The next is an inventory of Valentine’s Day-inspired occasions going down beginning on the 13th Feb in Chico and Oroville.
On Friday 13th, be at Omega Nu’s Valentine Bunco in Oroville.
Right here, Omega Nu of Oroville will host its annual Valentine Bunco. Tickets are $15 for the video games that can begin at 7 p.m. at Oroville Sports activities Membership, 2600 Oro Dam Blvd. Doorways will open at 6:30 p.m. There will probably be prizes and a chance to win a hind quarter of beef.
To make reservations, name Laurie Simpson, 533-0921.
On February 13, be prepared for pet love and kitten kisses in Chico.
The eighth annual Pet Love and Kitten Kisses Valentine’s dinner is on Feb. 13 and it is a main fundraiser for Butte Humane Society. “It is Solely Superstition” is the theme and individuals ought to put on fortunate charms. There will probably be door prizes, raffles, silent and numerous dwell auctions, together with a dessert public sale and an public sale for weekend getaways. The Mahoneys will present musical leisure. The night, to be at Chico Masonic Household Heart, 1110 W. East Ave., will begin at 6 p.m. A selection of tri-tip or pasta primavera is obtainable for dinner, together with Italian aspect dishes. Tickets are $60 bought upfront. No tickets will probably be offered on the door.
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On February 14 – the large night time – be sure you’re at Oroville Rotary’s Roundup.
On Valentine’s night time, Oroville Rotary will host its 23rd annual Rotary Roundup on Feb. 14 at Municipal Auditorium. Doorways will open at 6 p.m. with a silent public sale. A Cattlemen’s Dinner will probably be served at 7 p.m. and music by Cottonwood will begin at eight p.m. Tickets bought upfront are $25 per individual and out there at Tri Counties Financial institution and Butte Neighborhood Financial institution in Oroville or by any midday membership Oroville Rotarian. That is the membership’s largest fundraiser and proceeds will probably be used to fund its neighborhood initiatives.
After all, you do not need to miss the girls and boys membership’s Valentine Gala in Chico.
It is a 10th annual Valentine’s Gala held to profit the Boys and Ladies Membership of the North Valley will happen Feb. 14 in Bell Memorial Union at Chico State College. The night will provide eating, leisure by the Wildcat Jazz Ensemble, dancing to the music of disc jockey Greg Scott and a number of other auctions. Tickets are $85 and the deadline to buy them is Friday.
A silent public sale will showcase a wide range of services and products, from diamonds to spa packages to sport sport tickets and crusing journeys. A dwell public sale will characteristic such objects as a sport fishing journey to Mexico and a Hawaiian getaway, studying how one can blow glass and internet hosting a celebration in a wine cave.
With proceeds from the Gala and different non-public fundraising, the Boys & Ladies Membership plans to proceed the event of its arts initiative, in addition to different instructional applications that profit greater than 2,500 youth ages six to 18 after college at eight websites in Chico, Paradise, Magalia and Oroville.
To order seating, contact Debbie LaPlant Moseley at 899-0335 ext. 210
Then there’s the Historic Society’s Valentine’s Day Tea in Oroville.
Butte County Historic Society may have its first Valentine’s Day Tea on Feb. 14 at two occasions, 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tea will probably be served with scones, jellies, tea sandwiches and desserts. Shelly Blanchei of T. Tea Bar Fusion Cafe will converse at each seatings. Historic garments from the society’s vaults will probably be displayed in the course of the occasion. Every 90-minute seating is proscribed to 48 folks, on the Ehmann Dwelling, 1480 Lincoln. Tickets are $20 and could also be bought by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope with a examine payable to BCHS, P.O. Field 2195, Oroville, CA 95965.
For info, contact Pat Pascale at 589-2591.
Do not fancy that? Why not attend the Girls’s Membership’s Valentine Dance in Chico?
Chico Girls’s Membership will host a Valentine Dance with open mic session for all ages Feb. 14. Individuals might deliver their favourite CDs and costume up. Between open mic classes, folks might learn their favourite love poem or story. The membership will provide champagne, glowing juice and desserts. Tickets are $5-$10 per individual. Proceeds will assist pay for chairs not too long ago bought by the membership.
If that is not for you, there’s the Sustainability Ball in Chico.
The third annual Sustainability Ball will probably be held Feb. 14 on the Park Tower Pavilion, 2040 Park Ave. The theme of this 12 months’s occasion is “Love the Earth Too,” and can embody a vegetarian four-course meal, cooked and served by college students with visitor chef David Guzzetti. There will probably be a silent public sale, a no-host bar, and performances by the brand new musical duo, MaMuse and Electrical Circus. Tickets are $20 and out there at Lyon’s Books till Feb. 13. Restricted tickets will probably be out there on the door. A desk of eight seats comes with a two free bottles of wine for $160. The fundraiser helps the scholars at Chico State and Butte Faculty of their native and regional sustainability efforts.
Not for you? Revisit My Humorous Valentine! at Chico State College
A Valentine’s Day fundraiser, My Humorous Valentine!, for the Chico State Music Division will probably be held at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14 within the Harlen Adams Theatre on campus. Chico State’s Rocky Winslow will carry out his new composition, “She’s Simply Dreaming,” in addition to different Valentine’s favorites together with “You Stepped Out of a Dream,” “The Very Considered You,” and “My FoolishHeart.” He’ll be joined by Grant Levin, Greg D’Augelli, Dan Kinkle and different visitor artists. Advance tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and $6 for college kids and youngsters. Add $2 on the door.
For those who’d quite hear some lovely voices on Valentine’s Day, why not attend one of many singing Valentine providers?
The Bidwell Generals, Chico Chapter of the Barbershop Concord Society, will carry out Singing Valentines on Feb. 13 and Feb. 14. They may go to companies, houses, eating places wherever a purchaser desires them to carry out. They may do two love songs and current a flower association or sweet. The associated fee is $40.
For particulars and to make a reservation, name 342-6973.
As a substitute you could favor the sounds of the Foothills Refrain.
Feb. 13 and 14, barbershop quartets will fan out throughout Butte County to ship “Singing Valentines” to lots of of sweethearts in workplaces, eating places, colleges, and houses. Quartets belong to the Sound of the Foothills Refrain from Paradise, a chapter of the 34,000-member Barbershop Concord Society, headquartered in Nashville, Tenn. A typical Singing Valentine will embody supply of two songs, sung in barbershop concord, by 4 males in tuxedos. They’re going to additionally embody a small reward and a customized card with the sender’s sentiments for $40.