The Paradise Chamber of Commerce all Camp Fire related events

There is a full list of events that are observing the one year anniversary of the Camp Fire that the Paradise Chamber of Commerce released.

Posted: Nov 4, 2019 8:58 AM
Updated: Nov 8, 2019 9:50 AM

There is a full list of events that are observing the one year anniversary of the Camp Fire that the Paradise Chamber of Commerce released. For the full details of each event, CLICK HERE.

November 3: Paradise Symphony Orchestra Presents "Our New World"

November 4: Inside the Megafire, PBS-NOVA film screening

November 5: Town of Paradise Community Meeting

November 7:

  • Theatre On the Ridge presents "Bright Star"
  • Comin' On Strong, a free community cookout, live music, signup for free thanksgiving turkeys.
  • Paradise on Ice, Paradise Ice Rink opening at noon.
  • California Banjo Extravaganza, 8th annual benefit concert
  • Theatre On the Ridge presents "Bright Star" will continue through Nov. 24.

November 8:

  • Camp Fire Memorial at Magalia Community Church
  • 85 seconds of United Silence, at 11:08 a.m. all of Butte County, will unite during 85 seconds of silence.
  • Phoenix Key Project Tribute Reveal
  • Camp Fire Remembrance: Chico City Plaza
  • Paradise Commemoration Ceremony
  • Paradise of Flags to Honor Camp Fire Fallen
  • Town of Paradise Building Resource Center Grand Opening
  • Ground Breaking - Hope Plaza
  • Community Meal - World Central Kitchen
  • Camp Fire Art Display
  • Symbolic bird release in Chico City Plaza
  • Remembrance and Healing Service, and Potluck, 6 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 544 N. Shasta Street

November 9:

  • Adventist Health Remembrance Worship Service
  • Adventist Health Feather River Camp Fire Remembrance Event
  • The Ridge Lives On: Remembrance & Celebration Fair
  • We Stand Together, family fair, bounce houses, food and more.

November 10:

  • Camp Fire Art Display
  • Joy Will Find a Way: Experience Butte County's Resilience Through the Arts

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