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    • LOCAL LIBATIONS INCLUDING BEER, WINE, MILK & COFFEE

    • FOOD FOR THOUGHT

    • GARDENING. EVENTS. TRAVEL. SHOPPING. MEET YOUR MAKERS.

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EDIBLE EVENTS SUMMER 2013

If you have an event in late September through December, tell us the details and we will publish it in the Winter edition of Edible Shasta-Butte magazine.
Send information to info@edibleshastabutte.com by August 15.

 If you have an event during the run of the Summer edition, let us know about it and we will publish it immediately on our web-site and promote it via our Facebook pages.

 

Saturday, June 22, 11am–4pm. The Butte County Historical Society presents the 3rd Annual Olive Festival: Celebrate the Olive! Olive and olive oil tasting, beer tasting, live music. Tour the house that olives built. Location: Ehmann home, corner of Lincoln and Robinson sts, Oroville. Info: buttecountyhistoricalsociety.org

Tuesdays: June 25, July 10, 16, 23, 6:30–9pm. Ann Leon offers theme-focused cooking classes through June and July. In order, the themes are Tribute to Chez Panisse, Summer Farmers’ Market, Barbeque Magic, and Sauces. $60 per person; with alcohol $10 additional. Location: 817 Main St., Chico. Info and reservations: 530.899.1105.

Saturdays: June 22, July 27, August 24, September 21, 2:30–4:30pm. Farwood Bar & Grill offers 12 Tastes of 2013, each month featuring different local farwood_72dpiproducers. July: Hickman Family Vineyard, Turri Farms, Orland Farmstead Creamery. August: Bertagna Son Kissed Vineyard, Dreamcatcher Ranch (whole pig?), Pedrozo Dairy. September: Alger Vineyards, Divide Ranch, Pedrozo Dairy. Tastings are $10/taster. Location: 705 5th St., Orland. Info at farwoodbarandgrill.com; 530. 865.9900.

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Saturdays: July 13, August 10, September 14, 6:30–9:30pm. Second Saturday at the Lucero Olive Oil Milllucero_72dpi  showcases local products with free vendor samplings. The September event includes a case sale. Appetizer buffets provided by Farwood Bar and Grill of Orland; tickets $25, per person, can be purchased at the mill. Location: 2120 Loleta Ave, Corning. Info: lucerooliveoil.com/events 

Wednesday, July 31, 5:30 pm. Chico Seed Lending Library hosts a summer produce swap and interest-sharing meeting. The group plans a fall launch of a seed library at Butte County Library’s Chico branch. Bring your garden produce and swap it out with other home gardeners, or just come with interest and ideas for the new seed lending library. Free. Location: 1108 Sherman Ave, Chico. Info: facebook page of Chico Seed Lending Library, and chicoseedlibrary@gmail.com

newclairvauxss_72dpiFriday, August 2, 5:30-8:00 pmNew Clairvaux Vineyard’s Blessing of the Grapes offers thanks for their growth and anticipates their harvest. Plan to come early to secure parking—500-800 attendees are expected. During the whole weekend, the Vineyard celebrates the release of their Albariño wine. Location: 7th and C sts, Vina. Info: newclairvauxvineyard.com.

UC Cooperative Extension is offering Food Preserving Workshops . . . Friday August 9, 4-7pmWater Bath CanningSaturday August 10, 9:30-1:30 ♦ Pressure Canning; and Saturday September 7: 10-1pm ♦ Food Dehydration. $15 each session. Shasta College, Main Campus, 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Room 822, Redding. Info: 530.224.4900 or 530.224.4367.

raisetheroof_72dpiSaturday, August 3, 12:30-4:30 pm. Raise the Roof BBQ to raise funds to put a shade cover on the current metal frame. On offer for the $20 admission fee are Dream Catcher Ranch roasted whole pig and BBQ by A&R Meats; roasted Farmers’ Market veggies; watermelon mint salad, cheese by Orland Farmstead Creamery; bow tie pasta capresse by Wholesome Goods Store; heirloom tomatoes, basil; a free non-alcoholic beverage; and more. Plus there is a Beer Garden: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Feather Falls IPA for $4 per glass. Special “How To Brew Your Own” with tastings for $1 per taste. Must be 21 to enter and enjoy! Frontier Village Farmer’s Market, 645 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff.

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Friday, September 6, 5:30-8:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8, 11am -5pm. New Clairvaux Vineyard celebrates the release of Aimée Primitivo and Aimée Finito. Small plate pairings on Friday. Complimentary Tastings. Location: 7th and C sts, Vina. Info: newclairvauxvineyard.com.

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Sunday, September 8, 10 to 3pm. Spend a Day on the Farm: Giacomini Ranch Event. Tours of the ranch, cooking demo: how to cook 2 lesser known cuts of beef. It’s a potluck. Beer and wine from local brewery and winery will be on sale. The main dish prepared by guest chef is $5. This glorious location at Hat Creek has fishing and overnight camping. This event is promoted by Shasta-Cascade Slow Food and Weston A.Price, and supported by Dakaro Cellars Winery, Fall River Brewing, KCNR, and others.

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Throughout September. Chico Natural Foods Co-op, along with other natural food co-ops nationally, sponsors Eat Local, America!, a month-long initiative that both celebrates local food producers and encourages eaters to support them. Join Beth Hunter, the force behind the Co-op Kitchen’s delicious food, in discovering easy ways to cook local! September 21st, 12-2pm, at The Galley (551 Country Drive). Info: chiconatural.com/ela. 818 Main St, Chico. chiconatural.com/ela

Saturday, October 5, 10−noon. Pumpkin Contest. Over 75 contestants hav entered to “Grow a Giant Pumpkin.” Prizes are awarded in several categories. Free! Mendon Nursery, 5424 Foster Road, Paradise (1/2 mile south of Pearson). Phone: 530.877.7341. mendonnursery@att.net.

Saturday, October 5, 5pm. Shasta College hosts its 4th Annual Harvest Fest: Bids, Bites, and Brews, a fund-raiser for the Agriculture, Horticulture, Equipment Operations and Natural Resources programs. Farm tours, live music, local food, and auctions. Tickets $25 in advance and $35 at the door, available at the Shasta College Foundation Office, or on-line at: brownpapertickets.com/event/400160. Info: 530.242.7560 or ejimenez@shastacollege.edu. Shasta College Farm. 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding.

Saturday, October 5, 11-5pm. The annual Manton Apple Festival. Join the festivities in Manton and then visit the wineries for wine tasting!

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Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 9-11. 7th Annual Free Plant Exchange.  Pilgrim Congregational Church, UCC located at 2850 Foothill Blvd., (near Manzanita School) – off Eureka Way at Almond Ave. If you have extra/unwanted plants that are too good to toss in the green waste container, but don’t know how else to use them,  bring them to the Exchange.  Some people bring plants while others take them to new homes.  You don’t have to bring or take, just come and see if there are any plants that interest you.  If so, they’re yours – free!  Last year people brought pick-up loads of great plants left over from perennial dividing.  Others donated iris divisions – in individually marked plastic bags.  There were annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, fruit trees, berries, succulents, grasses, herbs, ground covers and house plants. Not only did people bring/take plants, they had a good time ‘talking garden’.  Contact Pilgrim Congregational Church, 530-243-3121.  

Saturday & Sunday, October 12 & 13. 8th Annual Sierra Oro Farm Trail Passport Weekend. With nearly thirty wineries and specialty farms throughout Butte County participating, the theme for this agri-tourism adventure is “Taste. Tour. Toast.” Passports cost $25 per person and may be purchased at any Tri Counties Bank in Butte County, the Chico, Paradise and Oroville Chambers of Commerce or online at www.sierraoro.org. Info: 530.891.5556; 800.852.8570. 

Saturday, December 14, 10-4pm. Winter Crush Event at the Lucero Mill, 2120 Loleta Avenue, Corning. Tour the mill and witness the annual citrus olive oil crush. Taste the fresh olive oil being made right before you eyes. Live music performances and a vendor market place highlighting local artisan producers, eateries and more than 10 local microbreweries. Also cooking demonstrations hosted by four local chefs. A “kid’s zone” will occupy children with jewelry making, bag decorating, olive branch crowns, and coloring. Info: lucerooliveoil.com; 877.330.2190; events@lucerooliveoil.com

 


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