Siskiyou, South County, Yreka

No Shortage Of Entertainment In Siskiyou This First Weekend Of October

Wow, the summer of 2022 is coming to a close and many great oppertunities have landed on this weekend. So here is a brief list and locations with some information so you can stay connected, stay informed.

Maybe Lotta Crabtree, who captivated the Miner Street saloons and other Gold Rush towns in the mid-1800s. She loved Yreka and is frequently seen prowling downtown, wearing her long, flowing dress, very very late at night and wouldn't miss a chance to sing one of her famous songs–if the crowd might be interested.

Friday September 30th 2022

Etna High School Homecoming Parade

1:00 PM Down Town Etna

Game Etna Vs. Weed

Kickoff 6:30PM

Mount Shasta Vs. Fall River

@ Mount Shasta High School

Kickoff 5:30PM

Siskiyou Historic Tours ~ Ghost Tour


7:00PM Meet in front of the Elks Club Building, corner of Miner and Oregon Street, to see all of the other ghosts that might turn out.

Please wear an appropriate costume and bring a light.

This tour is sponsored by the Sisk. Co. Hist. Soc., which requests a $5 donation for insurance.

Saturday October 1st 2022

9:00 AM @ Fort Jones Walker Field Baseball Park

Scott Valley Lions Club Kick off the day with Food & Crafts, car show, Raffle prizes

10:00AM – 3:00PM @ Siskiyou County Museum in Yreka

Friends of the Museum presenting Family Fun Day. Smokey The Bear, YHS Guitar Group, Yreka Fire Dept. Antique fire truck, Back Country Horseman, Officer Shawn Gordon will once again be demonstrating his blacksmithing skills.

and Burgers & Hotdogs

12:00PM – 6:00PM Jefferson Center for the Arts

Mount Shasta

General Admission $25 โ†’ General Admission w/out beer $15 โ†’ Kids 10 and under FREE Admission gets you a commemorative Oktoberfest beer stein and a ticket for your first beer! $15 tix w/out mug and beer ticket.

Artisans – Entertainment – Steinholding Competition – Dance Lessons – Kids Area – Raffle

4:00PM Siskiyou Historic Tour ~ Evergreen Cemetery

Yreka, CA

Drive to the end of Evergreen St. and park in the center of of the cemetery. We will talk about cemeteries through the ages, tombstone symbolism, fascinating Siskiyou people buried here and much much more!

5:00PM Rebuilding Klamath River Community Hall Benefit Dinner

Montague Community Center

216 11th St. Montague

5:00PM – 7:00PM Etna FFA Dinner Auction

6:30PM Live Auction

Etna High School Gym

The Etna FFA Dinner Auction is back for its 33rd year Mark your calendars and tickets will be out soon to an FFA Member near you! If you would like to donate an item please contact us! Some of the proceeds will help us attend the National Convention in Indy and our Washington DC trip! Thank you for your support!

Sunday October 2nd 2022

Siskiyou Historic Tours ~ St. Joseph's Cemetery


Drive to the end of E. Miner St. and park near the entrance gate.

Being a Catholic cemetery there are many difference between it and Protestant cemeteries (such as Evergreen).

The Irish, Italian and Portuguese cultures brought many interesting aspects to American life, including burial practices.

The Sisk. Co. Hist. Soc. sponsors these tours and requests a $5 donation. Hope to see you at these tours!

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