Events & Info Links

Page is arranged by location (more local to less local): TOWN or AREA includes listings for HAYFORKHYAMPOMDOWN RIVERLEWISTONSOUTHERN TRINITYTRINITY LAKEWEAVERVILLE, and WILLOW CREEK. After that, TRINITY COUNTY, NEIGHBORING COUNTIES, REGIONAL & STATEENVIRONMENT, and MISCELLANEOUSPlease email me if you find discrepancies, or have a local link you would like added! Please use reload or refresh to get the most current version of this page, as your computer may cache on older copy.  

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Info, photos, and much more. 

HAYFORK ONLINE INTERACTIVE EVENTS CALENDAR: Info on events happening in and around Hayfork. To add your class, workshop, meeting, event, show, school event, fund-raiser, etc., go to site and enter your event and related info. Once screened for accuracy, your event will appear on date of event. Screening could take a few days, so send your info as early as possible. When entering your event, they need date, time, activity, cost, location, sponsor, contact person and phone number of contact person.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTAdult education classes, calendar, daily bulletins, job listings, staff listings, etc. 

HAYFORK YOGA CENTER (6971 Highway 3, behind Hayfork Drug Store, formerly Yoga Balance). Website has info on scheduleteacher bios, and more. 

HYAMPOM.COMHistory, activities, lodging, food & restaurants, local artists, real estate, message board, and more.

BAR 717 - CAMP TRINITY(530-628-5992). Camp Trinity on Bar 717 Ranch is a non-competitive, co-educational camp located on 450 acres in the midst of the pristine wilderness of Trinity County. For over 65 years, Camp Trinity has offered children the opportunity to experience nature, develop friendships, learn new skills, and enhance their self esteem. Ranch setting provides children with many challenging and exciting opportunities to interact positively with their environment and with each other. Children are encouraged to participate in ranch activities which are of benefit to entire camp community. Activities include animal care, gardening, building projects, cooking, and more. Each child, working within the structure of the community, and with the support of experienced staff, develops a sense of competence, maturity, and responsibility towards others and towards their environment. 

RIVERSONG VILLAGE: Small, intentional community in heart of Hyampom Valley and adjacent to South Fork of Trinity River. They have a main house and 7 cabins on 4 beautiful acres. They are looking for members who are interested in simplifying their lives and living in a small, remote, rural location. They have a cabin rental business with several cabins available for overnight, weekend and weekly rentals and are also the home of Eden Botanicals.

~DOWN RIVER~ (Junction City, Big Flat, Big Bar, Del Loma area)
STRAWHOUSE COFFEE & RESORTS: (530-623-1990 or 886-902-3267, Highway 299, Big Flat). Premier organic coffee roasters on Trinty River in Trinity County. Open 7am-6pm 7 days a week. They offer triple-certified (organic, shade grown & Fair Trade) coffees. They serve food, homemade soups and chili, coffee, espresso and hot drinks, cater weddings, and offer wine tastings and gourmet barbecues on their patio overlooking Trinity River. All in a really cool straw bale building! Cottage rentals and RV spaces available on Trinity River, a destination for rafting, kayaking, salmon, and steelhead fishing. Resort has a family feel, where guests and cabin owners feel connected with the vision.

: (530-778-3823). Restaurant in Hotel is open for dinner and drinks at bar. Dinner is served Thursday - Saturday. 

OLD LEWISTON SCHOOLHOUSE LIBRARY & MUSEUM: (530-778-0111, Librarian: 778-3701, P.O. Box 729, 39 Schoolhouse Road at Turnpike Road, Lewiston, CA 96052): Library features fax & copy services, Internet access, Best Sellers and New Releases section, 24-hour book return, and 100's of newer titles by popular authors. 

~SOUTHERN TRINITY~ (Ruth, Zenia, Kettenpom, etc.)
SOUTHERN TRINITY INFO SITE: Activities & events, information, photos, maps, links, weather, tourism, businesses, calendar, etc. 

~TRINITY LAKE AREA~ (Coffee Creek, Trinity Lake, North Lake, Trinity Center, etc.)
NORTH TRINITY LAKE: Info and links to businesses, dining, lodging, directions, community calendar, education, arts & entertainment, fire info, medical services, and more.

GOLDEN AGE CENTER: (530-623-2324, 201 Browns Ranch Road, P.O. Box 1413, Weaverville, CA 96093). Info about history, operations, volunteers, nutrition, transportation, newsletter, links, etc. 

HIGHLAND ART CENTER & GALLERY: (530-623-5111). Schedule of upcoming monthly art shows, artist's receptions, and events at Art Gallery, photos, hours, membership info, and more. 

MAMMA LLAMA EATERY & CAFE: (530-623-6363, Main Street). Coffee house that features great coffee & food, recorded music, books, and gifts.

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES / TRINITY HOSPITAL(530-623-5541, P.O. Box 1229, 410 North Taylor Street, Weaverville, CA 96093-1229). Mission statement, service, clinics, medical staff, administration, board off commissioners, community updates, employment opportunities, and more. 

TRINITY ALPS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: Upcoming events, tickets, map & directions, past events, reviews, gallery, booking info, how to donate, and contact information. 

TRINITY PLAYERS: (Jim French, Board President: 530-623-8695, P.O. Box 453, Weaverville, CA 96093). Live theatre group based in Weaverville area. Board meets on first and third Thursdays at 5:15pm at Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center in Weaverville.

TRINITY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S JAKE JACKSON MEMORIAL MUSEUM: (530-623-5211). Info, calendar of events, hours, history, and more.

TRINITY THEATRE: (Ken Hill, 530-623-3555). Movie theatre with first run films on 2 screens. Admission: $7/adults, $5/children 10 & under and seniors 60 & older. Before 5:30pm is $5 bargain matinee. 

WEAVER CITY STREET RODDERS: Weaverville club info, meetings times, photos, related links, and more. 

WEAVERVILLE INFO: Directory of events, live theatre, outdoor activities, restaurants, shops, accommodations, history, and more.

WEAVERVILLE HOTEL & EMPORIUM(530-623-2222 or 800-750-8986, 203 Main Street, P.O. Box 0537, Weaverville, CA 96093). Room info & availability, amenities, attractions, history of hotel, directions, and specials.

WHITMORE INN: (530-623-2509 and 530-515-7742: cell, 761 Main Street, PO Box 1730, Weaverville, CA 96093) - Historic Inn in newly restored Victorian home in downtown historic district. Located within walking distance of museums, cafes, art galleries, shopping and much more. Available for private gatherings such as family reunions, artist/writer workshops and retreats, as well as catered parties and weddings. Historic Congregational Church is next door. Special rates for private groups and weekday individual business travelers. Wheelchair accessible, voucher for gourmet breakfast or lunch at nearby Garden Cafe, massage and Jacuzzi, free wireless internet, TV/HBO/DVD, RV & boat parking, children over 12 are welcome. Innkeeper Noelle Roget can assist with your Trinity County activities, such as river rafting, wine tasting, wilderness hiking and biking, fishing, horseback riding, and reservations for musical events and dining.

~WILLOW CREEK AREA~ (Willow Creek, Denny, Hoopa, Salyer, etc.)
HOOPA MODULAR BUILDING ENTERPRISE: (530-625-4551, Toll free: 866-344-4623, P.O. Box 1306, 151 Cal Pac Road on Highway 96, Hoopa, CA 95546). Company is wholly owned and operated by Hoopa Valley Tribe. Hoopa Modular is nowXONTAH BUILDERS.

STUDIO 299 CENTER FOR THE ARTS: (530-629-3488, P.O. Box 32, Willow Creek, CA 95527). Non-profit artist's collaborative serving Western Trinity & Eastern Humboldt counties area. Dues are $10/year. They meet at St. Joseph's Community Service Room at 5pm on first Tuesday each month. 

FISH TRINITYFishing conditions, lake & river info, regulations, photos, humor, local tackle & supplies, links, and more.

HUMAN RESPONSE NETWORK(111 Mountain View, Weaverville). Bettering lives of people in TRINITY COUNTY through advocacy, education, and programs that promote personal empowerment, peaceful coexistence, mutual respect, and access to needed services. Programs include: mentoring, Weaverville and Hayfork Youth Centers, crisis line, child abuse prevention, child care and pre-school resources, domestic violence and sexual assault assistance and services, and more.

SIX RIVERS NATIONAL FOREST(Bob Hemus, 530-627-3291). Trail information for nearly 400 miles of trails, such as if a trail is open and if it has been recently maintained. They can use volunteers to do trail maintenance.

TRINITY ROOTS: Your guide to farms, ranches and forests of Trinity County, California. Help support local agriculture and enjoy agri-tourism opportunities. They invite you to tour local vineyards, stay at a working ranch, buy fruits and vegetables fresh from the farm, pet a llama, attend an equestrian clinic or visit forest restoration projects, historic barns and heritage orchards. Listings for wineries & vineyards, farm & ranch stays, farmer's markets & local growers, livestock producers, equestrian connection, heritage orchard Project, herbs & herbal products, agricultural history, forest restoration projects, wanted, and more. They are looking for local businesses to list on website.

TRINITY RIVER RESTORATION PROGRAM: Lots of info about their various projects.


TRINITY COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER: (530-623-1370, Weaverville). Cats & dogs available for adoption. If you have a specific breed/gender/personality type of pet you are looking for, they can keep your name and description on file, and will call you if an animal fitting your description arrives at shelter. If you have a pet you can no longer keep, they can adopt it out for you for a small fee. 

TRINITY COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL (TCAC): (530-623-2760, Weaverville). TRINITY COUNTY events, fairs, festivals, WEAVERVILLE Main Street Art Gallery openings, info on local arts, programs, artists and more. 

TCAC ONLINE ARTS EVENTS CALENDAR: Find latest info on arts related events happening in and around Trinity County. To add your class, workshop, meeting, musical or theatrical event, art show, your school art event, fund-raiser, etc, go to site and enter your event and related info. Once screened for accuracy, your event will appear on date of event. Screening could take a few days, so send your info as early as possible. When entering your event, they need date, time, activity, cost, location, sponsor, contact person and phone number of contact person. Please give TCAC your feedback on how calendar is working for you. Although Susan Holthaus is no longer Director of Arts Council, she will be a volunteer administrator of calendar for awhile.

TRINITY COUNTY BLOG: Upcoming events, announcements, sports, arts, blogs, and more.

TRINITY COUNTY CALIFORNIA: TRINITY COUNTY Board of Supervisors, county and state offices, tax information, zoning information, Grand Jury reports, economic reports, Trinity Transit schedule, weather, announcements and more. You can now view Trinity County's code book of all existing ordinances on any subject. The entire code book has now been scanned into website. 

TRINITY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: (530-623-6101 or 800-487-4648, Weaverville). Trinity County visitors information.

TRINITY COUNTY COMMUNITY ACCESS MEDIA: TCCAM is an local non-profit organization providing local communities of Trinity County with access to local audio and video media.

TRINITY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS: (530-628-5223, Highway 3, Hayfork). Events schedule, contact info, and more. Trinity County FairView photos of Trinity County Fair. Trinity 

TRINITY COUNTY FREECYCLE GROUP has lots of free local free stuff! It also lists items wanted for free. You can search by zip code, and find items in local and nearby FreeCycle groups. FREECYCLE NETWORK is made up of many individual groups across the globe. It's a grassroots movement of people who are giving & getting stuff for free in their own towns. Each local group is run by a local volunteer moderator. Membership is free. To sign up, go to website, find your community, and follow instructions. FreeCycle Network was started in May 2003 to promote waste reduction in Tucson's downtown and help save desert landscape from being taken over by landfills. Network provides individuals and non-profits an electronic forum to "recycle" unwanted items. 

TRINITY COUNTY FOREST FIRE INFO: Updates, info, links, phone #'s, and more.

TRINITY COUNTY LIBRARY: (530-623-1373, Weaverville). Access their collection, as well as policies, hours, phone numbers, and services. Member of North State Cooperative Library System and Cascade Pacific Library Network. Tumblebook Library resources include Storybooks, Readables, Life Learning, Puzzles & Games, language Learning, and Audio Books. 

TRINITY COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION: TCOE calendar of student events, as well as info about Arts in the Schools, curriculum, resources, schools and more.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION - TRINITY COUNTY: (530-628-5495, FAX: 530-628-1945, P.O. Box 490, Hayfork, CA 96041). 4-H youth development, Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program, Trinity Heritage Orchard Project, calendar, current news, and more.  

REDWOOD AG: Local direct sales from farmer to buyer of food, nursery, and agricultural products. Site is a tool for sellers and buyers in Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity Counties. Buyers can search for products by type or grower. Sellers will be listing their products that are ready for distribution. The goal is to enhance communication and ease of connecting within our local food system. Encouraging local production and purchasing will be a win-win for all consumers and producers. 
They are looking for local products to list on website.

CALTRANS DISTRICT 2: (800-427-7623).  Winter maintenance info and chain control maps & requirements for North State Highways in TRINITY, LASSEN, MODOC, PLUMAS, SHASTA, SISKIYOU, and TEHAMA counties. "Snow & Ice Control Operations" includes a CalTrans Snow District Map, info on chain control, snow and ice removal procedures, and weather forecasting.

DIRECT INTERCONNECTION PROJECT(Mark Wieringa, NEPA Manager, 800-336-7288, FAX: 720-962-7263). Western Area Power Administration/TPUD project involves new proposed transmission lines and facility in TRINITY and adjacent counties. Written comments may be sent to Steve Tuggle, Natural Resources Manager, N1400, Western Area Power Administration, Sierra Nevada Region, 114 Parkshore Drive, Folsom, Ca 95630-4710 or emailed to

NoRTEC (Northern Rural Training Employment Consortium): Consortium of 9 counties that administers and services Workforce Investment Act through TOT. TRINITY COUNTY is served by Smart Business Resource Center which provides job seeker and business services.


~SHASTA COUNTY~ (Redding area)

AFTER 5 MAGAZINEMonthly news, art, and entertainment magazine. 

CASCADE THEATRE: Renovated and restored REDDING theatre is a multi-use performing arts venue.

SHASTA REGIONAL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: (530-244-1219, 1335 Arboretum Drive, Suite B, Redding, CA). Institution for charitable giving in our region. They help donors invest in causes that are important to them and they build resources for Shasta and Siskiyou counties through permanent endowments and grants. Whatever your role or charitable objective, they'll help you give back to your community.

CINEMARK THEATRES: (Recording: 530-223-7750, Office: 530-223-7755, Redding). Movie info and times for all Cinemark theatres, including one in Redding.

NORTHSTATE PUBLIC RADIO KCHO/KFPR: Station info, programming, special events, weather, and more. 

KIXE TV: Our local Channel 9 PBS station. 

OAKSONG SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF WAY COOL MUSIC: (Barry Hazle, 530-472-3065). Info on Oaksong Society bluegrass (& other) music concerts in REDDING (winter) & OAK RUN (summer).

REDDING CONVENTION CENTER: Info and tickets for concerts and shows.

REDDING SEARCHLIGHT NEWSPAPER: News, classifieds, blogs, etc. 

SHASTA COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL: Youth council, local calendar, Old City Hall Arts Center, classes, gallery, murals, membership, mini grants & scholarships, links, artists' referral, annual report, staff/board, & more.

SHASTA COLLEGE: (530-623-2231, Redding). Regular and online classes in REDDING, WEAVERVILLE, and HAYFORK, admissions info, and more. 

TURTLE BAY EXPLORATION PARK: (530-243-8850 or 1-800-887-8532, Redding).

WIN RIVER CASINO: Concerts and shows at REDDING Win River Casino.

~SISKIYOU COUNTY~ (Mt. Shasta area)
MT. SHASTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Visitor information, business support, community profile, and more.

MT. SHASTA BOARD & SKI PARK: Summer & winter events, season pass info, live mountain cam, and contact info.

SISKIYOU ARTS COUNCIL: Events, gallery openings, performances, exhibitions and shows, and more. Siskiyou County Calendar of Arts Events: Arts, drama, crafts, music, dance, books, film, and more!

DEL'ARTE THEATERA professional touring company; Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre, a professional actor-training program; Dell'Arte Youth Academy: "Education Through Art"; The Dell'Arte Mad River Festival, annual month-long summer event in Blue Lake, and much more.

HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL in THE MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM OF ART: Events, gallery openings, performances, exhibitions and shows, newsletter, press releases, announcements and arts news.

HUMBOLDT FOLKLIFE SOCIETY: Music news and ongoing events music events.

HUMBOLDT MUSIC: Listing of over 500 local musicians, plus venues, stores, recording studios and more. They have an open calendar to which anyone can post music-related activities and events.

HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITYCENTER ARTSConcerts & performances of live music, dance, theatre, performance arts, extended educationetc. Humboldt State News: Campus news, arts & entertainment, awards & accomplishments, sports, campus conditions & emergency info, obituaries, and more. : Presented by Humboldt State University Music Department and Office of Extended Education.

MATEEL COMMUNITY CENTER(Redway) - Cultural arts and music events, community jams, Reggae on the River, Humboldt Hills Hoedown, and much more.

THE NORTHCOAST JOURNAL: Weekly paper's current stories and news briefs from printed edition; music; art & movies, food, outdoors, calendar, blog and more.

~BUTTE COUNTY~ (Chico area)
ACOUSTIC COLLEGE: (Sid Lewis, 530-894-2526, 265 Humboldt Avenue, Chico, CA 95928-5764) - Independent music school founded and run by Sid Lewis. School is unique in it's focus on Folk and Acoustic music, and offers private instruction in guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and bass. Classes in songwriting and voice are also offered. Acoustic College uses the “Natural Method” of instruction, developed by Sid Lewis, which emphasizes personalized attention over text book learning and is rapidly gaining recognition as cutting edge. 

BUTTE FOLK MUSIC SOCIETY: Bluegrass and folk music events, Info & news, and calendar.

CHICO STATE UNIVERSITY: Student information, admission, acedemics, and more plus Chico State performances.


SIERRA NEVADA BIG ROOM: All ages concerts and dinners at Sierra Nevada Brewery Big Room in Chico.

CALIFORNIA BLUEGRASS ASSOCIATION (CBA): Online tickets, Hooked on Bluegrass, California bands, Events, Volunteer, Kids Lending Library, The "Breakdown", Radio Grass, Message Board, President's Message, Old-Time Rambler and more.

CALIFORNIA INDIAN BASKETWEAVER'S ASSOCIATION: CIBA yearly gathering and other events, resource directory, membership, newsletter, products, and more.

NATIONAL INTER-AGENCY FIRE CENTER (NIFC): National fire updates and information.

SCEDD (Superior California Economic Development): (618 Main Street, Weaverville, CA). Info on micro-enterprise programs, small business loans, seminars, workshops and more. 

ENVIRONMENT CALIFORNIA: An offshoot of CalPirg, this site covers environmental issues in California, and makes it easy to send email messages to Congress.

NATURE'S VOICENatural Resources Defense Council's online bulletin of environmental campaigns and victories. A beautiful, informative and useful publication that makes it easy to get breaking environmental news, catch up on BioGemscampaigns, send messages to Congress, and email your favorite articles to friends.  

ORGANIC CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION: Campaigning for Food Safety, Organic Agriculture, Fair Trade and Sustainability. They also have a 1-2x/month newsletter that you can sign up for with a lot of useful information. Help spread the word about GMOs and Organic Consumer's Association's Millions Against Monsanto Truth in Labeling CampaignTo join your local district chapter visit OCA's California State page

S.A.F.E.Dedicated to promoting healthy ecosystems through activism, education, community involvement, organizing, demonstrations, and legal remedies. The LINKS PAGE has a long list of links to local, California and national environmental organizations.

SALMON COALITION: Restoring native fisheries and well being of Trinity and Klamath Rivers. List of links and contacts for related groups and websites.

DONATE LIFE: Learn more about 
organ and tissue donation. You could save a life!

THE FORGETTING: A central hub for Alzheimer's information and support. Provides advice, resources, and opportunities for Alzheimer's families to share emotions and insights. Offers an interactive feature called The Living Center, created by MIT Media Lab, which helps relieve the stress of visiting with an Alzheimer's patient by providing stimulating and engaging activities that Alzheimer's patients will enjoy.

DARKNESS2LIGHT: Mission is to diminish incidence and impact of child sexual abuse, so that more children will grow up healthy and whole. Their programs will raise awareness of prevalence and consequences of child sexual abuse by educating adults about steps they can take to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to the reality of child sexual abuse. 

IDEA (Individuals With Disabilities Act) 2004, NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND: PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY INC. / DISABILITIES RIGHTS CALIFORNIA and ROWELL FAMILY EMPOWERMENT OF NORTHERN CA. You can attend meetings of Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) Community Advisory Committee of Trinity County. For next meeting time & location: call Jacqueline at 530-628-1931.

Here is peace project that will succeed even if it fails:

DR. RATH FOUNDATION: A wealth of alternative health information. Learn more about CODEX ALIMENTARIUS GUIDELINES FOR VITAMIN & MINERAL FOOD SUPPLEMENTS. This could cause: Removal of access to a large number of the most effective forms of safe micro-nutrients; and prevention of sale of all natural supplements without a doctor prescription. For example, you would be unable to purchase Vitamin C, Zinc, and Echinacea to fight off a common cold, without a prescription. And the price you did pay (after paying the doctor, as well) would be prescription drug prices! 


© Rachel Anderson 2013