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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2001 13B &E I ,a/ boys and girls have been added to this decorating contest, sponsored by County Museum and Lloyd Woods, of Quin- handy form to create the characters in any to include a bole at the top so the charac- ng for display. Matcalf resident Lloyd the Plumas Coun- are featuring a , to brighten the hol- annual ginger- its fourth year of the event has on dwellings County. are featured this gingerbread also been added to of possibilities. creator of fanci- houses, was contest. :ike baking--that lir g,,, Woods ex- his fondness "I just what the county And using gingerbread isn't a requirement. Woods requests that those who enter gingerbread people include a hole at the top for hanging. Judging is set for Friday, Dec. 14, at 11 a.m. Prizes will be awarded that evening at the Wassail Bowl, also held at the Plumas Coun- ty Museum in Quincy. For more information, con- tact the Plumas County Muse- um at 283-6320. Prof. Probst I On Dec. 2 at 4 p.m., John Probst, Feather River College participants humanities professor, will rustic log-style give a holiday piano recital at added the St. John Parish meeting to illuminate hall. and presented or-The program will include the following selections: also been ginger-"Clair de Lune," by Debussy; with reli- "Prelude in E Minor", by mangers com- Chopin; "Ritual of the Fire all the characters, Dance," by De Falla; the Others, Woods re-theme from the movie, "Cine- ma Paradiso," by E. Merri- entrants have cano; "Second Prelude for Pi- foods to create auG," by George Gershwin; cubes "Warsaw Concerto, "by R. s. Addinsell; "Maple Leaf Rag," there is no size by Joplin; and "The Piano to meet. The en- Role Rag," by J.K.Probst. as large or smallThe program is free and is )ant desires, open to the public. The for Thanksgiving 1 to5 pm Ham & Turkey Dinner Reservations Please 284-0879 Hwy 89, Crescent Mills A SpEcat By Terri Daoust Portola Editor This year's Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild Christmas Craft Faire is bigger than ever and with 22 artists and craftsmen assembling in Graeagle Saturday, Nov. 24, holiday gift shopping can be taken care of in one day with- out leaving the area. The 21st annual Christmas faire will open its doors at the Graeagle Fire Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., offering a vari. ety of handmade items to please the most discriminat- ing tastes. And this year, some lucky person will take home a live Christmas tree, complete with decorations--but you have to be present to win, so it's wise to show up the Saturday after Thanksgiving for more than one reason. Bob Olsen, Ole's Custom Quakers and Critters, will be presenting his popular pine cone ducks, owls and other critters. Mary Anne Martinko will make sure pets are happy on Christmas morning with her gourmet dog treats, catnip treats, bird feeders, wildlife treats, and pomanders and bean soup mixes for the peo- ple on your list. Gwen Dore will present an array of holiday decorations to brighten any home for the season. Nat Estes' handmade quilts are a must-see, must-buy, for just about everyone on your list. Stephanie Hilton will offer custom jewelry for any occa- sion, handmade with many hard-to-find, unique beads, pearls, a variety of precious stones and sterling silver. Patricia Womack's unique holiday wall hangings and table decorations bring moun- tain wildlife and vegetation inside for the season. Joanne Segoria and Marian Carlson will showcase their talents with candles and woodcrafts. Jesie Edwards will offer hand-painted porcelain and glass. Sue McKnight presents hand-sewn rabbits, horses, pillow cases and a variety of Christmas decorations. For those looking for un- usual and unique gifts for ?" Mohawk Valley Artists' Guild members will arrive at the Graeagie Fire Hall early this coming Saturday to begin setting up for this year's Christmas Craft Falre, and deco- rating the Christmas tree, which one lucky person will take home, fully decorated and ready for the season, in years past, Flora Parsons' decorating talents have been Put to good use and she'll surely be part of the decorating team again this year. Gwen Dote, whose booth is always a popular stop, will be on hand at the Mohawk Valley Artist's Guild Christmas Craft Faire again this year, offering a variety of unique decorations for the home. those who enjoy sewing, Geor- gia Knutsen will offer her hand-spun cloth. JABRS, Becky Stockdale and Sally Gilles, will be on hand with their popular gifts, ornaments, and handmade decorator items. Artist Peggy Smith will of- fer prints of pencil drawings, clay ornaments and sculp- tures. Virginia Larson's hand- made sweatshirts, T-shirts, vests and children's clothing, have been popular items each year and are the perfect gift for many on your list. floral arrangements, ribbon ,June Madsen will offer rib- bulletin boards and table run- bon holders, pin: cushions, ners are perfect for any home. wooden Christmas wreaths, Joyce Mcelure's unique and wildlife silhouettes, crystal hangings will brighten Shirley Richardson will any room all year when have stationery, calendars placed in a sunny window. and artwork for sale, all creat- Barbara Flutes will help ed by the artist and signed. Sandra Sherrington's dried See Falre, page 1411 Every Day - Something New! Mon. - Lunch - Prime Rib Sandwich - *6** Monday Night Football *le Tacos, *1N De 'l~es. Lunch - Taeo Tuesday 2 Tacos - s3s* 3 Tacos - s5e* Dinner - 2 Enchilada Dinner - sWw Wed. Lunch - Kitchen Sink Burrito - *5t* Dinner - Fried Chicken Dinner - *7u Thu. Lunch - Taco Salad - Dinner - Prime Rib for two - s29m (Complete with dessert & coffee) MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS Fri. Lunch - Prime Rib Sandwich - *6m Dinner - Family Night Buy one meal, receive a child's meal for *1N Sat. - Dinner - Seafood Night 2 Shrimp Enchilada Dinner - . .. 2 Shrimp Taco Dinner-s [[ Specials Homemade soup & II Available every day II Full Bar - Daily Drink Specials [| Be sure to book your holiday pa iesearly!II , I ao :. III , , ] Lunch: Mon.- Fri. 11- 2 pm I II [ To"to LOCO. Mexican Restaurant !1 2239 East Mam St. Quincy- 283-0139 ][ From Ihe AcademyAward'-IMinn~ Cracalors oF YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYE PIXAR wnimmmcm Live Shows coming soon to the Town Hall Thursday, Nov. 29 High Sierra Latin Jazz All-Stars Sunday, Dec. 9 Plumas Community Hospice Benefit Saturday, Dec. 15 A Winter Night's Yeow! i i ttr, aay . zaa gta . 2. $am. . 2 tor I Adults ............. $6.00 C ' l t OPEN 7 DAYS / I Children .... : ....... $4.00 I A WEEK (Closed i / TOlllH I S,ude.t., I~-~,~ ~,,I HO/I i Seniors ............ SS.00 IIIILL t.-.,,-..._ ~ / TI([ r email: _u .m.~,, ,,. 283-1140. 469 Main St., Qu ncy, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community.