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“Don't Give Up!” (Spanish-Speaking 2017 Jehovah’s Witnesses Convention)
Jehovah’s Witnesses will begin a series of four three-day Spanish speaking conventions at the Rabobank Arena with the theme “Don’t Give Up!,” and will continue through August 20, 2017. Challenges in life can rob us of peace and even cause some to think about giving up. Many today are disappointed, but the Bible tells us, ‘Don’t give up.’ – Galatians 6:9. This year’s convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses will show how we can enjoy a happy life now and a bright outlook for the future. The conventions will benefit both Witnesses and non-Witnesses because the program promises to empower individuals not only to keep enduring but also to cope with challenges productively. These include depression, old age, sickness, death, lack of material necessities, divided households, as well as the dangers and hardships our children face and how to protect and train them. More importantly, the conventions will bring out and highlight the Bible’s promise to bring an end to these issues and replace them with perfect conditions in the near future.
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¡Cumbiatron! with El Selectòr
Full Circle Brewing presents ¡Cumbiatron! The World's Best Dance Music, with El Selectòr, Del Toro Don and Dog Plasma (featuring percussionist Matty Segura).
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3 Guys Playin' the Blues
Guitarist/vocalist Chester Neville, drummer/vocalist Steve Lopez, bassist Damian Garcia and keyboardist Ron Tan have been performing throughout the Fresno region since 1999.
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Animals, Fair/Festival
50th Monterey Scottish Games & Celtic Festival
The 50th annual Monterey Scottish Games & Celtic Festival brings the music, dance, food and athletic events of Scotland and Ireland to Monterey County, with activities for the whole family, including wonderful games for the wee ones. The event will include Celtic music, highland, country and other types of costumed dancers, special entertainers (including Irish singer/songwriter Seamus Kennedy), athletes, dozens of clans, two whiskey-tasting seminars, Celtic food, jewelry and crafts, interactive children’s games with prizes, sheepdog and duck herding, and more. It will also feature Scottish heavy athletic competition events seen in award-winning films such as “Braveheart,” “Rob Roy” and “Brave,” including the caber toss, hammer and stone throw, weight for distance and height, and the sheaf toss. In addition, there will be costumed historical re-enactment groups depicting life in 16th-century Scotland with Clan Galbraith, St. Andrew’s Society, including meet-and-greets and tea with Mary Queen of Scots, and the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism). Festival attendees can research their own clans at the clan and Celtic association tents as they stroll through the Avenue of Clans.
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Mixed Martial Arts/Fighting
559 Fights: Mixed Martial Arts in a Cage
559 Fights presents amateur mixed martial arts action in a cage.
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Adema is a four-piece band from Bakersfield, They formed in the early 2000s and have four albums to date.
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Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families Meeting
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Adult Pirate Costume Dinner Party for Charity
The River Center will transform into a Bayou Manson Hideout for pirate captains, swashbucklers, tavern girls and other really bad eggs. Join in the merriment for a buffet dinner, dancing to a stringed pirate band and learn a reel or two, and a photo booth will capture the moments, and wine and rum will flow. Proceeds go to the San Joaquin River Parkway & Conservation Trust.
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Adult Spiritual Education: Living the Questions
Join us Thursdays for part one of this wonderful program. The Living the Questions 2.0 DVD series is an open-minded alternative to studies that attempt to give participants all the answers and instead strives to create an environment where participants can interact with one another in exploring what's next for Christianity.
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AJR is a a witty indie pop trio of three brothers (Adam, Jack and Ryan Met) based in New York City. As of the spring of 2017, they continue to write, produce and mix their music in ther Chelsea apartment. But they're on the rise: They've opened for Demi Lovato and were invited to collaborate with Weezer's Rivers Cuomo. Hit songs include "Weak" and "I'm Not Famous."
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