The sixth annual No One Should Go Hungry Benefit Concert and Street Fair is set for Saturday, May 9, at the Douglas City Fire Hall. It is a day full of music, food and fun.
Ravenswood Upon the Gleann Celtic Gathering and Market Faire will return to Weaverville Saturday and Sunday, May 2-3.
The North Fork Grange in Junction City will celebrate the 22nd annual May Faire on Saturday, May 2, and the sixth annual Mikkola Horseshoe Tournament on Sunday, May 3.
Water-saving gardening ideas were shared, and there were kids crafts workshops focusing on crafts related to pollinators, Saturday, during The Plant and Seed Exchange. In addition to the many plants, seeds and starts for free or exchange, plant starts were sold as fundraisers for the Young Family Ranch. There were donations of plants from Plotzke ACE Hardware, CVS Pharmacy and Tops Super Foods. The event was sponsored by the Trinity County Resource Conservation District, University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners program and CalFresh Nutrition program.
Workshops, kids crafts and information exchanges are just a few of the events planned for the seventh annual Plant and Seed Exchange from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at the historic Young Family Ranch in Weaverville.
The eighth annual Hayfork Wine and Cheese Gala sponsored by the Watershed Center and Hayfork Rotary Club is set to take place 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. May 16 at the Trinity County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $30 presale, $35 at the door.
Studio 299 Center for the Arts, in conjunction with Creekside Arts and Education, will host the 2015 Wildlife Fest in Willow Creek on Saturday, March 28. This free event is family friendly, with something for wildlife lovers of all ages.
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El sesenta y nueve por ciento de los hispanos van a la universidad inmediatamente después de graduarse de la escuela secundaria, una tasa mayor que la de la población en general. (NAPS)
A backup generator can make a big difference to your home and family in a power outage.(NAPS)