Plumas County Events

Oct Nov & Dec. 2017                                        See all 2017 events


October 7, 2017
Weekly Farm Stand at Five Foot Farm
Hwy 70 in Quincy
9:00 am to 12:30 pm
Stock up on beautiful sustainably grown veggies, pick your own strawberries and smell the flowers
fivefootfarm@gmail.com or call (530) 394-0249



October 3
Fall Fest - US Forest Service
Mt. Hough Ranger District
Quincy
Live music, activities, education, living history and food
11 am to 3 pm
(530) 283-7618


October 3
Fall Century Leaf Peeper Bike Rides
Indian Valley
Greenville to Genesee & Antelope Lake
(530) 284-6633


October 3
Fall Festival
11 am - 2 pm
Taylorsville Grange Hall
Handcrafted items, homemade cakes, pies, candies, preserves. Luncheon noon, quilt giveaway 2 p.m
(530) 284-7532


October 3
Fire on the Mountain
Main Street Sports Bar
Quincy
Quircus Show, costume contest, DJ
7:30 pm


October 3 and 4
Art in the Canyon
River Gallery in Tobin
Artist's work featuring the Feather River Canyon
(530) 283-1909


October 4
Allison and Victor in Concert
West End Theatre
Quincy
7 pm
(530) 283-1956


October 8
Words & Music
Patti's Thunder
starts at 7:00 pm
Quincy
(530) 283-3402


October 10
Fractured Fashionistas Fashion Show
Veterans Hall, Quincy
6:30 pm
Benefit for PAWS
$15
(530) 284-7480


October 10
Beer Stroll
Chester
Fundraiser for "Save the Olsen Barn"
Feather River Land Trust


October 10 and 11
Art in the Canyon
River Gallery in Tobin
Artist's work featuring the Feather River Canyon
(530) 283-1909


October 10 and 11
Every Saturday and Sunday during October
Lil' Megs Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkins, Bake Sale
Maze, Games
Segundo Rd.
Beckwourth
10 am to 4 pm
(530) 412-1073
More information and directions


October 11
3rd Annual Lady Elks Fall Craft Fair
71292 Highway 70 (just past Chalet View)
Portola
11 am to 4 pm
(530) 832-1229


October 16
Words and Music
The Williams House
Portola
Starts at 7 pm
(530) 283-3402


October 16
Donkey Walk - Jamison Canyon Emigrant Trail
Guided hike highlighting ecological, historical and cultural elements
Donkey to pack items
Approximately 10 miles round trip
Wildlife, native flora
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Moderately strenuous
Plumas-Eureka State Park
More info and to sign up


October 16
Sierra Valley Stargazing
Join local experts for stargazing
All ages welcome
Potluck dishes and beverages
Pre-registration required
Register here


October 17
Lake Davis Bird Watching
Meet at the rest stop on Highway 70 just east of Grizzly Rd in Sierra Valley at 8:00 am (801) 921-1840


October 17
Mountain Harvest Festival
Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds
Quincy
Beer Tasting, Live Music, Silent Auction
Over 20 Breweries
Benefit Plumas Arts
(530) 283-3402


October 17 & 18
Every Saturday and Sunday during October
Lil' Megs Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkins, Bake Sale
Maze, Games
Segundo Rd.
Beckwourth
10 am to 4 pm
(530) 412-1073
More information and directions


October 24
Fall Fun on the Heart K
Make some art, take a walk
hear live music
10 am to 4 pm
Heart K Ranch
Indian Valley
Click on the link above for directions and more information


October 24 
Halloween Carnival
Greenville
(530) 701-3653


October 24 & 25
Every Saturday and Sunday during October
Lil' Megs Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkins, Bake Sale
Maze, Games
Segundo Rd.
Beckwourth
10 am to 4 pm
(530) 412-1073
More information and directions


October 24
Zombie Run and Monster Mash Dance Party
Chester
(530) 258-2562


October 24
Apple JOLT (Juice'em or Lose'em)
4th Annual apple pressing
Main Street (across from Quincy Natural Foods)
Quincy
11 am to 4 pm
Bring your apples and containers
(530) 394-0269


October 30
Safe Trick or Treat
Downtown Quincy
(530) 283-0188


October 30
Merchants' Safe Trick or Treat
Chester
(530) 258-2462


October 31
Every Saturday and Sunday during October
Lil' Megs Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkins, Bake Sale
Maze, Games
Segundo Rd.
Beckwourth
10 am to 4 pm
(530) 412-1073
More information and directions


October 31
Halloween Harvest Feast and Brews
Dining and lodging special featuring locally grown produce and Eureka Peak brews
Chalet View Lodge
Graeagle
800-510-8439.for reservations


November 1
Dawn Institute Apple Fest
Indian Falls
(530) 284-6036
(This is a tentative date, please call to verify)


November 1, 2 & 3
Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
5:30PM @ The Drunk Brush
Then on to Moon's Restaurant
the scene of the crime  
$40 ticket includes wine and appetizers, dinner and theater Prizes  
Advance purchase necessary
(530) 283-9900


November 6
Artist's Opening Reception
Plumas Arts Gallery
Quincy
5 to 7 pm
(530) 283-3402


November 6, 7 and 8
Over 30 shops, restaurants & businesses in Chester, Lake Almanor,
Canyon Dam, Greenville, Taylorsville and Crescent Mills participate

AND AND AND
Christmas Open House Boutiques
All of Indian Valley
(530) 284-7334
(530) 258-2150


November 7
Artist's Opening Reception
Main Street Artists Gallery
Quincy
5 to 7 pm
(530) 283-1909


November 10
Jeffrey Foucault in concert
Rock's Roadhouse
Feather River Hot Springs
Twain
Doors open 6 pm, Music at 7 pm
925-783-2913


November 10
Rough-legged Hawk Migration Talk
Jeff Kidd
Plumas Audubon
7 pm
Mohawk Community Resource Center
Corner of Hwys 70 & 89
Graeagle


November 11
Veteran's Day Parade & Ceremony
Greenville Main Street
(530) 284-6633

 


November 11, 12 and 13th

 

Almanor to Indian Valley Holiday Shopping Tour
During the tour participating businesses open their doors for a holiday preview of their goods and services with refreshments, drawings, "candle hunt" and holiday specials.
Tour Map. 


November 10
Words & Music
Patti's Thunder
starts at 7:00 pm
Quincy
(530) 283-3402



November 20
Words and Music
The Williams House
Portola
Starts at 7 pm
(530) 283-3402


November 20
John Craigie in concert
Back by popular demand
West end Theatre
Quincy
7:30 pm
(530) 283-1956


November 19
Sierra Hospice Tree Lighting
Chester
(530) 258-3412


November 25
Merchant Night and Light Parade
Chester
(530) 258-2426


November 25, 26
Mohawk Community Art Faire
Graeagle Fire Hall
10 am - 4 pm Sat
10 am - 3 pm Sun
Local & regional artisans
crafts and gift items
(530) 836-0446


November 26
Taylorsville Christmas Light Parade
Merchant open houses
Fundraiser Chili Dinner for Wolfcreek 4-H.  Served 4 pm until gone
Taylorsville
(530) 284-9985 or (530) 284-7622


 


December 1

 

 

Indian Valley Chamber
Year End Mixer  5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greenville Community Town Hall. Bring a dessert or appetizer to share.  Ham and potatoes provided.  Drinks available.  Free admission. Community member of the year awarded.  

 


 December 1-4 Thursday through Sunday

 

It's a Wonderful Life, West End Theatre, Quincy, 7PM, Friday 8PM (after sparkle) 2PM Sunday matinee. This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve. Tickets $18/adults, $15/students & seniors, at Carey Candy Co. and the West End Theatre Café. westendtheatre.us


December 2
Main Street Sparkle
Merchant's Specials
Downtown Quincy
5 pm
Trucker's light parade
Tree lighting 7 pm
(530) 283-0188


December 2
Mt. Lassen Theatre Downtown Chester

7 pm.  "What If"
A suggested donation of $5 to show support for the remodel  


 


 

December 2

Plumas Arts Gallery
525 Main Street
Quincy
Featured Artists:  Hannah Rose Miller and Charlotte Ballenger
5 to 7 pm
Local Artists' Co-op gallery
(530) 283-1909

 


 

December 2 

Artist's Opening Reception,
Main St. Gallery, 5-8PM. Featuring a group show. 283-1909 


December 2
Portola Tree Lighting
Light Parade
Santa
5 to 9 pm
(530) 836-6811


December 3
Annual Graeagle Holiday Festival and
Tree Lighting
Downtown Graeagle
Refreshments, carolers, prizes
Horse-drawn wagon rides
Tree Lighting
Santa
(530) 836-1856


December 3
Eta Alpha Holiday Craft Fair
Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds
Quincy
9 am to 3 pm
Photos w/Santa 10-12 & 12:30 - 2:30
Prizes, raffles, 40 local vendors
(530) 283-2668


December 2-3
Santa Train
Western Pacific Railroad Museum
Portola
5 to 8 pm
Santa, refreshments
$5 + 3 cans of food per carload
(530) 832-4131


December 8
Words & Music
Patti's Thunder
starts at 7:00 pm
Quincy
(530) 283-3402


December 8, 9, 10, 11
It's a Wonderful Life: A 1940's Radio Play

It's a Wonderful Life, West End Theatre, Quincy, 7PM, 4PM Sunday matinee following the Courthouse Sing. This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.Tickets $18/adults, $15/students & seniors, at Carey Candy Co. and the West End Theatre Café.
West End Theatre
Quincy

(530) 283-1956


December 9
Mt. Lassen Theatre Downtown Chester
7pm.  "Here comes the Boom"
A suggested donation  of $5 to show support for the remodel

 


December 11
Wassail Bowl Celebration
Plumas County Museum
Quincy
5 to 7 pm
(530) 283-0188


December 9 - 10
Santa Train
Western Pacific Railroad Museum
Portola
5 to 8 pm
Santa, refreshments
$5 + 3 cans of food per carload
(530) 832-4131


December TBD
Greenville Business Christmas Open House
Special Deals & Treats
Noon to 5 pm
(530) 284-6633


December 10
Festival of Trees
Ceremony with Memorial Lights
Indian Valley Community Center
Greenville
Santa, food, storyland, kids activities
7pm
(530) 284-6633


December 11
Annual Courthouse Sing
Plumas County Courthouse
Quincy
2 pm
Community choirs & singing groups perform

 


December  13

 

High Sierra Youth Orchestra
Presents a Christmas Concert
5:30- 6:30 pm  Doors open at 5 pm 
Refreshments available.  Admission is Free


December 14
Plumas Audubon Christmas Bird Count
Sierra Valley
7 am to 4:30 pm  More information contact Colin Dillingham dillingham7@digitalpath.net
(510) 590-7410


December 16
Mt. Lassen Theatre Downtown Chester
7pm.  "Cinderella"
A suggested donation of $5 to show support for the remodel 


December 16
Plumas Audubon Christmas Bird Count
Meet at Holiday Market.  More information rburnett@pointblue.org
Lake Almanor
7 am to 4:30 pm



 


 

December 17
Plumas Audubon Christmas Bird Count
Meet at Midtown Coffee in Quincy.  More information djury@frc.edu
American Valley
7 am to 4:30 pm
(530) 616-1461


December 16-17
Santa Train
Western Pacific Railroad Museum
Portola
5 to 8 pm
Santa, refreshments
$5 + 3 cans of food per carload
(530) 832-4131


December 17

Polar Express showing at the Town Hall Theatre

2pm  Admission is Free. 


December 23
Mt. Lassen Theatre
7 pm. "Tarzan"
A suggested donation of $5 to show support for the remodel

 


December 31
Annual New Years Eve Party & Fireworks
Genesee Store and Bistro
Genesee
6:30 to 9 pm
Complimentary appetizers w/purchase of a beverage
(530) 284-6351


December 31
New Year's Eve Gala
Longboard's Bar & Grill
Graeagle
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, gourmet dinner, and dancing
Call for details.
(530) 836-1111