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Nestled against the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, Quincy, the Plumas County seat, is tucked at the edge of the lush American Valley. Quincy is known for its attractive downtown buildings that have been made the focus of preservation and restoration.

This enchanting town features murals of historical times in Quincy. Quincy has built a strong commitment to the arts, with a number of drama, musical, art shows and gallery events being staged at the historic Town Hall Theater, which is operated by a non-profit organization.

Quincy is located in Plumas County, of which it is the county seat, east of Chico between Paradise and Portola along Highway 70 near the Feather River and Antelope Lake.

Quincy is surrounded by the Plumas National Forest. There is also a Quincy, Florida.

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Arden Fair Sacramento CA March30-April18 Open the doors to Arden Fair and step inside. Here you'll find contemporary fashions, jewelry, accessories and brand name merchandise at over 165 specialty stores, plus Nordstrom's, Macy's, Sears, and JC Penney. Arden Fair also has a number of terrific restaurants, everything from fast food to fine dining. And it's completely enclosed, so it's always a comfortable 70 degrees inside no matter what it's like outside.
California Exposition & State Fair Sacramento CA June12-28 The Cal Expo is the site of the California State Fair. All year Satellite Wagering, Waterworld USA, Paradise Island Fun Center and an RV Park are just a few of the features of the Cal Expo.The first State Fair was held in 1854 in San Francisco at the old Music Hall. The fair offered premiums (prizes) for its competitions and included such agricultural exhibits such as 2-inch-long peanuts, 72-pound beets and a 10-pound carrot that was longer than 3 feet. Horseracing was part of that first fair and has continued to be a part of the fair ever since.