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Record, t~n' Progressk;e, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001 15B t child, ,rsonal L . .... n ana around Oct 10, Call ailst~, ,. . - ed homela is celebrating the arts ., 36v " a variety of events as di- rs-ina e as is this extraordinary ize of mt in tl .mas County joins in the out a ration with a series of |ts that begins with For five fds & Music" on Wednes- ur com Oct. 3, at the Crescent [bulan l and on Oct. 11, at Morn- three .hunder, as well as an lirectorfl ng reception for the an- ]y to tr/professional juried art at the Plumas County our allery on Oct. 5. uld pde celebration continues stabiliz e lawn of the county ntly puFhouse with the Moun- ther ant Iarvest Festival featur- L. It wil rts and crafts, music, uipme activities for children s, mee$ Performance by the Ba- rn in saJ Slug Band at 1 p.m. and adte COnclude our October crease pration on Oct. 17 at the ng-ter Hall Theatre with Scot- land's premier musical emis- Day is now nore important sary Dougie MacLean," said thanever. Roxanne Valladao, PCAC de- "We need to begin to again rector. "Hope to see you at champion creativity over de- some or all of these great local struction, and to try to take arts celebrations." humanity towards the path Barry Hessenius, director where it values building of the California Arts Coun- things up, not tearing things cil, calls us together with the down," he said. following message: "Like a California is the most de- bridge over troubled water.., verse place on this planet. If A week ago a senseless and cultural diversity can flower horrific event changed all of here, it will be a beacon for ourlives forever. Our hearts the world. The arts have a ache, and our prayers and role to play in that process-- thoughts go out to all of those of uniting all peoples in mutu- families devastated by this al respect, commented Val- tragedy," he said. ladao. "Tuesday, Sept. 11, was "'From California, to the about destruction, about the New York island...' we all gulf between cultures, about know that the arts have pew- hatred--the antithesis of ers of healing. During this what the arts are about. The past week, Americans have arts are about creation, about turned to storytelling and bridges, about working to- song as a catharsis, as a way gether. While we are numb, to express their grief and and shocked, and dazed, Arts their unity," Hessenius said. During World War II, "What do you think we're remember what life might be. British leaders wanted to fighting for? .... I hope we celebrate Oct. 10 save money by closing the "As we embark on the un- with gusto and thereby send theaters in London. Prime certain future, and the coun- the message to ourselves, and Minister Winston Churchilltry moves towards a response the world, that civilization refused to allow the closures, to those who would destroywhat we are fighting for, and Whenpressed by his aides as our way of life, small events that we will not abandon th, to why, his response was: like Arts Day can help us to dream the arts promise." The Plumas Audubon Soci- insect life, and food storage ety opens their 2001/2002 pro- iforsmall mammals and gram series with the presen- birds. taton, "Autumn: A Season of After listening to Dr. Change." It will be held at the Paruk, you will gain a greater Quincy Library meeting understanding and apprecia- room on Wednesday, Oct. 3, teen for the seemingly puz- at 7 p.m. zling behaviors plants and Dr. Jim Paruk, a biology in- animals use to prepare for the structor at Feather River Col- cold, snowy winter months lege, will discuss the changes ahead. plants and animals undergo The public is also invited to as they prepare for winter, attend a social hour with His topics will include: leaf potluck finger foods starting coloration, black bear and at 6 p.m. in the meeting room. ~rnMl mnmrnM hihornntinn U INDIAN VALLEY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT Indian Valley's Only 24 Hour Health Care Provider "A public entity reflecting community pride," Carma~ 184 Hot Springs Road Greenville, CA 95947 284-7191 our ke to !~I~I~R S~L~ RadioShack. has AUTO& TRUCKPARTS 283-1362 of the ( "Service is our business" 85 W. 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