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During the summer it can get expensive to keep children entertained while they are out of school. For those seeking fun activities for their children, the Turlock Library will be having lots of activities that can entertain the children this month.
Country music lovers and Trace Adkins fans in the Turlock Area won’t have to wait until August to see him perform. He and other country music stars will be performing at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds for the Kat Country Annual Listener Appreciation concert. 
Turlockers are invited to attend a Memorial Day Service that will honor all of those who died in war.
Now that summer is here and school is getting out, many parents are looking for activities that their children can participate in. The City of Turlock Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Department is offering summer camps.
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Turlockers have the opportunity to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, from an event hosted by the Turlock Fire Department.
If your car can’t pass a vehicle emissions test, Valley Clean Air Now might just pay you to make it pass at their upcoming event. According to a press release from Valley CAN, over 12,000 cars have been repaired to state smog standards by their Tune In & Tune Up program since 2003. The program has also been noted by the release as a one of the most cost-effective methods to reduce vehicle emissions in the state.
After studying political science and taking a leap of faith into the theater, Turlock native Bavlina Youri is bringing cast and crew back to Turlock in November for the filming of “I Meant to Tell You.” Production company Monarch Moon Films, which is behind the short film being shot in Turlock, is Co-Founded by the Turlock native herself.
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