Dec 09 Saturday
Join us at our Family Friendly Film Festival!
Get ready for a fun, sensory-friendly afternoon of fun activities and a movie! We will be selling consessions, raffle tickets, holiday crafts, and will have a very special cookie decorating and hot cocoa station! All children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. We will also have a calming corner as well as sensory-supportive items and equipment to make this event fun for ALL members of your family.
Holiday Crafts & Activities begin at 3pm
Movie begins at 4pm
Dec 10 Sunday
Moms, dad's aunts, uncles, grandmas, grandpas, bring every kid you know for our Santa meet and greet, book reading and treats from Santa 🎅 🍭This is a free event hosted by Chico author Mollie Openshaw of the beautiful children's book, Gam Gam Am I Mixed
We hear The Grinch may show up too! 👍
🎄Location: Barnes & Noble🎄Date: December 10th🎄Time: 2-4 pm
Dec 14 Thursday
Calling all Teens--This Thursday at 6:00pm we have a Skate Night just for you! Join us for a night of skating 🛼, games 🕹, and dancing 🕺, all while having fun with other teens!
**MUST REGISTER ONLINE**https://thrive-enrichment.com/teen-skate-nights/
Dec 16 Saturday
California State Parks and its partner, Ide Adobe Interpretive Association, invite you to get in the holiday spirit with Holidays on the Homestead at William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park (SHP). The park’s 44th annual festive winter tradition will be celebrated on Saturday, December 16 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
The public is invited to join us for a day of festivities, music, and making ornaments:
· Enjoy living history demonstrations, with staff and volunteers dressed in 1850s clothing to greet visitors.
· Learn about the many winter traditions that brought light and warmth to this dark and cold time of year.
· Local musicians will provide entertainment.
· Visitors can make handmade gifts, including tin punch, dried orange ornaments, candles, yarn crafts, and rag dolls.
· Warm wassail and treats will be served.
· Children will clamor to break a traditional Christmas bag!
Holidays on the Homestead is fun for families and friends of all ages. Admission for adults is $5, children 3 years and older is $2, and children under 3 are free. Families (up to 5 guests) are $10. William B. Ide Adobe SHP is located at 21659 Adobe Road, Red Bluff, California
Dec 31 Sunday
The public is invited to the Oroville Optimists’ 6th annual “New York New Year’s Eve Fundraising dinner party: New York Steak; New York Cheese cake; New York Time (We celebrate at nine. 9:00—New York Time!)
Dine, dance, raffles! Celebrate the New Year, have a great time, and Get Home Early! The catered buffet includes a New York steak carving station and shrimp scampi, plus side dishes. . No host bar. Free champagne toast!
The Early-bird cost is $60/person; table for 8 is $450, if purchased by December 15. $65/person; Table for 8 is $480, after December 15.
Tickets available through the Oroville Chamber of Commerce, online at eventbrite.com, or by calling 530-354-4817.
All proceeds support the Optimists’ “Friend to Youth” Programs in Butte County.
Jan 11 Thursday
Feb 04 Sunday
Final event of the one-year-series to create a Historic Chinatown Alley
Join the Helen and Joe Chew Foundation as the one-year series of events to Create a Historic Chinatown Alley comes to an end, 126 years later in Chinese American history. Witnessing the Lion Dancers is an extremely enjoyable and culturally a very prideful experience for all ages.
The Chinese Lion Dance is one of the oldest traditions for the Chinese American descendants of Red Bluff and is used at celebratory events.Admission: Free for all to enjoy!
Details: The event will kick off with an ancient Chinese Lion Dance at 12 PM that will bless the City of Red Bluff with prosperity, good fortunate, longevity for all the years that follow. The descendants from the 趙Chew, 黄Foey, 陳Chin and Chan family will provide a speech regarding the conclusion of the one-year series of events. The Helen and Joe Chew Foundation will have a joint book reading on Images of America: Chinese in Tehama County followed by an optional walking tour to conclude the festivities.
Location: The event will begin on Hickory Street through Pine Street between Main Street and Rio Street (formerly known as High Street).Complimentary concluding the one-year-series of events
Sponsored by the Helen and Joe Chew Foundation
Feb 08 Thursday
Mar 14 Thursday
Apr 11 Thursday