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Explore Summer Camps are open for enrollment.
Enroll your student our exciting week long theme-based summer camps.
$140 per camp *Fee increase of $5/camp after May 31st

VEX Robotics  June 17-21  Butte College 8am-1pm

Technology Exploration June 24-28 Mountain View Educational Center 9am-4pm early drop-off/late pick-up available
Sports and Nutrition  July 8-12
Art Exploration  July 15-19
Challenge Quest July 22-26

Please see Butte County Office of Education website for summer camp descriptions
 

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6/15/2019
-6/19/2019
8:00am to 8:00amstacey malcolm



Theatre on the Ridge Presents:
Summer Theatre Camp
Disney and Cameron Mackintosh :
"MARY POPPINS JR."
Directors: Hannah Lockhart & Nan Miner
at the Theatre on the Ridge
3735 Neal Rd. Paradise, CA 
530-877-5760
Registration : https://files.constantcontact.com/d0fa8637301/dd4addda-0cb8-4b08-b187-663d7e52b7b8.pdf

* Limited Enrollment! A few spots remaining!"
"Don't Wait ~ Register Today!
Ages 7 to 14
Classes: Monday - Thursday
9:00am to noon
June 17 - July 11
(Excluding 4th of July)
3 Performances
July 12 & 13 at 7:00pm
July 14 at 2:00pm
Tuition: $250.00
Registration Deadline: June 1


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6/17/2019
-7/11/2019
9:00am to 12:00pmTheatre on the Ridge



Summer is here and the African American Family & Cultural Center in collaboration with CalKidz is hosting the “Summer Feeding Program” for children of all ages up to 18 years old.

This program offers FREE breakfast and lunch for kids with a new daily activity in between. We are also offering low cost breakfast and lunch for parents. The “Summer Feeding Program” will run Monday through Friday beginning June 17th and goes to August 9th with breakfast at 9:30 am and lunch at Noon. This program is located at the African American Family & Cultural Center at 3300 Spencer Avenue in South Oroville.


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6/17/2019
-8/9/2019
9:30am to 12:00pmTroy McClanahan


Join us for our monthly casual networking event. We will be raffling off a couple of local items. This month, ticket purchase is required as the lunch will be catered by Mission Impossible Catering at the Historic Oroville Inn.

Cost: $14 per person. Covers the cost of lunch. Tickets can be purchased online or at our office and are available until June 18.

Lunch includes:
BBQ Pulled Pork w/ pepper jack cheese or Hot Turkey Sandwich
Coleslaw
Stuffing or Mashed Potatoes
Lemonade and Bottled Water

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6/20/201912:00pm to 1:00pmAmber Marron



Thursday, June 20 | Facebook Live: Robotic Surgery Makes Procedure Possible During
Camp Fire
When the Camp Fire broke out on Nov. 8, it became the busiest day in Enloe’s 105-year history.
Beds quickly filled up as the hospital took in 49 patients evacuated from Adventist Health
Feather River and other evacuees. Non-emergency surgeries had to be delayed to make space for
disaster victims. Luckily, Mark Garrison, D.O., was able to make it possible for a patient in pain
to have her scheduled procedure using Enloe’s da Vinci robot. Learn more when Garrison talks
about that day and shares how robotic-assisted surgery helped his patient. Tune in to Enloe’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/enloe.medical/ on June 20 at noon to view the discussion.
Viewers are encouraged to ask questions in the Comments field during the broadcast.

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6/20/201912:00pm to 2:00pm



Thursday, June 20 | Cancer Discussion Group (Topic: Being a Caregiver)
Supporting a cancer patient through treatment can be challenging. Hear a panel of caregivers
discuss what helped make their experiences better at the next Cancer Discussion Group gathering
on June 20. This group is open to patients and their caregivers at any stage of their cancer
journey. The gathering takes place from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Enloe Conference Center, 1528
Esplanade in Chico. This group meets on the third Thursday of the month. For more information,
call (530) 332-3856.

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6/20/20194:30pm to 6:00pm


Stone Soup Acupuncture Open House
on Thursday June 20th fron 5:00 to 6:30pm 
at 1637 Huntoon St. Oroville CA 95965
Services: acupuncture, massage, herbal medicine consultations.
Refreshments provided.
Lori Tataru L.Ac.
Stonsoupacupuncture,com
(650) 743-7260

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6/20/20195:00pm to 6:30pmLori Tataru



The Theatre On The Ridge Presents:
"PULP"
Performances:
Thur., Fri., and Sat., June 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 starting at 7:30pm until 10:00pm
Sundays June 9, 16 and 23 it starts at 2:00pm until 4:30pm 
at 3735 Neal Rd. Paradise, CA 95969 - PH: 530-519-1768 - theatreridge@gmail.com
Tickets:$12 General & $16 Reserved - Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/
A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere Comedy
by Joseph Zettelmaier
Directed by Jerry Miller

Los Angeles, 1933. Washed-up PI Frank Ellery takes on the strangest case of his life. A hack literary agent has been gruesomely murdered, and the four suspects are the agent’s remaining clients: wildly eccentric writers for different pulp magazines.

Frank dives into the mystery, and his world turns upside down as life begins to imitate literature.

In this genre-bending comedy whodunnit, the plot swings from laughs to chills as science fiction, romance, adventure, and horror collide with one down-on-his-luck gumshoe who’s about to learn what really lurks between the lines.

Jeff Hohimer, Sarah Brown, Eric Ricketts, Tony Varicelli & Christopher Jones star in this comic adventure that jumps from paperback to paperback down the bookshelves as the mystery unfolds.

Bargain Discount Offers
$10 At The Door Only (Subject to availability)
​Thrifty Thursdays (excluding Opening Night)
First Friday & Saturday (Opening Weekend)
Bargain Matinees

Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/

TICKET OUTLETS
Paradise:
Bobbi's Boutique
6264 Skyway
530.876.0877
(Hours: Tues - Sat 10 AM - 4 PM)

Chico:
The Vagabond Rose
236 Main Street, Chico
530.343.1110
(Hours Tues - Sat 10 AM - 5 PM)

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6/20/20197:30pm to 10:00pmTheatre On The Ridge



Oroville Hospital Health Fair 2019
Will be Friday, June 21 from10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Oroville Sports Club • 2600 Oro Dam Bvd. 
* Pulse Checks
* COPD Screening
* Blood Preassure Monitoring
* Oxygen Saturation Tests
* Cholesterol Checks
* Blood Glucose Checks

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6/21/201910:00am to 2:00pmOroville Hospital



The Theatre On The Ridge Presents:
"PULP"
Performances:
Thur., Fri., and Sat., June 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 starting at 7:30pm until 10:00pm
Sundays June 9, 16 and 23 it starts at 2:00pm until 4:30pm 
at 3735 Neal Rd. Paradise, CA 95969 - PH: 530-519-1768 - theatreridge@gmail.com
Tickets:$12 General & $16 Reserved - Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/
A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere Comedy
by Joseph Zettelmaier
Directed by Jerry Miller

Los Angeles, 1933. Washed-up PI Frank Ellery takes on the strangest case of his life. A hack literary agent has been gruesomely murdered, and the four suspects are the agent’s remaining clients: wildly eccentric writers for different pulp magazines.

Frank dives into the mystery, and his world turns upside down as life begins to imitate literature.

In this genre-bending comedy whodunnit, the plot swings from laughs to chills as science fiction, romance, adventure, and horror collide with one down-on-his-luck gumshoe who’s about to learn what really lurks between the lines.

Jeff Hohimer, Sarah Brown, Eric Ricketts, Tony Varicelli & Christopher Jones star in this comic adventure that jumps from paperback to paperback down the bookshelves as the mystery unfolds.

Bargain Discount Offers
$10 At The Door Only (Subject to availability)
​Thrifty Thursdays (excluding Opening Night)
First Friday & Saturday (Opening Weekend)
Bargain Matinees

Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/

TICKET OUTLETS
Paradise:
Bobbi's Boutique
6264 Skyway
530.876.0877
(Hours: Tues - Sat 10 AM - 4 PM)

Chico:
The Vagabond Rose
236 Main Street, Chico
530.343.1110
(Hours Tues - Sat 10 AM - 5 PM)

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6/21/20197:30pm to 10:00pmTheatre On The Ridge


Explore Summer Camps are open for enrollment.
Enroll your student our exciting week long theme-based summer camps.
$140 per camp *Fee increase of $5/camp after May 31st

VEX Robotics  June 17-21  Butte College 8am-1pm

Technology Exploration June 24-28 Mountain View Educational Center 9am-4pm early drop-off/late pick-up available
Sports and Nutrition  July 8-12
Art Exploration  July 15-19
Challenge Quest July 22-26

Please see Butte County Office of Education website for summer camp descriptions
 

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6/22/2019
-6/28/2019
8:00am to 8:00amstacey malcolm



Feather Falls Casino presents:
"PureCombat's WARRIOR SPIRIT"
Shad Smith vs Josh Hinkle
Bill Widler vs DJ Underman
on Saturday, June 22, 2019 
Doors open at 6:00pm and fights starts at 7:00pm
Making a guest apppearance at 5:00pm on event day is, Urijah Faber, he will meet and greet the fans and sign some photographs.
The Main Event is is a Pro Welterweight competition with hometown favorite Josh Hinkle vs Shad Smith. 
Josh Hinkle 12-3, training out Warriors Den and Stand Alone is coming out of retirement to brawl with this is very strong competitorr, 14-23-2 Shad "The American Badass" Smith coming up from Affiliation Tapout in Los Angeles. On Shad's last outing in Oroville, Shad was able to secure a Guillotine against Josh's team mate ans Josh is looking for revenge. Both competitors are strong in both striking ans taking it to the mat making this possibly the fight of the night.
Dot the Co-Main event, Bill Willder vs DJ Linderman. These two wariors have met in the cage before and for Wilder, its redemption time; but he better avoid Lindernan's huge punching power and ability to secure submissions.
Some other great match ups to look for is Brandon Walts vs Peter Scwartz at 135 lbs, Cameron Church ve Shawn Hardwood at 155 lbs, Steven Lively vs Nick Maximov at 185 lbs and Matt McCrary vs Jairo Chavez at light heavy weight.
Also on the card is Desmond Riosm Autum, Norton, Steven Lively, Nick Maximov, Kris Jennings, Cameron Church, Cordero Rios, Charles Hill, Lucas Espinosa, Lake Gee, Anthony Hamilton, Carli Lombardo, Gabrielle Arevalo, Christian-Noah Abuda, Conner Coyne, Garrett Coyne, Nolan Legg and Cameron Sandoval and more,
PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE FEATHER FALLS CASINO BOX OFFICE OR CHARGE BY PHONE AT (530)533-3885 or TOLL_FREE AT 877-652-4666
$45 General Admision - $60 Reserved - $80 Ringside
21 YEARS AND OVER ONLY
Fights Supject to Change Without Notice 
Alan Joslin
Matchnaker / Event Manager
Alley-Cat Productions Inc.
209-605-4062
www.purecombat.net
PURE COMBAT




 

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6/22/20196:00pm to 11:00pmPure Combat - Alan Joslin



The Theatre On The Ridge Presents:
"PULP"
Performances:
Thur., Fri., and Sat., June 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 starting at 7:30pm until 10:00pm
Sundays June 9, 16 and 23 it starts at 2:00pm until 4:30pm 
at 3735 Neal Rd. Paradise, CA 95969 - PH: 530-519-1768 - theatreridge@gmail.com
Tickets:$12 General & $16 Reserved - Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/
A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere Comedy
by Joseph Zettelmaier
Directed by Jerry Miller

Los Angeles, 1933. Washed-up PI Frank Ellery takes on the strangest case of his life. A hack literary agent has been gruesomely murdered, and the four suspects are the agent’s remaining clients: wildly eccentric writers for different pulp magazines.

Frank dives into the mystery, and his world turns upside down as life begins to imitate literature.

In this genre-bending comedy whodunnit, the plot swings from laughs to chills as science fiction, romance, adventure, and horror collide with one down-on-his-luck gumshoe who’s about to learn what really lurks between the lines.

Jeff Hohimer, Sarah Brown, Eric Ricketts, Tony Varicelli & Christopher Jones star in this comic adventure that jumps from paperback to paperback down the bookshelves as the mystery unfolds.

Bargain Discount Offers
$10 At The Door Only (Subject to availability)
​Thrifty Thursdays (excluding Opening Night)
First Friday & Saturday (Opening Weekend)
Bargain Matinees

Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/

TICKET OUTLETS
Paradise:
Bobbi's Boutique
6264 Skyway
530.876.0877
(Hours: Tues - Sat 10 AM - 4 PM)

Chico:
The Vagabond Rose
236 Main Street, Chico
530.343.1110
(Hours Tues - Sat 10 AM - 5 PM)

more info...
6/22/20197:30pm to 10:00pmTheatre On The Ridge



The Theatre On The Ridge Presents:
"PULP"
Performances:
Thur., Fri., and Sat., June 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 starting at 7:30pm until 10:00pm
Sundays June 9, 16 and 23 it starts at 2:00pm until 4:30pm 
at 3735 Neal Rd. Paradise, CA 95969 - PH: 530-519-1768 - theatreridge@gmail.com
Tickets:$12 General & $16 Reserved - Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/
A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere Comedy
by Joseph Zettelmaier
Directed by Jerry Miller

Los Angeles, 1933. Washed-up PI Frank Ellery takes on the strangest case of his life. A hack literary agent has been gruesomely murdered, and the four suspects are the agent’s remaining clients: wildly eccentric writers for different pulp magazines.

Frank dives into the mystery, and his world turns upside down as life begins to imitate literature.

In this genre-bending comedy whodunnit, the plot swings from laughs to chills as science fiction, romance, adventure, and horror collide with one down-on-his-luck gumshoe who’s about to learn what really lurks between the lines.

Jeff Hohimer, Sarah Brown, Eric Ricketts, Tony Varicelli & Christopher Jones star in this comic adventure that jumps from paperback to paperback down the bookshelves as the mystery unfolds.

Bargain Discount Offers
$10 At The Door Only (Subject to availability)
​Thrifty Thursdays (excluding Opening Night)
First Friday & Saturday (Opening Weekend)
Bargain Matinees

Buy tickets on line here: https://www.tix4.centerstageticketing.com/sites/theatreontheridge/

TICKET OUTLETS
Paradise:
Bobbi's Boutique
6264 Skyway
530.876.0877
(Hours: Tues - Sat 10 AM - 4 PM)

Chico:
The Vagabond Rose
236 Main Street, Chico
530.343.1110
(Hours Tues - Sat 10 AM - 5 PM)

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6/23/20192:00pm to 4:30pmTheatre On The Ridge


At Shady Creek Summer Camp, campers will adventure, connect, and cultivate.

Adventure

Explore in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Hands-on camp activities are packed with creative play.
Be curious and brave when trying new things.

Connect

Socialize within camper community.
Discover empathy for Shady Creek’s habitats and wildlife.
Camp activities and events provide learning opportunities as well as fun.

Cultivate

Campers practice independence with time spent away from home.
Empowered by camp community to be advocates and stewards.
Confidence in identity remains long after summer is over.


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6/24/2019
-6/28/2019
 Bethany Thomas



BUtte Creek Country Club annual “Driving FORE! Autism” Charity Golf Tournament is Monday, June 24th this year, from 7:30 am to 5pm and we want to have you out on the golf course. We have laid out this awesome breakdown to answer any questions you might have. If you would like to ask about anything at all, please feel free to give me a call. 530-513-1078

Due to the size of our event last year (208 Golfers!) and having participation at every hole from our vendors (around 40) we have decided to cap the total number of golfers this year so we can provide the best possible experience for our golfers and vendors. With the food, drinks, and participation at every hole, coupled with that high number of people caused challenges for streamlined gameplay last year. We reached our goal of having one of the Largest attended Golf Tournaments in the area, and we are re-focusing on the gameplay. We appreciate everyone that has and will support our tournament. Our commitment to you is to have a one of a kind golf tournament and experience! Please sign up as soon as possible to avoid waiting lists.    

How much has this event raised locally?

• In 2013, we raised $6k

• In 2014, we raised $15k Click here for news story

• In 2015, we raised $17k Click here for news story

• In 2016, we raised $14.3k Click here for news story

• In 2017, we raised $17.5k Click here for news story
  • in 2018 we raised over 17k 

100% of the donations go to the Yellow Door and the Chico State Autism Clinic 

What kind of crowd does this event draw? 
The “Driving FORE Autism” Charity Golf Tournament is Hosted by CRBR, and brings in around 40+ Local vendors, and had 208 golfers the last year. A majority of the Golf Tournament is made up of Business Professionals and Local volunteers. 

What we expect from our sponsors and what to expect from us. 
This event has taken a life of its own. We love our Hole Sponsors to think outside the box. Games, Drinks, Food are all encouraged. You can have non-alcoholic or alcoholic drinks. We would love for you to make some business connections by promoting your business in a fun and personal way. Depending on the sponsor level you can get a hole to decorate any way you want, social media promotion, speak at the awards dinner or even be present at the news coverage of the check presentation. This is a very cost-effective way to promote your business and help the community. 

How can I sign up? Is it tax deductible? 
You can pay with Eventbrite, or Make Checks Payable to CRBR Foundation Send completed registration form and check to: 1200 W. East Avenue Chico, CA 95926. The CRBR Foundation is a component fund managed at North Valley Community Foundation and operates under our 501(c)3 Nonprofit status. Our tax ID # is 68-0161455. 

What other ways can I help besides doing a sponsorship or foursome? 
We are in need of raffle prizes and Live auction items. Any donated gift baskets, Products or coupons are appreciated. We also provide recognition for your donation and it is a great way to promote your brand. 
We also need Food sponsors on the course. If you have a mobile food truck or cart and would like to provide samples potential customers, please let us know. 

Where is it being held at?
Butte Creek Country Club
175 Estates Dr, Chico, CA 95928
Monday, June 24th, 2019

The Cause? 
The mission of The Yellow Door is to give support to individuals with autism and their families while promoting student leadership and involvement in the local community. The name, "The Yellow Door" comes from an individual with autism that many years ago that liked doors. When asked what their favorite color for a door would be if they could pick, they answered: "yellow, because it's like opening a door of sunshine." That positive image is something that The Yellow Door hopes to foster. The mission of the Chico State Autism Clinic is to promote the sensory, motor, communicative, and cognitive skills of individuals with autism through a multi-sensory approach to learning.

How does Autism effect the community? 
• Autism now affects 1 in 68 children
• Boys are four times more likely to have autism than girls
• About 40% of children with autism do not speak. About 25%–30% of children with autism have some words at 12 to 18 months of age and then lose them. Others might speak, but not until later in childhood
• Autism greatly varies from person to person (no two people with autism are alike)
• The rate of autism has steadily grown over the last twenty years
• Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder, yet most underfunded
• A 2008 Danish Study found that the mortality risk among those with autism was nearly twice that of the general population
• Children with autism do progress – early intervention is key
• Autism is treatable, not a hopeless condition

Links:
​ #waterdamagechicoca #firedamagechicoca #restorationservcieschicoca
 #waterdamageorovilleoca #firedamageorovilleoca #restorationservciesorovilleoca

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6/24/20197:30am to 5:00pmDustin Bates



Tuesday, June 25 | Bariatric Buddies (Topic: How to Stay on Track When Traveling)
The summer months can mean vacation fun, but that can pose challenges when it comes to
achieving your weight-loss goals. Learn how to stay on track at the next Bariatric Buddies
gathering on June 25 from 6-7:30 p.m. This group offers information and support for those
considering bariatric surgery or those who have had the procedure. Friends, family and support
persons are welcome. The group meets the last Tuesday of most months at the Enloe Conference
Center, 1528 Esplanade in Chico.

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6/25/20196:00pm to 7:30pm


California Uniform Retail Food Facility Law requires re-certification of competence in Food Safety and Sanitation every 5 years. Passing the ServSafe® exam is necessary to renew your certification. Training includes National Restaurant Association ServSafe® exam, Essentials book, answer sheet and certificate.  The training is recognized by California Health Department and fulfills State certification obligations.  You will learn the importance of food safety practices and how to implement them in your business. The trainer is State certified.  Participants must register and purchase books 3 weeks before class for delivery and self-study.

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6/27/20199:00am to 5:00pmSophie Konuwa


The Oroville Optimist Club meets at the Cornucopia Restaurant, 515 Montgomery, 6 to 7:30 pm. This is a dinner meeting with a guest speaker.  The public is welcome.
.  The Oroville Optimist Club is a volunteer organization committed to serving the youth of our community.
 

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6/27/20196:00pm to 7:30pmLarry Jendro, President


Oroville Community Concert Band (OCCB) and the Oroville Community Chorus (OCC)
will be presenting two concerts for the July 4 th celebration at the historic Oroville State
Theatre 1489 Myers St. The first performance is Wednesday, July 3 rd at 7:30pm. The
second is Thursday, July 4 th at 1:30 pm. Tickets are $10 and are available at Comer’s
Print Shop, Marcozzi Jewelers, Oroville Chamber of Commerce, Carlson Optometry,
Stifel Nicolaus, online at www.occband.org and at the door (if any left). Band Students
are free with the purchase of one adult ticket. Concessions will be provided by the Las
Plumas/Oroville Alliance Band (LPO) and proceeds will go toward their spring
performance at Carnegie Hall. (Yes, the one in New York!)
OCCB’s new director is Michael Walker, also director of LPO. OCC also has a new
director, April Taylor. Both new directors bring their expertise, energy and new music to
the groups.
OCCB’s new songs include Southwest Saga, Autumn on White Lake,
Grandmother’s Song, With Malice Towards None, Suite from Hamilton and a new
version of the Armed Forces Medley. We have a guest vocalist, Bill Petree, for
Embraceable You, and Stars and Stripes Forever is back by popular demand.
OCC’s songs include Spirit of America, Irving Berlin’s American Medley (with songs
like Puttin’ on the Ritz, Always and God Bless America) and Oh Shenandoah. OCC will
also sing with the band on several numbers.
So if you prefer an evening concert, come Wednesday. If you love to start your
celebrations in the afternoon, then come Thursday. Or come both performances. You
might be inclined to grab friends who don’t know how amazing it is to hear a celebratory
concert in a gorgeous, historic, easy-access theatre like Oroville’s own. See you there!

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7/3/20197:30pm to 9:00pm


Oroville Community Concert Band (OCCB) and the Oroville Community Chorus (OCC)
will be presenting two concerts for the July 4 th celebration at the historic Oroville State
Theatre 1489 Myers St. The first performance is Wednesday, July 3 rd at 7:30pm. The
second is Thursday, July 4 th at 1:30 pm. Tickets are $10 and are available at Comer’s
Print Shop, Marcozzi Jewelers, Oroville Chamber of Commerce, Carlson Optometry,
Stifel Nicolaus, online at www.occband.org and at the door (if any left). Band Students
are free with the purchase of one adult ticket. Concessions will be provided by the Las
Plumas/Oroville Alliance Band (LPO) and proceeds will go toward their spring
performance at Carnegie Hall. (Yes, the one in New York!)
OCCB’s new director is Michael Walker, also director of LPO. OCC also has a new
director, April Taylor. Both new directors bring their expertise, energy and new music to
the groups.
OCCB’s new songs include Southwest Saga, Autumn on White Lake,
Grandmother’s Song, With Malice Towards None, Suite from Hamilton and a new
version of the Armed Forces Medley. We have a guest vocalist, Bill Petree, for
Embraceable You, and Stars and Stripes Forever is back by popular demand.
OCC’s songs include Spirit of America, Irving Berlin’s American Medley (with songs
like Puttin’ on the Ritz, Always and God Bless America) and Oh Shenandoah. OCC will
also sing with the band on several numbers.
So if you prefer an evening concert, come Wednesday. If you love to start your
celebrations in the afternoon, then come Thursday. Or come both performances. You
might be inclined to grab friends who don’t know how amazing it is to hear a celebratory
concert in a gorgeous, historic, easy-access theatre like Oroville’s own. See you there!

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7/4/20191:30pm to 3:00pm


THE GREAT AMERICAN ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Thursday July 4th 2:00-4:30 pm
 
The 27th annual Ice Cream Social celebrating the founding of our nation.
Presented by the Women’s Fellowship of The First Congregational Church of Oroville
at 1715 Bird Street (corner of Bird and Oak Streets in Downtown Oroville).
Join your neighbors for an old fashioned celebration of our nation’s founding.
Enjoy Pie, Ice Cream, Lemonade, Ice Tea and Coffee.  $10.00 donation, Children
(under 16) $5.00 donation.
Sit in the air conditioned luxury of the church social hall or enjoy the outdoor setting of the shaded courtyard.  Enjoy a leisurely afternoon socializing with old friends and making new acquaintances.
.
Great Prizes, Raffle Tickets $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 or 15 for $10.00.
Call 533-2483 for more information.
 

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7/4/20192:00pm to 4:30pmSandy Bolt



Join us on the first Sunday of every month for our pancake breakfast fundraiser.
Sunday, July 7th   7:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
$8 for adults, $3 for children under 12.
Pancakes, ham, eggs, juice and coffee.
Visit our gift shop while you're here!

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7/7/20197:30am to 10:30amBob or Sandy


OROVILLE PARKS COMMISSION 
REGULAR MEETING
at Council Chambers, 1735 Montgomery Street Oroville, CA. 95965 
April 09, 2019 
OPEN SESSION 2:30 PM 

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7/9/2019 


This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.

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7/9/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa


Join us as we build camaraderie among the Oroville Chamber Ambassadors. We will use this time to relay information about upcoming Oroville Chamber events and campaigns to our Ambassadors so they can spread the word to their fellow Chamber Members.

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7/9/20193:00pm to 4:00pmAmber Marron, Communications Coordinator for the O



Our monthly second Wednesday BUNCO is only $5. Wednesday, July 10th, 2019. Game starts at 6:00 p.m. Wyandotte Grange 4910 Foothill Blvd. 530-589-5932. Our gift shop will be open. All donations are greatly appreciated. Help us raise enough to finish the roof. Thank you for your support!

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7/10/20196:00pm to 8:30pmSandy and Bob


Join the Lake Oroville Area Garden Club at their monthly meeting held every second Thursday of the month.

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7/11/20199:30am to 10:30amAnn


The Oroville Optimist Club meets at the Cornucopia Restaurant, 515 Montgomery, noon to 1 pm. This is a luncheon meeting. The public is welcome.  The Oroville Optimist Club is a volunteer organization committed to serving the youth of our community.
 

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7/11/201912:00pm to 1:00pmLarry Jendro, President


At Shady Creek Summer Camp, campers will adventure, connect, and cultivate.

Adventure

Explore in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Hands-on camp activities are packed with creative play.
Be curious and brave when trying new things.

Connect

Socialize within camper community.
Discover empathy for Shady Creek’s habitats and wildlife.
Camp activities and events provide learning opportunities as well as fun.

Cultivate

Campers practice independence with time spent away from home.
Empowered by camp community to be advocates and stewards.
Confidence in identity remains long after summer is over.


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7/15/2019
-7/19/2019
 Bethany Thomas


This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.

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7/16/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa


The next AARP Smart Driver Full Course (8 hours) for drivers 50+ will be held on Tuesday July 16th & Wednesday July 17th. at Feather River Recreation and Park District, 1875 Feather River Blvd.  Class schedule is 9am - 1pm both days. Contact FRRPD at 530 533-2011 to register.  Cost is $17 for AARP members and $22 for non-members. 

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7/16/2019
-7/17/2019
9:00am to 1:00pmMachelle Conn


Monthly meetings allow the club members to get together and share what we have collected and made. Various experts from the area also share their knowledge. Meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome!

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Monthly Meetings

  • *****Beginning March 20, 2017 the meetings will change locations to the Palermo Grange.
  • When: 6:30 p.m. every 3rd Tuesday of the Month (except September is the 2nd Tuesday so it is prior to the show)
  • Where: Palermo Grange #493, 7600 Irwin Avenue, Oroville, CA
  • PLEASE leave the area in front of doorway for members with disabilities. 
  • Bring money for the raffle--always good rocks and jewelry in the raffle!! Proceeds benefit the club.
  • Topics in the past have included: geology, suiseki, gold panning, flint knapping, fossils, wire wrapping, jade, opals, and much more!

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7/16/20196:30pm to 8:30pmVe Ann Toreson


This workshop will take you through a step-by-step process on how to turn your hobby into a business. You will: learn what it takes to start & run your business- how to make money doing what you enjoy; brainstorm opportunities to generate enough income to make it worth your time; complete list of items needed to start your business; understand legal requirements i.e., license, permits; grasp how to develop a basic business plan for success; determine the amount of money you need to start & sustain your business until it is profitable; calculate how much profit you need to make in order to maintain your standard of living; discover how to manage the financial side of your business - including bookkeeping and budgeting; understand that you are the boss and not an employee and what that comes with; and implement time management practices.
 

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7/18/20199:00am to 11:00amSophie Konuwa




Oroville Aerie #196, Fraternal Order of Eagles, is having their Country Breakfast & Bake Sale.

We are serving 2 eggs how you like 'em, hash browns, biscuits & sausage gravy, your choice of ham, bacon, or sausage, juice and coffee. All for a donation of $7.00.

Location: Eagles Main Hall, 2010 Montgomery Street in beautiful downtown Oroville (on the corner of Myers and Montgomery Streets), next to the Municipal Auditorium.

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7/21/20197:30am to 9:30amOroville Aerie FOE 196


This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.

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7/23/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa


The Oroville Optimist Club meets at the Cornucopia Restaurant, 515 Montgomery, 6 to 7:30 pm. This is a dinner meeting with a guest speaker.  The public is welcome.
.  The Oroville Optimist Club is a volunteer organization committed to serving the youth of our community.
 

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7/25/20196:00pm to 7:30pmLarry Jendro, President


At Shady Creek Summer Camp, campers will adventure, connect, and cultivate.

Adventure

Explore in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Hands-on camp activities are packed with creative play.
Be curious and brave when trying new things.

Connect

Socialize within camper community.
Discover empathy for Shady Creek’s habitats and wildlife.
Camp activities and events provide learning opportunities as well as fun.

Cultivate

Campers practice independence with time spent away from home.
Empowered by camp community to be advocates and stewards.
Confidence in identity remains long after summer is over.


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7/30/2019
-8/3/2019
 Bethany Thomas


This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.

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7/30/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa


This is a 1-hour free seminar to review the features of both QuickBooks Online (QBO) and QuickBooks Desktop (QBD). We will review the 2019 QuickBooks Desktop version and the QuickBooks Online version during our session and focus on Intuit’s comparative online tools with open discussion. The 2019 QuickBooks Desktop version will be demonstrated live; as well as the QuickBooks Online “test drive” using Chrome.  There will be plenty of time for questions and answers.  Accurate bookkeeping is critical for successfully managing your business; therefore, taking the time to select the correct accounting program is key for your business financial management success.  This free seminar is being offered to provide you with an overview of each QuickBooks bookkeeping program in order to become better informed with selecting the best bookkeeping program for your business. 
 

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8/1/20199:00am to 10:00amSophie Konuwa



Join us on the first Sunday of every month for our pancake breakfast fundraiser.
Sunday, August 4th   7:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
$8 for adults, $3 for children under 12.
Pancakes, ham, eggs, juice and coffee.
Visit our gift shop while you're here!

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8/4/20197:30am to 10:30amBob or Sandy


At Shady Creek Summer Camp, campers will adventure, connect, and cultivate.

Adventure

Explore in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Hands-on camp activities are packed with creative play.
Be curious and brave when trying new things.

Connect

Socialize within camper community.
Discover empathy for Shady Creek’s habitats and wildlife.
Camp activities and events provide learning opportunities as well as fun.

Cultivate

Campers practice independence with time spent away from home.
Empowered by camp community to be advocates and stewards.
Confidence in identity remains long after summer is over.


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8/5/2019
-8/9/2019
 Bethany Thomas


Workshop includes discussion of: State & Federal labor laws & regulations regarding employees & the necessary record keeping needed to comply with these requirements; summary of independent contractors vs. employees requirements; focus on what employers are required to provide new employees; what should be kept in employees’ files and specifics regarding legal tax forms, overtime, and work-weeks. Examples of processing payroll functions will be demonstrated with the use of QuickBooks Desktop (QBD) and QuickBooks Online (QBO), including discussion of e-filing both payroll taxes and forms right out of QuickBooks. Quick Books “How to” payroll manual and handout on the payroll function will be distributed. Trainer is a CPA & QuickBooks ProAdvisor.

 

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8/6/20199:00am to 12:30pmSophie Konuwa


This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.


 

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8/7/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa


This is a 4-weeks series designed to teach you how to utilize your financial statements to better manage & understand your business operations, cash flow and profitability. The Series include: interpreting financial statements; Identifying your cash flow cycle & how it impacts your business; Learning how to calculate & use financial ratios to troubleshoot fiscal dangers & improve performance; How to think critically when looking at pricing & costs; and Developing forecast & budget techniques to improve profits. Class kept small for hands-on learning.



 

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8/8/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa


Join the Lake Oroville Area Garden Club at their monthly meeting held every second Thursday of the month.

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8/8/20199:30am to 10:30amAnn


The Oroville Optimist Club meets at the Cornucopia Restaurant, 515 Montgomery, noon to 1 pm. This is a luncheon meeting. The public is welcome.  The Oroville Optimist Club is a volunteer organization committed to serving the youth of our community.
 

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8/8/201912:00pm to 1:00pmLarry Jendro, President


Steve & Patti Bell perform at Esther Bricques Winery

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8/8/20196:30pm to 9:00pmEsther Bricques Winery


This 3-part QuickBooks Desktop (QBD) series begins with how QuickBooks works, get-ting around, learning common accounting terms used by QuickBooks, creating new company file, setting preferences, entering new customers, vendors, accounts, and items, backing up data, basic accounting, reviewing the basic Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss, and Cash Flow reports. You will learn about working with bank accounts (and how to handle PayPal and Square), reconciling accounts, using other account types (credit cards, loans and fixed assets), entering sales information, receiving payments and making deposits, generating customer statements, entering and paying bills, down-loading bank and credit card activities, issuing 1099s, and memorizing transactions. Later series covers, running related financial reports, analyzing financial data, setting up inventory, tracking, and paying sales tax, tracking time, customizing forms and letters, and overview of more advanced features (i.e., syncing contacts, sharing file electronically with your accountant, exporting to Excel, using the Doc Center, entering budgets, and getting technical suggestions when problems exist).  The trainer is a CPA, and QuickBooks ProAdvisor.  Training includes QuickBooks manual.




 

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8/13/20198:30am to 11:00amSophie Konuwa


Join us as we build camaraderie among the Oroville Chamber Ambassadors. We will use this time to relay information about upcoming Oroville Chamber events and campaigns to our Ambassadors so they can spread the word to their fellow Chamber Members.

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8/13/20193:00pm to 4:00pmAmber Marron, Communications Coordinator for the O


This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.


 

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8/14/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa



Our monthly second Wednesday BUNCO is only $5. Wednesday, August 14th, 2019.
Game starts at 6:00 p.m. Wyandotte Grange 4910 Foothill Blvd. 530-589-5932.
Our gift shop will be open. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Help us raise enough to finish the roof. Thank you for your support!

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8/14/20196:00pm to 8:30pmSandy and Bob


This is a 4-weeks series designed to teach you how to utilize your financial statements to better manage & understand your business operations, cash flow and profitability. The Series include: interpreting financial statements; Identifying your cash flow cycle & how it impacts your business; Learning how to calculate & use financial ratios to troubleshoot fiscal dangers & improve performance; How to think critically when looking at pricing & costs; and Developing forecast & budget techniques to improve profits. Class kept small for hands-on learning.



 

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8/15/20198:30am to 10:30amSophie Konuwa




Oroville Aerie #196, Fraternal Order of Eagles, is having their Country Breakfast & Bake Sale.

We are serving 2 eggs how you like 'em, hash browns, biscuits & sausage gravy, your choice of ham, bacon, or sausage, juice and coffee. All for a donation of $7.00.

Location: Eagles Main Hall, 2010 Montgomery Street in beautiful downtown Oroville (on the corner of Myers and Montgomery Streets), next to the Municipal Auditorium.

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8/18/20197:30am to 9:30amOroville Aerie FOE 196


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