April 18, 2020, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Patrick Ranch Museum
Live Music on 2 stages, Celebrity Chef Demos, Farm to Fork, Art Show. Ride the Chico Trolley with local farmers as your tour guides. Board at the transit center on W. 2nd Street every hour starting at 11am. Last trolley returns at 5 p.m.
Celebrate locally grown nuts including almonds, walnuts, pecans and pistachios.
15 of the best known local restaurants offer taste samples, over 20 wineries and breweries will pour, 15 fine food and product vendors offer great take-home gift buying opportunities, 10 fantastic bands on multiple stages perform hot jazz, bluegrass, folk, and pop music, and celebrity chefs perform cooking demonstrations. This popular afternoon of food, fine arts, friends and shaded lawns at the historic Patrick Ranch Museum is the major fundraising effort for the museum operations and maintenance.
Patrick Ranch Museum is operated by Chico Museum. The ranch, originally comprised of 600 acres, now contains 28 acres that surround the home today. Located at the confluence of the old Oroville-Chico stagecoach road and the Northern Electric Railroad line which brought electricity to the Sacramento Valley in 1906 and to the ranch in 1913, the ranch's place in history is significant. While open on a limited basis, and available for special events rental, one day it has the potential to become a featured attraction in Chico, California.
Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.