Things get a little sassy-squatch in Willow Creek this Saturday, Sept. 5. at the annual Bigfoot Days, the event that honors the hairy biped (free). You know, the elusive dude with the size-22 shoe? He's pretty shy, Yeti probably will make an appearance waving from someone's truck in the parade as it rolls down Highway 299 at 10 a.m. (between Ray's Food Place and the Patriot gas station). Follow the procession down to the football field at Trinity Valley Elementary School for more full-footed fun at 10:30 a.m. Vendor booths, live music, kid's events, a deep pit barbecue and more await you there. Over at the Willow Creek-China Flat Museum, which houses the impressive Bigfoot Exhibit and lots of souvenirs, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with ice cream and pie at the ice cream social. Kids 10 and under get free cones! Hoping for sharp shot of Sasquatch? You might have to settle for a blurry photobomb — he's that kind of guy. But bring a camera just in case.