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Wednesday, Jul 4, 2018
Independence Day Celebration
Another Oroville tradition…a spectacular fireworks show over Lake Oroville which starts shortly after sun-down. Free event, best vantage place is on the Oroville Dam road. Bring folding chairs, snacks, water.

Oroville
Signarama Firecracker 5k
Kick off 4th of July with this fun, festive patriotic event! It’s the Signarama Firecracker 5K the morning of July 4th at the McConnell Arboretum at Turtle Bay Exploration Park. This is a great way to celebrate our community, family and America! The fun starts at 8 AM with a Red, White and Blue opening ceremony featuring the Pledge of Allegiance and the Star Spangled Banner. Then a Little Sparkler’s ¼ mile Run/Walk then a 5K Run/Walk and then live music, full pancake breakfast even a Michelob Ultra Beer Garden. The flag lined course will be just the inspiration you’ll need to make it to the finish line. So, this 4th of July before you fire up the BBQ and watch the fireworks show, gather all your friends and family and celebrate America at the Signarama Firecracker 5K!

McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
Weaverville's 4th of July Celebration
Trinity County and Weaverville host many events throughout the year. The 4th of July is probably the biggest event and the one that people come from miles around and even from other states to experience. There are a variety of other events, such as barbecues, car shows, a quilting show, arts and crafts fairs, Ruth Lake Rodeo, the Trinity County Fair, and much more. The local events are what bring the community together and make visitors feel right at home. Weekly events, such the farmer's market in Weaverville, show how people here are happy to get together and share a little good food, a little good music, and a little good mountain living. Be sure to visit this page often for updates and more information to come!

Weaverville
Thursday, Jul 5, 2018
High Sierra Music Festival
One of the scene’s oldest and most prestigious festivals, the High Sierra Music Festival, returns to Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy, California on July 5 – 8. Today, organizers confirmed the first batch of artists set to perform at the 28th annual event. Colorado jam titans The String Cheese Incident will play two nights of High Sierra ’18. Sturgill Simpson, Lettuce, The Wood Brothers, The California Honeydrops and Turkuaz are also among the acts at the top of the initial lineup revealed today. Additional bands set to perform at this year’s High Sierra include Lotus, Antibalas, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Spafford, Lebo & Friends, The Barr Brothers and Fruition.

Quincy
Friday, Jul 6, 2018
Enjoy Movies in the Park
Welcome to Enjoy Magazine's Enjoy Movies in the Park Redding - one of the North State's most popular and well-attended events of the summer. Join us every Friday night June - August, in our regional parks for a night under the stars - remember to bring your blankets, lawn chairs and picnic baskets - or enjoy our onsite food vendors - enjoy this wholesome community activity. Schedule: Jun 1 - Beauty and the Beast (2017), Caldwell Park; Jun 8 - Oliver, Caldwell Park; Jun 15 - The Greatest Showman, Caldwell Park; Jun 22 - Flight of the Navigator, Caldwell Park; Jun 29 - Thor Ragnarok, Caldwell Park; Jul 6 - Pirates of the Caribbean 5, Anderson River Park; Jul 13 - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Anderson River Park; Jul 20 - Coco, Anderson River Park; Jul 27 - Star Wars the Last Jedi, Anderson River Park; Aug 3 - Wonder Woman, Enterprise Park; Aug 10 - Moana, Enterprise Park; Aug 17 - The Goonies, Enterprise Park.

Redding Area Parks
Saturday, Jul 7, 2018
17th Annual Mt. Lassen Art Show
Beat the heat at 4300 feet! This is a FREE public event for all ages and families. FREE to vend as well. We are looking for musicians who will play for tips! Down-home gathering located just 7 miles from North entrance to Mt. Lassen National Park. Join us for art, vending, music and fun on your way to or from the park!

Mt. Lassen Art Center
Jul
7
Annual Paul Bunyan Festival

Westwood Area Chamber of Commerce
Brit Floyd: The World's Greatest Pink Floyd Show
The Brit Floyd Show has truly become a phenomenon, widely regarded as the world's greatest live tribute to Pink Floyd. Faithfully recreating the scale and pomp of the final 1994 Division Bell tour, complete with a stunning million dollar light show, large circle screen and arch plus moving lights, lasers, inflatables and theatrics. A Brit Floyd show really is as close as fans will get to experiencing the magnificence of a Pink Floyd Show live.

Redding Civic Auditorium
Jul
7
BURNEY BASIN DAYS
Burney Basin Days Fireworks, Parade, Bed Races, Craft Fair, Deep Pit BBQ, Chuckwagon Breakfast, Horseshoe Tournament, Ice Cream Social, Friday Night Social

Burney, CA
Sunday, Jul 8, 2018
Jul
8
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

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