Come join friends and neighbors on Sept. 17 at 4:30 p.m. for the second-to-last Greenville Community Picnic of the year.
The evenings are cooling off and it’s a great time to enjoy music, nature, food and each other, said Daniel Kearns, the event’s organizer. “This one is going to be a little louder than usual,” he said.
The Back 40, led by Tommy Miles of Quincy, will be back with their great mix of music for “movin’ those feet,” said Kearns. Hamburger dinners are being donated by Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, with their volunteers cooking on site.
“Dinner is free so just bring yourself something to sit on,” Kearns said.
“Dinner is free so just bring yourself something to sit on.”Daniel Kearns, Emotional and Spiritual Wellness Committee spokesman
This event was created to provide the greater Indian Valley community an opportunity to come together and enjoy, just for the fun of it. “We are very lucky to have this lovely setting and such wonderful community members. This is our way of being grateful for and enjoying these blessings,” Kearns added.
The last picnic of the year, scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 15., will end the season with a bang. Two bands will be playing some good, loud rock and roll, with dinner provided by the Greenville Rotary Club.
“It’s going to be a great way to end the season!” said Kearns.
Special thanks to Plumas Arts for providing funding for the bands, Indian Valley Community Services District for use and maintenance of the park, Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce for providing insurance, Plumas Rural Services and the Emotional and Spiritual Wellness Committee of the Dixie Fire Collaborative for support in holding this event.
Information submitted by the Emotional and Spiritual Wellness Committee of the Dixie Fire Collaborative