October

2 Friday

Artist's Opening Reception, Plumas Arts Gallery, 525 Main St. Quincy, 5–7PM. Featuring Helen MacKinlay's experimental prints. 283-3402

Artist's Opening Reception, Main Street Artists Gallery, 5-7PM. 283-1909

3 Saturday

Fall Fest, Mt. Hough Ranger District, 39696 Hwy 70, 11AM-3PM. Fun and educational activities for the whole family. Doris Dwyer appears as Margaret Breen of the Donner Party, plus live music. More details to be announced. 283-7618

Leaf Peeper's Century Rides, All Day, Greenville to Genesee, Antelope Lake and back to Greenville. Registration and information, call 284-6633

Fire on the Mountain, Railway Avenue & Main St. Sports Bar, 7:30PM. Quircus, Plumas Arts, and the Quincy Volunteer Fire Department are joining forces to bring you the 2nd Annual Fire on the Mountain Show and Fundraising Party. Choose FIRE or ICE and a costume for the costume contest. Show outside, DJ Dance inside afterward. $5 General Admission, $10 for upstairs lounge access and a free drink.

Celebration of Courage, Pangaea Café, Quincy, 4-7PM. Raise awareness for Domestic Violence, art show opening with Julie Hatzell and Micaela Rubalcava. 283-5675 or plumasruralservices.org

4 Sunday

Allison and Victor, West End Theatre, Quincy. Allison Scull and Victor Martin's unusual collaborative style--singer-songwriter plus saxophone--connects grown-ups and little people alike. Together they create a fusion of musical forms uniquely their own. They blend roots music — a fusion of jazz, folk, blues, a little funk, originals and some jazz standards laced with some French lyrics (Allison learned French where she grew up in Belgium). westendtheatre.us

8 Thursday

Words & Music Quincy, Patti's Thunder Café, Quincy, 7PM. A monthly series of acoustic music and the spoken word. Sign up for Open Mic at the door. $3. Sponsored by Plumas Arts. 283-3402

10 Saturday

Fashionista Fashion Show, Quincy Vet's Hall, 6:30PM. Fashion show of avant garde wearable art. No-host bar, hors d'oeuvres. Benefits Plumas Arts, Plumas County Friends of Animals, and PAWS. Tickets $20 at Carey Candy Co., Friends of Plumas Animals, Plumas Arts, and Country Style (Greenville). 284-7279

14 Wednesday

Andy Shanks, Rock's Roadhouse at the Feather River Hot Springs, Hwy 70, Twain, 7PM. Scottish singer/songwriter. Cabins, RV parking, Tent Camping. Food & beverages available. Tickets $10. featherriverhotsprings.com or 925-783-2913

16 Friday

Words & Music Portola, Williams House, Portola, 7PM. A monthly series of acoustic music and the spoken word featuring Tommy Miles. Sign up for Open Mic at the door. $3. Sponsored by Plumas Arts. 283-3402

Stargazing Campout, Maddalena Ranch, Sierra Valley, 5PM. Bird/nature walk, Potluck dinner, Stargazing with experts. Register by October 7 at 283-5758 or frlt.org

17 Saturday

Harvest Festival Run, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds start, 9AM. 5K, 10K, and a Family Fun Run sponsored by Mountain Passages. Pre-registration is $25 for 5K, $30 for 10K, and donations appreciated for the Family Run. www.diggingin.us

Mountain Harvest Festival, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy CA, gates open at 12:30PM. Plumas Arts Fundraiser: Support Community & The Arts! Come join us for the beautiful Fall colors of Plumas County and a celebration of rural community. Featuring a beer tasting with over 20 breweries, food, non-alcoholic beverages. Live Music: Last Man Standing opens for Bagby Station. Special auction of goods & services benefits Plumas Arts, the non-profit arts presenter in Plumas County. 50/50 Raffle. Overnight camping available onsite at the Fairgrounds. Beer tasting tickets $30/Plumas Arts members, $35/non-members in advance only. $40 at the gate for everyone. $5 admission to fairgrounds at the gate (included with Tasting Pass). Call Plumas Arts at (530)283-3402 for more information or visit www.plumasarts.org

24 Saturday

Feather River Land Trust's Fall "Art on the Land" at the Heart K Ranch, Genesee Valley, 10AM–4PM. Bring your own art supplies – paint, camera, easels – and create an art piece, or take a walk with Trina Cunningham to see the land from a Maidu perspective. Art display and music jam from 2-4PM. $20 includes lunch. RSVP required 283-5758, kkleven@frlt.org or frlt.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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event details by contacting the provided phone numbers or email addresses.
All area codes are (530) unless otherwise stated.

Plumas Arts • 525 Main St. / PO Box 600 • Quincy CA • 95971 • (530) 283-3402

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