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Lassen County Events for February

Filed under: Lassen County Events — Rod Kellar @ 9:14 pm January 28, 2015

Lassen County in February can mean beautiful scenery and fun events without the crowds. Come check us out!

Lassen Volcanic National Park “Manzanita Lake Ranger-led Snowshoe Walks”. This event is on February 1st at 1:00 PM at the Loomis Ranger Station. 1 and half to 2 hour walk, and a $1 donation is requested. Shoes are provided. Reservations are required for groups, but not for individuals or families. For more information, email lavo_information@nps.cov or call (530)595-4480.

Diamond Mountain Casino “Super Bowl Party”. February 1st at noon at the sports bar, 900 Skyline Dr. There will be $2,500 in prizes. For more information, call (530)252-1100. Or go to www.diamondmountaincasino.com.

Lassen County Cattlemen & Cattlewomen “A Taste of Beef, A Sip of Wine.” February 6th from 5:30 PM-8:30 PM at the Susanville Elks Lodge. Tickets are $25 pre-sale and $28 at the door. For more information, call (530)257-4323.

Milford Fire Department “Annual Sweetheart Dinner.” February 14th from 5:00 PM-7:30 PM at the Milford Community Center. There will be tri-tip, salad, potatoes, and dessert. For more information, call (530)253-3744.

Susanville Symphony “Return of the Red Violin Concert.” February 20th and 22nd. 7:00 PM on Friday and 2:30 PM on Saturday. This event will be held at the Susanville Assembly of God Church, 473-465 Richmond Rd. Tickets are available at Margie’s Book Nook. For more information, call (530)310-8111.

Susanville Elks Lodge “Crab Feed”. February 27th and 28th. Bar opens at 5:00 PM and dinner is at 6. For more information, call (530)257-4810.

Rod Kellar (12 Posts)

Rod Kellar is an experienced professional in the hospitality industry. He has managed several Casino and Resort facilities and is now turning his expertise to his second love of RVing. He is an avid history buff and loves the great outdoors, all of which help him promote the many spectacular attractions in and around Lassen County.