Calendar of Events

This is where you can keep up to date on Church and Civic Activities anywhere in the KVIP listening area. To submit an item, please send full details to our Public Service Director, Ted Hering . Items must be of a non-profit nature, and are subject to review prior to inclusion on air or at our web site. Listing of events does not constitute endorsement of the event by KVIP. Our mailing address is: KVIP, 1139 Hartnell Ave., Redding, California, 96002.


Providence International CLEAN TEAM provides products and services to care for your home while giving others a job training opportunity. Free estimates and tax deductible receipts for donations, too. Call 243-3373 for information.

If you live in Anderson or Cottonwood and are unable to attend worship services Sunday mornings, Neighborhood Church of Anderson/Cottonwood has launched a new Saturday evening worship service at 6:00pm. The church is at 4684 Rhonda Rd, just south of Wal-mart.

Kevin Spencer in concert at Faith Assembly, 8595 Airport Rd., Redding. The concert is October 25th at 6:00. Info by calling 365-7181.

Simpson University Music Department presents British Choral Music and Poetry at 3:00pm on October 26th. This free event will be in the Heritage Student Center on campus, 2211 College View Drive, Redding. Information by calling 226-4507.

The Wintons in concert October 26th as Grace Presbyterian Church of Red Bluff brings them to town at 2:00pm at Antelope Elementary School, 22630 Antelope Blvd.

Vina Community Church has an AWANA Harvest Festival planned for October 30th from 6:15 to 8:00 at the church, 5th and D Streets in Vina. Fun and food for the whole family. Call 839-2340 for details.

Cow Creek Community Church invites you to their family-friendly Fall Festival at the church, 10168 Deschutes Rd., Palo Cedro from 6:30 to 8:00 on October 31st. Call 547-5483 for information.

Helping Hands Boutique supplies a gently used children’s clothing give-away November 1st from 10:00 to 2:00 as part of Trinity Lutheran Church’s ministry to the community. The church is at 1440 Hilltop Dr., Redding.

Simpson University offers two classes for senior citizens with classes beginning November 3rd. Register by November 1st for either Dottie Smith’s class on historic gold mines in Shasta County, or Folk Music of the American Peoples, taught by professor Dwayne Corbin. Info by calling 226-4146 or 226-4524.

The November meeting of Friends of the Good News Rescue Mission is November 3rd at 11:00 at Oak Grove Bible Fellowship (which meets at the Palo Cedro Seventh-day Adventist Church), 22585 Silver Lode Lane, Palo Cedro. Lunch will be provided.

Aglow Redding meets November 3rd at 6:00pm at The Stirring.

The Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair at Redding Christian Fellowship, 2157 Victor Ave. is November 7th and 8th. Friday hours are 10:00 to 5:00. Saturday 9:00 to 3:00.

The monthly UMW Thrift Shop is November 7th and 8th at First United Methodist Church, East and South Streets in Redding. Friday hours 9:00 to 4:00, Saturday 9:00 to 11:00.

The Redding Police Department and Safe City Project host a community Crime Prevention Fair in the Civic Auditorium November 13th, begging at 5:30. At 7:00, there will be another town hall meeting with Chief of Police Paoletti.

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