Calendar of Events - Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce
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Lunch Mob - Historic Oroville Inn
06/20/19
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Events in the month of January 2019
DateEvent
01/01/19
7th Annual Polar Bear Swim


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01/01/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

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01/02/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/02/19
Pre-School Storytime


Songs, stories, and play for ages 3-5. 1st Wednesday of the month features a visit from the Toy Van-- borrow toys for FREE for one month!

more info...
01/02/19
Reading Hero


Trained volunteers bring stories alive for children at the Oroville Branch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3-4pm

more info...
01/02/19
Chess Club


Join us for chess at the Oroville Branch every Wednesday evening from 3-5pm! Cloth boards and chess sets are available from the front desk upon request.

more info...
01/04/19
Babies Love Books


Babies and families connect through rhymes, songs, and books during a program created especially for them! No sign-ups necessary.

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01/05/19
LEGO Club


Fun for the whole family, all day, every Saturday.

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01/06/19
Harbor Health in Yankee Hill

HEART HEALTH IN YANKEE HILL
 
    Barbara O’Neill’s fascinating FREE “Heart Health” presentation will be featured Sunday, January 6 starting at 3:30 pm at 3861 Detlow Rd in Yankee Hill.  O’Neill brings scientific research to a practical, simple level that is within the reach of all.  Food samples & recipes will also be provided.
    O’Neill is a gifted speaker on natural self-healing with an international impact through her live lectures and television appearances.  Her “Heart Health” message is especially timely as the Yankee Hill & Concow residents cope with their losses in the recent fire.  
    The Golden Feather Seventh-day Adventist Church is hosting this FREE video presentation as it restarts the popular “Help Yourself to Health” series that the community enjoyed in the past.  The public is cordially invited.  Call 524-1541 for further information
 
 

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01/08/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
This 4-part training series provides essential information to individuals thinking about starting a new business, and new business owners (in business one year or less). Topics include: Legal Requirements, e-filing/e-paying with Employment Development Department, Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Business, and Overview of the Business Plan - bringing it all together. You will learn legal requirements for starting your business; how to: assess your market, plan for direction, obtain funding, and types of funding available, calculate start-up costs, and complete your business plan.

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01/08/19
Lake Oroville Visitor Center Home School Program


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01/08/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

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01/09/19
How to Rebuild Your Business After the Camp Fire Disaster - 4 Weeks Series

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
With upswings in disasters like the Paradise Camp Fire, business continuity plan is key. This 4-weeks 2 hours per week series will help you decide how to move forward with rebuilding your business successfully. Topics include: reviewing legal requirements i.e., license, fictitious name statement, seller’s permit; business valuation, relocation and restart; identifying your business model; opportunities to reinvent your business; maintaining your customers and identifying new markets and customers; steps for putting together your recovery plan; access to grants and loans; identifying and addressing financial obligations; and resources in your community. This training will help you complete a workable plan that can easily be followed and visited regularly to ensure direction; and guide you through the completion of a plan to address your business disruption for rebuilding immediately, and accessing capital if needed.

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01/09/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/09/19
Pre-School Storytime


Songs, stories, and play for ages 3-5. 1st Wednesday of the month features a visit from the Toy Van-- borrow toys for FREE for one month!

more info...
01/09/19
Reading Hero


Trained volunteers bring stories alive for children at the Oroville Branch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3-4pm

more info...
01/09/19
Chess Club


Join us for chess at the Oroville Branch every Wednesday evening from 3-5pm! Cloth boards and chess sets are available from the front desk upon request.

more info...
01/09/19
Ambassador Meeting

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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01/10/19
"What's Your Treasure?" Free Pop-Up Evaluation Day


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01/10/19
Lake Oroville Area Garden Club Monthly Meeting

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

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01/10/19
Ideas to Assets - A Practical Guide to Patents, Copyrights & Trademarks

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
This workshop will introduce you to legal principles  and considerations likely to be encountered while converting your ideas to assets; requirements and procedures associated with protecting an invention (patent); and a brand (trademark) and transfer-ring intellectual property rights (either acquiring or conveying ownership or use rights by assignment or license), or dealings with others, such as manufacturers and distributors. Time permitting, enforcing (or defending against) claims of possible infringement will be discussed. This class does not constitute legal advice.

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01/11/19
Babies Love Books


Babies and families connect through rhymes, songs, and books during a program created especially for them! No sign-ups necessary.

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01/12/19
Lake Oroville Saturday Morning Nature Walks


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01/12/19
LEGO Club


Fun for the whole family, all day, every Saturday.

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01/12/19
Oroville Botanic Garden & Education Center Presents: Conifers

Join OBGEC's own Robert DeSotle as he educates on the basics of California's favorite type of tree: Conifers! The class will include their natural history as well as their evolution into our winter traditions.

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01/15/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
This 4-part training series provides essential information to individuals thinking about starting a new business, and new business owners (in business one year or less). Topics include: Legal Requirements, e-filing/e-paying with Employment Development Department, Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Business, and Overview of the Business Plan - bringing it all together. You will learn legal requirements for starting your business; how to: assess your market, plan for direction, obtain funding, and types of funding available, calculate start-up costs, and complete your business plan.

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01/15/19
Lake Oroville Visitor Center Home School Program


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01/15/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/16/19
How to Rebuild Your Business After the Camp Fire Disaster - 4 Weeks Series

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
With upswings in disasters like the Paradise Camp Fire, business continuity plan is key. This 4-weeks 2 hours per week series will help you decide how to move forward with rebuilding your business successfully. Topics include: reviewing legal requirements i.e., license, fictitious name statement, seller’s permit; business valuation, relocation and restart; identifying your business model; opportunities to reinvent your business; maintaining your customers and identifying new markets and customers; steps for putting together your recovery plan; access to grants and loans; identifying and addressing financial obligations; and resources in your community. This training will help you complete a workable plan that can easily be followed and visited regularly to ensure direction; and guide you through the completion of a plan to address your business disruption for rebuilding immediately, and accessing capital if needed.

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01/16/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/16/19
Pre-School Storytime


Songs, stories, and play for ages 3-5. 1st Wednesday of the month features a visit from the Toy Van-- borrow toys for FREE for one month!

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01/16/19
Blood Drive

Give blood, save a life at Enloe’s Blood Drive on Jan.16, from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Be sure to bring a photo ID, drink fluids and eat a meal within four hours before giving blood. Donors must be 17 to adult (16 with signed parental consent form), at least 110 pounds and generally healthy. They will be taking appointments every 15 minutes at the Enloe Conference Center, 1528 Esplanade, room 101. For more information, please call Margie Rackley at (530) 332-6444.

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01/16/19
Reading Hero


Trained volunteers bring stories alive for children at the Oroville Branch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3-4pm

more info...
01/16/19
Chess Club


Join us for chess at the Oroville Branch every Wednesday evening from 3-5pm! Cloth boards and chess sets are available from the front desk upon request.

more info...
01/17/19
Pre-Diabetes Class

Are you one of the estimated 43 percent of Butte County adults living with pre-diabetes? You may be and not know it, putting yourself at risk for heart disease, stroke, and other chronic illnesses. Take control of your health! Learn about pre-diabetes, diabetes risk factors, how to manage your diabetes if you have already been diagnosed and more at our next Pre-Diabetes Class. It takes place at the Enloe Conference Center, 1528 Esplanade, room 101. Register at www.enloe.org/events$10 per person.

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01/17/19
Oroville Piecemakers Quilt Guild Monthly Meeting

The Oroville Piecemakers Quilt Guild will hold our first meeting of 2019 on Thursday, January 17th, at the Palermo Grange (7600 Irwin Ave) and welcomes anyone interested in the art of quiltmaking to join us.  Our speaker is Jennifer Rapacki, who hails from Denver CO (www.jenniferrapacki.com).  Her talk is titled "Creativity Unleashed: Modern Technology for Quilters" in which she discusses the intriguing intersection of traditional quilting techniques and technology-driven designs. Come start the new year with some quilting inspiration!  Doors open at 9am for pre-meeting activities and socializing; the meeting starts at 10am.

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01/18/19
Babies Love Books


Babies and families connect through rhymes, songs, and books during a program created especially for them! No sign-ups necessary.

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01/18/19
 -01/27/19
Butte County Restaurant Week

Explore Butte County is excited to announce Butte County’s inaugural Restaurant Week, January 18-27, 2019!
Butte County exemplifies how seemingly contrasting characteristics come together perfectly. From the rural to the urban, farm to city, and valley to mountains, Butte County comes together to create a truly special experience for visitors and locals alike. We believe the story of our area can be told through food.
That’s why we’re excited to announce this year’s theme of PERFECT PAIRINGS. Enjoy specially created pairings at 12 restaurants across the county and taste the best food the region has to offer!

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01/18/19
 -01/19/19
Northern California Ballet with Paradise Symphony Petite Orchestra presents

The Nutcracker

Out of the Ashes comes the Northern California Ballet to perform The Nutcracker with the Paradise Symphony Petite Orchestra (conducted by Dr. Lloyd Roby) performing the music of Tchaikowsky. Choral ensemble under the direction of Sam Gronseth. Artistic Director: Trudi Angel.

Previously purchased tickets for December performances are still valid.

Four performances:
Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 – 7:15 PM
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 – 2:15 PM
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 – 7:15 PM
Sunday, Jan 20, 2019 – 3:15 PM

Admission:
Reserved (all ages): $25
General Adults: $20
General Seniors (65 and over) and Children under 16: $18

Tickets available at Bamford Family Farms or by calling (530) 370-0703.


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01/19/19
Lake Oroville Saturday Morning Nature Walks


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01/19/19
LEGO Club


Fun for the whole family, all day, every Saturday.

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01/19/19
Northern California Ballet with Paradise Symphony Petite Orchestra presents "The Nutcracker"

The Nutcracker

Out of the Ashes comes the Northern California Ballet to perform The Nutcracker with the Paradise Symphony Petite Orchestra (conducted by Dr. Lloyd Roby) performing the music of Tchaikowsky. Choral ensemble under the direction of Sam Gronseth. Artistic Director: Trudi Angel.

Previously purchased tickets for December performances are still valid.

Four performances:
Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 – 7:15 PM
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 – 2:15 PM
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 – 7:15 PM
Sunday, Jan 20, 2019 – 3:15 PM

Admission:
Reserved (all ages): $25
General Adults: $20
General Seniors (65 and over) and Children under 16: $18


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01/19/19
Who's Live Anyway?

America's favorite improv comedy group is back at Gold Country Casino Resort on January 19th, 2019! You've seen them for years on TV and now's your chance to see their hilarious antics LIVE!

Featuring funny men: Joel Murray, Jeff Davis, Ryan Stiles, and Greg Proops
With musical directions from Bob Derkach

Doors open at 7PM
Show starts at 8PM

*ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL*
*MUST BE 21 OR OLDER TO ATTEND*


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01/20/19
Northern California Ballet with Paradise Symphony Petite Orchestra presents "The Nutcracker"

The Nutcracker

Out of the Ashes comes the Northern California Ballet to perform The Nutcracker with the Paradise Symphony Petite Orchestra (conducted by Dr. Lloyd Roby) performing the music of Tchaikowsky. Choral ensemble under the direction of Sam Gronseth. Artistic Director: Trudi Angel.

Previously purchased tickets for December performances are still valid.

Four performances:
Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 – 7:15 PM
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 – 2:15 PM
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 – 7:15 PM
Sunday, Jan 20, 2019 – 3:15 PM

Admission:
Reserved (all ages): $25
General Adults: $20
General Seniors (65 and over) and Children under 16: $18


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01/21/19
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast & Scholarship Annual Program Event

Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BREAKFAST & SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

January 21, 2019, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Oroville, CA ̶ Annually, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Steering Committee hosts a Pancake Breakfast & Scholarship Awards event on Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. This year the event will be held on January 21, 2019 at the Southside Oroville Community Center located at 2959 Lower Wyandotte Rd.

This event begins with a Pancake Breakfast starting at 8am-10am followed by a Program inclusive of a keynote speaker, a reading of the “I Have a Dream” speech, singing and praise dance selections from local churches, raffle items giveaway and a Multi-Cultural Scholarship Awards presentation.

This year’s keynote speaker will be Brandy Thomas, Butte College Counselor and Black Student Union Co-Advisor. The program’s theme will be “Building Bridges of Unity in the Community: Today and Tomorrow.”

This year, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Steering Committee will award six local senior high school students college bound, scholarship funding. This event and scholarship funding would not have been made possible without the generous donations from local business sponsors and community donations.

Kevin Garibaldi, a Chico based Chef and student crew will prepare and serve breakfast at 8am. The Program will start at 10 a.m. Tickets for the breakfast are $5 each at the door. This year’s big ticket raffle item is a 50 inch color T.V. For more information call Pastor David Goodson @ (530) 828-9759.

 

 


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01/22/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
This 4-part training series provides essential information to individuals thinking about starting a new business, and new business owners (in business one year or less). Topics include: Legal Requirements, e-filing/e-paying with Employment Development Department, Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Business, and Overview of the Business Plan - bringing it all together. You will learn legal requirements for starting your business; how to: assess your market, plan for direction, obtain funding, and types of funding available, calculate start-up costs, and complete your business plan.

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01/22/19
Lake Oroville Visitor Center Home School Program


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01/22/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/23/19
How to Rebuild Your Business After the Camp Fire Disaster - 4 Weeks Series

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
With upswings in disasters like the Paradise Camp Fire, business continuity plan is key. This 4-weeks 2 hours per week series will help you decide how to move forward with rebuilding your business successfully. Topics include: reviewing legal requirements i.e., license, fictitious name statement, seller’s permit; business valuation, relocation and restart; identifying your business model; opportunities to reinvent your business; maintaining your customers and identifying new markets and customers; steps for putting together your recovery plan; access to grants and loans; identifying and addressing financial obligations; and resources in your community. This training will help you complete a workable plan that can easily be followed and visited regularly to ensure direction; and guide you through the completion of a plan to address your business disruption for rebuilding immediately, and accessing capital if needed.

more info...
01/23/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/23/19
Pre-School Storytime


Songs, stories, and play for ages 3-5. 1st Wednesday of the month features a visit from the Toy Van-- borrow toys for FREE for one month!

more info...
01/23/19
Reading Hero


Trained volunteers bring stories alive for children at the Oroville Branch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3-4pm

more info...
01/23/19
Chess Club


Join us for chess at the Oroville Branch every Wednesday evening from 3-5pm! Cloth boards and chess sets are available from the front desk upon request.

more info...
01/23/19
Wednesday Live Jam and Potluck

Every Wednesday evening Purple Line Urban Winery celebrates with Live Jam by "The Crawlers" and Potluck dinner
~Bring a dish to share~ Main course to be announced on FB each week. It is a great evening to relax, have some dinner and meet new friends....Bocce courts and corn hole too. When the weather is nice we are on the patio....if not we are in the tasting room and barrel room.

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01/24/19
Lunch Mob

Join us for the first Lunch Mob of the New Year! This month we will be meeting at Papacito's Mexican Grill & Cantina. Use this opportunity to meet new people and create new business connections.

Attendance is free, just purchase your own lunch.

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01/24/19
Ace Frehley at Feather Falls Casino

Considered by those in the know to be the musical genius behind KISS, Ace “Space Ace” Frehley was an original member of the band when it formed in 1973, and was a mainstay of the group until his departure in 1982 to pursue a solo career. Having written and recorded some of KISS’s most identifiable tunes such as Cold Gin, Shock Me, Parasite, Rocket Ride and New York Groove, Ace was more known for his blistering guitar licks, and his patented smoking guitar that added to the band’s over the top stage antics. Ace’s music now brings to the table a storied legacy of songwriting, musical maturity, and youthful exuberance that when combined, form a mixture that longtime fans are sure to embrace.

General Admission and Balcony $25!

Must be 21 or older.

One Brewery VIP Suites: $300. Guaranteed luxury seating for up to 10 guests.
Includes:

  • 1 – 5 people, 1 pitcher of draft beer and 1 large pizza.
  • 6-10 people, 2 pitchers of draft beer and 2 large pizzas.
  • Beer may be substituted for House Wine or House Champagne. No substitutions for the pizza.

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01/25/19
Celebration of Healing Arts

Celebrate the many ways art can heal. Come for an evening filled with artwork, music and more at the annual Celebration of Healing Arts. Join us as we celebrate our 2018 Healing Art Gallery artists and the new “Celebration Bell” installation. Also, enjoy live music and special performances by survivors and caregivers. Light food and refreshments will be on hand at this free, public event. For more information, call (530) 332-3856.

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01/25/19
Babies Love Books


Babies and families connect through rhymes, songs, and books during a program created especially for them! No sign-ups necessary.

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01/25/19
Skip Culton Singer/Songwriter Live at Purple Line

Everyone loved Skip long before his viral sensation, "Another Prayer For Paradise" captured the hearts of thousands and became the anthem for the Paradise Camp Fire. His new music video (produced by the Tzu Chi Foundation) has put an emotional exclamation mark on the impact of the fire and the strength of it's survivors. Come see the singer tell his story, sing the viral lament live, and bring us some "new year cheer" with a very special 2-hour acoustic set featuring his other amazing originals and Motown and R&B favorites! This is sure to be an awesome show you won't want to miss!! Watch the music video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch
~~~~$7.00 Cover Includes one glass of wine ...tickets online here or at the door
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01/26/19
Lake Oroville Saturday Morning Nature Walks


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01/26/19
Northwest SPCA Annual Pancake Breakfast


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01/26/19
LEGO Club


Fun for the whole family, all day, every Saturday.

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01/26/19
Prime Rib and Pasta Dinner


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01/27/19
BCHS Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

Please join us at the Ehmann Home on Sunday, January 27th for the annual Butte County Historical Society Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon. All you need to bring is your appetite! Through the years our organization has been blessed with many dedicated and talented volunteers. They are the back bone of our Society and this our opportunity to publicly say "Thank you!" The event begins at 1:00 pm. All volunteers are welcome, past, present and potential!

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01/28/19
Successful Leadership & Management 8 Week Class

The Successful Leadership & Management class starts on Monday 1/28. This is an 8 week class being held twice a week. This course is designed to provide the tools to help you reach your potential as a Manager/Leader.  Course studies include:  Understanding the roles of a Leader & Manager; Analysis of 13 trust behaviors; Employee engagement & motivation; Planning & delegation; Communication & listening; Managing & Evaluating employee performance; Training in 4-Easy Steps; and Learning how to self-manage.  This class will be held in the Oroville Center.

Interested parties can register by calling 530-538-5350 or on-line at www.orovilleadulted.com.  Anyone needing additional information about these classes can contact Michael DaRe directly.

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01/29/19
Leadership Skills for Frontline Managers 8 Week Class

The Leadership Skills for Frontline Managers class starts on Tuesday 1/29.  This 8-week course will help any Manager or High Potential Leader who serves the public directly build teams that impact customer satisfaction.  Topics include: Styles of leadership; Building trust with teams & customers; Managing change; Engaging & retaining customers; Why planning & organization matters; How to handle difficult customer issues; Why it’s important to see your business through the eyes of your customer; and Understand the impact of your leadership style. This class will be held in the Chico Center.
 
Interested parties can register by calling 530-538-5350 or on-line at www.orovilleadulted.com.  Anyone needing additional information about these classes can contact Michael DaRe directly.
 

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01/29/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
This 4-part training series provides essential information to individuals thinking about starting a new business, and new business owners (in business one year or less). Topics include: Legal Requirements, e-filing/e-paying with Employment Development Department, Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Business, and Overview of the Business Plan - bringing it all together. You will learn legal requirements for starting your business; how to: assess your market, plan for direction, obtain funding, and types of funding available, calculate start-up costs, and complete your business plan.

more info...
01/29/19
Lake Oroville Visitor Center Home School Program


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01/29/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/30/19
How to Rebuild Your Business After the Camp Fire Disaster - 4 Weeks Series

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
With upswings in disasters like the Paradise Camp Fire, business continuity plan is key. This 4-weeks 2 hours per week series will help you decide how to move forward with rebuilding your business successfully. Topics include: reviewing legal requirements i.e., license, fictitious name statement, seller’s permit; business valuation, relocation and restart; identifying your business model; opportunities to reinvent your business; maintaining your customers and identifying new markets and customers; steps for putting together your recovery plan; access to grants and loans; identifying and addressing financial obligations; and resources in your community. This training will help you complete a workable plan that can easily be followed and visited regularly to ensure direction; and guide you through the completion of a plan to address your business disruption for rebuilding immediately, and accessing capital if needed.

more info...
01/30/19
Craft Club


A friendly group for all kinds of crafts. Bring your project and join in at Oroville Branch Tuesdays 3-5pm and and Wednesdays 10-12pm.

more info...
01/30/19
Pre-School Storytime


Songs, stories, and play for ages 3-5. 1st Wednesday of the month features a visit from the Toy Van-- borrow toys for FREE for one month!

more info...
01/30/19
Reading Hero


Trained volunteers bring stories alive for children at the Oroville Branch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3-4pm

more info...
01/30/19
Chess Club


Join us for chess at the Oroville Branch every Wednesday evening from 3-5pm! Cloth boards and chess sets are available from the front desk upon request.

more info...
01/30/19
Wednesday Live Jam and Potluck

Every Wednesday evening Purple Line Urban Winery celebrates with Live Jam by "The Crawlers" and Potluck dinner
~Bring a dish to share~ Main course to be announced on FB each week. It is a great evening to relax, have some dinner and meet new friends....Bocce courts and corn hole too. When the weather is nice we are on the patio....if not we are in the tasting room and barrel room.

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01/31/19
Basic Sales & Use Tax Seminar

Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) -
A representative from California Department of Tax & Fee Administration will provide information on basic sales and use tax requirements including, How To: acquire sales permits; prepare resale and exemption certificates; determine what is taxable and non-taxable; file your sales and use tax return electronically; identify your deductions, exemptions, and tax rate; become an eClient; file and pay online; maintain adequate records; navigate the application process; understand the definition of what is a sale, and other important facts and responsibilities of a business owner.

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01/31/19
2019 Legal Update Workshop in Visalia

9:00 – 10:30 am Wyndham Hotel 9000 W Airport Dr, Visalia, CA 93277

Presented by SHLC Attorney Brett Sutton.

Cost: $25.00 for Chamber Members or Sutton Hague clients and $35.00 for non-chamber/clients.

To register, call: (559) 734-5876


 

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