The 2nd Annual Hat Creek Beer, Food and Wine Festival, Day at the Ranch, will be held Saturday, September 9th from 1 pm to 8 pm at the Hat Creek Hereford Ranch RV Park and Campground, 17855 Doty Road, Hat Creek! This event is providing a unique opportunity to showcase the fruits of our local area and to help numerous local non-profit organizations.
Taste local food appetizers from Anna’s Country Kitchen, Crumbs and JJ’s, and sample local beer from Fall River Brewing, Lost Coast and others as well as local wines from Dakaro, Churn Creek Cellars and Alpen Cellars.
We will have four local bands playing music throughout the day, as well as having four ranch tours. You can purchase meals at one of the three local food vendors, purchase beer from the Intermountain Heritage Foundation beer booth, or a non-alcoholic beverage from Mayers Intermountain Healthcare Foundation. The Hat Creek Volunteer Fire Department will be selling ice cream and root beer floats. The Corn Hole Tournament will support Rotary of Burney-Fall River and the Horseshoe Tournament proceeds will support the Burney Pool.
Youngsters can enjoy swimming, fishing (with a permit), face painting, music and great local food. There are numerous booths featuring local artisans showcasing their wares.
Please bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy the local music provided by Alex Colvin, Burney Mountain Boys, the Smokin’ Roaches and California Country.
Major sponsors are Pit River Casino, Hat Creek Construction and Tri-Counties Bank, Burney branch. The event is hosted by Hat Creek Grown Grass fed beef, Hat Creek Hereford Ranch RV Park and Campground and Mesa Productions.
A portion of the proceeds from this Day at the Ranch will go to support the Intermountain Fair Heritage Foundation. All ages are welcome! Tickets for those 21 and older are $25 purchased at one of these locations: http://hatcreekfoodfestival.tix.com or visit the store at Hat Creek Hereford Ranch Campgound, or go to the website of Hat Creek Grown. Tickets can be purchased for $35 the day of the event.
We have one or two spaces left for local artisans to display their wares, if you are interested, please call Pam Giacomini at 530-335-7016.