The Bounty of Butte County is an annual event that takes place each fall. Butte County businesses congregate at Sank Park during this fun-filled event to reveal all of the gems that are contained in the area. As soon as the gates open, eager samplers enter the park to enjoy a feast Templeton would faint over.
Maisie Jane’s and Tin Roof Bread Company came over from Chico for the 2013 event. A variety of beer and wines are a regular feature of the popular function, and for those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages water and soda typically available.
In honor of the Salmon Festival, Salmon Sliders are often served. There are also other delicious choices, such as chili and sandwiches. Treats on skewers as well as fruits and veggies can be found at the festival as well.
Then there are the desserts- oh boy, the desserts! It is a bonafide guarantee that attendees will find a sweet treat that will make them happy. It is a veritable smorgasbord indeed!
There are usually even some chain businesses that get involved in the affair. Raley’s, Round Table Pizza and Taco Bell are just a few that have participated in the past. Sometimes, they have games or raffles with some pretty cool prizes.
The Bounty of Butte County is definitely an enjoyable event that enables locals and visitors alike to find out all that Butte County has to offer. And while it is mostly about the food, there are plenty of other cool things to see at the event.