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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.
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.
Watch the mutts strut their stuff! A doggy PAWstume contest, PAWstume Parade, musical mats, and PUPkin prizes are all part of the 3rd Annual Barktoberfest, hosted by Monte Vista Small Animal Hospital. Barktoberfest will take place on Halloween from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the RAM Pumpkin Farm, located 716 N. Daubenberger Road.
Friday, 30 October 2015 08:55

Trick-or-Treat Downtown on Saturday

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Would your kids want to get started trick-or-treating earlier in the day? Do you want a safe place to go? This is not a trick, but a treat! You can take an early stroll through the spooky corridors of Main Street for trick-or-treating, on Saturday afternoon. There will be 30 businesses participating in giving out candy to kids on Halloween day.
Turlock High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) program will host its 2nd Annual Military Veterans Ball. The dinner will honor veterans from Stanislaus County from every branch of the military. The NJROTC is a cadet-run program that is funded by the United States Navy. It dedicates its time to teaching high school students the importance of leadership, teamwork, and citizenship in military and nonmilitary operations. It is taught by instructors who are retired Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard officers, as well as enlisted personnel.