The Mohawk Community Resource Center (MCRC) has been operating in Blairsden for 18 years and has been a proven benefit to the area. The Center holds several fundraisers and events throughout the year to support the operating expenses so that the doors remain open to the community at large.
The Center is a dynamic gathering spot in the community with diverse events and activities that appeal to residents with all kinds of interests.
Exercise and Pilates classes, tai chi and qi gong, line dancing, couples dancing, a lending library, computer access and serves as a meeting room for civic organizations and special events are all offered at the Center.
In addition, the Center provides a Cinco de Mayo celebration each year and conducts the Mohawk Community Art Faire on the two days following Thanksgiving, as well as other events throughout the year.
To keep the community informed about its offerings, MCRC will hold an Open House on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The public is invited and refreshments will be offered to all that attend.
Board member Mark Cowan will present a slide presentation on the many services offered and some of the activity leaders will be there to explain their offerings in detail.
Visitors are welcome and will meet the many dedicated volunteers who make the MCRC such a valuable asset to Plumas County residents. MCRC is located at the intersection of highways 89 and 70, near the Corner Barn in Blairsden.
The Mohawk Community Resource Center is a service of Plumas Rural Services, and serves to enrich the lives of the residents and visitors of the surrounding communities in a friendly atmosphere. A variety of activities take place at the center daily.
For more information about MCRC and this event, call 836-0446 or visit www.PlumasRuralServices.org/mcrc .