1st Annual Birds & Books Opening Mixer at Patrick Ranch
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
5:00 – 8:00 pm
10381 Midway, located between Chico & Durham
Free Admission and Parking for all festival participants and general public
Glenwood House Tour $5
Start your winter birding adventure by attending the 1st Annual Snow Goose Festival Birds & Books Opening Mixer!
Meet local and regional authors who have touched upon a wide range of subjects in our natural world. They will share their passion and sell their books.
Enjoy light refreshments featuring local products, live music, and no-host bar.
Pull up a chair in Pat’s Barn and enjoy the outstanding avian wonders of our area during the Bird Photo Slideshow. Photos submitted by our trip leaders, participants and photographers will continually show throughout the evening.
Even if you can’t make it on a field trip or attend a workshop presentation, the Birds & Books Mixer is a great place to introduce yourself and your family to the joys of birding and our natural world.
Book Door prizes will be awarded. Ample parking is available.
Art Opening & Welcome Reception
Friday, January 24, 2014
5:00 to 8:00 pm at Avenue 9 Gallery
Free to the public. Free parking
Click here for more details on Art Exhibit.
All festival attendees are invited to attend the Pacific Flyway Art & Welcome Reception, Friday, January 24, 5:00 – 8 pm. View the inspiring collection of artwork, enjoy refreshments, live music, splendid conversations, and a no-host bar. Bring a friend and meet the artists, along with fellow festival participants, presenters, and field trip leaders. This is a truly special evening you won’t want to miss!
There is ample free parking at the corner of 10th Avenue and the Esplanade, courtesy of Chico Nut Company.
“Wildlife Wonders III"
January 3 – January 25, 2014
Orland Art Center
732 4th St. Orland, CA 95963
Winter Hours: Tuesdays – Saturdays 1:00 – 6:00 pm
This show partners with California's Snow Goose Festival and features well-known Sacramento wildlife artist Jeffrey Roderick.
(Above) “Royal Reflections” by Jeffery Roderick