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Last year, it was a heat wave that hit the North State, while this year rain fell all day at the Weaverville Lions Club Rib/Chili Cookoff and Golf Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 21. But that didn’t faze the cook-off contestants, golfers, workers or spectators for a fun-filled day at the Trinity Alps Golf Course and Country Club.
At 8 a.m., as the cooking contestants began arriving, the first task was to put up their pop-up tents to help give some relief from the rain. Then, they began to light their barbecues and smokers. The golfers, on the other hand, had to weather the rain.
By 9 a.m., the cook-off judges had inspected all the uncooked ribs, and the barbecuing and chili-making began. Quickly, the different smells of wood smoke filled the air. The aroma of the different ribs cooking began making the outside cooking area of the Golf Course irresistible. Unfortunately, the rainy weather kept spectators from walking around the cooking area to watch as these masters of barbecuing and smoking did their magic.
The North Fork Grange will host the 13th annual Trinity County Harvest Festival at the Highland Art Center meadow, 691 Main St. in downtown Weaverville. This Autumn in the Alps event is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.
Vendors provide artwork, crafts, specialty food products and other merchandise.
THS Alumni golf Oct. 1
A Trinity High School Alumni Golf Tournament will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Trinity Alps Golf and Country Club, 160 Golf Course Drive, Weaverville.
Your $50 registration fee includes a personal Wolfpack caddy, fabulous Wolfpack burger and the chance to win a $10,000 cash prize for a hole-in-one!
A cool breeze wafted into Trinity County on Saturday, June 18, bringing lively notes of jazz for the Arts Council Spring Brunch at the Trinity Alps Golf and Country Club in Weaverville.