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EDITOR’S NOTE New Year’s resolutions are always something of a big deal; we’re all striving to become some better versions of ourselves. We want to lose weight, save money, quit smoking, live healthier - and all of those are noteworthy things that definitely warrant our attention - but what about taking the focus off ourselves and putting it towards others who could use our help? For this issue, we wanted to shine the spotlight on the organizations who make helping others their life’s work. The idea came about after hours of thinking how we wanted to tackle our ‘New Year’s’ edition, combing through ways to talk about fitness, going after the job you want, making more time for enjoying life or whatever it is that most people make resolutions for. And it felt like an ‘AHA!’ moment as if to say “Holy crap, why haven’t we thought of that before?” I have to admit that donating to a charity or volunteering my time has never made it onto any list of resolutions. Usually, I’m not in any position to afford it, which is the most significant reason why it never really crosses my mind. Besides, it’s not exactly a sexy idea - when you finally get some extra cash or free time on your hands, the first thought isn’t to give it away but to spend it on yourself or your family. And why not? You work hard, doing overtime, and

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sometimes taking on extra days only to come home to face an endless mountain of laundry, dishes, and bills. You end the day more exhausted than the day before and some mornings, it feels like the cycle will never end. So, when you finally get a break and life seems to be throwing you lemons, the first instinct is to reap the benefits yourself. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. However, there are a lot of us in the same boat and a lot more of us in a worse boat... in fact, it’s not even a boat, more like a raft tied together from the wreckage of a boat. Encouraging our readers to try thinking beyond themselves by donating their time or money is more so about people-helpingpeople and sticking together rather than anything else. With the recent tax bill reform, it feels like no one is looking out for the lower and middle working class. Now, more than ever is the time that we recognize the need to look out for one another. So, perhaps instead of looking forward to spending that hard earned cash on the new iPhone, Xbox, or PlayStation, or spending that extra day off at a BBQ enjoying one too many drinks, we think about those who could use some help. Even if it’s just once, one donation or one afternoon of our time - it might just make a world of difference for someone.

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GIVE BACK

// SPOTLIGHT

GIVE BACK FOR

2018

by Lisa Talley | lisa@fresnoflyer.com

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harging through the holidays and finally making it out to the other side means we can finally take a breath and put our focus onto the new year ahead. But what does that mean, exactly? For each of us, that path looks a little different. There might be some similarities as we’ll all be looking for new ways to improve ourselves and the life we provide for our families in some way, but what we choose will ultimately be a culmination of experiences we survived throughout 2017. It goes without saying that the nation has been hit with some unbelievable changes and more tragedies than we’d care to admit over the last year. The repeal of DACA and Net Neutrality, the natural disasters that seemed to hit in relentless stride, shootings, violent treatment of protesters… the list goes on. The world could use a little peace, and so could we. But pushing the entire planet into a monumental achievement like world peace is a little unlikely, instead, bringing some harmony into our own lives is a more feasible task. But what if we could provide that sort of healing transformation for someone else? Every year, we put the focus on ourselves or our immediate family, but if 2017 was proof of anything it was that we all need each other. Perhaps this year would be a good time to think about what we can do for one another, rather than only what we can do for ourselves. Make it a personal challenge to connect with one cause, whether it’s donating your time, your efforts, or even some blood – look towards 2018 with a goal to uplift communities, both man and animal-kind. Below is a list of local organizations and charities throughout the Central Valley that make it their business to lend a helping hand to those in need.

blood supply for the patients and families in the communities they serve. www.donateblood.org/donate-blood

Habitat For Humanity - They facilitate a partnership among families who demonstrate need, the ability to pay the mortgage, and a willingness to partner in the construction of their home. This partnership also engages community supporters who join the families in the home building process and provide both financial and in-kind support for building supplies and materials. www. habitatfresno.org/volunteer Valley Animal Center - Nonprofit no-kill

dog and cat adoption center. Their mission is to assist with and provide for the health and welfare of the animals that have been abused, mistreated, abandoned, and injured; to promote the bond between animals and people; and to instill an appreciation and respect for all living creatures with whom we share this earth. www.valleyanimal.org/ volunteer

Central Valley Community Foundation - For more than fifty years

the Central Valley Community Foundation has been a trusted partner in philanthropy in the Valley. Founded in 1966, they provide giving options for individuals, families, businesses and other foundations to invest in programs that address social and environmental needs. www.centralvalleycf.org

Central California Blood Center - is

committed to saving lives and improving patient care by providing a safe and abundant

Yosemite Ridge at Camp Wawona Inc

- The mission of Yosemite Ridge is to enrich

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the lives of children and families who have chronic or life-threatening illnesses by creating a camp experience that is memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe, and medically sound. www.guidestar.org/ profile/20-1105731

Hinds Hospice – Here to help those liv-

ing with a terminal condition, their caregivers and those who have lost a loved one. In addition to providing hospice care services in both the Hinds Hospice Home and in a patient’s own home environment, they also offer an extensive bereavement (grief ) support program through the Center for Grief and Healing, specially trained pediatric hospice and skilled nursing teams, a perinatal hospice and infant loss support program, “Angel Babies/Bebitos Angelitos,” a formal physician education program, global outreach, and four thrift stores throughout the central valley. www.hindshospice.org

Alliance for Medical Outreach & Relief - Community based non-profit

that strives to ensure equality. They build alliances with other organizations working in areas of concentrated poverty to create a safety-net of medical, social and youth development resources, tailored to the specific needs of each community they serve. www. amorelief.org

Valley Teen Ranch – their mission is to

provide hope to vulnerable children, youth, and families through life changing relationships and experiences. Programs include:

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Residential Group Home, Foster Family & Adoption Agency, and Transitional Living. www.valleyteenranch.org/volunteer

Angels of Grace Foster Family Agency

- agency that provides a place of refuge and healing for foster children. A place where they can receive the nurturing and care that they need from professional social workers and trained foster parents. www.angelsofgrace.com

Break the Barriers - Celebrating aware-

ness and victories of all abilities, ethnicities, and ages through exceptional programs, outreach, and inclusion education. With performances, assemblies, conferences workshops, and clinics, Break the Barriers will promote integrated sports, health and fitness, performing arts, and aquatics programs. www. breakthebarriers.com

San Joaquin Parkway & Conservation Trust – the mission is to preserve and re-

store San Joaquin River lands having ecological, scenic or historic significance, to educate the public on the need for stewardship, to research issues affecting the river, and to promote educational, recreational and agricultural uses consistent with the protection of the river’s resources. www.riverparkway. org

Catholic Charities - Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno is a Community Benefit Organization serving the

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SPOTLIGHT \\ GIVE BACK ...‘Give’ cont’d from pg 3 needs of those in crisis with sites in Fresno, Merced and Bakersfield. www.ccdof.org/volunteer

Reading and Beyond - goes where fami-

lies are, offering holistic, research-based programs at multiple sites throughout Fresno and Madera Counties. www.readingandbeyond.org

United Way Fresno and Madera Counties - (UWFM) brings resources to-

gether to address the most urgent issues the community faces. Through unique partnerships and approaches, UWFM mobilizes resources beyond the dollars that are pledged through their fund-raising efforts. www. uwfm.org

Fresno Arts Council - “enrich people’s

lives through the arts.” FAC sponsors, promotes and encourages the arts throughout the city and county of Fresno and acts as an umbrella for artists and art organizations from all cultures and disciplines through advocacy, education, programs and services. www.fresnoartscouncil.org

Marjaree Mason Center - provides emergency and longer-term Safe Housing, along with a wide variety of support services for victims of domestic violence in Fresno County. www.mmcenter.org Comprehensive Youth Services - is dedi-

cated to providing a full range of prevention, intervention, treatment and educational services to help abused and at-risk children and their families. www.cysfresno.org

Resources For Independence – En-

couraging people with disabilities to be in control of their lives and live more independently through a diverse range of choices and opportunities. www.ricv.org (volunteer application under ‘About Us’)

Fresno Barrios Unidos - goal is to pro-

vide young people with the skills and opportunities they need to thrive in their communities and give back. Their approach is holistic, culturally sensitive, and inclusive of all. Fresno Barrios Unidos transforms communities by empowering youth and families through advocacy, education, and wellness. www.fresnobarriosunidos.org

Rape Counseling Services of Fresno -

The mission of RCS Fresno is to end rape and sexual violence and empower survivors while supporting safe, consensual relationships. www.rcsfresno.org

Youth Leadership Institute - builds communities where young people and their adult allies come together to create positive social change, to challenge and improve the society in which they live as it relates to educational and health inequities, substance abuse, predatory financial practices, public housing, youth voice, and many other issues. www.yli.org Arc Fresno - Arc Fresno empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to attain greater independence by offering everyday life experiences in a supportive community. www.arcfresno.org

Kings Canyon Veterinary Foundation

– mission is to provide the appropriate medical, surgical and preventative care for all veterinary patients presented regardless of the owner’s ability to pay reasonable charges for services. Limited only by available funds. www.kingscanyonveterinaryfoundation.com

UFW Foundation - The United Farm

Workers Foundation’s mission is to open the doors of opportunity to working people and their communities. Goals are to Foster communities that engage immigrants as active and informed participants. Reform the immigration system to access legal status for immigrants, and a clear path to citizenship. Lead a national network of farm worker serving organizations to influence policy and expand services at the federal and local level. www.ufwfoundation.org

Fresno Center for New Americans provide services to the growing needs of Southeast Asian refugees (Cambodians, Hmong, Lao, and Vietnamese) in Fresno County. These immediate services included education, employment linking services, social integration, health education, and housing, Refugees from many parts of the world also accessed our services. Through our Russian speaking staff members and oncall workers, we have been able to provide services to Russian, Somalis, and Middle Eastern refugees. www.fresnocenter.com

Stone Soup Fresno - to nurture leadership

Community Food Bank - is dedicated to

Turning Point of Central Cal - The mission of Turning Point of Central California is to provide public benefit through helping people develop skills, motivation, and resources to become productive members of society; healthy in body, mind, and spirit. Reducing social problems through providing each program participant the opportunity to establish a healthy and productive life. www.tpocc.org Cultiva La Salud - dedicated to creating | FRESNO FLYER |

- To empower and support the West Fresno community to achieve optimal health and well-being. Activities through education, outreach, counseling and advocacy in the areas of prenatal education, school readiness, health insurance access, diabetes and chronic disease management, mental health and workforce development support. www. wfresnofrc.org

blind and visually impaired persons in experiencing a more independent and opportunity filled life. These efforts are achieved through specialized methods of training and education provided by our professional staff. www.valleycenterfortheblind.org that will create positive change for Southeast Asian refugee families to move forward and find their voices and places in America. www.stonesoupfresno.org

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West Fresno Family Resource Center

The Discovery Center - Park and Museum on 5 Acres - educational history and science center offering children a hands-on learning experience to stimulate a passion, curiosity and wonder for the environment and physical sciences. We deliver science successfully to thousands of children each year in a variety of ways, including field trips, camps, outreach, birthday parties and more. www.thediscoverycenter.net

Valley Center for the Blind - assists

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health equity in the San Joaquin Valley by fostering changes in communities that support healthy eating and active living. Cultiva La Salud is among a growing number of programs in the nation who use a policy and environmental change approach to help community members gain access to healthy food, beverages and safe places to be physically active. This unique program is being carried out by diverse partners in eight counties of the Central Valley (Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tulare). www.cultivalasalud.org

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ending hunger in the Central Valley. They provide food to more than 200 agencies in Fresno, Madera, Kings, Kern and Tulare Counties and serve over 280,000 people each month totaling over 38 million pounds of food. www.communityfoodbank.net

Community Action Partnership of Madera County - are committed to find-

ing the ultimate solutions for poverty while working effectively with local officials, the private sector, and representatives from low-income target areas. Helping people, changing lives and making the community a better place to live by providing resources and services that inspire personal growth and independence. www.maderacap.org

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Answers to last issue’s puzzles on page 19

Fun Facts

spirit of winter, who brought gifts on New Year’s and placed them under the “New Year tree”

spent time dancing, feasting and having a good time.

10. On New Year’s Day in Akita, Japan there is a tradition 5. On New Year’s Day in 1976, a man named Danny where men dress as mountain demons, get drunk, and terFinegood changed the Hollywood sign to “Hollyweed” as a rorize children for being lazy or disobeying their parents. The New Year’s Edition college prank in order to celebrate the decriminalization of 1. The earliest known New Year celebrations were in Mes- marijuana and got an “A” for it. 11. After the French revolution, France briefly used a new opotamia and date back to 2000 BC. The early Romans calendar based on a decimal system; 10 days a week, 10 used March 1 as New Year’s Day. Other cultures used the 6. The first ball dropping celebration atop One Times hours a day, 100 minutes per hour and 100 seconds per Square was held on December 31, 1907. autumn equinox or the winter solstice to mark the new minute, and starting at Year 1. year. 7. In 1942 and 1943 the ball lowering was suspended due 12. The Reykjavik (capital of Iceland) fireworks display on to the wartime dimout. The crowds who still gathered in 2. 1582 - The Gregorian calendar, which marks January New Year’s Eve is one of the largest in the world, and most Times Square celebrated with a minute of silence followed fireworks sales fund rescue operations in the country. 1 as the new year, is adopted by the Roman Catholic by chimes ringing out from an amplifier truck parked at Church. One Times Square. 13. Thought to have been derived from a Jewish New 3.In an effort to reduce drunk driving, every New Year’s Year (Rosh Hashanah) custom, Americans in the South 8. The original New Year’s Eve Ball weighed 700 pounds annually gobble black-eyed peas. Most Southerners (and Eve the AAA will tow your car and give you a lift home and was five feet in diameter. It was made of iron and for free, even if you’re not a member (not available in all many historians) maintain the tradition began to take hold wood and was decorated with 100 25-watt light bulbs. states) stateside when the first Shepari Jews moved to Georgia in the 1730s. By the end of the Civil War, the Rosh 9. The ancient Hawaiian New Year was four months long, Hashanah tradition had evolved into a widespread practice 4. When religion was suppressed in Soviet Russia, Santa/ war was forbidden, people stopped working, and the people in the South, enjoyed by both Jews and gentiles. St. Nick was replaced with Grandfather Frost, called the | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

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OPINION \\ MENTAL HEALTH dehumanizing prison cells, or inadequate treatment that significantly differs from that of professional psychologist offices. From this, we can only conclude that the system in place for psychological treatment is broken and incorrectly utilized. “The human, social, and economic impact of not treating serious mental illness is beyond calculation,” says the Treatment Advocacy Center. Refusing to give aid to those with mental health issues has severe costs for all of us, even if we aren’t homeless or mentally ill. We must work to stifle the echoing horrors of the 1840s. This national trend of neglect needs to come to an end. Being a genuinely advanced and civilized nation means treating your fellow person with dignity and allowing them access to the resources that are needed. This is not a call to demolish the systems in place; this is a call to humanize them, expand, fund, and support them in their growth to help aid America’s national mental health crisis. source: www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org

HOMELESS IN FRESNO PROJECTS

Revolutionizing Mental Health by Kayla Moon | futureofminds@gmail.com

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magine, if you will, that you are in a manic state completely unable to cope with reality. Suddenly, you’re grabbed, forcefully, by people you’ve never met and thrown into a small room with no windows. The doors are locked, and someone else begins to strip you naked, beating you if you protest. This is a short glimpse into the treatment of those committed to an asylum because they suffered from a psychological illness in 1840s America. Modern science has yielded groundbreaking discoveries in understanding mental illness, however, despite this significant improvement, the treatment and care for mentally ill patients still resemble the horrors of the 1840s. The homeless population is the most neglected community in America, and by analyzing that neglect, we can see just how ineffective our treatment is concerning mental health. Rather than demonizing the poor, let’s, instead, take a more open-minded approach. Of the data collected so far, numbers show that 30% of individuals who are chronically homeless could potentially be diagnosed with a mental illness. These numbers tell us homelessness is not merely caused by laziness or unwillingness to work but from an untreated psychological disorder or trauma of some kind. These individuals,

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who are forced to live on the streets through the hottest summers and depths of freezing winters not only suffer immensely from their environment but also fight a possibly more intolerable battle within their minds. Our society has yet to build adequate structures of support for this community. It’s important to take an objective stance and observe how the methods of the 1840s still, frustratingly, correlate to the institutions of today. Often, when a homeless person has a mental health crisis, it is left to a police officer with little or no training in mental health to handle the situation. Brute force and weapons are often used, and 20% of the time the situation ends with officer-involved fatalities. Rather than being placed in an asylum, the physiologically struggling homeless are thrown in jail. This sterile, institutionalized environment which consists of caging people suffering an emotional and mental crisis has yet to provide any rehabilitation success rates. That is reason enough to call for an end to these inhumane practices which only bring forth a horrendous way of affirming any preexisting conditions of mental illness. Homeless people who are in need of support are too often physically assaulted first and then thrown into a place which only serves

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to make their conditions infinitely worse. If we are to have any hope as to resolving this issue, we need to turn away from this system that is still, surprisingly, overwhelmingly supported. Some homeless, those lucky enough not to be jailed, have access to county services where meetings are available with an intern psychologist. This system sounds like a good solution but is, in reality, entirely unhelpful. Take, for example, the stark differences between public services offered by the county and that which is provided by a private clinic. The county office appears subhuman by comparison in the treatment and respect shown to its patients. When checking in, the individual is given a number and told to sit with 30-50 other people who are all on the bell curve of hysteria. In a private clinic, the individual is met with tea, magazines, inspirational pictures, and comfortable chairs with - at most - three to five others sharing the room. It is this kind of treatment from a private clinic that a mentally unstable person needs to receive to feel supported in their healing journey. Whether homeless or living in poverty, the options for getting help with mental illness are severely limited. It ranges from physical altercations with the police,

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Our mission is to respond to the needs of our chronically homeless, bridge the communication gap between the fortunate and less fortunate community, and address local homelessness issues. Project Share the Warmth October to April Centering around everything warm, the object of this project includes giving out soups, hot cocoa, hot coffee, hot tea, scarves, mittens, hats, blankets, hand warmers, socks, etc. Donations that help keep the homeless warm and dry are welcome. Wool blankets are encouraged as they are more water repellent than most blankets. Hoodies for the Homies September to February As it rains, coats become wet, and as the homeless do not have access to laundry mats to dry their clothes, they stay wet. Often, if a person attempts to hang their clothes to dry, they’re taken down by the police, and over time, the wet clothes will begin to smell, and the homeless have no choice but to throw them away. Hooded sweatshirts became the answer due to their flexibility and comfort. Ponchos are included with every hoodie to help keep it dry. Donations of ponchos are always welcome, but HIF wants people to bear in mind that the ponchos from places like the Dollar Tree only last through a single rain. Contact and more information about donations and volunteering can be found at www. wanif.org

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EATS

Marinated Garlic and Lemon Roasted Chicken Drumsticks with Honey Mustard Sauce

1 large lemon zested and juiced

In a bowl, mix together lemon juice, zest, olive oil, chopped garlic, paprika, oregano, salt and pepper. Add chicken drumsticks and toss to coat evenly. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. When ready to cook, let chicken come to room temperature for about 20 minutes.

1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

3 whole cloves garlic, chopped

Arrange chicken on oiled foil-lined sheet pan.

10 chicken drumsticks

1 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon oregano 1 pinch each salt and pepper Minced parsley for garnish

Honey Mustard Sauce:

3 Simple Tips to Get Delicious, Balanced Weeknight Meals on the Table

Proven tips to streamline meal prep on busy weeknights (BPT) - Weekday schedules get crazy, which is why the first casualty of all that chaos is the family dinner. While most families say eating together is a high priority, day-to-day reality is different. According to a 2013 poll by NPR and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, only half of children in the U.S. are in families that dine together. Yet research cited by the American Academy of Pediatrics shows that children reap many benefits from regular family meals, from improved academic performance to developing a deeper sense of resilience. But busy families can find time to sit down together more often, says Colleen Burns, a lifestyle expert and spokeswoman for Nestle’s Balance Your Plate program. To be successful, set the intention with good planning and smart strategies. What’s more, these meals can also be delicious and nutritious. “When you have simple solutions in your toolbox to get those well-balanced and tasty meals on the table in the little time that you have, it lets you establish and keep an important family ritual,” says Burns, who is also a busy mom of six boys. “At the same time, you don’t get burned out, and that’s key to staying motivated and inspired.” To help you get started, Burns shares her top three simple tips to get delicious and nutritious meals on the table quickly.

3 tablespoons melted butter 1/2 cup honey 1/2 cup mustard 1 tablespoon lemon juice

Directions: Shop the freezer section: When you’re in a time pinch, frozen foods have many offerings that set a good foundation for any home-cooked meal, Burns says. Oftentimes, the quality is just as good as their fresh counterparts, and they eliminate many steps of prep time, whether you’re looking at entrees, veggies or sides. On top of all that, fruits and veggies are flash-frozen, which locks the nutrients in place.

Bake uncovered for 20 minutes. Flip chicken pieces and cook another 10 minutes until chicken reaches 165 degrees and is no longer pink. Make sauce in a small bowl by whisking together the mustard and honey. Add water as needed for a workable consistency. With a small pastry brush, brush sauce over chicken and broil 5 minutes until bubbly. Place chicken pieces on a serving platter and sprinkle minced parsley over all. Source: Nestle’s Balance Your Plate

Don’t sacrifice: If you know what to look for when shopping the grocery aisles, you can find convenient entrees and sides without sacrificing taste or quality. Burns recommends Stouffer’s Macaroni & Cheese as one easy solution that helps you get a great meal on the table. It has ingredients that consumers would use in their own kitchens, such as freshly made pasta, butter, cheddar cheese and milk. Burns likes to serve it as a side to marinated chicken (see recipe below) and roasted seasonal veggies, because it’s a simple solution that makes her and her family feel good about dinner. Maintain balance: Look to a variety of entrees and sides to bring a nutritional balance as well as delicious flavors to your dinner menu. Burns recommends opting for lean proteins like fish and chicken served with fresh or frozen veggies. Check out her how-to video, https://youtu.be/fKcY-jiTWJg, to learn more.

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ley” Sunday December 31st 2018 18+ W/ID 3K Balloon Drop Live Performers Insane Lighting & Lasers Full Bar for the 21+ w/Id Food Available all night VIP Areas Available Located Inside The Rainbow Ballroom, Fresno CA. Limited $15 Tickets on sale now. http://neoncountdown.com/ Harlem Nights New Year Eve Party Sunday, December 31 at 8:30 PM - 12:30 AM The Falls Event Center 4105 W Figarden Dr, Fresno. FOR NEW YEARS EVE TICKETS GO TO tinyurl.com/harlemnights2017

Coffee 1.6.18 The Revue Revue 1.20.18 Kuppa Joy Coffee House Kuppa Joy Fresno www.fitvil.com LR @ Ani-Me Holiday Fest, Saturday, December 30 at 1 PM Manchester Center, 1901 E Shields Ave, Fresno,a great holiday set prepared for you guys! This is a free event, so we hope you all will come join us before the new year! 25th Anniversary The Sounders, Saturday, December 30 at 9 PM - 12 AM, Club Imperio Fresno 3950 N Cedar Ave, Fresno, California 93726 . Tickets www.eventbrite.com The Comedy Get Down Tour: Cedric The Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, Friday, December 29 at 8 PM - 11 PM.Save Mart Center 2650 E Shaw Ave, Fresno, California 93710. Tickets ticketfinal.com Force ‘Em@The Shanty,Saturday, December 30 at 9 PM - 12 AM,The Shanty,375 E Shaw Ave, Fresno, It’s the last Saturday of 2017! Come and dance the night away. This is a small bar venue and we hope our family and friends will help us pack it out in our last gig of 2017. Whether you want to sit back and get that concert like feeling or get on up and get ya’ dance on, ya’ guaranteed to have a great experience with the New Force ‘Em Band. 44 Cover Charge Cowboys Vs Eagles - New Years Eve,Sunday, December 31 at 10 AM - 1 PM. Me-n-Ed’s Victory Grill,4010 N Cedar, Bldg F, Fresno, Kid Friendly.

Pincheanera NYE 2018 , Sunday December 31 at 9pm-2am . Fulton 55, 875 Divisadero St , Fresno.tickets www.ticketfly.com Onesie & Waffles Party!Saturday, December 30 at 8 PM - 12 AM,Full Circle Brewing Co.620 F St, Fresno, California 93706.Wear your favorite onesie and have some chicken and waffles as you listen to some live music from The Media, Hi-Jinks, and Indosurf! One of the last events of year! All Ages // Onsie encouraged // $5.Booking/vendors: The Artourage Coffee Run Series #2,Saturday, December 30 at 6:30 AM - 7:30 AM.Next Week · 34–59°Partly Cloudy.Hi-Top Coffee,1306 N Wishon, Fresno, California 93728,winter 2017/18 Coffee Collective with Fleet Feet Fresno! 4 locations, 4 local coffee shops, 4 runs. Mark your calendar, set alarm reminders and tell your friends: -Run between 2-4 miles -Sign up Lo- Calling All Promotors. cations in this series include: We’ll design, print and distrib12.30.17 Hi-Top Coffee Hi-Top ute. Call 559-472-7182

New Year’s Eve Hosted by Dave & Buster’s Fresno, Sunday, December 31 at 5 PM - 8 PM,Dave & Buster’s Fresno,212 East River Park Circle, Fresno,Don’t miss our 2nd Annual Family New Year’s Eve Event!!! Dinner Buffet will include: Chopped smoked Brisket, Pulled Chicken, Pulled Pork, Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage, an array of assorted barbecue sauces, Barbecue Baked Beans, Baked Macaroni and Cheese, Roasted Cotija Corn, Roasted Tomato and Cucumber Salad, Hawaiian Rolls and Corn Bread, & Unlimited Coffee, Tea, Soda, and Water. Tickets available at: http:// bit.ly/2ofL9Xt Winter Cartoon Camp , January 3 at ( 1pm ) and January 5 at 4pm. Central California Art Association 1015 J street, Modesto. Join the cartoon artist Patrick Barr for an awesome winter break fun .Topics will include character design ,comics , marker techniques,story telling, digital drawing and much more! NYE 2018 With Club Legends, Sunday, December 31 at 9 PM - 2 AM,3075 N Maroa Ave, Fresno, NYE @ CLUB LEGENDS! End 2017 at your favorite bar in Fresno! 3 dance floors | 2 heated patios | party favors commentary champagne toast at midnight bottle service & VIP tables available: 375-6200 NYE 2018,December 31, 2017 – January 1, 2018. Dec 31, 2017 at 9 AM to Jan 1, 2018 at 4 AM,pinMezcal Lounge 1310 Van Ness Ave, Fresno, Mezcal Lounge brings

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CALENDAR Workshop: iOS Video Pro- TBT: The Shining (1980) duction Hosted by CMAC,Tues- Hosted by Visalia Fox Theday, January 9, 2018 at 6 PM atre,Thursday, January - 9 PM,CMAC 1555 Van Ness 4, 2018 at 6:30 PM - 9 Breaking Up is Hard To Do Ave, Fresno,The best camera PM,308 W Main St, Visalia, NOW - January 7, 2018 The is the one that you have with California 93291,Tick- nostalgia, music, and laughter you. Learn how to shoot and ets www.ticketfly.com keep on rolling in this comedy edit video with iOS mobile as the cast belts out Neil Sedevices. Check out a CMAC daka’s greatest hits including Mobile Production Kit or bring “Sweet Sixteen” “Where the your own iPhone or iPad with Boys Are” and “Calendar Girl” the iMovie app installed. Exerjust for starters! Rated PG. For cises in shooting and editing Art Hop Thursday, 5-8pm more info https://gcplayers. on the iOS platform. The iOS ArtHop occurs every 1st and com/gcp-shows/breaking-upProduction workshop requires 3rd Thursday of each month. is-hard-to-do/ a CMAC membership (https:// It’s one of the most active cmac.tv/membership/) and and successful programs or- CURIE ME AWAY! & Calcompletion of the CMAC Ori- ganized by the Fresno Arts culus: the Musical! in Fres entation (http://cmac.tv/ Council. Art lovers and enthu- no,Sunday, January 14, 2018 DOIN’ TIME Tribute to Sub- workshops/online-orienta- siasts from all walks of life at 4 PM - 7 PM,Fresno Muflock downtown Fresno and lime, ONEoz, Jan 5 at 8pm . tion/).Tickets cmac.tv sic Academy & Arts.1298 N. the Tower District on the first Strummer’s Fresno 833 E Wishon Ave., Fresno, ticktes fern ave, fresno . Tickets www. January ArtHop at M Street Thursday of each month, and fmaa.ticketleap.com.A STEMticketweb.com Arts Complex,Thursday, Janu- the rest of ArtHop venues in based double feature! 4:00: ary 4, 2018 at 5 PM - 8 PM.M the Fresno metro areas on CURIE ME AWAY! A radioacFree Women’s Self Defense Street Arts Complex,1419 M third Thursdays, to meet and tive musical based on the greet with the artists and enSeminar, Jan 6 3pm-6pm. st, fresno . science and life of Madame joy the reception and music. Tickets Eventbrite, Fresno Marie Curie, a persistent School of Self Defense 3333 Coffee Run Series #3 w/ Museums, studios, galleries woman who changed our unW Sussex, Fresno. Saucony Saturday, January and other venues open their derstanding of the universe. 6, 2018 at 6:30 AM - 7:30 exhibitions to the public at (all ages, 60 minutes). 5:00: Totally 80s Rewind An AM,The Revue 620 E Olive 5:00 p.m. and run the free INTERMISSION 6:00: CALEvening of 80s Music & Vi- Ave, Fresno, Tickets www.fit- event until 8:00 p.m. CULUS: THE MUSICAL! Isaac suals at The Strummer’s, vil.comWe know people will Newton joins forces with Ada, Saturday, January 6, 2018 at usually run for two things: Pinot’s Palette Paint n Sip a modern math student, on a 9 PM - 1:30 AM,833 E Fern beer and coffee. To follow our Night , January 16 Tuesday rollicking adventure through Ave, Fresno,21+ only FREE! 2017 Summer Pub Series, at 6.30-9pm . Pinot’s Palette the peaks and troughs--and Our salute to all things 80s now you can join the winter 6763 N Palm Avenue , Fresno. concepts and history--of Calreturns. Featuring DJ Numb- 2017/18 Coffee Collective Tickets www.eventbrite.com culus. The quest for the inskull & Duckie D’albino pro- with Fleet Feet Fresno! 4 loca- stantaneous rate of change viding aural & visual delights. tions, 4 local coffee shops, 4 Trashique 2018 Produced by and the area under the curve Plus an 80s costume contest, runs Mark your calendar, set The Fresno Art Museum, SatDance-off, & giveaways alarm reminders and tell your urday February 24 at 5.30pm friends: -Run between 2-4 11.30pm . Signature Flight Winter Basketball Camp- miles -Sign up/in on Fitvil BE- Support FAT( Fresno Yosemite 6 Weeks,Monday, January FORE you come to save time International Airport , 3050 N 8, 2018 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 and SKIP THE LINE! *Link to Winery Ave , Fresno. Tickets PM,Breakaway Fitness and Fitvil page is in ticket section www.eventbrite.com Athletics,2960 N. Miami Ave, Locations in this series in- Fresno, Camp starts January clude 12.30.17 Hi-Top Coffee 5th Annual Bizare Art Festi8th ends February 14th.EV- Hi-Top Coffee 1.6.18 The Re- val Jan 27, 2018 at 11 AM to ERY MONDAY WEDNESDAY. vue Revue 1.20.18 Kuppa Joy Jan 28, 2018 at 8 AM 4545 E Cost: $99,5:30-6:30pm—6- Coffee House Kuppa Joy Fres- Church Ave Fresno. This Hip9yrs old,6:30-7:30—10-13yrs no ALL RUNS ARE ON SATUR- Hop event is being held to old DAYS AT 6:30 AM honor the life of Lord Bizare68 and all artists who are no lon Selma Comic Con Cabin Fire / SeeYouSpace- ger with us. Bizare had a love 2018,Sunday, January 7, Cowboy / Letters to Catalonia and passion for art, music, 2018 at 11 AM - 5 PM.Sel- / Awakebutstillinbed,Satur- family and fun. This is a time ma Portuguese Hall,1245 day, January 6, 2018 at 7 for all of us to come togethNebraska Ave, SelmaThis is PM,1345 E Brown Ave, Fres- er for this family event, people of all ages are welcome. a kiddo friendly event! Kids no, entry 5$ There will be performers, 12 and under are FREE!!! En- trance is only $5 if you show BeerYoga w/ Three Rivers Yo- aerosol artists painting live us the ad or flyer! If no ad or ga,Saturday, January 6, 2018 on the art wall, BBoy Vietnam flyer the price will jump to $6. at 12 PM, Rocky Hill Brewing Workshop, bboy/bgirl battle, Cameras are ok! Free park- 20147 Ave. 306, Exeter,Come vendor booths, raffles and ing! out and have some fun with a kids area. General Admis Three Rivers Yoga Only $15 sion: $5.00 advance tickets Glow : With Jess “ The Mix- and that includes a pint. contact info 800.595.4849 A-Holic “Friday, January 5, Any questions contact $10.00 at the door Children 2018 at 9 PM - 2 AM.Club Shari at 559-736-4634 12 & Under are Free. Legends3075 N Maroa Ave, Fresno, A monthly party, the Calling All Promotors. Calling All Promotors. 1st Friday of every month, We’ll design, print and distribWe’ll design, print and distribwith Special Guest DJ! ute. 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comes alive with an unforgettable soundtrack (all ages, 55 minutes).See BOTH acclaimed touring musicals back to back for just $15! The Sound of Music ( Touring), Wednesday ,Maarch 14 at 7.30pm at Saroyan Theatre 700 M St, Fresno, tickets ticketmaster. Seussical The Musical on February 1-February 3 at 7pm at LJ Williams Theatre 1001 W Main St , Visalia. The musical combines the stories of Dr Suess with spectacular music and dance. Kinky Boots on Broadway Wednesday January 31 at 7.30pm. Saroyan Theatre, 700 M St, Fresno. Tickets ticketmaster Joe Rogan on Friday, February 16 at 7.30pm-10.30pm . Fresno Convention Center , at the Saroyan Theatre 848 M St , fresno. An American stand up comeian and martial arts commentator and odcast host . Tickets avaailbale at ticketfinal.com Visalia Adventure park. Arcade, Family Track, Lazer Tag, Batting Cages and more 5600 W Cypress Ave, Visalia, 93277, 559-635-7275

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Kids Disney’s Frozen w/ Anna & Elsa At The Hanford Fox Sat. 1/20!.Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 2 PM - 4 PMp. Fox Hanford,326 N Irwin St, Hanford, Frozen is rated PG and the running time is 109 minutes,it is a 2013 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. tickets www. foxhanford.com A Night at the Museum - Do You Want to Build a Snowman?!Friday, January 26, 2018 at 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM.ImagineU Interactive Children’s Museum,210 N Tipton St, Visalia, ticket imaginemuseum.z2systems.com Sesame Street Live! Lets Party ! Friday , January 12 at 6pm . Saroyan Theatre , 700 M St, Fresno . Jump to the beat on Sesame Street at an all new , interactive show that unfolds on one the worlds most famous streets at the funniest , furriest neighborhood! tickets at Ticketmaster Calling All Promotors. We’ll design, print and distribute. Call 559-472-7182

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choose a FREE fillin,Cleaning THE FRESNO DISCOVERY or Extraction. Don’t miss out CENTER local Non Profit Park and get in line early and Museum on 5 Acres and we are still growing! DedicatCalling All Promotors. ed to our visitors and giving We’ll design, print and distrib- kids of ALL AGES a hands ute. Call 559-472-7182 on experience with all things science, history and nature! Our park includes our beautiful Deutsch Cactus Garden, Tortoise compound with Dino friends, (559) 251-5533 1944 N Winery Ave, Fresno. Admissions Adults $6 Children (3-17) $8 Seniors (65+) $5 Military Free A Night at the Museum - Do You Want to Build a Snowman?! Friday, January 26, 2018 at 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM ImagineU Interactive Children’s Museum 210 N Tipton St, Visalia Ticket Information imagineumuseum.z2systems.com It will include lots of activities and events associated with snowmen, private time in the museum, a movie, dinner, snacks and a special craft. This is a drop-off event, open to children 2-10 (as long as children are potty-trained). This popular event fills up quickly! Spaces are limited, so sign up today! (Members: $20 per child; Non-Members: $25 per child) Fresyes Fest , Saturday , March 24 , at 1pm-11pm . Tioga sequoia Brewing Company, 745 Fulton ST, Fresno . The Annual Block Party in Downtown Fresno promoting local music, food and food trucks, vendors, and of course craft beer! Always free to attend and all ages.

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Hanford-Visalia Comic Con on Saturday, February3 at 11am-5pm.The Kings Fair 10th Ave, Hanford. Tickets will 8$ at the door . Kids 12 and under are Free! And Yes Free Bridge 1/15 1-3pm Palm Parking ! Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite Maxwell’s Speakers Club 111A, Fresno. (559) 346- For Kids.Sat, January 6, 7662 or (559) 916-3078 2018,10:00 AM – 11:00 AM,1300 E Shaw Avenue Bingo 1/16 2-3pm Palm #149 Fresno, Join our club for Village Senior Network monthly training( one in per7638 N. Ingram, Suite son session then multiple vir111A, Fresno. (559) 346- tual sessions), live speaking 7662 or (559) 916-3078 critiques, world-wide competitions and more! Participating in the Maxwell Speakers Club is the next best thing to being trained by John Maxwell Fresno-Clovis Comic Con . himself. Each month, we will Jan 21 ,11am-5pm. Ramada watch and extract lessons Fresno near Cal state, 324 from John’s live presentaEast Shaw, Fresno. Tickets tions and speeches. As your available at Wonderland Com- facilitators, we will guide you ics at 1409 N Van Ness Ave, through practical exercises to Fresno. help you master your commu nication and become a better Fresno-Easton Comic Con speaker. You will experience on February 25, Sunday at the same quality instruction 11am-5pm. This is a akiddo used by John and Speaker friendly event , Kids under 12 Trainer, Roddy Galbraith, to its free ! Tickets at the door train speakers all over the are 7$ and 5$ if bought in world through the John Maxadvance . CPDES Hall 172 w. well Team.For children 10-17 Jefferson Ave , Fresno. $20 monthly.tickets www. eventbrite.com 50 Pounds From Star- dom,Tower Theatre, Saturday The Sound of Music ( TourFebruary 17 at 815 E.Olive ing), Wednesday ,Maarch 14 Ave. Fresno, (559) 485-9050. at 7.30pm at Saroyan Theatre 700 M St, Fresno, tickets tickMusical, Comedy, Pop etmaster. “50 Pounds From Stardom” is a music and comedy show Ani-Me Con 7.0Mar 17, starring Marianne LeMoine 2018 at 10 AM to Mar 18, Phoenix and Yvette Karr. 2018 at 7 PM. The Big FresPhoenix, a native Central no Fair 1121 S Chance Ave, Californian, Marianne has en- Fresno,Tickets registration: tertained extensively beside http://www.ani-me.com/ such luminaries as Wayne registration/The Big Fresno Newton, Dolly Parton and Fairgrounds has been home Debbie Reynolds, with a rep- to some of the biggest and ertoire that runs from Nat to exciting events in the Central Natalie Cole, Billie Holiday to Valley such as The Big Fresno Bette Midler, with stops as Fair, EDM events, Tattoo ExStreisand, Reba and Motown. pos, RV shows, and etc. Now Karr, who sang lead for the it is home to Ani-Me Con 7.0. rock band Pipe Dream for 11 years, has an extensive Satuday, March 24 at 11ambackground in contemporary 5pm, Los Banos D.E.S .PorChristian rock.Ages: All ages tuguese Hall, 1155 1 St , los Price: $29-$39 towertheatre- banos .This is a kiddo friendfresno.com ly event! 12 and under are free!Tickets are $5 if bought Seussical The Musical on in advance. Tickets will be $6 February 1-February 3 at 7pm at the door unless you have a at LJ Williams Theatre 1001 $1 off coupon. W Main St , Visalia. The mu- sical combines the stories of Make your own Heart by Dr Suess with spectacular Ballis Glass,Wed, January music and dance. 24, 2018 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM,2888 N Sunnyside #104 Calling All Promotors. Fresno, Guest Artists Wanted. We’ll design, print and distrib- With Valentines Day ahead, ute. Call 559-472-7182 it’s time to create a beautiful Glass Heart. Make it for Adult Coloring & Potluck 1/12 12-2pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111A, Fresno. (559) 346-7662 or (559) 916-3078

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CALENDAR yourself or give as that perfect one of a kind gift. This class includes everything you’ll need to design that one of a kind glass heart. You get to choose your own colors, add them to molten glass and then sculpt it into a heart. Made right before your eyes in a matter of minutes! Great for ages 6+. Each class is one hour long and has seats for 6 people so make it a family event. Closed toe shoes REQUIRED, light cotton clothing preferred. Light Refreshments will be provided. All glass items that we make have to cool over night so they will need to be picked up at a later time.Tickets www. eventbrite.com 2018 Prepared Private Evening Childbirth Class by Clovis Community Medical Center,Thu, February 15, 2018 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM,Clovis Community Medical Center 2755 Herndon Avenue Clovis,This private class condenses the four-week series into 3.5 hours of individualized instruction. It is designed to meet the needs of expectant parents seeking a private class option or for those who have time constraints. Private classes are located at Clovis Community Medical Center located in the AOB Conference Room B located in Builiding 721. questions, (559) 324-3773. Gardner- Junior Badge. Sat, January 27, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM .Clovis Botanical Garden,945 North Clovis Avenue,Clovis.Girl Scout Junior, how does your garden grow? Your Junior will find out what grows well in the Central Valley, visit a community garden. They will earn their badge while working with other Juniors from our council. Includes supplies, snacks and badge. Tickets www. eventbrite.com

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Rock Climbing ,Sunday K. Michelle at Aldo’s Night- Queens of the Stone Age Wine Tasting Food/Tasting Wine VS Beer Showdown February 25 at 10.30am- club,Thursday, January 11, Monday, January 29, 2018 at J. Sorrenti Wine Bar in the Thursday, February 1, 2018, 12.30pm.Metal Mark Climb- 2018 at 9 PM - 2 AM,pin 8 PM Selland Arena 700 M St, Sierra Nut House hosts daily at 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Civing &Fitness 4042 N Cedar Aldos Night Club,617 W Bel- Fresno. wine tastings, with appetizers ic Center Auditorium 400 Ave, Fresno . Call 353-5247 and full menu items. (559) N Douty St, Hanford. www. mont Ave, Fresno .Tickets al- dosnightclub.comK. Michelle Miranda Lambert February 432-4023 Sierra Nut House brownpapertickets.com This 3rd Annual Support Blue @ Aldo’s Nightclub 18+ | 9, 2018 Friday 7:00 PM Save 7901 N. Blackstone Ave. Fres- enjoyable wine, beer, and apFresno Run on Saturday Feb- 21+ FULL BAR ;VIP SERVICE: Mart Center 2650 East Shaw no, 93720 Daily 8am-8pm petizer tasting event benefits ruary 24 at 8 am -1pm. Wood- 559.999.4490 Avenue Fresno. Kings County Farm Bureau’s ward Park, 7775 N Friant Rd The Salsa Tuesdays Latin/ Ag Education Programs, in, Fresno. Tickets runsignup. Armed for Apocalypse, tobyMac: Hits Deep Tour Feb- Salsa, Ballroom Salsa Dance cluding scholarships and com. Come show support for Amenthes, Benson, Sinew ruary 13, 2018 Tuesday 7:00 Lessons start at 8 pm; mu- Farm Day. This is a 21 and the many men and women in Friday, January 26, 2018 at 7 PM Save Mart Center 2650 sic and dancing follow every over event. It’s a fun evening law enforcement, stand up PM - 11 PM.Full Circle Brew- East Shaw Avenue Fresno. Tuesday night at The Cellar supporting local youth and and run for the blue ! Free ing Co.620 F St, Fresno, Tick- Door. Beginners’ lessons run enjoy local wines, beers, and food and free parking ets www.seetickets.us The Avett Brothers March from 8-8:45 pm, advanced food. 29, 2018 Thursday 7:30 PM lessons from 8:45-9:30 pm, 3rd Annual Hanford Cow 3 Doors Down Acoustic – New Exhibit Hall 848 M Street and dancing follows. All dabce Reverend Horton Heat, Igor Run, Half Marathon and 5K Back Porch Jam Thursday, Fresno. lessons are free with admis- and the Red Elvises, Voodoo, on Sunday , February 4 at January 25, 2018 at 7:30 PM sion. www.cellardoor101. Jan 31 at 8pm . Fulton 55, 7am-12pm.This race ia excel- - 9:30 PM Visalia Fox Theatre Fossil Youth, Born Without com/event-calendar.html 875 Divisadero st , Fresno. lent for beginners and experi- 308 W Main St, Visalia www. Bones, Werebear, Artesia and Event Info: (559) 636-9463 Tickets www.ticketfly.com enced runners , walkers are ticketfly.com Wilted, Sunday, January 21, The Cellar Door 101 W. Main always welcome . For more 2018 at 7 PM - 10 PM,Full Cir- BURN OUT: Cannabis, Art, information log onto to www. Brad Paisley: Weekend War- cle Brewing Co. Social Fridays @imperiofres- Music,Saturday, January 27, hanfordcowrun.com no! Good Vibes This & Every 2018 at 4 PM - 9 PM.Tulare rior World Tour Friday, January Weekend. Don’t Miss Out on County Fair,620 South K 26, 2018 at 7 PM Save Mart PBR:Professional Bull Rid- Center 2650 E Shaw Ave, these great drink specials Street, Tulare, Tickets www. ers on Saturday, March 17 at Fresno. Drink Specials before 11pm livemusiccity.com.Gates open 7pm at The Save Mart Center $3 Budlights $5 AMFs $7 at 4pm // $20,620 S K St, 2650 E Shaw Ave , Fresno Tommy Castro & the Pain- So You Think You Can Drag? Remy 1738 SHOTS ONLY Tulare.Vendor Booths: www. killers: Stompin Ground CD January 9, 2018 – Janu- 3950 N Cedar Ave Fresno, TheBurnOutFest.com 2018 Sycamore Island 5k & Release Tour Friday, January ary 10, 2018, FAB Fresno, California. 10k Run/Walk,Sunday, Janu- 26, 2018 at 8:30 PM Show 716 E Olive ave , fresno- All White Glow Paint Party ary 28, 2018 at 8 AM - 11 AM, Map Fulton 55 875 Divisade- FAB presents So You Think Michelle at Aldo’s Night- Saturday, January 27, 2018 Sycamore Island - Public Fish- ro St, Fresno www.ticketfly. You Can DRAG? No COVER- club,Thursday, January 11, at 9 PM - 4 AM Mezcal Lounge Doors open early Show at 2018 at 9 PM - 2 AM,pin 1310 Van Ness Ave, Fresno. 3 ing on the San Joaquin River com 10pm Tutu Tuesday Drink Aldos Night Club,617 W Bel- djs, 7 Hours of Music FREE 39664 Avenue 7 1/2, Made- ra, Tickets runsignup.com. New Kingston, The Late Specials. Join us and see mont Ave, Fresno .Tickets al- GLOW STICKS ALL WHITE DE Ones Sunday, January 28, Fresno’s up and coming dosnightclub.comK. Michelle COR Dress code: ALL WHITE 2018 at 8 PM - 12 AM Strum- talent As well as some sea- @ Aldo’s Nightclub 18+ | mer’s 833 E Fern Ave, Fres- soned queens battle it out 21+ FULL BAR ;VIP SERVICE: Calling All Promotors We no www.ticketweb.com New for a spot on our FAB Friday 559.999.4490 can help get you out there. or Oooh POP! drag shows.For Kingston is a Progressive RegWe’ll design, print and disTommy Emmanuel CGP gae group. pre-bookings contact Cookie Calling All Promotors. with Special Guest J.D. Simo Cutter aka Chris Ruiz. We’ll design, print and distrib- tribute. We’ve got great rates on bulk prints too 559-472,Sunday, January 14, 2018 at FRESNOFLYER.COM ute. Call 559-472-7182 7182 8 PM - 11 PM,Tower Theatre 815 E Olive Ave, Fresno, Tickets towertheatrefresno.com Y&T , Tower Theatre on January 19 Friday 7.30pm-10pm. 815 E Olive Ave ,Fresno. 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