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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 15 I1 ART and E NTERTAINI00IIENT Plumas Arts to throw a thank-you party Plumas Arts is throwing a thank-you picnic party Sept. 13 at Dame Shirley Park in Quincy. Plumas Arts members and donors to the Save Our Theatre campaign are welcomed for free. Those who are not members or donors yet may join or donate before the 13th or make a $10 per person donation at the event. Guests are welcome starting at 3 p.m. A Save Our Theatre fundraising campaign update will be presented at 3:30 with music following shortly thereafter. A barbecue pork rib or chicken plate will be available for $10 each and there will be a no-host bar. Music will be played by Martha and the Man Fellas, a band of musicians with local ties whose day jobs are in the healing arts at Truckee Forest Hospital. The Fellas put their personal twist on old-school tunes from New Orleans blues to soul, old pop and crowd-pleasing favorites. RSVPs are requested to so organizers can plan accordingly. "As our amazingly successful funding campaign has been progressing we have been told by many of our educator friends that their next check was coming after Sept. 1," said Plumas Arts Director Roxanne Valladao. In response, the Feather River College Foundation las made a $5,000 match challenge for every donation made to the Save Our Theatre The Save Our Theatre campaign gets its, start in June when community members assemble at the Town Hall Theatre to shoot Diego Lozano's "Save Our Theatre" video, which later went viral on YouTube. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts campaign during the month of September. An anonymous donor is also willing to match donations for another $1,000 challenge. Donations to match that challenge can be mailed to Plumas Arts, P.O. Box 600, Quincy, CA 95971; made online via; or delivered in person at the picnic. Theatre benefit to fe 00ture fire performance James Wilson Sports Editor' Quincy's nightlife is about to heat up. Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge, along with event planner Lindsay Davis, will light up the night with a fire-themed party in downtown Quincy on Saturday night. Fire on the Mountain is the latest in a series to raise funds for the purchase of a new digital projector system at the Town Hall Theatre. Fire dancers and hoopers, street drummers, belly dancers and a firefighter auction will be some of the featured fun for the evening. Most of the entertainment is open for all ages. "The art of fire performance is something that's caught my interest for years now," said Davis. "I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to showcase some local talent and bring attention to the theatre's cause." The party will start at 6:30 p,m. at Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge. A $5 donation to the theatre includes entry into the sports bar, while a donation of $10 or more includes access to the upstairs lounge for a free drink and complimentary appetizers. Members of the Quincy Volunteer Fire Department will be auctioned off, but not for dates. Bid winners will get the chance to put their prize to work clearing out hazardous brush or raking and burning leaves at the end of the season. The party will move outdoors at 8 p.m. for a fire and dance performance on Railway Avenue. Adults are encouraged to bring their children for the fire spectacle. Local street drummers and belly-dancers will open the show, followed by local and traveling fire performers. A man who goes by the name of Burning Ninja will close the performance out, Burning Ninja, a popular performer from Reno, puts on a show that mixes acrobatics with flaming nunchuks. After the fire show, the party will move back into the bar. DJs Carrol Clark and Ben Kinne will keep the time alive with their funky The fire performer known as Burning Ninja shows off his flaming nunchuks. Burning Ninja will be the featured performer at the Fire on the Mountain party at Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge this Saturday night. All ages are welcome for the fire performance portion of the party. Photo submitted jams. Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge will offer drink specials, and donate part of its sales to the Save Our Theatre fund. Donations in the form of volunteers, performers and appetizers are still welcomed. To learn more, contact Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge at 283-9788 or Davis at 775-224-6674. We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QU[NCY, CA 95971 LIc. #453927 Quincy Elks 4th Annual Rib Cookoff Pork & Beef Categories 2004 E. Main Street Quincy, Ca 95971 WHEN YOU HAVE SPENT When you have spent so much of what's in you And have no feelings left to burst in tears, A therapeutic thing that you can do Is run with hopes suppression disappears. There is no goal nor any place to hide So take whatever road that comes your way And use a pace your heart can well abide Until exhaustion gives your tears their sway. And then unleash the gush of pent-up pain Without attempts to stop or stem its flow Until the well has no more drops to drain Where then you'll better face your mental woe. There is a purpose for the gift of cleansing tears For shedding them becalms and reason reappears. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano August 14, 2014 COMING SOON TO YOUR TOWN HALL THEATRE LUCY Fri., Sept. 12 -Mon., Sept. 15 7pm Show 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated R 89 min. Action/Sci-Fifrhriller From La Femme Nikita and The Professional to The Fifth Element, writer/director Luc Besson has created some of the toughest, most memorable female action heroes in cinematic history. Now, Besson directs Scarlett Johansson in Lucy, an action-thriller set in Taiwan that tracks a woman accidentally caught in a dark deal who turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic. The film also stars Morgan Freeman PLUMAS ARTS MEMBER & DONOR PICNIC Sat., Sept. 13 3:30pm Dame Shirley Park, Quincy Join us for a celebration of community & an update on our "Go Digital" campaign. Bring a potluck dessert to share! No Host Beer, Wine, Non-Alcohol Beverages BBQ Pork Ribs, Chicken, or Sausage Plates w/Salad & Beans $10 Music by Martha & the Man FeUas FREE FOR PLUMAS ARTS MEMBERS & SAVE OUR THEATRE DONORS WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL Wed., Sept. 17 Doors open at 6pm Movies from 6:30-9:30pm The largest environmental film festival in North America returns to our theatre. Plumas Arts is proud to host the Seventh Annual SYRCL's Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Quincy. This is a one-evening showing of ten films from the three-day Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City, CA. Through the big Screen, discover Patagonia through the eyes of a third generation gaucho, experience the coast of Northern Norway during winter with two Norwegians and their surfboards, and see how climate change has affected the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda. Other films will explore rivers in Southern Appalachia and Colorado. Learn about composting and dive into the mind of a skier as he attempts the ultimate mountain. Join us for films, Sierra Nevada beer, and a fantastic prize drawing, scenic.html Admission is $12 at the door, $10 in advance at Quincy Natural Foods, Plumas Arts Gallery and online at (I Adults .................... S8 [I Students/Seniors , ......... $7 TOiUX U Children .................. '6 HALL THEllTRE 283-1140"469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at