Siskiyou County - Mount Shasta


Looking to join in on some down-to-earth fun with that authentic Americana vibe? The streets of UpStateCA come alive throughout the year with festivals, grilldowns, and even good ol' fashioned parades. We invite you to scroll through the region's festivities - you're sure to find something event-ful!

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Saturday, Aug 27, 2022
The Saturday Market By The River
Your Community, Year Round Certified Farmer and Artisan Market. 100 Main Street, Red Bluff, CA 96080. May-September 8am-noon. October-April 9am-noon. Read More
100 Main St., Red Bluff
Sunday, Aug 28, 2022
Modoc County Fair
The 101st Annual Fair, "Roses of the Range", features carnival rides, sheep, goat, beef, poultry and rabbit shows in addition to a companion dog show. And NEW this year, a wiener dog and wannabe wiener dog race. BBQ's and pancake breakfast. Don miss Saturday's car show and sock hop featuring the music of the Joey Carmon Band. There is also a street dance. And don't forget the parade on Sunday. Read More
Cedarville, California
Rollin In Weed Car & Bike Show
Rollin In Weed Car & Bike Show. Join us for the annual car show. This year it will take place at Bel Air Park. Pre-Registration is open until August 19th. Featuring Car & Bike Show, Bocce Tournament, Corn Hole Tournament, Music, Food Booths, Beer Booth, and Flea Market. Contact the Chamber Office for applications for all events - (530) 938-4624. Read More
Bel Air Park
Wednesday, Aug 31, 2022
Red Bluff Downtown Farmers Market
Looking forward to a great year with lots of great farmers, vendors, live bands, kid’s activities by Parks and Rec and special events starting in June! Read More
Downtown Red Bluff
Friday, Sep 2, 2022
Chico Friday Night Concerts
Friday Night Concerts are Chico's best place to hear live, local music for free. Pack up your blankets and lawn chairs, bring the family downtown, pick up a bite to eat from one of the city's fabulous downtown eateries and head to city plaza from 7-8:30pm. Read More
Chico City Plaza
Plumas County Fair
Going strong for more than 150 years, the Plumas Sierra County Fair in Quincy has represented a place where residents of two side-by-side communities come together to reconnect and celebrate their roots. A favorite pastime for the older crowd and youngsters, it has been an important celebratory event in the development of both communities and can be felt in the fair's theme that embodies a robust culture - "pride in the past, faith in the future. "You'll find amusement rides, tasty treats, animal and livestock events, local artist exhibits, and several grandstand events and live music. Read More
Quincy, CA
Saturday, Sep 3, 2022
California Free Fishing Day
Free Fishing Days for 2022 are Saturday, July 2 and Saturday, September 3. Have you ever felt the excitement of watching your bobber suddenly jiggle, then dive out of sight? Or feeling the tap-tap-tap of a bass as it tastes the worm on the end of your line? Or having a salmon practically tear the rod out of your hands as it smashes your lure? What's that? You say you never learned to fish? If you are new to the sport of fishing, and not sure if you will enjoy it, a great opportunity awaits you. CDFW offers two Free Fishing Days each year. On these days, you can fish without a sport fishing license. Free Fishing Days provide a great, low-cost way to give fishing a try. Some CDFW Regions offer a Fishing in the City program where you can go fishing in the middle of major metropolitan areas perhaps just a few blocks from your home. Fishing in the City and free fishing day clinics are designed to educate novice anglers about fishing ethics, fish habits, effective methods. Read More
State Wide
Downtown Oroville Historic Walking Tour
Step back in time and discover Oroville’s rich and racy history on the first Saturday of every month with your guide, Daniel Ballard. Daniel, a member of the Butte County Historical Society, has been serving as a docent and collecting stories from local historians since the age of 15. He is truly passionate about Oroville’s history and making it accessible to the community. This is also a great opportunity to get out and see all of the revitalization efforts and new businesses in Downtown Oroville. Downtown Oroville Historic Walking Tours are free to the public, but we encourage you to tip your guide if you are able. The tour changes monthly to cover different aspects of the city. Read More
Start @ Oroville municipal auditorium
Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival
Two full days of music, from Bluegrass and cowboy to blues and folk and a little New Orleans Dixieland, this is a music festival packed with music for everyone. Also available is the festival's Square Dancing workshop with a BBQ dinner. Entrance to the music festival is $40.00. The square dancing workshop with dinner is an additional $40.00 All tickets can be purchase on line. RV parking available, $20 to $60, tent camping available $10 to $40. Read More
Plumas County Fairgrounds
Pterosaurs! Animal Program
What is a Pterosaur? Come learn about history’s largest flying animal as we compare their modern day counterparts. Learn about the Pterosaurs ability to fly and how it compares to modern day fliers like Turtle Bay’s feathered ambassadors. Also, get an up close encounter with their modern day relatives, the reptiles! Free for Members / Included with paid Park Admission, only at Turtle Bay! Read More
Turtle Bay Exploration Park

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