From Big Foot Jamborees to County Fairs, from Art Walks to Dogwood Days, from Cruise Nights to a Paul Bunyan Festival....the Shasta Cascade Trinity region has an event for everyone. Visit the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association for an amazing calendar of events and happenings.
McCloud Bike-Toberfest - The McCloud Chamber of Commerce invites sports enthusiasts of all levels to have a day of fun in historic McCloud. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED! Events include: The Harris Springs and McCloud Dam Ride, 5 and 10 K Runs, Cycle-cross, Bike Rodeo, Bike Parade highlighting vintage bikes and bands, beer, food, and fun downtown.
Red Bluff Round-Up - Round-Up Week festivities are kicked off with the ‘running of the bucking horses’ through town as local rodeo stock provider John Growney and his crew herd over 100 rodeo horses down Main Street… just like they did in the good old days!
Shasta Lake Trout Derby -We in the Lakehead Community of Shasta Lake would like to WELCOME all anglers old and young to our Trout Derby. We hope you will get to know all that this part of Shasta Lake has to offer. We want you to experience what we already know. Lakehead and the Sacramento Arm of Shasta Lake truly are a wonderful place to fish and have a really good time. We wish all of you the best of luck and we hope that the BIG ONE does not get away!
Rails to Trails Festival - Each year in the early Fall, visitors and residents flock to the Susanville Depot, 601 Richmond Road, for the Rails to Trails Festival. This is one of those events that will draw families and enthusiasts year after year so be prepared to get "hooked." Come prepared for weather changes and you will thoroughly enjoy yourselves!! The Rails to Trails Festival is planned in coordination with the Bizz Johnson Marathon.
Shasta Damboree - Our Damboree event takes place the fist Saturday in May every year. We start with a great Pancake Breakfast at our local fire hall followed by a Parade and then we move to the Day at The Park where you will find great food, craft vendors and plenty of entertainment. Bring your chairs and a blanket to lay down and have a picinc on and plan on spending the entire day enjoying our local weather, food, fair vendors and entertainment.
Gold Digger Days – Greenville hosts a local parade, street fair, prospectors, and a chili cook off.
Weed Carnevale! A Celebration of Generations - The Weed Chamber of Commerce presents its Annual Carnevale at Bel Air Park in Weed. Rides, games, family, friends, food… FUN! For tickets, t-shirts and info give us a call at 530-938-4624 or come down to the Visitor’s Cabin under the Arch at 34 Main Street in Weed.
Kool April Nights - Ladies and Gentlemen, start your web browsers Wake up and smell the exhaust fumes! Hear the roar of the hot engines... Gawk at the custom paint.... taste the old-fashioned burgers at that 50's joint out on Highway 273. Great cars, great music, great food...bobby sox and ponytails...bigger and better than ever. At every Kool April Nites week long event you'll find miles of Classic Cars, Show and Shines, Trophies, Food, Music, Dances... and more fun than two teens in a rumble seat at the drive-in.
The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival - This community-wide event with multiple activities celebrates social, economic, and environmental solutions for ourselves and our planet while enhancing the health and livability of our region.
Lassen Dark Sky Festival - Half the park is after dark! From animals to plants and water to volcanoes, Lassen Volcanic National Park protects many different natural phenomena. One of the most spectacular is frequently overlooked -- our incredible, dark, night sky. Lassen Volcanic is one of the best places to learn about and enjoy the splendor of the night sky.
Dunsmuir Railroad Days - Since 1940 Dunsmuir has been celebrating its railroad heritage with Railroad Days, an annual event in June that features vintage and model trains, a parade, live entertainment and kids’ activities.
Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival - Featuring 14 public concerts in venues in and around Trinity County, this festival will showcase 22 professional musicians from around the world performing classical masterpieces from such composers as Mozart, Haydn, Brahms, Dvorak, Mendelssohn, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Barber, and many more. All concerts are free and open to the public.
Tribute to the Trees - The Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens are the location for many concerts and special events. Every year the meadow is the venue for the Tribute to the Trees concert. In September of 1990 at a Community Revitalization meeting, Bill Whitson, director and conductor of the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra and a part-time resident of Dunsmuir, suggested bringing the Orchestra to the City Park for a benefit concert as a way to provide funds for the new Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens project. The first "Tribute to the Trees Concert" was held the next June. The Gardens became a reality after this premiere concert. It was not expected to be an annual event but the young musicians have traveled to Dunsmuir each year since that initial concert in 1991.
Etna Bluegrass Festival - The Scott Valley Bluegrass Festival is like a step back in time to Mayberry RFD. The town of Etna has that kind of charm and hospitality. Make your plans now to attend! You won’t want to miss a minute of the fun or the once in a lifetime opportunity to pick with some of the best musicians, and most friendly folks you will ever meet!
Return of the Salmon - The annual Return of the Salmon Festival has been celebrated at the hatchery since 1991 in an effort to increase outreach and visitor use. During this one day festival the third Saturday in October over 10,000 visitors are attracted to the hatchery. Many other organizations (Federal, State and private exhibitors) participate in this event with a wide array of information pertinent to natural resource issues. Visitors during the festival are treated to viewing large numbers of fall Chinook salmon returning to Battle Creek and the hatchery, and may observe all aspects of day-to-day hatchery operations such as spawning, egg incubation, and juvenile rearing.
McCloud Mushroom Festival - Held every Memorial Day weekend, the mushroom festival celebrates the wild mushroom hunting that occurs every spring in and around McCloud. Event features live music, mushroom vendors, wine tasting, special mushroom delicacies, cooking demonstrations, seminars and educational booths on mushroom harvesting.
Crawdad Festival - The Crawdad Festival originated in the small town of Isleton back in 1986 and was the chief source of funds to run the local Chamber of Commerce by recognizing the fun little guys known locally as “crawdads” and elsewhere throughout the United States by an assortment of names including crawfish, “mud bugs”, crayfish, etc. The festival eventually outgrew the City of Isleton and was purchased by the R Wild Horse Ranch and made a part of the volunteer fire and rescue auxiliary. Both the City of Red Bluff and the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce support this community event. Attendees came from all over the State of California, from Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, Iowa, Washington and even Louisiana and Texas.
Trinity Lake Wine and Jazz Fest - The Trinity Lake communities invite you to an afternoon of wine tasting, art, appetizer cookoff tasting and judging, food, and Jazz by Trinity Lake on Saturday July 20 in Trinity Center, California.