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Saturday, Mar 31, 2018
Ranger-led Snowshoe Walks
Walks are open to those eight years and older and last 1.5 to 2 hours. Route and distance vary depending on the group and weather conditions. Participation is free and includes snowshoes. A $1 donation to cover snowshoe maintenance costs is appreciated. Space is limited; free tickets are available the day of the walk. Call 530-595-4480 for more information.

Lassen Volcanic National Park
Saturday, Apr 7, 2018
The Wildflower & Nature Festival shines a spotlight on our local beauty. This event is centered around the nature of Butte County focusing mainly on the Oroville area. Fun activities for all ages. We will have bus tours to see the wildflowers on Table Mountain, a children’s craft and game area, and live music. Local businesses will hold booth spaces to sell handmade and natural items or provide educational information and materials to guests. We will also have a Food Truck Alley for food vendors!In partnership with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, we will be offering two guided bus tours to table mountain during the event. Seats are reserved with a $10 donation per person and seats fill up fast! Please visit or call our District Office to purchase your ticket today .

Nelson Sports Complex
Headwaves, Prism Tats Perform at The Dip
Headwaves - Four piece group, based out of Seattle, WA. The music is a mix of hazy dream pop, heady rhythms and lush synth rock. Prism Tats - Using guitars, vocals and sparse electronic elements, Prism Tats pulls from various visual and musical inspirations to create waking dream sub-realities that devastate and elate.

The Dip
Shasta Wildlife Rescue's Baby Shower and Open House
Annual Baby Shower and Open House to allow the public to take tours of the facility before the babies start to arrive. See the Educational Birds up close, make a wild bird seed holder to take home with you, have your face painted in your favorite animal and check out our Educational Display Table. First 75 children to visit will receive a baby shower favor.

3752 Rupert road, Anderson River Park, Anderson, CA
Sunday, Apr 8, 2018
Whitmore Community Center All-You-Can-Eat Monthly Breakfast
Join us for the monthly All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast hosted by the Whitmore Community Center on the second Sunday of every month, from 8am - 11am. An all volunteer staff will be serving a buffet style country breakfast with all of your favorite fixins. Just $3 for kids and $8 for adults for your choice of scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, biscuits & sausage gravy, bacon, sausage links, pancakes and fresh fruit. We'll also have freshly brewed coffee, fruit juices and water. Don't forget to grab a few raffle tickets for one of those delicious pies! All proceeds benefit the Whitmore Community Center.

30555 Whitmore Rd., Whitmore, CA
Friday, Apr 20, 2018
Jim Brickman
Jim Brickman’s distinctive piano style and captivating live performances have revolutionized the popularity of instrumental music, making him a driving force behind modern American music. The hit-making songwriter is the best-selling solo pianist of our time, earning 21 Number One albums and 32 Top 20 Radio Singles in the industry bible, “Billboard Magazine.”

Redding Civic Auditorium
Spring Spin
Kick-off for Shasta Bike Month! April 20, 4:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Stop by to fuel up and get energized with live music or plan to meet up with friends and enjoy the bike festivities. Everything you need to celebrate Shasta Bike Month all in one place - live music, StuntMasters BMX show, outdoor bike movie, food trucks, drinks, local vendors, bike mechanics, advice on bike routes, and more! Bring your bike to have fun at the bike park or grab a bite to eat and enjoy the outdoor bike movie on the big screen. Shasta Bike Challenge Teams can pick up their Team Captain Swag Bags. The Mayor of Redding will also be leading a short bike ride around the river trail. Hosted by Owens Healthcare. Free Bike Valet will be provided. The StuntMasters BMX show will perform at 6 p.m. This is a FREE event! Questions: Contact or 229-8456

Caldwell Jr. Bike Park
Saturday, Apr 21, 2018
California Nut Festival
Celebrating 12 years in the making, the 2018 California Nut Festival will focus on locally grown and produced foods and beverages from the North Valley. Locally grown tree nuts -- almonds, walnuts, pecans and pistachios -- take center stage for this event that showcases the culinary delights while paying tribute to the region’s strong farming heritage in Butte County and also provides festival guests with an opportunity to connect with local farmers and growers. Presented by the Butte Agriculture Foundation and sponsored by Tri Counties Bank, MeadowBrook/Discovery Homes, California Olive Ranch, Asset Management Group, C.F. Koehnen & Sons, PG&E, and Farmers' Circle members, proceeds from the annual California Nut Festival support the Patrick Ranch Museum, a newly restored mansion and working farm managed by the Far West Heritage Association. To date, more than $80,000 has been raised and donated to the historic museum!

Patrick Ranch Museum
Thursday, Apr 26, 2018
2018 Gold Nugget Days! 60th Diamond Jubilee
Come join the festivities and sixty years of Gold Nugget Days history! Join our Paradise community as it celebrates its annual Gold Nugget Days in the heart of the Northern California Gold Country. The event begins with the Gold Nugget Queen Contest, located at the Paradise Performing Arts Center, Thursday, April 26 at 7 p.m. Events continue throughout the four-day celebration, building to a crescendo for the parade on April 28, noon to 2 p.m. There will be local celebrities and surprise guests. The Pair-O-Dice Chapter of E. Clampus Vitus’ Donkey Derby will reenact the transport of the 1850s fifty-four pound nugget from the West Branch of the Feather River to Old Magalia. Looking for fun after the parade? The Paradise Depot Party, located in Community Park, will feature live music, libations, and food truck fare throughout the afternoon and into the early evening. To top it off, the first Gold Nugget Days Hoedown will be held at the Paradise Elks Lodge from seven to 11 p.m. Sunday.

Gold Nugget Museum
Friday, Apr 27, 2018
Friday Fun Rides
Rides are open to everyone! All rides begin at the Caldwell Jr. Bike Park. A brief safety drill will be presented at the beginning of each ride, then the ride will begin! Rides will be 3-6 miles depending on the size and abilities of riders in the group. We may break up into more than one group to ride different distances. Ride leaders are Sara Sundquist (League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor - LCI) and Nicole Lightfoot of the Shasta Safe Routes to School program. For questions, contact: Sara Sundquist at (530) 245-6457 Nicole Lightfoot at (530) 245- 6583

Caldwell Jr. Bike Park

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