July

2 Tuesday
Plumas Talespinners Greenville, Fellowship Hall at the Assembly of God Church, 7–8:30PM. Plumas Talespinners promotes storytelling in a relaxed setting for adults 18 & up, from personal anecdotes to folk tales. Round table style--everyone gets a turn. No previous experience required. Listeners welcome. Free. 284-6393.

4–7 Thursday through Sunday
High Sierra Music Festival
, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. 4-day music festival with multiple stages, late night music, on-site camping, great vendors, food & drink. (510)420-1529 or www.highsierramusic.com

Gem & Mineral Dealer at the Indian Valley Museum, Taylorsville, 10AM-4PM. 284-1046

4 Thursday

Quincy Farmers' Market, Corner of Church & Main, 4:30-7:30PM. Local produce, artisans & music featuring Johnny Walker & Greg Willis. 229-4009

Cowboy Breakfast & Raffle, Indian Valley Museum, Taylorsville, 7-11AM. Breakfast $8. Raffle drawing is on July 6 at 3PM. 284-1046

5 Friday

Artist's Opening Reception, Main St. Artists, 5-8PM. 283-1909

6 Saturday

Artisan & Farmers' Market, Good Vibrations, 278 Main St. Chester, 9AM-1PM. Fruits & Vegetables, Flowers, Honey, Baked Goods and Artisans High Quality Crafts. Market changes weekly! Farmers, Artisans and Vendors Participant Packets Available. Contact Sharon Geney 258-GOOD (4663)

8-12 Monday through Friday

Summer Drama Camp, West End Theatre, Quincy, K-2nd Grade 10AM-Noon, 3rd-8th Grade 1-4PM. Students will get a crash course of fun playing drama games, singing, dancing, acting, and all that creative theatre stuff!A healthy snack will be provided. Cost is $60 for K-2nd graders and $90 for 3rd-8th graders. Scholarships are available. Applications available at www.dramaworks.us Contact Danielle at danielle@dramaworks.us

8 Monday
Chester Piece Makers
, Memorial Hall, 7PM. 258-3901

9 Tuesday
Mohawk Valley Artists Guild Meeting
, Mohawk Community Resource Center, corner of Hwys 70 & 89, 7PM. 836-1217

Plumas Talespinners Quincy, Plumas County Library, 7-8:30PM. Plumas Talespinners promotes storytelling in a relaxed setting for adults 18 & up, from personal anecdotes to folk tales. Round table style--everyone gets a turn. No previous experience required. Listeners welcome. Free. 283-1913

11 Thursday

Earth Walks with Grandma Joy, meet at Good Vibrations in Chester, 10AM-Noon. Discover the wonders Mother Earth wants to Share! All Ages Welcome! Meet at 278 Main St. then caravan to a local trailhead. $5 person, $10 Family.

Story Time with Grandma Joy, Good Vibrations, Chester, 1-2PM. Children 3-6 years old. Music, puppets, Tiny Tot Nature Trot. $5 Child, $10 Family.

Quincy Farmers' Market, Corner of Church & Main, 4:30-7:30PM. Local produce, artisans & music featuring The Kepple Family Band and Solar Pot Luck. 229-4009

12 Friday

Portola City Lights Concert Series, Portola Park, 7PM. Featuring the Rick Hammond Blues Band. Free.

13 Saturday

Artisan & Farmers' Market, Good Vibrations, 278 Main St. Chester, 9AM-1PM. Fruits & Vegetables, Flowers, Honey, Baked Goods and Artisans High Quality Crafts. Market changes weekly! Farmers, Artisans and Vendors Participant Packets Available. Contact Sharon Geney 258-GOOD (4663)

12 Splendid Tables fundraiser, Foxwood Pavilion, Chester. Lake Almanor Community Foundation fundraiser for Almanor Basin schools. Details TBA.

596-4316

The Great Blues-Luau, Downtown Farms in Greenville, 3-10PM. Hot blues, roast pig, and hula dancers! 2 great bands: Rube & the Rhythm Rockers, plus the Allen Rigg Trio & the Artful Horns. Sliding scale donation from $5 to $10, family friendly, pot luck, beverages for sale (no alcohol). 284-1689

18 Thursday

Earth Walks with Grandma Joy, meet at Good Vibrations in Chester, 10AM-Noon. Discover the wonders Mother Earth wants to Share! All Ages Welcome! Meet at 278 Main St. then caravan to a local trailhead. $5 person, $10 Family.

Story Time with Grandma Joy, Good Vibrations, Chester, 1-2PM. Children 3-6 years old. Music, puppets, Tiny Tot Nature Trot. $5 Child, $10 Family.

Quincy Crazy Quilters Monthly Meeting, St. John's social hall, 176 Lawrence St., 6PM. 283-1736

Quincy Farmers' Market, Corner of Church & Main, 4:30-7:30PM. Local produce, artisans and music featuring Segue. 229-4009

19 Friday

Portola City Lights Concert Series, Portola Park, 7PM. Featuring Blue Haven. Free.

20-21 Saturday & Sunday

Gold Discovery Days, Plumas Eureka State Park, Johnsville, 9AM-3PM. Historic demonstrations, food, free activities, Sunday pancake breakfast. For more information: 836-0783, 836-4135 or www.plumas-eureka.org

Historic Johnsville Days, Johnsville, California, 9AM–3PM. The Johnsville Historical Society will hold it's annual "Historic Johnsville Days" on July 20th & 21st. This year the society is holding an old fashion bake sale. During the two day event the society's museum will be open and featured this year, is a Johnsville kitchen from the late 1890's. A "linoleum block print exhibit" of the remaining early Johnsville buildings by artist David Daun will be hung in the church for viewing. On Sunday, July 21st 10–11AM there will be a guided historical walk thru Johnsville to examine the remaining historic buildings. Sunday's musical concert will feature Plumas County's own piano prodigy, Slyvia Wood. Sylvia has been playing the piano since she was four years old and we are very fortunate to have this gifted musician perform for us. Her concert will be from 2–3PM on Sunday, July 21st. Piano Concert $20, other activities free. janedaun@yahoo.com 836-0102

20 Saturday

Artisan & Farmers' Market, Good Vibrations, 278 Main St. Chester, 9AM-1PM. Fruits & Vegetables, Flowers, Honey, Baked Goods and Artisans High Quality Crafts. Market changes weekly! Farmers, Artisans and Vendors Participant Packets Available. Contact Sharon Geney 258-GOOD (4663)

Art Around the Lake, Chester/Lake Almanor, 9AM-4PM. Open Studios and Artist Tour around the Lake Almanor Basin. Artists at work in local studios, galleries, homes, and display of artwork. Tickets $10. 596-4166

22 Monday
Cabin Fever Quilters
, Portola Library, 6PM. 832-0446

25 Thursday

Earth Walks with Grandma Joy, meet at Good Vibrations in Chester, 10AM-Noon. Discover the wonders Mother Earth wants to Share! All Ages Welcome! Meet at 278 Main St. then caravan to a local trailhead. $5 person, $10 Family.

Story Time with Grandma Joy, Good Vibrations, Chester, 1-2PM. Children 3-6 years old. Music, puppets, Tiny Tot Nature Trot. $5 Child, $10 Family.

Quincy Farmers' Market, Corner of Church & Main, 4:30-7:30PM. Local produce, artisans & music featuring Code Bluegrass. 229-4009

Antsy McClain and The Trailer Park Troubadours, Quincy Town Hall Theatre, doors open 7:30PM, Show at 8PM. $15 in advance for Plumas Arts Members, $18 General Admission, $20 day of the show if not sold out. Buy tickets online here. 283-3402

26 Friday

Portola City Lights Concert Series, Portola Park, 7PM. Featuring live music under the stars. Free.

27 Saturday

Artisan & Farmers' Market, Good Vibrations, 278 Main St. Chester, 9AM-1PM. Fruits & Vegetables, Flowers, Honey, Baked Goods and Artisans High Quality Crafts. Market changes weekly! Farmers, Artisans and Vendors Participant Packets Available. Contact Sharon Geney 258-GOOD (4663)

Midsummer Madness, Foxwood Park & Pavilion, Lake Almanor, 6PM–Midnight. Lake Almanor's premiere summer party, not to be missed! With food, wine, beer and spirits tasting, silent auction, music, dancing and fun under the trees at beautiful Foxwood Park. $40 per ticket for the entire evening includes souvenir wine glass. 258-2516

 

 

 

 

 
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