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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 13e ARTS ++ (:::i E N T E RTA I N M E N T = The Mountain Harvest Festival will take place at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy on Saturday, Oct. 18. Gates open at 12:30 p.m. and the music, tastings and more begin at 1 and go on until 5, when the event concludes. "For the last 11 years Quincy's Mountain Harvest Festival has hosted one of the most impressive small town microbrew tastings you will find anywhere," said Roxanne Valladao, director of host organization Plumas Arts. "Brewers and brewery owners come to this event to proudly share the fruits of their labors and talk beer with our interested and appreciative crowd. Dozens of other brewers from around the Western U.S. send samplings of their brews." The event preser/ts more than 20 craft brewers with more than 40 brews to sample. Beer coordinator Keith Linford is hard at work assembling the lineup, with so far includes: Alaskan, Anderson Valley, Bear Republic, Bison, BJ's Brewery, The Brewer's Cabinet, Caldera, Deschutes, Feather River Brewing, Firestone Walker, Great Basin, High Water, Lagunitas, Lost Coast, Moylans, New Belgium, Ninkasi, North Coast Brewery, Red Hook, Rogue, Rubicon, Sam Adams, Sierra Nevada, Stone and Widmer, with others to be confirmed in the coming week. As the craft beer movement grows there are more local breweries to add to the list. This year the event welcomes The Brewing Lair of the Lost Sierra from. Blairsden, Eureka Peak Brewery housed at the Chalet View in Graeagle and Lassen Ale Works from Susanville in neighboring Lassen County. For those who would prefer wine to sample Quincy Natural Foods will provide tastings of organic, sustainable and local wines. A limited selection of beer and wine will also be available by the glass at the Plumas Arts booth. Music begins with Stone Soup serving up a "dizzying concoction" of rock, blues, reggae and funk from 1 to 2:30 p.m. At 3 p.m. The LoLos, an indie rock/pop band out of Chico with local roots, take the stage. They draw from many genres, including soul, blues, Americana and even old-world styles like waltzes, tangos and circus marches. The Mountain Harvest Festival is one of the primary fundraising events for Plumas Arts. Tickets are on sale at Plumas Arts or online. Call 283-3402 for more details. For more event information check the plumasarts.org website. Event admission is $10 or $5 for Plumas Arts members at the gate. Tasting passes include event admission and a souvenir tasting glass and are $35; they are on sale at Quincy Natural Foods and the Plumas Arts Gallery at 525 Main St. during regular business hours. They are also available online at plumasarts.org. Online sales will end at noon Friday, Oct. 17, after which time admission will be $40 at the gate for all. Overnight camping is available for $15 per site at the fairgrounds. RV hookups are $20. Members of Plumas Arts can obtain presale discounts on the purchase of tasting passes. Call 283-3402 for details. Friends offer a toast while fall foliage provides a seasonal backdrop. The annual Mountain Harvest Festival returns this Saturday. Crowds gather to taste beer and wine during the Mountain Harvest Festival at the fairgrounds in Quincy. Photos courtesy Plumas Arts A GARDEN TEA PARTY With tt ad: hand the pou ed cups of tea And asked them if they needed sugar lumps, Or milk, before she joined their company Where then she sat and hoped to win some trumps. The lady on the otherside was shrewed And played her cards with utmost savoirfaire The lady to her left seemed very rude And played her cards with ostentatious flare. The lady to her right spoke constantly In muted tones the rest could not abide, And she herself played host and poured more tea Till mother called for her to come inside She answered mother's call and, rising from her chair, She gathered up her guests and tiny chinaware. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano October 1, 2014 COMING SOON TO YOUR HALL THEATRE Love Local, a brand-new musical collaboration from Quincy comprised of Adrienne Johnson and Nathan Tharp, takes the stage for the Friday, Oct. 17, edition of Portola's Words & Music. Held at the Williams House on Highway 70 right across the highway from Sierra Energy, the event features a "bring your own,, beverages and snacks policy. This hip acoustic duo plays everything from vintage country to modern pop. With harmonically charged vocals, Tharp's dynamic lead guitar, and Johnson's rhythm guitar and playful ukulele, Love Local is a new spin on a repertoire full of fun. Doors open at 7 p.m.; music begins at 7:15 p.m. Admission is $3 at the door. Open stage follows the featured set. Poets, musicians, storytellers, actors and performers are encouraged to sign up at the door for a five- to orin GHOST BUSTERS (30TH ANNIVERSARY) Wllen it comes to LOCAL NEWS We'vegotitcowed www.plumasnews.com seven-minute time sl0t. All music performances must be acoustic only. Original work is encouraged, but not required. Words & Music is a program of Plumas Arts, featuring acoustic performances of music and the spoken word. Portola Words & Music is produced in partnership with the city of Portola. For more information about Words & Music or other programs sponsored by Plumas Arts, call 283-3402, visit plumasarts.org or stop by the Plumas Arts Gallery located at 525 Main St. in Quincy. Office hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from II c ,a.m. to 3 p.m. As the group Love Local, Adrienne Johnson and Nathan Tharp, both from Quincy, play acoustic and vocal duets. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts 25 Dash 4:30 pm, Almanor Recreation Center, 450 Meadowbrook Loop, Chester Runners with "life flags" will take to the trai/ in the hopes of evading the "touch of death" from members of the ZCF, Zombie Capture Force/ Dash $20, Mash $20 or both for $30 Tickets available at the Chester branch of Plumas Bank, The Coffee Station, at the dash start and dance entry. Dash registration at 3:30. Join the ZCF (Zombie Capture Force) or choose to be an Evader/ Hosted by ARPD (Almanor Recreation and Park District) For more info emaih arpd01frontier.com Support recreation! Visit yourarpd.org and catch us on Facebook Fri., Oct. 17 - Mon., Oct. 20 7pm Show 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated PG-13 98 min. Comedy/Drama The latest film from Director Woody Allen is set in 1920's France and tells the tale of an, Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible swindle Stanley (Colin Firth) is a magician who has dedicated his life to ...... ,,,...,,~o+w, ~+~:~+~,~,~:;: ..... revealing fraudulent spiritualists. He plans to quickly ~';:~ : uncover the truth behind celebrated spiritualist Sophie (Emma Stone) and her scheming mother (Matcia Gay Harden). However, the more time he spends with her, he starts thinking that she might actually be able to communicate with the other world, but even worse, he might be falling in love with her. Fri., Oct. 24 - Mon., Oct. 27 7pm Show * 4pm Sunday Matinee Rated PG 107 min. Family Friendly Drama Dolphin Tale 2 continues the story of the brave dolphin Winter, whose miraculous rescue and recovery--thanks to a groundbreaking prosthetic tail--made her a symbol of hope and perseverance to people around the world and inspired the 2011 family hit.movie Dolphin Tale. It has been several years since young Sawyer Nelson (Nathan Gamble) and the dedicated team at the Clearwater Marine Hospital, headed by Dr. Clay Haskett (Harry Connick, Jr.), rescued Winter. With the help of Dr. Cameron McCarthy (Morgan Freeman), who developed a unique pros- thetic tail for the injured dolphin, they were able to save her life. Yet their fight is not over. Winter's surrogate mother, the very elderly dolphin Panama, has passed away, leaving Winter without the only poolmate she has ever known. However, the loss of Panama may have even greater repercussions for Winter, who, according to USDA regulations, cannot be housed alone, as dolphins' social behavior requires them to be paired with other dolphins. Time is mnning out to find a companion for her before the team at Clearwater loses their beloved Winter to another aquarium. COMING: TOSN HALL THEATRE II II I I II II rl- du.s .................... =.IT .......... .7 II U"''+' .................. / 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com BREAKING NEWSI I t t