Every Tuesday, Oroville Rotary Club Meeting, noon-1:15, 2385 Montgomery St, Oroville
Every Wednesday, Open Mikefull, 7PM Norton Buffalo Hall, 5704 Chapel Dr., Paradise, Sign ups start at 6:45 for a two-song or 10-minute slot, $2, http://nortonbuffalohall.com
Fridays, Car Show 6-9pm, Bartel’s Giant Burger, 22355 Corning Road, Corning, Local hot rod, classic and muscle car enthusiasts gather weekly in the parking lot.
Every Thursday Night thru Sept 27, Thursday Night Market, On Broadway between 2nd and 5th Street, including side streets and the fabulous City Plaza! Features a bounty of farm-fresh produce from CDFA certified farmers, mouth-watering prepared foods from food trucks and booths, handmade, local arts and crafts, and live entertainment.
Every Friday thru Sept 7, Friday Night Concert, 7-8:30pm, City Plaza Downtown Chico, concert band applications online at https://www.downtownchico.com/event-friday-night-concerts_9.htm, +1.530.345.6500
Mar 16, NLC Lineman Rodeo, 9am-1pm, Come out and see the new graduating class compete.Lunch Truck Palooza, bounce house, family games and prizes included. Free admission. 2009 Challenger Ave, Oroville. Tina McGee +1.530.764.2125 http://www.lineman.edu
Mar 18, Goiste in concert, 7:30pm, Named Live Ireland’s “Traditional Group of the Year” 400 W 1st St, Chico, $10-$37, +1.530.898.4636, https://www.chicoevents.com/goitse/
Mar 20, Buddy Guy, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Guitarist in concert, 7:30 pm, 400 W 1st St, Chico, $10-$70, https://www.chicoevents.com/buddy-guy/ , +1.530.898.4636
Mar 18, Goiste in concert, 7:30pm, Named Live Ireland’s “Traditional Group of the
Apr 5, Thursday Night Market Is Back! between 2nd and 5th Street, including side streets and the fabulous City Plaza! farm-fresh produce from CDFA certified farmers, mouth-watering prepared foods from food trucks and booths, handmade, local arts and crafts, and live entertainment for all ages. Vendor applications online at https://www.downtownchico.com/event-thursday-night-market_16.htm
Apr 6 & 7, A Grand Night for Singing, 7:30pm, CSU, Chico’s Musical Theatre Ensemble, The Off-Broadways, present a fresh take on the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Free admission, Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall at CSU, Chico, +1.530.898.5152, https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/a-grand-night-for-singing-4706
Apr 10, Shinedown in Concert with Empire City, 8pm, Senator Theater 517 Main St., Chico. $40, https://www.jmaxproductions.net/event/8058945/shinedown/
April 14, Jazz X-Press: With A Little Help From Our Friends, 7:30pm, The Jazz X-Press will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of a highly successful tour and performance at the Telluride Jazz Festival. $6-$15, Purchase tickets at the University Box Office, +1.530.898.6333, online at www.csuchico.edu/boxoffice, or at the door. https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/jazz-x-press-with-a-little-help-from-our-friends-4708
Apr 21, 19th Kruschke Piano Competition, Noon at Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall at CSU, Chico, Don’t miss outstanding California pianists as they vie for the Earl R. and Marilyn Ann Kruschke $2,000 prize. Free admission +1.530.898.4043, https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/19th-kruschke-piano-competition-4709
Apr 24, Jazz II and Concert Band: Jazz Plus, 7:30pm, Harlen Adams Theatre at CSU, Chico. A special evening of music from overtures and marches to big band swing and fusion, alongside compositions from Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Count Basie and Sammy Nestico. Free admission. +1.530.898.5152. https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/jazz-ii-and-concert-band-jazz-plus-4712
Apr 28, CSU, Chico Choral Ensembles: A Garland of Song, 7:30pm, Harlen Adams Theatre at CSU, Chico, The CSU, Chico University Chorus, Acappella Choir, and Chamber Singers gather a delightful bouquet of song through the repertoire of choral music. $6-$15, Purchase tickets at the University Box Office, +1.530.898.6333, online at www.csuchico.edu/boxoffice, or at the door. https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/csu-chico-choral-ensembles-a-garland-of-song-4713
May 2-5, 2018 Spring Musical: Avenue Q. 7:30pm daily, Sunday at 2pm. Tony Award winner for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book. Laxson Auditorium, West 1st Street and Salem Street Downtown Chico.$10-$20, Purchase tickets at the University Box Office, +1.530.898.6333, online at www.csuchico.edu/boxoffice, or at the door. https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/2018-spring-musical-avenue-q-4714
May 4, Friday Night Concerts Return! 7-8:30pm, City Plaza Downtown Chico, concert band applications online at https://www.downtownchico.com/event-friday-night-concerts_9.htm, +1.530.345.6500
April 12-13 ,The Banff Mountain Film Festival, Adventure Outings and Chico Performances bring the outdoors into the Laxson Theatre with two nights of adventure films curated by the Banff center. 7:30pm, Laxson Auditorium, West 1st Street and Salem Street Downtown Chico, $10-$17, https://www.downtownchico.com/event-the-banff-mountain-film-festival-world-tour_290.htm
May 11, Chico State Guitar Ensemble: Estampas, 7:30pm, Zingg Recital Hall at CSU, Chico, $6-$15, +1.530.898.5152, Purchase tickets at the University Box Office, +1.530.898.6333, online at www.csuchico.edu/boxoffice, or at the door. https://business.orovillechamber.com/events/details/chico-state-guitar-ensemble-estampas-4715
Every Monday, 6PM, Line Dancing Class, Westwood Community Center
Every Tuesday, Yoga Class In Westwood, Contact Laima for times and locations, +1530.256.3383
Every Monday Susanville Weight Watchers. Lunch meeting 12-1 and evening meeting 5-6. New meeting address is Susanville Mall. 805 Main Street In The Commuity Room.
Every Thursday, 5:45PM, Bingo $1 per game, 125 Birch St., Westwood
Every Saturday & Sunday Jan 6 -Apr 1, Ranger-led Snowshoe Walks, Lassen Volcanic National Park Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, +1.530.595.4480, $1 donation to cover snowshoe maintenance is appreciated. Space is limited; free tickets are available each day inside of the visitor center
Mar 17, Chimney Fund Crab Feed, Westwood Visitor’s Center,
Mar 29, Rotary District 5190 Youth Instrumental Music Contest (ages 14-18), 6pm-9pm, Eagle Lake Village, 2001 Paul Bunyan Rd, Susanville, enter no later than March 23, 2018. http://lassencountychamber.org/events/details/rotary-district-5190-youth-instrumental-music-contest-ages-14-18-4421
May 18-20, 9th Annual POW-WOW Susanville Indian Rancheria, Lassen County Fairgrounds, Fri 7pm, Sat & Sun Noon, 195 Russell Avenue
Apr 21, Family Connections Conference, 9am-3:30pm,1205 Main St. Susanville, Free Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided. 530-283-1242.Register http://familyconnectionsconference.eventbrite.com
Apr 28, Annual Spring Home & Garden Show, 10am, Lassen County Fair Grounds, 195 Russell Ave, Susanville. +1.530.257.4323, http://lassencountychamber.org/events/details/annual-spring-home-garden-recreation-show-2018
Mar 16-17, Cowboy Poetry and Music Show, 7:30pm Sat. & Sun., 2pm matinee Sunday. Belinda Gail, Joe Herrington & Sourdough Slim perform. Sierra Valley Grange Hall, Vinton. +1.831.345.9840. http://www.easternplumaschamber.com/events-calendar.html
Mar 18, World Championship Longboard Races, 10:30am, Plumas-Eureka State Park, Graeagle. +1.530.832.4309, https://www.facebook.com/World-Championship-Longboard-Races-221376349929/
Apr 7, Intro to Pine Needle Basket Making, $55 includes all Pine Needle Making supplies, small snacks and beverages.,Learn all the basic techniques, all the way through to a finished basket to take home. No experience needed. Guided by Michelle Haselton. Class size limit is 10. Info: +1.530.927.7036, www.lakesbasincreations.com. 12-4pm Mohawk Community Resource Center Graeagle
Apr 5, Portola Railroad Museum Opens for the season. Thursday-Sunday 10am-4pm. http://wplives.org
Apr 5, High School Jazz Night, 7pm Town Hall Theatre, Quincy. $5 or more donation at the door.
Apr 7, Artist’s Opening Reception, 5pm Plumas Arts Gallery, Quincy
Apr 14, Taste Of Plumas, 5:30pm, Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds, 204 Fairgrounds Road, Quincy. Pre-sale ONLY $30 for Plumas Arts members available only through Plumas Arts, or $35 for nonmembers, includes a souvenir wine glass. At the door, if available: $40. http://www.chamberorganizer.com/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=272729
Apr 21-22, Cabin Fever Quilt Show, 10am-4pm, Father Burns Hall, Portola
Apr 21-29, Kool April Nites, Redding Ca. music, vendors and is all about the classic cars and custom hot rods. Shows, Cruises, Show and Shines and concert. https://www.koolaprilnites.com
Apr 27-28, Star Follies, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy
Apr 27-29, Quincy Mountain Epic, Friday 1pm, Sat & Sun 7am, Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy. weekend festivities include: sleeping under the stars, riding the fine trails of Mount Hough, hiking, swimming in Crystal Lake & free bike demos.
May 3-5 and 10-12, South Pacific, presented by Feather River College presents the beloved and timeless classic 7pm daily. West End Theatre 541 Main St., Quincy
May 12, Light The Fire Fundraiser, Special presentations, live auction, and guided museum tours. Dinne by Longboards Bar & Grill. Tickets $100 per person, seating is limited. Proceeds to restore and support the 165 Steam Engine. Tickets at Western Pacific Railroad Museum Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce. For more information call 530-832-4131 or http://www.wplives.org
May 19, Great American Picnic and Talent Show, Community Center, Greenville, 12 noon -6 pm, Hot Dogs & all the trimmings, Potato Salad, Ice Cream & Popcorn, Bouncy House, Horse Shoes and more.
Mar 15-18, Day in the Death Joe Egg, 7pm & 2pm on Sunday $5-$12, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3356/day-in-the-death-joe-egg
Mar 16, Glenn Miller Orchestra, 7:30pm, Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St, Redding, $25+ https://cascadetheatre.org/Online/default.asp
Mar 16, The TEN Tenors, 7pm, Australia’s “vocal wonder from down under”. Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding. $45-$65, http://www.reddingcivic.com/event/2018/the-ten-tenors
Mar 17-18, 4MPH Challenge Run, 8am, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Oak Bottom Beach. $12-$100, http://shastatrailruns.com/4mph-challenge/
Mar 17, Bonnie Raitt in concert, 7:30pm, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, $45.50-$99.50. https://www.reddingcivic.com/event/2018/bonnie-raitt
Mar 21, Apr 25, May 2, Jazz Big Band, Shasta College Theatre, 7:30 pm, 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding. http://www.shastacollege.edu/Academic%20Affairs/ACSS/MUS/pages/10046.aspx
Mar 23-25, Redding Home & Garden Show, 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, Fri 1pm-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm & Sun 10am-5pm. http://www.reddinghomeexpo.com
Mar 24, Sundial Film Festival, Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St, Redding, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3340/sundial-film-festival
Mar 24, Doggie Dash 5K and 10K, 9am, Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay, $25, https://www.facebook.com/events/1006302176174450/
Mar 24, TurtleCon, 10am-4pm, celebrate geek culture in Shasta County. 1330 Arboretum Dr, Redding, https://sites.google.com/rsdnmp.org/turtlecon2018
Mar 24-25, Love Your Pet Expo, 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, Fri 1pm-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm & Sun 10am-5pm. $4, http://loveyourpetexpo.com
Mar 25, Cesar Millan Live, The Dog Whisperer, 7pm, $49-$119. Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/2911/cesar-millan-live!
Mar 25, Some Like It Hot, Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St, Redding, 7:30pm, $15. http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/2899/some-like-it-hot
Mar 28, Amazing Grace The Musical, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, 7pm, $49-$69, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/2912/amazing-grace:-the-musical
Mar 31, George Lopez The Wall in concert. Mature Audiences only, $47.95 – $52.95, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, 8pm, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3316/george-lopez
Apr 5-6, Roses & Rust Vintage Market, 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, $7.50, https://www.rosesandrustvintagemarket.com
Apr 7-8, Redding Sportsman’s Show, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-4pm, $5 admission, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3309/redding-sportsman’s-expo
Apr 10, Peter Frampton, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, 7:30pm, $49.50-$69.50, http://www.reddingcivic.com/event/2018/peter-frampton
Apr 19-22 & Apr 26-29, Oliver! The Musical, Thrus-Sat 7pm, Sun 2pm matinee. Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St, Redding,$14-$28, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/2900/oliver!-the-musical
Apr 20, Jim Brickman, concert pianist, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, 7pm, $39.50-$64.50. http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3339/jim-brickman
Apr 20-22, Piecing our Past and Future Quilt Show, 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, Fri & Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 10am-2pm. $7 per day or 3 days for $10. http://www.quilterssewciety.org
Apr 21, Kathleen Madigan comedian, 7:30pm, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, $29.50-$39.50. http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3248/kathleen-madigan:-boxed-wine-and-bigfoot
Apr 23, Whole Earth and Watershed Festival, 11am, Redding City Hall and Sculpture Park. Held annually on the 4th Saturday in April to honor Earth Day and Watershed Awareness Month (May). over 110 Exhibitors, live music, local food,Farmers Market, hands-on activities for all ages, giveaways, the annual Cart Art Contest, and a “Build It Bazaar”. Contact: Peggy Rebol +1.530.243.2403, firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/1051/whole-earth-and-watershed-festival
May 11-13, The 8th Redding Fire Festival. 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, 1 day $10, 2 days $15, 3 days $20. features cirque, fire dancing and pyrotechnics. arts and crafts vendors, food, beer and wine, interactive art, children’s activities, demonstrations, flow and dance workshops (non-fire), music and a 21+ VIP party. http://www.firefestivals.com
May 12, Shasta Mud Run,9am, McConnell Foundation’s Ross Ranch, 11973 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, register online http://shastamudrun.com/
May 12-20, Redding Rodeo week begins with the BBQ Steak Feed and Dance on the 12th. 5:30pm, Redding Rodeo Grounds, 715 Auditorium Dr., Redding. https://reddingrodeo.com/events/category/steak-feed/
May 19-20, Sundial Bridge ComicCon, 10am, 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, $10
Every Saturday, The Saturday Farmer’s Market by the River, +1.530.527.6220, 100 Main Street, Red Bluff
Mar 24, PRCA Rodeo Youth Camp, 9am-2pm, Tehama District Fairgrounds, 670 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff, All abilities, 8+ years of age. Offers instruction in roughstock events, including Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bull Riding, and Steer Wrestling. No buckets offered. Free but MUST pre-register online at http://www.prorodeo.com/prorodeo/rodeo/youth-rodeo
Apr 18-19, Timed Event Slack, 10am-2pm, Tehama District Fairgrounds, 670 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff, Tie Down Roping, Team Roping and Steer Wrestling.
Apr18, Bud Light 3000 Open 4D Barrel Race and the Bikini/Cowboy Calcutta, 2pm, Tehama District Fairgrounds, 670 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff, Admission $5. Girls in Bikinis and Cowboys inexperienced in the sport run the barrels. Entry information at https://www.redbluffroundup.com/events/2018/bud-light-3000(2).
Apr 20-22, Red Bluff Roundup 2018, The Red Bluff Round-Up – largest 3 day rodeo in U.S.; over 600 contestants compete for over $250,000 in prize money. Country Star Chris Lane Headlines 2018 Concert. https://www.redbluffroundup.com
Apr 27-28, Cottonwood Community Library Book Sale, 11am-2pm, 3427 Main St. Cottonwood.
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