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Winter Film Festival at Lassen Park 2015

Monday, December 29th, 2014

 Winter Film Festival at Lassen Park is back again this year

When: Saturday January 17th through Monday, January 19, 2015
Where: KohmYah-mah-nee Visitor Center

Time: 10 am – 4 pm each day

This will be the third year for the Winter Film Festival at Lassen Park.  Plan your visit to Lassen Park to celebrate Lassen Volcanic National Park and outdoor recreation through film.

The Winter Film Festival will be featuring 6 full length films; Ultimate Mars Challenge, The City Dark, Tell it on the Mountain, The Great Vacation Squeeze, Glacier Caves; Mt. Hood’s Secret World and Ishi the Last Yahi.

There are also 13 different short films of 15 minutes or less. Please visit Lassen Park website for showing times and details on each of the films. This Winter Film Festival has something for any out  door enthusiast.

If you are not into watching films about the great outdoors you can simply enjoy the park and take in some great vistas while skiing, snowshoeing or just sledding.

Winter Snow Sports at Lassen


Bring your sleds, snowshoes and or skis to enjoy the winter wonderland of Lassen Park before or after watching a film.  Sledding is available close to parking area.  Short one mile walk along park road from visitor center to Sulphur Works is great for snowshoe beginners.

More advanced trails for both XC and back-country skiing and snowshoeing include McGowan Lake, Ridge Lakes, Brokeoff , Mt. Diller, and Pilot Pinnacle Maps of winter trails for Lassen Park  and Lassen National Forest.

 Earn Your Turns Video, great video of skiing the back-country of Lassen Park.

Lassen Park will be offering Ranger-led snowshoe walks on both Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 pm.

Lassen Cafe will be open for the weekend or bring your own picnic to enjoy by the natural stone fireplace in the visitor center. Many visitors love to tailgate in the parking lot.

Monday January 19th is the first fee free day of 2015 in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

This is a great weekend to visit Lassen Park. It is your choice to be adventurous or just stay at the visitor center and enjoy some great films offered during the Winter Film Festival at Lassen Park.


Where are you going be New Year’s Eve 2012?

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
Happy New Year

Ring in the New Year at the St. Bernard Lodge


Haven’t made plans yet to usher in 2013? Join us at the St. Bernard Lodge for a special New Year’s celebration.

Call us now at 530-258-3382 if you want to ring in the New Year with St. Bernard Lodge. Bring up to 22 of your favorite family and friends to celebrate the New Year.

St. Bernard Lodge New Year’s Package lets you book; two, three or four consecutive nights Friday Dec. 28th, 2012 thru Wednesday Jan. 2, 2013. Book the entire lodge for two nights and receive a 50% discount for the third and fourth nights lodging.

New Year's dinner with Family and Friends

Bring up to 22 of your family or friends.
Prime Rib Dinner New Year’s Eve
Champagne and appetizers at midnight to ring in the New Year
Breakfast served late New Year’s Day

New Year’s Day enjoy Chili, Cheese and crackers  with our compliments during the bowl games.



$400 per night for 7 rooms for up to 22 guests plus $12.00 per person.

$28.00 per person for Prime Rib Dinner New Year’s Eve

Complimentary Champagne and appetizers at midnight

Breakfast New Year’s Day

Almost the End of the Year


Let the New Year Begin







Start the Year Playing in the Snow

Other activities include snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snow play near the lodge or at Lassen Park.  Join in on Ranger-led snowshoe walks at Lassen Volcanic National Park Dec. 29th and 30th at 1:30 pm.  Meet at the Kohm Yah mah-nee Visitor Center.  If interested in a private group tour call 530-595-6132 to make arrangements.

Make your plans now.  Call us at 530-258-3382  to book St. Bernard Lodge for New Year’s.

New Year’s Eve booking requires a minimum two  night booking of the entire lodge and must be booked by phone.  Get your family and friends together and give us a call 530-258-3382.

Taste of Plumas

Friday, April 13th, 2012

Taste of Plumas has a few seats left.  Contact Plumas Arts Today!

4th Annual Taste Of Plumas


Saturday, April 14, 2012
Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds
Tastings begin at 5:30pm

Make sure you get your seat at the table for the 5th annual Taste of Plumas– one of the most anticipated, generally Sold out, events of the season with Rave Reviews helping to build a returning crowd.

Member Tickets here!

The taste allows you to tour of most of the best culinary establishments in Plumas County all in one location at one festive community gathering. Meet chefs and owners who will graciously enitce you to seek out more extensive dining experiences with thoughtfully prepared, lovingly presented delectable delights. Attendees are also welcome to vote for their favorites as part of the highly coveted People’s Choice Awards. “The Taste” also hosts samplings from numerous wineries and microbrew beers from around the North State and beyond

Organizing staff is please to report that that the economy had not daunted the interest of most restaurants and culinary business participation. We are enjoying the return of most culinary establishments from years past and the addition of several new ones.

It is also significant to note that in respect of the economic times that the admission price remains at the 2007 and 2008 levels. General Admission is merely $35 and includes one souvenir wine glass and the opportunity to savor samplings from 20+ restaurants, wineries and culinary businesses.

Plumas Arts members pay a discounted presale-only admission of $30.
Plumas Arts invites you to take this opportunity to become a member with your benefit ticket purchase, if you are not yet one, and commence your support and savings with this initial investment.

“We owe a great debt to all of the generous establishments and individuals who create such wonderful event. The beautiful part is that this is very much a win-win-win situation for all who participate. The culinary artists win because we inspire them to present themselves and showcase some of their best work to a very interested audience. The public wins in an opportunity to be the beneficiary of such creative endeavors, meet the artists who rarely have the opportunity to leave their kitchens and compile a mental wish list of where to go out for great meals in all parts of county. Plumas Arts wins by celebrating culinary artists and presenting them to them a very interested clientele while enjoying a most necessary and appreciated financial boost.”

Another great part of the event is a Silent Auction. “Some very creative items have been donated,” comments Auction Coordinators Linda McDermott and Trish Taylor. Local merchants and Plumas Arts members have made generous donations of services, adventures and unique items. There will also be a grand selection of framed prints and original art by local artists.

This event is also one of the primary fundraisers for Plumas Arts, the region’s most active cultural programming organization. Plumas Arts brings art programs to the county schools, great events and performances to local audiences; coordinates a regional cultural events calendaring system in print and online at; works collaboratively with numerous organizations and groups; hosts Words & Music and a gallery of regional artists as well as managing the Town Hall Theatre.

2012 Participant List

AIW Catering, Reno
Alley Cat Café, Quincy
American Valley Baking, Quincy
Beckwith Tavern, Beckwourth
Bella Luna Catering, Lake Almanor
Cakes Unleashed, Greenville
Carol’s Café & Catering, Prattville
Courthouse Cafe, Quincy
The Drunk Brush, Quincy
Evergreen Market, Greenville
Feather River College Culinary Arts
Greenhorn Guest Ranch, Spring Garden
The Grille at the Chalet View, Graeagle
Café Le Coq, Quincy
Longboards Bar & Grill, Blairsden
Indian Peak Vineyards, Graeagle
Nakoma Resort, Clio
Pangaea Café & Pub, Quincy
Quincy Cooking Cottage, Quincy
Quincy High School Pastry Class
Quincy Natural Foods, Quincy
Smile Dog Catering, Graeagle
Southern Accent, Quincy
Sterling Sage, Greenville
Undercover Ale, Blairsden
Enjoy a great evening in Quincy food tasting and some great wine from Indian Peak Vineyards.  Sunday come visit Lassen Park for a little snowshoeing or cross-country skiing.  Park still has plenty of snow.