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12B Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter New CDFW fishing guide is on the Web The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has launched an improved online fishing guide to help novice and experienced anglers plan successful fishing trips. The new guide is faster and provides detailed information about fish plants and fishing locations. The new version of the guide can be found at wildlffe.ca.gov/Fishing/ Guide. The map-based fishing guide allows users to research information about specific fishing locations by selecting from a drop-down menu, clicking directly on the map or by searching for a specific address, city or ZIP code. Specific information about each location includes a planting schedule, historical fishing information and comments about the terrain, local amenities, fish known to the location and links to lodging, camping and dining options. Other information displayed includes a link to driving directions, locations known to have quagga mussels and links to other pages, including fish planting information, regulations, license sales, boat launch facilities and a "safe to eat" portal. The safe to eat portal displays advisories about known fish contaminants in a specific location. In the coming year, CDFW plans to expand the fishing guide to include direct access to fishing regulations, license sales locations and boating facilities. "We put a lot of effort into creating successful fishing opportunities across the state," said CDFW Fisheries Branch Chief Stafford Lehr. "The new fishing guide will be a major tool that lets us share the useful information we have with the public and to help anglers of the state find new places to enjoy the sport." , round Plumas County Graeagle: Wino Wednesday, Longboards Bar & Grill. Featuring Italian wines. Casual evening with wine flights, small plates. $45 per person; very limited seating. For reservations: 836-1111. Arts Gallery. Featuring new Feather River Sierra Valley: College art instructor Rafael Blanco. For Junior pheasant hunt, Green Gulch Ranch. information: 283-3402. Presented by California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Harrison family. Hunters must be under The Back 40 in concert; doors 6:30 p.m., show 16, have 2014 junior hunting license, be 7:30; West End Theatre. Presented by accompanied by adult hunter. Includes trap dramaworks. Tickets $10, available at Carey shooting, barbecue by Plumas County Fish and Quincy: American Valley Toastmasters Club anniversary celebration, noon - 1 p.m., Plumas Bank Loan Administration Building at 32 Central Ave. Open house, light refreshments, presentation by Katie Bagby. Free, open to public. For information: 283-0317. "The Fatal Fifties Affair." 6 p.m. cocktails, appetizers, entertainment at West End Theatre; 7:30 p.m. dinner and show at Moon's Restaurant. Feather River College Foundation presents murder mystery dinner theatre. Costume prizes. Tickets $40, available at Carey Candy Co., Moon's. For information: 283-9900. Quincy: Mindfulness in Action Workshop, 9 a.m.- noon, large public healtlconference room at 270 County Hospital Road Suite 206 (Courthouse Annex). Free conversational and participatory workshop explores mindfulness therapy in daily life and work. For information: 283-6337. Over-snow vehicle use meeting, 6:30 p.m., Mineral Building at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Plumas National Forest meeting open to everyone. For information: Kathy Mick, 707-562-8859. Quincy: Quincy Friends of the Plumas County Library quarterly used book sale, Plumas County Library at 445 Jackson St, Thu 3 - 7 p.m. members only (memberships available at sale); Fri 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Books cost $1 or less. Proceeds support library. Greenville: Bouncy House Playgroup returns, 4- 6 p.m., Indian Valley Community Center. Volunteer-led playgroup for children runs first Friday of the month. Kids 8 and under may use bouncy house; others also welcome to attend. Free; donation of $1 per child requested. Supported by Mountain Circle Family Services, Plumas Children's Council. For information, to volunteer: Josie, 284-7007. Quincy: Artists' opening reception, 5 -7 p.m., Main Street Artists Gallery. Featuring "Carried Away" by Lucinda Wood, art by Brian and Sylvia Wood in Tiny Room. Complimentary wine, appetizers. Artist's opening reception, 5 - 7 p.m., Plumas Candy Co., Epilog Books, westendtheatre.us. Game Commission. For information: Terri Weist, Lake Almanor to Indian Valley: Third annual Holiday Shopping Tour. Themed "A Celebration of Peace." Featuring businesses in Chester, Lake Almanor, Canyon Dam, Greenville, Taylorsville, Crescent Mills. Free; prizes. For information: mountainaffairs.com. Blairsden: Annual Spaghetti Dinner, seating 5 and 6:30 p.m., Mohawk Community Resource Center at corner of highways 89 and 70. Candlelight dinner comes with salad, garlic bread, dessert, beverage. Vegetarian, gluten-free options available by advance request; take-out available. Tickets $15 adults, $7 children under 10; available at MCRC. Proceeds benefit MCRC. For information: 836-0446. Chester: Holiday Boutique, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Our Savior Lutheran Church at 161 Aspen St. Christmas decor, crafts, bake sale, free hot dogs, "retired treasures," free clothes, more. Proceeds benefit Helping Hands Food Pantry. Second annual Community Tree Lighting, 5:30 p.m., parking lot of Chester library. Booths, drinks, refreshments, celebration of service in armed forces, community. "Dance for Troops," 5 p.m., Chester Memorial Hall. Feather River Blue Star Morns, American Legion Post No. 664 present tri-tip dinner, dancing. Dyer Mt. Band starts 7 p.m. Dance admission free for active military, guard, reserves, retired military, veterans. Tickets $15 presale, $20 at the door. Dance tickets $10 presale, $12 at the door. Nonperishable food items, blankets, coats accepted for Plumas County Vet Program. / Graeagle: Wine pairing dinner,' 6:30 p.m., Longboards Bar & Grill. Featuring Pine Ridge Vineyards wines, five-course meal. $79 per person includes tax and tip. Seating limited. For reservations (required): 836-1111. Quincy: Morning prayer, 7 - 11 a.m., Springs of Hope Church at 59 Bell Lane. Participants pray, fast for nation, Israel and the Middle East, the church, elected leaders, rain, other things. No preaching service. Come for all or part of time. For information: 927-7626. CDFW biologist, 836-0889; dfg.ca.gov/hunting. Taylorsville: BBQ and Bands party, Community Grange. Doors open 5:30 p.m., dinner served 6:15, music starts 7:30. Proceeds support Grange, Taylorsville and Greenville Methodist churches. Adult tickets $20, include one glass of wine; kids' tickets $10. For information: Bonnie Kesloff, 284-6210. Quincy: Masonic ceremony, 6:30 p.m., Quincy Masonic Lodge on Harbison Street. Grand officers from throughout state designate lodge as state's first historic lodge. Public invited. Portola: Honor guard ceremony, 11 a.m., Shady Grove Cemetery. Veterans of Foreign Wars High Sierras Post 3758 offers prayer, 21-gun salute, taps to honor all veterans. Flag retirement ceremony follows 1 p.m. at park adjacent to Veterans Memorial Hall (weather dependent). Quincy: Free screening of "The Book Thief," 7 p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Special film appreciation class session presented as Book in Common event; open to all. Graeagle: Wino Wednesday, Longboards Bar & Grill. Featuring chardonnay, pinot noir. Casual evening with wine flights, small plates. $45 per person; very limited seating. For reservations: 836-1111. Greenville: Holiday Tasting, 5 - 8 p.m., Evergreen Market. Samples, holiday ideas, live music by Jo e Tomaselli and Last Man Standing, special wine tasting to benefit Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce. Open to everyone. Quincy: Public trails meeting, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., Plumas County Library at 445 Jackson St. Public input sought on proposed Bucks Lake Trail System. Review document online at http://bit, ly/1ASUb8M. All-you-can-eat biscuits and gravy breakfast, 8 - 11 a.m., Feather River Grange Hall. United Bikers of Northern California presents fundraiser for local veterans, other local charities every second Saturday November - April. $6. For information: Dave or Helen Reynolds, 283-4950. Holiday open houses. Businesses collect nonperishable food items for food bank. Forest Stationers open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.;' Quincy Hot Spot, Epilog Books open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Hilda Machado, left, and Mellouise Curry from the Nifty Thrifty thrift store in Portola take a closer look with Plumas County Museum director Scott Lawson at the Maidu basket they donated to the museum Oct. 30. Photos by James Wilson b Thrift store donates Maidu basket to Plumas County Museum James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plumasnews.com The volunteers at Nifty Thrifty, the Eastern Plumas District Hospital Auxiliary thrift store in Portola, were in for a surprise earlier last month. When sorting through the donations, one item stood out -- a Maidu basket estimated to have been woven close to 150 years ago. After approval from the auxiliary board, volunteers Mellouise Curry and Hilda Machado donated the basket to the Plumas County Museum last Thursday. Machado was volunteering at the thrift store and noticed the basket, thinking it could be authentic. She wanted to learn more about it andfind out if it really was what she thought it was, so she brought it to Scott Lawson, director of the Plumas County Museum. Once Lawson saw the basket, he immediately recognized it as.Maidu. The tightly woven basket is adorned with quaff plume designs and other tribal motifs. "The unique aspect is the multiple designs," said Lawson. It's just full with designs." Lawson said the basket was probably used for mixing, and at one time 'may have been waterproof. Maidu basket weavers used to use a coil design to make their baskets waterproof. Rather than sell the basket to raise money for Eastern Plumas Health Care, the auxiliary board decided it would be put to better use on display to the public. "The board of directors thought it would be best to donate it for research and education," said Curry. "We thought we should repatriate it closer to the tribe, rather than sell it to a private owner." Nifty Thrifty has donated items to the museum on multiple occasions, starting back in 1981. Money raised by the thrift store is used to buy patient equipment. To learn more about the recently donated basket and other Maidu baskets, go to the Plumas County Museum at 500 Jackson St. in Quincy. Thanks to the keen eyes of the store's volunteers, who recognized its historical value, this Maidu basket is now on display at the Plumas County Museum. rll 11 BIB m m m m m m m m m i 11 | SENIOR. Wednesday, Nov. 12 Chicken pot pie, salad, | lf] 1%]-I juice, fruit. I I Monday, Nov. 10 Thursday, Nov. 13 | Ethnic: *Bean and cheese Steak teriyaki, baked acorn | tostada, tomatoes and squash, pineapple and lettuce, mexican succotash, green pepper, brown rice, | mandarin oranges. | Friday, Nov. 14 ***Ham sandwich, split pea | soup, coleslaw, breads, juice, | sliced apples. | sliced cantaloupe. Tuesday, Nov. 11 | Sites closed. | Veteran's Day Holiday. | :Vegetarian Meal; **Healthy Heart Meal " | II **This item's menu may contain over 1,000 mg of Sodium II Nutrition sites: Chester, 394-7636; quincy, 283-0643; C-reenviUe, | 284-6608 (day before for reservation); Portola, 832-4173; Blairsden| open Wed. only, call 832-4173 Tuesday for reservations. Sugge,.__ | donation $2.50 for 60 yrs & older. One guest may accompany each| senior, $6 mandatory charge. Menus may change. Noon at all sites. ill m m m m m m m I11 m m m m I i , !