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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 15B mn ness Residents, college students and hospital employees are invitedto participate the eighth annual Autumn Fitness Festival sponsored by Plumas District Hospital. There will be a variety of activities, including a 5k and 1-mile fun-run/walk, as well as a soccer clinic. Festivities get underway Saturday, Sept. 12, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Feather River College track in Quincy. "We are excited and proud to hold the Autumn Fitness Festival for the eighth year in a row. In particular, we're pleased to partner with the Feather River College Golden Eagle men's and women's he added. Members of the FRC soccer ~ .... ' _ : team will be on hand to demonstrate skills and tectmiques for soccer enthusiasts of all ages. The a.m.Sccer clinic will begin at 10 The festival is suitable for soccer teams for our clinic," said Dr. Jeffrey Kepple, CEO and physician advisor to the Plumas District Hospital Employee Wellness Committee. "The festival is part of an ongoing effort to inform, educate and empower hospital employees and the community to adopt healthier lifestyles," all ages and will feature fitness demonstrations, vendors and informational booths. Food will be available for purchase from the Quincy Elementary School sixth-grade class. The students will be selling chicken Caesar wraps to raise funds for their annual watershed field trip. Quincy Yoga and Wellness Center will provide 10-minute yoga demonstrations for kids on the hour, every hour. The 5k and 1-mile fun-run/walk will begin at the FRC track at 9 a.m. The 5k-registration fee is $10; the 1- mile event is free. Forms are available at pdh.org or the registration table on event day at 8 a.m. Children 12 and under may run/walk free of charge with a registered parent or guardian. Prizes will be awarded for first place in the 5k race for males and females in each age group. And they're off! Participants in the 2013 Autumn Fitness Festival 5k set off in the cool fall air. The 2014 event was cancelled due to bad weather. File photo Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin and the Guilty Ones are set to perform at Quincy's Town Hall Theatre Wednesday, Sept. 30. Photo submitted R ots music heroes to perform at Town Hall Ann Powers together;ientitled Common Staff Writer Ground, the Alvins paid apowers@plumasnews.com tribute to one of their shared Music fans looking for a little guilty pleasure this month are in luck - Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin and The Guilty Ones are set to perform at Quincy's Town Hall Theatre, Wednesday, Sept. 30. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music gets underway at 7:30 p,m. "We are always on the lookout for that next great Town Hall Theatre concert," said Plumas Arts Executive Director Roxanne Valladao. "The Alvins bring a first rate band, provide an exciting show and, as brothers, they have a great story." A little history The Alvin brothers were in their 20s when they founded roots-rock band the Blasters in 1979. The group found inter.national fame in the early 1980s and released five studio albums. Rolling Stone exalted their, "bright, raw playing, terrific taste and ... (Phil's) full-bodied vocals." Robert Christgau, of the Village Voice, wrote that Dave was, "a major songwriter, one with John Fogerty's bead on the wound-tight good times of America's tough white underbelly." The Blasters opened for a variety of big-name bands, including Queen, Los Lobos and Dwight Yoakam. Breaking up The brothers split in 1986, when Dave left the band to pursue a solo career. It took a near-death experience to reunite the California siblings. "Phil died and was brought back to life over in Spain," Dave said about his brother's 2012 health scare. "That was a real wake up call to me. We hadn't made afull album together since 1985, but as you get older, you realize you're not immortal and you've only got so much time." Making up For their first record back musical favorites - Arkansas blues-man Big Bill Broonzy. The albumearned critical acclaim from NPR, The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. "Phil's passionate vocals rattled me to the core," said Valladao. "Brother Dave, a musically savvy guitarist and not a bad vocalist either, gives the melodies a unique spark with his fiery leads and switchblade solos. We are very excited to be able to bring this big talent to our little town." 'Lost Time' The Alvins are scheduled to visit Quincy between dates at the Strawberry Music Festival and the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco, while on tour celebrating the release of their latest record, "Lost Time." Covers once again, but rather than focusing on one artist, they pay tribute to several. Dave said he and his brother grew up near Disneyland, but spent their time as teenagers learning from musicians at blues and country venues. "Lost Time" honors their influences, with songs by blues forebears Lead Belly, Oscar Brown Jr., Blind Boy Fuller and Big Joe Turner-- who the Alvins consider a mentor. "He was an early musical hero of ours and remains so now," explained Dave. "When we were young teenagers, Phil and I followed Big Joe around from gig to gig, eventually getting to be lifelong friends with him." Tickets for the Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin and The Guilty Ones performance are currently On sale at the Plumas Arts Gallery and Quincy Natural Foods. They can also be purchased online at plumasarts.org. More information about the band, including some of their videos, can also be found on .the Plumas A~s website, or call 283-3402. & Delicious! 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