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12B Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wed, Oct. 3 Lake Almanor: If you like to play bridge, please come join us. Party Bridge on the Peninsula, Duplicate Bridge in Chester. Varying days and locations. Call Mary Lou Howard at 259-5664. Quincy: 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, Oct 4 Chester: History Chat Roundtable: Local historian/director of Chester-Almanor Museum Marilyn Quadrio moderates discussion of history of Collins Pine Co. in the AImanor Basin at Chester Library, 210 First Ave.: 5:30 - 7 p.m. For information, call Quadrio, 596-3011, or Lori Metcalfat Library, 258-2742. Quincy: The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Hank Alrich appears tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Free Movie Night, Quincy Library, 445 Jackson St. First Thursday of month, 6-8 p.m. Quincy Library meeting room. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by adult. Visit plumaslibrary.org for movie title or call 283-6310. Due to the book sale, the Nov movie night will be Thursday, Nov. 8, instead of Nov. 1. Thu - Sun, Oct 4- 7 Quincy: Dramaworks' West End Theatre presents "Steel Magnolias." Thursday - Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Advance tickets on sale at Quincy Provisions and westendtheatre.us. Fri, Oct 5 Chester: Blue Goose Gallery of Artists, 607 Main St hosts final "First Friday" event of the year, "Climb Every Mountain," 5 - 8 p.m. For information phone 258-2600. Quincy: The Drunk Brush presents live music beginning 6 p.m. Joe Tomasseli & Friends appear tonight, on Grover Alley. For information, call 283-9380. Mountain Valley Parents' Club, Plumas Charter School's parent-teacher o~hos~"l've Had the Time of My Life," an '80s prom-themed fundraiser, in support of the school, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m at the Tulsa Scott building, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Attendance open to anyone 21 and up. Tickets available at Quincy Provisions/Carey Candy Co, and Barn Owl Books. For information, call Maggie Hennessy, 283-3851, ext. 111. Quincy High School Homecoming Parade, downtown Main Street, 1 p.m. Quincy Jr./Sr. High students invite the community to join Quincy High students on Main Street for the annual parade. Main Street Artists Gallery, 436 Main St hosts Artist Opening with Erik Weber and Pat Holland, 5 - 7 p.m. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. Sat, Oct 6 Crescent Mills: Crescent Country Market, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sell your wares: art, produce, treasures. Call Lisa at 284-6076 for information or to reserve a space. Crescent Country also hosts the artist of the month meet & greet with Trisha Aitken and her unique fiber arts designs, 4 - 6 p.m. Last market of the year! Greenville Rotary Club hosts first annual Greenville Rotary Golf Tournament at Mt. Huff Golf Course starting 9 a.m. Event format is 4-person scramble. Space is limited so sign-up early! For more information and entry forms, contact Travis, 284-6473; or Mr. Huff Golf Course, 284-6300. Portola" Community Appreciation Day at Feather River Co-op, 60 N. Pine St noon - 4 p.m. Apple pressing, food samples, drawing prizes, live music, fun! Quincy: Eighth annual Domestic Violence Awareness 5K "COLOR" Run/Walk at Feather River College Equine Facility, beginning 10 a.m. For information contact Angelina at 283-5675 x'832. Quincy Masonic family hosts their bi-monthly pancake breakfast at the Masonic Hall, 70 Harbison St across from the library, starting at 7 a.m. and going till 10 a.m. Pumpkin Patch. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m at Five Foot Farm, located across Highway 70 from Gansner Airfield. Free admission. For information, visit FiveFootFarm.com. Taylorsville: Annual Fall Fest at Taylorsville Historic Hall -- formerly the Grange Hall, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Displays of quilts made by quilters in Indian Valley and booths selling baked goods, canned produce and preserves, various knitted, crocheted and quilted crafts, blankets and kitschy items. This is a fundraiser for Taylorsville Methodist Church. Quilt drawing at 3 p.m. Indian Valley Museum will be open extended hours, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m for the Taylorsville Fall Festival. The museum is located at 4288 Cemetery St. Admission is free. For information, call the museum at 284-1046. Tue, Oct 9 Quincy: The League of Women Voters of Plumas County hold a candidate forum for Feather River College-Trustee Area 4, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 ).m at Plumas County Library located at 445 Jackson St. Susanville: Wounded Eagles Regional Gathering at the Willow Room, ~)iamond Mountain Casino, 900 Skyline Dr 8 a.m. - 4 p.m featuring group of speakers addressing key topics within service areas for the Disabilities Services. Free. There will be written information available to the attendees of services provided to our communities with disabilities. For information, call 472-1058. Wed, Oct 10 Quincy: The Quincy Chamber of Commerce annual luncheon, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m in Mineral Building at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Kevin Trutna, president of FRC, will speak on 50-year relationship between FRC and Quincy. Catering provided by Caron Chance and The Back Door Catering Co. For tickets or information, call 394-0541 or email info@quincychamber.com. Public Forum on Measure B, Plumas County's land use ordinance for commercial cannabis ballot measure, 6 - 7:30 p.m Quincy Library, 445 Jackson St. Attorney and former prosecutor Jeff Cunan will serve as moderator. Format will be similar to League of Women Voter events, where each side gives opening statement and then answers questions submitted by audience members, o 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, Oct 11 Portola: :ree screening of "Generation Zapped," a documentary about the health risks of wireless technology, 6 p.m. at Portola Library, 34 Third Ave followed by discussion/Q&A with Josh Hart, director StopSmartMeters.org based in Eastern Plumas. Visit generationzapped.com for more info about this film. For more information on this topic, visit info@stopsmartrnet ers.org. Quincy: Plumas Fire Safe Council holds monthly meeting at Plumas County Planning & Building Services office, 555 Main St 9 - 11 a.m. For information about the Plumas County Fire Safe Council or the meeting, visit plumasfiresafe.org or contact Hannah at plumasfiresafe@plumascorporation.org. Frio OCt 12 Chester: Lake Almanor Spillway Bridge ribbon cutting ceremony, 10 a.m by north-end of the bridge project on SR 89. Free. People are encouraged by Caltrans to RSVP at D2PIO@dot.ca.gov or by calling 225-3426. Sat, Oct 13 Graeagle: 37th annual Purple Pride Gold Tournament at Plumas Pines Golf Course sponsored by Eastern Plumas Health Care. For information, call Sara Sheridan at ssheridan@pcoe.kl2.ca.us, Liz Maddalena at 775-781-6994 or via email at Tigernationinfo@gmail.com. Quincy: 15th annual Mountain Harvest Beer Festival at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, 1 - 5 p.m presented by Plumas Arts. For information, visit plumasarts.org or call 283-3402. Tue, Oct 16 Quincy: Free screening of "Generation Zapped," A documentary about the health risks of wireless technology, 6 p.m. at Quincy Library, 445 Jackson St followed by discussion/Q&A with Josh Hart, director StopSmartMeters.org based in Eastern Plumas. Visit generationzapped.com for more info about this film. For more information on this topic, visit info@stopsmart meters.org. Wed, Oct 17 Quincy: Quincy Community Supper, Fellowship Hall CommunityUnited 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, Oct 18 Chester: " History Chat Roundtable: Local historian/director of Chester-Almanor Museum Marilyn Quadrio moderates discussion: Chester becomes "Progressive" in the 1940s; and post WWII development at Chester Library, 210 First Ave 5:30 - 7 p.m. For information, call Quadrio, 596-3011, or Lori Metcalf at Library, 258-2742. Last history chat of the year. It's easy to include nonprofit, in the Plumas fundraising, educational or County Calendar of Events: charity events Main Street Artists Gallery in Quincy showcases two artists this month: Erik Weber and Pat Holland. Weber's images of his rural life in Indian Valley are the focus of his current show. aln lery Opening reception Friday October ushers in the Francisco art & music fall season and a new show scene, Erik now, at this at Main Street Artists stage, assumes a move Gallery, 436 Main St in measured, contemplative Quincy, featuring newly attitude - not looking minted artist Pat Holland backward but Finding sharing the main gallery beauty and interest in the with acclaimed current life around him. artist-photographer Erik This show of his recent Weber. work depicts that delicate shift in focus. Erik Weber Erik has been a member Pat Holland of MSA since its inception Pat Holland is the latest in 2009. Pat is a recent addition to the roster of addition to the roster of Main Street Gallery artists talented member artist and her work will debut who live and work in there during the month of Plumas County. October. Erik Weber's vast body Pat's artistic endeavors of work is a chronicle of began in grade school with the San Francisco music encouragement from her scene during the '60s father who whitewashed and'70s when the city was their basement walls to a mecca for the arts. He is give her a space to also known for the experiment with her beautiful pastoral images crayons with complete of his rural life in Indian freedom of expression. Valley, which is also the During this period, Pat focus of the current show. also explored working As Eric describes it, this with wire sculpture, show is "about horses and papier-m&ch~ and later cows," although we all learned calligraphy as well know it will be much more as pen and ink drawing. than that as he Tages'hi~'~ ' She attended Chico State professional eye to hone in University where she on the details of that minored in art education. subject matter. His past After moving to Quincy, images of ranch life have Pat took workshops in art been evocative and in preparation for a career personal, as well as giving in teaching. Here she the viewer a close look at connected with Quincy's rarely seen and often art instructors at Feather surprising detail of that River College, Mary life and always with an Schmidt, Bill Peters and artistic flair. Some of the Diane Lipscomb, who images are shot from the became her mentors and road; none contain inspired her to achieve an humans. 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