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Events available for Registration...

Casino Royale Night
9/12/2020

Registration has Closed for this event.

Event Canceled- 34th Annual Street Rod Extravaganza
9/12/2020

Registration has Closed for this event.

Merchant's Scarecrow Competition
9/26/2020 - 10/31/2020
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2020 Holiday Shopping Tour Business/Hospitality Participants & Sponsors
11/12/2020 - 11/22/2020
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7th Annual Lake Almanor Turkey Trot
11/26/2020
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Events in the next 14 days...
DateEvent
5/18/2020
 -8/31/2020
Youth Soccer Fall 2020 Online Registration

 
 

ARPD 2020 Youth Soccer Program
Now open for online registration!

 

Please Note: Due to the Covid-19 situation and its impact on families in the Lake Almanor area, we have decided to WAIVE ALL REGISTRATION FEES for the 2020 Fall Soccer Program. All players will play for free!

 

To register: Please visit the ARPD website at yourarpd.org and look for the link to the Google Registration Form.  All registration will be accepted online.  The form includes information about volunteer needs as well, and the required Liability Waiver.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER: We are hopeful that Fall Soccer will occur this year, however during this time of registration, we want to make you aware that we are still uncertain as to what may happen. We will be following the guidance of our Governor and will do what's best for the safety of our community.
Additional information will be posted regarding season dates so please visit the website regularly!


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8/8/2020
 -8/9/2020
The Bidwell House Fine Art & Craft Show

Annual Bidwell House fine art & craft show.

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8/15/2020
Running with the Bears Marathon, Half and 10K

Running with the Bears is Plumas County's brand new Boston Qualifier, and a fundraiser for foster children served by Mountain Circle Family Services. The Bears is a uniquely rural experience; goody bags, for instance, are filled with locally made products and, of course, bear bells! As runners cross the finish line, they’re greeted with an ice cold beer from a local brewery (UnderCoverAleWorks), and a massage with a view of the whole valley (juice, coffee, water and hydration drinks also available of course). It’s also one of few western races in August; higher elevations bring cooler temperatures- In 2011, the race-day low was 46 degrees, so be sure to bring your jacket! This event WILL sell out by early August, so please register early online at www.runningwiththebears.org

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8/15/2020
Fire Belles Red Hot Sale!

                  Fire Belles
                      
Red Hot
              Parking Lot Sale!
         
                  Saturday August 15th
                             7am-12pm

             Hamilton Branch Fire Station
                   3791 Big Springs Road
                           Lake Almanor

                          *Masks Required

              
    

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8/18/2020
Chester Public Utility District Board Meetings

Chester Public Utility District Board meetings occur on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 3 pm at the Chester Fire House. Community members are welcome. 

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8/19/2020
Peninsula Fire District Board Meeting

The Peninsula Fire District Board of Directors meets the third Wednesday of each month and the public is encouraged to attend all meetings. 


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8/22/2020
 -8/23/2020
Solar Cook-off and Music Festival

Live Music All Day!

Join us for this classic event!  Returning to Taylorsville Campground, the Solar Cook-off and Music Festival is an Indian Valley tradition.  Terrific live music all day at the campground with vendors, food, wine, beer and amazing bands.  

8:00 pm is a dance at the Taylorsville Historic Hall.  

Proceeds benefit wildfire mitigation and forest restoration work.  Event organized by Sierra Institute for Community and Environment. 

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