Category Archives: Redding

California Street Market Hall – The Pop-up is back!

A culinary and local business pop-up offering local gourmet foods and gifts

1729 California Street at Cascade Square in Downtown Redding

November 21 – December 13

Schedule – Final Weekend, December 11-13

Friday, Saturday 8:30am – 10pm, serving food, beer & wine.  A number of new gift vendors this Saturday

Farewell Party Saturday night with DJTwitch and his crew.  Come join us!

MARCHFOURTH! Tickets on sale here all weekend.

The wildly popular Market Hall is back for another, longer period for the holidays.   It’s a place to meet friends, have coffee and pastries, lunch with colleagues and friends.

Enjoy delicious coffee, Italian pastries, sandwiches, salads, and more!  With a variety of artisan vendors that will change throughout the month.

Check here for more details as the weeks progress.

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Community Renewal  – Ÿ People Powered Ÿ –  Downtown Play Ÿ –  Public Goodwill Ÿ-  Business Focus Ÿ- Beautification

 

A musical extravaganza and winter dance party!

MarchFourth! Marching Band

Special guests the Buckhorn Mt. Stompers

Presented by Shasta Living Streets, Jefferson Public Radio, and Sierra Nevada

DATE      Sunday, December 20, 2015  

Doors 5:00pm
 – Show 6:00pm

TICKETS   purchase online at  cascadetheatre.org  or call the box office 530-243-8877 

This is an all ages show.
   Adults $25. Children 5-16 years $10.  Under 5 years free.

LOCATION  Redding Veteran’s Memorial Hall, 1605 Yuba Street, Downtown Redding.  With a big beautiful dance floor!

March Fourth Marching Band is something special, a kaleidoscope of musical and visual energy that inspires the audience in an atmosphere of celebration and joy.

This show is a big band experience not to be missed! What began as a Fat Tuesday party in Portland on March 4th 2003 appeals to audiences of all ages and musical tastes and has become one of the nation’s best live touring acts.

Special guests, The Buckhorn Mountain Stompers are a beloved local band and will add to the fun for everyone. It’s a special treat to have both bands together in this show. Band member Taylor Aglipay is a talented local musician from Trinity County who was a core member of MarchFourth, wrote some of the songs and toured with the band for ten years.

You and your friends and family will enjoy dancing and socializing on the wide wood floors, where dance parties were common in the 1950’s and 60’s.  at the Redding Veteran’s Memorial Hall

We invite you to join us!

The 5-piece percussion corps and 6-part brass section plus funky electric bass will take you on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the gypsy camps of eastern Europe to the African jungle by way of Brazil, echoing the deepest grooves of American funk, rock, and jazz then boiling it all together in cinematic fashion with high-stepping stilt-acrobatics and dazzling dancers.

Enjoy the show and help build better bikeways, trails, walkable cities and vibrant public places.

It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way

Yesterday, a person on bicycle was killed in Redding.

At Shasta Living Streets, we believe that most collisions are preventable by reducing dangerous behaviors and building streets that work for everyone.

In America, over 30,000 people die every year on our streets and highways; somehow, we have become inured to these daily tragedies and accept them as inevitable. Programs like Vision Zero say, “Wait a minute, these deaths are preventable. We don’t have to accept this—better infrastructure and better policies can stop the slaughter.” What’s more, Vision Zero programs have been shown to work.

Better infrastructure like protected bike lanes are the cornerstone of any Vision Zero program. Make no mistake, protected bike lanes work:

And better infrastructure doesn’t benefit just people on bikes:

  • When protected bike lanes are installed in New York City, injury crashes for all road users (drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists) typically drop by 40 percent and by more than 50 percent in some locations. [source: Memorandum on Bike Lanes, City of New York, Office of the Mayor, 21 March 2011]

Better bicycle infrastructure also has many proven economic benefits, but we will discuss that another time. The fact is that we can do better. We should do better.

Let’s not shy away from excellence. Let’s not turn our back on the deaths. Let’s work together to built streets that work better for people who walk, bike, and drive.

A National Champion, a local Superstar and riders of all ages and abilities

The Shasta Jamboree was a great success this year!   So many enthusiastic, smiling riders – of all ages and abilities!  Every year gets better.

Thank you to all the volunteers from the Shasta Wheelmen, Shasta Living Streets, Shasta Historical Society, Red Lion Hotel Redding, and the Fall River Burney Bicycle Association.

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Remi McManus, former US National Road Race Champion, rode in the Super Century.  Guess what? – he loved riding here!

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Local superstar Steven Mills rode the Super Century on a single-speed mountain bike and smiled the whole way!

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And so many other riders of all ages and abilities enjoyed riding in the Millville Plains and Lassen Foothills.

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It’s great to work with The Shasta Wheelmen to put on the five rides for the Jamboree each fall for local riders and visitors to Redding and Shasta County.

We look forward to next year – when we can do this all again!

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Help us extend the river trail network and enhance river access

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Shasta Living Streets, The Fly Shop, The Civic Auditorium, Turtle Bay have teamed up to support The City of Redding to scope and implement improvements along the riverfront west of the Sundial Bridge.   

We are asking our members and customers, partners and friends to join us and take a simple step to build a community-contribution fund that will support City of Redding trail and boat ramp improvement project.

This fund will be used to develop improvements that build on our current assets, address specific challenges, and make improvements today that will benefit families and businesses in the near term, while also creating a legacy for our community into the future.

You can help extend the river trail network and enhance river access

More information HERE

Enjoy the trail and then stop by for food, music and activities

Redding Trails were voted one of the top five trail in the nation to enjoy cycling!

SUNDAY ON THE TRAIL

Sunday, October 11, noon until 5:30 pm

at Lake Redding Park Pavilion and Gazebo

Lunch and Treats

Enjoy Bruciante Wood Fired Pizza & Lagunitas! 

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Also – Kettle Corn, Italian Sodas, & Wine

Activities for Families

The Dancing Fish and the Eagle Mascot! – Freedom from Training Wheels activities for Parents and the littlest riders – Watercolor mural painting for children – Creative face painting

Local businesses and organizations will share the many ways to enjoy an active lifestyle and our beautiful trails 

The Bike Shop  Friends of the Coleman Fish Hatchery
Village Cycle Friends of the Redding Eagles
Headwaters Adventures kayaking Parent Magazine
Shasta Paddlers Iamwell Lifestyle & Fitness
Shasta Paddlers Shasta Support Service
Mt Lassen Art Center City of Redding Recreation
First 5 Shasta Cyclopedia

Sunday on the Trail is a part of a series of events in Redding and Shasta County to showcase excellence in outdoor living.       Reignite your Passion – Just Ride

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Octoberfest at Carnegie’s

Beer saved the world, Bicycles are next!  

Join us for some Octoberfest fun.

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Here’s a chance to wear your favorite liederhausen!

 

 

We will have sausages and Carnegie’s famous potato salad and local brew.

Carnegie’s Restaurant

1600 Oregon Street, Downtown Redding

Friday, October 9, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Watch the Remembrance Ride of over 300 motorcycles roll by – it’s the start of Big Bike Weekend!

This is also an opportunity to pre-register for one of the Shasta Jamboree Rides on Saturday morning.

Partial proceeds support Shasta Living Streets.

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Pop-Up Living Streets and Market Hall, Sept 17, 18, 19

Innovation – Community Renewal – People Powered – Downtown Play – Public Goodwill – Business Focus – Beautification – Transformation 

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This is a three-day event only.

Mark your calendars for September 17, 18, 19

Be sure to come by and enjoy for a morning coffee, lunch, or for one of the evening receptions each day.

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It’s fun and creative – we are working together and trying out new things.  The collaborative businesses and groups are excited about the benefits of a vibrant downtown Redding with safe and inviting spaces for walking, bicycling and social interaction that supports local businesses.

WHAT IS THIS EVENT?
It’s a temporary, community-led project to look at downtown Redding from the perspective of community members and business owners and pilot new ways to build the community we want – today!

We will get creative, share new ideas and create immeasurable goodwill for local businesses and the downtown district.

The three-day event includes

  • A people-friendly outdoor seating area creating a parklet and a bicycle corral, with other living streets features such as creative wayfinding signs.  This is a public park, and is open all day to the public.
  • A culinary and local business pop-up offering local gourmet foods and gifts.  The Market Hall will be open from 7:30 a.m to 10:00 p.m. each day, with breakfast, lunch, and an evening reception each day.

ITS A COLLABORATIVE DOWNTOWN PROJECT

  • Enjoy Magazine feature article:  Experiencing Pop-Ups and Parklets in Downtown Redding  Move over Portlandia. Step aside, Seattle. Redding is about to adopt some urban vibe. For three days in September, a trio of coordinators and a host of believers will transform and showcase a few tiny downtown spaces in hopes of making big marks on the urban scene.
  • Worldwide Park(ing) day is Friday September 18.
  • Downtown Transportation Planning Public Outreach meeting the following week, Sept 24th. This project helps support the planning process for downtown improvements. downtownreddingtransportationplan.com
  • Viva Downtown Beer and Wine Festival in the Market Street Promenade, Saturday, Sept 19.

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Organizations Leading this project:  Shasta Living Streets, Enjoy The Store and Cascade Square

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Architect:  Ryan Russell Studio

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Major Sponsors:  Dignity Health, Mix 101, Enjoy Magazine, Aztec Construction

Participating Businesses include: (in)dwelling, Amarte Salon & Spa, California Street Shop, Dulceblomma Floral Design, Scout Coffee, Carnegie’s Restaurant, Tantardini’s Bakery-Deli, Sierra Nevada, Premiere Catering, Carousel, View 202, Spoon Me, Cicada Cantina, O’Leery’s Irish Pub, Cicada Cantina, Moseley Family Cellers, LUCY Hair Enhancement, Foundry Square, Kateley & Kristiansson, Inc., Red Arrow Media, Sierra Pacific, Sierra Pacific Windows, Healthy Shasta, Spoon Me, J & A Food Service, Shasta Historical Society, and more!

Thank you! to City of Redding and Caltrans District 2 for collaboratively working with us on this first-ever parklet on a Caltrans managed roadway!

Graphic parklet images courtesy of  Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition and the Active Streets LA participatory planning program.  

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US & GET INVOLVED
If you would like to be involved in the build-out of the parklet and other features over the next few weeks, contact Anne at athomas@shastalivingstreets.org

 

MARKET HALL PARKLET POP-UP EVENT
THURSDAY-SATURDAY, SEPT. 17-19, 2015
1729 CALIFORNIA STREET

MORE INFORMATION

Call (530) 246-4687 EXT. 4  

Email Anne at  athomas@shastalivingstreets.org

BIG BIKE WEEKEND, 2nd weekend in October

Reignite Your Passion  – Just Ride!

October 9-12, 2015 in Redding and Shasta County

ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

THURSDAY October 8 

Show & Shine and Early Registration  

6-8:00 pm, location TBA.  Sign up for Big Bike Weekend or register for the Shasta Jamboree Rides. Motorcyclists and cyclists can pick-up pre-registration packets, check-out the vendors, meet friends and have a nice meal. Show & Shine is a free event and is open to all.

FRIDAY  October 9  

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All day Exhibitors and Vendors along Redding Rancheria Road and in the events center;  The Green Light Remembrance Ride Honoring Fallen Officers, Fire Fighters and First Responders. Starts with amixer at 4:30pm. Event registration required; Live entertainment starts at 7pm.  More information:  Motorcycle events and activities

Beer, Brauts & Bicycles, at Carnegie’s

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Beer saved the world, Bicycles are next!  

Join us for some Octoberfest fun.  Watch the Remembrance Ride of over 300 motorcycles roll by on Oregon Street.  Register for the Shasta Jamboree Rides.  4 p.m. to 9 p.m.  1600 Oregon Street.

SATURDAY – October 10

Shasta Jamboree Rides  

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Ride in the foothills of Mt Lassen along country roads in oak woodlands, the Manton Valley, and ponderosa pine and cedar forests.   Spectacular vistas of surrounding mountains around every bend.  Experience challenging ascents and spectacular descents, or choose a shorter ride with gentle rolling hills.  Get inspired – watch the Jamboree video and Register Today at shastawheelmen.org

FreshFire_SLSAmong other Jamboree highlights, Fresh Fire Grill provides your after-ride meal!   Delicious food conveniently located near the ride end the after party will include entertainment and local beer.

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All day Exhibitors and Vendors along Redding Rancheria Road and in the events center;  1:00 pm, Strongman Competition and Exhibition.  Sanctioned by United States Strongman. Event center stage; Wicked Wahines perform on the event center stage; Veterans Honor Ride/$10,000 Poker Run. Open to paid registrants; and Self-Guided rides or ride with a Road Captain.  More information:  Motorcycle events and activities

Shasta Lake City, Clair Engle Park 

10:00am – 4:00pm.  Vetran’s Honor Ride, Poker Run Check-In, Motorcycle Swap Meet, Bicycle Swap Meet, Local Food Vendors, Live Music.   More info: Shasta Lake Chamber,  530.275.7497

Shasta Speedway Grudge Racing and Auto Races 

Grudge Racing 5:30-6:30; Auto Races 6:30-8; Burn Out Contest for Motorcyclists 8-8:30; Motorcycle Drags at Redding Drag Strip. Open to all street legal bikes. Time TBA; Charlie Brechtel Band Concert 9-10:30.  One Ticket for all activities. Ticket price TBA.

SUNDAY October 11

Sunday on the Trail 

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Enjoy a morning on the trail, then stop by and enjoy Bruciante Wood Fired Pizza music,  and a cold beer.  Trail related businesses will share the many ways to enjoy an active lifestyle and our beautiful trails.  Lake Redding Park Pavilion & Gazebo  noon – 4 p.m.

Shasta Speedway Grudge Racing and Auto Races 

Swap Meet 8:00 am; Bike Games 10:00 am; Hot Laps 1p (10 lap maximum. $5 per lap)

Win-River Resort & Casino

Breakfast Ride/Raffle Run 9:00 am.  Registration required.

HOTEL PROMOTIONS

Red Lion Hotels
1830 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA
530-221-8700
2 Queens: $95/night, plus tax
Free High-Speed Wireless, Microwave & Refrigerator
Less than 15 Minutes from Win-River Resort & Casino
Reservations may be made by calling 530-221-8700 and request Big Bike Weekend rate or book your reservation online make your reservation onlineReference the Big Bike Weekend group rate. Rates are good through September 23, 2015.

Gaia Hotel & Spa
4125 Riverside Drive, Anderson, CA
530-365-7077
King or 2 Queens: $99/night, plus tax
Free High-Speed Wireless, Microwave & Refrigerator
Less than 15 Minutes from Win-River Resort & Casino
Reservations may be made by calling 530-265-7077 and request Big Bike Weekend rate or book your reservation online make your reservation onlineReference the Big Bike Weekend group rate. Rates are good through September 15, 2015.

Win-River Resort & Casino
2100 Redding Rancheria Road, Redding, CA
530-243-3377
Deluxe King or 2 Queens: $129/night, plus tax
RV Parking with Hook Ups on site
Free High-Speed Internet, Refrigerator
Great restaurants/gaming and host location for this year’s event!
Call 866-460-7456 or your reservations online

Big Bike Weekend is presented by Win-River Resort & Casino and event sponsors:  Visit Redding, NorthState Studios, Record Searchlight, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, Long Hair Collision Works, BeastUp Energy Drink, FPV Solutions, Tri Counties Bank, Redding Harley-Davidson, Bleachers, Healthy Shasta.

 

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Bike to Happy Hour, Aug 28

Join us

We are supporting Redding Beer Week with a Happy Hour event for you!  Ride your bike over and meet friends for some friendly conversation and good brew.  Driving, walking, skateboarding . . . that’s fine too.  Everyone’s welcome!

Friday, August 28th 4-9 p.m. at Carnegie’s

1600 Oregon Street

  • public balance cropWin a PUBLIC Kids Balance Bike for your favorite young rider!
  • Check out the plans for Downtown Redding Living Streets Pop-Up and Market Hall, Sept 17, 18, 19
  • Learn more about Big Bike Weekend, October 8-12
  • Register for the Shasta Jamboree Rides, October 10
  • We will also share opportunities for you to provide input to City of Redding for improvements to your bike commute, and to provide input to Caltrans for their Cycling Guide

Part of Redding Beer Week

Partial proceeds support Shasta Living Streets

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