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Turlock’s Carnegie Arts Center is providing a free, Family Friday Sock Hop July 18 for families to come and “dance their socks off.” If your dancing skills don’t quite date back to the age of hot rods and drive-in movies though, no fear, the Carnegie’s Facebook page promises you can learn right at the sock hop! Music will include selections from “Rock and Roll oldies.”
There are some events that are simply too perfect to resist. The community oriented veterinarians from Monte Vista’s Small Animal Hospital are at it again with the Scoop’it & Loop’it Ice Cream Social Doggy Walk. As if free Cold Stone Creamery ice cream wasn’t enough of a reason to wag your tail in excitement, they’ve thrown in free slices of pizza for every human who safely walks their canine companion.
Sometimes doing something good for other people requires getting downright filthy. The 3rd Annual Muddy Balls Volleyball Tournament is looking for teams to participate Aug. 2 at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds arena to benefit Kaiden Pacheco, an 8-year-old Hilmar girl who is battling stage 4 rhabdomyosarcoma, a malignant tumor that attacks muscles.
Save the date for first annual “Dancing with the Turlock Stars” Fundraiser to benefit the Salvation Army, scheduled for Sept. 18. The time and location are to be determined depending on public interest. The contest will pair up to 20 volunteer competitors with 20 local dance professionals. Dancing with the Turlock Stars is actively seeking nominations to fill only 11 remaining spots for potential dancers to show off their boogie shoes.
Turlockers love them some 7-Eleven Slurpees, especially when they’re free! Last year more than 2,400 Slurpees were given out for free at the 7-Eleven on Geer Road and this year owners Hady and Nazanin Nawabi expect even more thirsty customers.
The Stanislaus County Fairgrounds invites one and all to “Imagine the Savings” this year starting Friday, July 11 and running for 10 days. Discounted admission tickets and unlimited ride wristbands are still on sale until 7 p.m. tonight. There are a number of additional discounts and promotions available during the week of the fair. On Friday, July 11, if you bring 2 canned food items to benefit United Samaritans, you get $2 off one adult admission ticket — sponsored by the Modesto Bee. The first 1,000 guests will also receive gifts from the Modesto Bee.
The Turlock Pregnancy Center will be hosting the “Stepping Out for Life Fashion Show” and silent auction fundraiser this Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at Covenant Village of Turlock’s Berg Hall, located at 2125 North Olive Ave. Tickets for the fashion show are $10 and can be purchased TPC, located at 134 Regis St., Suite B in Turlock, or at Reed Reality, Simply Blinged, Yonan’s Floral, or Majesty Books.
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