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12B Wednesday, April 6, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ARTS and ENTERTAINMENT Events turn Earth Day int Why celebrate the Earth on 2008, the awards have just one day when you can recognized individuals, celebrate it all month long? businesses and groups that Feather River College and contribute significantly to the Plumas Earth Days economic, community and Committee have a slate of environmental sustainability activities, most of them free of Plumas County. The or low-cost, planned for all winners of the four categories ages and interests throughout will be announced: April in honor of Earth Day. individual, business, Activities range from bird organization and student watching field trips to The event also features a gardening workshops, live auction of winning children's programs and photos from this year's FRC lectures. Ansel Adams photo contest A highlight of the month is and a drawing featuring a a screening of "Racing truckload of prime compost, a Extinction," directed by cord of mixed firewood, gift Academy Award-winner certificates and other Louie Psihoyos and the team desirable items. behind "The Cove." Proceeds go toward the The showing is set for 7 college's Student p.m., on Thursday,'April 21, Environmental Association's at the Town Hall Theatre in projects and next year's Earth downtown Quincy. Doors Week events. Beer, wine and open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are baked goods will also be for $7, $5 for students, and sale. available at the door. Kids can arrive at 5 p.m. to The film assembles a team silkscreen a T-shirt with the of artists and activists on an new Plumas Earth Days logo undercover operation to designed by local artist Emily expose the hidden world of Bryant. Bring a light-colored endangered species trade, shirt or get a free one, and Director Psihoyos said, "I join the fun right across from find myself in a race the Town Hall Theatre. alongside other The film will be followed up environmentalists to save a a week later, April 28, at 7 planet that is losing species at p.m., with a presentation at a rate not seen since a comet the college, "Hope for North hit 65 million years ago. By America's Wildlife," led by combining a compelling film Darla DeRuiter, coordinator ar}d a groundbreaking of the school's Environmental activation campaign, we want Studies Department. to create a movement for "We are so overwhelmed change." with bad news about the The Community environment," said DeRuiter. Sustainability Awards "But there are amazing winners will be announced things going on here in North just betbre the film. Since America to protect biodiversity. Many wildlife species are actually making headway." Kid's activities continue right after school at Quincy Elementary on Wednesday, April 27. Kids will get dirty in the school garden, learn about the forest and fires from Forest Service fire Riciiv flelson Remembered Irlbute hi/hiS sons I11attlleW Gunnar SATURDAY MAY 7 SalOon Dance Hall .... & Bar-B-(; ue Open Wed.- Sun. from 5 p.m. FREE Line Dancing Lessons Every Wednesday and Sunday.