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prh sum in 2001 Phmms-Shn'ra Comfy Fdr Wdmml , Aupazt 1, 2001 Pap 5 OO0 pag 4 y Willy at the Plumas Bank Stage. Band at the Plumas Bank Stage, Jeff Kepple in the Mineral care tLly Willy at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion entrance. Friday, Aug. 10 Beef Show at the Sierra Pacific Pavilion. Eq a IIE q ..a Beef Show at the Sierra Pacific Pavilion. Ks :Rits, concessions and Pacific Coast Midway open, Range Cattle judging in ..Bony Arena, Balloon Man at the front gate. , . r Billy Willy at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion entrance, Art Workshops in tne :bert's Amazing World of Birds Show, Holiday Stage. tion Gallery science demonstration in the education area of the neer Crafts at the Peppard Cabin, Duck Pond time at the Ag Barn. Dog Show behind the Ag Building, Hill Billy Wtlly at the Tulsa Scott trance, Mary ,Batson Shero in the Mineral Care. Just like the tiny, even hand stitching it LIly Kobert s Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, takes to make a quilt, patience is reward- Gallery science demonstration at the education area in the Exhibit Hall, ed in the end. After a three-year wait, the the Plumas Bank Stage. " -- "ale Plumas-Sierra County Fair will house the and special guest Ken Cawley at the Mineral t;alq. . Hoffman Challenge 2001. L ey Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Entries in this quilting extravaganza ?allery science demonstration in the Exhibit Hall, Poetry Reading in the will be on display in the Tulsa Scott L II ill Billy Willy at the Plumas Bank Stage. Pavilion from Aug. 8-12. The Hoffinan Challenge began in 1987 i ' aer.River Bull Riding Classic grandstands arena, tickets $12. when Betty Boyink and Holice Turnbow attended a national quilting show in nment at the Holiday Stage. ,LUlicit at the Holiday Stage. Pennsylvania. Billy Willy at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion entrance. Spying a particular fabric offered by one of the vendors, they issued a chal- r rash Gordon at the Plumas Bank Stage. lenge to other quilters to use the fabric in | Saturday, Aug. 11 a quilting project that would be completed Animal Round Robin Showmanship at the Sierra Pacific Livestock and then shown at the following year's lgiag of the Saturday Floriculture Show. show. F2:r Parade Downtown Quincy, a salute to the 141st Plumas-Sierra County _ Animal Round Robin at the Sierra Pacific Livestock Showmanship open for a day of fun at the fair, Wagon Rides until 2 p.m., Balloon Man at M)th h rmy National Guard Band, Shady Glenn, Primary 4-H member showman- key Likkers as strolling entertainment, Hill Billy Willy at the Tulsa Scott [ trance, and Art Workshops in the Art Barn. t School Reunion at the Pioneer school, sponsored by the Plumas Coun y Quincy; Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, 4- | kXil Animal Round Robin in the Sierra Pacific Livestock Pavilion, Naomi Ruth at the Plumas Bank stage. oc:ation Gallery science demonstration in the education area of the Exhibit k Pond time at the Ag Barn. Rides until 7 p.m., Chester/Quincy Community Band playing in the Shady , Hill Billy Willy at the entrance to the Tulsa Scott Pavilion, Wit & Mirth in the Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Imagination demonstration in the educational area of the Exhibit Building, Secret r, ar gets on the Plumas Bank Stage. Tomaselli at the Mineral Cafe Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Imagination demonstration in the educational area of the Exhibit Hall. Billy Willy, Plumas Bank Stage. Tucker Band, Grandstands arena, tickets $22 which includes admission Billy Willy at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion entrance. t Mountain Rangers at the Plumas Bank Stage. Sunday, Aug. 12 4m ior Livestock Auction Buyer's Breakfast, continental breakfast. Buyers Gate 1. Livestock Auction in the Sierra Pacific Livestock Pavilion. terdenominational Church Services, Depot Stage. [ my Day at the Fair, carnival bracelets available for $18, from noon to 8 p.m., k'q at the front gate. stro act,Wago Rides until 4 lxm, Hill Billy Wiily at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion entran Art Workshops in the Art Barn. 2p.m. Nancy Kobert's Amazi World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Beatles Tribute Show atthe Humas Bank Stage. 3 p.m. Imagination Gallery science demonstrations in the educational area of the Exhibit Hall, Duck Pond time at the Ag Barn. 4 p.m. Hill Billy Willy at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion entrance, Leslie and Crow in the Mineral Cafe. 5 p.m. Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Imagination Gallery science demonstrations in the educational area of the Exhibit Hall. 7 p.m. Stock Car Races featuring the Plumas-Sierra County Racing Association, admis- sion is $11 for adults, $7 for children 6 to 12 years old. Nancy Kobert's Amazing World of Birds Show at the Holiday Stage, Imagination Gallery science demonstration in the educa- tional area of the Exhibit Hall. 7:30 p.m. Hill Billy Willy at the Plumas Bank Stage. 9 p.m. Hill Billy W'Kly at the Tulsa Scott Pavilion'entrance. And that was the beginning of what has become a popular event for both quilters and those who appreciate viewing them. The first year, the fabric that captured the originators' attention and imagina- tion was an Oriental motif offered by Hoffman California Fabrics. Ninety-four quilters accepted the chal- lenge to use that fabric in a design. Today more than 700 compete for the top prizes and recognition. The rules remain the same. Each year a specific fabric is chosen from the compa- ny and contestants are turned loose to use their skills and imaginations. This year the challenge is using antique black/gold fabric, and must be used as an integral part of the entry. 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