Salon opens in Quincy
COYOTE CREW TAKES SOME TIME OFF
This is certainly something they normally don’t do but The Coyote Bar & Grill in Graeagle is closed and will reopen in mid-February. Owner and Executive Chef Terry Moore and his entire crew are taking a much-needed break from what was yet another very busy season and some are heading south of the border. The trip to Oaxaca, Guanajuato and Colima, Mexico will give them a chance to explore culture, indulge in culinary delights and simply get a break from the daily grind. But rest assured, the crew will be back, refreshed and ready to go for the restaurant’s 2020 new season.
ARTS GALLERY ALSO CLOSED
As they do every January, The Plumas Arts Gallery in downtown Quincy is also closed for a brief stint and will reopen Friday, Feb. 7. The featured artist when they reopen will be the paintings by the very gifted Meadow Valley resident Michael Kerby.
CALPINE ELKS CRAB FEED IS ON!
The Calpine Elks Lodge is holding their very popular, very bountiful all you can eat Crab Feed on Friday, Jan. 31, and Saturday, Feb. 1, at their Lodge on Highway 70 just east of Portola. Social hour begins at 5 and dinner starts at 6 p.m. Menu includes crab, clam chowder, salad and bread. Advance ticket sales only, no tickets available at the door: Call Steve at 218-1828 or Eric at 559-2425.
SNOWMOBILERS: MARK YOUR CALENDAR
The annual Bucks Lake Poker Run sponsored by the Bucks Lake Snowdrifters is set for Saturday, Feb. 1, (weather permitting, the alternate date will be Feb. 15). Registration runs from 9 to 11 a.m. at Bucks Lake Lodge and events include the poker run, barbecued lunch, giveaways and cash prizes. And if you want to come just for lunch, tickets for lunch only are available. For more info call 249-4955.
COMEDY SHOW AT MAIN STREET BAR
Karen Powell at the Main Street Bar & Lounge in downtown Quincy has yet another fun-filled night planned, a Women’s Comedy Show. This is the second Pachuca Productions all-woman comedy show staring Kim Carroll, Tina Terrazas, Lisa Grant, Margaret Elysia Garcia and Risa Joy, homegrown Plumas County-based comedians providing an evening of laughter to get us all through the second half of winter. The show is Saturday, Jan. 18, from 7 to 9 p.m., in the upstairs lounge — which, by the way, is now open Thursdays and Fridays from 4 to 8 p.m. with Dale and Sandy Thomas stirring and serving.
SKI TUNE-UP SPECIAL
Feather River Outdoors owner David Arsenault is having a ski tune-up special so make sure you and your equipment are in great shape when you hit the slopes. This special runs through the winter season. The store is located on Main Street in downtown Quincy.
A WORTHY CAUSE FOR YOU TO SUPPORT
It’s really easy to become a Guardian to the homeless dogs being cared for at High Sierra Animal Rescue until they are placed. Your monthly donation is easy and convenient and will help them continue their life-saving work at the countywide rescue center based in Portola. Facilities manager Abby said that when you become a Guardian, you are ensuring the nonprofit has a steady stream of income to provide dogs with needed surgeries, and a safe environment while waiting for a second chance at happiness. All you need to do is fill out the simple form online at the website, highsierraanimalrescue.org and your donation will be processed each month. For more details to learn more about what we do or to volunteer call the shelter at 832-4727.