Calendar of Events - Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce
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May Virtual Coffee Connection
05/05/21
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Events in the month of February 2021
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2/3/2021
February Virtual Coffee Connection



Drink coffee and join us as we network with our fellow community business leaders and take this opportunity to promote your business. There will be also be a raffle for all who attend. RSVP below to receive the Zoom link.

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2/5/2021
 -3/1/2021
Girls on the Run of the North State

Girls on the Run - a leading after-school social emotional curriculum for girls in 3rd-8th grades is planning to RUN this spring 2021.

Our program will begin the week of March 1st and registration will open Tuesday, February 2 at 6:00 AM on a first come - first serve basis.

At a time when the youth of the North State are trying to figure out how to make sense of the world we are living in - Girls on the Run's curriculum is needed more than ever.

Our program is NOT canceled. It continues to provide young girls a safe, positive and 'normal' place to connect with peers, build confidence and learn critical life-skills to help them navigate their world.

Thanks to more than 50 dedicated volunteer coaches throughout the North State Girls on the Run will be able to serve more than 300 girls this spring.

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2/5/2021
Eagles Auxiliary Rummage Sale


Huge rummage sale at the FOE 196 Main Hall; 2010 Montgomery St., Oroville (corner of Myers & Montgomery). 10am-3pm, Friday & Saturday. We will have a wide variety of items for you to shop from.
All proceeds benefit the City of Hope.
This event is open to the public. Masks required.

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2/5/2021
Tom Power Live at Purple Line Winery


Live Music with the very talented
Tom Power 6-8pm
Tom is very always a favorite at Purple Line. Everywhere he plays the crowd loves him.
We open at 4pm
You can text table reservations to
370-8384
The Vibe kitchen is open 4-8:30pm
No cover

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2/7/2021
Drive-Up BBQ Tri-Tip Fundraiser


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2/7/2021
Wood Sign Paint and Sip


This was so delightful last month, we're painting on wood signs again! Come sip delicious local wine and make this February Sunday afternoon painting session a chance to connect with a friend or make a gift for someone you love. 💞 You are welcome to change up the design with different colors, details, or even your own quote if you please... whatever your creativity calls for.
$40 includes your 17” wood sign with wire hanger, all painting materials and your first glass of wine. Oh, and we'll use transfer paper to make painting the lettering much easier! Artist or not you'll enjoy relaxed atmosphere and simple instruction to guide your creative experience.

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2/8/2021
 -2/11/2021
KOYO Media Project


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2/9/2021
Soul Sessions Through The Eyes of Us


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2/10/2021
Oroville Chamber Board Meeting - Oroville Fire Presentation


Oroville Fire service discussion and presentation on FB LIVE tomorrow 2/10/2021 at 3:00 pm. The Oroville Chamber of Commerce will hear a live presentation from the city administrator Bill LaGrone on this important topic. The Chamber Board will have a Q & A. This presentation will not be open for publc comment at the meeting.

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2/10/2021
Personal Peace Institute for Youth


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2/10/2021
Personal Peace Institute


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2/11/2021
Bedrock Park & Brad Freeman Trail Enhancement Workshop


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2/11/2021
Business Preparedness Workshop


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2/11/2021
Financial Literacy Workshop For Teens


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2/11/2021
Hewitt Park Renovation Workshop


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2/12/2021
Check In Before The Weekend Co-Ed Group


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2/13/2021
Watercolor Painting Class by Anna Olson


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2/13/2021
Galantine's Day! Shop, Sip, and Win!

Join Downtown Oroville in celebrating Galentine’s Day 2021! Make it a fun-filled day with good food and shopping. Start by grabbing a coffee at Mug Shots or JC Java with your besties, then heading off to do some shopping in your favorite boutiques!

Participating stores will be raffling off a bottle of local wine or chocolates, with a minimum purchase of $20! Select shops will be offering refreshments, special savings, and additional raffle items.

After you’ve worked up an appetite head to one of Downtown Oroville’s delicious eateries to refuel and grab a cocktail.

Participating Businesses & and Raffle Items:
Kusel’s Big Store – Wine
Tiny Hinies – Wine
Gallery Interiors – Wine
Well Worn – Wine
Red Fly – Wine
Lunatic Fringe – Chocolate
Gold City Vintage – Wine
Bird Street Vendors – Chocolate


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2/13/2021
 -2/14/2021
Valentine's Weekend


2/13 Valentine Dinner and Live Music with Jeff King of DRIVER 6-9pm
2/14 Valentine Lunch and Dinner special

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2/13/2021
Tabletop Restaurant Valentine's Day Dinner


Feather RIver Gypsies will also be playing live.

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2/15/2021
 -2/18/2021
KOYO Media Project


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2/16/2021
YMCA Blood Drive at the Oroville Auditorium


The Oroville YMCA will be hosting a blood drive with Vitalant at the Oroville Municipal Auditorium! This event will be the Oroville Y's first of many events and programs in the Auditorium, stay posted for more!
Tuesday, February 16; 2 – 6 p.m.
Municipal Auditorium - 1200 Myers Street, Oroville
Face mask/covering required to donate.
Appointments requested for social distancing.
To make an appointment, go to donors.vitalant.org & enter Blood Drive Code SMFT189 or call Vitalant at 530.893.5433.
Please complete your Fast Track Health History the day of your donation on your
Smartphone or computer at vitalant.org/health.
Please bring a photo ID. Please eat well & drink plenty of water prior to donating.
16-year-olds require a signed Parent Consent Form available at vitalant.org/Resources/Donor-Forms

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2/17/2021
Drive-By Breakfast


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2/17/2021
Top 10 HR Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them


Did you know that legal claims brought against employers typically result in spending approximately $250,000 to fight or settle the accusation? Even if the employer has done no wrong! 

Business owners and leaders “don’t know what they don’t know” about employment law.

Some employers make seemingly minor employment decisions only to find out the hard way there was an unknown nuance to their action when they thought they were doing the right thing.  

Join us for a 90 minute presentation to avoid costly employment law mistakes, reduce your exposure to risk, and create a strong and positive workplace culture. 


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2/17/2021
Personal Peace Institute for Youth


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2/17/2021
Personal Peace Institute


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2/18/2021
Sierra Pacific Industries Virtual Career Fair


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2/18/2021
Harassment Prevention for Supervisors


Did you know?

Senate Bill 778 requires all California employers with 5 or more employees to provide Harassment Prevention Training to all employees, both supervisory and non-supervisory by JANUARY 1, 2021?

Combs Consulting Facilitators and Harassment Prevention Course Content meets the requirements provided by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing to comply with SB778.


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2/18/2021
Financial Literacy Workshop For Teens


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2/18/2021
3rd Thursday History Talk

3rd Thursday History Talk
February 18, 2021
Mug Shots Coffeehouse
2040 Montgomery St., Oroville
5:30 pm Light Dinner and Dessert $8.00
6:00 pm Speaker - Alberta Tracy, The Lady of Butte County
Portraying - Euphrasia Chevalier

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2/18/2021
KIXE PBS Presents Il PopUp Mr Soul!


KIXE PBS Presents Indie Lens PopUp Mr Soul! Screening and Discussion

About this Event

Before Oprah and Arsenio, there was Mr. SOUL! From 1968 to 1973, the public television variety show SOUL! offered an unfiltered, uncompromising celebration of Black literature, poetry, music, and politics, capturing a critical moment in culture whose impact continues to resonate today.

Livestream panel Q&A to follow the film. Panelists:

Bobby Jones, Executive Director African American Family and Cultural Center

Endiyalinn Jackson-Hill, Creator and Producer of "In Need of a Lil' TWE" Radio

Eddie McAllister, Facilitator of A Beloved Community

Click here to join! https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/z1udg


 

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2/19/2021
Check In Before The Weekend Co-Ed Group


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2/19/2021
Feather River Gypsies at Purple Line Winery


Purple Line is excited to welcome back
The talented Feather River Gypsies to the Barrel Room.
The perfect Friday night music to just chill have some wine or a cold beer and just enjoy the end of the week and the start of a great weekend.
We open at 4pm and the music gets going at 6pm
text 370-8384 to reserve a table or just take your chances.
We have some awesome yummy eats coming out of the Vibe Grill and Pub so you should plan on having some dinner and try it out.
Don't forget we always have TO GO
for at
www.purplelinewinery.com
Click Vibe for menu

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2/19/2021
Family Game Night


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2/20/2021
Bedrock Park & Brad Freeman Trail Enhancement Workshop


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2/20/2021
Hewitt Park Renovation Workshop


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2/22/2021
 -2/25/2021
KOYO Media Project


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2/23/2021
Cybersecurity for Your Business - Webinar

Cybersecurity is a critical piece of all businesses, especially small businesses. Most business owners do not understand Cybersecurity, let alone new technologies to keep their businesses safe from cyber threats. During this webinar, we will provide some definitions to help you understand what cybersecurity is, why cybersecurity is important for small businesses, and review data security and consumer privacy, which small businesses may be legally required to follow.  Focus will also include various types of cyber-attacks, ways of protecting your small business from cyber threats (cyber defense), strategies and resources for developing and implementing cybersecurity plans, frameworks, policies and contacts related to cybercrime reporting, Federal agencies, and related resources to use in meeting your cybersecurity needs.
 
Instructions: When you register for this webinar, a webinar link will be emailed to you prior to the event.
This training is an online webinar Only.

 

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2/23/2021
Soul Sessions Through The Eyes of Us


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2/24/2021
Personal Peace Institute for Youth


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2/24/2021
Personal Peace Institute


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2/25/2021
Financial Literacy Workshop For Teens


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2/26/2021
Check In Before The Weekend Co-Ed Group


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2/27/2021
 -2/28/2021
Museum Weekend


Explore Butte County is your host for Butte County Museum Weekend, February 27 & 28, 2021. Join us ONLINE for FREE Virtual Events all weekend.
Butte County boasts dozens of museums, galleries and theatres. While all have closed to the public due to COVID, many have created new and exciting content so visitors can still experience these gems virtually. We invite you to enjoy their virtual offerings during Butte County Museum Weekend!

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2/27/2021
MTB Group Ride


All levels welcome, but it is an off-road trail ride.

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