Plumas Arts Gallery now open on weekends
In response to concerns of downtown closures during the weekend Plumas Arts has decided to increase their weekend hours. Beginning Saturday, Oct. 16 The Plumas Arts Gallery will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. right through until Christmas. These hours will be added to regular gallery and office hours of Wednesday to Friday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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Words & Music season begins
Words & Music returns from its traditional summer break with three October evening programs scheduled around the county.
First up is the Quincy Words & Music Thursday, Oct. 14, at Morning Thunder Café with featured artist Andrew Ohren.
In Portola Friday, Oct. 22, at The Feather Community Art Center featured musicians are Penny and Dude Berry.
Finishing up the month will be Jeff Ellermeyer as the featured musician Thursday, Oct. 28, in Chester at the Coffee Station.
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Meet Plumas District Hospital’s interim CEO
Linda Jameson, Plumas District Hospital’s chief nursing officer/risk manager, was recently appointed interim chief executive officer. During the same meeting, the board signed a severance agreement with outgoing CEO Dick Hathaway.
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Local fishing association seeks help to repair fish cages at Lake Almanor
M. Kate West
“The fish cage program in Hamilton Branch has been in operation for the past 22 years with little to no maintenance,” said Paul Garrido of Almanor Fishing Association.
Due to wind, water surges and winter snows, the platforms and cages have greatly deteriorated.
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Photo bloggers are boosting Plumas County tourism
Suzi Brakken - Plumas County Visitor's Bureau
The promotion of Plumas County’s fall foliage has attracted unprecedented numbers of visitors and inquiries this year, but there’s been an additional benefit, thanks to technology. The changing leaves have been attracting more and more photographers and photo clubs who post their pictures online via websites, blogs and Facebook, thereby adding to the viral marketing effort.
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