CALENDAR APRIL 20 – JULY 20, 2019 SEND YOUR CALENDAR ITEMS TO Butte County Every Sunday, Sundays at Two, Concerts, recitals and other musical events, 400 W 1st Street, Zingg Recital Hall, visit online for artist lineup 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, Every Wednesday, Wine, Potluck and Jam, 6pm, Purple Line Urban Winery, 760 Safford Lane, Oroville, New Main Course each week. 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 Apr 20, Break Bread With A Farmer at Patrick Ranch Museum, 6-8:30pm, 10381 Midway, Durham, Dinner, Entertainment and pie auction, $35 per person or table of seven for $245. tickets online at, 530-342-4359. May 2-5, 2019 Spring Musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, 400 W 1st Street, Laxson Auditorium, Chico, $20 Adult, $18 Senior, $8 Youth and Chico State, 530-898-5152, May 2, Storm Large and Le Bonheur Kiss! Kiss! Bang! Bang!, 7:30pm, 400 W. 1st Street, Harlen Adams Theatre, $35 Premium, $27 Adult, $25 Senior, $15 Youth, May 10, Chico State Guitar Ensemble, 7:30pm, 400 W 1st Street, Zingg Recital Hall,  Jul 12-13, A Slice of Chico, 9am-5pm, downtown Chico, music, vendors, Store and Restaurant specials, watermelon stations, huge discounts and great watermelon fun. May 11, Craft Faire at Lott Sank Park, 9am-4pm, 1065 Mongomery St., Oroville, Free  May 11, An Evening of Chocolate, Wine & Brew Gala Benefit Dinner, 5pm, Gold Country Casino, Oroville, $85 tickets must be purchased in advance, Musical Entertainment by Holly Taylor and Backyard Boyz & Friends, May 25-26, Feather Falls Renaissance Faire, 10am-6pm, Feather Falls Casino & Lodge, 3 Alverda Dr., Oroville, Free. June 15, Butte County Olive Festival, 9am-2pm, Old Courthouse Park, Corner of Lincoln St. & Robinson St.,Oroville, 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 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. Apr 27, Lassen County Chamber of Commerce – Spring Home Garden & Recreation Show & Wedding Showcase, Lassen County Fairgrounds, 195 Russell Avenue, Susanville, (530) 257-4323 May 11, Lassen Land & Trails Trust – Paiute Meadows Trail Run, (530) 257-3252, May 11, Susanville Monticola Clubs Mother’s Day Brunch, 140 S. Lassen St., Susanville, Contact Linda, Linda Tindell  530.251.3685 May 7-8 and 14-15, Hunters Safety Class, 6-8:30pm. Westwood Community Center May 25, Color Fun Run 5K event .  Registration starts at 8am, and the race starts at 9am.  It will be held at the Football fields at Westwood High, 4th and Greenwood, in Westwood.  Tickets are $10 for 18 and over, and $5 for children. Jun 21-23, Blue Grass Festival, Lassen County Fairgrounds, 195 Russell Avenue, Susanville Jul 13 &14, Clear Creek Arts&Crafts Show, Clear Creek Park, 8am- all day. Vendors, Pancake Breakfast and BBQ Jul 5, Paul Bunyan Street Dance, 8-11pm, Westwood Visitors Center Parking lot, live music, food and fun. Jul 6, Paul Bunyan Mountain and Blues Festival, Westwood Park, all day, vendors, food, logging competitions and blue ox bingo, games for the kids and Blues! Jul 17-21, Lassen County Fair, Lassen County Fairgrounds, 195 Russell Avenue, Susanville, Plumas County Every Monday Thru March 25,2019, Hot Pot Soup Lunch, free to all, donations appreciated, Community United Methodist Church, 282 Church St., Quincy, Soup, salad, bread and dessert Every Friday, Live Music at The Drunk Brush, 438 Main St., Quincy, 530-283-9380 May 2-5 and 9-12, Chicago presented by FRC, West End Theatre, 469 Main St., Quincy May 11, Quincy Crazy Quilters Guild Quilt Show, Plumas County Fairgrounds, Quincy, Mother’s Day tea and finger food buffet, $10 admission, age 6-12 $5 May 18, Feather River College Annual Horse Sale, Preview 1:00 pm  530-282-0202 May 25, Indian Valley Century Bike Ride, Ride from Greenville to Genesee & Antelope Lake, Register online Fees apply, 503-2834-6633 Jun 1, Lost and Found Gravel Grinder Bike Race, 30, 60 or 100 miles. Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship Lake Davis, Jun 1, Plumas County Picnic, Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds, Quincy Jun 15, 37th Annual Mile-High Century Ride, 6am-5pm, 102 Brook Loop Chester, 530-258-2562, Jun 23, 3rd Annual Free Veterans Fishing Day Lake Almanor,  BBQ at Lake Almanor Clountry Club Rec Center Picnic Area. Contact John Crotty at 530-284-0861 Jul 4-7, High Sierra Music Festival, Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds, Quincy, for lineup and tickets Jul 4, 4th of July Parade, 11am, Main Street, Chester,, 530-258-2426 Jul 4, 38th Annual Chester Classic Fun Run, Collins Pine Park, MainSt., Chester Jul 13-14, 20-21, 27-28, 5080 Camp For Artisans & Crafters, Clio, Summer Camp for adults, Willow Basket Weaving, Wooden Spoon Carving, Macrame & Felted Vessels and More. Register online, 925-639-7801 Jul 26-27, Joshua Fest, Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds, Quincy, Shasta County Apr 20-28, Kool April Nites, All over Redding, Music Events, Car Shows, Racing and more, Apr 20, Castle Crags, 50K, 35K, 10K, Castle Crags State Park, 20022 Castle Creek Rd, Castella, Apr 24, American Graffiti The Move, Cascade Theatre, 1731 Market St., Redding, $15,  Apr 25-May 5, Gypsy, Cascade Theatre, 1731 Market St., Redding, 2pm Matinee & 7:30pm,  $23-$27 May 4, Shasta Damboree Parade, Shasta Lake City May 11, 7th Annual Shasta Mud Run, Ross Ranch, 11973 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, May 11, 2019 Redding Rodeo Week Kick-off and Steak Feed, Redding Rodeo Grounds, 715 Auditorium Drive, Redding, $15, May15-18, Redding Rodeo, Redding Rodeo Grounds, 715 Auditorium Drive, Redding, Daily Events May 18-June 15, The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged), Riverfront Playhouse, 1620 East Cypress Ave., Redding, $15-$20, May 19, Jeff Dunham Passively Aggressive, 3pm, Redding Civic Auditorium,  700 Auditorium Drive, Redding, $52.50-$151.50, May 29, Little Feat, 50th Anniversary Tour, 7pm,  Redding Civic Auditorium,  700 Auditorium Drive, Redding, June 8-9, Sundial Bridge Comic Con, 10am, Red Lion Hotel, 1830 Hilltop Dr., Redding, art, gaming, cards, comics, toys and much more, June 11, Taste of Redding, Sculpture Park at Redding City Hall, 777 Cypress Ave., Redding, $35 advance or $40 at the door., June 14-22, Mamma Mia, Cascade Theatre, 7:30pm and 2pm matinee, 1731 Market St., Redding, $22-$30, Jun 19-22, Shasta District Fair, Shasta District Fair & Event Center, 1890 Briggs St., Anderson, $10, Jul 4, Freedom Festival, Redding’s 4th of July Celebration, Redding Civic Auditorium,  700 Auditorium Drive, Redding, Free   Tehama County Tuesdays and Thursdays thru May, GED Test Prep with Shasta College, 9am-11:20am, 545 Diamond Ave, Red Bluff, Register in class, online via My Shasta or in person at Shasta College Tehama Campus 770 Diamond Ave., Red Bluff 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 Apr 13, Roundup Chili Cook-Off, Pine & Washington Streets Downtown Red Bluff, Merchandise & Car Show 9am – 3pm Chili Tasting 11:30am. Kick off Red Bluff Roundup week and come out and vote for the people’s choice. Tasting cups $5 Car Show Questions: 953-6345. Chili Cook-off Questions: 527-8748 Apr 19, Chamber Cowboy Golf Tournament 2019, 8am-3pm, Wilcox Oaks Golf Club, 20995 Wilcox Golf Rd.,Red Bluff, $100 per player, $80 Wilcox Members Apr 19-21,  Red Bluff Roundup 2019 Rodeo, concert Saturday the 20th Aaron Watson. to resister for the parade fees apply Apr 26-28, National Early Days Gas Engine and Tractor Association Annual Meeting and Show, Fri noon-5pm, Sat & Sun 9am, Tehama District Fairgrounds, 650 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff. Contact Steve Zane 530-597-2253 or John Aspesi 831-234-1279 May 2-5, Tehama District Fair, Tehama District Fairgrounds, 650 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff, 9am daily, May 4, Tehama Cinco De Mayo Celebration, 9am-4pm, Corning Community Park and Skate Park, 1485 Toomes Ave, Corning, Music, Dancing, Food and more. May 4, Shasta College Diesel Technology & Equipment Show and Swap Meet, May 11, Walnut & Wine Festival,4pm-7pm, Biachi Orchards 8arn Jun 1, Lord’s Gym Kids Mud Run, 9am-3pm, 3570 Oro Bangor Highway Oroville, Free, register online BEFORE May 30. May 10, Cottonwood Bed Races and Kiddie Parade, 6-7pm, Front Street, Cottonwood, free for spectators, Bed Race Fees$25 for Adult teams, $20 for youth teams 11-14. Requires teams of four, coed and your home made bed. Prize for craziest bed and costumes. Rules for beds and race online at May 11-12, Cottonwood Mother’s Day Rodeo, Parade on the 11th at 10am Main and Front Streets, Rodeo 1pm both days, Bobby Jones Arena, 3917 Main St., Cottonwood, 530-347-9256, Find updated calendar information from the following sources: