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Lunch Mob - Feather Falls Brewing Company
11/21/19
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Events in the month of November 2019
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11/01/19
Wine & Art Stroll

Tickets $12 in advance and $15 at the door.

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11/01/19
The Christmas Store Grand Opening!


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11/01/19
Jake's Burgers and More at Purple Line Winery

We are so excited to have Jake's burgers and more onsite on these dates with their new Food Truck.
Come out and join us for some awesome grub.....

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11/01/19
Butte College Drama Production: Carrie


A Night You’ll Never Forget - CARRIE, the Broadway Musical Comes to Butte College With Equal Parts Heart and Horror

 
October 25 - November 3, 2019
 
Oroville, CA -- High school has never been worse, especially for the cast of CARRIE the musical. High school sweethearts, jocks, nerds, and bad boys alike struggle to survive just long enough to see their Senior Prom and finally move on to the next stage of their lives, ignorant to the pain they are putting the titular character, Carrie White, through, and unaware of the brutal fate they will meet on that fateful prom night as a consequence for their actions. Come and join Butte College students, faculty, and community members as they bring the electrifying horror musical “CARRIE” to the stage, demanding with their performance a deeper understanding and the message - “once you see, you can’t unsee.”
 
 
CARRIE opens Friday, October 25th at 7:30 pm, with performances continuing Saturday, October 26h at 7:30 pm, Sunday, October 27th at 2 pm, Friday, November 1st at 7:30 pm, Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30 pm, and closing on Sunday, November 3rd at 2 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults and $12 for seniors/students, plus EventBrite fees. Tickets are available at the door or via: http://www.ButteDrama.com. For more information, call 530-895-2994 or email Jesse Merz, director, at merzje@butte.edu. Performances take place at the Butte College Black Box Theatre, Main Campus, ARTS Building, 3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville, CA 95965. CARRIE has some strong language and gore and is recommended for ages 14 and up.
 
 
CARRIE the musical has seen many adaptations over the years, some which have sunk, and many which have soared. Originally premiering on Broadway in 1988 with a script by the 1976 film’s writer, Lawrence D. Cohen, the show was met with a conflicted response. The show garnered many negative reviews, yet every performance in its run, opening on May 12, 1988, was sold out, and each show received a standing ovation from its audience. Closing on Broadway after just 21 total performances (including 16 previews), the musical saw a new life in 2012 in its Off-Broadway Revival heralded by director Stafford Arima and featuring a newly revised book and score from the original composers Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford and writer Lawrence D. Cohen. This production saw a limited engagement of 80 total performances (including 34 previews and 46 performances). This revival was met with a much warmer reception, including nominations for several awards and winning one, leading to an official cast album. The show went on to see two more notable productions in 2015, one just off the West End in London, and one in California’s own Los Angeles, receiving even more award nominations in the form of five Ovation Award nominations. Now the musical has evolved into a cult classic college musical with a story that is, at its heart, deeply vulnerable, memorable, electrifying.
 
 
The story follows the frontlining leads - Carrie White, a girl undergoing social trauma and exploring her own maturity, as well as her latent telekinetic abilities; Sue Snell, the show’s narrator in parallel to Carrie, whose character arc is a mirror to Carrie’s as she learns to grow outside of her societal mold and bring a human connection to the story in an effort to combat the horror around her; Tommy Ross, her star-athlete boyfriend who finds himself questioning his future and helping Sue to bring some light into the darkness of Carrie’s life; Chris Hargensen, resident popular girl with a mean streak, who makes it her mission to make Carrie’s life miserable, with help from her truant boyfriend Billy Nolan, in a truly gruesome revenge plot; and finally, Margaret White, Carrie’s mother, who is truly one of the beating hearts of the show as she provides a stunning story of violence and victimization, trying at any cost to protect Carrie - even if it means hurting her herself. Forming the backbone of the show is its ensemble - Frieda, Norma, Helen, Freddy, George, Stokes, Miss Gardner, Mr. Stephens, and more, providing a horrific tableau of high school at its absolute worst, all leading up to a climactic Prom night that will never be forgotten by the public eye which bears witness to it.
 
 
CARRIE the musical is adapted from Steven King’s novel with a book by Lawrence D. Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, and music by Michael Gore.
Butte College’s production features a set designed by Robert Pickering, lighting designed by Michael Johnson, costumes by Lynne Schuepbach, sound designed by Davin Schreindl, the stage manager is Dusty Chess, choreography by Melinda Buzan, musical direction by Christine Buckstead, and is directed by Butte’s Theatre Arts Instructor, Jesse Merz.
 
 
The cast includes:
Sarah Merrill (Carrie White), Julia Hoistad (Margaret White), Alyssa Price (Sue Snell), Derek Anderson (Tommy Ross), Sierra Root (Chris Hargensen), Kevin Spindler (Billy Nolan), Hana Michelle (Miss Gardner), Benjamin Boyer (Mr. Stephens), Yamileth Lomeli (Norma, u/s Chris), Cara Agnew (Frieda, u/s Carrie), Devyn Cusick (Helen), Ryan Shallenberger (George, u/s Tommy), Kenna Harris (Stokes, u/s Sue), Eric Blankenship (Freddy, u/s Billy), Angel Hagen (Reverend Bliss), Andrea Thoms (Interrogator), Jada Diaz (Interrogator, u/s Margaret), Faith Stokes (Swing), Salomon Martinez (Swing), Sammi Cason (Ensemble), Rebekkah Conklin (Ensemble), Camrin Considine (Ensemble), Sofia DeLaGarza (Ensemble), Grace Diep (Ensemble), Keasha Fuller (Ensemble, u/s Miss Gardner), Kierstan Sandro (Ensemble), Dalton Vasquez (Ensemble), and Riata Curl and Sophie Stocks (Assistant Stage Managers).
 
 
From BROADWAY WORLD regarding CARRIE:
 
“We find ourselves asking questions: Why do people treat one another this way? How could someone kill that many people? What drove this individual to violence? Why didn’t anyone step up to help before it was too late? Carrie forces us to confront these questions and more as we see young Carrie White, object of ridicule at school and abuse at home, reach her breaking point with devastating consequences.”
https://www.broadwayworld.com/central-pa/article/BWW-Review-CARRIE-THE-MUSICAL-at-Open-Stage-Of-Harrisburg-20180930
 
 
From CAROLINA CURTAIN CALL regarding CARRIE:
 
“Considered one of the most legendary musical flops ever produced on the Great White Way, ‘Carrie’ was vastly re-worked in 2012 by its authors who replaced nearly half the songs and the result is much grander than expected. The lyrics by Dean Pitchford and music by Michael Gore are admirable indeed. And Lawrence D. Cohen’s book, who wrote the original “Carrie” screenplay, has delicately truncated his script with all of the crucial and most memorable scenes intact.”
http://carolinacurtaincall.com/2016/06/08/review-carrie/
 
 
From Butte College Director of Theatre, Jesse Merz:
“When our students first suggested we do the musical, “Carrie”, I thought they were crazy! No way did I want to do a horror musical that ends in mayhem after what our community has been through. But they told me it was an anti-bullying story and I was skeptical. Then they asked me to listen to the music -- then I was hooked! Just wait until you experience the passion and love for art-making and the vibrancy of life in our production of Carrie. I dare you to let them scare you with some killer musical theatre!”
 

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11/01/19
Colusa Casino Resort Presents Comedian Vir Das

As India’s biggest stand-up comedian and a Bollywood star, Vir Das has now crossed over to become a global comedy sensation. He is the first Indian comedian to have a stand-up special on Netflix, which resulted in a multi-special deal with the platform.

His first special Abroad Understanding was released in 2017 to raves reviews. His second special Losing It premiered in December 2018, garnering a flurry of positive mentions around the globe on social
media. Vir Das can most recently be seen in the ABC spy dramedy, Whiskey Cavalier, alongside Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan.


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11/02/19
Ishi Gathering & Seminar

The Ishi Seminar this year will focus on anthropological work in gaining knowledge of the life ways of California's aboriginal tribes, particularly the Yahim and the value of Ishi's contributions. It will include an overview of the study of California Indians before 1911, the anthropologists A.L. Kroeber, T.T. Waterman, and E.L. Gifford, and their work with Ishi, as well as later research which has added new insights and more substance to the Ishi Story.

After in-gathering over coffee and doughnuts, the sessions will start at 9:30.The day will be a rich immersion in the Ishi Story, for both newcomers and return attendees. Come and learn more about the science of anthropology and anthropologists' efforts to preserve information about near extinct cultures, late 19th century interaction between Ishi's people and white settlers, and why the Ishi story continues to intrigue both those who have just learned about it as well as those who have studied it for years. Several Anthropologists will provide perspective in the field and the role of anthropologists over the last 100 years.

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11/02/19
 -11/03/19
Harvest of Quilts X

Annie’s Star Quilt Guild’s biennial quilt show will exhibit more than 200 of its members’ original quilts representing multiple techniques, as well as a special exhibit of work created by featured quilter Jo Schreiber. The show will also include raffles, prizes, and informational booths. The Guild will culminate its raffle of an extraordinary Opportunity Quilt, and conduct prize basket and small quilt raffles. A Boutique will offer small quilted and hand-sewn items for sale, and numerous vendors will offer quilting supplies and unique items. Lunch and snacks will be available to purchase.

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11/02/19
Holiday Craft Faire & Gifts

Handmade items, jams, jellies, baked goods, woodworking and more. Book signing by local author. Proceeds go to Veteran Programs.

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11/02/19
Holiday Craft & Gift Faire

What: Holiday Craft & Gift Faire. Local Craftsmen and Artisans will have available handmade items including household items, baked goods, woodwork, jewelry, etc. Local Author and Artists.

When: Saturday, November 2, 2019. Door Open at 10 am - 3 pm

Where: Veterans Memorial Hall, 2374 Montgomery St., Oroville, CA

Why: Veterans of Foreign Wars is an Organization composed of Men and WOmen who served in Foreign lands in times of conflict. We have many programs that range from Suicide prevention, Post Traumatic Stress, Family Support, Youth Education and Scholarship programs. Our Auxiliary is composed of family members of the VFW. This Annual fundraiser helps us to meet community needs.

Admission: Free admission. Food, soft drinks & water available. Take the family our for Holiday shopping. Take a walk along the Butte County Veterans Memorial Wall & Park. Visit the Historical Oroville Museum next door.

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11/02/19
Enloe's Community Wellness Expo

Find hope and healing! Attend Enloe Medical Center’s annual Community Wellness Expo on Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the corner of W. Fifth and Arcadian avenues in Chico. Free flu shots and health screenings, a medication take-back station, and more await families. New this year, the Enloe Regional Cancer Center will offer free head and neck screenings, information on cancer prevention, and much more. Other participants will offer blood pressure screenings, BMI calculations, diabetes assessments, lung screenings and more. Plus, the Kids’ Activity Zone, hosted by the UC CalFresh Nutrition Education Program, will feature interactive and fun physical activities. To learn more about this free event, visit www.enloe.org/events.

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11/02/19
Purple People Wine Club Party

It is time for our Purple People Wine club party
And Purple Line's Sixth Anniversary
We love to dress up in Costumes so hoping you will too.
Costumes are always optional and not required.
We will serve our Deep Pit BBQ carnitas with the fixins
~DRIVER will be RockN the Party with the band Starting 5ish
~Dinner will be starting around 6ish
RSVP to the party by picking up your Wine club box starting 10/23 after 3pm. You will get two wristbands for cover and dinner per membership.
Your Wine box is Little Red Panties, Sparkling, and Barbera
~Guest tickets for Cover and dinner are $15.00 each.
The doors open for the party on Sarurday Nov. 2nd at 5pm.....
If you are not a member you have time to join and enjoy the party.

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11/02/19
Symphonic Winds Ensemble: Classically Bands

The voice of the band has changed over the 100 years since Holst composed his First Suite for Band (1909). Hear the changes that have occurred since the first performance, through the 20th century to our modern day, in this remarkable walk through time with, of course, a host of marches.

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11/02/19
Butte College Drama Production: Carrie


A Night You’ll Never Forget - CARRIE, the Broadway Musical Comes to Butte College With Equal Parts Heart and Horror

 
October 25 - November 3, 2019
 
Oroville, CA -- High school has never been worse, especially for the cast of CARRIE the musical. High school sweethearts, jocks, nerds, and bad boys alike struggle to survive just long enough to see their Senior Prom and finally move on to the next stage of their lives, ignorant to the pain they are putting the titular character, Carrie White, through, and unaware of the brutal fate they will meet on that fateful prom night as a consequence for their actions. Come and join Butte College students, faculty, and community members as they bring the electrifying horror musical “CARRIE” to the stage, demanding with their performance a deeper understanding and the message - “once you see, you can’t unsee.”
 
 
CARRIE opens Friday, October 25th at 7:30 pm, with performances continuing Saturday, October 26h at 7:30 pm, Sunday, October 27th at 2 pm, Friday, November 1st at 7:30 pm, Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30 pm, and closing on Sunday, November 3rd at 2 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults and $12 for seniors/students, plus EventBrite fees. Tickets are available at the door or via: http://www.ButteDrama.com. For more information, call 530-895-2994 or email Jesse Merz, director, at merzje@butte.edu. Performances take place at the Butte College Black Box Theatre, Main Campus, ARTS Building, 3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville, CA 95965. CARRIE has some strong language and gore and is recommended for ages 14 and up.
 
 
CARRIE the musical has seen many adaptations over the years, some which have sunk, and many which have soared. Originally premiering on Broadway in 1988 with a script by the 1976 film’s writer, Lawrence D. Cohen, the show was met with a conflicted response. The show garnered many negative reviews, yet every performance in its run, opening on May 12, 1988, was sold out, and each show received a standing ovation from its audience. Closing on Broadway after just 21 total performances (including 16 previews), the musical saw a new life in 2012 in its Off-Broadway Revival heralded by director Stafford Arima and featuring a newly revised book and score from the original composers Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford and writer Lawrence D. Cohen. This production saw a limited engagement of 80 total performances (including 34 previews and 46 performances). This revival was met with a much warmer reception, including nominations for several awards and winning one, leading to an official cast album. The show went on to see two more notable productions in 2015, one just off the West End in London, and one in California’s own Los Angeles, receiving even more award nominations in the form of five Ovation Award nominations. Now the musical has evolved into a cult classic college musical with a story that is, at its heart, deeply vulnerable, memorable, electrifying.
 
 
The story follows the frontlining leads - Carrie White, a girl undergoing social trauma and exploring her own maturity, as well as her latent telekinetic abilities; Sue Snell, the show’s narrator in parallel to Carrie, whose character arc is a mirror to Carrie’s as she learns to grow outside of her societal mold and bring a human connection to the story in an effort to combat the horror around her; Tommy Ross, her star-athlete boyfriend who finds himself questioning his future and helping Sue to bring some light into the darkness of Carrie’s life; Chris Hargensen, resident popular girl with a mean streak, who makes it her mission to make Carrie’s life miserable, with help from her truant boyfriend Billy Nolan, in a truly gruesome revenge plot; and finally, Margaret White, Carrie’s mother, who is truly one of the beating hearts of the show as she provides a stunning story of violence and victimization, trying at any cost to protect Carrie - even if it means hurting her herself. Forming the backbone of the show is its ensemble - Frieda, Norma, Helen, Freddy, George, Stokes, Miss Gardner, Mr. Stephens, and more, providing a horrific tableau of high school at its absolute worst, all leading up to a climactic Prom night that will never be forgotten by the public eye which bears witness to it.
 
 
CARRIE the musical is adapted from Steven King’s novel with a book by Lawrence D. Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, and music by Michael Gore.
Butte College’s production features a set designed by Robert Pickering, lighting designed by Michael Johnson, costumes by Lynne Schuepbach, sound designed by Davin Schreindl, the stage manager is Dusty Chess, choreography by Melinda Buzan, musical direction by Christine Buckstead, and is directed by Butte’s Theatre Arts Instructor, Jesse Merz.
 
 
The cast includes:
Sarah Merrill (Carrie White), Julia Hoistad (Margaret White), Alyssa Price (Sue Snell), Derek Anderson (Tommy Ross), Sierra Root (Chris Hargensen), Kevin Spindler (Billy Nolan), Hana Michelle (Miss Gardner), Benjamin Boyer (Mr. Stephens), Yamileth Lomeli (Norma, u/s Chris), Cara Agnew (Frieda, u/s Carrie), Devyn Cusick (Helen), Ryan Shallenberger (George, u/s Tommy), Kenna Harris (Stokes, u/s Sue), Eric Blankenship (Freddy, u/s Billy), Angel Hagen (Reverend Bliss), Andrea Thoms (Interrogator), Jada Diaz (Interrogator, u/s Margaret), Faith Stokes (Swing), Salomon Martinez (Swing), Sammi Cason (Ensemble), Rebekkah Conklin (Ensemble), Camrin Considine (Ensemble), Sofia DeLaGarza (Ensemble), Grace Diep (Ensemble), Keasha Fuller (Ensemble, u/s Miss Gardner), Kierstan Sandro (Ensemble), Dalton Vasquez (Ensemble), and Riata Curl and Sophie Stocks (Assistant Stage Managers).
 
 
From BROADWAY WORLD regarding CARRIE:
 
“We find ourselves asking questions: Why do people treat one another this way? How could someone kill that many people? What drove this individual to violence? Why didn’t anyone step up to help before it was too late? Carrie forces us to confront these questions and more as we see young Carrie White, object of ridicule at school and abuse at home, reach her breaking point with devastating consequences.”
https://www.broadwayworld.com/central-pa/article/BWW-Review-CARRIE-THE-MUSICAL-at-Open-Stage-Of-Harrisburg-20180930
 
 
From CAROLINA CURTAIN CALL regarding CARRIE:
 
“Considered one of the most legendary musical flops ever produced on the Great White Way, ‘Carrie’ was vastly re-worked in 2012 by its authors who replaced nearly half the songs and the result is much grander than expected. The lyrics by Dean Pitchford and music by Michael Gore are admirable indeed. And Lawrence D. Cohen’s book, who wrote the original “Carrie” screenplay, has delicately truncated his script with all of the crucial and most memorable scenes intact.”
http://carolinacurtaincall.com/2016/06/08/review-carrie/
 
 
From Butte College Director of Theatre, Jesse Merz:
“When our students first suggested we do the musical, “Carrie”, I thought they were crazy! No way did I want to do a horror musical that ends in mayhem after what our community has been through. But they told me it was an anti-bullying story and I was skeptical. Then they asked me to listen to the music -- then I was hooked! Just wait until you experience the passion and love for art-making and the vibrancy of life in our production of Carrie. I dare you to let them scare you with some killer musical theatre!”
 

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11/03/19
Wyandotte Grange 1st Sunday Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser


Join us on the first Sunday of every month for our pancake breakfast fundraiser.
Sunday, November 3rd   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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11/03/19
Sundays at Two: Duo Seraphim

Sopranos Dara Scholz and Shauna Fallihee present an afternoon program of ethereal music featuring works by Pergolesi, Mozart, Delibes, and others.

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11/03/19
Butte College Drama Production: Carrie


A Night You’ll Never Forget - CARRIE, the Broadway Musical Comes to Butte College With Equal Parts Heart and Horror

 
October 25 - November 3, 2019
 
Oroville, CA -- High school has never been worse, especially for the cast of CARRIE the musical. High school sweethearts, jocks, nerds, and bad boys alike struggle to survive just long enough to see their Senior Prom and finally move on to the next stage of their lives, ignorant to the pain they are putting the titular character, Carrie White, through, and unaware of the brutal fate they will meet on that fateful prom night as a consequence for their actions. Come and join Butte College students, faculty, and community members as they bring the electrifying horror musical “CARRIE” to the stage, demanding with their performance a deeper understanding and the message - “once you see, you can’t unsee.”
 
 
CARRIE opens Friday, October 25th at 7:30 pm, with performances continuing Saturday, October 26h at 7:30 pm, Sunday, October 27th at 2 pm, Friday, November 1st at 7:30 pm, Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30 pm, and closing on Sunday, November 3rd at 2 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults and $12 for seniors/students, plus EventBrite fees. Tickets are available at the door or via: http://www.ButteDrama.com. For more information, call 530-895-2994 or email Jesse Merz, director, at merzje@butte.edu. Performances take place at the Butte College Black Box Theatre, Main Campus, ARTS Building, 3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville, CA 95965. CARRIE has some strong language and gore and is recommended for ages 14 and up.
 
 
CARRIE the musical has seen many adaptations over the years, some which have sunk, and many which have soared. Originally premiering on Broadway in 1988 with a script by the 1976 film’s writer, Lawrence D. Cohen, the show was met with a conflicted response. The show garnered many negative reviews, yet every performance in its run, opening on May 12, 1988, was sold out, and each show received a standing ovation from its audience. Closing on Broadway after just 21 total performances (including 16 previews), the musical saw a new life in 2012 in its Off-Broadway Revival heralded by director Stafford Arima and featuring a newly revised book and score from the original composers Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford and writer Lawrence D. Cohen. This production saw a limited engagement of 80 total performances (including 34 previews and 46 performances). This revival was met with a much warmer reception, including nominations for several awards and winning one, leading to an official cast album. The show went on to see two more notable productions in 2015, one just off the West End in London, and one in California’s own Los Angeles, receiving even more award nominations in the form of five Ovation Award nominations. Now the musical has evolved into a cult classic college musical with a story that is, at its heart, deeply vulnerable, memorable, electrifying.
 
 
The story follows the frontlining leads - Carrie White, a girl undergoing social trauma and exploring her own maturity, as well as her latent telekinetic abilities; Sue Snell, the show’s narrator in parallel to Carrie, whose character arc is a mirror to Carrie’s as she learns to grow outside of her societal mold and bring a human connection to the story in an effort to combat the horror around her; Tommy Ross, her star-athlete boyfriend who finds himself questioning his future and helping Sue to bring some light into the darkness of Carrie’s life; Chris Hargensen, resident popular girl with a mean streak, who makes it her mission to make Carrie’s life miserable, with help from her truant boyfriend Billy Nolan, in a truly gruesome revenge plot; and finally, Margaret White, Carrie’s mother, who is truly one of the beating hearts of the show as she provides a stunning story of violence and victimization, trying at any cost to protect Carrie - even if it means hurting her herself. Forming the backbone of the show is its ensemble - Frieda, Norma, Helen, Freddy, George, Stokes, Miss Gardner, Mr. Stephens, and more, providing a horrific tableau of high school at its absolute worst, all leading up to a climactic Prom night that will never be forgotten by the public eye which bears witness to it.
 
 
CARRIE the musical is adapted from Steven King’s novel with a book by Lawrence D. Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, and music by Michael Gore.
Butte College’s production features a set designed by Robert Pickering, lighting designed by Michael Johnson, costumes by Lynne Schuepbach, sound designed by Davin Schreindl, the stage manager is Dusty Chess, choreography by Melinda Buzan, musical direction by Christine Buckstead, and is directed by Butte’s Theatre Arts Instructor, Jesse Merz.
 
 
The cast includes:
Sarah Merrill (Carrie White), Julia Hoistad (Margaret White), Alyssa Price (Sue Snell), Derek Anderson (Tommy Ross), Sierra Root (Chris Hargensen), Kevin Spindler (Billy Nolan), Hana Michelle (Miss Gardner), Benjamin Boyer (Mr. Stephens), Yamileth Lomeli (Norma, u/s Chris), Cara Agnew (Frieda, u/s Carrie), Devyn Cusick (Helen), Ryan Shallenberger (George, u/s Tommy), Kenna Harris (Stokes, u/s Sue), Eric Blankenship (Freddy, u/s Billy), Angel Hagen (Reverend Bliss), Andrea Thoms (Interrogator), Jada Diaz (Interrogator, u/s Margaret), Faith Stokes (Swing), Salomon Martinez (Swing), Sammi Cason (Ensemble), Rebekkah Conklin (Ensemble), Camrin Considine (Ensemble), Sofia DeLaGarza (Ensemble), Grace Diep (Ensemble), Keasha Fuller (Ensemble, u/s Miss Gardner), Kierstan Sandro (Ensemble), Dalton Vasquez (Ensemble), and Riata Curl and Sophie Stocks (Assistant Stage Managers).
 
 
From BROADWAY WORLD regarding CARRIE:
 
“We find ourselves asking questions: Why do people treat one another this way? How could someone kill that many people? What drove this individual to violence? Why didn’t anyone step up to help before it was too late? Carrie forces us to confront these questions and more as we see young Carrie White, object of ridicule at school and abuse at home, reach her breaking point with devastating consequences.”
https://www.broadwayworld.com/central-pa/article/BWW-Review-CARRIE-THE-MUSICAL-at-Open-Stage-Of-Harrisburg-20180930
 
 
From CAROLINA CURTAIN CALL regarding CARRIE:
 
“Considered one of the most legendary musical flops ever produced on the Great White Way, ‘Carrie’ was vastly re-worked in 2012 by its authors who replaced nearly half the songs and the result is much grander than expected. The lyrics by Dean Pitchford and music by Michael Gore are admirable indeed. And Lawrence D. Cohen’s book, who wrote the original “Carrie” screenplay, has delicately truncated his script with all of the crucial and most memorable scenes intact.”
http://carolinacurtaincall.com/2016/06/08/review-carrie/
 
 
From Butte College Director of Theatre, Jesse Merz:
“When our students first suggested we do the musical, “Carrie”, I thought they were crazy! No way did I want to do a horror musical that ends in mayhem after what our community has been through. But they told me it was an anti-bullying story and I was skeptical. Then they asked me to listen to the music -- then I was hooked! Just wait until you experience the passion and love for art-making and the vibrancy of life in our production of Carrie. I dare you to let them scare you with some killer musical theatre!”
 

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11/05/19
Live Webinar: Wage and Hour Law for California Employers

This live and interactive webinar is presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorneys, Brett Sutton and Jared Hague. Topics will include Employee Classifications and Exemptions, Paying Wages and Overtime, Meal and Rest Period Rules, Record-keeping Requirements, Developing Issues in Wage and Hour Law, Wage and Hour Compliance Tips, and Arbitration Agreements/Class Action Waivers. HRCI/SHRM/APA credit will be available. Certificates will be provided upon completion of the event for all attendees. This event is sponsored by LP Insurance.
 

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11/05/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/06/19
QuickBooks Desktop Series - 3 Weeks

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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11/06/19
LIVE WEBINAR: Harassment Prevention and Anti-Bullying Training for Supervisors/Managers

This event is a live and interactive webinar; participants will join via computer and will still have the opportunity to ask questions. This will provide the mandatory training required by CA law to supervisors/managers. It will be presented by Sutton Hague Law attorney, Brett Sutton. Two hours of HRCI/SHRM credits are also available. All participants will receive a certificate of completion


 

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11/07/19
Financial Management Series for Existing Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/07/19
 -11/09/19
Theatre on the Ridge presents "Bright Star"

On the Eve of the Camp Fire Anniversary, this beautiful show seems the perfect fit to commemorate and remember all we have endured and survived, and celebrate our resilience as we continue on the journey forward with our hopes and dreams for the future of Paradise and “all its name implies.” By way of comparison to our current struggles, Bright Star tells a story of lives torn apart and made whole again, a perfect balance of wide-eyed optimism, folksy humor, love, heartbreaking loss, and the strength and resilience to overcome it.

Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. When literary editor Alice Murphy meets a young soldier just home from World War II, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past – and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tight in its grasp, Bright Star is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.

Performances
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
November 7 - November 23
7:30 p.m. Curtain
Sunday Matinees
November 10, 17 & 24
2:00 p.m. Curtain
 
Ticket Prices
$16 General
$20 Reserved

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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11/07/19
History Roundtable - 100th Anniversary Retrospective: A Peace to End All Peace? How the First World War Ended

How did the peace treaties that brought World War I to an end 100 years ago shape the world we live in today? Join the Department of History for a lively discussion about these important documents and the conclusion of the Great War.

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11/08/19
A Day of Remembrance

Join Enloe as caregivers acknowledge the anniversary of the Camp Fire, one of the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in California history. A short program will reflect on the impact the fire has had on the North State, honor brave first responders and inspire the path forward. Caregivers will assemble a time capsule, and attendees are welcome to write a message of hope to be included. The day of remembrance takes place on Nov. 8 from 10-11 a.m. at the Enloe Park, on the corner of Sixth and Arcadian avenues in Chico.

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11/08/19
Bell Game Dinner


BBQ Chicken and Tir Tip     full table serve      or take out     $20.00

Fundraiser for O.A.S.I.S ( Oroville Area Sports Initiative Supporters)
Our Goal is to improve Oroville area sports facilities which has been Harrison Stadium's future up keep. 

Great time to eat a wonderful meal and then watch your local High School teams battle it out to take home the Victory Bell. 

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11/08/19
Jake's Burgers and More at Purple Line Winery

We are so excited to have Jake's burgers and more onsite on these dates with their new Food Truck.
Come out and join us for some awesome grub.....

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11/08/19
Jack Powell Performing Neil Diamond Night

Neil Diamond Night

Performing Neil Diamond hit songs in a full 2 hour tribute show, Jack Powell captures the voice aspect, tone, drama and passion of these unforgettable songs. Come enjoy the timeless music of Neil Diamond: Cherry Cherry, Love On The Rocks, Sweet Caroline, America, Holly Holy, Play Me, September Morn, Hello Again, Solitary Man, Cracklin Rose, Song Sung Blue, Forever In Blue Jeans, I Am I Said, Red Red Wine—and so many more. Plus an added tribute of various artists and their noteworthy #1 hits. It is a night to remember!


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11/09/19
AmVets Country Fried Steak Breakfast


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11/09/19
Native Ways

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11/09/19
Auxiliary Holiday Bazaar


Proceeds benefit Local High School Scholarships

Support local crafters and give unique gifts. The BAZAAR will feature lots and lots of hand crafted arts, jewelry, home decor, ladies apparel, a bake table, hot dogs & chili dogs and much much more.

This event is open to the public.

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11/09/19
4th Annual Harvest Celebration

Sohnrey Family Foods presents the 4th Annual Harvest Celebration! This will be a fun filled, family day to showcase local vendors and to celebrate agriculture in the North State. We will have multiple vendors selling their products as well as a bounce house, hayrides, and more! Hope to see you all there!

Participating Vendors Include:
• Lavender Ranch
• Shuberts Ice Cream
• Spun - Organic Cotton Candy
• Designs by Jennie
• Tiffanys Dream Creations
• JWL Leatherworks
• River Road Lavender Company
• Color Street

*If interested in becoming a vendor please email Ashlee at Sohnreygifts@gmail.com

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11/09/19
2019 English High Tea


Our 24th Annual English High Tea is one of our most popular fund raisers! Wear your favorite dress, enjoy a relaxing and elegant afternoon of tea and desserts while being waited on, and hear what God is doing in our community through the ministry of Caring For Women. You can even get some early Christmas shopping done at the Tea Store & Market Place.

Saturday, November 9th
Market Place & Tea Store open at 11:00am
High Tea Seating at 12:30pm

Tickets go on sale October 1st and must be purchased in advance on a first come, first served basis. Tickets are $35 each and usually sell out quickly, so it is recommended that you purchase your tickets early to reserve your seat. Entire tables of 8 may be reserved when purchased all at once.

If you would like more information, please call the Center at 530-533-8388, email caringforwomen1996@gmail.com or come into the center at 2362 Lincoln Street, Oroville.

Tickets will be available for purchase at the center during the month of October.

There are also several open volunteer positions available if you would like to help before, during or after the tea! Please contact us to get involved.

Thank you!

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11/09/19
Bunco Game Night


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11/09/19
Jazz X-Press: Soul-Ciology

Through jazz we live, through jazz we breathe, through jazz we X-Press. Come join the Jazz X-Press for a night of jazz celebration!

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11/10/19
Theatre on the Ridge presents

On the Eve of the Camp Fire Anniversary, this beautiful show seems the perfect fit to commemorate and remember all we have endured and survived, and celebrate our resilience as we continue on the journey forward with our hopes and dreams for the future of Paradise and “all its name implies.” By way of comparison to our current struggles, Bright Star tells a story of lives torn apart and made whole again, a perfect balance of wide-eyed optimism, folksy humor, love, heartbreaking loss, and the strength and resilience to overcome it.

Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. When literary editor Alice Murphy meets a young soldier just home from World War II, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past – and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tight in its grasp, Bright Star is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.

Performances
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
November 7 - November 23
7:30 p.m. Curtain
Sunday Matinees
November 10, 17 & 24
2:00 p.m. Curtain
 
Ticket Prices
$16 General
$20 Reserved

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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11/10/19
Optimist Outreach Dinner

Buffet dinner to learn about Optimism and the many activities of our local Optimists Clubs.   5:30 - 6:00 socializing.  Dinner at 6:00. 

 


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11/11/19
Veteran's Day Parade


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11/11/19
Chili Dog and Chips


Come on in for an ice cold beverage after the Veteran's Day Parade. We will have chili dogs and chips available.

Nominal donation appreciated.

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11/11/19
CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "State Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical *Disney #FROZEN <- CLASSES

CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "Stage Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical <-CLASSES 
Fall Session Holiday Musical - Limited enrollment!
Don't Wait ~ Register today! "Disney: #FROZEN
For AGES 8 to 14
Classes: Monday & Wednesday Sept 16 - Dec 5 from 3:30 - 5:30 pm (Excluding 11/4, 11/6, 11/25 & 11/27)
Registration Deadline: August 26
Tuition: $250.00

3 Performances
Dec 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Dec 8 at 2:00 p.m.

Directors
Hannah Lockhart &
Nan Miner

EARLY BIRD Registration Discount valid through August 1st 2019: 

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11/11/19
Veteran's Day Dinner


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11/12/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/12/19
LIVE WEBINAR: Mandatory 1-Hour Harassment Prevention Training for Non-Managers/Non-Supervisors (SPANISH LANGUAGE)

This a live webinar and participants will join via computer. This webinar will provide training required by CA law for non manager/non supervisors. It will be presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorney, Evelin Bailey, in the Spanish Language. The webinar is also live and interactive! HRCI/SHRM Credits are also available. Participants will receive certificates.
 
 

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11/12/19
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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11/12/19
A Night of Southern Gospel Music


Featuring: Dave Brown
Also appearing: The Revivors w/ Darrell Loomis, Ron Kingham & Tom Turk
Where: State Theatre, Oroville, CA
When: Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Bring others with you to this
Free Presentation

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11/13/19
QuickBooks Desktop Series - 3 Weeks

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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11/13/19
CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "State Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical *Disney #FROZEN <- CLASSES

CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "Stage Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical <-CLASSES 
Fall Session Holiday Musical - Limited enrollment!
Don't Wait ~ Register today! "Disney: #FROZEN
For AGES 8 to 14
Classes: Monday & Wednesday Sept 16 - Dec 5 from 3:30 - 5:30 pm (Excluding 11/4, 11/6, 11/25 & 11/27)
Registration Deadline: August 26
Tuition: $250.00

3 Performances
Dec 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Dec 8 at 2:00 p.m.

Directors
Hannah Lockhart &
Nan Miner

EARLY BIRD Registration Discount valid through August 1st 2019: 

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11/13/19
Second Wednesday BUNCO at Wyandotte Grange


Our monthly second Wednesday BUNCO is only $5. Wednesday, November 13th, 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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11/13/19
Beginning Belly Dance

* Belly dancing is a great way to build body confidence...it's perfect for people of all sizes.
* It's a great way to improve posture and learn how to carry yourself with more confidence.
* It's a really good aerobic exercise once you get going.
* It's a great way to tone muscles in a fun atmosphere.
* Belly dancing is a great low-impact exercise.
* Classes are a lot of fun!
* It helps with stress control! Both because it's great exercise and because it's fun.
* The classes provide a supportive environment to start something new and take some positive risks with self improvement.
* Perfect a shimmy and be ready for all kinds of dance fun when out with friends.

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11/13/19
Jazz II and Concert Band: Bach to Basie

The Concert Band and Jazz II join forces to provide a wide array of concert music, including the music of Bach, Reed, Barnes, big band, fusion, and a march or two all in one concert!

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11/14/19
Financial Management Series for Existing Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/14/19
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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11/14/19
Chili Cook Off


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11/14/19
Lunch with the Optimists

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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11/14/19
LIVE WEBINAR: Harassment Prevention and Anti-Bullying Training for Supervisors/Managers (Spanish)

New California Law (SB 1343 and SB 778) requires that both managerial and non-managerial employees must receive sexual harassment training by January 1, 2021. Thereafter, employees must be retrained once every two years. The training will meet all requirements for mandatory training under CA Law. Certificates will be issued. This is a live and interactive webinar, participants will join via computer. It will be presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorney, Evelin Bailey in the Spanish language. Two hours of HRCI/SHRM Credits are also available.
 

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11/14/19
 -11/16/19
Theatre on the Ridge presents "Bright Star"

On the Eve of the Camp Fire Anniversary, this beautiful show seems the perfect fit to commemorate and remember all we have endured and survived, and celebrate our resilience as we continue on the journey forward with our hopes and dreams for the future of Paradise and “all its name implies.” By way of comparison to our current struggles, Bright Star tells a story of lives torn apart and made whole again, a perfect balance of wide-eyed optimism, folksy humor, love, heartbreaking loss, and the strength and resilience to overcome it.

Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. When literary editor Alice Murphy meets a young soldier just home from World War II, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past – and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tight in its grasp, Bright Star is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.

Performances
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
November 7 - November 23
7:30 p.m. Curtain
Sunday Matinees
November 10, 17 & 24
2:00 p.m. Curtain
 
Ticket Prices
$16 General
$20 Reserved

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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11/14/19
 -11/16/19
She Kills Monsters

While cleaning up the room of her recently deceased sister, Agnes finds an unplayed Dungeons and Dragons campaign. In an effort to connect with her sister one more time, Agnes steps into the world she mocked and deepens their relationship by uncovering levels of her sister that she didn't know existed. This high energy dramatic comedy will give you a chance to reconnect with your inner geek and inner warrior.

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11/15/19
Introduction to Online Marketing

This training will introduce you to the beginning steps of online marketing.  You will explore marketing fundamentals and how the new platforms of online exposure have changed the game. Gone are the days of outbound marketing, today marketers are embracing inbound tactics, hyper targeting, and custom audiences. You will learn how new technology shapes traditional marketing theory.


 

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11/15/19
LIVE WEBINAR: Mandatory 1-Hour Harassment Prevention Training for Non-Managers/Non-Supervisors

New California Law (SB 1343 and SB 778) requires that both managerial and non-managerial employees must receive sexual harassment training by January 1, 2021. Thereafter, employees must be retrained once every two years. The training will meet all requirements for mandatory training under CA Law. Certificates will be issued. This is a live and interactive webinar, participants will join via computer. It will be presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorney, Jared Hague. HRCI/SHRM Credits are also available.
 

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11/15/19
Jake's Burgers and More at Purple Line Winery

We are so excited to have Jake's burgers and more onsite on these dates with their new Food Truck.
Come out and join us for some awesome grub.....

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11/16/19
Turkey Trot 5K, 1-Mile & 2-Mile Fun Run/Walk

Join FRRPD for its Annual Turkey Trot on Saturday November 16th, 2019 at Riverbend Park! This race will include 5K, 1-Mile and 2-Mile distances so you know there will be something for everyone in the family! Early registration before November 15th includes a race t-shirt, finishers ribbon, post-race snacks and refreshments and entry into the race raffle. During the Turkey Trot, participants will run a flat loop course along the Feather River on a combination of groomed trails, asphalt roadways and cement sidewalks. Visit our website www.frrpd.com or call the District Office for more details at (530) 533-2011. 

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11/16/19
State Highway 70 Safety and Passing Lanes Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


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11/16/19
Bolt's Antique Tool Museum Presents "Evolution of Tools"


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11/16/19
Collectibles & Gift Sale


The sale includes some lovely art objects, Christmas decorations, vintage luggage, and nicer books. Whatever isn't snapped up on the day of the sale will be available the next day at the Annual Meeting. This is a great place to do some early holiday shopping, and 100% of the proceeds benefit the Butte County Historical Society.

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11/16/19
 -11/17/19
She Kills Monsters

While cleaning up the room of her recently deceased sister, Agnes finds an unplayed Dungeons and Dragons campaign. In an effort to connect with her sister one more time, Agnes steps into the world she mocked and deepens their relationship by uncovering levels of her sister that she didn't know existed. This high energy dramatic comedy will give you a chance to reconnect with your inner geek and inner warrior.

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11/17/19
Theatre on the Ridge presents

On the Eve of the Camp Fire Anniversary, this beautiful show seems the perfect fit to commemorate and remember all we have endured and survived, and celebrate our resilience as we continue on the journey forward with our hopes and dreams for the future of Paradise and “all its name implies.” By way of comparison to our current struggles, Bright Star tells a story of lives torn apart and made whole again, a perfect balance of wide-eyed optimism, folksy humor, love, heartbreaking loss, and the strength and resilience to overcome it.

Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. When literary editor Alice Murphy meets a young soldier just home from World War II, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past – and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tight in its grasp, Bright Star is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.

Performances
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
November 7 - November 23
7:30 p.m. Curtain
Sunday Matinees
November 10, 17 & 24
2:00 p.m. Curtain
 
Ticket Prices
$16 General
$20 Reserved

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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11/18/19
CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "State Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical *Disney #FROZEN <- CLASSES

CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "Stage Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical <-CLASSES 
Fall Session Holiday Musical - Limited enrollment!
Don't Wait ~ Register today! "Disney: #FROZEN
For AGES 8 to 14
Classes: Monday & Wednesday Sept 16 - Dec 5 from 3:30 - 5:30 pm (Excluding 11/4, 11/6, 11/25 & 11/27)
Registration Deadline: August 26
Tuition: $250.00

3 Performances
Dec 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Dec 8 at 2:00 p.m.

Directors
Hannah Lockhart &
Nan Miner

EARLY BIRD Registration Discount valid through August 1st 2019: 

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11/18/19
Lecture Series

The Southside Oroville Lecture series is designed to give participants a different point of view on multicultural topics that may differ from their own. It is also designed to develop healthy dialogue and increase cultural understanding for everyone with a different racial background in the community.


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11/19/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/19/19
Live Webinar: Wage and Hour Law for Nevada Employers

This live and interactive webinar is presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorneys, Brett Sutton and Jared Hague. Topics will include Employee Classifications and Exemptions, Paying Wages and Overtime, Meal and Rest Period Rules, Record-keeping Requirements, Developing Issues in Wage and Hour Law, Wage and Hour Compliance Tips, and Arbitration Agreements/Class Action Waivers. HRCI/SHRM/APA credit will be available. Certificates will be provided upon completion of the event for all attendees. This event is sponsored by LP Insurance.
 

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11/19/19
 -11/21/19
DigiMarCon World 2019 - Digital Marketing Conference

DigiMarCon World 2019 is your chance to ...
-  Hear from some of the most audacious and thought provoking speakers in the digital marketing industry.
-  Gain insight into emerging strategies, the latest innovative technologies, and best practices to move your business to the next level.
-  Network with thought leaders, collaborate with your peers and build your network in a beautiful atmosphere.

DigiMarCon World 2019 Digital Marketing Conference & Exhibition will be held Online from November 19th to 21st, 2019, available live stream and on-demand. It is the largest Digital Marketing Event in the World and will be attended by thousands of Digital Marketing Professionals. Whatever your goal is; reinforcing customer loyalty, improving lead generation, increasing sales, or driving stronger consumer engagement, the DigiMarCon World 2019 line up has been specifically designed to help you develop your audience. 

Immerse yourself in topics like digital strategy, programmatic advertising, web experience management, usability / design, mobile marketing & retargeting, customer engagement, user acquisition, social media marketing, targeting & optimization, video marketing, data science & big data, web analytics & A/B testing, email marketing, content marketing, conversion rate optimization, search engine optimization, paid search marketing, geo-targeting, predictive analysis & attribution, growth hacking, conversion rate optimization, growth marketing tools, marketing & sales automation, sustainable growth strategies, product marketing & UX / UI and much, much more!

At DigiMarCon World 2019, you will receive all the elements you need to achieve digital marketing success! Conventional thought will be challenged, new ways of thinking will emerge, and you will leave with your head and notebooks full of action items and ideas to lead your agency / team / account to even greater success.

Be a part of DigiMarCon World 2019 and discover how to thrive and succeed as a marketer in a rapidly evolving digital world. 

Secure your seat now and take advantage of our discounted super early bird registration rates. 

For more details visit https://digimarconworld.com.

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11/19/19
Feather River Lapidary & Mineral Society Monthly Meetings

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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11/20/19
QuickBooks Desktop Series - 3 Weeks

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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11/20/19
CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "State Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical *Disney #FROZEN <- CLASSES

CLASSES-> Theatre On The Ridge "Stage Coach" Fall Session Holiday Musical <-CLASSES 
Fall Session Holiday Musical - Limited enrollment!
Don't Wait ~ Register today! "Disney: #FROZEN
For AGES 8 to 14
Classes: Monday & Wednesday Sept 16 - Dec 5 from 3:30 - 5:30 pm (Excluding 11/4, 11/6, 11/25 & 11/27)
Registration Deadline: August 26
Tuition: $250.00

3 Performances
Dec 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Dec 8 at 2:00 p.m.

Directors
Hannah Lockhart &
Nan Miner

EARLY BIRD Registration Discount valid through August 1st 2019: 

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11/20/19
Wine Down Wednesdays

Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month
October to February
5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.

Enjoy Wine, Beverages & Appetizers provided by our very own Kitchen Chef

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11/21/19
Financial Management Series for Existing Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/21/19
Lunch Mob - Feather Falls Brewing Company


Join us at Feather Falls Brewing Company to enjoy delicious food while participating in this casual networking opportunity.
Attendance is free, but we encourage attendees to support the hosting restaurant by purchasing lunch during the event.

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11/21/19
 -11/23/19
Theatre on the Ridge presents "Bright Star"

On the Eve of the Camp Fire Anniversary, this beautiful show seems the perfect fit to commemorate and remember all we have endured and survived, and celebrate our resilience as we continue on the journey forward with our hopes and dreams for the future of Paradise and “all its name implies.” By way of comparison to our current struggles, Bright Star tells a story of lives torn apart and made whole again, a perfect balance of wide-eyed optimism, folksy humor, love, heartbreaking loss, and the strength and resilience to overcome it.

Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. When literary editor Alice Murphy meets a young soldier just home from World War II, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past – and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tight in its grasp, Bright Star is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.

Performances
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
November 7 - November 23
7:30 p.m. Curtain
Sunday Matinees
November 10, 17 & 24
2:00 p.m. Curtain
 
Ticket Prices
$16 General
$20 Reserved

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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11/22/19
Thanksgiving Dinner


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11/23/19
Ceremony for Rex Buress

This ceremony is taking place to honor Rex Buress's life. There will be videos playing showcasing his work inside the Lake Oroville Visitor Center, and his son will present a biography of Rex's life.

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11/23/19
Christmas Preview

Stroll the historic streets of downtown Oroville Saturday, November 23rd, from 4-8pm. Enjoy the crisp air & all the wonderful things the Holiday season brings. Participating stores will showcase new arrivals & refreshments! Join us in welcoming the Christmas season.

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11/23/19
People for Pets Party


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11/24/19
Theatre on the Ridge presents

On the Eve of the Camp Fire Anniversary, this beautiful show seems the perfect fit to commemorate and remember all we have endured and survived, and celebrate our resilience as we continue on the journey forward with our hopes and dreams for the future of Paradise and “all its name implies.” By way of comparison to our current struggles, Bright Star tells a story of lives torn apart and made whole again, a perfect balance of wide-eyed optimism, folksy humor, love, heartbreaking loss, and the strength and resilience to overcome it.

Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s. When literary editor Alice Murphy meets a young soldier just home from World War II, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past – and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tight in its grasp, Bright Star is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.

Performances
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
November 7 - November 23
7:30 p.m. Curtain
Sunday Matinees
November 10, 17 & 24
2:00 p.m. Curtain
 
Ticket Prices
$16 General
$20 Reserved

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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11/26/19
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses - 4 Weeks Series

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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11/30/19
Small Business Saturday

We've got big plans for the 10th #SmallBizSat, and we want you to be a part of them! #ShopSmall with us on Nov 30 and support our business and our community. You will pick up your event passport at The Downtown Oroville Office, then visit all the shops participating and get your Christmas shopping done local! Completed passports can be returned to the Downtown Oroville Office to win prizes!

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