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 11 2017
Festival Of Light Art & Crafts EventREAD MORE>
Festival of Light Craft Fair ! Don’t miss it! Saturday, November 11, 10 am to 4 pm, Veteran’s Memorial Hall in Weaverville. Enjoy a hot soup lunch on a crisp wintery day,...
October 14 2017
Artists in Action FestivalREAD MORE>
Artists Demonstrating during “Artists in Action” Wildfires and the tragedy, sadness, and the uncertainty this fire has brought Trinity County has moved us to reschedule the...
October 14 2017
Salmon FestivalREAD MORE>
The 18th annual Trinity River Salmon Festival, celebrating return of the salmon, will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, in Weaverville.This festive celebration is o...
September 2 - September 3 2017
Trinity Tribal GatheringREAD MORE>
We are so pleased to bring you a full roster of music, speakers and performances for this year'sTrinity Tribal Gathering! ( phot...
June 3 2017
Lewiston Peddlers' FaireREAD MORE>
A real old fashion street faire - antiques, collectible, arts & crafts, food booths, entertainment. The 27th annual fair is located in beautiful historic Lewiston California. Free Admi...