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Events in the next 30 days...
Sunday, August 18, 2019
REGISTRATION 7:30 - 9 AM AT PLUMAS-SIERRA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, QUINCY, CA
FULL BREAKFAST 7:30 - 8:45 AM
USDA MEAT PROCESSOR LAHONTAN VALLEY MEATS
249-0711 OR 249-4036

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
All kids welcome!

Every Wednesday at 12 noon through August 21st.

more info...

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Friday, August 30, 2019
The 2019 Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival takes place over Labor Day Weekend, August 30-September 1 at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds. Tickets are “cheap”, as Steffanic describes them. $30 per person if purchased before July 1, and then the price goes up to $35. He claims when the event gets to the point where it is charging comparable prices to other established festivals, there will always be a special price for locals. In the meantime, he invites everyone to come out at take advantage of the current low admission. Camping rates are inexpensive as well, so out of town family members have a low cost alternative, but locals may want to stay at the Fairgrounds to avoid the commute home after a day of good times. Details, including performers, tentative schedule, ticket and camping options are all on the website; www.plumasamericana.com.
Sunday’s headliners are the Newport Nightingales. They fall under the category of Americana, but nowhere near Bluegrass! This trio of young singers with top notch back-up bring out an Andrew Sisters vibe that you haven’t seen in quite a while; totally fresh and entertaining. Although these groups are listed as headliners, the truth is, any of the groups performing at this year’s festival could have filled those slots as well. 
 
On Saturday, the Festival welcomes back Sourdough Slim, along with Bob Armstrong, singing cowboy music and spinning Old West Yarns. Along the same vein, Cowboy Poet Tony Argento will perform a couple of times on the Old Town Stage. On the same level as other out-of-area groups performing, local acts Now & Then and Lilah Washburn and the Quincy Pickers will represent our musical talent in Plumas County. Now & Then, featuring legends Dave & Shelley Johns, will kick off the Festival by performing on Friday, August 30 at 3pm on the Pavilion Stage. Of course, the official National Anthem as performed by Johnny Walker and his magical harmonica will take place on the main stage on Saturday night around 5:50pm.
 

Friday, August 30, 2019
Saturday, August 31, 2019
Sunday, September 1, 2019
The 2019 Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival takes place over Labor Day Weekend, August 30-September 1 at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds. Tickets are “cheap”, as Steffanic describes them. $30 per person if purchased before July 1, and then the price goes up to $35. He claims when the event gets to the point where it is charging comparable prices to other established festivals, there will always be a special price for locals. In the meantime, he invites everyone to come out at take advantage of the current low admission. Camping rates are inexpensive as well, so out of town family members have a low cost alternative, but locals may want to stay at the Fairgrounds to avoid the commute home after a day of good times. Details, including performers, tentative schedule, ticket and camping options are all on the website; www.plumasamericana.com.
Sunday’s headliners are the Newport Nightingales. They fall under the category of Americana, but nowhere near Bluegrass! This trio of young singers with top notch back-up bring out an Andrew Sisters vibe that you haven’t seen in quite a while; totally fresh and entertaining. Although these groups are listed as headliners, the truth is, any of the groups performing at this year’s festival could have filled those slots as well. 
 
On Saturday, the Festival welcomes back Sourdough Slim, along with Bob Armstrong, singing cowboy music and spinning Old West Yarns. Along the same vein, Cowboy Poet Tony Argento will perform a couple of times on the Old Town Stage. On the same level as other out-of-area groups performing, local acts Now & Then and Lilah Washburn and the Quincy Pickers will represent our musical talent in Plumas County. Now & Then, featuring legends Dave & Shelley Johns, will kick off the Festival by performing on Friday, August 30 at 3pm on the Pavilion Stage. Of course, the official National Anthem as performed by Johnny Walker and his magical harmonica will take place on the main stage on Saturday night around 5:50pm.
 

Sunday, September 1, 2019
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
 CSTI Training Course: Medical Health Operations Center Support Activities (MHOCSA) - Redding

 http://sierracounty.ca.gov/agendacenter
 
 

Thursday, September 5, 2019
 CSTI Training Course: Medical Health Operations Center Support Activities (MHOCSA) - Redding

 http://sierracounty.ca.gov/agendacenter
 
 

Thursday, September 5, 2019
Saturday, September 7, 2019
Country Market Bazaar Meet & Greet: Saturday July 6.  August 10 (market and Heritage Day, tentative per tribe), September 7 will have a Country Market Bazaar Meet & Greet and on the 28 as part of Arts & Ag where we will have artist, October 26 Pumpkin Fest, final event of the year. 
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Tuesday, September 10, 2019