Redbud Theatre continues its 2015 season with “Cowgirls,” a musical comedy with book by Betsy Howie, music and lyrics by Mary Murfitt. With weekend shows through May 17, “Cowgirls” is a fun show for the entire family in the great Redbud tradition.
Hayfork Elementary School will host a Book Fair from 5 p.m. to the last patron on Thursday, May 7, at Critser Hall, HES gym. Funds raised will help purchase books for the school library as well as classroom libraries. Family, faculty and the community are invited to attend this fun event that inspires children to become lifelong readers.
Farmers Markets: Weaverville, 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays at the Highland Art Center meadow, 691 Main St. Opens May 13.
Marilyn Kilpatrick and husband Marlow have moved 24 times — not to stay one step ahead of the law, but just to experience what was over the next hill. They bought their home in Fort Jones, near Yreka, in 1995 and have happily amalgamated into the community. They recognized paradise when they found it. They don’t plan to ever leave.
The Wine-Y Painters will be marching into May and up the hill to paint Hopper’s “Light House Hill” from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 9, at the Highland Art Center, Studio G. Come and enjoy a painting adventure in a fun and totally supported environment.
The first Trinity County Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Exposition is set for 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 7, at Weaverville Elementary School.
The monthly Art Cruise in Weaverville, sponsored by the Trinity County Arts Council, takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, May 2.
Arianna Reiter and 2nd Story will play at 6:15 p.m.
Circus Nature will be entertaining the kids throughout the day.
Volunteers gather food items during last year’s No One Should Go Hungry Benefit Concert and Street Fair. This year’s event is Saturday, May 9.
Trinity Lake, held back by Trinity Dam.
The cast of “Cowgirls,” at Camp Kimtu Cookhouse near Veterans Park in Willow Creek.
With the help of Watkins Tree Service, the Lewiston Lions Club installed a light on the flag pole at the Community Center. They also put a light on the flag at the Lewiston Cemetery. The lights were purchased with the proceeds from the “Pennies for Projects” jars that are located at The Twisted River Cafe, The Plug & Jug Market, Maxwell’s Market, The Lewiston Mini Mart and Mountain Valley Grill. So if you have been saving pennies for years and don’t want to roll them, deposit them in one of the jars.
Clockwise from left, Hussian Al-Attiyeh, Kimberly Werner, Braven Franklin, Lori Coker, Lori Taylor and Caden Nevling all enjoying time in the Junction City School garden.