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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 17, 2010 9B Time is running out to purchase Taste of Plumas tickets Make sure to get a seat at the table Saturday, April 10, in the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. The fourth an- nual Taste of Plumas is one of the most anticipated events of the season which has been a sold-out event and each year. Rave reviews build the re- turning crowd. You really need to buy your tickets before April 2 -- no foolin'. Organizers report there are more restaurants participat- ing this year than ever before. The admission price remains at the 2007 - 08 level; general admission is $35 and includes a souvenir wine glass and an opportunity to savor sam- plings from 20-plus restau- rants and culinary businesses. Plumas Arts members pay a discounted pre-sale admission of $30. People are urged to take this opportunity to be- come a member with a benefit ticket purchase. Tickets are available at the Plumas Arts Gallery at 372 Main St. in Quincy. They may also be purchased with a cred- it card online at plumasarts.org/shop by call- ing Plumas Arts at 283-3402. "We owe a great debt to all of the generous establish- ments and individuals who create such wonderful event," said Roxanne VaUadao, direc- tor of Plumas Arts. "The beautiful part is this is very much a win-win-win situation for all who participate. "The culinary artists win because we inspire them to present themselves and show- case some of their best work to a very interested audience. The public wins in an oppor- tunity to be the beneficiary of such creative endeavors, meet the artists who rarely have the opportunity to leave their kitchens and compile a men- tal wish list of where to go out for great meals in all parts of the county. "Plumas Arts wins by cele- brating culinary artists and presenting them to them a very interested clientele while enjoying a most neces- Still tickets for Shindig There are still a few tickets left for the Shanghai Shindig Saturday, March 27. There will be live entertain- ment by martial artists with Feather River Tang Soo Do, and there will also be a new prize available to a lucky tick. et holder, a bracelet and ear- rings of shiny, violet-tinged Bolivian ametrine. Also known as bolivianite, ametrine is a naturally occur- ring form of quartz, in this case a mixture of amethyst and citrine. "Almost all commercially available ametrine is mined in Bolivia," organizer Josie Litch- field said. "Legend has it that ametrine was first introduced to Europe by a conquistador as a gift to the Spanish Queen, af- ter he received the Anahi mine in Bolivia as a dowry." The bracelet and earrings were donated by Indian Val- ley resident 4M,tyhgwer ..... Tickets f6# Chance at the bracelet and earrings are avail- able at Plumas Bank, where the jewelry is also on display. Proceeds from tickets will benefit the Indian Valley Com- munity Center, which is sched- uled to open this summer. The winner will be an- nounced at the Shanghai Shindig, and tickets for the dinner and auction event may be obtained at Evergreen Mar- ket in Greenville and at Young's Market in Taylorsville. Renowned Chinese chef Pe- ter Chu of Redding and Show- er, locally renowned dessert chef, will provide adventures for palates. Volunteers will transform the town hall into venue befit- ting the cosmopolitan theme, and servers will enhance that feeling with their colorful far- eastern costumes. Shindig sports enthusiasts will be especially pleased with some of the auction items, which include signed Raiders helmets, guided fishing, hunt- ing and birding trips, and tickets to sporting events. Other items include overnight stays and dinners, antiques, furniture, artwork, a year's worth of desserts, a fully catered dinner for six to eight people, and other items. Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and dessert at 6:30 p.m., and a live auction at 7:30 p.m. The event is a fund-raiser for the Indian Valley Commu- nity Center, where an open house that same day, from 2-5 p.m., will provide residents with an opportunity to see what's left to do before the grand opening in June. The center is located on Highway 89 in Greenville, across from the Sierra Sun- rise Coffee House and Dell sary and appreciated finan- cial boost." "The Taste" also hosts samplings from numerous wineries and microbrew beers from around the North- state and beyond. Another great part of the event is a Silent Auction with a festive selection of services and adventure, fine art and unique items. The event is one of the pri- mary fundraisers for Plumas Arts, the region's most active cultural programming orga- nization. Plumas Arts brings art programs to the county schools, great events and per- formances to local audiences; coordinates a regional cul- tural events calendaring sys- tem in print and online at plumasarts.org; works col- laboratively with numerous organizations and groups; hosts Words & Music and a gallery of regional artists as well as managing the Town Hall Theatre. 2009 Taste of Plumas drew a sellout crowd and is expected to do the same this year. Photo Submitted L 0 ii i i , :ook, ng .... ....... for a Tax Preparer? try cial TQx My girlfriend went out with the girls last week -  and didn't come home until early AM. She said that she drank too much and wasn't sure what happened. She won't talk about it except to say that sheql get over it, but she's not, and our relationship is going downhill. I think that she was raped. Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 283-5515 and ask for a rape counselor. All calls are confidential. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 m=_. Center 1.877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center J Natural Grass-fed Angus Beef Pasture-raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics. II I Ell Coupon redeemable at Quincy Natural Foods *2 OFF any London Broil or Corned Beef* P LUMAS COUNTY DINING GUIDE A full color magazine produced by Feather Publishin 9 Co., Inc. Featuring fine dining in P(umas County! This is a publication that people will keep all year [ong.30,O00 copies printed and delivered to approximately 250 outlets throughout P[umas County. Quick reference guides and Iocator maps for your convenience. Deadlines: April 14, 2010 Publishes: May 17, 2010 Don't be left outl. Contact your advertising representative today! Sherri, Karen, Kay Val Cheri, Val Alesha, Michael 283-0800 258-3115 258-3115 832-4646