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Utletin. Record, ~'- Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001 13B ~lw~mmw~--- ......................... ,r, ....... ~~7~ L at urban, 1 al , and es as a ~th ioday ghout ters umas- call as I etter in responsi my 4-1 hel ;r 4-H Cll artist Dorothy Mitchell's work will Mace the cover of the Plumas County Arts ssion's 2002 calendar. I am S m The Plumas County Arts vidual, and the extent to work was amazing for its Commission (PCAC) is proud which it is developed depends boldness and temerity, which and pleased to host an artist on the interest and effort of was well executed while reception and awards ceremo- the individual. Guidance and avoiding cuteness. ny for the third annual pro- encouragement along the way Grace Smith, who spends fessional juried art show at doesn't hurt either." her summers in Graeagle and the Plumas County Art Newly designated Plumas lives in San Francisco, was Gallery on Friday, Oct. 5, County Art Gallery managerawarded second place for her from 5-7 p.m. Lori Davis was impressed by watercolor, "Summer Yel- The show was juried by how thorough, thoughtfuland low." McLaughlin commented artist and educator Virginia positive McLaughlin was that the work moved "beyond McLaughlin from Rend, Nev., about the artwork. "She the traditional while staying who tells us she was a Plumas (McLaughlin) had an exten-with tradition, displayed well- County resident some 20 sire knowledge of art tech- executed hard and soft rex- years ago. niques," commented Davis. Lures at the same time, and McLaughlin has judged nu- McLaughlin was very im- was generally a handsome merous art shows in North- pressed at the caliber of work work." ern California and Northern that came out of this small, First place was awarded to Nevada. As an artist, painting rural county. She also loved Quincy photographer has been her primary focus, the gallery. Michael Gunter's color photo- with a preference for water- Honorable mentions were graph titled, "Into the Light." color and fabric dye. Photog- awarded to: Victoria Muir, of The juror was impressed by raphy has also been a lifetime Cromberg, for her colored the incredible in-focus detail, interest, pencil drawing, "The particularly for the size of the Over the years, McLaughlin Promised Pie"; Jeff Hulett, of enlargement. She also felt has taught art at all levels: el- Chester, for his ceramic piece that the photograph's compo- ementary, secondary, college, titled, "Orange Bowl"; Quincy sition was lovely, inviting adult education, in work- artist Greg Kinne for an acid- you to walk into the piece, shops, contract classes, and stained concrete work called and that the work had a gen- school classrooms. In addi- "Dome Herd"; Cromberg erally contemplative feeling. Lion to being a teacher, she artist Hope Smith's oil paint- The professional, juried art has been a free-lance artist, ing "Two Boys"; and, from show will hang at the gallery an art gallery director, and a Portola, Helen MacKinlay'sthrough Oct. 31. The Plumas co-op art gallery untitled mixed media mono-CountyArt Gallery, located at member/owner. She is cur- type print. 372 Main Street in Quincy, is rently employed as a fourth- Third place was awarded toa project of the Plumas Coun- grade teacher at Brown Cromberg artist JanWirtz for ty Arts Commission. Gallery School Elementary in Rend. her mixed media airbrush hours are Tuesday through McLaughlin believes that work "Wanna Grape?" The ju- Saturday between 10 a.m. and "talent exists in every indi- rot felt that the airbrush4 p,m. Plumas County residents The Banana Slug String Band will then appear at and elementary schools will Band's latest rollicking evening/day performances at be enchanted by the Santa recording, "Goin' Wild," was the followinglocations: Feath- Cruz based Banana Slug recently honored with two er Riyer Middle School in String Band. prestigious national awards: Portola at 7 p.m., Thursday, Come journey with the the Association for Indepen- Oct. 11; Chester Elementary band on a unique musical trip dent Music's Indic Award School in Chester at 7 p.m., to discover the wonders of 2CD0 for the best children's al- Friday, Oct. 12; and at the our world. Performances fo- bum of the year, and the Na- Mountain Harvest Festival at cusing on ecological aware- tional Park Service 1999/2000 the county courthouse in for reservations FIwy 36 E., Mill Creek bar & grill Presents Dinner and W'me 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 , food of Piedmonte Italy. Don t miss this special /.,- .......... ,.. , dining experience. // ":- PLUMAS PINES / GOLF RESORT " Call for reservations 836-1111 402 Poplar Valley Rd. Coming Oct. 17 Live 7:30 pm PCAC Presents "'...exquisite guitar style, expressive voice." Ticket information 283-3402 l~l II ! "" ' .,,.oo ........ 7,,, S S udents & ....... Seniors ............ $5.00 A THEATRE email: ththeaV@inmaela.com 283-1140 469 MaJn St.. Quincy, CA A non-profit corporation beinging entertainment to the community. .rren. .............. e m v tes you to celebrate the season with us! the 4-tt~"a-tUrday, October 13th ve indi -! nse of Jt p.m. "til dark mizati ,, nd the WUrst & Beer s M " cot# USlC & Fun nizati#, Call ' role (530) 595-3383 )lved the event, in- tried clotted cream, Yorkshire one of the renownedbred Angie Dalton says that it baskets, featuring is thick, sweet, and really d in in wz :he h at the "ducti{eenvill r Indian Valley Grange Hall callL. bers aree RotarYenterin Club a lining of patterned pink fab- very yummy. Taylorsville and or#_., . g the ric and a 2001 Hope charm. For tickets or more infor- [ Luncheon at Noon ] against breast and The pink candle included in mation, call Orie Cardin at EFor more information call most .Zate cancer with a Pink wer Ue Tea Saturda . the prize features the light 283-6242, Angie Dalton at 284- [ Jane Tromb~ at 284-6257 ] ts .,, . Y. Oct. 6, scent of"Hope's Garden." 1794 or Centella Tucker at 284- tct of l i": P.m. For tea, there will be fresh 6328. nteer and Richard Dalton salmon and cucumber sand- . ant, blfl st.',mg the event at their wiches, egg salad and dill the or -' tvtue bed and breakfast, sandwiches and scones with rkshire House. preserves and clotted cream. n of voll,lf prizes will be given For those who have never st step ihe Plumas County Arts at one of several county loca- Poets published in the cal- ness and positive human in- Audio Interpretive Excellence Quincy at noon, Oct. 13. us biolamission 2002 art calen- tions for Words and Music.endar, the pages on which teractions will be fostered Award. The band has pro- All performances are free to Inn to tt the third annual calen- The calendar is one of thethey are featured, and their through music, theater, pup- duced eight albums and a full- the public, except in Chester ing thesis a collection of works Plu , s County Arts Commis- residence areas are: January, petry and audience participa- length video, and they have where a small donation in about sual and literary artists sion s many celebrations of \ ictoria .xl ir, Cromberg: tion. received numerous awards, support of the local PTA is ~vardtO~ our region. The calen- the multitude of artists who February. Glr~ri~ ~Wyeth, "Ti~e Plumas Cou|]ty Artsincluding the Howard Bell quested. ':, , Commission is pleased to Award for Outstanding Con-The Banana Slug String l.vi becaUlicEVerY illoct.be presented5 at the openingt the creative talents.grace the county with their MeadowQUincy; March,Valley;LynApril,WalterS,W. have the opportunity to bring, tributions in Outdoor Educa- Band performances have been : teachesawards reception for the Visual artists included inMojave, Quincy; May, Sallythe Banana Slug String Band Lion. made possible through fund- Ual Professional juried the calendar, the pages onYost, Taylorsville; June, Bet- to the county," said KathyThe Banana Slug String ing from school PTAs, High hrein, 0 how from 5-7 p.m. at the which they are featured, and ty Bishop, Chester; July, Bib Wickman, Plumas County Band will be performing at as- Country Region, and Supervi- H Club,tans County Arts Gallery, their residence areas are:lie Jean Pratt, Quinc ; Au- Arts Commission's Artist in semblies in Plumas Countyel- sors Bill Dennison, Ken Nel- ; been aMain Street, in Quincy. cover, Dorothy Mitchell, gust, Adele Myers, Meadow the Schools coordinator, ementary schools Oct. 11-12. sonand B.J. Pearson. willaadar artists are all invit- Quincy; January, Victoria Valley; September, Jim Can- For more than 17 years, the The Banana Slug String mea attend for a celebrato-- Muir, Cromberg; February, non, Paxton; October, WillBanana Slugs have enter- im t ke tear dar unveiling and sign- Holly Smith, Quincy; March, Lombardi, Quincy; Novem- tained audiences in a wide va- ility, # William Peters, Quincy; bet, Helen MacKinlay, Porto- riety of venues including the- rougn,,-'-"#eedCalendarby two ofhaSthebeenplumasin" April, Joni Courtois, Quincy; la; and December, John aters, educational concerts, /J ': .... May, Roxanne Valladao, Fugitt, Chester. nature centers, zoos and~~-~,v~ ~~i ~ ~'~ i~~! J r ty Arts Commission's Quincy; June, Kathy Wick- Calendars make an excel- aquariums. AC) ongoing programs: man, Quincy; July, Doug Pre- lent high quality, reasonably t, ial Plumas County Arts ston, Portola; August, Diane priced holiday gift that re- Jlr ry, and Words and Mu- McKeand, Chilcoot; Septem- fleets the unique character of wm the 12-year-old monthly ber, Danny Murray, Quincy; Plumas County. IrAYLORSVIL E $ ' ' J o e orda aco t, Oc,o r. _ ' ser es I alert v,:n Quincy; November, Duskin members of the PCAC and re- "- IF Y visual Works were Art Works, Quincy; Decem- tail for $10. Members may al- 31m ANNUAL I lit oI,i' of the annual Black and ber, Shirley Richardson, so purchase four or more cal- also inC ..: ehibitin in June. Po- FALL FESTIVAL www.r, ,,cemo'.c m I Quincy; and back cover, Rose endars at one time for $5 u ,=,=- ad its , m most cases, read Risinger, Quincy. each. Saturday, October 6 11 Ame in club .. II am to 3 pm