CALENDAR of EVENTS Through October 20, 2019


Butte County

First Thursday each month, Annie’s Star Quilt Guild meeting, 7-9 p.m. Chico Masonic Family Center 1110 W. East Ave. Experts are frequently guest speakers. $5 for non-members; $35 annual membership.

Every Sunday, Sundays at 2, Concerts, recitals and other musical events, 400 W 1st Street, Zingg Recital Hall, visit online for artist lineup

Every Monday, Seamtress OnSite, The Red Wagon, 6360 Clark Rd, Paradise, 10am-4pm, Susan Simms, 530-877-7203,

Every Tuesday, Oroville Rotary Club Meeting, 12-1:15, 2385 Montgomery St,

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,

Every Wednesday, Wine, Potluck and Jam, 6pm, Purple Line Urban Winery, 760 Safford Lane, Oroville, New Main Course each week.

Every Wednesday In July, Party in The Park Music and Marketplace, 5:30-8pm, Paradise Community Park, 5570 Black Olive Drive, Paradise, details and vendor info

Every Thursday April 4 -Sept 26, 6-9pm, Thursday Night Market, Broadway between 2nd and 5th, Downtown Chico, 530-345-6500, vendor applications and more info at

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 Friday May-Aug, Friday Night Concerts, City Plaza, Chico, 7-8:30pm, 530-345-6500, live local music, free

July 25, Aug 22, 9/26, 10/24, Dinner With The Optimists, 6-7:30pm, Cornucopia Restaurant, 515 Montgomery, Oroville, volunteer organization serving Oroville youth. Public Welcome

Aug 22-25, Butte County Fair, Thur 4pm, Fri 3pm, Weekend at Noon, Butte County Fairgrounds, 199 East Hazel Street, Gridley, Livestock, Carnival, live music and more, 530-846-3626,

Aug 24, Moonlight Madness 2 mile run/walk across Shasta Dam, 8:15pm, 16349 Shasta Dam Blvd, Shasta Lake, 530-526,3076, sign up online

Sept 22, Taste of Chico, Downtown Chico, 12-4pm, Music and the best bites sips around. view participating Restaurants and last years winners online , 530-345-6500

Sept 28, Oroville Salmon Festival, 9am-4pm, Feather River Nature Center,Montgomery Street Oroville, $12-$25, 530-538-2542,

Oct 4, Art & Wine Walk, Downtown Chico, 5-8pm, sample wines and enjoy the work local artist downtown,

Oct 11-12, Harvest Sidewalk Sale, All day both days. Huge savings all over Downtown Chico, get an early start on the holiday shopping. 530-345-6500

Lassen County

Every Monday, 6PM, Line Dancing Class, Westwood Community Center

Every Monday, Yoga with Susan George and Jim Reichle, 6-7:30pm, The Old Clubhouse, 470-935 Wingfield Road, Susanville, $5-$10 donation appreciated

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 Wednesday, Stretch & Strength with Kelly Fairbank, 9-10:30am, The Old Clubhouse, 470-935 Wingfield Road, Susanville, $5-$10 donation appreciated

Every Wednesday, Typing Workshop, 5:30-6:30pm, Lassen Public Library 1618 Main St., Susanville, 530-257-7471,

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

Yoga with Lynda Jackson, 9-10:30am, The Old Clubhouse, 470-935 Wingfield Road, Susanville, $5-$10 donation appreciated, 530-310-3394

Every Saturday June thru October, Farmer’s Market Lassen Land & Trust, Uptown Susanville at Pancera Plaza.

Jul 17-21, Lassen County Fair, Lassen County Fairgrounds, 195 Russell Ave., Susanville, Schedules and entry info

Jul 27, Backwoods BBQ Contest, 11am-2pm, Iron Horse Saloon, Ash St., Westwood

Aug 2-3, Doyle Days and Lizard Races,Downtown Doyle,

Aug 3, 11th Annual Blues & Brews Festival, 5-11pm, Every Blooming Thing, 705-670 US-395, Susanville, 530-257-7242, microbrews and wines, BBQ and dancing to the beat of Blue Haven Blues Band

Aug 15-18, Modoc District Fair, 1 Center Street, Cedarville, 530-279-2315,

Aug 17, Lassen Annual BBQ Cook-Off, 11am-4pm, Lassen County Fairgrounds, 195 Russell Ave., Susanville, $5, Car Show, Craft Show, Live Music and $10,000 in prizes,

Aug 17, Susanville Air Fair, 7am-1pm, Susanville Municipal Airport, 471-920 Johnstonville Dr., Susanville, aerial acrobatics, helicopter rides, radio controlled flying demonstrations, experimental aircraft and more

Sept 14, Street Rodder’s Car Show, 9am-4pm, Lassen County Fairgrounds, 195 Russell Ave., Susanville, register and details,

Sept 21, Chimney Fund Chili Cook-Off, Iron Horse Saloon, Ash St., Westwood, $5 tasting kits, free to attend, vendors, music and fun. 530-256-2621

Oct 12-13, Bizz Johnson Marathon, Bizz Johnson Trail, 9am both days, 10K, 50K, Half Marathon and Full Marathon, register online, fees and details at

Oct 12, Rails To Trails Festival, 10am-4pm, Susanville Railroad Depot,  601 Richmond Rd., Susanville, 530-257-3252,

Plumas County

Every Friday, Live Music at The Drunk Brush, 438 Main St., Quincy, 530-283-9380

Every Friday thru Sept 13, Farmer’s Market, 10am-1:30pm, Sierra Valley Farms, 1329 Beckwourth Calpine Rd, Beckwourth,

July 27-28, Aug 10-11, The Professional Artisans Co-op presents the Bidwell Inn Art & Wine Event, Art & Craft, wine tasting, food, music, and more.  Free adm.  Sat 10-5 and Sun 10-4.  or call Gail at: 916-580-9101.

Aug 17-18, The Professional Artisans Co-op presents the Graeagle Art & Wine Event, Art & Craft, wine tasting, food, music, and more.  Free adm.  Sat 10-5 and Sun 10-4.  or call Gail at: 916-580-9101.

Jul 26-28, Joshua Fest, Christian Rock Music Festival,  Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds, Quincy, camping and RV sites available,

Jul 27-28, Fine Art & Craft Show, 9am both days, Bidwell House B&B, 1 Main St., Chester

Jul 27, 3rd Annual Poker Paddle, 7am registration, Plumas Pines, 3000 Almanor Drive West, Almanor West Shore, register online

Jul 28, 26th Annual Almanor Fishing Association Family BBQ and Fundraiser, 4-9pm, LACC Rec 1 Picnic Area, Steak Dinner $20, Hot Dog dinner $10,

Aug 3-4, Almanor Art Show, 10am-5pm, Collins Pine Lawn, Main St., Chester, over 80 booths and vendors, Free to attend,

Aug 9-11, 6th Annual For The Funk of It Music Festival, Belden Town, All day and into the night, 3 days, 3 stages,

Aug 14-18, Plumas-Sierra County Fair, Carnival, Art Barn, Livestock, Horse Show, Music, food and more

Aug 17, Running with the Bears, Boston Marathon Qualifying, 6:30am, Greenville, register online

Aug 17-18, Graeagle Art & Wine Festival, 9am both days, Graeagle Park, 8989 HWY 89, Graeagle

Aug 24 – 5th Annual Courage Triathlon, West Shore Lake Almanor, details and register,

Aug 30-Sept 1, Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival, tickets and details

Shasta County

Every Tuesday thru Oct 15, Marilyn Miller Farmers Market, 7:30am- Noon, 1700 Churn Creek Rd, Redding

Every Wednesday thru Sept 25th, Burney Farmers Market, 3-6pm, 37427 Highway 299 E., Burney

Every Thursday thru Sept 26, Anderson Farmers Market, 7:30am- Noon, 1699 California Highway 273 #100

Every Friday thru October, Artists on Market, 10am-2pm, Old City Hall, 1313 Market St., Redding

Every Friday thru Aug 23, Free Children’s Movies In The Park, Starts at dusk, see what is playing

Every Friday thru Aug, Friday Night Social Kayak Paddle, kayak rentals available call 223-2411 to reserve, rentals $25, event is Free with Park Entry. Bring a lifejacket. Oak Bottom Boat Ramp, Whiskeytown National Recreation area.

Every Saturday Thru Dec 14, 7:30am- Noon,  777 Cypress St., Redding

Every Sunday thru Oct 13, Turtle Bay Market, 8am-Noon, 844 Sundial Bridge Dr., Redding

Jul 19-21, Medicinal Plants of Northern California, 5pm Friday – 2pm Sunday, $165, Stewart Springs Road, Weed CA, Kathleen Pyle 541-597-8530

Jul 19, Kid’s Night at Schreder Planetarium, 7pm, 1644 Magnolia Ave, Redding, $8,

Jul 20-Aug 17, Little Women, Riverfront Playhouse, 1620 East Cypress Ave., Redding, $15-$20, tickets and show times

Jul 21, Marshall Tucker Band, 7pm, Redding Civic Auditorium, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, $39.50-$59.50, tickets

Jul 26-28, Annual Lumberjack Fest, 6pm Friday – 6pm Sunday, 405 E. Colombero Drive, McCloud,

Jul 26-27, Nature Photography Field Seminar, $150, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Loomis Museum California Highway 89, Shingletown,

Jul 27, Aug 31,Sept 28, A Walk With the Horticulture Manager, McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, 1155 Arboretum Dr., Redding, Free with Turtle Bay Exploration Park admission,

Jul 27, Aug 3, Star Party at Oak Bottom Marina, Whiskeytown National Recreation Are, Free with Park Entry, After Dark,

Aug 2-3, Dark Sky Festival, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Manzanita Lake Amphitheater located on the road to the Manzanita Lake Campground, star gazing through professional telescope with the astronomy club, park rangers and astrobiologists.

Aug 2, Evening show at Schreder Planetarium, 7pm, 1644 Magnolia Ave, Redding, $8,

Aug 3, 1000 Lights Water Lantern Festival, 6-10pm, Kutras Park Pond, Park Marina Dr., Redding, $13-$35

Aug 3, Sept 7, Sept 21, Oct 5, Friends of the Shasta County Library Used Book Sale, free, 1100 Parkview Ave., Redding,

Aug 3, 26th Annual State Of Jefferson Brew Fest, at the ball field in Dunsmuir City Park

Aug 4, River Garden Symphony- Music On the Mountain, Botanical Gardens, Dunsmuir City Park

Aug 8, Jackson Browne, Redding Civic Auditorium, 7pm, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding, $48.50-$98.50,

Aug 10, Manzanita Lake Guided Hike, 4-6pm,  $10 under 10 years free, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Manzanita Lake

Aug 31, Metal In The Mountains, Botanical Gardens, Dunsmuir City Park

Sept 7, 4th Annual Hat Creek Beer, Food and Wine Festival, Hat Creek Hereford Ranch RV Park, 17855 Doty Rd., Hat Creek, $35, 530-335-7171,

Sept 20-Oct 19, Frankenstein, Riverfront Playhouse, 1620 East Cypress Ave., Redding, $20, tickets and details,

Sept 21, Walk To End Alzheimers, Redding Civic Auditorium, 8am registration, 700 Auditorium Dr., Redding,  Free, 530-895-9661,

Sept 21-22, Dunsmuir Steampunk Event, Downtown Dunsmuir

Sept 28, Jazz in the Canyon, Downtown Dunsmuir

Sept 28-29, Redding Fire Festival, $15-$20, Shasta District Fair & event Center, 1890 Briggs St., Anderson, details & poster art contest entry

Oct 12-13, Big Bike Weekend, Big League Dreams, 20155 Viking Way, Redding, event line up and details

Oct 12, Lemurian Shasta Classic Bike Race, $55-$75, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Brandy Creek Marina, register and details,

Oct 12-13, Taste of Dunsmuir and Autumn Art Walk, Downtown Dunsmuir

Oct 13, Heritage Day, Burney Falls -McArthur State Park, Noon-4pm,—events.html

Tehama County

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

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

Jul 16, Aug 20, Sept 17, Oct 15, Adult Book Club, 6-7pm, Tehama County Library, 545 Diamond Ave, Red Bluff,

Aug 10, Sizzling Summer Spectacular, 10am-4pm, Red Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St, artisan crafters, retail vendors, food and silent auction

Sept 12-15, 4th Annual Grand Design RV’S Northern California Rally, Durango RV Resort, 100 Lake Ave., Red Bluff, $50, register online

Sept 14, 12th Annual Multi-Cultural Health Fair, 10am-4pm, Prizes, food, and health information and services from multiple health services and agencies. Music, dancers, and health information. Woodson Elementary School, Corning, 530-366-3897

Sept 21, Tenth annual Beef ‘N Brew sponsored by Downtown Red Bluff Business Association and the Tehama County Cattlewomen , the adult event will feature craft beers, beef appetizers, music venues and a dance at the Cone-Kimball Plaza Tickets can be purchased at the following businesses available August 19-September 20 Firehouse Pizza, Plum Crazy, The Loft, Red Bluff Chamber of Commerce or online at or via PAYPAL

Aug 9-11, Trinity County Fair, $3-$30, Hayfork,

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