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"In The Struggle" virtual Book Talk, Sierra Club Tehipite Chapter General Meeting via Zoom
Join us for a virtual book talk with author Daniel O'Connell as he discusses "In The Struggle: Scholars and the Fight Against Industrial Agribusiness." From the early twentieth century and across generations to the present, "In the Struggle" brings together the stories of eight politically engaged scholars, documenting their opposition to industrial-scale agribusiness in California. As the narrative unfolds, their previously censored and suppressed research and personal accounts are introduced into the public arena for the first time. In his book talk, Daniel O’Connell will describe the historic, subterranean slugfests over water rights, labor organizing, and the corruption of democratic principles and public institutions, much of which transpired in the San Joaquin Valley of California. To register and receive the Zoom link, visit
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Rap/Hip Hop
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Community Event, Food/Tasting, Parade, For the Family
11th Annual Sanger Veterans Parade
The Sanger Veterans Parade will take place on Saturday, November 6th with opening ceremonies at 10:30 am at the intersection of 7th and ’O’ Streets with the Parade beginning at 11:11 am. Downtown streets will be blocked off for a few hours on Saturday morning to allow for floats and entries to set up and follow the parade route. Please be patient and do not move barricades or drive through the route from 7am to 12:30pm. We will follow the Sanger Toyland Parade route which follows 10th Street to Academy, Academy to 7th Street, and 7th Street down to “P” Street, and back to 10th Street to disassemble. Please join us in honoring our local VETERANS! This year we will honor ALL the Branches of the Military. If you know of a deserving veteran, we will be selecting one person from EACH BRANCH of the military to be in the parade. Please submit their name, contact information, age, branch of service, years of service, and your contact information to the e-mail address below. AND, if you know of any veteran we could select as our Grand Marshal, please send a short biography and photo of your nominee to the e-mail address below before September 27, 2021. There will also be a 2021 Commemorative Challenge Coin honoring all the branches. All entries will receive one coin. Other coins are available for purchase for $10.00. The Parade Entry fee is $20.00 and it is not too late to enter! The public is invited to attend, and we would love you to show your support by coming out to honor our veterans. Let’s fill the streets of downtown Sanger and show our VETS we appreciate them! From 8am-2pm there will be Arts, Crafts, and Food booths on “N” Street between Academy and 7th Street in downtown Sanger. Proceeds will support our Sanger Veterans Parade. For booths forms and information please e-mail your information to and the forms will be sent to you. Deadline is October 12, 2021.
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Art Show, Ceramics/Pottery, Gallery, Painting
1st Saturday Three Rivers
On the 1st SATURDAY of every month, the artists, restaurants and merchants of Three Rivers, California, open their doors and invite you to join in a town-wide celebration from 11 to 5 o’clock (unless otherwise stated on Blog and Map). You can pick up a map and schedule at Kaweah Arts or the Three Rivers Historical Museum – the map shows all participating venues, art to see, locations and times for special events. A DIFFERENT artist is featured each month. There are several studios to see. EVERY MONTH is different – the best way to keep informed is to visit the website to find Food, Fun & Fabulous Art. It is updated monthly. If you are an artist and would like to show your work at the event, the cost is only $10 to participate and the deadline to enter is always the 15th of the previous month. FOR MORE INFORMATION, email or call (559) 799-1473.
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Art Show, Mixed Media, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Ceramics/Pottery, Jewelry/Gems, Photography, Sculpture
24th Annual Sacramento Arts Festival
After going virtual last year to help support festival artists during those difficult times, it is with GREAT pleasure the 24th Annual Sacramento Arts Festival announces they are coming back to an in-person festival this year. It returns Friday, November 5 through Sunday, November 7, 2021 at the newly renovated SAFE Credit Union Convention Center (formerly Sacramento Convention Center). The festival showcases the best-ever in quality, variety and one-of-a-kind arts and crafts and has become the premier art and craft show in the Central Valley and one of the top art festivals in the country. The festival features artists not only from Sacramento and surrounding areas but also from across America. The festival features over 225 of America’s best contemporary craftspeople and fine artists offering over 15,000 original works. Unlike other area fairs, the Sacramento Arts Festival is strictly juried with exhibitors selected for their originality and art quality. Attendees have the unique opportunity to observe and talk with artists who will share their creative passion and knowledge. Artists will also demonstrate their extraordinary talents on site. Visitors will see ceramics, clothing, decorative fiberworks, furniture, glass, gourd art, jewelry, leather, metalworks, paper, stone, woodworks, drawings, oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, sculpture, photography and two and three dimensional mixed media. These works are offered in all prices ranges to fit everyone’s budget. In addition to live music, festival goers can dine on Restaurant Row from great area restaurants offering a variety of delicious edibles including Greek, Indian and American cuisine. For more information please visit
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Banda MS
This 12-member brass-bassed group brings new energy to traditional Mexican music.
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Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Class/Workshop, Education
Be smoke free - Courage to Quit (Online)
Courage to Quit is an online, or telephoned, workshop using proven activities and tools to help people understand their own relationship with tobacco—and how to say good-bye to smoking for good. This 3-week program, led by Saint Agnes Respiratory Therapists, offers information, skills and support to help each attendee reach their smoke-free goals.
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Community Event
Big Fresno Fair’s “Pint for a Pass” Blood Drive
The 11th Annual Big Fresno Fair and Central California Blood Center’s “Pint for a Pass” Blood Drive is back, but now with new dates! From Wednesday, September 15 until Saturday, October 16 come out and donate blood to get a BOGO admission voucher for the 2021 Big Fresno Fair! You heard right! Donate during this timeframe at one of the Central California Blood Center’s donor center locations or mobile drives and get a BOGO Fair admission ticket voucher, plus be entered to win concert and horse racing tickets! Your blood can save up to three lives! Donation takes less than an hour – but has a lifelong impact on those saved! For more details on the event, visit For donor center locations and hours, visit
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Animals, For the Family, Religious
Blessing of the Animals
Memorial United Methodist Church, 1726 Pollasky Ave. in Clovis, will celebrate a Blessing of the Animals service on Saturday, September 25 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The service starts at 11 AM and is free, and all pets and people are welcome. Dogs, cats, birds, fish, or other pets must be safely leashed or in an enclosed pet carrier. There also will be general prayers for healing of pets who are ill and honoring the memory of pets that have passed. Pet “parents” also may bring a photo and complete a special blessing card so animals that cannot be present may be blessed by name. For more information, contact the church office at (559) 299-4615 or visit Check out Memorial on FACEBOOK, youtube.
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Brantley Gilbert
Georgia native Brantley Gilbert doesn’t just write songs, he shares from the heart the chapters of his life through music. He is adamant about the fact that the devoted “BG Nation” is made up of his friends, not fans. His sound ranges from high-energy; adrenaline fueled Southern rock numbers to quieter and more tender ballads.
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