Look at that! Top billing at the Tehama County Museum’s 38th Annual Jubilee.
If you like a good old-fashioned fair, not too big but with plenty to do for old and young, then the Jubilee was the place to be today.
I was their featured author, and I had a table inside the air-conditioned annex (lucky me!) where I talked to local folks and sold and signed books.
You can tell from this array of signs that there was plenty going on, and that wasn’t the half of it. I was sitting next to the Fiber Arts ladies, who were spinning away on their spinning wheels, making yarn to craft a shawl.
There were craft booths, a pancake breakfast, a picnic lunch, vintage trucks and tractors, raffle prizes, an art show from Corning High School, and plenty of toe-tapping music. Something for everyone!
Here are a few pictures:
The Tehama County Museum, in the town of Tehama, just over the Sacramento River from Los Molinos. I hope you all know where Tehama County is. (I have to admit that I didn’t until I moved to Northern California.)
Every county needs a jail.
Ladies, start your spinning wheels!
Look at those beauties! Vintage trucks on display.
History comes alive at the Tehama County Museum!