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Gov. Gavin Newsom and Plumas County Public Health Director want everyone to enjoy the Fourth but to be safe. File photo

Happy Fourth of July: Celebrations across Plumas today

Many of Plumas County’s Fourth of July events have wrapped up, but this is what is happening today:

Chester/Lake Almanor

Breakfast. Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

42nd annual Chester 4th of July Fun Run, 9 a.m. The one mile run/walk will start on the Collins Pine lawn and proceed down Chester’s historic Main Street to the finish at the Bidwell House. For more information about the ARPD, visit http://www.yourarpd.org or call (530) 258-2562. Registration is open now at http://www.chesterfunrun.com.

Arts & Crafts. Chester Park. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

BBQ Luncheon hosted by Lake Almanor Elks Lodge. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Polish dogs, hot dogs, chips, sodas, beer, wine.

Parade, Chester Main Street, 11 a.m.

Fireworks over Lake Almanor after dark. For more information, https://www.lakealmanorarea.com/4th-of-july.

Indian Valley

74th Annual Silver Buckle Rodeo. Pancake breakfast and parade in downtown Taylorsville, then on to the rodeo grounds for an afternoon of home-town rodeo entertainment. Tickets available for presale at the rodeo grounds beer booth June 30 to July 3, and at the gate on July 4. Learn more at: taylorsvillerodeo.com/july-4-rodeo.

Meadow Valley 

Meadow Valley Fire Department Annual 4th of July Parade and Community Potluck. Parade starts at 11 a.m. with picnic at fire station at noon. Parade entrants gather behind station at 10:30 a.m. Fire Department supplies hot dogs and beverages; community encouraged to bring side dishes or a dessert. All donations go to provide emergency response equipment for the department. For questions, please use Facebook Messenger.

3 thoughts on “Happy Fourth of July: Celebrations across Plumas today

  • I do not understand why Quincy does not celebrate the 4th of July. I know that we have the High Sierra Music Festival at the fairgrounds but we have parks that we could use. Even an arts and crafts fair like we used to have would be nice.

  • I agree as well. I moved up here just under four years ago and part of the reason I moved up here was the small town feel. But that small town feel has dwindled. There’s nothing in Dam Shirley park anymore. And am I wrong but is Sparkle the only celebration, besides, the prom parade, we have in downtown Quincy?
    What can we do to draw people to come out and support this sweet town and our many artisans? My 92 year old friend agrees.

    • Quincy has the County fair, July 27, 28, 29 and 30. Downtown parade sponsored by Chamber of Commerce on Saturday morning July 29. Usually a pancake breakfast before the parade sponsored by the Quincy Fire Department.

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