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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 11B ARTS ENTERTAINMENT The Town Hail Theatre, managed by Plumas Arts, features a range of movies and events in the coming weeks. For the latest updates, visit quincytownhall.com or call 283-1140. Plumas Arts can be reached at 283-3402 or via plumasarts.org. The Wild & Scenie Environmental Film Festival appears tonight only, Wednesday, Sept. 17. Doors at 6 p.m. Movies play from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The largest environmental film festival in North America returns to the Town Hall Theatre. Plumas Arts is.proud to host the seventh annual South Yuba River Citizens League Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Quincy. This is a one-evening showing of 10 fill s from the three-day Wild & Scenic Dusty explores the world of wildland firefighting in "Planes: Fire and Re~cue." Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City. Plumas Arts Website: teenage convergence of inspired Rooker, Karen Gillan, Djimon invites everyone for films, mutantninjaturtlesmovie nuttiness." Hounsou, John C. Reilly, Sierra Nevada beer and a prize .com An action-packed, epic spaceGlenn Close and Benicio del drawing. Admission is $12 at The Plumas National Forest adventure, Marvel's Toro. the door, or $10 in advance at presents the Wilderness 50th "Guardians of the Galaxy" This 121-minute science Quincy Natural Foods, Plumas Anniversary Film ~estival expands the Marvel cinematicfiction action adventure is Arts Gallery and online at on Wednesday, Sept. 24. Doorsuniverse into the cosmos, rated PG-13 for intense plumasarts.org, open at 6 p.m.; admission is where brash adventurer Petersequences of sci-fi violence and "Teenage Mutant Ninja free. Quill finds himself the object action, and for some language. Turtles" plays four days: The U.S. Forest Service of an unrelenting bounty hunt Website: Friday - Monday, Sept. 19 - 22. continues its celebration of the after stealing a mysterious orb marvel.com/guardians From their home in the 50th anniversary of the coveted by Ronan, a powerful"Planes: Fire and Rescue" storm Sewers of Manhattan, Wilderness Act with the villain with ambitions that plays four days: Friday - four ninjitsu-trained turtles, screening of four films: threaten the entire universe. Monday, Oct. 3 - 6. Leonardo, Raphael, "American Values: American To evade the ever-persistent"Planes: Fire and Rescue" is Michelangelo and Donatello, Wilderness," "Forever Wild: Ronan, Quill is forced into an a comedy adventureabout and their sensei, Master Celebrating America's uneasy truce with a quartet of second chances, featuring a Splinter, battle evil. The movie Wilderness," "The Meaning of disparate misfits -- Rocket, a dynamic crew of elite is based on the comic book Wild" "Untrammeled." gun-toting raccoon, Groot, afirefighting aircraft devoted to series created by Peter A. Contact Leslie Edlund at the tree-like humanoid, the deadly protecting historic Piston Peak Laird and Kevin B. Eastman Mt. Hough Ranger District at and enigmatic Gamora and theNational Park from raging and originally published by ledlund@fs.fed.us or 283-7650revenge-driven Drax the wildfire. Mirage Studios in May 1984. for more information. Destroyer. When world-famous air The cast includes Jeremy "Guardians of the Galaxy" But when Quill discovers theracer Dusty (voice of Dane Howard, Noel Fisher, Alan plays four days: Friday - true power of the orb and Cook) learns that his engine is Ritchson, Pete Ploszek, Monday, Sept. 26 - 29. menace it poses to the cosmos, damaged and he may never Whoopi Goldberg, William From Marvel, the studio that he must do his best to rally his race again, he must shift gears Fichtner, Megan Fox, Will delivered the global ragtag rivals for a last, and is launched into the world Arnett, Danny Woodburn, blockbuster franchises of Iron desperate stand-- with the of aerial firefighting. Dusty Philip Odango and Abby Man, Thor, Captain America galaxy's fate in the balance, joins forces with veteran fire Elliott. and The Avengers, comes this ~ The all-star cast includes Chris and rescue helicopter Blade Thi~,lOl-min~z~cti~n !: ~. ..... ~., 4op-grossing fdm of the year, , Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Daw ...... :~ Ranger,and his courageous : comedyis rated PG-13 for sci-fi which has been reviewed as "a Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley team, including spirited super action violence, goofy, dazzling, often hilarious Cooper, Lee Pace, Michael scooper Dipper (voice of Julie augural Downtown Farms in Greenville will host its inaugural Pumpkin Jamboree on Sunday, Sept. 21 (the fall equinox), from 4 to 9 p.m. Featured musicians will be local favorites the Jeff Pershing Band. Music will begin at 4 p.m., followed by a fuU picnic potluck at 5 p.m. After, the potluck, music and dancing on the new wood dance floor will continue to sunset and beyond. Additional music will be provided by local Celtic harpist Michael Braley. ' The Pumpkin Jamboree will be a celebration of harvest time nJ and the change of the seasons. There is a large pumpkin patch growing at Downtown Farms, which is behind the sheriffs substation, for l~ids to play in. Several pumpkin activities are being plhnned, including carving and decorating pumpkins. Nonalcoholic beverages will be available for free or by a small donation. Everyone is encouraged to bring a dish to share at the potluck. Dishes made with local garden produce are especially encouraged, as organizers want to celebrate the bounty of local harvests. Annual ' Celtic cuisine and music, and some fun silent auction items await those who attend the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce Celtic Festival this Saturday, Sept. 20, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Corner Barn in Blairsden. . The event is offered in partnership with Plumas Pines Golf Resort, River Pines Resort and the Plumas Arts Commission. Lynn Hagen, of Mountain Cuisine, will cater the meal, and James Shipp will serve as ~naster of ceremonies. ' The evening's entertainment will feature Men of Worth, professional bagpiper Sean Cummings, the Gnarly Pints and Cameron Scully. Silent auction items include a San Jose Sharks package: four tickets to a game to be determined; $100 dinner gift certificate; mystery bag of merchandise and autographed items and lodging for four at the Fairmont Hotel. Protek Patrol donated a rare orange sapphire lady's ring valued at $400 to $500. The Beckwourth Ranger District donated a "room with a view" -- two nights at the historic Black Mountain Lookout. Managed care forums planned Included in the 2014 governor's budget there is a mandate to enroll into managed care plans seniors and people with disabilities who currently have full Medi-Cal benefits and do not have Medicare. This transition j~ scheduled to occur Dec. 1 in 1~ counties, including Butte, ~lenn, Colusa, Plumas and Tehama. There will be various notices ~ent to these individuals prior t..o Dec. 1 informing them of the r~anaged care options. , To assist impacted seniors and people with disabilities understand how this change will impact them, various forums have been scheduled to educate them on the process. Events will be held 1 - 3 p.m. at the following locations: Oroville:Thursday, Sept. 18, Southside Community Center, 2959 Lower Wyandott.e Road. Quincy: Wednesday, Oct. 8, Mineral Building at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Registration is encouraged to ensure sufficient handouts; call Forest Harlan at 893-8527. These forums are hosted by the Diversability Advocacy Network, funded by a grant from the SCAN Foundation. The beginning of fall also heralds the start of the Halloween season, and costumes are encouraged but not required. The Pumpkin Jamboree will be everyone's first opportunity to wear his or her new (or old) Halloween costume for 2014. Anyone who needs help creating a costume is encouraged to contact Kathleen at 518-5661. She will organize classes for those seeking to make or embellish a costume. Admission is open to everyone, and is based on a sliding scale donation of $5 - $10. All admission donations benefit Indian Valley Fire and Rescue. " The Gift of Music is a not-for-profit community service program administered by Mountain Circle Family Services to bring music and music education to families in the Greenville area. Volunteers are always needed and appreciated for Gift of Music Activities. Anyone who can volunteer to help with preparations, running the event or cleaning up is encouraged to contact Ken Donnell at his MusicLand business, 284-1689. Proceeds will benefit the chamber and tourism center in Eastern Plumas. Tickets are $25 per adult and $12 for children 12 and under. Family tickets are also available (two adults and two children) for $68. Tickets may be purchased at easternplumaschamber.com or by visiting the chamber office at the corner of highways 70 and 89 in Blairsden. For more information, visit the chamber website or call 836-6811. 4th Annual Rib Cookoff Pork & Beef Categories 2004 E. Main Street Quincy, Ca 95971 Created in 1984, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles come to the. big screen in their eponymous movie. "Inspired nuttiness" abounds in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy." Bowen), heavy-lift helicopterPG for action and some peril. Windlifter, ex-military Website: transport Cabbie and a lively movies.disney.com/planes:fire bunch of brave all-terrain -and-rescue vehicteS known as The The Plumas National Forest Smokejumpers. and Quincy Volunteer Fire Together, the fearless team Department will present battles a massive wildfire, and Smokey Bear and his Dusty learns what it takes to firefighting friends on the become a true courthouse lawn at 3:15 p.m. hero. prior to a special 4 p.m. This 84-minute animated matinee screening of"Planes: family-friendly film is rated Fire & Rescue" on Oct. 4. COMING SOON TO YOUR TOWN HALL THEATRE 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, http://www.plumasarts.org/events/wild scenic.html Admission is $12 at the door, $10 in advance at Quincy Natural Foods, Plumas Arts Gallery and online at plumasarts.org. TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Fri., Sept. 19 - Mon., Sept. 22 7pm Show 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated PG-13 101 min. Action/Comedy From their home in the storm sewers of Manhattan, four Ninjitsu-trained turtles, Leonardo, RapMel. Michelangelo and Donatello and their sensei, Master Splinter, battle evil. Based on the comic book series 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' created by Peter A. Laird and Kevin B. Eastm~in and originally published by Mirage Studios in May 1984. PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST WILDERNESS 50TH ANNIVERSARY FILM FESTIVAL Wed., Sept. 24 6pm FREE ADMISSION TAdults; ................... $8 ii [ I Students/Seniors ..... 2 .... =7 1[ TOIUH U'lChi'dren .................. ,8II Hfltt .... THEI:iTRE 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com l , t