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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012 13B "Shooting Saw," in the foreground, and "Shooting Star No. 5" are two of the creations by artist George Fluke that are on display at Red House Art in Graeagle. But rather than hanging inside the gallery, they have found a loftier habitat. iris go camping- still time to sign up "Ladies! Let's go camp- ing!" say organizers of the next Sierra Institute tour. The Sierra Institute's Cen- ter of Forestry is excited to host a new and exciting tour of Humbug Valley with a camp over in Yellow Creek campground Aug. 17 and 18. Girls' Night Out in Hum- bug Valley features Beverly Ogle, Maidu author and his- torian, joining participants and sharing the history of the Maidu in Humbug Val- after a tasty evening dinner, they'll enjoy music, stargaz- ing, storytelling and s'mores. Though food and bever- ages will be provided, par- ticipants are encouraged to bring their favorite camping food and anything else to make them Comfortable. "Dust off your camping gear, spruce up your talent and bring a friend for this fun, fun evening with girls!" say organizers. Reception for Fluke Debra Moore the gallery walls. Look up in- Staff Writer to the trees or around the dmoore@plumasnews.com yard to find some of his work. Fluke brings an interesting For the third reception in perspective to his sculptures. their Second Saturday Art se- On his website, Fluke de- ries, Red House Art gallery scribes his new work as owners Brian and Toni Carl "more culturally and politi- have selected a little some- cally focused, in an attempt thing different, to keep up with our quickly The first two events fen-moving social landscape." tured paintgrs Penny Popken Fluke spent his profession- and Jo Ann Hanna, whose al career in a variety of ere- work often depicts settings fa- ative endeavors from work- miliar to locals and visitors, ing in an advertising agency They both enjoy working en to remodeling houses to de- plein air and use Plumas signing a hatchback proto- County vistas to inspire type. The technical skills that them. those projects required, such This week will feature fa- as welding and woodworking, miliar sights, but with a twist he now uses to produce his -- oven mitts transformed in- art. to flowerpetals for example. He first displayed his work A reception will be held for in 1998 and has evolved his artisf George Fluke this Sat- style since that time. urday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the For more photographs of gallery located behind the his work or to read his phi- park in Graeagle. losophy on art, visit his web- But unlike previous shows, site at georgefluke.com. his art won't be confined to Bright yellow flov~ers brighten the area near Red ' House Art in Graeagle. This work titled "Self Picking Flowers" is part of the collection currently being shown at the gallery. A reception for the artist, :, George Fluke, will be held this Saturday. Photos by Debra Moore Details Who: Featured artist George Fluke What: Second Saturday Art When: Saturday, Aug. 11, from 1 to 4 p.m. Where: Red House Art gallery in Graeagle For more information:836-0104 or redhouseart.net At first it may appear as if someone left his skis against a tree, but closer inspection reveals a unique twist. This work by artist George Fluke is titled "Shaved Ice/Ski Plane." As part of its Second Saturday monthly event, Red House Art will hold a reception for Fluke this Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. dell sandwiches chips drink desserts & more you choose August Special: Get a FREE scoop of ice cream when you purchase a picnic lunch to go. Offer good thru Aug. 31, 2012. One-Stop Deli edi & Wut Ddi 2932 Almanor Drive West West Shore at Prattville Canyon Dam, CA 95923 (530) 259-2464 or 259-4323 carolscafel @earthlink.net Sponsored by Quincy High School Boosters Saturday August 11, 2012 4pm at the Plumas County Fair TOWN HAt L THEATRE Presents ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT Fri Aug. 10 - Tues Aug. 14 7pm Fri. - Tues 4pm on Sunday Rated PG 94 min. Animated Adventure ley and what the Maidu Con- The cost for this tour is Scrat's nutty pursuit of the cursed acorn, sortitun has planned for the $50 per person. Space is lim- " I which he's been after since the dawn of time, rleeo not ne present to win beautiful area. ited and time is running out, ' " has world-changing consequences - a continental cataclysm that Humbug Valley was a spe- so those interested are en- =, Th;K~t~ @o u~un ur o lu[ @Lu triggers the greatest adventure of all for Manny, Diego and Sid. In the cial place for the Maidu for courageu tO call soon to . wake of these upheavals, Sid reunites with his cantankerous Granny, ma n AVallaole at uarey uanoy hundreds of years prior to ke reservatio s or to get and the herd encounters a ragtag menagerie of seafaring pirates settlement by Eu- more details of the tour. or from QHS Booster Board Members,determined to stop them from returning home. Call Laur Rawhns Betta re-Americans. The native " " " Call 283-3878 for tickets and info people had permanent, at 284-1022, or visit Sierra : THE DARK KNIGHT RISES year-roundthroughout theSettlementSvalley. As Institute:us. --All proceeds 00 to t.he 0HS Boosters to support student activities. Fri Aug. 17- Tues Aug. 21 tour participants travel to I 7pm showing Frl. - Tues. Yellow Creek campground, 4:30 & 7:30 show on Sunday night.Where theYtheyWillwillSpendget thethe ", . Rated PG-13. 165 min. Maiduchance to stop and view var- iOUSon historicaltheandtour,the pioneerS.participantsSites of the 69 (allv "rlm' riteresta'ra"t e' l Dmner" to .find: and Ut abOUtaShow l| Action/Adventure will have an opportunity to Package D1S OlttllS! J/ ~ Ii It has been eight years since Barman vanished'into the night, turning, stop at Soda Springs (Tas- ~:(~ : in that instant, from hero to fugitive. Assuming the blame for the death mam Koyam) for a taste of ~ d~,m~wo,ks / of D.A. Harvey Dent, the Dark Knight sacrificed everything for what Proudly presents the sacred mineral water and a viewing of the new monument recently in- stalled by the Maidu Censor- tium. Participants will visit many historical sites such. as the pioneer cemetery, cowboy line shacks and Maidu grinding holes while hearing the history from Ogle. This tour will begin after lunch at 12:30 p.m. as partic- ipants meet at the Lassen National Park Ranger Sta- tion in Chester Friday, Aug. 17. They will then carpool into Humbug Valley, stop- ping along the way to view various historical sites. They'll set up camp at Yel- low Creek campground and he and Commissioner Gordon both hoped was the greater good. For a time the lie worked, as criminal activity in Gotham City was crushed under the weight of the anti-crime Dent Act. But everything will change with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous, however, is the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist whose ruthless plans for Gotham drive Bruce out of his self-imposed exile. But even if he dons the cape and cowl again, Batman may be no match for Bane. Showtime: 7pm Sunday Matinee 4pm TOUlH HALL THEATRE Visit us I IAdults *Y~q L Students & Seniors =6.00 Children =5.00 283-1140 469 Main St Quincy, CA at www.quincytownhall.com Written by Bennett Fisher HERHEJr Directed by Edie O'Connor Opens Saturday, August 11, 2012, at 7:30 pm Show Dates and Saturday, August 11, 7:30 pm pm Sunday, August 12, p.m. :00 pm Friday, Augu st~iT; Saturday, Augment 31, 7:30 pm Sunda September 2, 7:30 pm y, September 2, 2 pm At the New West End Theatre Tickets $12 Can be purchased at Tile Alley Cat Cafe ,~t(t Downtown Quincy Or online at www.westendflaeatre.us~ dramaworks {Enter through the Alley Cat Care} $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$~