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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 lSB Popul r event set for Nov. 11 Dancing With the Stars is with Johanna Oliver of back Saturday, Nov. 11 -- Quincy Fire Department; :Veteran's Day. - Riley York, FRC rodeo The Feather River College coach, dancing with Sara Foundation proudly presents Taylor Mays of Rhythm and :a cast of stars and coaches Grace Dance Studio; :from all walks of life, Counselor Wayne Yates experience, rhythm and dancing with his daughter istyle. Tickets are on sale Molly Yates of Rhythm and :now at Quincy Provisions Grace Dance Studio; iand Moon's Restaurant and - Chef Sean Conry, of local online at Frcfoundation.org culinary renown, dancing :(click on the event), with Becky Powers, Grandstand seats are $15 wilderness therapist; iand table seats on the dance - Jacque Martinez floor are $30, including Blanton, Plumas County delicious food and a Behavioral Health, dancing :beverage. For dance floor with her son Cal Blanton, :table tickets, call Nancy at student of the Outdoor 1927.7473. Leadership Program at FRC; The show will be held in- Neal Caiazzo, Plumas Serpilio Hail at the County Department of Social :Plumas-Sierra County Services, dancing with .Fairgrounds in Quincy. Becky York, mathematical Doors open at 5 p.m. for table wizard at Quincy High seating and 5:30 p.m. for School; grandstand seating. , - MollyBaker, Sierra As in years past, 10 power Pacific Industries, dancing couples, including a star and with Zack Byers also of SPI a coach, put their pedals to fame; the metal and compete for - Carlie McCarthy, dean of the grand prize, withoutStudent Services at FRC, sparing technique, dazzle dancing with James Shipp, and charm. Plumas Parks and In addition to the danceRecreation; competition, the sponsors - Gracie Yates, former are excited to announce the DWTS champion of Rhythm return of the and Grace Dance Studio, table-decorating contest --- dancing with Sam Langdale prizes will be awarded to the of Quincy High School most unique table -- a football fame and, of course, costume contest for those Moon's Restaurant. that wish to dress in their - And a dance trio of some most gaudy, outlandish very special local celebrities ballroom attire, a raffle you won't want to miss! where you can show support Dances this year include for the couple you think will the tango, paso doble, waltz, win and other fun activities west & east coast swing, for the whole family, mambo and country swing. The all-star cast includes: Event sponsors note that - Star Terry Baumgartner, tickets are selling fast and FRC baseball coach, dancing are limited so the time to get with Halley Rogers of the tickets is now. Food and FRC Dance Team; beverages are available from - Russell Rappel Schmid,the culinary team at FRC, representing the California where Sean Conry leads the Highway Patrol, dancing charge in addition to An opening reception will be held Friday, Nov. 3, from $ to 7 p.m., at the gallery. HOFFMAN, from page 14B addictive. Using various masking devices and stencils, she experiments with applying multiple layers of color using spray cans of metallic paint and sparkly over.sprays on canvases both large and small. The result is a series of astonishing abstract paintings with a joyfully meditative quality. A special feature of this new body of work is that, with a few exceptions, all canvases are painted in various shades of blue, which unifies this collection and has a soothing effect on the viewer. This does not dull the senses, but rather, adds a measure of interest and a desire to explore the visual elements of each piece. She also uses common household implements such as various screens (even a fly swatter) to create striking geometric patterns, which add interest and vitality to the work. It's always exciting when artists take a fork in the road and challenge themselves to try something new and different, said gallery representatives. With "Mystic Glitz" Marilyn has proved this to be a worthwhile experiment. The opening reception will be held Friday, Nov. 3, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Main Street Artists Gallery, 436 West Main St. in Quincy. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. competing for the dance title. For dance floor table tickets, call Nancy at 927-7473. Food and beverages are also available for grandstand seating. For general information about the event, contact Lisa Kelly at Moon's Restaurant at 283-9900. This event benefits the FRC Foundation, supporting students and faculty through programs, events and grants. 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Made fresh dailyl Midtown Coffee " 231 Main St., Quincy 283-5061 Next Door to Papa Murphy's Terry Baumgartner, Feather River College baseball coach, practices with his partner Halley Rogers, a member of the FRC Dance Team in preparation for Dancing with the Stars ~ the Fairgrounds In Quiny on NOV. 11. Photo submitted Come in and see our unique selections of glassware, fashion accessories and home decor accents. We carry a wide variety of greeting cards & children's educational toys. Year-Round Christmas Shop Women's Apparel scarves s ouses coats sweatshirts r jewelry hair accessories Unique Home Decor