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NEW YEAR'S EVE BLACK TIE BALL AT ANSELMO VINEYARDS
By | 11/22/2013
Start 2014 with style!Dress your best and join in the fun at Anselmo Vineyards' annual New Year's Eve Black Tie Ball. The Anselmos have built a beautiful winery and event destination in the Inwood Valley just east of Redding, and are opening their conservatory to throw the event of the year- well, two years, technically! This high class, delightful night is a great reason to dust off your formalwear... and an even better reason to buy something new. Chef Jon will prepare a gourmet, six course meal, there will be plenty of wine (of course), and a champagne toast at midnight....  Read More
A REDDING THANKSGIVING - HOLIDAY INN
By | 11/22/2013
Here's another option for those visiting Redding this Thanksgiving or locals looking for an alternative dining table: let the chefs at the Holiday Inn do all the work! Thanksgiving Day Buffet, 11 am - 6 pm Adults: $19.95 Seniors: $17.95 Kids: $12.95 (0-4 are free) Carving Station: Turkey with gravy, pinapple glaze sauce, mashed potatoes, dressing, sweet potatoes, veggies, dinner rolls Salad Bar Dessert: pumpkin, apple, or pecan pie, chocolate mousse, assorted cheesecakes. Reservations recommended but not required, walk-ins are welcome. Make your reservations today by calling 530-226-8490.See you at the dinner table!  Read More
REDDING WELCOMES JIM GAFFIGAN: THE WHITE BREAD TOUR
By | 11/22/2013
"Just looked in the mirror and sneezed. Now I'm afraid I might be allergic to handsome." "Clearly Brussels sprouts are some kind of cruel joke by God." "Bedtime conversation with my 7 yr old son... Son: Dad, can you die from eating poop? Me: I think so, yes. Son: Uh oh. Me: Why? Son: No reason." "I can't wait to find out what I'll feel horrible about next week." "I'd shave my head but I don't feel like looking like a potato." And so it goes, when you're in the company (or on the Twitter feed) of Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling comedian and New York Times bestselling...  Read More
A REDDING THANKSGIVING AT WIN RIVER
By | 11/22/2013
Visiting Redding this Thanksgiving? If your friends and family don't all fit around the table, why not let Win River do all the work this year so everyone can relax and focus on giving thanks? Join them for their Thanksgiving Buffet Thursday, November 28! Noon- 8 pm Adult $24.95 Child$8.95   Carving Station Roast Breast of Turkey with Pan Gravy and Cranberry-Orange Sauce Baked Ham with Pineapple Glaze Steamed Clams   Buffet Roasted Salmon with Lemon Dill Cream Sauce Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes Maple Sweet Potatoes with Candied PecansTraditional Bread Stuffing Sauteed Blue Lake Green Beans with Almonds Smoked Norwegian Salmon, Cream Cheese and Bagels Green...  Read More
CHRISTMAS TREE CUTTING
By | 11/22/2013
The crunch of snow underfoot, the smell of fresh pine, the satisfaction of taking Christmas into your own hands.... If you haven't cut your own Christmas tree in one of the beautiful forests surrounding Redding, this is your year! Sure, there's something nostalgic about the classic 'parking lot tree lot', with its temporary strings of lights, cold father-son team selling and strapping firs to cars ranging from capably large to questionably compact, and of course the last minute Christmas Eve price drops. But how much more fragrant and agreeable will your tree be when you get it right from the source?...  Read More
HOLIDAY PARTY 2
By | 11/22/2013
They call it "the holiday party with people you like", and it ensures that at the end of the season, you won't have just a half-hearted office party and awkward family gift exchange to show for your festivities. Holiday Party 2 offers red carpets, Hollywood lights, a dance floor, and plenty of drinks and mistletoe to go around. As the promoters see it, "through a classy, upscale party, we hope to inspire those returning to [and visiting] Redding for the holidays to take a second look at Redding as a place to stay for business and to raise a family....  Read More
A REDDING THANKSGIVING TROT
By | 11/22/2013
 Turkeys aren't the only ones on the run around Redding on Thanksgiving Day- thousands of locals and visitors will race, walk, and wheel along the river in the 28th Annual SRMC Turkey Trot! The 6 mile race or 2 mile fun run/walk has become a holiday tradition for many families and is a great way to get some fresh air and work up an appetite for The Big Meal. Put on every year by the Shasta Regional Medical Center, the Turkey Trot raises money for local organizations and last year divided $45,000 between the Good News Rescue Mission and One Safe Place....  Read More
A REDDING THANKSGIVING AT C. R. GIBBS
By | 11/19/2013
Happy November! It is hard to believe but Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. After a journey into Redding kick back and relax with family and friends and let C.R. Gibbs take all the work out of Thanksgiving. A Redding Thanksgiving meal does not get more authentic than C.R. Gibbs. A favorite for locals, C.R. Gibbs American Grille offers a variety of dishes that are sure to delight the palates of everyone in your party. With beautiful indoor and outdoor patio dining, outstanding service, and a family friendly environment C.R. Gibbs is a great location to relax with family and...  Read More
A LOCAL'S LOOK AT LASSEN
By | 09/26/2013
The Hills Are Alive Lassen Volcanic National Park is a land full of wild beauty and the many mysteries of a living landscape volcanic activity. Lassen Peak, the highest point in the park, is the largest plug dome volcano in the world. If you are an earth nerd, even just a little bit, you need to check out Lassen Volcanic National Park. What does the park offer? Karen Haner is the public information officer at Lassen Volcanic National Park and has worked at the park for 15 years. You can hear the delight and passion in her voice as she talks about working...  Read More
JOURNEY TO POTEM FALLS
By | 08/05/2013
If you are looking for adventure in the Redding area, you wont want to miss this local hangouta hidden waterfall and natural pool. Perhaps sometime in Northern California's history, Potem Falls was a secret escape for local tribes. Perhaps later a lone explorer coined the name when he stumbled upon its beauty in the midst of an exploit. In Latin, potem means to drink as if you have been commanded with force. Whether these imaginings are simply a far-fetched story or based on a true tale, Id like to think that whomever named the falls felt compelled to drink in...  Read More
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