DateEventContact

Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce.
04-25-2018Lassen Gateway Coalition Meeting
Local community tourism and business leaders are invited to this community open house to promote the sharing of information about the Lassen region. Meet your fellow regional representatives, share information from your area, and learn more about events, projects, and plans for the upcoming year from Lassen Volcanic National Park and partners including Lassen National Forest.

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Amanda Sweeney
05-05-2018Opening Day of Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum
Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum  

Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday  10 am- 5 pm  for 2018 season

Last Day Oct. 6th

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05-12-2018Indian Valley-Wide Yard Sales
Listing of participating Yard sales throughout the Indian Valley area. In Communities of Greenville, Crescent Mills, Taylorsville, Indian Falls, North Arm, & Genesee. List will be available at local businesses and "Welcome to Indian Valley" signs on Hwy 89 by Friday, May 11,2018

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Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce
05-19-20182nd Annual Chamber Golf Tournament
Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce in association with Bailey Creek Golf Course is seeking your support for their  2nd Annual Chamber Golf Tournament. This is your chance  to play and/or become a hole sponsor for the first tournament of the season at Bailey Creek Golf Course.  

This tournament will host 144 golfers from around the area... Make sure your business is not left out of this great advertising opportunity! 

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Ronnie Theobald
05-19-2018ANNUAL CHAMBER DINNER
The Annual Chamber Dinner is a chance to connect and communicate with your community.  Dinner will be a fabulous Filet Mignon, Baked Potato, Grilled Vegetables & Salad. 

No Host Cocktails begin at 4 pm.  Dinner begins at 4:30.  

The dinner program will include Tournament Awards, the announcement of our Person of the Year & Raffle prizes.  Project Boards of community events and happenings will be placed around the property!

Our Mystery Chefs for the evening are no mystery.  Enjoy the culinary skills of Tim O'Brien, Coldwell Banker Kehr/O'Brien, Monte Stelzriede, Almanor Energy Plus and Phil Culcasi, Volunteer Extraordinaire.

Chamber Members $20
Non Chamber Attendees $25

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Susan Bryner
05-26-2018
-05-27-2018
Lake Almanor Memorial Weekend Craft Fair
The Lake Almanor Memorial Weekend Craft Fair is held in Chester, with the venue at the Chester Park, adjacent to the Feather River.  This is a juried Craft Fair sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chester.  May 26 & 27, 2018 
10 am -4pm both days.  It is the first craft fair of the season.  All items are handcrafted.  No resale items, manufactured or commercial products are allowed.  This is a craft fair where the vendors report they are successful and have as much fun as the shoppers.   We look forward to seeing you!

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Cheri McIntire
05-26-2018Olsen Barn Meadow Bird Walk

Saturday, MAY 26

7:00am to 10:30am — Bird Walk with Ryan Burnett 

 

Meet at Hwy 36 entrance

Join bird expert Ryan Burnett (Point Blue) on a tour of the Olsen Property on the eastern edge of Chester. Explore the last vestige of Big Meadows in search of yellow warblers, willow flycatchers, osprey, bald eagles, barn owls, and other raptors.

Bring water, snacks, and binoculars if you have them. Layered clothing and good walking shoes are also recommended for this outdoor event.

This event is co-hosted by our partners at Point Blue and Plumas Audubon Society.


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Feather River Land Trust
05-26-2018IVCC Spring Century Bike Rides
 Annual Spring Century Bike Rides through the Indian Valley to Genesee and around Antelope Lake, then back to Greenville.

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Lillian Basham
06-02-2018
-06-03-2018
Spring Concerts
The Chester Community Chorus will perform on two dates, June 2nd at 7 p.m. and June 3rd at 3 p.m., under the direction of Jane Brown invites you to join us for the annual Spring Concert which will be featuring many popular and familiar songs from Broadway musicals. Admission is free. Donations appreciated to support the non profit community chorus.

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Barbara MacArthur
06-03-2018Spring Concerts
The Chester Community Chorus will perform on two dates, June 2nd at 7 p.m. and June 3rd at 3 p.m., under the direction of Jane Brown invites you to join us for the annual Spring Concert which will be featuring many popular and familiar songs from Broadway musicals. Admission is free. Donations appreciated to support the non profit community chorus.

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Barbara MacArthur
06-06-2018Chester Community Blood Drive
Community Blood Drive
Sponsored by Seneca District Hospital Auxiliary

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Judy Huff
06-09-2018Reach Higher Trail Challenge Kick-off
Participate in the Lassen Volcanic National Park Reach Higher Trail Challenge and earn a commemorative bandana. The Trail Challenge kicks-off on National Get Outdoors Day, June 9, 2018. 


 

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Lassen Volcanic National Park
06-16-2018
-06-17-2018
Arts & Crafts Show
Mike Carey
06-16-201836th Annual Mile High 100
In its 36 th year, this ride continues to grow & improve. Start & finish location for all rides, registration and post ride meal are at the Almanor Recreation and Park District office at 101 Meadowbrook Loop (www.milehigh100.com) in Chester, CA
 
 

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Carlos
06-16-2018Tour de Manure

Tour de Manure!  June 16th 2018
Cycle the bucolic pasturelands and historic ranching communities of Sierra Valley
Start
: Sierraville Firehouse, 102 Main St., Sierraville, CA
           Registration begins at 7 a.m., Ride begins between 8 and 9 a.m.
Routes: 62 and 42 mile loops and a 30 mile out and back, not timed
Fees: $60 for sign up by June 10th, $70 for sign ups June 11th to day of Tour, $30 for riders 12 and under
Parking: On the street in Sierraville or in free private lots assisted by parking attendants
Included: A 10th ANNIVERSARY “ROARING BULL” T-Shirt, rest stop food and drink, SAG support, a post Tour party with grilled smoked tri-tip, BBQ chicken, veggie pasta, veggie beans, salad, chips and salsa, garlic bread, lemonade, cookies, and live retro country rock ‘n’ roll music by Michael Hogan and the Simpletones.
Contact: Website Tourdemanure.or
Hosting Organization: Sierraville Volunteer Fire and Rescue
 
 
                  

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kim mckinney
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!!

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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
-06-29-2018
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
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!!

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Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
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 46th 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 760-668-0426or the Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, PO Box 1329, Chester, Ca 96020. 

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ric fochtman
07-04-2018Annual Cowboy Breakfast
Taditional 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
07-07-2018
-07-08-2018
Arts & Crafts Show
Mike Carey
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!!

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Russ & Carolyn Keaveny
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!

 

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Connie Higgins
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!!

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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
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
07-21-2018Gold 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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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce.
04-25-2018Welcome to Nicaragua!
Jerry and Terry Williams were recently in Nicaragua.  They will share their sight-seeing experiences in this beautiful country with a slide presentation.  This free talk, immediately following the Senior Lunch, is hosted by Mohawk Community Resource Center.


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Jane Polson
04-26-2018Speakers Bureau
Retired police officer, Lee Drummel is considered an expert on American History in the 1800's.  Lee's topic for the presentation will be: Bank Robber, Black Bart.  Did you know that Black Bart robbed banks in Plumas County?
This event is free, though a $5.00+ donation is welcome to help fund MCRC.  Light refreshments  will be served.  For more information or to RSVP call MCRC at 836-0446.

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Jane Polson
05-04-2018The Peak - Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

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Audrey Ellis
05-05-2018Lord's Gym Mud Run 2018

The Lord's Gym Mud Run is an annual, military-style obstacle race in Northern California that challenges the endurance and mental toughness of beginners and experts alike. Crawl through mud pits, jump over walls, run across lakes, swing, climb and hang from your fingertips to overcome over 20 obstacles across a grueling 5 mile course. Take on the Mud Run as a team or individually. Plus, all proceeds go to charity!

 

The Lord’s Gym Mud Run is open to everyone above the age of 13. Kids ages 4-12 can enter the Lord's Gym Kids Mud Run.We also have Business Bell that pits local businesses against each other to compete in the mud run and be crowned the “Baddest Business” and take home the Bell trophy!

 

Buy your tickets today to get the best deal and secure your heat before they fill up!

 

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Lord's Gym Mud Run Team
05-05-2018Cinco de Mayo Celebration
The Mohawk Community Resource Center will present a celebration of Cinco de Mayo, the third annual, at the Graeagle Fire Hall.  Doors open at 5 pm and a buffet style meal will be served at
6 pm.  The cost is $25.00 per person, with tickets only available at MCRC, at the corner of Hwys. 89 and 70 in Blairsden.  The meal is being catered by the Ricochet Cafe, located in Clio.  This event is a fundraiser for the Resource Center.  It is a popular event, always sold out, so attendees should get their tickets as soon as possible after April 2nd.


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Jane Polson
05-06-2018Lord's Gym Kids Mud Run 2018

The Lord's Gym Kids Mud Run is a special obstacle race open to all kids ages 4-12. The race course is under a mile long with 20+ obstacles involving climbing, crawling, running and, of course, lots of mud! The race is split into heats with three age groups, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12, with a longer, tougher race for the oldest kids. We also run a special competition between schools known as the Superhero School Bell, in which students win points for their schools by wearing costumes or dressing in their school colors.

If you register online before May 1st, the Kids Run is FREE! Make sure to register early before tickets run out!

If you have any questions or need more information, please visit: https://www.lordsgymmudrun.com/kids-run

We also have a Mud Run for everyone above the age of 13. Visit https://www.lordsgymmudrun.com/ for more information.

(Please note that start time is subject to change depending on attendance.)


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Lord's Gym Mud Run Team
05-12-20182018 Friends of NRA Sierra Valley Fundraising Event
WHEN:                 Saturday, May 12th, 2018, Doors Open @ 5:00 pm
WHERE:               Graeagle Corner Barn, 8989 Hwy 89, Graeagle, CA
WHAT:                 Dinner, Special Drawings, Live Auction, Silent Auction
HOW MUCH:     Event Tickets Start @ $50.  Tickets not sold at the door.
 
Call for event information:  (530) 249-2848
 
Non-Profit: NRA Foundation
NRA Membership not required to attend
 
 

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05-12-2018Light the Fire

LIGHT THE FIRE!

Fundraising Event
Western Pacific Railroad Museum

Community Effort Can Return the WP 165 Steam
Engine Back to Operation in Portola 

Join the Feather River Rail Society for an evening of special presentations, live auction, and guided museum tours. Dinner will be provided by Longboards Bar & Grill. Tickets $100 per person, and seating is limited. All proceeds will go to restore and support the 165 Steam Engine.

BUFFET MENU

  • BBQ Chicken
  • Tri Tip Beef
  • Vegetarian Pasta
  • Au gratin Potatoes
  • Green salad
  • Breads
  • Coffee and water station
  • Soft drink fountain
  • Dessert - Chocolate and Vanilla cake, other items


SPEAKERS

Steve Lee and Doyle McCormack

Steve Lee is the former head of the Union Pacific Steam Locomotive / Heritage Program

Doyle McCormack is the President of the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation and lead on restoration and operation of SP “Daylight” 4449 steam locomotive since its resurrection for the American Freedom Train

TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT . . .

Western Pacific Railroad Museum and Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce

For more information call 530-832-4131 or wplives.org

DATE AND TIME

LOCATION

Western Pacific Railroad Museum

700 Western Pacific Way

Portola, CA 96122

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REFUND POLICY

Refunds up to 30 days before event
 


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Western Pacific Railroad Museum
06-01-2018Romano'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
06-02-2018Lost & Found Gravel Grinder

LOST AND FOUND GRAVEL GRINDER: JUNE 2, 2018

30 mile, 60 mile and 100 mile epically beautiful bike ride.

A perfect blend of pavement, dirt road, gravel road and historic railroad grade.

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. Racers and riders from around the world will be invited to lose themselves and find this two-wheeled paradise. A full weekend of high sierra fun for riders and non-riders alike.

June 2nd, 2018

To Register click here


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Heather
06-02-2018Show & Shine
We hold our annual Show and Shine at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds located In Quincy, California on the first Saturday in June.

Saturday morning begins with breakfast provided by the Quincy Lions Club. Registration begins at 8:00AM. Activities include raffle prizes, our famous "Hole Shot Drags",, a "Sound OFF Competition" and Trophy presentations.

We also begin the weekend with a Friday afternoon "HAPPY DAYS" event on the fairgrounds lawn in the late afternoon with a Drive-In Movie and popcorn to cap off the evening. Come join us for a fantastic event!!


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Mike Kirk
06-08-2018Romano'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
06-08-2018Spaghetti Dinner
Mohawk Community Resource Center will be hosting its' Annual Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, June 8.  There will be two seatings; the first at 5:00 pm and the second at 7:00 pm.  This is a fundraiser with all proceeds benefiting the Resource Center.  Tickets are being sold at the Resource Center. 


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Jane Polson
06-08-20181st Annual Lost Sierra Tourist Center Golf Fundraiser

                             

1st Annual Lost Sierra Tourist Center Golf Fundraiser

Friday, June 8, 2018 - 1:00 pm Shotgun Start

Format: Traditional Scramble Front 9 – Shamble Back 9
Handicaps: None
Entry Fee: $100 – Includes Golf - Drink Ticket – Heavy Hors-d'oeuvres
Beneficiary – Lost Sierra Tourist Center:
Plumas County is at risk of losing its tourist center. The Lost Sierra Tourist Center (LSTC), located in Blairsden, California, may be small in size, but it is mighty in ambition! It supports not only tourism but economic development in our County! Sadly, LSTC has fallen on hard times and will cease tourism and economic development services.
The Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce opened the center in 2012, to meet growing needs in the area brought on by the recession and interestingly increased tourism. The Chamber has sustained the center over the years via events and donations from Chamber members—and with no outside help from the $1.9 million in county (T.O.T.) funding. The center must now become self-sustaining. We are working on ways to make it stand alone, in the meantime we need your help and support.
We value all our customers and friends. We promise to continue the high level of service that you have grown to expect from us. Let's work together to save The Lost Sierra. We think you would agree that it would be a tragedy to lose it now. We appreciate your consideration and support in helping our little tourist center stay in business and thrive.
Sponsorship Opportunities: $100 – Sponsor Banner / $250 – Individual Sponsor Banner

How to sign up:
Please call Audrey Ellis at 530-836-6811 or Grizzly Ranch Golf Club a1 530-832-4200

Payments:
Mail checks to GRGC 250 Clubhouse Drive, Portola CA 96122 or call 530-832-4200 to pay via credit card.

Scoring – Drinks – Heavy Hors-d'oeuvres - Prizes/Raffle to Follow Golf at the Lake House!
*Singles and pairs will be accommodated *Lake House will be open for lunch prior to golf

 

                                


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Audrey ellis
06-15-2018Romano'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
06-16-2018Tour de Manure
Tour de Manure!   June 16, 2018
Cycle the bucolic pasturelands and historic ranching communities of Sierra Valley, CA
Start: Sierraville Firehouse, 102 Main St., Sierraville, CA
           Registration begins at 7 a.m., Ride begins between 8 and 9 a.m.
Routes: 62 and 42 mile loops and a 30 mile out and back, not timed
Fees: $60 for sign up by June 10th, $70 for sign ups June 11th to day of Tour, $30 for riders 12 and under
Parking: On the street in Sierraville or in free private lots assisted by parking attendants
Included: A 10th ANNIVERSARY “ROARING BULL” T-Shirt, rest stop food and drink, SAG support, a post Tour party with grilled smoked tri-tip, BBQ chicken, veggie pasta, veggie beans, salad, chips and salsa, garlic bread, lemonade, cookies, and live retro country rock ‘n’ roll music by Michael Hogan and the Simpletones.
Contact: Website Tourdemanure.org 
Helmets: required
Hosting Organization: Sierraville Volunteer Fire and Rescue
 
 
                  

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Kim Mckinney
06-22-2018Romano'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
06-23-2018Paws 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
Paul Bunyan Festival Train
Chris Skow
07-07-20183rd Annual Lost Sierra Electric Bike Festival

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Craig Wilson
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 and enjoy the concerts!

July 20 -  Jack Danny (Outlaw Country/Folk Rock
) 
July 27 - Michael Barclay & the Michael Barclay Blues Band
August 3 - Bootleg (Country & Western )
August 10 - TBA
August 17 - TBA
August 24 - Frobeck ( Pop, Funk & Rock Music )

 


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Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce

Quincy Chamber of Commerce
04-22-2018AA Meeting
04-22-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
04-22-2018Methodist 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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04-23-2018NA Meeting
04-23-2018Rotary Club Meeting
04-23-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
04-23-2018AA Meeting
04-23-2018Free Hot Pot Lunch
Free Hot Pot Lunch, noon – 1 p.m., at Methodist Church, 283 Jackson St. Starts Feb. 5 and goes until April 30.

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04-24-2018Girl Scouts Meeting (all levels)Cassie Cooper
04-24-2018AA Meeting
04-24-2018NA Meeting
04-24-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

more info...
04-25-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

more info...
04-25-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

more info...
04-25-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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04-25-2018AA Meeting
04-25-2018AA Meeting
04-25-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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04-26-2018Wild Words: Legacy
Wild & Scenic Rivers: 50 Years Flowing
Tim Palmer: Author, Photographer, River Expert

Earth Day Activities:
Community Sustainability Awards
Ansel Adams Photo Contest Auction

Sponsored by Friends of Plumas Wilderness, Plumas Earth Days Committee, FRC Sustainability Action Team
 

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04-26-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
04-26-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
04-26-2018AA Meeting
04-26-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

more info...
04-26-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

more info...
Rose Buzetta
04-26-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

more info...
04-26-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
04-26-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
04-26-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

more info...
04-26-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
04-27-2018Star Follies
The Quincy Star Follies includes a cast of 120 from all over Plumas County, featuring a contingent of 60 students from K12 - College. This giant cast works together, hand in glove (literally) to entertain audiences with dancing and lip syncing to tunes of all genres. A wonderful event for the whole family and definitely a laugh a minute! Cost is $15 adults and $10 kids under 12. Call Lisa Kelly at 283-9900 (Moon's) or 775-232-9536 (cell) for more information.

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04-27-2018Star Follies
The Quincy Star Follies includes a cast of 120 from all over Plumas County, featuring a contingent of 60 students from K12 - College. This giant cast works together, hand in glove (literally) to entertain audiences with dancing and lip syncing to tunes of all genres. A wonderful event for the whole family and definitely a laugh a minute! Cost is $15 adults and $10 kids under 12. Call Lisa Kelly at 283-9900 (Moon's) or 775-232-9536 (cell) for more information.

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04-27-2018Live 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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04-27-2018AA Meeting
04-27-2018NA Meeting
04-28-2018Star Follies
The Quincy Star Follies includes a cast of 120 from all over Plumas County, featuring a contingent of 60 students from K12 - College. This giant cast works together, hand in glove (literally) to entertain audiences with dancing and lip syncing to tunes of all genres. A wonderful event for the whole family and definitely a laugh a minute! Cost is $15 adults and $10 kids under 12. Call Lisa Kelly at 283-9900 (Moon's) or 775-232-9536 (cell) for more information.

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04-28-2018Star Follies
The Quincy Star Follies includes a cast of 120 from all over Plumas County, featuring a contingent of 60 students from K12 - College. This giant cast works together, hand in glove (literally) to entertain audiences with dancing and lip syncing to tunes of all genres. A wonderful event for the whole family and definitely a laugh a minute! Cost is $15 adults and $10 kids under 12. Call Lisa Kelly at 283-9900 (Moon's) or 775-232-9536 (cell) for more information.

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04-28-2018NA Meeting
04-28-2018AA Meeting
04-29-2018AA Meeting
04-29-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
04-29-2018Methodist 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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04-30-2018NA Meeting
04-30-2018Rotary Club Meeting
04-30-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
04-30-2018AA Meeting
04-30-2018Free Hot Pot Lunch
Free Hot Pot Lunch, noon – 1 p.m., at Methodist Church, 283 Jackson St. Starts Feb. 5 and goes until April 30.

more info...
05-01-2018AA Meeting
05-01-2018NA Meeting
05-01-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

more info...
05-02-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
05-02-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

more info...
05-02-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

more info...
05-02-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

more info...
05-02-2018AA Meeting
05-02-2018AA Meeting
05-02-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

more info...
05-03-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-03-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
05-03-2018AA Meeting
05-03-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

more info...
05-03-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

more info...
Rose Buzetta
05-03-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

more info...
05-03-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
05-03-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
05-03-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

more info...
05-03-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
05-04-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-04-2018Artist'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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05-04-2018Artist's Opening Reception
Plumas Arts Gallery welcomes a new exhibition. Meet the artist and enjoy light refreshments. 

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05-04-2018Live 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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05-04-2018AA Meeting
05-04-2018NA Meeting
05-05-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-05-2018Plumas CASA Cinco de Mayo Celebration
Plumas CASA will host a Cinco de Mayo event as a fundraiser for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) which supports children who have been abused or neglected.

We will serve a Mexican meal (alcohol purchased separately), have a live band, games for children, 50/50 Raffle, Cake Walk, prizes, and more.

 

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Kendrah Fredricksen
05-05-2018NA Meeting
05-05-2018AA Meeting
05-06-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-06-2018AA Meeting
05-06-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
05-06-2018Methodist 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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05-07-2018Low-Cost Health Screening
2018 Spring Low-cost Health Screening, 6:30 –8:30 a.m., at Plumas District Hospital, North Fork Building, 1065 Bucks Lake Road. Patients are encouraged to come on the day assigned to the first letter of their last name and results will be mailed via the address provided on the patient’s consent form. Patients must be at least 18 years of age.

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05-07-2018NA Meeting
05-07-2018Rotary Club Meeting
05-07-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
05-07-2018AA Meeting
05-08-2018Plumas Family Child Care Association MeetingYolanda Wood
05-08-2018Low-Cost Health Screening
2018 Spring Low-cost Health Screening, 6:30 –8:30 a.m., at Plumas District Hospital, North Fork Building, 1065 Bucks Lake Road. Patients are encouraged to come on the day assigned to the first letter of their last name and results will be mailed via the address provided on the patient’s consent form. Patients must be at least 18 years of age.

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05-08-2018Girl Scouts Meeting (all levels)Cassie Cooper
05-08-2018AA Meeting
05-08-2018NA Meeting
05-08-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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05-09-2018Low-Cost Health Screening
2018 Spring Low-cost Health Screening, 6:30 –8:30 a.m., at Plumas District Hospital, North Fork Building, 1065 Bucks Lake Road. Patients are encouraged to come on the day assigned to the first letter of their last name and results will be mailed via the address provided on the patient’s consent form. Patients must be at least 18 years of age.

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05-09-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

more info...
05-09-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

more info...
05-09-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

more info...
05-09-2018AA Meeting
05-09-2018AA Meeting
05-09-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

more info...
05-10-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-10-2018Low-Cost Health Screening
2018 Spring Low-cost Health Screening, 6:30 –8:30 a.m., at Plumas District Hospital, North Fork Building, 1065 Bucks Lake Road. Patients are encouraged to come on the day assigned to the first letter of their last name and results will be mailed via the address provided on the patient’s consent form. Patients must be at least 18 years of age.

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05-10-2018Words & Music
A monthly series of acoustic music and the spoken word. Sign up for Open Mic at the door. $3. Sponsored by Plumas Arts.

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05-10-2018Plumas County Fire Safe Council Meeting
Open to the public. 

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05-10-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
05-10-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
05-10-2018AA Meeting
05-10-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

more info...
05-10-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

more info...
Rose Buzetta
05-10-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

more info...
05-10-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
05-10-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
05-10-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

more info...
05-10-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
05-11-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-11-2018Live 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!

more info...
05-11-2018AA Meeting
05-11-2018NA Meeting
05-12-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-12-2018NA Meeting
05-12-2018AA Meeting
05-13-2018Play: "South Pacific"
Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic South Pacific.  Set in an island paradise during World War II, love is threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.  With music and lyrics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, audiences will be singing along to favorite songs such as "Bali Ha'i," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair," "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame."  Recommended for theatregoers of all ages.

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05-13-2018AA Meeting
05-13-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
05-13-2018Methodist 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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05-14-2018Grand Jury Assoc. of Plumas County
05-14-2018Masons Lodge #60 Meeting
05-14-2018NA Meeting
05-14-2018Rotary Club Meeting
05-14-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
05-14-2018AA Meeting
05-15-2018AA Meeting
05-15-2018NA Meeting
05-15-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

more info...
05-16-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
05-16-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

more info...
05-16-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

more info...
05-16-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

more info...
05-16-2018AA Meeting
05-16-2018AA Meeting
05-16-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

more info...
05-17-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
05-17-2018AA Meeting
05-17-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

more info...
05-17-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

more info...
Rose Buzetta
05-17-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

more info...
05-17-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
05-17-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
05-17-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

more info...
05-17-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
05-18-2018Live 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!

more info...
05-18-2018AA Meeting
05-18-2018NA Meeting
05-19-201831st Annual Children's Fair
31st annual Children’s Fair presented by Plumas Children’s Council, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Free admission for whole family.

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05-19-2018NA Meeting
05-19-2018AA Meeting
05-20-2018AA Meeting
05-20-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
05-20-2018Methodist 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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05-21-2018NA Meeting
05-21-2018Rotary Club Meeting
05-21-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
05-21-2018AA Meeting
05-22-2018Girl Scouts Meeting (all levels)Cassie Cooper
05-22-2018AA Meeting
05-22-2018NA Meeting
05-22-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

more info...
05-23-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

more info...
05-23-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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05-23-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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05-23-2018AA Meeting
05-23-2018AA Meeting
05-23-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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05-24-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
05-24-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
05-24-2018AA Meeting
05-24-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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05-24-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

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Rose Buzetta
05-24-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

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05-24-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
05-24-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
05-24-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

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05-24-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
05-25-2018FRC Commencement Ceremony
05-25-2018
-05-28-2018
Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
The Society for Creative Anachronism is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe. Our “Known World” consists of 20 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members residing in countries around the world. Members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, attend events which feature tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, various classes & workshops, and more.

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05-25-2018Live 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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05-25-2018AA Meeting
05-25-2018NA Meeting
05-26-2018NA Meeting
05-26-2018AA Meeting
05-27-2018AA Meeting
05-27-2018AA Meeting (Women Only)
05-27-2018Methodist 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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05-28-2018NA Meeting
05-28-2018Rotary Club Meeting
05-28-2018Boy Scout Troop 151 MeetingScoutmaster Jan Jensen
05-28-2018AA Meeting
05-29-2018AA Meeting
05-29-2018NA Meeting
05-29-2018Bible Study
(King James Version).  Open to all.  Bibles available.

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05-30-2018Community Supper
Join the community for a fantastic dinner provided and served by a different host each week. Donations gratefully accepted.

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05-30-2018Baby Bounce Story Time
Infants 0 to 24 months.

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05-30-2018Preschool Story Time
Stories, songs, crafts and games.

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05-30-2018AA Meeting
05-30-2018AA Meeting
05-30-2018Country Dance Lessons
$3 adults, $2 college students (18 and over).  No partner required.

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05-31-2018Soroptimist International of Quincy Meeting
05-31-2018AA Meeting
05-31-2018Quincy Cribbage Group
Come early and have lunch!  No dues or fees.

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05-31-2018Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong
Gentle movements to loosen joints, help balance, energize and relieve stress.  

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Rose Buzetta
05-31-2018Al-Anon Meeting
For families and friends of alcoholics.  Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in back.

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05-31-2018Celebrate Recovery MeetingPastor Daniel Hanna
05-31-2018Boy Scouts Troop 130 MeetingDale Stokes
05-31-2018Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Plumas Community Hospice.

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05-31-2018Blue Star Moms Meeting
06-01-2018Artist'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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06-01-2018Artist's Opening Reception
Plumas Arts Gallery welcomes a new exhibition. Meet the artist and enjoy light refreshments. 

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06-02-2018County Picnic
Details coming soon!
06-06-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
06-09-2018Plumas Arts' 36th Anniversary Street Party
Join us in Downtown Quincy to celebrate Plumas Arts' 36th Anniversary! We will have a street party to dedicate the new mural on the back of the Town Hall Theatre with live music from Rigmarole, a super fun band from Chico. Other activities will be announced soon, stay tuned!
06-11-2018Grand Jury Assoc. of Plumas County
06-11-2018Masons Lodge #60 Meeting
06-14-2018Words & Music
A monthly series of acoustic music and the spoken word. Sign up for Open Mic at the door. $3. Sponsored by Plumas Arts.

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06-14-2018Plumas County Fire Safe Council Meeting
Open to the public. 

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06-14-2018Explorer Post 81 MeetingSarah Anderson
06-20-2018International Order of Rainbow Girls Meeting
07-05-2018
-07-08-2018
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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07-10-2018Plumas Family Child Care Association MeetingYolanda Wood
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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