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Page 4 Wednesday, AuBust 1, 2001 Fml In The Sun In 2001 Plumas-Sierra Gate information 4 p.m. Wagon Rides until 7 p.m., Hill Billy Willy at the Tulsa Scott Pavilionen! yP' Paid gate hours: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. 5 p.m. Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Thursday, Aug. 9, is a free gate day. Galley science demonstration in the Exhibit Hall, Porch Swing at the Plumas W'E Prices: Adults are $4, children 12 and under and senior citizens are .50, and children five (formerly known as the Beer Gardens). and under are free. 7 1 ,m. Imat ation Gp.. gina " allery science demonstration in the Exhibit Hall edu Passes: A weekly pass may be purchased at the front and back gates. Adult passes are $I0, $5 Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage near Old To Bee: 7:30 p.m. Hill Billy Willy, Plumas Bank Stage. :Ltd.. Beef 8 p.m. Miles and Miles, Plumas Bank Stage. --elts, con, ~Bony Arel Thursday, Aug. 9 lPdiy Vii 8 a.m. 4-H/FFA Swine judging, market and breed classes, in the Sie .,_ Livestock Pavilion. Kobez 9 a.m. 4-H/FFA Rabbit Show, in the Ag Building, Open Horse Show, 4-H arena, iL l iaatior 10 a.m. Floriculture judging, Floriculture Building. Pione 11 a.m. Senior Citizen's and People with Disabilities Day, lunch for senio r Dog ple with disabilities. . . ce, M Noon, Fair Open to the Public, Free Gate Day, no admission charge, Wagon Ri. L Kol p.m., Balloon Man at the front gate. Kid's bracelet day-at the Pacific Coast Car Gallery from 1 to 9 p.m. $18. ~at the Plu 1 p.m. 4-H/FFA Poultry Show in the Ag Building, Hill Billy Willy, Tulsa Sc~e ~d entrance, Andrew Ohren on classical guitar in the Mineral Care, Art WorkshoPS' cy Kol Barn. Galled 32 p.m., NancyKobert's Amazing World of Birds Show Holiday Stage. Z'~lf~ p..4-H/FFA She eep Showmanship judging at the Sierra Pacific Livestock Hill Bill Imagination Gallery science demonstration in the education area at the Riv, Pioneer crafts at the Peppard Cabin, Duck Pond time at theAg Barn. 4 p.m. Wagon Rides until 7 p.m., Hill Billy Willy, Tulsa Scott Pavilion entr' lllicit at Smith in the Mineral Cafe. Billy 5 p.m. Imagination Gallery science demonstration in the education rrash Gor Exhibit Hall, Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage Towne, Nightengales at the Plumas Bank Stage. | r_ 6 p.m. Snake Oil at the Mineral Care. Anil 7 p.m. Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of birds Show at the Holiday Stage. | for children 12 and under and for senior citizens. 2001 Grandstand events Wednesday, Aug. 9--7 p.m. Draft Horse Cavalcade. Feel the rumble and the power of a bygone era. See massive, yet gentle giants as they compete in a variety of classes as well as various specialty acts. Admission is free. Friday, Aug. 10--8 p.m. Feather River Bull Riding Classic. You've never seen steak this tough? Take 30 cowboys, add 30 bad bulls and shake vigorously. Sprinkle with arena dust and you have the recipe for an evening of great entertainment. Saturday, Aug. 11---8 p.m. The Marshall Tucker Band. Country rock at its best as these legends of the 708, 808 and 908 continue to perform. Sunday, Aug. 12--1 p.m. Stock Car Races. Featuring the Plumas-Sierra County Racing Association. Daily Shows Exhibits are in place for public viewing from noon to I0 Bin. in the Art Barn, Tulsa E. Scott Pavilion, Floriculture Building, and the Ag Building. Pacific Coast Carnival-Open from noon to midnight each day of the fair. Bracelets are available for $18 each day and are good on Wednesday and Thursday from I to 9 [tm., and on Sunday from noon to 8 p.m, Advanced ticket books are on sale at the fairgrounds office for $15 for 40 coupons. Skip Banks "The Balloon Man,'---Learn how to put one man inside of an inflated bal- loon and other absolutely wacky tricks. The Mineral Cafe-lt is once again serving entertainment on the light side. Classical music, local song writers, musicians, and literary artists will perform. Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show--Favorites include Foster the Laughing Kookaburra who answers the phone in a wild style, Arnold and an audience volunteer demonstrate how "flip the bird," and Koalabi the talking cockatoo promise to steal the show. Cowboy lien's Train--Rest your feet and climb aboard for a train ride around the fair- grounds. Find out what is happening from the man himself, who will have the latest news. Daily time schedules will be posted at the station located at the front fountain. The Imagination Gallery--This is Wild Science at its best. Located in the Exhibit Hall, the program offers hands-on educational experiences with science exhibits of all types from noon to 10 p.m. Wagon Rides-The Reid Horse and Cattle Company is once again providing wagon rides pulled by some big horses. All Creatures Great and Small Educational Petting Zoo--Domestic and exotic animals will be on display and available for petting at this attraction near Old Towne. Hill Billy Willy--Returning this year, the man and his wonderful strolling show of jug- gling, unicycle riding and fiddle playing will sure to entertain...Catch him where you can for some old-fashioned entertainment that will please both young and old alike. The Hoffman Challenge--After a three year wait, this exhibit is finally coming to the Plumas-Sierra County Fair. Featured in the Tulsa Scott Pavilion, it offers a unique experi- ence in the world of quilting. Art Workshops--Offered daily in the Art Barn from I to 4 p.m., local artists offer oppor- tunities to learn new skills while having fun. Wednesday, Aug. 8 8 a.m. Swine showmanship--Sierra Pacific Livestock Pavilion. 8:30 a.m. 4-H/Future Farmer's of America Goat Show--in the Marcel Bony Show Ring. 11 a.m. Judging of "The Fun in the Sun" Fruit Cookie Contest--and the Children's Sand Bucket Gift Pack at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion. Noon, The 2001 Plumas-Slerra County Fair officially opens. Kid's Day--Children 12 and under free admission to the fair until 6 p.m. Carnival bracelets may be purchased in the carnival area for $18. Good from 1 to 9 p.m. Midway opens for the rill day. All exhibits open for viewing. Food and beverage concessions are open in the new food court. 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