, at 7 p.m. elaborate fret and finger concerts, festivals, contra The women have been in- work and bold, unusual dances and other musical fluenced by a variety of musi- chording, events all over the country cal traditions, and they have "BAM," a bay area music and in places such as New joined forces to redefine the magazine, describes FlowerZealand. boundaries of contemporary and McLaren as artists whoFor more information music, cook up a luscious stew ofabout the Indian Valley Corn- Fiddle, piano, guitar, man. tunes, munity Concert series, call dolin and accordion are Irish, Celtic, Cajun, coun- the Healthy Start office at joined by their soaring vocal try and folk are just five of 284-1560, or call the Plumas harmonies to create music the music traditions that can County Arts Commission at with a dazzling blend of tech- be recognized in their perfor. 283-3402. will perform Sherri Youngward, a popu- lar acoustic rock artist from Seattle, will be performing at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair Thursday evening, Aug. 9. That Thursday is free-ad- mission day to the fair- grounds, and the concert is also flee. Youngward has released four albums on the Tooth and Nail record label, and her mellow alternative style resembles the music of Sarah McLachlan. The concert will begin around 7 p.m. on the Holiday Market Stage at the end of Old Town. Funding for the concert has been raised by the Meadow Valley Church, Church at Quincy and the Christian Life fellowship. Visit our Web site: SllOW --BIG- RENO SHOW Reno Hilton Aug. 17,18,19 Photo submitted Bay Area musicians Robin Flower and Libby McLaron will bring their unique mix of Irish, Cajun, Ce/ffc, coun- try and folk music to the Sierra Sunrise Coffee House in Greenville Wednesday, Aug. 1E, at 7 p.m. azmz mlmmmam A Adults ............. $6.00 OPEN Children ............ $4.00 7 DAYS Students & Seniors ............ $6.00 A WEEK [HEItTII[ email: 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community. II