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Electronic
¡Cumbiatron!
Friday April 28th 2017 at Full Circle Brewing Co. in #DowntownFresno ¡CUMBIATRON! Electro Latin Party: The Worlds Best Dance Music With DJ's El Selectòr, Del Toro Don & Dog Plasma Performance by the El Selector Imaginary Big Band featuring percussionist Matty Segura $10 // All Ages // 8pm-1am
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Community Event, Benefit/Fundraiser, Animals, Fair/Festival
2017 Cat House on the Kings Spring Open House
Twice a year, the Cat House on the Kings opens its doors for a fundraising event: guided tours of its 12-acre cat rescue and sanctuary along the Kings River in Parlier. There will be music, food for purchase, a silent auction, raffles … and all the cats and kittens you could ever hope to pet and play with. This is a family-friendly event. Admission is a donation (cash/check, canned cat food, dry cat food, litter, paper towels, bleach, pine cleaner).
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Children, Family/Child, Special Event
27th Annual Dia De Los Niños
Join us as we celebrate a day for children. This year’s event will celebrate the youth of Visalia and will include fun interactive games and activities. There will be dance performances, live music and readings, prizes, fitness activities and more. This event is a great reminder that children are our community’s most precious resource. Admission is free, some activity fees may apply.
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Social Event
28th Annual California Family Business Awards
Join the Institute for Family Business in recognizing local family businesses at the 28th Annual California Family Business Awards. Reception 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Awards & Dinner 7:00 p.m to 8:30 p.m. Presented by Chase. RSVP by May 5, 2017 by calling 559.278.5662 or emailing Lfew@csufresno.edu. Keynote Speaker will be Lorna Roush from Schultz Ranch Inc.
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Fair/Festival, For the Family
3rd Annual Kerman Almond Festival
FREE EVENT: Live Entertainment, Food, Almond Baking Contest, Kids Zone, Coloring Contest, Car Show, Arts & Crafts, Photo Competition, Wine Tasting, VFW Beer Booth, and More! FREE Kids Zone: Host of Heavens Stables Petting Zoo & Pony Rides, Reptile Ron Animal Presentations, Kids Games, Bounce Houses
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Running
5K Bubble Fun Run for Asthma Awareness
The 5k Bubble Fun Run is a chance for local community members to get together and show their support in the fight against asthma. The main goal is to attract people directly affected by the disease as well as family, friends, and others who wish to build healthier communities. The event features a 5K fun run or walk with complimentary snacks and water, a free t-shirt, bubbles, music, prizes and tons of family fun.
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Gardening
5th Annual Night in the Garden
Willow Gardens Nursery holds its fifth annual Night in the Garden event. Visitors can walk the nursery grounds. There will also be local vendors, a potting seminar from 6:30-7pm, and 20% off most purchases. Attendees will also receive complimentary Willow Gardens wine glass.
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Art Show
9066: Japanese-American Voices from the Inside
This exhibition, whose displays open Feb. 19, commemorates the 75th anniversary of the World War II incarceration of Japanese-Americans – as per President Franklin Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066, signed Feb. 19, 1942 – with a focus on those from the San Joaquin Valley. Highlights include “Art of Survival: Enduring the Turmoil of Tule Lake,” a traveling exhibition in the Leon S. Peters Ellipse Gallery through April 9, featuring San Diego artist Wendy Maruyama’s 11' x 4' Tag Project stack of ID tag reproductions from Tule Lake; “Connecting the Pieces: Dialogues on the Amache Archaeology Collection,” a traveling exhibition through April 30 in the Pete P. Peters Ellipse Balcony Gallery, featuring Robert Ogata’s drawings from the Gila River War Relocation Center; and the main display, which runs through June 2 in the Special Collections Research Center’s Woodward Family Reading Room, with artworks by Reiko Fujii, Judy Shintani and Patricia Wakida, poetry by Violet de Cristoforo, elaborate architectural renderings of an imagined Fresno Assembly Center, objects made and used in the camps, profiles of individual families, and a special section on the military contributions of Japanese-Americans during Wold War II from the Go For Broke National Education Center in Los Angeles. Also, there will be a display of children’s books about the internment in the Arne Nixon Center for the Study of Children’s Literature, on the 3rd Floor South Wing. The opening reception will take place from 2-4 pm Feb. 19 in the Leon S. Peters Ellipse Gallery.
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Benefit/Fundraiser
9th Annual John Paul Magao Memorial Ride
JOHN PAUL MAGAO MEMORIAL MOTORCYCLE RIDE & VENDOR SHOW June 10, 2017 Welcome to our 9th Annual Motorcycle Ride Fundraiser. This is a Motorcycle Run AND we are adding Vendor Booths this year! This EVENT is OPEN to the PUBLIC. Join us for LUNCH and SHOP from all the VENDORS Supporting our EVENT! Motorcycle Registration 8 AM, Ride Starts 10 AM Vendor Booths: 8 AM- 2PM Booth REGISTRATION FORMS can be downloaded from www.johnmagaoscholarship.org Venue Information LOCATION: Plaza Park Ballpark #5- Visalia, CA S. Plaza Drive across Wyndham Hotel next to the Dog Park
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Talks/Lectures
A Buddhist Monk Speaks about Universal Realities, Impermanence, and Suffering
Ven. Bhikkhu Ananda has taught Dharma and meditation for over 10 years and he is head monk at the largest Theravada monastary in India
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