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Repoqer Wednesday, Sept 26, 2001 13B dorsville sewing and coffee group ladles will be giving this Celtic sampler quilt away during Fall Festival at the Indian Valley Grange Hail in Taylorsville Saturday, Oct. 6 Photo by Alicia Higbee the 43rd annu- I Taylorsville sewing and coffee of family, faith and community Valley Grange Hall, on Main Street, at ladies will be giving away their, washed over it. 11 a.m. sampler quilt during the 43rd When not quilting together, several A luncheon will be served beginning Fall Festival in Taylorsville of the women spend their free time at at noon, and there will be a variety of Oct. 6. home creating gift and decorative homemade pies, cakes and other The quilt features patchwork anditems to sell at the festival, sweets for sale. uGs in shades of rose, blue, Holiday decorations, baked goods Proceeds from the festival are used and gold on a white background, and fancywork for the home are just for the upkeep and maintenance of the Each year, the ladies design a quilt, some of the attractions, historic Taylorsville Church, where then they meet each week to workEverything from decorated dishtow-the ladies meet each Tuesday and Fri- it. els to embroidered pillowcases will be day morning. Stretched out among a tableful of available. the quilt took shape while talk The festival begins in the Indian l I I Plumas County Arts .Copies, class work produced (PCAC) has is- with the assistance of an in- a call for entries for its structor, commercial kits or annual Professional Ju-patterns are not acceptable. Art Show at the Plumas .Entries must be framed to Art professional standards during October. Works must be strung with are encouraged to wire across the back by the Gallery at 372 .Hanging devices must be suit- Street in Quincy to pick able to carry the weight of the entry form. Those inter- work may also contact PCAC ,Work will be rejected if not (530) 283-3402, or e- appropriately or safely framed 1, to an entry form. Deadlines information about Entries must be delivered to follows: the Plumas County Art dbition dates are Friday, Gallery between 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 5 through Saturday, Oct. from Wednesday, Sept. 26, to Friday, Sept. 28. ards for ribbons and cash are for first place, $100; Selection ,rid place, $75; and third Works will be accepted for $50. Up to four honor- this exhibit based on the qual- ! mentions at $25 each will ity of work and availability of b be awarded, space. Artists will be notified iblemediainclude: of any unselected works. two- or three-dimension- Prizes are awarded at the dis- art media: paintings, cretion of the juror. prints (not repro- This year's juror is Virginia photographs or McLaughlin, who holds a bachelor's from UCLA. guidelines are: McLaughlin has judged art to all artists living full shows in Northern California inPlumas County and Northern Nevada. Paint- work must be original ing has been her primary fo- produced by the artist cus, as she prefers to work in the last two years watercolor and fabric dye. Reception A reception for the artists is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 5, from 5-7 p.m. Return of work Entries must be picked up from the gallery between ll a.m. and 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. l, or 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31. The Plumas County Art Gallery, 372 Main Street in Quincy, is open Tuesday through Saturday between 10: a.m - 4 p.m. For more information, con- tact our office at (530) 283-3402. e_/Md 9teGo invites you to celebrate the season with us! Saturday, October 13th I p.m. "til dark "Wurst" & Beer Music & Fun Call (530) 595-3383 for reservations Hwy 36 E., Mill Creek Room. Great Rate. Monday Night - Special Menu - $1.50 draft beers .The Quincy Sport Shootingprints, sculpture, jewelry, Association will be hosting cutlery and others. The din- its second annual Quincy net ticket stubs willbe drawn Friends of NRA fund-raising for door prizes throughout dinner on Saturday, Sept. 29. the evening. It will be held in the Tulsa For tickets, contact Larry Scott Pavilion at the Plumas- Lawson at 283-1772 or John Sierra County Fairgrounds,Pullan at 283-3883. starting at 6 p.m. Also pre-event contest tick- Three hundred tickets willets are available now for a be sold for the event at a cost Ruger Red Label 12 ga. shot- of $30 each. gun for $10 each, with only An auction will be held for 400 tickets to be sold. Les numerous items, including Schwab tires, of Quincy, do- firearms, framed wildlife nated this shotgun. Indian Valley Fire Depart-niors, and $4 for children un- ment volunteers are hosting der 12. a spaghetti feed Saturday,Tickets are available from Sept. 29, to benefit rescue volunteer firefighters, and workers involved in the re- from several Indian Valley cent national tragedy, businesses. Volunteers will be servingIn Greenville, some of the dinner from 5:30- 8:30 p.m., in businesses that have tickets the Greenville Town Hall, are Evergreen Market, Mo- which is located behind the hawk Trading Co., and fire statioh, off Highway 89. Hunter Ace Hardware. Donation levels for dinnerIn Taylorsville, tickets are are $7 for adults, $6 for se- available at Young's Market. bar & grill Presents Dinner and Wine Every Friday Night in October 7:00 pm Starting October 5th - Featuring - Boeger winery and wine maker Carl Keinert Chef Sean Conry will prepare your meal with the tbod of Piedmonte Italy. Don't miss this special dining occasion. Call for reservations 836-1111 / "GET READY TO LAUGHI I$ A SPLENDIDLY. THAT WILL GOOFY GRIN llt lli~im@ all IV / liiitilll : Don t miss out! Time to start planning for the Town Hail Theatre Rocldn' Halloween Fund-raiser Oct. 31 2001 i It I ............. ,.oo I 1 I Children ............ S4.OO'l .(;,2& II 1T01UH Istude"ts & I ', II Seniors $5 ~ Ill ltl]LL 1 TIIi:IITilI: all: ththeaV@' 1 ---.. im. 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community.