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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 13B ARTS and ENTERTAINMENT The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council will present an evening of Cajun food and great dance music at the Nakoma Golf Resort and Spa on Saturday, SePt. 5. This event is the second annual fundraiser at Nakoma to Support the restoration of the historic White Sulphur Springs Ranch in Mohawk Valley. The popular Northern California band Mumbo Gumbo will appear and will feature a wide variety of music starting at 7 p.m. The septet has a dedicated following and blends many genres, from rock to,soul. The band recently played at the Kentucky Mine and is a regular in its summer music series. Mumbo Gumbo's music has been used in the hit TV show "Northern Exposure" and in the 2005 movie "Her Minor Thing," in which the band appears on screen. Recent concerts have been in Tahoe City and Minden, Nevada. The band was formed in 1983 by Bill Fairfield. In 1990, the group was looking for a name that better reflected the wide variety of music that they played, especially the New Orleans' sound of Cajun and Zydeco. One of the band members playfully suggested "Mumbo Jumbo." Fairfield quickly came back with "Mumbo Gumbo" to emphasize the New Orleans connection. The band interprets the name as meaning a "big stew" of widely varying musical styles. The band members have been together a long time. The current crew consists of a rhythm section with Rick Lotter and Mike Palmer, and vocalists ChrisWebster and TrUly Walt0n'.: gaX 'tiian is Reggy Marks. Steve Stizzo The popular Northern California band Mumbo Gumbo plays their lively style of Cajun and Zydeco music onstage. The band will appear at Nakoma on Sept. 5 for the second annual concert fundraiser to support the restoration of White Sulphur Springs Ranch. Photo submitted is the keyboardist and Jonribs, chicken and andouille website: whitesulphur Mohawk Valley. This event and Summerfest Wood plays guitar. Fairfield sausage jambalaya, red The White Sulphur Springsare the primary means of doesn't do live shows due to beans, rice and vegetables. The Nakoma Golf Resort Ranch property was acquired raising funds for the MVSC. an earsensitivity. Doors open and the dinnerand Spa is located at 348 Bear and is in the process of The general public and local After their date at Nakoma, starts at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are Run, near Clio, off Staterenovation for eventual use businesses can assist this the band travels to Roseville $50 for both dinner and music Route A-15. by the public. The MVSC has effort by becoming members and Sacramento. They are an and are available online at The MVSC was formed in recently acquired adjacent of the MVSC. More institution on the Northern A 2009 as a nonprofit property in order to install a information is available on California concert scene, link to this site is provided in organization to preserve the leach field to service the the White Sulphur Springs In addition to the music the White Sulphur Springscultural heritage of the property. Ranch website. and the beautiful setting, Nakoma will provide a Cajun .......... ; ........................ .fO .... buffet that includes Cajun THE SERENADE Co o F0to" Common Good foundation to sponsor 'Plumas Talks' natural beauty of Plumas The Common Good Community Foundation is sponsoring a third "Plumas Talks" event Thursday, Aug. 13, at the Lake Almanor Tavern in Chester. Feather River Land Trust Executive Director Paul Hardy will discuss the "Almanor Legacy," including several projects the Land Trust has undertaken, such as the "Save Olsen Barn" campaign. "This should be a very informative and enjoyable evening," said Colleen McKeown, president of the Foundation. McKeown added, "It's a chance for all of us to hear about how the Feather River Land Trust is preserving the County for generations to come." "I suspect most people have heard of the Feather River Land Trust," McKeown states, "but this talk is a chance for folks to better understand how land trust projects seek to conserve, preserve and protect a way of life that those of us who live in areas of natural beauty sometimes take for granted. We really can't afford to do that." The event will include hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar at 5 p.m. Hardy's talk will begin at 5:30 p.m,, and a no-host dinner at the Tavern is available at 6 p.m. For dinner reservations after the talk, call 258-2100. (After reading John O'Donohue, Celtic poet, philosopher, Catholic scholar and much more.) 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