Butte County

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, nortonbuffalohall.com

Every Wednesday thru Sept 26, Oroville Hospital’s Farmer’s Market, 9am-2pm, Dove’s Landing Parking Lot, 2450 Oro Dam Blvd. Oroville. EBT and Farmers’ Market WIC/Senior WIC accepted.

Every Friday, 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 Saturday thru Oct 27th, Downtown Market At Union Square, 7:30am-Noon, Union Square 1305 Myers St. Corner of Myers and Montgomery, Downtown Oroville, www.facebook.com/groworoville/

Sept 21, Paula Poundstone, Comedienne, 7:30pm, $15-$42, Laxton Auditorium, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/paula-poundstone.php

Sept 22-Jan 6, Zoom Into Nano, Gateway Science Museum, 625 Esplanade, Chico

Sept 22, Oroville Salmon Festival, 7am- the day, 3K, street fair, food court, hatchery tours, and more. Historic Downtown Oroville, shuttle service available.

Sept 23, A Taste Of Chico, Food, Beverage, Music, and Arts Festival, Noon-4pm, Downtown Chico, 530-345-6500

Sept 28, The Abrams in Concert, 7:30pm, Oroville State Theatre, 1489 Myers St., Oroville, $25

Sept 29, A Day In The Pines Craft Fair & Flea Market, Elk’s Lodge, 10am-3pm, 1100 Elk Lane, Paradise, for booth space and details call Vikki 530-521-6039.

Oct 5, Art, Wine, Music and Fairy Door Walk, Downtown Chico, 5-8pm, opening night of month long event, get maps, passport and more to find the fairy doors for drawings and more.  530-345-6500

Oct 5 & 6, Harvest Sidewalk Sale, Downtown Chico, 9am, 530-345-6500, shopping specials all day

Oct 6 & 7, Johnny Appleseed Days, 10am both days, Terry Ashe Park, 6626 Skyway, Paradise, vendor info contact  Monica Nolan by email at monica@paradisechamber.com. Food, music, games, apple pie and more.

Oct 11, Oroville Concert Association Presents Vocal Trash, 7:30pm, Oroville State Theatre, 1489 Myers St., Oroville, $25, comedy dance and instruments from recycled materials. www.orovilleconcertassociation.org

Oct 14, Show Boat Opera, 2pm, $10-$18, Zingg Recital Hall, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/show-boat.php, 4 show ticket packages available $40-$68

Oct 18-21, Theatre production of Our House, Wismer Theatre, $8-$20, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-5152

Oct 19, Complextions Contemporary Ballet, 7:30pm, $15-$42, Laxton Auditorium, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, 

Oct 26, Cirque Mechanics: 42 FT, 7:30pm, $15-$48, Laxton Auditorium, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/cirque-mechanics.php

Oct 27 & 28, Oroville Piecemakers 2018 Quilt Show, 10am-4pm both days, 1200 Myers St., Oroville, quilt displays, sales, raffle and more.

Oct 28, Mariachi Hernia de Mexico, 7:30pm, $15-$36, Laxton Auditorium, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/mariachi.php

Oct 31, Treat Street, 2-5pm, safe Halloween adventure for children 12 & under, downtown Chico, 530-345-6500, costume contest, prizes, trick-or-treating and more.

Nov 2, Joan Baez Fare Thee Well Tour 2018, 7:30pm, $15-$80, Laxton Auditorium, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/joan-baez.phphttp://www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/mariachi.php

Nov 3, Holiday Craft Faire & Gifts, 10am-3pm, Veterans Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St., Oroville

Nov 4, Norma Opera, 2pm, $10-$18,  Zingg Recital Hall, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/norma-opera.php

Nov 17& 24-25, Cinderella- A Magical Ballet, 2pm and 7:30pm, $13-$30, Laxton Auditorium, 400 W. 1st St., Chico, 530-898-4636, www.csuchico.edu/upe/performance/artists/2018-2019/cinderella-ballet.php

Lassen County

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 Wednesday, Susanville Weight Watchers, Honey Lake Valley Grange Hall. 472-690 Theater Rd. Johnstonville, Weigh in at 5:30pm meetings at 6:00pm

Every Wednesday, Wrencher’s Car Club, 6-7pm, The Pizza Factory, 2975 Main Street, Susanville Informal group who likes to discuss their car projects.

Every Thursday, 5:45PM, Bingo $1 per game, 125 Birch St., Westwood

Every Friday thru Oct 5, Westwood Farmer’s Market, 4-7pm, 300 Block of Birch St., Downtown Westwood

Every Saturday Thru Oct. 6, Farmer’s Market, Pancera Plaza, Main St.,Susanville, 8:00 AM – NOON, 530-257-3252, Fresh vegetables, homemade goods, fresh meats, and more!

September 8 & 15, Hunter Safety Class, 6:00-8:00pm, Westwood

September 15, High Country Cruise, Susanville Street Rodders. Food concessions, music and raffles.  9:00am-4:00pm, Lassen country fairgrounds, 195 Russell, Susanville. 

September 15, Honey Lake Valley Riders horse show & Playday, Horse show starts at 8 am and the Playday starts are 2pm. Janesville Park arena, 464-400 Church St., Janesville. For more information contact Shauna 530-310-8267 or Chris 530-257-0934. 

September 17, Words and Music, 7:00-9:00pm, Westwood

September 29, Fall Wine Walk, Historic Uptown Susanville, 5:00-9:00pm. For more information contact Melanie Westbrook 530-250-7146. 

October 6, Annual Rails to Trails Festival. 10:00am-4:00pm. At the Railroad Museum, Richmond Road, Susanville. For more information please contact 530-257-3252 or visit www.lassenlandandtrailstrust.org/rails-to-trails/.

October 6th-7th, Coastal Trails Run “Bizz Johnson Marathon/Half Marathon Express, 10k and 50k races. To register or for more information go to www.coastaltrailruns.com/bizz_johnson.html.

October 10th-11th, Susanville Blood Drive. Tuesday 12:00-6:00pm, Wednesday 8:30am-1:30pm at the  church of Latter-day Saints. For more information call 530-310-4060 or visit www.bloodher.com.

October 18, Lassen County Chamber of Commerce Mixer, 613 Main Street, Susanville. 5:30-7:30pm. For more information please contact 530-257-4323.

October 27, Honey Lake Valley Riders Toys for Tots benefit playday, Janesville Park arena, 464-400 Church St., Janesville. 9:00am. For more information contact Shauna at 530-310-8267 or Chris 530-257-0934. 

October 31, Trunk or Treat, Downtown Westwood, 5:00-6:00pm.

Plumas County

Every Wednesday, Jun 21- Sept 13,  Concert, 6pm-9pm Graeagle Mill Works, Graeagle, +1.530.836.2828

Every Thursday Jun 15 – Sept 7, Quincy Certified Farmers’ Market, 530 W. Main St., Quincy

Every Friday, Jun 1-Sep 14, Romano’s Farmer’s Market at Sierra Valley Farms, 10am-2pm, 1329 County Rd. A23, Beckwourth, 25 vendors, www.sierravalleyfarms.com

Every Friday Thru Aug 24, Portola Free Concert In The Park, 6-10pm, Portola City Park, on Gulling St., Portola

Every Sunday thru Sept 2, Lake Almanor Country Club Concerts, Lake Almanor Bandshell, Rec Area #2, 7-9pm, bbq pits, raffles, Enter through the gate on Clifford Drive.

September 1, Food, Blues & View Summer Concert series. Johnny “V” Vernazza Band and Blues Monsters. $45 at 5:30pm 1328 County Road A23, Beckwourth. For more information call 530-832-0114 or visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com 

September 8, Dinner in the Barn. Celebrate food, farm and community with a special guest chef preparing a signature dish. $130 per plate which includes a 4-course meal, wine and beverage. Live music and the event starts at 4:30pm. 1329 County Road A23, Beckwourth. For more information call 530-832-0114 or visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com 

September 9, Wine with a View, an evening with wine makers, wine tasking appetizers and spectacular views. The event is hosted by Cuccia’s restaurant and is $40 per ticket. 4:30-6:30pm 1329 County Road A23, Beckwourth. For more information call 530-832-0114 or visit www.sierravalleyfarms.com 

September 16, Randy Fossum Memorial WALA Ride, Lake Almanor Lodge #2626. This is a 34 mile trek around Lake Almanor. General cost to the public is $34, one dollar for each mile around Lake Almanor.  For more information contact Parsons at 530-258-9447 or Kathy Watson 530-736-9172.

September 16, Competition Pistol Shoot. Competitive and instructional handgun target shooting with qualified ranger master. Practice for CCW qualifying, personal protection and improving skills. 10:00am-12:00pm At hoop Range, Hwy 36 @ Lassen marker Rd. #1613, Chester. For more information contact Ron Damsen. 

September 26, Chester Community Blood Drive. Elk’s Lodge on Main Street Chester. 12:00pm-6:00pm. Walk in donors are appreciated or make an appointment. Call Judy Huff at 530-258-3482 or visit www.bloodher.com and use sponsor code: Chester. Please bring photo ID and donor card. 

September 28-30, EPCC Grinduro, 62 miles of pavement, gravel, and singe track with plenty of climbing and twisty descents. Grinduro racers and spectators are treated to three days of camping, live music (including a late-night DJ), deer, awesome goods and campfires. Friday 12:00pm gates open at the Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds, Quincy. For more information, maps, and event scheduling visit grinduro.com

October 11, Words & Music. A mostly series of acoustic music and the spoken word. Sign up for Open Mic at the door. $3. Sponsored by Plumas Arts. Patti’s Thunder 557 Lawrence st. Quincy. 7:00-9:00pm.

October 13, Mountain Harvest Festival, A celebration of rural community featuring beer tasting (over 20 breweries), food, non- alcoholic beverages, and live music. Beer tasting tickets $30 for Plumas art members, $35 for non-members in advance only and $40 at the gat for everyone. $5 admission. Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, 204 Fairground Road, Quincy. Please contact Plumas Arts for more information at 530-283-3402 or visit www.plumasarts.org/mountain-harvest-beer-festival.html

October 27, Graeagle Trick-or-Treat, 4:00-6:00pm. Visit Graeaglemerchants.com for more info. 

November 9, Indian Valley to Lake Almanor Holiday Tour. Merchants, restaurants, and lodging providers from the Lake Almanor Basin to Indian Valley are participating in this holiday preview of their goods and services. You can also find refreshments, drawings, “candle hunt” and holiday specials at this event. 10:00am-5:00pm. For more information please contact Susan Bryner 530-588-3799 or visit www.mountainaffairs.com.

Tehama County

Every Wednesday, Red Bluff Farmers Market, 5-8pm, 600 Block of Washington St., Red Bluff, www.redbluffchamber.com (530) 527-6220

Every Saturday, The Saturday Farmer’s Market by the River, 8am-Noon, 100 Main Street, Red Bluff, www.redbluffchamber.com (530) 527-6220

Sept 15 Tehama County CattleWomen’s and Downtown Red Bluff Business Association’s 9th Annual Beef ‘N Brew, 5-10pm, Downtown Red Bluff, $25, tickets onnline https://www.facebook.com/events/295751407861525/, 530-529-0977 

Sept 15, Adobe Day, William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park, 11am-3pm, experience 1850s pioneer life of the gold rush, games, general store, brick, rope and cornhusk doll making, dancing and much more. $5 adults, $2 child

Sept 21-23, Festival of the Gypsies Horse Show, all breed classes, musical freestyle and more, Tehama County Fairgrounds, 650 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff, www.festivalofthegypsies.com/

Oct 6, Corning Olive Festival and Car Show, Corning Community Park and Lennox Fields, 10am, car show, vendors info online at www.corningcachamber.org/m/events/view/2018-Olive-Festival-and-Car-Show

Oct 5-7, West Coast Monster Truck Nationals, Tehama County Fairgrounds, 650 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff, Gates open at 5pm racing is at 8pm. tickets online at www.rbmonsters.com/

Oct 20, Dairyville Orchard Festival, 10am-4pm, Lassen View High School, Los Molinos, celebrating local agriculture and community, www.dairyvillefestival.org/index.html

Oct 25-27, Western Open Fiddle Championship, Red Bluff Elk’s Lodge, 355 Gilmore Rd., Red Bluff, 530-527-6127, Fiddle and piano competition, www.westernopenfiddle.com/

Shasta County

Every Tuesday Thru Oct 14, Marilyn Miller Farmers Market, 7:30am-Noon, Shasta Center, 1700 Churn Creek Rd., Redding

Every Wednesday thru Oct 10, Burney Farmers Market, 3-6pm, Burney Sporting Goods, 37427 Hwy 299 East, Burney

Every Thursday thru Sept 27, Anderson Farmers Market, 7:30am-Noon, Shasta Outlets, 1699 Hwy 273, Anderson

Sept 15, Redding Holistic, Psychic, Arts & Crafts Fair, 10am-4pm, Win River Event Center, 2100 Redding Rancheria Rd, Redding

Sept 15, Shasta County Mini Maker Faire, Shasta District Fairgrounds, 1890 Briggs St., Anderson

Sept 17-22, Fashion Week, model workshop, launch party, shopping tours, fashion film and more. www.reddingfashionalliance.org/reddingfashionweek.html 

Sept 18, Boz Scaggs in Concert, $55 and up, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3637/boz-scaggs

Sept 20-30, A Doll’s House Part 2, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm Thurs-Sat and 2pm Sun, 1731 Market St., Redding, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3718/a-dolls-house-part-2

Sept 22, Play, Spring of ’45, David Marr Theater, 2200 Eureka Way, Redding, 5:30pm, $20

Sept 22, 8th Annual Walk To End Alzheimers, 8 am- Registration 9 am – Promise Garden Ceremony 9:30 am – Walk, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, register online http://act.alz.org/Redding2018

Sept 23, Benise: Fuego in Concert, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, $35-$95, Spirit of Spain, www.reddingcivic.com/event/2018/benise-fuego

Sept 28, Planetarium Evening Show, Schreder Planetarium, 7pm, 1644 Magnolia Ave., Redding,  $8, https://www.shastacoe.org/programs-services/schreder-planetarium

Sept 28, Manhattan Short Film Festival, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, come and vote for your favorite film,  www.cascadetheatre.org/Online/default.asp

Sept 29, Nash Ranch Mud Mash Run, noon at Nash Ranch, 10925 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, register online and race or vendor info www.nashranchmudmash.com/10-2/

Sept 29, Kingston Trio in Concert, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, $22 and up, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3639/the-kingston-trio

Sept 29-30, Redd Sun Festival, 2 days of live music, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, bands include Awolnation, Candlebox, Lit, Eli Young Band, Floater, Frankie Ballard, David Luning and Carly Pearce, $85-$275, www.reddsunfestival.com

Oct 3, Graham Nash an evening of songs and stories, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm,  1731 Market St., Redding, $35-$375, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3642/graham-nash-trio

Oct 7, Heritage Day 2018, Noon, McArthur-Burney Falls State Memorial Park, 24898 CA-89, Burney, Pioneer activities, crafts and fun. www.burneyfallspark.org/news—events.html

Oct 13, Sac River Trail Races, $40-$100, 16349 Shasta Dam Blvd, Shasta Lake, 15K, 26.2 and 55K. Register online www.shastatrailruns.com/event/sac-river-trail-15k-26-2-55k/

Oct 13 &14, Big Bike Weekend, Shasta District Fair & Event Center, 1890 Briggs St., Anderson, 10am both days, Free, Music, vendors, wine tasting, Gem & Mineral Show and more. www.bigbikeweekend.com/index.html

Oct 18, Three Dog Night, $46 and up, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, www.cascadetheatre.org/Online/default.asp

Oct 19-31,The Rocky Horror Show Live On Stage, Old City Hall, $25, 1313 Market St., Redding, www.cascadetheatre.org/Online/default.asp

Oct 23, Five For Fighting with String Quartet, $29 and up,  Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, http://www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3643/five-for-fighting-with-string-quartet

Oct 26, Psycho, $15, Cascade Theatre, party at 6pm film at 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3644/psycho

Oct 30, Cirque Mechanics,  Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, $26 and up, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3646/cirque-mechanics

Nov 2, Roses & Rust Vintage Market, Shasta District Fair & Event Center, 1890 Briggs St., Anderson, $7.50-$15.50, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/2634/rose-rust-vintage-market

Nov 3, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker, $28-$68, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3497/moscow-ballet’s-great-russian-nutcracker

Nov 7, Joan Baez in Concert, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, $55 and up, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3495/joan-baez

Nov 9, National Geographic Live On The Trail Of Big Cats, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm, 1731 Market St., Redding, $29, www.visitredding.com/eventdetail/3647/national-geographic-live:-on-the-trail-of-big-cats

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