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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Holiday Words & Music Take a respite from all As time allows, aspiring the holiday hubbub and get into the real spirit of the season by joining with friends and neighbors at any of Plumas Arts' Words & Music holiday celebra- tions in the coming weeks. Each Words & Music venue has a different feel and flair, so start with one and make it a goal to try them all, either this month or in the coming year. In the tradition of the on- going Words & Music pro- gram, a variety of spoken word and musical artists will take the stage in an ex- tended sort of "open stage', performance, which has come to be called the holi- day locals all-stars lineup. Starting it off is the Quincy Holiday words & Music, Thursday, Dec. 9, at Morning Thunder Caf6. Chester's Words & Music is Thursday, Dec. 16, at The Coffee Station. Portola Words & Music follows right behind Friday, Dec. 17, at "The Feather" Community Arts Center. poets, musicians, story- tellers or actors wishing to perform are encouraged to sign up at the door before 7:30 p.m. Programs start between 7 and 7:20 p.m. Admission is still only ,$3. No-host bever- ages and goodies are avail- able at all the venues. In Words & Music, the au- dience and the artist share equally important roles. The artists bring their cre- ative endeavors, hearts ands souls. The audience provides compassionate, caring attention. Both are essential. Words & Music always reminds us all of why we treasure living in Plumas County. The holiday shows really display what wonder- ful communities we live in. Words & Music is an acoustic music and spoken word program which has been sponsored by Plumas Arts since 1989. For infor- mation, contact us at 283- 3402 or info@plumasarts .org. t Artist on display During December and Jan- uary, the county court- house will display paint- ings in acrylic, watercolor and oil by Nansi Watten- burg Bohne. The works de- pict a number of local land- marks, including the Stone House and a cabin outside of Taylorsville. Bohne has been an artist in Plumas County for nearly 50 years and has had previous shows in the courthouse, the county museum and lo- cal businesses. She also has taught art to elementary school children, high school students and adults. Bohne will schedule shows for the courthouse in the future and .plans to rotate work from all four communities on an ongoing basis. The venue will feature Wilma Taddei, a well-known watercolorist from Greenville, in February and March. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 15B or (450) 285-5686 AIJ A O 200 Crescent St. (Hwy 70W) Quincy, CA 95971 i sI00Ug the r b and VacatlonRental,,.. slo off with this ad Expires 12-31-10 Escape... Escape... Escape... ... to a scenic vacation resort surrounded by the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains www.riverpinos.com Next to Coyote Bar & Grill (530) 836-2552 1-800-696-2551 8296 Highway 89, Graeagle I 0pen every day during Christmas & New Year. Steak & Lobster special served till zoPM on IVew Year's F.ve! Winter Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 5-gPM ate Lt EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Nov. 3 $1795 per person includes a shared appetizer soup or salad, choice o/entree and dessert for two. Limited menu. Beverages, tax and grattlt'. not included. Regular menu available. '00ii .................. ................ t:f Sea-farers and Land-lubbers Unite! ti ! ? EVERY THURSDAY NIGHTI X...., - . ,  ::;',:I,: Z,.,, . ........................................................................................................... :::...,,,,,,,; ,  Reservations recommended q, 401 Peninsula Dr., Lake A|manor 530-596-3538 of sugar p wishes all Stop by for something to warm your holiday spirit. 525 W, Main St., Quincy 283-3344 HE GRILLE Open All Winter Meet Chff Lizzie Parker Let us cater your Christmas Party Order your Holiday Pies Pick up your lunch at our Starbucks Dell Come try our bar menu and enjoy our half-off specials Monday Night Football 72056 Highway 70 between Graeagle & Portola 832-5528  chaletviewlodge, corn C'est la maison ~ It's home ~ Treat your family to a Homecooked Feast Lunch Mon, Tues, Wed ) Always Home Dinner Tues-Sat 189 Main St., Quincy Happy Holidays! servtions lmmmended ::,283-0114 Offering special catering I parties/ ,  Sum, Spin 8725 Hwy 70 Rd,, Cromberg