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Saturday, May 5, 2018
Lassen County Children’s Fair
For more than three decades now the Lassen County Office of Education has presented children of Lassen County with a special day all their own, a low-cost and family friendly event held each May at the fairgrounds. And while 32-years is quite a long haul for any local event to stay fresh and exciting, each year more and more children visit the Children’s Fair, more groups and organizations participate and parents who visited the fair as children return to treat their own children to the experience.

Lassen County Fairgrounds
Sunday, May 6, 2018
Etna Rodeo
Parade starts at 10:30 am in beautiful downtown Etna. Parade Entry: Forms available at Scott Valley Bank, Etna Hardware & Fort Jones Hardware. Entries due by April 30th. For more info contact: Drew Travis (530) 468-2410 Cowboy Church will be held at 11am in the upper softball field located next to the arena. Everyone is welcome to attend. Drew Travis (530) 468-2410 Pre Rodeo Youth Event Sign-Ups are by CALL IN ONLY. Youth events start at 12 Noon. Contestants must wear & provide their own helmet, riding gear & rodeo attire.

Scott Valley Pleasure Park
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Stephen Stills & Judy Collins
50 years ago, singer-songwriter Stephen Stills met singer-songwriter Judy Collins, known for her piercing ocean blue eyes. Their tumultuous love affair would later be immortalized by Stills with his composition “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash on their landmark debut. Both artists would go on to shape modern music with visionary approaches, but Stills and Collins’ short fiery union remains a transformative era for the two artists. The two icons of folk are celebrating the golden anniversary of their formative time together with a tour that marks the first time Stills and Collins have ever been on stage together. The two music legends will pull from their rich catalogs as well as debut songs from their latest album and share warm and intimate stories from their journeys and the 1960s folk and Laurel Canyon scenes they helped build. Do not miss this once in a lifetime experience at the historic Cascade Theatre.

Cascade Theatre
Friday, May 11, 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
Redding Fire Festival
The 8th Redding Fire Festival features cirque, fire dancing and pyrotechnics in our 2018 Premier Show: STORYBOOK! Our all-ages festival hosts arts and crafts vendors, food, beer and wine, interactive art, children’s activities, demonstrations, flow and dance workshops (non-fire), music and a 21+ VIP party! *Chairs are available for rental and blankets are available for purchase

Shasta District Fair & Event Center
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Paradise Chocolate Fest
13th Annual Paradise Chocolate Fest! A Chocolate Extravaganza! Paradise Benefiting Youth Organizations on the Paradise Ridge “The Paradise Chocolate Fest is the place to indulge your love of all things chocolate!”

Terry Ashe Park & Recreation Center
Feather Fiesta Days
For well over seventy years and through a few name changes, Feather Fiesta Days has been Oroville’s hometown celebration. Many elements come together to produce this fantastic event including the grand parade, the gigantic car show, craft fairs, mini-festivals and a chili cook-off. The big day is always the day before Mother’s Day. Smaller events are scattered through the week preceding the big day. Here’s a sample of all the things happening at the Feather Fiesta Days: Feather Falls Casino Show & Shine Bidwell Bar Day Butte County Beerfest Kiwanis Kiddies Day Parade (May 11, 2018) Eagles Pancake Breakfast Gold Rush Car Show St. Thomas Spring Fest Craft Fairs at Sank Park and Downtown Exchange Club GRAND PARADE (May 12, 2018) Art in Soroptimist Park Oroville Fire Chili Cookoff The Oroville Community Concert Band

Redding California Shasta Mud Run
Our goal is to challenge you and push you to your limits with a combination of running broken up by various military style obstacles. The course is designed for people of all fitness levels to enjoy and have a good time. There will be plenty of volunteers at each obstacle to give you a hand if you need it, but be sure to give it your best effort! The 6th Annual Shasta Mud Run at the McConnell Foundation's Ross Ranch offers an extra muddy 5K challenge course for all ages and skill levels and a 10K with obstacles for those serious athletes.

McConnell Foundation’s Ross Ranch
Rodeo Week 2018 Kickoff BBQ Steak Feed
Howdy Rodeo Fans, Everybody knows that May is Rodeo month in Redding. Kick off with the BBQ Steak Feed and Dance Saturday May 12th.

Redding Rodeo Grounds
The Paiute Meadows Trail Run
The Half Marathon begins with an easy 2-mile jaunt through the Paiute Meadows Area, with towering pines, soft meadow grass and the gentle downhill along Bagwell Springs Creek. At the 2 mile mark, runners turn up Old Paul Bunyan Logging Road and head up the Paiute Creek Canyon. Keep a good pace up the gentle incline of Old Paul Bunyan Logging road and you’ll be rewarded by the nice roller coaster downhill of the Canyon trail, just on the other side of Paiute Creek. Stop for a snack or stick your toes in the water at the Beaver Pond aid station #1 before heading up Beaver Trail to some spectacular views of the valley. While there are numerous benches scattered around at all of the best vista points, resist the urge to sit. Travel the switchbacks up to the top of Lazy Lizard and enjoy the flight back down to the top of Coyote Bluff Trail. After crossing the Bagwell Creek Bridge, hang a sharp left up Bagwell Springs trail to the top of Bullyvard. From there it’s like Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, through Scrap Iron Trail, until you reach the base of Heart Attack (yeah, it’s really called that because of a REAL heart attack!) and Aid Station #2. Switchback your way 1 mile up Heart Attack Hill, catch the view as you turn around, but don’t lollygag because the turnaround downhill finish is fast and furious!


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