Up in the mountains, if you do ticket sales online, well, it just might not happen. Especially in Spring time. All of Plumas County has been cabin fevered for months now. The sky is blue now and though it might be cold, people just aren’t staying in doors. So we thought we’d keep with our Plumas County Springtime traditions of finally getting out and meeting the neighbors again that we haven’t seen since October. With that in mind, tickets are available at these outlets: Taylorsville: Young’s Market on Main Street —Thank you, Young’s Market for your support! Greenville: Lupine’s Natural Food on Crescent Hwy–Thank you, Hank, Lanis, and Lauren! Sterling Sage on Main Street–Thanks Josh and Bink! Quincy Alley Cat Cafe on Main Street—Thanks Julie! Feather River College Bookstore–FRC—Thanks Theo! and of course Plumas Arts in the Capital Building on Main–couldn’t do this project without you.
Proceeds from tickets sales will go to:
•Women’s Mountain Passages to Support their Digg In program for kids
•Funding for literary events and speakers in Plumas County
It’s great to have bakesales, but this is a way better way to raise the funding needed to bring literary arts to Plumas County and FRC.