Grebe Festival Headquarters is located at the Almanor Recreation Center at 102 Meadowbrook Loop in Chester.
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Looking for a way to give back to the Grebe Festival?
Plumas Audubon is seeking volunteers to help make this event run safely and smoothly. You can help in one or several roles, with a variety of tasks to choose from. Check out our volunteering page to learn more.
When you become a sponsor, you support a fun, engaging event that draws tourists from across California and showcases our region’s extraordinary natural beauty. Your donation helps pay for boat rentals, venue rental, catering costs, permit and insurance fees, printing costs, and more of the bits and pieces required to put on a great festival. Make your business or organization more visible during the festival while supporting wildlife education and conservation in our area, ecotourism in the Almanor Basin, and Plumas Audubon’s ongoing research into nesting grebe populations.
All sponsorships are tax-deductible contributions.
Sponsorship Levels (Sponsor Perks are explained in our Form below)
Download Sponsor Form for more information. HERE
2017 Festival Sponsors
Clark's Grebe Sponsors
Western Grebe Sponsors
Horned Grebe Sponsors
Eared Grebe Sponsors
Tim O’brien Realty, Coldwell Banker
Pied-billed Grebe Sponsors
First Place: Autumn, Mrs. Bainbridge’s class, Chester Elementary
Second Place: Zia Cressy, Plumas Charter School
Third Place: Matthew, Mrs. Bainbridge’s class, Chester Elementary
First Place: Jace Bradile, Plumas Charter School
Second Place: William Nelson, Plumas Charter School
Third Place: Morgan Joseph, Plumas Charter School
First Place: Samantha Hymas, Plumas Charter School
Second Place: Tara O’Brien, Plumas Charter School
Third Place: Lucy Joseph, Plumas Charter School
First Place: Oisin Gallegher, Plumas Charter School
First Place: Julia Heng, Mrs. Tantardino’s class, Chester Elementary
Second Place: Gianna Tantardino, Mrs. Tantardino’s class, Chester Elementary
Third Place: Arron Garrett, Mrs. Tantardino’s class, Chester Elementary
First Place: Elizabeth Higgins, Quincy High School