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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 13B ARTS and ENTE1KTAINMENT Wild.& scenic .films tO scrggn The Wild & Scenic Film Festival will feature 11 short films on topics as diverse as organic food production, tree planting in Kenya, paper con- sumption in America and protecting watersheds. Photos courtesy of Plumas Arts Films to be screened "Diana Lopez, 2009 Brow- er Youth Award " Diana Lopez, 20, of Texas, created an organic food source for San Antonio, Texas, and works on environmental jus- tice initiatives, from clean energy to military contami- nant clean-ups. UPlanting Hope" The sim- ple act of planting trees by Kenyan Wangari Maathai grew into a nationwide movement to safeguard the environment, protect human rights and defend democra- cy, winning Maathai a Nobel Peace Prize. "Secret Life of Paper" The Secret Life Series is a collec- tion of videos that highlight the environmental impacts of everyday products we all use. "Young Voices On Climate Change" Youth speak direct- ly about their concerns, knowledge and actions to eombat climate change. "Watershed Revolution: What is a Watershed?" The answer is explored through interviews with conce'rned citizens working to protect and preserve the Ventura River watershed. Patagonia's Wild & Scenic Resource Management group Eleven films have been groups also chose to select vi-" tickets are available at last day to purchase advance Film Festival on Tour, the (Plumas Corporation), culled from the three-day fes- gnettes of the people of all Plumas Arts and Millworks sale tickets at the gallery will largest environmental filmPlumas Arts and Trout Un- tival in Nevada City. Theages who are working for the Caf6 in Graeagle and online be Friday, Sept. 24. festival in North America, limited-Feather River Chap- films provide extraordinary health of their local environ- at plumasarts.org. Advance sale discounts comes to the Town Hall The- ter are co-hosting this breath! visions of natufe with special ments. Plumas Arts Gallery Hours will be available and can be atre in Quincy Sept. 28. taking and inspiring collec- and spectacular ecosystems Tickets are $12 at the door, are currently Wednesday - charged to a credit card on- Feather River Coordinated tion of short films, across the globe. Local $10 in advance• Advance sale Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; the line until Sept. 27atSp.m. Har tfe tap Plumas Arts Director Rex- Their performances have Wine fans can enjoy tast- PCS st OH anne Valladaoexpectsthe been made possible withthe mg a great selection offered eighth annual Mountain Har- support of PG&E and funding *by Quincy Natural Foods. vest Festival and Microbrew Admission is $10 general or Tasting to provide some wel- $5 for Plumas Arts members. come relief and entertain- Admission is included with ment for Plumas residents, an advance beer tasting pass: _At the Plumas-Sierra $35 general public or $30 for County Fairgrounds Satur- PlumasArts members. At the day, Oct. 9, participants can gate all passes are $40. hear great music: Afro-sam-" QNF will sell general ad- ba-funk-dance from Samba- anission tickets. Plumas Arts Da, an eight-piece band corn- members may buy discount ptete with Brazilian drums, tickets at Plumas Arts, open as well as the vintage funk Wednesday - Friday 11 a.m. and old-school soul by the to" 5 p.m., or online at DeVilles. plumasarts.org or 283-3402• from the James Irvine Foun- dation and California Arts Council and Department of Justice Music Presenting Grant. There will be fun stuff for kids, craft booths and tasty food -- not to mention the mi- cro-brewed beer from some of the finest breweries in the Western U.S. and beyond. At least 20 breweries will offer selectians of their best for tasting• Toast the day and make some new friends Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Mountain Harvest Festival at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds• Call Plumas Arts at 283-3402 or go online to plumasarts.org for more information• Photo courtesy of Plumas Arts Are you having a ... Halloween Party? Event? ? 12 publication! Publicize your happening on our special HALLOWEEN PAGE with FREE color! Publishes Wed., Oct. 20 & 27 Call your advertising representative today/ • QUINCY 283 -0800 PORTOLA 832-4646 CHESTER/GREENVILLE 258-3115 Westwood • Middle Fork at Graeagle • Wolf Creek at Greenville • Middle Fork at Delleker/Portola Call Please register at: http://www.feather-river.crm.org (530)283-3739 for more information With support from these local sponsors: Feather River Coordinated Resource Management, Sierra Institute, ABWAC, PC&E, Greenville High S Club, Evergreen Market, Nohawk Trading Company, Plumas County Public Works, Pit. Hough & Beckwourth Ranger Distdcts-Plumas National Forest, Feather River Disposal, Intermountain Disposal, Les Schwab in Portola, Subway in Quincy, Feather River Chapter Trout Unlimited, Coyote Bar & Grill, Feather River College, FRC Student Environmental Association, Feather River Resource Conservation District, & Caltrans In coordination w(lh the California Coastal Cleanup Day !i!ii~ i:~i!i