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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.
 
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
Trapeze Acrobats
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Clay Vorhes
April 4 – May 25, 2019
Chico, CA – Clay Vorhes creates paintings that skirt the line between representation and abstraction. When seen from afar, these arresting images seem like nonobjective compositions. As one moves close, it soon becomes clear that these paintings are populated by small figures that hang, leap and suspend precariously from the linear frame. These people are performers-acrobats, divers, gymnasts and dancers.
In visual terms, these figures provide accents that offer relief from the stark scaffold of lines. They punctuate the compositions, creating a cadence of organic points and counter-points. In human terms, these figures function as ready access points to the paintings, making inert geometry seem vital and alive. We identify with these diminutive figures. They draw us into the work, pulling us into the narrative by allowing us to marvel at their feats of daring. The French novelist and critic Michel Butor once spoke of the need for artists to populate painting. Vorhes does this literally by turning abstraction into a world full of people who lead lives of precarious balance-just like us.
Who: The Museum of Northern California Art (monca), 900 Esplanade, Chico, CA
What: Trapeze Acrobats By Clay Vorhes
When: Thursday – Sunday, April 4 – May 25, 11am – 5pm
Admission: Adults $5, Students and Children Free
79th Happy Valley Strawberry Festival
Sat/Sun May 25th and 26th, 2019

Location: West Valley High School. Located at the corner of Happy Valley Rd and Gas Point Rd.
Come enjoy
Generous servings of Sweet Fresh Strawberries, Ice Cream and Shortcake for only $8
Free Admission and Free Parking, Arts and Crafts booths
Pie-eating contests, Delicious Foods and Refreshing Drinks
Entertainment across 3 stages, Roving Magician, Gunnysack Races, Pony Rides, Antique Tractors
4-H Swine Club Pancake Breakfast at 7 am. and more.
Map It Out

May 30 – July 28, 2019

Chico, CA - Join us for a new exhibition featuring artworks mapping our internal and external spaces.

Map It Out is an exhibition of Northern California artists presenting works invented and inspired by the theme of maps. Thirty artists will be showcased in this exhibition juried by the monca Exhibition Committee. Selected works will represent the Chico Area, the Bay Area, and Northern California.

Who: The Museum of Northern California Art (monca), 900 Esplanade, Chico

What: Map It Out

When: Thursday – Sunday, May 30 – July 28, 11am – 5pm
Admission: Adults $5, Students and Children Free


Opening Event: Thursday, May 30th, 6 to 8 pm.
No Host Bar. Free admission.
Old Fashion Fish Fry (Dine in, take out, or delivery)
Who: South Oroville African American Historical Society
Where: VFW Hall. 1901 Elgin St., Oroville
When: Friday May 31 from 12:00 – 6:00 pm
Why: Fundraiser for Society Building Fund
Contact: 530-533-7388

About the society:
The mission of the South Oroville African American Historical Society (a non-profit organization) is to promote awareness and understanding of the historical presence and accomplishments of African Americans in the City of Oroville and surrounding areas, particularly the Southside community, through research, preservation, and community presentations.

http://www.soaahs.org/
The Olive & The Thistle Vintage Sale
Where: 22731 Viola Ave, Corning, California, Tehama County
Who: Spring Severson
Dates: Saturday, June 1, 2019
Time: 9AM – 4PM
Email: oliveviewfarm@gmail.com
Contact: 530-209-4383 https://www.theoliveandthethistle.com/
Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve Butterfly Count
When: Monday, June 3, 8:30 AM-4PM
Where: Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve (BCCER) 3521 14 Mile House Road, Forest Ranch
Cost: There is a $3 NABA participation fee. Register with Jon Aull at jaull@csuchico.edu

Join us for the North American Butterfly Association (NABA)’s Butterfly Count, a citizen science event that celebrates the butterfly diversity of the continent. Participants will gather local data by counting the number of butterflies and species within the count circle, centered on the Reserve. These data become part of a database that allows scientists to answer important questions about butterfly populations and biology in North America. Spend a day with the experts, learn about the butterflies and contribute to science at the beautiful BCCER. Some moderately strenuous walking may be involved.

Wear/Bring: Everyone should wear sturdy hiking shoes with lugged soles, long-pants, bring food and water, and consider mosquito repellent, a hat, and sun-screen. Poison oak is ubiquitous on the BCCER. A butterfly guide (the laminated fold out pocket guide Butterflies of Northern and Central California by Jim Brock is great for this area) and binoculars will be helpful.

For more information about the Reserve, visit us on our website at www.csuchico.edu/bccer/.
Our butterfly list is at: https://www.csuchico.edu/bccer/_assets/documents/butterflies-hyperlinked-11.2018.pdf
Wild and Scenic Film Festival - On Tour in Redding
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to Redding, California to kick off the summer season! Join the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival, Shasta Living Streets, Miracle Mile Records, the Redding Parks and Trails Foundation, and KIXE when they host the Wild and Scenic Film Festival On Tour at the California Street Labs 1313 California Street on Saturday June 8th from 7:30pm to 10pm

The Redding On Tour - Wild and Scenic Film Festival offers a collection of 12 inspiring films from the annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival held the third week of January in Nevada City, CA which is now in its 17th year! The home Film Festival was started by the watershed advocacy group, the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) in 2003. The festival’s namesake is in celebration of SYRCL’s landmark victory to receive “Wild & Scenic” status for 39 miles of the South Yuba River in 1999. The 5-day event features over 150 award-winning films which speak to the environmental concerns and celebrations of our planet and welcomes over 100 guest speakers, celebrities, and activists who bring a human face to the environmental movement. The home January event kicks-off the international tour to communities around the globe including Redding allowing SYRCL to share their success as an environmental group with other organizations. In recent years, the festival and its On Tour Program has grown to more than 230 events, supporting organizations and their local community causes through outreach, fundraising, and education.

WHEN: Saturday June 8, 2019 Doors open at 7:30pm with music performed by Sara Hoxie and Jonathan Foster, local artists from Miracle Mile Records. The Film Festival will begin at 8:10pm. There will also be tabling by the national partners, sponsors, and several local groups.

WHERE: California Street Labs 1313 California Street Redding 96001

COST: FREE Admission Snacks and cold drinks available to purchase. Feel free to bring in dinner from one of our local downtown restaurants to enjoy while you are watching!

NATIONAL PARTNERS: Peak Design, CLIF Bar, EarthJustice, Klean Kanteen, and Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

REDDING”S ON TOUR WILD AND SCENIC SPONSORS: Whole Earth and Watershed Festival, Shasta Living Streets, Miracle Mile Records, Redding Parks and Trails Foundation, and KIXE.


More information: wholeearthandwatershedfestival.org or shastalivingstreets.org
Alexx Finding Home
Family, Determination, and Unity
A Fundraiser for the Camp Fire

Chico, CA – A film about twenty-seven year old Alexx Collins who fears delivering her first child on the street. Homeless since 14, the responsibilities and challenges to get home seem insurmountable for a woman without a job, bank account or identification. Alexx Finding Home captures the unsheltered circumstance, the primal instinct to protect family, and the determination to achieve one's goal, at any cost. With an extraordinary capacity to love and a community uniting to help, Alexx’s journey home shares the power of determined individuals once connected.

About the author. Ched Lohr. Director/Producer/Writer. Ched Lohr is a director and writer who connects with individuals across the globe and within his hometown, Chico, to learn about cultural trends and promote understanding. Alexx Finding Home is his first feature documentary. Lohr balances connecting with others artistically with his career in medicine; he is an interventional radiologist in northern California.

Panel discussion: Immediately following the showing of the film is a panel discussion. Panelists include Alexx Collins, Ched Lohr, Siana Sonoquie, her social worker, and Jim, a firefighter.

Event Details:

When: Saturday, June 8. Doors open at 7pm, Film starts at 7:30pm, Panel Discussion immediately following film, approximately 8:30pm

Where: monca, The Museum of Northern California Art, 900 Esplanade, Chico

Admission: $5 No Host Bar
Mt Shasta Headwaters Art & Craft Event
June 8-9 at beautiful Mt Shasta City Park
1315 Nixon Road Mt Shasta, CA
Saturday 9-5 & Sunday 9-4 free admission.

Featuring art & craft booths, food, music, wine, and interactive children’s art booth.

Sponsored by Siskiyou County Arts Council and Mt Shasta Recreation And Parks District.
A Professional Artists Co-op Event.
June 15, 2019
Time: 8:30 registration/ 10am start
Online: Pre-register at www.sundialsplash.com
Where: Turtle Bay Boat Launch
What: Community Float fundraiser
Why: Raise funds for Youth Focused activities in the Shasta County area
Who: Enterprise Lions Club and Redding Recreation

Website: http://www.sundialsplash.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SundialSplash/
Eventbrite Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sundial-splash-2019-tickets-58503984994

“Guided Meditation to Meet Your Heart Angel” By Margaret VanLaanMartin

WHO: Nor Cal Dowsers
WHERE: Shasta County Library, Community Rm., Parkview Ave., CA 96001
WHEN: Sat., June 15th at 1pm
CONTACT: www.norcaldowsers.com
All-Member Show “BIG” July 2-27
Reception July 12, 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