The C10 Intervention truck show is making its return to downtown Woodland this Labor Day weekend featuring GM and Chevy trucks from 1908 to 1998.
“Each year brings a higher level of build quality and spectator knowledge so we can’t imagine what we are going to see this year,” Visit Woodland’s website stated. “This event is all about the DIY truck guy/gal.”
The Sept. 3 and 4 show will kick things off at 7 pm Saturday with a night cruise through downtown Woodland limited to 650 trucks.
Sunday will feature an 8 am to 3 pm car show free to the public, according to the website.
“Each year the event is hosted by the C10 Club in partnership with Visit Woodland and the Woodland Hoteliers Group,” the website added.
Additionally, Visit Woodland and the hoteliers group will host a new VIP lounge that will feature a barbecue, alcoholic beverages, whiskey and tequila tastings from Father Paddy’s Pub, air-cooled tents and live music.
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Hotel Winters is hosting its Labor Day Bourbon, Blues & Barbecue from 4 to 8 pm Sunday, Sept. 4 at 12 Abbey St. in Winters.
“Celebrate Labor Day and Summer as it winds down with The Hotel Winters featuring Pinkie Rideau and The Cordon Blues Band with Jumpin Jay Cavalier,” the event’s website stated. “A classic concert and barbecue in the beautiful courtyard at The Hotel Winters.”
Tickets for the 21-and-over event start at $25 and are available by visiting eventbrite.com/e/bourbon-blues-bbq-the-hotel-winters-tickets-397268810707.
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The Pence Gallery will be holding an art auction and gala event to help raise funds so that the gallery can continue bringing an “amazing display of art year-round to the public.”
The gallery – located at 212 D St. in Davis – will be open for a free public reception from 6 to 9 pm Friday, Sept. 9.
“The best in local and regional art is offered for silent auction as an essential part of our annual art auction exhibit,” the gallery’s website stated. “This year, we will continue to offer online bidding. Preview and bid on some fantastic sculptures, paintings, photography, textiles and jewelry by more than 130 regional artists starting Sept. 3.”
All bidding will take place online at pencegallery.cbo.io.
The 6:30 to 9 pm Sept. 24 gala will charge $40 for members and $45 for nonmembers featuring food by Dos Coyotes Border Cafe, wine by Fiddlehead Cellars, beer by Sudwerk Brewery and more.
“Enjoy live music by Big Sticky Mess and bid in person on ‘reserve’ pieces exclusively available that evening,” the website added. “Chat with artists and friends while enjoying a great night of art and bidding to support the Pence. To attend the Gala, buy tickets online or at the Pence in person.”
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Woodland’s Thirsty Goat – located at 102 Main St. – will host an Emo Night event Sunday.
“Are you still just a teenage dirtbag baby?” The business’ Facebook post joked. “Do you love wearing eyeliner and teasing your hair still? It’s not just a phase, mom. We’re still feeling emo…are you too?”
The 9 pm to 1:40 am show will feature Dj Kevin Banger playing music from popular emo bands, according to the page.
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