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With summer approaching and the sun shining, it’s time to air up those flat tires and hop in that bike saddle. Rolling Relics and the Wobble Riders Bike Club are hosting a family friendly bike ride through the streets of Turlock on May 30.
Registration is now open for Turlock parties as part of America’s 2015 National Night Out Against Crime on Aug. 4. Parties who register by July 17 will receive a special visit from Turlock police officers, firefighters, City officials, McGruff the Crime Dog, or Blue Santa.
KCSS 91.9 FM, California State University, Stanislaus’ student-run radio station, will host the fifth annual Bandstand concert on May 9 at the Grizzly Rock Café in Turlock. The Bandstand is a one-night music festival, showcasing local musicians from Turlock and the surrounding areas. Three stages will be set up, two on the patio and one in the bar, with local artists of all genres. Admission is free.
The Turlock Public Library will host a variety of free and fun events for both children, teens, and adults during the month of May. Kicking off the month, on May 6 at 10:30 a.m., is the monthly meeting of the Turlock Library Book Club. The book club will be discussing Shanghai Girls by Lisa See. A limited number of copies are available for checkout at the library. Please contact the Turlock Library Reference Desk at 209-664-8100 for more information.
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Although Love Turlock is right around the corner on May 2, there’s still some time to sign-up for one of the several community projects still looking for additional volunteers. Love Turlock began in 2011, after the success of Love Modesto, which started in 2009. While Turlock also had their own smaller version of the service project, formerly called Servolution, offered through New Life Christian Center, Pastor Dave Larson said that he wanted to expand the project into the community so that others who did not attend New Life could participate as well.
After nearly a decade of waiting, California State University, Stanislaus students will finally get their chance to get “hyphy” with this year’s Warrior Day headliner. The CSU Stanislaus Warrior Activities Center announced Friday that rapper E-40 will be performing at this year’s Warrior Day on May 8.
The California State University, Stanislaus Department of Theatre will be performing William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” for free under the stars this spring. “King Lear,” a dark and mystifying tragedy, is the sixth annual outdoor Shakespeare production at the University. This year the production is directed by Patricia O’Donnell and feature Jere O’Donnell in the titular role.
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