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168 Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Festivalgoers meander around the sunny fairgrounds in Quincy last Saturday, tasting beers and grooving out to music at the annual Mountain Harvest Festival. The annual event, put on by Plumas Arts, draws breweries from all over California and Nevada to offer their latest creations to the tasting public. Photo by Kevin Mallory Mountain Harvest Fesri al (1?'aws i festivity and , ort  supp :..': Z ' ,? October, 23, 24 gad 25 9.m-6pm i Alaskan i S0w i coa crab Fillets C|usters i s5:00: s500: i Jmbo i Lre8oz, i EZ Peel i Lobster Peeled ! Red   BBQ Osters Prawns  Snpper  (83 each) i S599 i S99r6z. ... 114,C S00s00nville S00perm.rket LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Scratch Baked Goods , US Postage Fine Wines & Spirits We, All Lottery Games & WIC 50 GRAND AVE., CA 96130 257-5136 , t Quincy's Kelly Mosinski pours a brew to start the festwt.es Supporters of Plumas Arts mingled throughout the festival, tasting over 100 beers. Photo by James Wilson Brad Bodenham, Nick Polzak and Elizabeth Hauner show off, their festive attire at the annual festival. It has become tradition  for some to dress up for the occasion Photo by James Wilson  i Don't dump used oil down storm drains, which commonly lead to streams, bays, rivers and oceans. Used oil is the largest source of oil pollution in our nation's waterways. Addi-dmj lunded by a Brant flrom Cal Recycle Managed by Plomas County DolA. of Public Works