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lOB Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wed, Sep 19 Chester: Caregivers Support Group, sponsored by PASSAGES and Chester Wellness Center, 372 Main St takes place 1 - 2:30 p.m. Free to the public. Get information you need to support loved ones. Learn about planning for the future and places to go for help, Share questions about behaviors or problems you're experiencing. Call 259-4156 to sign up. Quincy: The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Andrew Ohren appear tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Community Book Club, 4 - 5:30 p.m in public meeting room of Quincy Library, 445 Jackson St. The book club will meet monthly on third Wednesday and is open to readers of all interests. For information, call library at 283-6310 or Barn Owl Books at 283-2665. Quincy Community Supper: Fellowship Hall Community United Methodist Church, 282 Jackson St. Doors open 5 p.m. and supper is served at 6 p.m. sharp. Free to public, donations are accepted. Thu, Sep 20 Blairsden: Speakers Bureau: "The Growing Problem of Meth Manufacturing and Distribution in Plumas County." Don Richter will address the escalating problem of meth manufacturing and distribution in Plumas County. Free, though $5+ donation is welcome to help fund MCRC. Supported in part by funding from United Way of Northern California. At MCRC, corner of Hwys. 89 and 70 near Corner Barn, 5:30 p.m. Chester: History Chat Roundtable: Local historian/director of Chester-Almanor Museum Marilyn Quadrio moderates discussion of history of Chester in 1920s and 30s; business and tourism at Chester Library, 210 First Ave 5:30 - 7 p.m. For information, call Quadrio, 596-3011, or Loft Metcalf at Library, 258-2742. Quincy: Plumas County Democratic Central Committee holds its regular business meeting, 6:30 - 8 p.m, at Quincy Library, 445 Jackson St. Michael Jackson will be the guest speaker. Open to public. The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Hank Alrich appear tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Fri - Sat, Sep 21 - 22 Lassen Volcanic National Park: Two-day Nature Photograplly Workshop with Instructor Terry Nathan. For information or to register, call Lassen Association Director Melanie Allen, 595-4464, visit Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center or Loomis Museum bookstores. Fri, Sep 21 Quincy: The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Jeff Kepple, and Natalie and Garrett Hagwood appear tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Sat, Sep 22 Chester: Chester Baptist Church offers a free concert: Covington & Covington, at Chester Baptist Church, 210 Myrtle St. Free BBQ begins 6 p.m. - while supplies last; concert begins 7 p.m. For information, call 258-2394. Greenville: Natural Plant Dye Workshop, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Learn about the history of natural dyes and experiment with sample dyes using locally sourced materials. Each participant will leave with a finished silk scarf and yarn samples. Limit to 8 participants. Contact Eva Gorman, Josefina Fine Knits, 415-497-7514 for information. Quincy: Women of Worship hosts a women's gathering at First Baptist Church, 74 Reese St 10 a.m. - noon. Guest speaker is Eliza Hardee from Springs of Hope. Music and worship provided by June Brooke from Portola Station. For information and to RSVP, call Linda, 283-3989. A Special Night with Abandon Theory, a birthday celebration for Jason Newman, 9 p.m at Main Street Sports Bar & Lounge, 395 Main St. Tue, Sep 25 Chester: The League of Women Voters of Plumas County holds candidate forum on Seneca Hospital District at Chester Memorial Hall, 225 Gay St 7 - 8:30 p.m. Open to public. For information, call 283-0317. Wed, Sep 26 Blairsden: Gumba's Family Pizza, 350 Bonta St hosts fundraiser, 4 - 9 p.m to help in the restoration efforts at White Sulphur Springs Ranch and the public is invited, Gumba's will donate 10 percent of all food purchases to the Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council. For information, visit Chester: Third Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce Town Talks, 5:30 - 7 p.m in the Rainbow Village parking lot next to theGiggling Crow at 131 Main St. Come join the conversation with business and community members and share your ideas while enjoying appetizers from area restaurants, music with Christi Chase and Friends,-and no-host beverages. Public is invited. Quincy: 6th annual Senior Summit, 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m Veterans Memorial Hall, 274 Lawrence St. Over a dozen agencies available to answer questions and provide pertinent information on aging in Plumas County. Reserve free meal or ride by calling 283-0643 by Sept. 21. For information, call Joanne, 283-6407. The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Harpo De Roma appears tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Quincy Community Supper, Fellowship Hall Community United Methodist Church, 282 Jackson St. Doors open 5 p.m. and supper is served at 6 p.m. sharp. Free to public, donations are accepted. Thu, Sep 27 Graeagle: Plumas County Republican Women meet at Cuccia's Restaurant, 5445 Mohawk Highway, with returning guest speaker Susan Tully, National Field Director, Federation for American Immigration Reform. Business meeting begins 11 a.m followed by lunch at noon, with speaker at 12:45 p.m. Reservations $20 and choice of three luncheon menu selections can be made by Monday, Sept. 24, to Wendy Wolff at 775-9265 or Leila Hughes at, Public is welcome to attend Portola: The League of Women Voters of Plumas County holds candidate forum on Portola City Council race at Portola Memorial Hall, 449 W. Sierra St 7 - 8:30 p.m. Open to public. For information, call 283-0317. quincy: The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Hank Alrich appears tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Feather River College leads a Suicide Prevention and Awareness Candlelight Vigil and invites the entire county to participate, 6:30 - 8 p.m in Dame Shirley Plaza. Fri, Sep 28 Chester: Elks Lodge-Lake Almanor hosts Fish Fry, 5:30 Tickets available at door. - 7 p.m 164 Main St. Quincy: The Drunk Brush presents hive music beginning 6 p.m. Tommy Miles appears tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. dramaworks presents Season Opening Gala of "Steel Magnolias." Starting 6 p.m attendees will enjoy appetizers, Quintopia Brewing Co. beer, wine and pre-show entertainment on the patio. At 7:30 p.m the premier performance of "Steel Magnolias." Champagne and dessert will be served after performance while mingling at a meet-and-greet with cast. Advance tickets on sale at Quincy Provisions and Vinton: Sourdough Slim will perform in the barn at The Lost Marbles Ranch in Sierra Valley, 6:30 - 8 p.m as ,a kick-off to the Sierra Valley Art + Ag Trail. Come at 5:30 p:m. to enjo,~/chips and a grilled hamburger or veggie burger prepared by Loyalton High School FFA Club. Purchase tickets in advance online at Brown Paper Tickets. ( The Lost Marbles Ranch is located at 2985 Marble Hot Springs Road, at inte,rsection with County Road A-24 in Sierra Valley. Sat, Sep 29 Greenville: Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum presents history of the Hickerson Family at Greenville Cemetery, 5 p.m. Guests will then proceed to Greenville Masonic Hall, corner of Main & Mill, for a soup cook-off, salad & dessert dinner and silent audion. Applications for soup contest and tickets for fundraiser are available at museum. Museum hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, noon - 4 p.m. For information, call Museum, 284-0927, or Deanna, 258-7751. Portola: 5th annual Hearts Being Healed Women's Conference, New Life Christian Center, 72690 Hwy. 70, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Seven inspired speakers, door prizes, lunch, desserts and drinks provided. All women invited to attend for this non-denominational conference. Register online at, at Krissy's Kloset or call Tiffany, 927-7033. Quincy: Award winning Oregon pianist in concert. John Nilsen plays at Community United Methodist Church, 282 Jackson St 3 p.m. Sierra Valley: Sierra Valley Art + Ag Trail. Art, barns, history, fun. Meet local artists and agricultural producers as you tour bea utiful Sierra Valley visiting market farms, grand old dairy barns and historic schoolhouses. Sites open 10 am. - 4 p.m followed by Cattlemen's/Cattlewomen's dinner at the Grange. Visit for more information. Cattlemen's/Cattlewomen's dinner at the Grange in Vinton, 4 - 6 p.m. Prize drawing and no-host refreshments and dinner. Visit for information. Sat - Sun, Sep 29 -30 Quincy: Dramaworks' West End Theatre presents "Steel Magnolias." Saturday 7 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Advance tickets on sale at Quincy Provisions and Sun, Sep 30 Clio: 14th annual Duffers for Dogs golf tournament fundraiser, Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. Proceeds benefit High Sierra Animal Rescue. For information or to register, call 832-4727. It's easy to include nonprofit, fundraising, educational or charity events in the Plumas County Calendar of Events: th annual film val stirs e Meg Upton together really gave the Staff Writer audience pause. Half way through the Wild and Scenic Film Festival The 11th annual Wild and feels like you're sitting in a Scenic Film Festival brought giant living room with to Plumas County by Plumas friends rather than a movie Arts serves multiple theater, but then again, the purposes for fans every Town Hall Theatre can often September: It brings an have that feel. Emcee Kara awareness of global Rockett-Arsenault and a environmental issues with gaggle of children started the specific stories in specific annual raffle of caps, mugs, places. It also -- in recent canteens and other prizes. It years -- attempts to lightens the mood a bit from demonstrate that the world the films about of environmental discovery environmental devastation; and joy belongs to more than it reminds, too, that we are one demographic, in this together. The festival might sound Of particular interest to like preaching to the choir our own region may have and in a sense it is. "A been both "Forgotten But Not festival by activists, for Gone: The Pacific Fisher" activists" states the festival's directed by Morgan Heim webpage. The Quincy and in particular "Canis version of the festival shows Lupis Colorado" by Eric 10 films -- an abridged Bendick and Thomas version of the three-day Winston. festival that takes place in Both films addressed January of each year in reintroduction of endangered Nevada City. animals. The fisher Can one be inspired and reintroduction is not always depressed at the same time? successful due to illegal Many theatergoers voiced cannabis cultivation in just that at the intermission, federal forests -- and the The festival is a mix of animal, despite its celebration of the human dwindling, numbers is not spirit as it immerses in officially endangered. nature. The film on the grey wolf Speaking to that was the introduction felt familiar film "Where the Wild Things though set in Colorado as Play" directed by Krystle they await reintroduction Wright about women on and its impact On human their bikes doing all sorts of activity. A ranching family tricks in the wild. Or equally was interviewed and the inspiring- "Brothers of echoes of concerns sounded Climbing" directed by Jason familiar to those concerns Zemlicka, Jamie Hubbard facing ranchers in Lassen, and Duncan Sullivan that Sierra and Plumas counties carves space in the typically with the Lassen Pack. The non-diverse world of rock film detailed the predator's climbing for people of color, importance in the ecosystem In that respect, the series with footage of healthy (with seems to be moving away predator) ecosystem from stories of the privileged juxtaposed with an and sponsored in nature unhealthy system without. stories to ones of people This year's local sponsors without as much of the event included Feather opportunity. For many it was River Land Trust, Feather a welcome change. River Outdoors, Friends of Then the festival turns, as Plumas Wilderness, Patti's was the case with the story Thunder Cafe, Plumas "Water Warriors," directed Corporation, Plumas by Michael Premo. 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