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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 9, 201S 13B ARTS and ENTERTAINMENT The Town Hall Theatre in Quincy will feature three movie events through September. Show times are 7 p.m. each night, Friday through Monday, with a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee and 4 p.m. Sunday matinee. To get the most current movie schedule check quincytownhail.com. The Town Hall Theatre movie line is 283-1140. "Mission Impossible" will replace the previously scheduled run of "Fantastic Four," and will play four days, Friday- Monday, Sept. 11 - 14. With the IMF (Impossible Mission Force) disbanded, and Ethan (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, the team now faces off against a network of highly skilled special agents -- the Syndicate. These highly trained operatives are heil-bent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of terrorist attacks. Ethan gathers his team and joins forces with disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation, as the group faces their most impossible mission yet. The cast also includes Jeremy Renner, SimonPegg and Ving Rhames. This 131-minute action adventure thriller is rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence, and brief partial nudity. Web Site: mission impossible.com. Mission Impossible, Friday- Monday, Sept. 11 - 14. Photos submitted "Wild & Scenic Film of the last free flowing rivers flock to return everyone Fest" plays one night only in the world in Mongolia and safely to the green grass of Wednesday, Sept. 16. Russia. home. Plumas Arts proudly hosts Join us for ten inspiringCritics Consensus calls the a one-evening showing of 10 films, Sierra Nevada beer and ffilm "warm, funny, and films from the three-day 8th a fantastic prize drawing, brilliantly animated, Shaun annual Wild & Scenic Admission is $12 at the door the Sheep is yet another Environmental Film Festival or $10 in advance at Quincy stop-motion jewel for the in Nevada City. Visit Natural Foods, Plumas Arts family-friendly crown .... " plumasarts.org/events/wild_ Gallery and online at This 86-minute stop-motion scenic.html for more plumasarts.org, animated film is rated PG for information, rude humor. Through the big screen, go "Shawn The Sheep Facebook: facebook.com/ heli-skiing with a paraplegic; Movie" plays four days, shaunthesheep. mountain bike down a Friday- Monday, Sept. 18 - 21. narrow single track in When Shaun decides to take Scotland; discover how a the day off and have some fun, town in India is he gets a little more action Shawn The Sheep living with Asiatic Lions; than he bargained for. A mix Movie, Friday - Monday, experience the degradation of up with the farmer, a Sept. 18 - 21. a river in Mexico and the caravan, and a very steep hill renewal of another river in lead them all to the big city Oregon; and kayak down one and it's up to Shaun and the Wild & Scenic Film Fest, Wednesday, Sept. 16. Portrait.drawing A mixed media portrait tonal values. drawing class will be offered Masters specializes in at Mohawk Community figure drawing and portraits, Resource Center starting and enjoys oil painting and Sept. 21, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. mixed media. Masters has Taught by local artist taught art classes to adults Tammy Ann Masters, this and children off and on for 25 five-week course win provide years. Her work is currently students an opportunity to being shown at MCRC and explore different mediums has been shown at other while honing their drawing local venues including Main skills. Street Art Gallery in The series is 'open to Quincy. everyone and students need The course is $70 for all five not have previous drawing classes, and drop-ins are experience to participate, welcome at $20 per class to Students will draw with a cover the cost of the models. live model for each class, and The Plumas County Public will be given specific Health Agency 20,000 Lives instruction related to the program provided a grant for skeletal and muscular a limited number of structure of the face, as well scholarships for class fees as time to learn and practice available for low income drawing techniques. Due to residents. small class size, students are The five-week class skips able to receive individual Oct. 12 and wraps up on Oct. attention and instruction as 26. needed. For more information or Participants may select the to register, call MCRC at medium of their choice, from 836-0446, email mcrc@ charcoal, pencil, cont6 or plumasruralservices.org, or pastel, but are not limited to visit the community center. one medium, and may Mohawk Community experiment with different Resource Center is a service mediums ff they choose, of Plumas Rural Services, and Beginner students are offers a variety of cultural, encouraged to work in black social, educational and and white to help them learn health-related activities for EXPERIENCE THE SCENIC FEATHER RIVER CANYON Day 1: OaMand to Westwood via Feather River Canyon Day 2: Westwood to Klamath Falls same day option to return to Westwood by bus Day 3: Klamath Falls to Oakland with side trip option to Crater Lake National Park, via Mr. Shasta-Sacramento River Canyon CALL TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE to feature live models the local community to enjoy. To ffmd out more about MCRC and its activities,:to, "Heather", a portrait by volunteer, or to make a local artist Tammy Ann tax-deductible donation, call Masters, who will teach a 836-0446 or visit five-week mixed media plumasruralservices.org/ portrait drawing class at mcrc. Mohawk Community The center is located at the Resource Center starting junction of Highways 89 and Sept. 21, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. 70 near the Corner Barn in Photo by Tammy Ann Masters Blairsden. THEY WALKED ALONG THE STRAND They walked along the strand at Malibu With no one else within their scenic view Except a distant motor boat or two, And here and there a soaring sea-bird flew They picked a spot to have their picnic lunch And talked about whatever came to mind As squirrels came in hopes to have a munch Of any tasty crumbs that they might find. And then they went into the hills beyond To Father Serra's hill-top calm retreat Where souls who've lost their way renew a bond With love and peace to make their lives complete. At home, they faced again the nation's tragic state; A man with gun had lost his way to bitter hate. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano August 29, 2015 Find more in/ormation at: www, Tram Trips.blz Don't miss your chance to board this nostalgic adventure BY SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAIN! OCTOBER 10, 11,12, 2015 MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATION F on yet, eradicating l ate- .an International skilled as they are, committed to destroying the IMF. Tom gml Robecea Fen3uson, .leremy Rennet WILD & SCENIC FILM FEST WILD & SCENIC FILM FEST play ONE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY September 16 Plumas Arts proudly hosts a one-evening showing of ten films from the three-day 8th annual Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City http :/Iplumasarts.orgleventslwild_scenic.html Through the big screen, go heli-skiing with a paraplegic, mountain bike down a narrow single track in Scotland, discover how a town in India is living with Asiatic Lions, experience the degradation of ~ river in Mexico and the renewal of another river in Oregon, and kayak down one of the last free flowing rivers of the world in Mongolia and Russia. Join us for ten inspiring films, Sierra Nevada beer, and a fantastic prize drawing. Admission is $12 at the door or $10 in advance at Quincy Natural Foods, Plumas Arts Gallery and online at plumasarts.org. TOUJH IIIHI:ILL ..... IllTHEi]TRE 469 M28 St:, Hql ncy, CA Visit us at qumcytownhall com t !