PO Box 704, Willow Creek, California 95573   Phone: (800) 628-5156 or (530) 629-2693   Email: info@willowcreekchamber.com

Chamber Calendar

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Thu Jul 24 08:30 - 09:30
Willow Creek CSD Reglar Board meeting

JUL
24

Thu Jul 24 12:00 - 13:30
Chow & Chat Senior Lunch

JUL
25

Fri Jul 25 15:30 - 16:30
"Strong" Exercise for Seniors

JUL
28

Mon Jul 28 15:00 - 16:30
Journaling for Health

JUL
30

Wed Jul 30 08:30 - 11:00
Willow Creek Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting

AUG
1

Fri Aug 1 15:30 - 16:30
"Strong" Exercise for Seniors

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2

Sat Aug 2 12:00 - 13:00
Story Time

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3

Sun Aug 3 08:00 - 11:00
VFW Pancake Breakfast

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4

Mon Aug 4 15:00 - 16:30
Journaling for Health

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4

Mon Aug 4 16:00 - 17:30
Museum Board Meeting

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River Fun In The Mountain Sun

Willow Creek is a rugged mountain community nestled in the heart of the Six Rivers National Forest.

Just a 45-minute drive inland is an escape from the fog and cool temperatures on the coast. But make sure you look out for Bigfoot.

Located on the border of Humboldt and Trinity Counties. State Highways 299 and 96 are our access to the outside world.

Willow Creek is a small community of 2,000 residents that was settled in the 1850s by pioneers in search of gold. At that time, the town was known as China Flat and served as a gold mining supply point.

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Dream Quest Youth Produce & More

Saturday, May 3rd was the fist day of the youth business venture, "Dream Quest Youth Produce & More." The stand will be open Saturdays from 9am-2pm in front of the Dream Quest Permaculture Garden, next door to the Willow Creek Post Office. Folks can buy fresh local organic produce and products made by youth while enjoying fresh organic coffee or tea.

Dream Quest is a local non-profit youth resource center helping youth imagine their dreams and transition into adulthood. For more information call (530) 629-3564.

 
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Dream Quest is gearing up for another great spring and summer, with exciting plans for youth and community members. There is a LOT in the works. Here are a few of the highlights.

The DQ Youth Drama Club will be presenting “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown” on the evenings of June 6th and 7th, plus a matinee on June 8th. All performances will be at the Trinity Valley Elementary Stage. Join the Peanuts gang in this fast paces, lighthearted musical. Guaranteed to please audiences of all ages! Admission prices are adults $5, youth $3. This event is being sponsored by Buddy's Auto Center. Drama Club meets weekly on Thursdays for ages 8-18 and is free.

The Dream Quest Youth Ballet will be presenting “Peter and the Wolf” mid-June, dates TBA. Performances will be free.

For water safety we will be offering LIFE GUARD TRAINING & CERTIFICATION for teens and adults at the end of June, followed by Swim Lessons in July and August, as well as the free Family River Safety Day. There is a serious shortage of certified life guards in our community, and we are hoping to train as many as nine persons.

Dream Quest offers free life jacket loan program throughout the year to anyone who would like to borrow them!

Youth and community members are invited to participate in the Dream Quest Demonstration Permaculture Garden on Saturdays from 10-2. Ages 8 & under must be accompanied by an adult. Dream Quest Teenagers will be launching a new business venture, “DQ Youth Produce & More” on May 3rd. The youth’s stand will be open Saturday mornings from 9-2 in front of the garden and offer local organic produce and youth created merchandise.

Other summer plans include a Junior Golf Clinic on June 23-27, followed by lessons and course play throughout the summer; Media Workshop; Free Lunch Program; Performing Arts Camp; Kids Zumba; Break Dance; Outdoor Youth Empowerment (rafting, backpacking, surfing); adult Zumba and plenty more.

Anyone interested in signing up for programs can stop by Dream Quest next door to the Willow Creek Post Office or phone (530) 629-3564.