Festivals Abound in the True North
Whether you are a rice, horse, river, biking, bull riding, fresh produce, salmon or just a nut (fan) - we've got something for you!
Oroville's Salmon Festival attracts 18,000 people annually in downtown Oroville, while Celebrate 10 in Redding is all about the iconic Sundial Bridge. Maybe you like following farm trails. We've got a few for you. Tehama County's new farm trail celebrates the heart of olive country while offering up a 94-year-old rodeo. Sierra Oro Farm Trail's established path winds its way through gold country and Siskiyou's high desert offers some beefy choices.
November 10 2018
Festival of Light- Art, Music, CraftsREAD MORE>
Why go to the Festival of Light Crafts Fair? Would it be the $5.00 hot soup lunch on a crisp wintery day? Maybe the lure of Holiday shopping with the many varied quality North State...
October 13 2018
Artists in Action FestivalREAD MORE>
Artists Demonstrating during “Artists in Action” for a SUPER SATURDAY of Family Fun The Trinity County Arts Council is holding the annual Artists in Action Festival on Satu...
July 7 - July 31 2018
Art Cruise, 1st SaturdayREAD MORE>
Art Cruise ! On the first Saturday of each month the Trinity County Arts Council sponsors the Art Cruise in Historic Weaverville. Our 3 fine arts galleries and several businesses h...
June 16 2018
Trinity Art in the AlpsREAD MORE>
CERAMIC & GLASS FESTIVAL: Saturday, June 16, 2018, many of the most talented ceramic & glass artists from the North State will dazzle spectators at the 2nd Annual Trinity County Art i...
May 12 2018
Frontier Days CelebrationREAD MORE>
Roll back time to the 1850s for the 1st annual Weaverville Frontier Days! Join in the festivities on May 12, from 10am -4pm. Our old fashioned celebration of heritage and culture be...