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Saturday, Oct 19, 2019
After the Harvest Celebration: 6-Course Winemaker Dinner
This October, after the 2019 grape harvest, join Majestic Oak Family Cellars and Burnsini Vineyards for a celebration with a multi course winemaker dinner, featuring two local chefs, Chef Cal DeMercurio of Culinarily Yours and Chef Pam Buono of Bella Cucina. The chefs will team up to prepare a six-course meal with an Italian Countryside theme, pairing with wines from the two local boutique wineries. Both chefs have family roots in Sicily and have a long north state history of preparing Italian cuisine professionally. Dinner will be presented in an open kitchen format with cooking demonstrations. The After the Harvest event will be held in downtown Redding at Sizzle’s Kitchen at 1440 Placer Street, Redding, CA 96001. Sizzle’s Kitchen is located in the old Leatherby’s Family Creamery space. Parking is available in the Placer/California parking garage, across from Enjoy the Store. Limited seating available. Prior ticket purchase required. Read More

Sizzle's Kitchen
Oct
19
An American Genocide Presentation by Dr. Benjamin Madley
Join us for a presentation of the historical context that led to the genocide of the Native California People. About Dr. Madley: Born in Redding, California, Benjamin Madley is associate professor of history at the University of California, Los Angeles. He focuses on Native America, the United States, and colonialism in world history. He holds a B.A., M.A., M.Phil.,and Ph.D. from Yale University and an M.St. from Oxford University. Read More

Cascade Theater
Frankenstein
Dorothy Louise's remarkable new adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic story rescues it from simplistic notions of horror and fear. She remains faithful to Shelley's intention to show how the Creature of Victor Frankenstein gradually grows into malignity because of the continual rejection he experiences and the refusal of his creator to respond to his very human needs. Amateur and professional companies will find this to be the most successful Frankenstein ever adapted for the stage. Read More

Riverfront Playhouse
Return of the Salmon Festival
Coleman National Fish Hatchery celebrates the annual Return of the Salmon Festival. This festival has been celebrated at the hatchery since 1991 in an effort to increase outreach and visitor use; during this one day festival thousands of people visit the hatchery. This festival is free and has many booths from Federal, State and private exhibitors that provide a wide array of information related to natural resources. Visitors at the festival can view fall Chinook salmon returning to Battle Creek and the hatchery, and may observe all aspects of day-to-day hatchery operations such as spawning, egg incubation, and juvenile rearing. Read More

Coleman National Fish
Return of the Salmon Festival
Join us as we celebrate the annual Return of the Salmon Festival. This family friendly event is free to the public and will have over 50 booths with information and activities. View salmon spawning operations, a salmon aquarium, natural resource information booths and much more. Ride the free shuttle from the Anderson Wal-mart to avoid the congestion and limited parking at the hatchery. Read More

Coleman National Fish Hatchery
Saturday Redding Farmers Market
When you visit the SGA Farmer's Market's, you will find friendly vendors selling a verity of fresh/locally grown fruits, vegetables, nuts, eggs and meats. You can also find fresh flowers, oils, honey, plants, baked goods/breads and prepared foods as well as local artisan goods. Read More

City Hall
Oct
19
Science Saturday
From exploring the miniscule miracles of nanoscience to the stars and wonders of space – we invite you to discover more every month at our Science Saturday. Science Saturday programs are designed to enrich the visitor’s museum experience as we explore the natural world around us through experiments, demonstrations, and other activities. Every 3rd Saturday of the month, join our educators and volunteers for an interactive learning experience; new topics are covered each month. Drop-in activities are available from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the Museum. Read More

Turtle Bay Exploration Park
Think Pink 5k Walk/Run
Nor-Cal Think Pink is excited to kick-off our 1st Annual Think Pink 5k Walk & Run on October 19th 11am at the Sundial Bridge. Grab your running shoes and some pink to further raise breast cancer awareness at this fun event for all ages. All proceeds will fund Nor-Cal Think Pink's mission to save lives by educating the importance of early detection screening. Read More

Sundial Bridge
Wednesday, Oct 23, 2019
Burney Certfied Farmers Market
Some of the many items for sale at this market: • Organic foods • Baked goods • Arts & crafts • Flowers • Herbs • Vegetables • Honey • Jams • Meats • Nuts • Plants Read More

37143 Main St
Thursday, Oct 24, 2019
Little Explorers
Little Explorers is a weekly educational program for 2-5 year olds and their caregivers. This play-based environment encourages children to explore, discover, investigate and create. Included in Park admission. Read More

Turtle Bay Exploration Park 844 Sundial Bridge Dr., Redding, CA 96001

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