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Music offered at Plumas-Eureka State Park’s Moriarity House

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Two musical groups, Ambrose Pollock and Benny, Penny & Dude, are set to provide entertainment at Plumas-Eureka State Park on June 27. The fundraising event will support keeping the park open and providing visitor programs. Photos submitted
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  On Thursday evening, June 27, Plumas-Eureka State Park Association will hold a fundraiser outdoors at the Moriarity House in the state park from 4 to 7 p.m. featuring two local musical groups, Ambrose Pollock and Benny, Penny & Dude.

  Appetizers will be provided by the David family and The Iron Door restaurant in Johnsville due to their generous donation.

  Tours of the Moriarity House led by park docents will also be available throughout the evening.

  Tickets are available at the park museum front desk in Johnsville, and the Outpost and Millworks in Graeagle for a donation of $35. The cost includes a commemorative wine glass, one glass of wine or beer (additional wine and beer will be available for a nominal fee) and an evening of music and appetizers.

  Donations will be used to help support keeping the park open and provide additional visitor educational and interpretative programs at the park this summer. For additional information, contact Cathie at 836-4441, Lyn at 836-1182 or Tim at 836-1995.


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