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Saturday, May 12, 2018
Weaverville Frontier Days
Roll back time to the 1850s for the 1st annual Weaverville Frontier Days! Our old fashioned celebration of heritage and culture begins at Lee Fong Park with the Nor-Rel-Muk Wintu Nation ceremony then moves to the historic Weaverville Joss House temple where you can learn Chinese calligraphy . Experience blacksmiths forging metal, crafts and kids games. Participate in gold panning, tombstone rubbing, cranking ice cream. Enjoy live entertainment. Come find a nugget, redeem your gift, and take a piece of our town home with you. Come one, come all! Join us as we spend the day touching history.

Main Street, Historic Weaverville
Sunday, May 13, 2018
May
13
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
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Redding Rodeo
It wouldn't be Redding in May without some bucking, roping, riding, and boot-scooting! The Redding Rodeo returns bigger and better than ever, with all the favorites, including the Champions Challenge, steak feed BBQ and dance, and many more. Check website for details.

Redding Rodeo Grounds
Friday, May 18, 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 ssundquist@co.shasta.ca.us Nicole Lightfoot at (530) 245- 6583 nlightfoot@co.shasta.ca.us

Caldwell Jr. Bike Park
Sunday, May 20, 2018
44TH Annual CHVA Car Show in the Park
This Show draws vehicles from Northern California, Oregon, and Nevada. Enjoy vintage cars and trucks, original, custom, and even Rat Rods on the grass and in the shade on the banks of the Sacramento River. Street legal cars and trucks, original, customs, Rat Rods and military vehicles welcome. Peoples Choice awards FOR 1979 AND EARLIER, 50-50 drawing, merchandise raffles. Food and beverages available on site. We are continuing having a pancake breakfast in morning, and awards for Rat Rods and military vehicles too. Bring the kids, neighbors and relatives, because spectators are free. NO MAIL IN PRE-REGISTRATION THIS YEAR. Entry fee is $10. Enter at Main and Willow Street. Use 100 River Park Way on your GPS.

100 River Park Way, Red Bluff, CA
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Mountain Cruisers
Burney Mountain Cruisers Rex Club Days will be celebrating their 26th Anniversary. This is a Rain or Shine event and takes place in the parking lot of The Rex Club & Mt Burney Coffee Co. Discount for pre-registration. T-Shirt, Dash Plaques & Goodie Bags. 1st & 2nd Place Awards to each class of Stock, Modified, and Open.

Burney
Friday, Jun 1, 2018
Jun
1
Susanville Symphony Pops Concert
This is the most popular concert of the year! Hear popular songs from film and the radio, past and present.

Susanville Assembly of God Church
Saturday, Jun 2, 2018
Jun
2
NATIONAL TRAILS DAY
National Trails Day is held on the first Saturday in June each year. Events held throughout the United States help promote awareness of the wide variety of benefits that trails provide, encourage people to discover their local trails, raise awareness of trail issues and instill excitement for the outdoors. Trails are for more than just hiking. Trails provide access to waterways for canoeing and paddle trips. Birdwatching and geocaching are some other favorite activities. Learning land navigation or biking are also great trail pursuits. National Trails Day is also an opportunity to thank the many volunteers, land agencies, trail developers, park employees, rangers for their help in developing and maintaining the trails.

Lassen Volcanic National Park
Old Lewiston Peddlers Faire
The festival features antiques, collectible, arts and crafts, food booths, entertainment, and much more. There will be more than 100 vendors selling their wares. Enjoy award winning wines from 6 wineries and fine entertainment at wine tasting. Free admission and parking. Hours: 9am-4pm. Live Music on two outdoor stages. Wine tasting stage will begin at 11:00 AM.

Historic Lewiston
Sunday, Jun 3, 2018
Jun
3
Annual McCloud Flea Market
Held annually for over 40 years on the first Sunday in June on Main Street, the McCloud Flea Market is a must visit! The Flea Market, which is the largest in Siskiyou County, features collectibles, arts, crafts, antiques, tools, clothing, jewelry, furniture, and much more is offered in over 100 booths by vendors from throughout Northern California.

McCloud, CA

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