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March 6, 2013

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March 6, 2013 Two special concerts for Paul Winer and friends By Joanne Winer Local bookstore owner and musician Paul Winer will be doing two more very special concerts this month. The ���rst will be a bene���t for the Q.I.A. on March 12 at 7 p.m. There will be no advanced ticket sales for this concert, just pay at the door-a donation of $5.00 per person. Paul has been doing concerts to sellout crowds at the Q.I.A. for the past three years, and for the past two years has been adding a special bene���t concert in March to show support for the Q.I.A. Said Paul ���I feel that the Q.I.A. is one of the most important parts of the winter scene here in Quartzsite, and the volunteers who run it do a phenomenal job with all the events they do there on a daily basis--I feel that this is one way we can show our support for all they do to make Quartzsite such a successful place to visit.��� As well as Paul, he will be accompanied by Ralph Martin, his sidekick and great one string washtub bass player, along with special guests valve trombone player Buddy Apfel, and longtime country guitar and vocalist Jerry Mullins. Doors open at 6 p.m. so get there early--remember--100% of the proceeds from this concert will go to the Q.I.A. Please come and help support the efforts of this wonderful place. This will be the last concert at the Q.I.A. this season. Paul will also be doing a ���rst concert at a brand new facility in Blythe on March 16. He has been invited to be the ���rst concert at the new Fine and Performing Arts Center that has just been opened on the campus of the Palo Verde College in Blythe. This theatre is a state of the art facility, with 400 plush seats and a huge stage. There OPEN 11 AM -7 PM DAILY 1099 West Main Street The TE WE���RE BACK IN TOWN! A Located at TIMtle Quartzsite Marketplace L t U e K rn! 50 E. Kuehn #12 Co across from Gamblers 50�� OFF Quartzsite, Arizona 928-927-8600 Call for TAKE-OUT www. for Good Food, Fun and Friendship! Breakfast ��� Lunch ��� Dinner Closed Sunday @ 2pm $ 350 Early Bird 6am - 7pm LUNCH BREAKFAST SPECIALS New Hours: 11am - 7pm DINNER SPECIALS 4-7pm Check weekly specials at SWEET DARLENE���S Specials 11-2 Monday-Friday Mon-Fri 6-9am $ 500 ��� Monday thru Thursday $6 ���Fri. Fish & Chips $875 ���Sat. Prime Rib $1195 FREE Coffee with every meal! 205 E. Main Street, Quartzsite 928-927-4163 MOUNTAIN QUAIL RESTAURANT & BAKERY CAFE Open Year-round for all holidays! BREAKFAST SPECIALS 490 N. Moon Mt. Ave., Quartzsite (corner of Moon Mt. & Quail Trail) OPEN at 6:30 AM Open Daily 6:30am - 7pm 50�� 776 E. MAIN ST., QUARTZSITE (at the I-10 Exit 19 off ramp) 928-927-9338 NOW OPEN! 12 noon - 7 pm 56250 Hwy 60 Vicksburg area 928-859-3054 ��� Thurs. Italian Night ��� Friday Fish Special ��� Sat. Prime Rib Enjoy our Famous Bread Pudding! 928-927-8890 Open 7am - 7pm 7 DAYS/ WEEK X Quail Trail N B-10, Main St. Hwy. 95, N. Central NLY Home Style Cooking! Moon Mountain 6:30am - 11 am C $ 99 O OFFEE 3 The Gathering Place of Quartzsite NEW Expanded MENU one bag of Kettle Corn Starting at will be two shows--one at 2 p.m. and one at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at the Palo Verde College of���ce in Blythe and also at Reader���s Oasis Bookstore and the Quartzsite Business Chamber of���ce in Quartzsite. Adult tickets for the two shows are $7.00 per person, and ASG students and children���s tickets are $5.00 each. The college is located easily by driving to the Lovekin exit in Blythe, turn left onto Hobsonway, turn right on Defraine (just past bowling alley) and turn left again at 6th Ave and up the hill to the college. For more information about tickets, please call the college at 760-922-5500 or call Paul at 928-927-6551. Paul will again have some special guests performing with him, so be sure to come and see this great show in the brand new theatre at the Palo Verde College in Blythe!! Main Street Eatery SUGAR FREE! Bring this ad in for Page 15

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