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Redding Parkinson's Support Group

This group is open to individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and their family members or other support people. Join us for problem solving, resource information, emotional support and just being with people who "get it."

Meetings are held monthly on the second Friday from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 1825 East Street in Redding. There is no charge to attend.

For more information, call Parkinson Assn. of Northern California at 916-357-6641.

August 1 – September 29, 2019
Chico, CA –Walls We Create, an exhibition of 15 Northern California Artists opens at monca, The Museum of Northern California Art, August 1 through September 29th.
Walls We Create is an exhibition that reflects the cultural experience of “barriers” – the ones we face, the ones we build, and the ones we break down. The messages conveyed in the art pieces are diverse and timely and cover a variety of topics….from health and relationships, to gender, race, religion, immigration and more.
Exhibition Details:

At monca, The Museum of Northern California Art, 900 Esplanade

Thursday–Sunday, August 1–September 29, 2019, 11am–5pm

Admission: Adults $5. Members, Students and Children Free

Opening Night Reception: Thursday, August 1, 2019, 6-8pm
Free admission
No Host Bar and Artist Entertainment

Ceramic Raku Showing at Wall Street Salon Presents:
Karen Shapiro's Ceramic POP Objects
Show Extended Thru Sept 30th 2019

Come visit Roze and Marianne's Salon
at 252 E 4th Street Chico CA to View show of these Fun, Giant and Larger than life Raku Art Works. Available pieces including Chanel, Hershy's, Spam, and M&M'S.
Check out Karen's web site for other pieces that can be ordered.

For more information and for purchase please contact: James Snidle at ph:(415) 850-7898
email: jimsnidle@gmail.com

United Methodist Women's Thrift Shop
First United Methodist Church corner of South and East, Redding, CA
First Friday of the month 9a-3p First Saturday of the month 9a-11a
Gently used clothing for the whole family, housewares, linen, craft supplies, home repair and decorating items.
2019
Feb 1-2
Mar 1-2
April 5-6
May 3-4
June 7-8
none in July and August
Sept 6-7
Oct 4-5
Nov 1-2
Dec 6-7

Art Cruise; Gallery receptions, refreshments, music
Where: Historic Weaverville, Trinity County
Who: Trinity County Arts Council
Dates: 1st Saturday, every month
Sept. 7
Oct. 5
Nov. 2
Dec. 7
Time: 5 – 8pm
Email: 2jillrichards@gmail.com
Contact: 530/623-2760, trinitycountyarts.org

1st Saturday in Historic Weaverville, art galleries and several businesses hold gallery receptions to honor the “Artist for the Month”. Refreshments, music, good time.

Friday Sept.20th 11am-3pm at kids kingdom playground

The Redding homeschool network and Redding area homeschool support are holding the 21st annual not back to school potluck picnic.
Open to all homeschoolers, please bring a potluck dish to share and drinks for your family!

Injured on the Job?
Need more information about workers’ compensation benefits?

Come to the injured worker workshop on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 at 10:00 am, hosted by the Redding Information & Assistance Officer. At this free 1 to 1 ½ hour presentation on workers’ compensation you can learn about:

  • Your right to medical treatment
  • Disability payments
  • Returning to work after your injury
  • Resolving disagreements related to your claim

The workshop consists of a presentation followed by a question and answer session. Workshops are set up for injured workers that have recently filed a workers’ compensation claim, but any injured worker can benefit from attending, and anyone is welcome.
Where: Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board
250 Hemsted Dr., 2nd Floor, Suite B
Redding, CA 96002

For additional information, call: 530-225-2047

Adobe Day: Celebrating the Grand Reopening of the Adobe
Where: William B Ide Adobe State Historic Park
Who: California State Parks and the Ide Adobe Interpretive Association
Dates: September 21, 2019
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Email: Jennifer.pooley@parks.ca.gov
Contact: (530) 529-8599 parks.ca.gov

“Dowsing in the Light” by Pat Delafield (WA)

WHO: Nor Cal Dowsers

WHERE: Shasta County Library, Community Rm., Parkview Ave., CA 96001

WHEN: Sat., Sept 21st

CONTACT: www.norcaldowsers.com

Points of Departure
fiber/DIMENSIONS @ 30
October 3 – November 3, 2019
Chico, CA – Points of Departure, fiber/DIMENSIONS @ 30 opens at monca on Thursday, October 3 thru Sunday, November 3rd. It’s an exhibition of 18 artists who share a common vision of the possibilities of fiber. They mix media and materials into forms that transcend definition, as it is the vitality and potential of fiber that connects them in this unique collaborative.
fiber/DIMENSIONS has presented 13 group exhibits, most notably "Intersections" presented biannually in 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008 at San Francisco Presidio, sponsored by Fort Mason Foundation grants. Exhibits have been featured in Artweek and reviewed in Fiberarts Magazine and Surface Design Journal. Fiberarts Design Book Six selected submissions from 36 countries to represent the scope of contemporary fiber art; six were fiber/DIMENSIONS artists. Fiberarts Design Book Seven included eight f/D artists.
monca, Museum of Northern California Art, 900 Esplanade, www.monca.org.
Open Thursday – Sunday 11am – 5pm, October 3 – November 3
Admission: $5 Adults, Students and Children Free
Special Events (Free Admission)
Opening night: Thursday, October 3, 6-8 pm No host bar
Panel Conversation: Sunday, October 6, 3-5 pm

Shasta High Graduating Class of 1969
Join the activities for Oct. 4th & 5th.
Make your reservations NOW.

Contact 530 222-6135

Our next big BOOK SALE
will be a 2-day sale!
Friday, Oct. 4
and Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Library meeting room

Lots of good books and good buys!
Arrive early for good selections.

Cottonwood Community Library • 3427 Main Street • 34

NVAL Member Show Oct 1-Nov 2 Featured Artists, Connie Brown & Kathleen Evans
Reception Oct 4, Friday 5-7pm
North Valley Art League’s Carter House Gallery
48 Quartz Hill Rd. Redding 96003
530-243-1023
Gallery Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm
Visit our website: nval.org

Class Reunion
Anderson Union High School
Class of 69 50th Reunion
(Classes thru 66 to 72 also welcome.) to be held Oct. 4th & 5th.
Events;
Meet & Greet Fri. 4th, 7:00p.m. at the Redding Elks Club(No host bar)
250 Elk Dr. Redding Ca.
Dinner(optional) & Music Sat. 5th at The Sons of Italy Hall, 4850 Cedars Rd. Redding Ca. Doors open at 5:30p.m. with dinner at 6:00p.m. Dinner is 30.00 per person and must be prepaid by the 20th of Sept. For more info please contact Diane Montagner at (530)524-2290.

Drive-Thru Flu Clinic – No Cost
Where: 275 Solano St., Corning, CA
Who: Tehama County Health Services Agency – Public Health
Dates: Saturday, October 5, 2019
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm

65th Annual Gem Show Presented by Shasta Gem & Mineral Society at the Shasta District Fairgrounds in Anderson, CA
Saturday Oct 5th 9-5 & Sunday Oct 6th 10-4
Free Admission, Free Parking, Free Prizes
More info: www.shastagemandmineral.com

St Paul's Lutheran Church Artois will be having their Annual Oktoberfest on Sunday October 6th from 1 to 5. Adults $25, Children $5. Presale tickets only. Call 934-3613/865-3266,

Simpson University for Seniors classes for October: Birds of the Bible and Muscovy -- The History of Russia from Varangians to Tsars

WHO: Open to adults of ANY AGE interested in non-credit, no-homework courses on a variety of topics.

WHERE: Owen Center, Simpson University, 2211 College View Drive

WHEN: 10:20-11:20 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. M, W, F, starting Oct. 7.

COST: $95 per person, per course; $145 per couple

CONTACT: Register online at simpsonu.edu/seniorschool or call 530-226-4978

Super Saturday – Family Fun in Weaverville !

Where:Historic downtown Weaverville, Trinity County

Dates: Oct. 12, 2019

Time:10am – 4pm / “Dirty Cello” concert at 7pm

Email: art@trinitycountyarts.com

Contact:530/623-2760

Saturday morning begins at 10am with the Salmon Festival at the Highland Art Center meadow in Weaverville. In honor of the migration of wild salmon, the Nor-Rel Muk Wintu Nation will share salmon cooked over open coals. Many organizations offer activities for children and adults. Craft vendors and live music enliven the experience.

Across the street at the J. Jake Jackson Museum, 5-8 cooks will create delicious 3 course meals as part of the Dutch Oven Cook-off. For a nominal fee, one can purchase a ticket to sample and vote for your favorite chef. Get there early as there are only 150 tickets available.

The Black Smiths invite us to watch and learn the fine craft of forging steel. Sign-up for their class.

The sidewalks of historic downtown Weaverville will come alive with artists and activities during the annual ARTISTS in ACTION FESTIVAL which will be held on October 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. “Conrad Gulch Ramblers will set the tempo on Angela’s Deck with dancing. More than 40 fascinating artists from the North State will demonstrate their art including Batik, glass artists, metal artists, ceramic sculptors, quilting and crocheting. Jewelers will bend and pound silver into jewelry. Amazing award winning painters Chuck Prudhomme, Debee Holland Olson, Susan Ferguson Greaves, Billy Andrews and others will paint the street. Watch graffiti artist Jamie Lizola and spray paint artist Angel create alternate universes. You can create a Batik painting, paint marbling a scarf, twist wire and glass beads into a spider, RAKU glaze and fire a ceramic piece, chalk the sidewalk, and paint a life-size self-portrait. Delicious Delicacies are offered in many locations.

1 mile of Family Fun

Enjoy a fine dinner at the Indian Creek Café or gaze on the greens at the Trinity Alps Golf Course Restaurant.

7:00 pm, Dirty Cello is set to play Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center. From China to Italy, and all over the U.S., Dirty Cello brings the world a high energy and unique spin on blues and bluegrass. Led by vivacious cross-over cellist Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you’ve never heard before. They promise to get your heart thumping and toes tapping!Tickets at the door: $12 for adults, $20 for a couple, $30 family.

5th Annual Harvest Feast and Hoedown. Saturday Oct 12 3-7pm. Featuring Loosely Strung (bluegrass band), Hat Creek Grass Fed Beef burgers, homemade soups and salads, bake sale, student performances, and student made crafts for sale. This is such a fun evening, please bring your family and friends and join us! You can buy tickets from any student, the school office, or at the door.

Artists in Action Festival
Where: Historic downtown Weaverville, Trinity County
Who: Trinity County Arts Council
Dates:Oct. 12, 2019
Time: 11am – 3pm
Email: art@trinitycountyarts.com
Contact: 530/623-2760, https://www.facebook.com/trinitycountyarts.org

Artists in Action Festival has joined the Salmon Festival and Dutch Oven Cook-off for a Super Saturday of Family Fun on October 12!
The sidewalks of historic downtown Weaverville will come alive with artists and activities during the annual ARTISTS in ACTION FESTIVAL which will be held on October 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. “Conrad Gulch Ramblers will set the tempo on Angela’s Deck with dancing and seating to enjoy the band. More than 30 fascinating artists from the North State will demonstrate their art including metal artists, professional pin stripe painting, ceramic sculptors, quilting and crocheting. Jewelers will bend and pound silver into jewelry. Learn about the art of Batik, needle felting and Tattoo. Watch spray paint artist Angel create alternate universes. You can print your Chinese Zodiac Animal, RAKU glaze and fire a ceramic piece, chalk the sidewalk, and paint a life-size self portrait. Tasty pastries and Delicious delicacies are offered in many locations.
1 mile of Family Fun from the Band Stand to the Highland Art Center Meadow and Jake Jackson Museum.
FRESH Air, Roads are Open !

Chico Contra Dance with Live Music by Tripping Up the Stairs

WHEN: Saturday, October 12, 2019

TIME: Beginner's orientation at 6:30 PM

DANCE: 7:00 -10:00 PM

WHERE:Chico Community Guild (formerlyChico Grange)

ADDRESS: 2775 Nord Ave. (Off East Ave at Rodeo Ave - near Henshaw Ave - not on Highway 32)

COST: $10

Finger food always welcome

All dances are taught in a walk-thru and then called to music. You do not have to bring a partner with you.

INFORMATION: Michael 530-873-0229

Public Meeting:

Enterprise Anderson Groundwater Sustainability Planning

Wednesday, October 16, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
First United Methodist Church, 1825 East Street in Redding, California
Refreshments will be provided.
Meeting Objectives:

  • Share information on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Planning process
  • Understand what we know about the status of the groundwater in the Enterprise and Anderson areas
  • Gather participants input for the Groundwater Plan and answer questions


For more information on the Enterprise Anderson Groundwater Sustainability Agency, go to:
https://www.cityofredding.org/departments/public-works/eagsa

For more information, contact: Charleen Beard, Shasta County, cbeard@co.shasta.ca.us

Reunión Pública:

Gestión Sustentable del Agua Subterránea para las Cuencas de Enterprise e Anderson


Miércoles, Octubre 16, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Iglesia - First United Methodist Church, 1825 East Street in Redding, California
Refrescos provenidos.
Objetivos:

  • Informar el público al proceso de Gestión Sustentable del Agua Subterránea
  • Entender el estado del agua subeterránea de las cuencas de Enterprise e Anderson.
  • Recibir intereses e ideas de los participantes para considerar en la Gestión.


Para información en español por la Gestión Sustentable del Agua Subterránea visite:
https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/gmp/docs/sgma/sgma_brochure_may2015_esp.pdf

Para más información por la Gestión Sustentable del Agua Subterránea para las Cuencas de Enterprise e Anderson visite: https://www.cityofredding.org/departments/public-works/eagsa

Para registrar para recibir noticias, contacte: Charleen Beard, Shasta County, cbeard@co.shasta.ca.us

Injured on the Job?

Need more information about workers’ compensation benefits?

Come to the injured worker workshop on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at 10:00 am, hosted by the Redding Information & Assistance Officer. At this free 1 to 1 ½ hour presentation on workers’ compensation you can learn about:

  • Your right to medical treatment
  • Disability payments
  • Returning to work after your injury
  • Resolving disagreements related to your claim

The workshop consists of a presentation followed by a question and answer session. Workshops are set up for injured workers that have recently filed a workers’ compensation claim, but any injured worker can benefit from attending, and anyone is welcome.

Where: Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board

250 Hemsted Dr., 2nd Floor, Suite B

Redding, CA 96002

For additional information, call: 530-225-2047

Musical Theatre Production
THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW
By Richard O’Brien

THURS–SAT, OCT 17–19 | 7:30 PM
SAT–SUN, OCT 19–20 | 2 PM
HARLEN ADAMS THEATRE

“A musical that deals with mutating identity and time warps becomes one of the most mutated, time-warped phenomena in show business.” – The New York Times

In this energetic cult classic, newly engaged sweethearts Brad and Janet get stuck in a storm and find themselves at the doorstep of Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s mansion. As their innocence and commitment to each other is tested, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocker biker and a creepy butler. Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: an artificially made, physically perfect man named Rocky. You don’t want to miss the chance to do the “Time Warp” with us!

$20 Adult | $18 Senior | $8 Youth & Chico State Student | Purchase tickets at the University Box Office, 530-898-6333, online at www.csuchico.edu/boxoffice, or at the door.

MORE INFORMATION: 530-898-5152, www.csuchico.edu/soa
For accommodations, please call 530-898-6333.

Return of the Salmon Festival

Where: Coleman National Fish Hatchery 24411 Coleman Fish Hatchery Rd. Anderson, CA 96007

Who: Coleman National Fish Hatchery

Dates: Saturday, October 19, 2019
Time: 9AM-3PM

“SEEING JESUS THROUGH MUSLIM'S EYES” Seminar

Presenter Elder Gerald Babanezhad, Coordinator of Muslim Outreach at the Pacific Union Conference and Board Member of NAD Adventist Muslim Relation, will share the historical setting and perspective of Islam, the role of the Adventist Church in sharing the Three Angel's Message with Muslims. Muslim's understanding of Seventh-Day Adventists, testimonies and much more followed with Q&A time.

Pastor Gerald Babanezhad will also present a Biblical perspective on the Eastern progeny of Abraham and the subsequent developments that lead to the formation of Islam. These presentations will also address the very reason for the creation of Islam. The history of Islam has been inseparable from the unique community of the People Of The Book (the genuine followers and adherers of the Bible) which are identified as todays Seventh day Adventists by many Muslims. Gerald will share the latest events involving A Sure Harvest Ministry to reach many Muslims for the Kingdom of GOD from within Islam and the latest GOD ordained breakthroughs. Time is of an essence, and so it is imperative for Adventists to realize the critical role that they have in reaching this 1.7 billion descendants of Abraham that are otherwise being enamored by the Papacy.

Date: October 19, 2019

Time: 11:00 am, His Other Sheep

2:00 pm, Mini Piano Concert

2:30 pm, Seeing Jesus Through Muslim’s Eyes

Location: Anderson Seventh-day Adventist Church

2769 Balls Ferry Rd, Anderson, CA

Admission: Free

Drive-Thru Flu Clinic – No Cost
Where: Red Bluff Community Center; 1500 S Jackson St., Red Bluff, CA
Who: Tehama County Health Services Agency – Public Health
Dates: Saturday, October 19, 2019
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm

GOTR North State Sneaker Soiree!

Where: Chico Air Museum; 165 Ryan Ave, Chico, CA 95973

Who: Girls on the Run of the North State

Dates: October 26th, 2019
Time: Start time: 6 pm; End time: 9:30 pm
Email: Claire@gotrnorthstate.org
Contact: (530) 636-0786

AMBROSIA, comprised of Joe Puerta, Burleigh Drummond, Chris North, Doug Jackson, Mary Harris, and Ken Stacey will take the stage at the State Theatre on October 26.
In the year 1970, four young musicians from the South Bay of Los Angeles, came together to create a new invigorating style of music. Exploring the possibilities of progressive, classical and world influences yet rooted with the soul of the blues and R&B, Joseph Puerta, Christopher North, David Pack and Burleigh Drummond created a new sound that was defined and recognized as “Ambrosia”.
Originally labeled as America’s answer to the progressive invasion of such English acts as “Yes” and “King Crimson”, the group quickly proved it was all that and much more as it’s albums painted aural landscapes covering the gamut of musical styles and attracting the collaboration of such cultural icons as, Leonard Bernstein, Kurt Vonnegut Jr. and Alan Parsons.
In it’s brief recording history, Ambrosia garnered 5 Grammy Nominations, 5 Hit Singles, Heavy FM Airplay and the admiration and respect of the musical community. All this was in addition to Sold Out concerts around the world.
Ambrosia had five Top 40 hit singles released between 1975 and 1980, including the Top 5 hits "How Much I Feel" and "Biggest Part of Me". Most of the original band members have been active with the group continuously for well over 25 years to the present day.
Today, the band is more alive and compelling than ever. With three of the original members in tact plus the addition of guitar ace Doug Jackson on electric guitar and backing vocals, Mary Harris contributing amazing keyboards and vocals, and the powerful and contemporary lead vocals and acoustic guitar of Ken Stacey…Ambrosia is exploring new musical territory and continuing to wow life-long fans and new converts alike!

Fall Festival November 3, from 1-4:00 pm: The Anderson Seventh-day Adventist Church, 2769 Balls Ferry Rd, Anderson

There will be a bounce house, nachos, cotton candy, popcorn, face painting, prizes,

games for all ages.

All indoors, rain or shine!

Free to all!

Contact Karen at: 530-365-3965 or andsdachurch@gmail.com

Date: Sunday, November 3, 2019

Time: 1-4:00 pm

Location: Anderson Seventh-day Adventist Church

2769 Balls Ferry Rd, Anderson, CA

Admission:Free

United Methodist Women’s Annual Holiday Bazaar
WHEN: November 9, 2019 Time: 8:30am to 2:00pm
WHERE: First United Methodist Church, at the corner of 1825 South Street and East Street, Redding,CA There is parking in rear of the church.
WHAT: Annual cookie walk, antiques and collectables, handmade items such as jewelry, quilted items, baked goods, holiday and garden décor, preserves and fresh produce. Light breakfast and lunch served.
WHY: United Methodist Women raise funds to support women, children and families. We support local organizations such as People of Progress, One Safe Place, and Good News Rescue Mission. We additionally support international missions.
If additional information is needed please feel free to contact me., 2019 Time: 8:30am to 2:00pm
WHERE: First United Methodist Church, at the corner of 1825 South Street and East Street, Redding,CA There is parking in rear of the church.
WHAT: Annual cookie walk, antiques and collectables, handmade items such as jewelry, quilted items, baked goods, holiday and garden décor, preserves and fresh produce. Light breakfast and lunch served.
WHY: United Methodist Women raise funds to support women, children and families. We support local organizations such as People of Progress, One Safe Place, and Good News Rescue Mission. We additionally support international missions.
If additional information is needed please feel free to contact me.

49th AAUW Home Tour & Art Show 2019

Where: Redding, Shasta County –
Enjoy a tour of 3 incredible private homes as well as a show of local artists’ work for sale and refreshments at a new model home in the Nouvant Homes, Inc, in Deer Creek Manor

Who: (AAUW) American Association of University Women

Advancing Equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019

Time: 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

Contact:

www.AAUWRedding.org

NVAL Member Show November 5 – December 21, HOLIDAY SHOW/OPEN THEME

Reception Nov 9, Friday 5-7pm

North Valley Art League’s Carter House Gallery

48 Quartz Hill Rd. Redding 96003

530-243-1023

Gallery Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm

Visit our website: nval.org

Contact: nval@sbcglobal.net

Bench Press- Please be Seated Please and Reflection and Hope. Art Exhibition

Where: 900 Esplanade, Chico California

Who: Museum of Northern California Art

Dates: November 7, through December 29,2019. Opening Reception November 8th, 2019

Time: opening reception 6-8 p.m.

General museum hours: Thurs.-Sun. 11-5pm.

Email: contact@monca.org

Contact: Phone # (530) 891-4304 (OR) www.monca.org

Prayers & Squares 13th Annual Christmas Craft Faire, as well as bake sale,

free raffles and lunch available

Who: Presented by Prayers & Squares (a quilt ministry) of Redding Christian Fellowship,

dozens of vendors of handmade crafts for the whole family

Where: Redding Christian Fellowship, 2157 Victor Avenue, Redding 96002

When: Friday, November 8, from 10-4, and Saturday, November 9, from 9-3

This is a free event, with free hourly drawings and lots of free parking.

Contact: Redding Christian Fellowship, 530-222-3425

Limited Edition Super Hero Sessions

Where: J-Rob Studios Photography

137 Locust St. Redding, CA 96001

Who: J-Rob Studios Photography

Dates: November 9th & 10th

Time: 9:00am-6:00pm

Email:

jrobstudiosphoto@gmail.com

Contact: Phone

www.jrobstudios.com

530-945-3693

Holiday Pop Up Sale
American Legion Family Post 197 ,Redding
Every Saturday ,November 9 thru December 21
9AM til 5 PM
Gifts, handcrafted items, holiday decor, food
At the ShopKo parking lot on Lake Blvd. Redding.
To reserve your vendor space,call 530 2755212 or email Woolberts country@yahoo.com.

“Guys & Dolls” presented by University Preparatory School and UPrep Musical Foundation

Where: David Marr Auditorium, 2200 Eureka Way, Redding, CA 96001

When:November 15, 16, 22, and 23, 2019
Performance Schedule

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00 p.m.

Saturday Matinees at 2:00 p.m.

Buy Tickets: www.uprepmusical.org or at the door

Tickets: $10 for children, students and seniors and $20 for adults.

Festival of Trees 2019
Where: Turtle Bay Museum, 844 Sundial Bridge Drive, Redding, CA 96003
Who: Mercy Foundation North
Dates: November 16, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Community Youth Night
December 15, 2018, at 6:00-7:30 pm
A monthly youth program for children of all ages.
There will be singing, story time, crafts, games and snacks.
It is the 3rd Saturday night of each month.
Invite your friends!
For more information, call 530-365-3965 or email andsdachurch@gmail.com

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