DateEventContact

Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce
04-30-2015Spring Mixer Carol's Cafe & Deli
Annual Spring Mixer at Carol's Cafe & Deli. Join us!

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Chamber Staff
05-02-2015Vehicle Free Day At Lassen National Park 2015
Enjoy walking, running, or biking on the park highway vehicle-free! Come prepared for cool weather especially in the early morning and late evening. Don't forget clothing layers, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. Restrooms will be available at various stops along the highway. Water will be available only at the Loomis Museum, Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, and Lassen Peak parking area. Leashed pets are permitted on pavement.

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Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center
05-13-2015Chamber Board of Directors Meeting
Always held at 12pm at Plumas Bank. All members welcome. Public comment at 1:30.

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Kim James
05-16-2015
-05-17-2015
Indian Valley Wide Yard Sales
Antiques, estate goods, garage finds, and attic treasures are sure to please a wide variety of folks looking for great items from the past, or great items for everday use. You will fins it all on this weekend from new soaps and lotions to estate jewelry treasures. Many times tires, tools and garage goodies are featured as well. People do their Spring cleaning and the end result is lots of treasures to be had by folks from all over California. There will be maps in all Indian Valley communities, stores, and businesses. The Welcome to Indian Valley signs will have some maps too. This is an IVCC sponsored event and there is a charge for the participants to set up and sell, and they will be identified by laminated signs posted at the official locations. Call the chamber office at 530.284.6633 Thanks So Much!

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Jeff Titcomb
05-21-2015Lake Almanor Chamber Annual Spring Membership Meeting
The Lake Almanor Chamber's Annual Spring Meeting will include Elections, Booths, Cocktails & Speakers.

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Kim James
05-23-2015Indian Valley Century Rides

A Short Ride is now offered on flat ground that is from GHS parking lot to Taylorsville, and then back to Greenville, which is 30 miles.

All 3 rides begin in Greenville at the Greenville High School. About 30 miles from there in Genesee, California is our picturesque lunch stop and turn around for the Metric ride. For the 100 hundred mile riders, the fruit and drink rest stop is another 17 miles and a 1,500 foot climb at Antelope Lake in the Stunning Plumas National Forest. The 100 mile riders lunch stop is on the return trip down to Genesee with juice and fruit stops in between.

The Metric Ride is Fast and Flat, along rich pasture, and grazing land, with streams and Wonderful various trees. The 100 mile riders climb is moderate, and up around Antelope Lake before it’s return to the valley floor. Return to Greenville and showers are to be had at the Greenville High School. Please bring a towel.

Included in the fee is a lunch, rest stops, SAG wagon, and a shower at the end.

The ride will be staged and happen Rain or Shine! No Refunds, Sorry.


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Jeff Titcomb
06-07-2015Drakesbad BBQ Mixer
Drakesbad has generously invtied the community to their opening weekend for a BBQ Lunch Mixer from 1PM to 2PM on Sunday June 7th. Please make a reservation. We hope to see you there. If folks would like to use the pool, please bring towels and a bathing suit. This will be a great opportunity to meet the new Host and Co Host, Jeff Deming and Nina Reierson.
06-10-2015Chamber Board of Directors Meeting
Always held at 12pm at Plumas Bank. All members welcome. Public comment at 1:30.

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Kim James
06-20-201533rd Annual Mile High 100 Bike Ride
33rd Annual Mile High 100. Three scenic routes to choose from, all encompassing beautiful Lake Almanor. A 33 mile, 56 mile, or 108 mile to choose from. Come out for a day of great cycling, wonderful food, relaxing entertainment and lots of fun. Online registration ends May 15th. Register by May 15th to guarantee your T-shirt size, and save $5.00 On-site registration will be held on Friday evening, 6/19/15 (6-9 pm) and Saturday morning (6-9 am), June 20th at the Chester Park. On-site registration will be subject to an additional $15.00 fee for same-day registration.

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Kim James
06-27-2015Art Around the Lake
Feather River Fine Arts Guild
Open studios and group venues in the Almanor Basin. Artists in Action and displays of student art at most locations. Featuring: Fine art, originals, prints and cards. Photography, Precious metal Jewelry, Fiber Arts, Pottery and Ceramics.

 

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Pam Trebes
07-04-2015Chester Classic 4th of July Run
3.25 Mile run starting at Collins Pine Lawn.  Follows parade route down Main Street turning down Feather River and onto the trail behind Collins Pine Lumber Company.  Walk or run.  Costume contest. 

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Shane Bergmann
07-04-20154th of July Parade, Main Street Chester
The 2015 4th of July Parade begins at 11 am at Collins Pine Park and rolls down Main Street Chester to the Meadow. This year's theme, "Blast From the Past"!!

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Chamber Office Staff
07-25-2015Mid-Summer Madness
Party with a Purpose- Outdoor party at Bailey Creek, Food tasting, drink tasting, Live Music, Live auction, silent auction, dj and dancing. Sponsored by Elks and Rotary. The premier party in the Basin.

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Dennis Gomez

Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce
04-02-2015
-04-30-2015
Light it up Blue National Autism Awareness Month
Horses Unlimited, Inc.  is Lighting it up Blue for The National Autism Awarenesss month April 2nd is the Light up day . Join us in Lighting up Blue.  Also April 18th 3:00- 6:00 @   
Indian Peak Vineyards Downtown Graeagle Ca.                                               for more info

akappygirl@gmail.com  or 530-927-8361  ask for Kim        

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Kim Walker
05-02-2015
-09-30-2015
Western Pacific Railroad Museum
Join us for the 2015 opening of the Western Pacific Railroad Museum.
The Museum is open to the public 7 days a week from 10 am to 5 pm. 
The Caboose Train operates on the weekends from 11 am to 4 pm.
The Museum closes for the season November 1st.

We also feature the Run A Locomotive Program.  Please see web site for more details

 

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Debra Baer
05-09-2015Sierra Valley Friends of NRA Annual Fundraising Ev
Join us for the Sierra Valley Friends of NRA Annual Fundraising Event on Saturday, May 9th, at 5:30pm!  Tickets are $50/person, includes dinner and access to games, raffles, and auctions - must be purchased in advance, please call Tyler at 530-249-2848.  Pre-event raffle tickets, sponsorships, dinner packages, and underwriting opportunities also available, call for more information!

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Tyler McGarr
05-23-2015High Sierra Animal Rescue - Paws on Parade
PAWS ON PARADE

SAT. MAY 23, 2015
10 AM- 3PM

A fundraiser to benefit High Sierra Animal Rescue

Walk to Save Homeless Pets- Registration begins 10:00am
Free Family Festival until 3:00pm

HSAR Alumni Parade, Contests, Vendors, Music and More
in Graeagle, CA

To register or for more information visit
www.highsierraanimalrescue.org/events/paws-on-parade
(530)832-4727

 

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Lori Lotts
05-23-2015
-05-24-2015
Memorial Weekend Shop-Hop!
Visit each of our downtown shops and enter to win the Grand Prize! This annual event kicks off our summer season. It's free to enter, so come check out all the cute little red shops!!

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Nancy Degger
05-30-2015Quincy Crazy Quilters


Quincy Crazy Quilters
May 30 (one day only)
Hours: 10-5
204 Fairground Rd., Quincy, CA
Plumas Co. Fairgrounds

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05-30-2015Crazy About Quilts Quilt Show & Tea
Crazy About Quilts
Quilt Show & Tea
May 30, 2015
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds, 208 Fairgrounds Road, Quincy, CA
Admission: $8 at door, under 10s free
Featured Quilter: Donna Meyers
Information: Carolyn Kenney, 530-283-2954
 

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Carolyn Kenney
05-30-2015Lost and Found Bike Race

The Lost & Found course features a perfect blend of pavement, dirt road, gravel road and historic railroad grade. Racers must choose their weapon wisely (road bike, cross bike or mountain bike).

The route is 100 miles with 7,000' of elevation gain and is 80% dirt. Also available are two shorter course options; 30 miles and 60 miles.

The BIG route starts at Lake Davis, located 15 minutes north of Portola, and takes racers on a rolling tour around the lake, up into the surrounding mountains and then sends them through some of the most beautiful and empty alpine valleys California has to offer.

Participants can choose to race or simply ride the route and take advantage of the quality aid stations. Racers and riders from around the world will be invited to lose themselves and find this two-wheeled paradise.


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Tara Stone
06-05-2015
-06-06-2015
Sierra Cascade Street Rodders Show & Shine
“HAPPY DAYS”
FRIDAY NIGHT HANGOUT
JUNE 5th BEGINNING @ 4 PM
SHOW & SHINE
FOOD, BEER & MUSIC ON THE GRASS AT THE FAIRGROUNDS 


26th Annual
SHOW & SHINE
SATURDAY JUNE 6, 2015
PLUMAS SIERRA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS - QUINCY, CA.
In conjunction with the 27th Annual OLD FASHION COUNTY PICNIC
GOOD FAMILY FUN FOR EVERYONE (HELD RAIN OR SHINE)
PANCAKE BREAKFAST, VENDORS, FOOD, raffle AND MORE

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Mike Kirk President
06-13-2015Cemetery Tour
Cemetery Tour

June 13, 2015
Beckwourth
Details TBA

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06-19-2015EPHC Foundation Annual Golf Tournament
EPHC Foundation Golf Tournament.
Plumas Pines Golf Course
 

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Regina Martinez
06-27-2015SIQ Garden Tour
The 15th Annual SIQ Garden Tour to be held June 27, 2015 from 9am to 2pm.  Presale tickets are $10 and $12 on the day of the event.  Tickets can be purchased from any Soroptomist members or at various merchants.  For more information please call Krissy at 530-394-0941.

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Krissy Bednarski
07-03-2015Graeagle Independence Day Celebration
Annual Graeagle Independence Day Celebration

Fireworks
Graeagle Millpond
Fri. July 3rd @Dusk
 

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07-04-2015Street Dance At The Barn
Street Dance at the Barn

Sat. July 4th
White Barn @ the corner of Hwy. 70 and Hwy. 89
Time TBA

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07-04-20154th of July Fun Run 5k & 10k
4th of July 5k & 10k Fun Run!

Saturday, July 4th
Registration begins @ 6am
FREE Kids race starts at 8 am ( Age 6 & ender only )
Adult race starts 8:15 am
T-shirts for adult participants & medals for children.
Registration and cost $25.00



Please contact Eastern Plumas Chamber for information (530)836-6811 or click here to register

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EPCC
07-05-2015Independence Day Parade
Independence Day Parade

Sun. July 5th
Graeagle
Time TBA

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07-05-2015Tri Graeagle Triathalon
Community Multisport Events 

Tri Graeagle Triathalon
July 5th

Details to Follow!!
 

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Alice Berg
07-17-2015Portola Concerts in the Park
Portola Concerts in the Park

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Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce
07-18-2015Bow-Wow at Nakoma
TBD

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Lori Lotts
07-18-2015
-07-19-2015
Graeagle Arts and Craft Fair
 Graeagle Crafts Fair will take place at the Graeagle Park in downtown Graeagle on Saturday July 18 and on Sunday July 19  from 10 am until 4 pm. For more information contact Bridgette at (775) 825-3679. 

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Bridgette
07-24-2015Portola Concerts in the Park
Portola Concerts in the Park

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Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce

Quincy Chamber of Commerce
04-28-2015Elevate Tahoe Farmers Fair and Film Showing
Free Event.  Food innovations at 6000'.

Farmers Fair at 5:00.  Film screening at 7:00.

April 28          FOOD INNOVATIONS: FILM & FARMERS FAIR
 
The Town Hall Theatre will host a FREE screening of short documentary film ELEVATE TAHOE: FOOD INNOVATIONS AT 6,000 FEET. The film, produced in collaboration between Moonshine Ink, SBS Media House and the Tahoe Truckee Foundation, showcases how individuals and organizations in our neighboring Tahoe region address access to fresh food and the gardening challenges that come with life at our higher elevation climates.
 
Elevate Tahoe offers us ideas that we can emulate, localize and share in our communities. The event is very much intended to give us some clear and simple ideas about what we can do to make sure that we can all eat healthier and support our local economy and introduce you some of the food solution innovators right in our back yard.
 
In addition to the film screening there will be a FOOD & FARMERS FAIR on the street from 5 to 7pm in front of the theatre with information, plant starts and the friendly faces of folks that our working to produce and supply our community with healthy.
 
After the film there will be presentations by the filmmakers, film star Gary Romano of Sierra Valley Farms, Elizabeth Powell & Brian Sundberg for the: Plumas County Farm Guild, High Sierra Harvest and Feather River Grange as well as the Plumas County Public Health Agency.
 
Some information about the presenters their work and the efforts taking place locally:
Gary Romano of Sierra Valley Farms A Sierra Valley farmer extends his growing season with an underground bunker that provides greens to Truckee/Tahoe in the dead of winter. The family farm is owned and operated by Gary, His father, Louis and son, Joey Romano. Sierra Valley Farms diverse operation includes growing and production of native plants, a wide range of cool-season vegetables and some fruits, micro greens, herbs, wasabi, and value-added condiments. The farm hosts an “on-farm” farmers market, restaurant CSA’s, and a “Dinner in the Barn” summer series. http://new.sierravalleyfarms.com
 
The Plumas County Farm Guild is a group of Plumas County farm and ranchers in the infancy stages organization. Meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at 5 PM at the Quincy Natural Foods demonstration building across from the store. Though all Plumas County farmers and ranchers are welcome, there is a core group of farmers currently attending the meetings. This core group of people realize that the word “local” has become white washed and bland and is taking the concept back by developing-- with help from a 20,000 lives mini grant-- a "Plumas Grown" campaign and logo that will appear on their products, on shelf tags and in stores. A current list of Farmers in the Guild are Sundberg Growers - Brian and Presley Sundberg , Sasquatch Farms - Jon McCormick, Shoofly Farm - Dax Albrecht and Kari O'Riley, Bike Basket Growers - Vanessa Vasquez and Greg Willard, Follow Your Heart Farm - Ann Bullard  and Laura Rodriguez, 5 Foot Farm - Cody Reed and Elizabeth Powell 
Elizabeth Powell got hooked on farming at an early age, and over the past 10 years she has worked to grow the local food and farming movement. Each summer she can be found distributing locally grown food to members of the High Altitude Harvest CSA and running the 2.5 acre Five Foot Farm in Quincy with her farming partner Cody Reed. Elizabeth is grateful to have the camaraderie and support network created by the growing posse of Plumas County farmers. Most recently, the Plumas Farmers Guild have worked together to create a new Plumas Grown logo to help shoppers easily identify products grown in our communities. 
 
Plumas County Public Health Agency will provide information about using CalFresh benefits to purchase plant starts and seeds (which a lot of people don’t know you can do), as well as other healthy eating material
Plumas Arts is pleased to present this event in partnership with the Plumas County Public Health Agency, Quincy Natural Foods and the Plumas Farmers Guild. This is part of a series of films is made possible with a 20,000 Lives targeted grant.
 
PHOTO CAPTIONS:
Vanessa Vasquez (pictured) and Greg Willard of Bike Basket Growers are members of the Plumas County Farmers Guild.
 
Brian Sundberg (pictured) and wife Presley form Sundberg Growers and are leaders in the movement to recognize and promote the efforts of local farmers.
 
Elizabeth Powell (left) is a pioneer in the locally grown food movement. She and farming partner Cody Reed own and operate the 2.5 acre Five Foot Farm in Quincy
 
Gary Romano of Sierra Valley farms
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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04-29-2015Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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04-30-2015Music Lessons & Jam NightsDoug Sheehy
05-01-2015Rhythm & Grace Dance Revue
Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio presents the annual Rhythm & Grace Dance Revue.  Friday, May 1st 2015 at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy, Ca.  Show starts at 6:00pm and doors open at 5:30pm.  General admission is $5.00 and tickets are on sale now at Carey Candy Co., The Toy Store, Main Street Styles & Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio. 

Featuring a variety of dances in ballet, lyrical, tap, jazz and hip hop as well as guest performances from three of the 2015 Quincy's Dancing with the Stars competitors.  It's a show you won't want to miss. 

Beverages including wine and beer as well as a variety of desserts will be available for purchase that night. 

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Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio
05-01-2015Plumas Audubon Bird Walk Spanish Creek
Meet at Gansner Park Tennis courts.  

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05-02-2015Social Media Marketing for Artists" Workshop

Plumas Arts hosts "Social Media Marketing for Artists" Workshop

Plumas Arts will be holding the second of three Plumas Artisan Made workshops for Saturday May 2 from 10am-2pm. This workshop will focus on social media and marketing for artists. Information will be presented by Kristin York of the Sierra Business Council.


 

This workshop is intended to help you design an effective social media strategy and prioritize where to spend your time. You'll learn about the multitude of social media channels available, how to create a strategy that is appropriate for your business and how to maximize exposure to your target customer base. The workshop starts with baseline assessment and goals, then reviews the pros and cons of various platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, Yelp, and other specialty sites. This workshop is designed to give you the tools to implement your own social media strategy, so bring your computer and join the fun. 


 

The workshop will be free to Plumas Arts Artist Members ($40 a year with other membership benefits) or $20 a workshop. Preregistration is required.Space for the workshop will be limited to 20 people. The workshop will be held at the Quincy Collective, 91 Church Street, on the corner of Church and Lawrence St in Quincy. 


 

Please contact Kara Rockett-Arsenault at (530) 616-8866 orinfo@plumasartisanmade.com to reserve your space. The workshop will be interactive, so please bring your laptop, tablet, or smart phone to join in. 

05-04-2015Health Screening
Plumas District Hospital's annual low cost Health screening.

Blood screening $75

Bone density $50

Prostate cancer $25

Do not eat 12 hours prior to blood draw.

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05-05-2015Health Screening
Plumas District Hospital's annual low cost Health screening.

Blood screening $75

Bone density $50

Prostate cancer $25

Do not eat 12 hours prior to blood draw.

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05-06-2015Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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05-06-2015Health Screening
Plumas District Hospital's annual low cost Health screening.

Blood screening $75

Bone density $50

Prostate cancer $25

Do not eat 12 hours prior to blood draw.

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05-07-2015Music Lessons & Jam NightsDoug Sheehy
05-07-2015Health Screening
Plumas District Hospital's annual low cost Health screening.

Blood screening $75

Bone density $50

Prostate cancer $25

Do not eat 12 hours prior to blood draw.

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05-09-20155 km Run/Walk
Join QHS Track Team on the  bike bath to FRC.

Call to sign up

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05-13-2015Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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05-14-2015Music Lessons & Jam NightsDoug Sheehy
05-15-2015Quincy Star Follies
Tickets $15

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Lisa
05-16-2015Plumas Children's Fair
The annual Plumas Children's Fair will be May 16, 2015, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy.

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Pam Becwar
05-16-2015Quincy Star Follies
Tickets $15

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Lisa
05-17-2015Fourth Sunday Sing
Includes old hymns, classic praise music.  Requests welcome.

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05-20-2015Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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05-21-2015"Wild" film viewing by Lost Sierra PCT
"Wild"  film viewing hosted by Lost Sierra PCT

Special showing of the film "wild" at the town hall theater on Thursday may 21 at 7pm. There will be brewing lair beer and a raffle for hiking prizes.  The Lost Sierra PCT is hosting it. 

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05-21-2015Music Lessons & Jam NightsDoug Sheehy
05-27-2015Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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05-28-2015Music Lessons & Jam NightsDoug Sheehy
05-29-2015Spring Art on the Land in Sierra Valley.
Feather River Land Trust and Main Street Artists Gallery presents Spring Art on the Land in Sierra Valley.

Bring your own supplies and chairs.

From Quincy take Hwy 70 East then right on A24 to Maddalena Ranch.

Free event, donations welcome.
Karen
05-30-2015Quincy Crazy Quilters Show
 

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Carolyn Kenney
06-02-2015Quincy Community Blood Drive
Please consider donating a pint of blood at the second of four annual blood drives in Quincy held by United Blood Services of Reno!  UBS provides blood product for Quincy, as well as for other communities in northern California and Nevada.  This drive is being sponsored by the PDH Volunteers.

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Susan Christensen
06-03-2015Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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06-04-2015Music Lessons & Jam NightsDoug Sheehy
06-06-2015Plumas County Picnic
06-14-2015Fourth Sunday Sing
Includes old hymns, classic praise music.  Requests welcome.

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06-27-2015Garden Tour hosted by Soroptimists International of Quincy
Garden Tour hosted by Soroptimists International of Plumas County
07-02-2015
-07-05-2015
High Sierra Music Festival
25th Annual Festival.

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07-12-2015Fourth Sunday Sing
Includes old hymns, classic praise music.  Requests welcome.

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