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Cyclists looking to participate in the first annual Downtown Turlock bike race can now register online. The TEA Solar Cycling Classic will take place Aug. 8 through the streets of beautiful Downtown Turlock.
There was plenty of high octane fuel in the air when the Stanislaus County Fair opened July 10 with the truck and tractor pulls in the FoodMaxx Arena. The truck and tractor pulls pit truck versus truck as they attempt to pull a sled weighing thousands of pounds down a 300 foot track, with the sled becoming increasingly heavier as it travels down the track.
Because grief comes in all sizes, Jessica’s House is hosting a summer day camp for children who have experienced the loss of a parent or sibling. Jessica’s House is a place for grieving children, teens, young adults, and families to share their experiences through art, talking, and play.
The Stanislaus County Fair was home to two days of twisted metal and head jerking crashes at this year’s Destruction Derby. Day one was well represented by Turlock boys, with five of the night’s contestants driving and slamming in front of their home crowd.
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The registration deadline for National Night Out block parties that would like to receive a visit from special guests is quickly approaching. America’s National Night Out Against Crime, which will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 4, is an evening designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for local anti-crime efforts, and strengthen police-community partnerships.
The 2015 Stanislaus County Fair opens Friday for a 10-day run full of new rides, food, and artists. Last year, approximately 239,000 guests attended the Stanislaus County Fair, the most in the last decade.
The Turlock Public LIbrary is offering several free crafts and activities for all ages throughout the month of July. On July 7 at 4 p.m., the library will celebrate Shark Week with the “Ocean in a Bottle” craft, where crafters will use recycled bottles to create miniature oceans to take home.
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