Take a respite from all the holiday hubbub and get into the real spirit of the season by joining with friends and neighbors at any of Plumas Arts’ Words & Music holiday celebrations in the coming weeks.
Each Words & Music venue has a different feel and flair, so start with one and make it a goal to try them all, either this month or in the coming year.
In the tradition of the ongoing Words & Music program, a variety of spoken word and musical artists will take the stage in an extended sort of “open stage” performance, which has come to be called the holiday locals all-stars lineup.
Starting it off is the Quincy Holiday Words & Music, Thursday, Dec. 9, at Morning Thunder Café.
Chester’s Words & Music is Thursday, Dec. 16, at The Coffee Station.
Portola Words & Music follows right behind Friday, Dec. 17, at “The Feather” Community Arts Center.
As time allows, aspiring poets, musicians, storytellers or actors wishing to perform are encouraged to sign up at the door before 7:30 p.m.
Programs start between 7 and 7:20 p.m. Admission is still only $3. No-host beverages and goodies are available at all the venues.
In Words & Music, the audience and the artist share equally important roles. The artists bring their creative endeavors, hearts ands souls. The audience provides compassionate, caring attention. Both are essential.
Words & Music always reminds us all of why we treasure living in Plumas County. The holiday shows really display what wonderful communities we live in.
Words & Music is an acoustic music and spoken word program which has been sponsored by Plumas Arts since 1989. For information, contact us at 283-3402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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