DateEventContact

Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce.
06-23-2018A Few Brews & A Banjo
On June 23rd Chester Park will once again be the location for A Few Brews & A Banjo— an event that has been helping to raise funds for area school arts programs since 2004.

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Plumas Arts
06-24-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
06-25-2018
-06-28-2018
16th Annual Bailey Creek Golf Camp Ages 5-11
In its 16th year of operation, the Bailey Creek Junior Golf Camp has established itself as one of the most popular summer camps in the area.  Past campers have gone on to compete on their local High School golf teams and some have gone on to the collegiate level!  The golf camp is led by PGA Head Professional Ronnie Theobald and PGA Assistant Professional Greg Killingsworth.  

While attending teh Bailey Creek Junior Golf Camp, your child will be given three days of driving range instruction focused on the following:  Full swing, chipping, pitching, sand play and putting.  They will finish camp with the 4th day consisting of contests and other activities testing the skills they worked on all week.  Numerous awards will be given on the 4th day.  Campers will also be instructed on golf rules as well as etiquette throughout the entire camp.

In addition to the golf knowledge that will be imparted on your child, campers will also receive a camp gift, as well as daily snacks, and a pass for a free round of golf with a paying adult!

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Ronnie Theobald
06-25-2018
-06-28-2018
Chester High School Mini Cheerleader Camp
This mini cheer camp is for ages 5 to 12 and will consist of a half time cheer, dance and some new sideline material. Each child will get a t-shirt, a chance to be in the 4th of July parade, and will be cheering for one quarter of a football game and do the half time routine they will learn here at camp with the high school cheerleaders. Game TBA. We will also have a special guest on Tuesday, June 26th for some tumbling tips!!

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Katie Vaca
06-25-2018
-06-29-2018
26th Summer of Spice Summer Camp
All sessions include:  Archery, Horses, Crafts, Hiking, Science, Water Play, Woodworking, Zipline and Soecial events speakers.
Each session has a camp theme.
June 25-29  Who Goes There? Forest Findings
July 5-7           Round'em Up HorseCamp  Overnight camp ages 8+
July 9-13         Rock and Roll
July 16-20        A Stitch in Time and Here's YournSign
July 23-27        Wet and Wild
July30-Aug. 2  Creative Creations

Hours: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm  Mon-Thurs.  Friday 8:45 am - 2:00 pm
            Additional 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm care available!

 

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Connie Higgins
06-26-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

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Lori Metcalf
06-29-2018Mt. Lassen Theatre Movie Night
Friday night movies at the Mt. Lassen Theatre.  Starts 7 pm.

All Children under 12 need to be accompanied by an adult.

$5.00 donation suggested for renovation of the Theatre
06-30-2018Indian Creek Float, Maidu Walk, BBQ at Heart K Ranch
Tour the Heart K Ranch by kayak with Nils Lunder or take a nature walk with Trina Cunningham.  Learn about the Mountain Maidu history or culture.

Meet 9:00 am at Heart K main house for kayakers
        10:00 am at Heart K main house for nature walk

Visit FRLT to find out more about this event and register.  Space is limited please register early.
07-01-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
07-03-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

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Lori Metcalf
07-04-2018Chester Classic 4th of July Run & Walk
3.25 Mile Loop Course starting on Main Street @ Collins Pine Lawn. Road and dirt trail.

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Shane Bergmann
07-04-20184th of July Parade, Main Street Chester
The 2018 4th of July Parade begins at 11 am at Collins Pine Park and rolls down Main Street Chester to the Meadow.   Carnival Madness is the theme for this year.

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Chamber Office Staff
07-04-201846th Chester Arts and Craft Show
The 46 th annual Chester 4th of July Arts and Crafts Show, sponsored by the Lake Almanor Elk's Lodge 2626.  The exhibition of surrounding area arts and crafts vendors will again be held in downtown Chester Park. It is a one day showing, from 10am until 3pm.  Food and drink along with musical entertainment will be available on the grounds.
All products exhibited must be personally made or crafted.
Applications will be available from Mid-March, please contact either Ric Fochtman at fochy123@aol.com or call directly 760-668-0426 or the Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, PO Box 1329, Chester, Ca 96020. 

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ric fochtman
07-04-2018P.E.O. BAKE SALE
P.E.O. Chapter WH annual BAKE SALE fundraiser to raise funds for local educational scholarships for women.
We will be selling delicious homemade pies, cobblers and cookies.
Our BAKE SALE booth will be located near the other food concessions at the Arts and Crafst Fair in Chester Park from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

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Barbara MacArthur
07-04-2018Great Feather River Duck Rack
Come watch thousands of "ducks" float down the Feather River.  Starting at the Chester Park and ending by the Chester Library.

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Cheri McIntire
07-04-2018Annual Cowboy Breakfast

Traditional 4th of July Cowboy Breakfast as part of Taylorsville 4th of July Celebration.


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Katherine Iglesias
07-04-20184th of July Fireworks Spectacular
Fireworks Spectacular over beautiful Lake Almanor.

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Chamber Staff
07-04-201868th Silver BuckleRodeo
PCRA Rodeo in Taylorsville. Grand entry Noon. Announcement of Rodeo Queen and royalty

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Misty Banchio/Veronica Tilton
07-05-2018
-07-07-2018
26th Summer of Spice Summer Camp
All sessions include:  Archery, Horses, Crafts, Hiking, Science, Water Play, Woodworking, Zipline and Soecial events speakers.
Each session has a camp theme.
June 25-29  Who Goes There? Forest Findings
July 5-7           Round'em Up HorseCamp  Overnight camp ages 8+
July 9-13         Rock and Roll
July 16-20        A Stitch in Time and Here's YournSign
July 23-27        Wet and Wild
July30-Aug. 2  Creative Creations

Hours: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm  Mon-Thurs.  Friday 8:45 am - 2:00 pm
            Additional 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm care available!

 

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Connie Higgins
07-06-2018
-07-07-2018
Vintage Jewelry Sale

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Ginger Stratford
07-07-2018
-07-08-2018
Arts & Crafts Show
Mike Carey
07-08-2018
-07-09-2018
Watercolor Magic WorkshopDeb Groesser
07-08-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
07-09-2018
-07-13-2018
Kids Eat Free This Summer

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Amber Russell, PUSD Child Nutrition Department
07-09-2018
-07-13-2018
26th Summer of Spice Summer Camp
All sessions include:  Archery, Horses, Crafts, Hiking, Science, Water Play, Woodworking, Zipline and Soecial events speakers.
Each session has a camp theme.
June 25-29  Who Goes There? Forest Findings
July 5-7           Round'em Up HorseCamp  Overnight camp ages 8+
July 9-13         Rock and Roll
July 16-20        A Stitch in Time and Here's YournSign
July 23-27        Wet and Wild
July30-Aug. 2  Creative Creations

Hours: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm  Mon-Thurs.  Friday 8:45 am - 2:00 pm
            Additional 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm care available!

 

more info...
Connie Higgins
07-10-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

more info...
Lori Metcalf
07-11-2018Summer Reading Program

Chester Branch Library's Summer Reading Program!

All programs are on Wednesdays, 11a - 12:30p.
There will be music, crafts, guests and of course....Books!
Programs will be most suitable for ages 5-12 but all are welcome!

more info...
Chester Branch Library
07-12-2018Thursday History Chat

Visit the Chester Library and Museum on special Thursday evenings May 10 th - October 18 th for History Chats with Marilyn Quadrio.
History Chats at Chester Musuem


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Marilyn Quadrio
07-14-2018Guided Hike to Mill Creek Falls in Lassen Park
Join Tracy Salcedo, author of Hiking Lassen Volcanic National Park, for a summer walk-and-talk to Mill Creek Falls.
07-15-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
07-16-2018
-07-22-2018
St. Andrew's Academy Choir Camp
6th annual Choir Camp for adults and young adults.

Ages: Trebles (ages 9-10), boys and girls, but must be accompanied by parent.

11-18 year old choristers can sign up as residential or day campers—limited space.

Adults, please sign up as day or residential campers.

Clergy Track: Clergy are encouraged to come and learn more about chanting and singing services.

Arrival and Departure: Residential choristers are encouraged to arrive Sunday afternoon/evening (please plan on eating dinner on your own), July 15.  Departure is after Lunch on Sunday, July 22.


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Father Brian Foos
07-16-2018
-07-20-2018
Kids Eat Free This Summer

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Amber Russell, PUSD Child Nutrition Department
07-16-2018
-07-20-2018
26th Summer of Spice Summer Camp
All sessions include:  Archery, Horses, Crafts, Hiking, Science, Water Play, Woodworking, Zipline and Soecial events speakers.
Each session has a camp theme.
June 25-29  Who Goes There? Forest Findings
July 5-7           Round'em Up HorseCamp  Overnight camp ages 8+
July 9-13         Rock and Roll
July 16-20        A Stitch in Time and Here's YournSign
July 23-27        Wet and Wild
July30-Aug. 2  Creative Creations

Hours: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm  Mon-Thurs.  Friday 8:45 am - 2:00 pm
            Additional 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm care available!

 

more info...
Connie Higgins
07-17-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

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Lori Metcalf
07-18-2018"Is Collage for the Birds?" Workshop
Is Collage for the Birds?  Workshop
Blue Goose Gallery of Artists

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Eva Havelik & Jacquie Cordova
07-18-2018Summer Reading Program

Chester Branch Library's Summer Reading Program!

All programs are on Wednesdays, 11a - 12:30p.
There will be music, crafts, guests and of course....Books!
Programs will be most suitable for ages 5-12 but all are welcome!

more info...
Chester Branch Library
07-21-2018Gold Discovery Days
Plumas Eureka State Park Association has just announced the dates for this year’s Gold Discovery Days; Mark your calendars for Saturday and Sunday, July 21st and 22nd . The annual Gold Discovery Days celebration will be in full swing from 10am to 3pm each day with the acclaimed Pancake Breakfast under the trees on Sunday from 8-11am and lively music by the Code Blue Grass band. It’s a wonderful opportunity for families to “step back in time” and see what it was like when thousands of miners invaded the upper Feather River in their efforts to extract the riches that under laid the area. Many of the structures still remain and offer a chance to explore their legacy and the rich history of our beautiful State Park. All venues for the celebration are free, including many examples of the gold miner’s lifestyle – the tours of the Moriarty family’s five room house for their eight family members; the blacksmith shop where all the tools for the miners were manufactured (their products are for sale in the museum); the assay office where the value of gold ore was determined and the Park Museum with exhibits featuring the historic and natural environment of the area. Throughout both days there will be BBQ lunch available with authentic pasties like the ones the miners ate, demonstrations of candle making, ice-cream and bread making (yep, there will be samples for tasting), spinning and weaving and gold panning lessons. Dress up in period costumes and take a family photo, ride in a cart drawn by spectacular draft horses through picturesque Johnsville, enjoy a picnic lunch and take in the Johnsville’s St. Johns Church museum. Discovery Days at Plumas Eureka State Park – a true jewel in our heritage! http://www.plumas-eureka.org/ contact: Marian Sciborski 530/836-4509

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Kit Vercelli
07-21-2018Watercolor Plein Air Lassen Volcanic National Park
Watercolor Plein Air at Kings Creek Picnic Area.  
Cost $30.00 per person
Lassen Association Members $25.00 per peron
Kids 10-18 $ 10.00 with a paid adult
Class limit 20 people.  

Workshop details and registration at Loomis Museum, Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center or online at www.lassenassocition.org.  By phone at 530-348-2670

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07-21-2018"Painting Through Prisms" Workshop (Photography 101)
Blue Goose Gallery of Artists
"Painting Through Prisms" Workshop taught by Jerri Lee Nielson
Jerri Lee Nielson
07-22-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
07-23-2018
-07-27-2018
Kids Eat Free This Summer

more info...
Amber Russell, PUSD Child Nutrition Department
07-23-2018
-07-27-2018
26th Summer of Spice Summer Camp
All sessions include:  Archery, Horses, Crafts, Hiking, Science, Water Play, Woodworking, Zipline and Soecial events speakers.
Each session has a camp theme.
June 25-29  Who Goes There? Forest Findings
July 5-7           Round'em Up HorseCamp  Overnight camp ages 8+
July 9-13         Rock and Roll
July 16-20        A Stitch in Time and Here's YournSign
July 23-27        Wet and Wild
July30-Aug. 2  Creative Creations

Hours: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm  Mon-Thurs.  Friday 8:45 am - 2:00 pm
            Additional 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm care available!

 

more info...
Connie Higgins
07-24-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

more info...
Lori Metcalf
07-25-2018Summer Reading Program

Chester Branch Library's Summer Reading Program!

All programs are on Wednesdays, 11a - 12:30p.
There will be music, crafts, guests and of course....Books!
Programs will be most suitable for ages 5-12 but all are welcome!

more info...
Chester Branch Library
07-26-2018Thursday History Chat

Visit the Chester Library and Museum on special Thursday evenings May 10 th - October 18 th for History Chats with Marilyn Quadrio.
History Chats at Chester Musuem


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Marilyn Quadrio
07-28-2018
-07-29-2018
Arts & Crafts Show
Mike Carey
07-28-20182nd Annual Poker Paddle
Calling all Paddle Heads (kayak, canoe, SUP):

This is a five-card poker run on the water from Canyon Dam Boat Launch to Plumas Pines Resort along the southwest shore of the 8th largest reservoir in California. It’s 10 miles roundtrip!

So what's a Poker Run? Well along the route, Paddlers will make 5 shore stops to pick up 5 poker cards and from those cards make the best poker hand possible. Prizes will be given to the two entrants with the two best poker hands presented at the finish line.

Bring your own vessel, safety equipment, sun protection, and liquids to the starting/finish line at the Canyon Dam Boat launch (where?). Equipment is also for rent in our area.




 

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Mary Austin
07-29-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
07-30-2018
-08-03-2018
Kids Eat Free This Summer

more info...
Amber Russell, PUSD Child Nutrition Department
07-30-2018
-08-02-2018
26th Summer of Spice Summer Camp
All sessions include:  Archery, Horses, Crafts, Hiking, Science, Water Play, Woodworking, Zipline and Soecial events speakers.
Each session has a camp theme.
June 25-29  Who Goes There? Forest Findings
July 5-7           Round'em Up HorseCamp  Overnight camp ages 8+
July 9-13         Rock and Roll
July 16-20        A Stitch in Time and Here's YournSign
July 23-27        Wet and Wild
July30-Aug. 2  Creative Creations

Hours: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm  Mon-Thurs.  Friday 8:45 am - 2:00 pm
            Additional 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm care available!

 

more info...
Connie Higgins
07-31-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

more info...
Lori Metcalf
08-01-2018Summer Reading Program

Chester Branch Library's Summer Reading Program!

All programs are on Wednesdays, 11a - 12:30p.
There will be music, crafts, guests and of course....Books!
Programs will be most suitable for ages 5-12 but all are welcome!

more info...
Chester Branch Library
08-03-2018
-08-04-2018
Dark Sky Festival
Join park rangers, astronomers, and astrobiologists in celebrating all that is out of this world during Lassen's Dark Sky Festival. Special programs, presentations, hikes, and Junior Ranger Night Explorer activities will be offered during the festival.

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Kevin Sweeney
08-04-2018
-08-05-2018
Friends of the Chester Library Annual Book Sale
Friends of the Chester Library Annual Book Sale at the Chester Branch Library, 210 First Avenue, 9 AM - 3 PM.

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Lori Metcalf
08-04-2018
-08-05-2018
Quilts of Lake Almanor
Quilt show featuring quilts, vendors, General Store, food presented by the Chester Piecemakers Quilt Guild. 

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Diane Morrow
08-04-2018
-08-05-2018
Almanor Arts & Craft Fair
Beautiful things in a beautiful place...
THE ALMANOR ART SHOW
Saturday, August 4, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, August 5, 10am - 4pm
at the Collins Pine Lawn in Chester

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08-04-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
08-06-2018
-08-10-2018
Kids Eat Free This Summer

more info...
Amber Russell, PUSD Child Nutrition Department
08-07-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

more info...
Lori Metcalf
08-08-2018
-08-12-2018
Plumas- Sierra County Fair
Welcome to the Neighborhood

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08-08-2018Summer Reading Program

Chester Branch Library's Summer Reading Program!

All programs are on Wednesdays, 11a - 12:30p.
There will be music, crafts, guests and of course....Books!
Programs will be most suitable for ages 5-12 but all are welcome!

more info...
Chester Branch Library
08-09-2018Thursday History Chat

Visit the Chester Library and Museum on special Thursday evenings May 10 th - October 18 th for History Chats with Marilyn Quadrio.
History Chats at Chester Musuem


more info...
Marilyn Quadrio
08-11-2018
-08-12-2018
Arts & Crafts Show
Mike Carey
08-11-2018Reach The Peak Hike-A-Thon
Join us on August 11th for the 2nd Annual Reach the Peak Hike-a-Thon at Lassen Volcanic National Park. This year's Reach the Peak Hike-A-Thon will be held in concert with the return of the annual Day in the Park event! Create memories, enjoy nature, exercise your body and soul on a beautiful summer's day at one of America's most breathtaking National Parks! 

Participants of the Hike-A-Thon will hike the beautiful Lassen Peak trail to raise money for youth camping programs. The hike is 5-miles round trip and is moderate to strenuous. It will take approximately 3-4 hours to complete. We will have a fueling station at the trailhead with water and snacks to take with you on the trail (there will not be aid stations along the route). We ask that hikers please bring their own hydration bottle/camelback to cut down on waste. 

This fundraiser will benefit Lassen Park Foundation and its programs including the Youth Camping Program for underserved youth at Lassen Volcanic National Park.

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Marissa Young
08-11-2018Manzanita Lake Guided Hike with Tracy Salcedo
Join Tracy Salcedo, author of Hiking Lassen Volcanic National Park, this summer for a walk-and-talk hike around Manzanita Lake.

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08-11-2018Day in the Park Festival
Enjoy information booths with hands-on activities, live music, face painting, and art displays at this special event hosted by the Lassen Park Foundation.
People sit and stand at tables in an open plaza edged by canopied booths

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Lassen Volcanic National Park
08-11-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
08-14-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

more info...
Lori Metcalf
08-18-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
08-18-2018Running with the Bears Marathon, Half and 10K
Running with the Bears is Plumas County's brand new Boston Qualifier, and a fundraiser for foster children served by Mountain Circle Family Services. The Bears is a uniquely rural experience; goody bags, for instance, are filled with locally made products and, of course, bear bells! As runners cross the finish line, they’re greeted with an ice cold beer from a local brewery (UnderCoverAleWorks), and a massage with a view of the whole valley (juice, coffee, water and hydration drinks also available of course). It’s also one of few western races in August; higher elevations bring cooler temperatures- In 2011, the race-day low was 46 degrees, so be sure to bring your jacket! This event WILL sell out by early August, so please register early online at www.runningwiththebears.org

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Josie Litchfield, Race Director
08-21-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

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Lori Metcalf
08-23-2018Thursday History Chat

Visit the Chester Library and Museum on special Thursday evenings May 10 th - October 18 th for History Chats with Marilyn Quadrio.
History Chats at Chester Musuem


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Marilyn Quadrio
08-24-2018
-08-26-2018
Grebe Festival
Lake Almanor is the place to be the weekend of August 24th through 26th as we celebrate the extraordinary “dancing” grebes with our third annual Grebe Festival centered in Chester, CA.   Western and Clark’s Grebes (Aechmophorus occidentalis and A. clarkii) nest on Lake Almanor which is considered an Important Bird Area by National Audubon and which has grown in its importance as a breeding site for these grebes in recent years as drought has caused loss of nesting habitat elsewhere.  Late August is a great time to view the grebes as they are still nesting on the lake in colonies, racing across the water in their incredible “rushing” displays, and when some babies are hatching and climbing aboard their parents’ backs.

Kayak and pontoon field trips will allow festival-goers to get an up-close (but not too close!) look at nesting grebes.  A variety of other field trips around the Lake Almanor basin and Lassen National Park will be sure to satisfy!  For more information, please visit www.plumasaudubon.org/grebe-festival.

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Teresa Arrate
08-25-20184th Annual Courage Triathlon
Come join us for the 4th Annual Courage Triathlon!  100% of the proceeds from this event go to the non-profit 501 (3) C organization COURAGE WORLDWIDE, who built a home for children right here in California rescued from sex trafficking.
After learning of the staggering lack of services for the victims of human trafficking right here in America, I vowed to do something.  So Joanne Vice and I created the COURAGE TRIATHLON to help bring awareness and funds to partner with COURAGE WORLDWIDE.  Our vision became that of many in the community of both Lassen and Plumas County.
Come run so they do not have to.  August 25, 2018 at the Plumas Pines Resort, Lake Almanor California.  You can participate in teams of three or individually.  It is a 2.8 mile run, 7.1 bike and a 4.1 mile kayak, all along the stunning shores of Lake Almanor.  If you feel that participating is not possible for you, register to volunteer or sponsor a team!  Everyone can DO SOMETHING to end the crime of human trafficking. Register for both at couragerun/triathlon.org or Visit www.courageworldwide.org and our Facebook page: Courage Triathlon, Lake Almanor, Ca for information, registration and to view over 3,000 pictures.
visit some local businesses and say hello to the proud sponsors of the Courage Triathlon,  Plumas Pines Resort, Lake Almanor Ca,  St. Bernard Lodge, Mill Creek Ca, Rusty Chandelier, Chester Ca, Chester Holiday Market, Chester Ca, Susanville IGA, Susanville Ca, Susan River Fire Department, Susanville Ca, California Corrections Supervisor Organization, Plumas Bank in Susanville, Ca, FWA Fire Water Supply, Redding Ca, High Sierra Fire, Janesville, Ca and Chester Plumas Bank.
We look forward to seeing you there.  Together we can end human trafficking! Come RUN SO THEY DON'T HAVE TO!

Dawn Hershberger/Courage Ambassador  
 

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Dawn Hershberger
08-25-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
08-28-2018Pre-School Story Time
Visit the Chester Library every Tuesday for Pre-School Story Time.

The library also offers: Free 24/7 wi-fi,
                                     Free use of public computers
                                     Copies from both the copy machine and computer printer at 20 cents/copy. 

more info...
Lori Metcalf
09-02-2018Lake Almanor Country Club 2018 Concert Series
All are welcome. No fee within HOA Membership – Donations appreciated.

Outside Entrance Gate: Clifford Drive. Fee charged.

Come early and bring your dinner fixings. Picnic area is open. BBQ's are fired up.

Great Raffle Prizes at each of the 11 concerts. Be sure to buy your raffle tickets on concert night.

These items along with program advertising and your donations are the only supporting revenue of the annual Lake Almanor Summer Concert Series. No funds are drawn from the LACC General Fund to support the music program. Your support has kept the music playing since the late 1970’s and in the Bandshell since 1987.

You are part of a great history; let’s keep it in the making. Thank You!!

more info...
Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
09-06-2018Thursday History Chat

Visit the Chester Library and Museum on special Thursday evenings May 10 th - October 18 th for History Chats with Marilyn Quadrio.
History Chats at Chester Musuem


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Marilyn Quadrio
09-08-2018Art and Wine of Lassen
Taste wine from local vineyards, sample products from regional entrepreneurs, and enjoy music from local artists on the visitor center patio. This event is hosted by the concessioner, California Guest Services.

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Todd Jesse
09-08-2018Street Rod Extravaganza
32nd Annual Street Rod Extravaganza

The Almanor Recreation and Park District invites you to join us for our 32nd event for hot cars, trucks, and motorcycles to participate in a full day of events.  Join us in the cool Lake Almanor Basin and show your vehicle off at Chester Park adjacent to the north fork of the Feather River.

2016 registered over 100 entrants who vied for a number of awards and trophies,  prizes, and who took part in a round the Lake Poker Run, walking Poker run in town and good food and music.

 

 


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Susan Espana
09-15-2018Annual Plumas Forest Fishing Derby - Antelope Lake

Plumas National Forest Children's Fishing Derby 
Antelope Lake
8:00 am to noon
Call (530) 283-7828 for more info

 Kids & teens age fifteen and younger are invited to the free annual Plumas National Forest (PNF) fishing derby. at Antelope Lake's Lost Cove day-use area and boat launch. Overnight camping is available at area campgrounds.


The event runs from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and includes fishing, contests, prizes, activities, snacks and more fun. Prizes will be handed out to contest winners at the end of the derby (11:45am). Only non-motorized boats may be used by derby entrants. The event is supported by the PNF, CA Departments of Water Resources & Fish and Wildlife, Royal Elk Park Management, Inc., and local businesses.
Plumas National Forest
09-20-2018Thursday History Chat

Visit the Chester Library and Museum on special Thursday evenings May 10 th - October 18 th for History Chats with Marilyn Quadrio.
History Chats at Chester Musuem


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Marilyn Quadrio

Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce.
06-23-2018Paws on Parade
Join High Sierra Animal Rescue for this free, family-friendly event with plenty of activities for kids and dogs.

Highlights include the Walk to Save Homeless Pets, the Retrievers Ball, raffle, and multiple vendor and informational booths.

Enjoy live music by Benny, Penny & Dude, as well as Agility & Flyball demonstrations throughout the day.

Food by Graeagle Millworks. This event is free and open to the public! For more information call HSAR at 
(530) 832-4727 or visit HighSierraAnimalRescue.org.

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High Sierra Animal Rescue
06-23-2018Graeagle Health and Wellness Expo

The 3rd annual Health and Wellness Expo in Graeagle will be held on Saturday, June 23rd, 10:00 - 2:00 pm.  This Wellness Fair is designed to help the community explore all the different options in the health and wellness spectrum in the Mohawk Valley-Portola area.

The fair also supports local health and wellness providers by offering broad visibility within the community and the opportunity to connect directly with residents.  The Expo, held at Graeagle Fire Hall, has free entry to the public, and those attending the Expo may participate in a raffle for 20 different prizes.  Proceeds from this event will support the The Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce

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Patti Buchholtz
06-29-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
06-29-2018
-07-01-2018
Mohawk Valley Independence Day Celebration

GET READY FOR THE 2018 MOHAWK VALLEY INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Plan ahead for this family-friendly event by marking your calendar for the yearly hometown celebration that only Graeagle can offer.
From 'Dance at The Corner Barn', 5k & 10 K Fun run, an aerial fireworks display over Graeagle Mill Pond, and the spectacular MVID Parade/Day in the Park events, Graeagle is the place to be on Fourth of July weekend.

Dance at the Barn will be Friday, June 29, the fireworks on June 30, and the parade will be Sunday, July 1. We will provide more information and updates as soon as the committee meets to plan this year’s event schedule.
 

Stay tuned for more details!


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06-30-20184th July 5k & 10K Fun Run
4th of July weekend 5k & 10k Fun Run!
Saturday, June 30, 2017
Located at: Graeagle Soccer Field on Iroquois Trail  click here for a map to location
Registration ONLY for 2018 will be $25
Late Registration after 6/1/2018 will be $35

Register here


Please contact Eastern Plumas Chamber for information (530)836-6811 or send us an email at: epcc@psln.com

Sponsored and Hosted by: Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce & Discover The Lost Sierra Tourist Center


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The Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
07-06-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
07-06-2018
-07-08-2018
The Lost Sierra Adventure Expo
The Lost Sierra Adventure Expo is coming to the Diamond ‘S’ Ranch in the Sierra Valley on July 6-8, 2018. Forty-five minutes from Reno or Truckee, the multi-day event includes: the 3rd Annual Lost Sierra Electric Bike Race on Saturday July 7th, an Overland Base Camp & Adventure Vehicle meet up, camping, music, food, guided tours and more. Family & Pet Friendly.


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07-06-2018
-07-08-2018
Paul Bunyan Festival Train
Chris Skow
07-07-2018Sierra Valley Farms -- Food, Blues & Views summer Concert Series

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Sierra Valley Farms
07-13-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
07-20-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
07-20-2018Portola Concerts in the Park


The FREE Portola Friday night outdoor summer concerts begin July 20, 2018 and runs each Friday until August 24, 2018,  at the Portola City Park, on Gulling Street. Portola , CA. 96122

Now all you have to do is bring a lawn chair, refreshments  and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Blue Haven ( Blues )
August 10 - Michelle Lambert  ( Indie/Pop )
August 17 - The Back 40 ( Country & Rock )
August 24 -Family Affair ( R&B/Soul )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
07-21-2018
-07-22-2018
Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair
This year marks the 47th annual Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair featuring more than 100 hand crafted arts and crafts exhibits, Food and drink vendors and more.

Event and parking are FREE to the public


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Brighton Denison
07-21-2018Sierra Valley Farms - Dinner in the Barn

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Sierra Valley Farms
07-26-2018Speakers Bureau
When John Devincenzi retired he became a Volunteer Guide at Alcatraz which had formerly housed some notorious criminals.  John will share the history of the prison with photos and a narrative.  This event is free, though a $5.00+ donation is welcome to help fund MCRC.  For more information or to RSVP call MCRC at 836-0446. 

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Jane Polson
07-27-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
07-27-2018Portola Concerts in the Park


The FREE Portola Friday night outdoor summer concerts begin July 20, 2018 and runs each Friday until August 24, 2018,  at the Portola City Park, on Gulling Street. Portola , CA. 96122

Now all you have to do is bring a lawn chair, refreshments  and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Blue Haven ( Blues )
August 10 - Michelle Lambert  ( Indie/Pop )
August 17 - The Back 40 ( Country & Rock )
August 24 -Family Affair ( R&B/Soul )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
08-02-2018
-08-05-2018
DOWNIEVILLE CLASSIC

Downieville, CA (August-2-5, 2018) One of the world’s premiere mountain bike races, bookended by an awesome festival. The Downieville Classic has been rolling for over 20 years and is considered one of the Top 10 Mountain Bike Festivals in the US by Outside Magazine.  Live music, premium beer, food vendors and an all-weekend mainstreet industry expo top off the event.

  • 946 registered racers (2017). The All Mountain (cross country and downhill combined) sells out in less than two hours of registration opening.

  • Saturday is a gnarly 29-mile point-to-point cross country race up to the Sierra Crest and the descending into Downieville.

  • Sunday is fast, technical 15-mile downhill with racers reaching over 40 mph.

  • Racers podium on Saturday and Sunday for their respective races, culminating in Sunday’s All Mountain World Championships.

  • Mainstreet shuts down all weekend for the industry expo, allowing sponsors to line the streets and exhibit their finest products to a captive, engaged audience of racers and spectators.

  • There are numerous sponsorship opportunities around town and on the podium. Ron’s House of Big Air River Jump and Cozmo’s Wild Island are extremely well attended and photographed events.

Kyla Pascucci
08-03-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
08-03-2018Portola Concerts in the Park


The FREE Portola Friday night outdoor summer concerts begin July 20, 2018 and runs each Friday until August 24, 2018,  at the Portola City Park, on Gulling Street. Portola , CA. 96122

Now all you have to do is bring a lawn chair, refreshments  and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Blue Haven ( Blues )
August 10 - Michelle Lambert  ( Indie/Pop )
August 17 - The Back 40 ( Country & Rock )
August 24 -Family Affair ( R&B/Soul )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
08-04-2018Sierra Valley Farms -- Food, Blues & Views summer Concert Series

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Sierra Valley Farms
08-10-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
08-10-2018Portola Concerts in the Park


The FREE Portola Friday night outdoor summer concerts begin July 20, 2018 and runs each Friday until August 24, 2018,  at the Portola City Park, on Gulling Street. Portola , CA. 96122

Now all you have to do is bring a lawn chair, refreshments  and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Blue Haven ( Blues )
August 10 - Michelle Lambert  ( Indie/Pop )
August 17 - The Back 40 ( Country & Rock )
August 24 -Family Affair ( R&B/Soul )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
08-10-2018Sierra Valley Farms - Dinner with the Stars

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Sierra Valley Farms
08-11-2018Sierra Valley Farms - Dinner in the Barn

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Sierra Valley Farms
08-12-2018Sierra Valley Farms - Wine with a View

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Sierra Valley Farms
08-17-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
08-17-2018Portola Concerts in the Park


The FREE Portola Friday night outdoor summer concerts begin July 20, 2018 and runs each Friday until August 24, 2018,  at the Portola City Park, on Gulling Street. Portola , CA. 96122

Now all you have to do is bring a lawn chair, refreshments  and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Blue Haven ( Blues )
August 10 - Michelle Lambert  ( Indie/Pop )
August 17 - The Back 40 ( Country & Rock )
August 24 -Family Affair ( R&B/Soul )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
08-18-2018Hoedown for the Hospital
Hoedown for the Hospital - Eastern Plumas Health Care

Full detail TBA
08-24-2018
-08-26-2018
Portola Railroad Days

Full Details TBA


For more information please check out our website at :
http://portolarailroaddays.com




 

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Patricia Ryan
08-24-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
08-24-2018Portola Concerts in the Park


The FREE Portola Friday night outdoor summer concerts begin July 20, 2018 and runs each Friday until August 24, 2018,  at the Portola City Park, on Gulling Street. Portola , CA. 96122

Now all you have to do is bring a lawn chair, refreshments  and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Blue Haven ( Blues )
August 10 - Michelle Lambert  ( Indie/Pop )
August 17 - The Back 40 ( Country & Rock )
August 24 -Family Affair ( R&B/Soul )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce
08-24-2018
-08-26-2018
Grebe Festival
Lake Almanor is the place to be the weekend of August 24th through 26th as we celebrate the extraordinary “dancing” grebes with our third annual Grebe Festival centered in Chester, CA.   Western and Clark’s Grebes (Aechmophorus occidentalis and A. clarkii) nest on Lake Almanor which is considered an Important Bird Area by National Audubon and which has grown in its importance as a breeding site for these grebes in recent years as drought has caused loss of nesting habitat elsewhere.  Late August is a great time to view the grebes as they are still nesting on the lake in colonies, racing across the water in their incredible “rushing” displays, and when babies are hatching and climbing aboard their parents’ backs.
 
Kayak and pontoon field trips will allow festival-goers to get an up-close (but not too close!) look at nesting grebes.  A variety of other field trips around the Lake Almanor basin and Lassen National Park will be sure to satisfy!  For more information, please visit www.plumasaudubon.org/grebe-festival

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Teresa Arrate
08-31-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
08-31-2018
-09-02-2018
Antique & Collectibles Fair
Labor Day Weekend August 31, September 1, & 2, 2018
Antique & Collectibles Fair
Free to the public
Opening Times: Friday August 31, from 12 Noon - 6 pm
Saturday September 1, from 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday September 2, from 10 am - 4 pm



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Lost sierra Chamber of Commerce
09-01-2018Sierra Valley Farms -- Food, Blues & Views summer Concert Series

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Sierra Valley Farms
09-07-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano
09-08-2018Sierra Valley Farms - Dinner in the Barn

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Sierra Valley Farms
09-09-2018Sierra Valley Farms - Wine with a View

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Sierra Valley Farms
09-14-2018Romano's Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
2018 Farmer's Market at Sierra Valley Farms
 
Every Friday starting June 1-September 14
10:00-2:00
 1329 County Road A23
    Beckwourth, Ca. 96129

The Romano’s Farmers Market hosts local vendors who are hand-selected for their quality and product. The market opens the first Friday in June from 10 am-2:00 pm. and continues for 15 weeks until the second Friday in September.

Romano’s Certified Farmers Market was voted by vendors as their “favorite” farmers market that they attend, and is considered “the most fun market” of all the farmers market that our customers attended in 2017!!!

We have 25 vendors; a “one-stop shop” for patrons who can get seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, local meats, fresh fish from pacific coast, baked goods, mushrooms, condiments, wines and wine tasting, deli meats and cheese, organic milk and dairy, and many other locally crafted artisan value-added products and crafts.


Please visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com for more information and other events
 

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Gary Romano

Quincy Chamber of Commerce
06-23-2018Waffle Breakfast
06-23-2018NA Meeting
06-23-2018AA Meeting
06-23-201817th Annual Garden Tour by Soroptimist International of Quincy
Saturday, June 23, 2018

9am to 2 pm
Tickets $12 pre-sale or $15 on day of tour.  Participating gardens are listed on the tickets.
Contact us at 530-283-2265 or 530 283-0957

Tickets available in Quincy at Carey Candy, Gray's Flower Garden Ranchito Motel, Quincy Hot Spot, Quincy Pharmacy. 
In Portola at Addies Floral Cottage & Plumas Bank.  

Tickets benefit Soroptimist International of Quincy's scholarships and service projects.  
Raffle for Wheelbarrow filled with garden goodies sold separately.  

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Mary Edwards
06-23-2018Movie: "Avengers: Infinity War"
All the heroes are on screen for this unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

This 149 minute Action Adventure Fantasy film is Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, language and some crude references.

http://marvel.com/movies/movie/223/avengers_infinity_war

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06-23-2018Musical Celebration of God's Amazing Grace
Free admission.

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Nina
06-24-2018Cub Scout Pack 151 MeetingRick Fletcher
06-24-2018AA Meeting
06-24-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
06-24-2018Methodist Church Worship Service
Worship service followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Sunday School for elementary school students and free childcare available.

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06-24-2018Ascent Christian Ministries
For weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers.  Soup and salad potluck included.

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Daniel Hanna
06-24-2018Movie: "Avengers: Infinity War"
All the heroes are on screen for this unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

This 149 minute Action Adventure Fantasy film is Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, language and some crude references.

http://marvel.com/movies/movie/223/avengers_infinity_war

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06-24-2018Movie: "Avengers: Infinity War"
All the heroes are on screen for this unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

This 149 minute Action Adventure Fantasy film is Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, language and some crude references.

http://marvel.com/movies/movie/223/avengers_infinity_war

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06-24-2018Baker Cypress Field Trip
This is a unique opportunity to join USFS Hydrologist Kelby Gardiner as he leads a tour of the Mud Lake Research Natural Area (MLRNA).  He'll discuss the regeneration of rare fire-adapted Baker Cypress conifers.  The MLRNA is one of only two areas in Plumas National Forest that host the Baker Cypress.  We'll also bird the area!!

Where:  Meet in the parking lot behind Pangaea in Quincy, CA at 8am.  We'll carpool to the T at Hwy 89 and Arlington Road where participants coming from the Chester/Almanor area can meet up and then carpool over to the Moonlight Fire Area east of Taylorsville.  High profile vehicles recommended - it's a bumpy ride!
 
Bring:  Snacks, water, hiking gear (sturdy shoes a must), hat and remember to wear sunscreen/bug repellant!!!  No dogs please.
06-25-2018NA Meeting
06-25-2018Rotary Club Meeting
06-25-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
06-25-2018AA Meeting
06-25-2018Movie: "Avengers: Infinity War"
All the heroes are on screen for this unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

This 149 minute Action Adventure Fantasy film is Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, language and some crude references.

http://marvel.com/movies/movie/223/avengers_infinity_war

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06-25-2018
-06-29-2018
Vacation Bible SchoolNina or Helene
06-26-2018AA Meeting
06-26-2018NA Meeting
06-26-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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06-26-2018Taco Tuesdays
Chicken, beef or mushroom

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06-26-2018U-Pick Strawberry Evening
06-26-2018Taco Tuesdays
3 tacos for $6.50!  Starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends when they're gone!

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06-26-2018Mystery Dinner Theater
Theme: "I Loathe a Parade", hosted by Moon's Restaurant and benefiting QHS Varsity Volleyball.  Refreshments at 5:30 p.m., Dinner at 6:00.  $25.00 each includes dinner and show.  Silent auction and no host bar.

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Michelle Abramson
06-27-2018American Valley Toastmasters
06-27-2018Elks Meeting
06-27-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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06-27-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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06-27-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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06-27-2018AA Meeting
06-27-2018AA Meeting
06-27-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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06-28-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
06-28-2018Tourism Council Meeting
All are welcome.

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06-28-2018Plumas Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Coalition
Focused on reducing alcohol, tobacco and other drug problems in Plumas County.

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06-28-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
06-28-2018AA Meeting
06-28-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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06-28-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

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Rose Buzetta
06-28-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

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06-28-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
06-28-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
06-28-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

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06-28-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
06-28-2018Karaoke Thursdays
06-28-2018Quincy Certified Farmers' Market
Fresh produce, prepared foods, entertainment and more!

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06-28-2018Sushi Night
Enjoy sushi!  Menu available online at pangaeapub.com!

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06-28-2018Veteran's Collaborative Group Meeting
The guest speaker will be Brad Long, Regional Director Veterans Resource Centers of America. He will speak about housing resources for veterans at risk of homelessness or who are already homeless.

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06-29-2018Age Well, Drive Smart Driving Course
Provides aging drivers with instruction on driving safer and driving longer.

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06-29-2018Live Music!
Live music every Friday featuring local musicians. Grab some dinner from The Knook restaurant next door and enjoy a glass or two of wine with friends after work!

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06-29-2018AA Meeting
06-29-2018NA Meeting
06-29-2018Movie: "Deadpool 2"
After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover.

• This 119 minute Action Adventure Comedy is Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, sexual references and brief drug material

http://www.deadpoolcore.com

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06-29-2018All-Women's Comedy Show
Pachuca Productions Presents.

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06-29-2018Community Volunteer Day for Conservation Work
Sierra Institute partners with Plumas National Forest for conservation work at Butterfly Valley.  Work 2-4 p.m. followed by BBQ from 4-6 p.m.  Snacks and drinks provided during volunteer hours.
06-30-2018NA Meeting
06-30-2018AA Meeting
06-30-2018Voice of Plumas Audition
06-30-2018Movie: "Deadpool 2"
After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover.

• This 119 minute Action Adventure Comedy is Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, sexual references and brief drug material

http://www.deadpoolcore.com

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07-01-2018Cub Scout Pack 151 MeetingRick Fletcher
07-01-2018AA Meeting
07-01-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
07-01-2018Methodist Church Worship Service
Worship service followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Sunday School for elementary school students and free childcare available.

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07-01-2018Ascent Christian Ministries
For weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers.  Soup and salad potluck included.

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Daniel Hanna
07-01-2018Movie: "Deadpool 2"
After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover.

• This 119 minute Action Adventure Comedy is Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, sexual references and brief drug material

http://www.deadpoolcore.com

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07-01-2018Movie: "Deadpool 2"
After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover.

• This 119 minute Action Adventure Comedy is Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, sexual references and brief drug material

http://www.deadpoolcore.com

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07-02-2018NA Meeting
07-02-2018Rotary Club Meeting
07-02-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
07-02-2018AA Meeting
07-02-2018Movie: "Deadpool 2"
After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover.

• This 119 minute Action Adventure Comedy is Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, sexual references and brief drug material

http://www.deadpoolcore.com

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07-03-2018AA Meeting
07-03-2018NA Meeting
07-03-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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07-03-2018Taco Tuesdays
Chicken, beef or mushroom

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07-03-2018U-Pick Strawberry Evening
07-03-2018Taco Tuesdays
3 tacos for $6.50!  Starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends when they're gone!

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07-04-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
07-04-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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07-04-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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07-04-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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07-04-2018AA Meeting
07-04-2018AA Meeting
07-04-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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07-05-2018Lions Club Meeting
07-05-2018Plumas District Hospital Volunteers Meeting
07-05-2018Peripheral Neuropathy Support GroupStacey
07-05-2018Second Horizon Club Meeting
07-05-2018Plumas District Hospital Regular Board Meeting
07-05-2018Plumas County Fish & Game Commission Meeting
07-05-2018
-07-08-2018
28th Annual High Sierra Music Festival
4 day world class music festival comes to Quincy, hosted in the beautiful Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Multiple stages, dozens of bands + fun for the family, food court, vendors and more. Buy tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/high-sierra-music-festival-2018-tickets-39928507240?aff=menubutton

Please note that Plumas Arts DOES NOT sell tickets to this event. You must purchase online at highsierramusic.com

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07-05-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
07-05-2018AA Meeting
07-05-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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07-05-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

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Rose Buzetta
07-05-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

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07-05-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
07-05-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
07-05-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

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07-05-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
07-05-2018Karaoke Thursdays
07-05-2018Quincy Certified Farmers' Market
Fresh produce, prepared foods, entertainment and more!

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07-05-2018Sushi Night
Enjoy sushi!  Menu available online at pangaeapub.com!

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07-06-2018Artist's Opening Reception
Reception for featured artist, meet the artist and enjoy drinks and nibbles at Quincy's artist co-op gallery. 

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07-06-2018Artist's Opening Reception
Plumas Arts Gallery welcomes a new exhibition. Meet the artist and enjoy light refreshments. 

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07-06-2018NARFE - Feather River Chapter 2236 Meeting
Federal employees, spouses and guests, welcome.  Call for details on location, Dick Castaldini, 283-1349 or Greg Margason, 283-0686.
07-06-2018Live Music!
Live music every Friday featuring local musicians. Grab some dinner from The Knook restaurant next door and enjoy a glass or two of wine with friends after work!

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07-06-2018AA Meeting
07-06-2018NA Meeting
07-07-2018Plumas Milky Moms Support Group for Breastfeeding Moms
All moms of infants and young children welcome whether breastfeeding or not, older siblings welcome.

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07-07-2018Summerfest at White Sulphur Springs Ranch
    The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council is presenting its 10 annual fundraiser to support the restoration of the historic White Sulphur Springs Ranch in Clio, CA.  

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John Lullo
07-07-2018NA Meeting
07-07-2018AA Meeting
07-07-2018Long Valley Fire Dept. 50/50 Swap MeetSteve McDowell
07-08-2018AA Meeting
07-08-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
07-08-2018Methodist Church Worship Service
Worship service followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Sunday School for elementary school students and free childcare available.

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07-08-2018Ascent Christian Ministries
For weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers.  Soup and salad potluck included.

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Daniel Hanna
07-09-2018Grand Jury Assoc. of Plumas County
07-09-2018Masons Lodge #60 Meeting
07-09-2018NA Meeting
07-09-2018Rotary Club Meeting
07-09-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
07-09-2018AA Meeting
07-09-2018
-07-13-2018
Summer Drama Camp (1st-3rd Grades)
10:00 a.m. - Noon Monday-Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Friday

Theme this year is Renaissance Faire!  Pre-registration requested; forms can be found online.

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07-09-2018
-07-13-2018
Summer Drama Camp (4th - 8th Grades)
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Friday

Theme this year is Renaissance Faire!  Pre-registration requested; forms can be found online.

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07-10-2018Plumas Family Child Care Association MeetingYolanda Wood
07-10-2018Knitting & Crochet Group MeetingMagdi
07-10-2018Quincy Chamber of Commerce Board MeetingCheryl Kolb
07-10-2018AA Meeting
07-10-2018NA Meeting
07-10-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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07-10-2018Taco Tuesdays
Chicken, beef or mushroom

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07-10-2018U-Pick Strawberry Evening
07-10-2018Taco Tuesdays
3 tacos for $6.50!  Starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends when they're gone!

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07-11-2018American Valley Toastmasters
07-11-2018Elks Meeting
07-11-2018Women's Cancer Support Group
Call Michelle at 283-0174 or Shirley at 283-2335

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07-11-2018American Valley 4-HMargie
07-11-2018Quincy/Plumas Computer Users Group
07-11-2018Plumas Chapter OES 246
07-11-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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07-11-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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07-11-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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07-11-2018AA Meeting
07-11-2018AA Meeting
07-11-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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07-12-2018Plumas County Fire Safe Council Meeting
Open to the public. 

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07-12-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
07-12-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
07-12-2018AA Meeting
07-12-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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07-12-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

more info...
Rose Buzetta
07-12-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

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07-12-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
07-12-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
07-12-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

more info...
07-12-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
07-12-2018Karaoke Thursdays
07-12-2018Quincy Certified Farmers' Market
Fresh produce, prepared foods, entertainment and more!

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07-12-2018Sushi Night
Enjoy sushi!  Menu available online at pangaeapub.com!

more info...
07-13-2018Live Music!
Live music every Friday featuring local musicians. Grab some dinner from The Knook restaurant next door and enjoy a glass or two of wine with friends after work!

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07-13-2018AA Meeting
07-13-2018NA Meeting
07-14-2018Speedway Racing at American Valley Speedway
Sport Mods, Hobby Stocks, Mini Stocks and NV Pro Stocks.

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07-14-2018NA Meeting
07-14-2018AA Meeting
07-15-2018AA Meeting
07-15-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
07-15-2018Methodist Church Worship Service
Worship service followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Sunday School for elementary school students and free childcare available.

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07-15-2018Ascent Christian Ministries
For weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers.  Soup and salad potluck included.

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Daniel Hanna
07-16-2018NA Meeting
07-16-2018Rotary Club Meeting
07-16-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
07-16-2018AA Meeting
07-17-2018AA Meeting
07-17-2018NA Meeting
07-17-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

more info...
07-17-2018Taco Tuesdays
Chicken, beef or mushroom

more info...
07-17-2018U-Pick Strawberry Evening
07-17-2018Taco Tuesdays
3 tacos for $6.50!  Starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends when they're gone!

more info...
07-18-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
07-18-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

more info...
07-18-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

more info...
07-18-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

more info...
07-18-2018AA Meeting
07-18-2018AA Meeting
07-18-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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07-18-201820,000 Lives Quarterly Meeting
07-19-2018Lions Club Meeting
07-19-2018Second Horizon Club Meeting
07-19-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
07-19-2018AA Meeting
07-19-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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07-19-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

more info...
Rose Buzetta
07-19-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

more info...
07-19-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
07-19-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
07-19-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

more info...
07-19-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
07-19-2018Karaoke Thursdays
07-19-2018Quincy Certified Farmers' Market
Fresh produce, prepared foods, entertainment and more!

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07-19-2018Sushi Night
Enjoy sushi!  Menu available online at pangaeapub.com!

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07-20-2018
-07-22-2018
JoshuaFest
Featuring Crowder, Lecrae, Kevin Max, Family Force S, Manafest, Disciple, Propaganda, Remedy Drive, Silent Planet, Wolves at the Gate, Phinehas, Project 86, Spoken, Stephen Christian, Matt & Toby, Lost Dogs, Derri Daughtry, Terry Scott Taylor, Steve Hindalong, Michael Roe, DJ Lala Blaze, Prophocey, Yung Justus, Justin Gambino, First Sons, Weak Strong, Slow Coming Day, His Piper, The Sad Toms, Cardboard Boys, Jack McCain, Hiz Nation, Heart Like War, Subvoltage, Dylan Nowak, Metaphor is Audio, Aaron Ray, Orion Walsh, Asfirefalls, Mirror Mosaic, Tarisai Vushe, Waltz Entre el Cielo y la Tierra, Small Hat, DJ Hunts, Lori Marvin, Mainsail, Changing Names, The Herald, Tonight We Rise, Mark J. The Poet, Tim & The Glory Boys and many more!

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07-20-2018Live Music!
Live music every Friday featuring local musicians. Grab some dinner from The Knook restaurant next door and enjoy a glass or two of wine with friends after work!

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07-20-2018AA Meeting
07-20-2018NA Meeting
07-21-2018NA Meeting
07-21-2018AA Meeting
07-22-2018Cub Scout Pack 151 MeetingRick Fletcher
07-22-2018AA Meeting
07-22-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
07-22-2018Methodist Church Worship Service
Worship service followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Sunday School for elementary school students and free childcare available.

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07-22-2018Ascent Christian Ministries
For weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers.  Soup and salad potluck included.

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Daniel Hanna
07-23-2018
-07-27-2018
Rolling River Rampage Vacation Bible School
"Experience the Ride of a Lifetime with God!"  Registration starts at 8:45 a.m.

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07-23-2018NA Meeting
07-23-2018Rotary Club Meeting
07-23-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
07-23-2018AA Meeting
07-24-2018AA Meeting
07-24-2018NA Meeting
07-24-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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07-24-2018Taco Tuesdays
Chicken, beef or mushroom

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07-24-2018U-Pick Strawberry Evening
07-24-2018Taco Tuesdays
3 tacos for $6.50!  Starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends when they're gone!

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07-25-2018Quincy Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting
07-25-2018American Valley Toastmasters
07-25-2018Elks Meeting
07-25-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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07-25-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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07-25-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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07-25-2018AA Meeting
07-25-2018AA Meeting
07-25-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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07-26-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
07-26-2018Tourism Council Meeting
All are welcome.

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07-26-2018Plumas Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Coalition
Focused on reducing alcohol, tobacco and other drug problems in Plumas County.

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07-26-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
07-26-2018AA Meeting
07-26-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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07-26-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

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Rose Buzetta
07-26-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

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07-26-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
07-26-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
07-26-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

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07-26-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
07-26-2018Karaoke Thursdays
07-26-2018Quincy Certified Farmers' Market
Fresh produce, prepared foods, entertainment and more!

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07-26-2018Sushi Night
Enjoy sushi!  Menu available online at pangaeapub.com!

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07-27-2018Peard Trucking Night at American Valley Speedway
Mods, Sports Mods, Hobby Stocks and Mini Stocks.

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07-27-2018Antsy McClain at the Town Hall Theatre
Antsy McClain is one of those rare performers who can have you laughing hysterically and shedding a tear – often within the same song. In the last few years, McClain has been playing a lot of solo acoustic shows, but still plays with his band, The Trailer Park Troubadours, who bring their masterful touch to his live shows. Whether alone with his guitar, or with a group of other musicians, Antsy McClain creates an unforgettable night of music, theater and storytelling. Others have called him “a national treasure” (Modesto Bee), and “a creative force whose roots lie in songwriters like John Prine, Kris Kristofferson and Guy Clark” (Houston Chronicle), and “a happier, funnier Bob Dylan.” (his Uncle Fred). Whoever you think his influences might be, you will likely think of him as a friend after attending one of his concerts, due to his casual, approachable presentation and the relatable nature of his songs.


Read more about Antsy and see video here: http://unhitched.com/antsys-bio/

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07-27-2018Live Music!
Live music every Friday featuring local musicians. Grab some dinner from The Knook restaurant next door and enjoy a glass or two of wine with friends after work!

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07-27-2018AA Meeting
07-27-2018NA Meeting
07-28-2018Peard Trucking Night at American Valley Speedway
Mods, Sports Mods, Hobby Stocks and Mini Stocks.

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07-28-2018Waffle Breakfast
07-28-2018NA Meeting
07-28-2018AA Meeting
07-29-2018AA Meeting
07-29-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
07-29-2018Methodist Church Worship Service
Worship service followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Sunday School for elementary school students and free childcare available.

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07-29-2018Ascent Christian Ministries
For weekend workers, weekend warriors and lost and found adventurers.  Soup and salad potluck included.

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Daniel Hanna
07-30-2018NA Meeting
07-30-2018Rotary Club Meeting
07-30-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
07-30-2018AA Meeting
07-31-2018AA Meeting
07-31-2018NA Meeting
07-31-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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07-31-2018Taco Tuesdays
Chicken, beef or mushroom

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07-31-2018U-Pick Strawberry Evening
07-31-2018Taco Tuesdays
3 tacos for $6.50!  Starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends when they're gone!

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08-01-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
08-01-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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08-01-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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08-01-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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08-01-2018AA Meeting
08-01-2018AA Meeting
08-01-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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08-02-2018Lions Club Meeting
08-02-2018Plumas District Hospital Volunteers Meeting
08-02-2018Peripheral Neuropathy Support GroupStacey
08-02-2018Second Horizon Club Meeting
08-02-2018Plumas District Hospital Regular Board Meeting
08-02-2018Plumas County Fish & Game Commission Meeting
08-03-2018Artist's Opening Reception
Reception for featured artist, meet the artist and enjoy drinks and nibbles at Quincy's artist co-op gallery. 

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08-03-2018Artist's Opening Reception
Plumas Arts Gallery welcomes a new exhibition. Meet the artist and enjoy light refreshments. 

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08-03-2018NARFE - Feather River Chapter 2236 Meeting
Federal employees, spouses and guests, welcome.  Call for details on location, Dick Castaldini, 283-1349 or Greg Margason, 283-0686.
08-04-2018Mohawk Trading Co John & Jessica Papenhausen Night at American Valley Speedway
Mods, Hobby Stocks and Mini Stocks.

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08-04-2018Plumas Milky Moms Support Group for Breastfeeding Moms
All moms of infants and young children welcome whether breastfeeding or not, older siblings welcome.

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08-05-2018Cub Scout Pack 151 MeetingRick Fletcher
08-08-2018Plumas-Sierra County Fair
Details coming soon!
08-08-2018American Valley Toastmasters
08-08-2018Elks Meeting
08-08-2018Women's Cancer Support Group
Call Michelle at 283-0174 or Shirley at 283-2335

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08-08-2018American Valley 4-HMargie
08-08-2018Quincy/Plumas Computer Users Group
08-08-2018Plumas Chapter OES 246
08-09-2018Plumas-Sierra County Fair
Details coming soon!
08-09-2018Plumas County Fire Safe Council Meeting
Open to the public. 

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08-09-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
08-10-2018Plumas-Sierra County Fair
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08-11-2018Plumas-Sierra County Fair
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08-11-2018Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade
Details coming soon!

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08-11-2018Saturday Night at the Fair Enduro Race
08-12-2018Plumas-Sierra County Fair
Details coming soon!
08-12-2018Sunday Fair Race - Mohawk Trading Co John & Jessica Papenhausen Night at American Valley Speedway
Mods, Sports Mods, Hobby Stocks and Mini Stocks

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08-13-2018Grand Jury Assoc. of Plumas County
08-13-2018Masons Lodge #60 Meeting
08-14-2018Knitting & Crochet Group MeetingMagdi
08-15-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
08-16-2018Lions Club Meeting
08-16-2018Second Horizon Club Meeting
08-24-2018
-08-26-2018
Grebe Festival
Lake Almanor is the place to be the weekend of August 24th through 26th as we celebrate the extraordinary “dancing” grebes with our third annual Grebe Festival centered in Chester, CA.   Western and Clark’s Grebes (Aechmophorus occidentalis and A. clarkii) nest on Lake Almanor which is considered an Important Bird Area by National Audubon and which has grown in its importance as a breeding site for these grebes in recent years as drought has caused loss of nesting habitat elsewhere.  Late August is a great time to view the grebes as they are still nesting on the lake in colonies, racing across the water in their incredible “rushing” displays, and when babies are hatching and climbing aboard their parents’ backs.
 Kayak and pontoon field trips will allow festival-goers to get an up-close (but not too close!) look at nesting grebes.  A variety of other field trips around the Lake Almanor basin and Lassen National Park will be sure to satisfy!  For more information, please visit www.plumasaudubon.org/grebe-festival

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Teresa Arrate
08-25-2018Bob Oliver - Competition Carburetion Night at American Valley Speedway
08-31-2018
-09-02-2018
2nd Annual Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival
A celebration of rural life, this festival features Americana music and square dancing as just two of the highlights.

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09-11-2018Plumas Family Child Care Association MeetingYolanda Wood
09-12-2018Wild & Scenic Film Festival
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival held each January in Nevada City, California is a kick-off for Wild & Scenic On Tour which travels to more than 100 communities and continues to grow every year. At Wild & Scenic, film-goers are transformed into a congregation of committed activists, dedicated to saving our increasingly threatened planet. We show environmental and adventure films that illustrate the Earth’s beauty, the challenges facing our planet, and the work communities around the world are doing to protect the environment. Through film, Wild & Scenic On Tour is building a grassroots network connected by a common goal–to inspire people and unite communities to heal the earth. $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

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09-14-2018
-09-16-2018
Beemer Bash
Our club promotes safe riding while exploring the wonders of the western United States and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow members. We feature many events throughout the year and a monthly newsletter to keep our members up to date with new club information and member submissions. Folks come from across the country to join us for fun in California, so why not you? We hope to see you at one of next events!