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Events on Thursday, February 7, 2013
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Jan. 28-Feb. 21. ArtHop reception 5-8 p.m. Feb. 7.
Exhibit: Enso: Archetype of Wholeness, by Michael Garcia Feb.7-March 29. ArtHop reception, 5-8 p.m. Feb. 7. Artist reception, 4-8 p.m. Feb. 9. ArtHop reception, 5-8 p.m. March 7.
Toddlers and preschoolers, accompanied by their parents, are invited to a delightful time singing songs, doing finger plays, and listening to wonderful books read aloud.
Proceeds benefit the Fowler Public Library
Family Caregivers will learn practical suggestions and strategies to better help a loved one with Dementia. Plus, Family Caregivers will learn ways to cope with the Dementia behaviors and when to seek help for their caregiving situation.
To register please call Valley Caregiver Resource Center at 559-224-9154
The Alliance of California Artists is hosting Arthop Receptions in January, February & March.
Keeping alive the tradition of documenting local landscapes through painting on location, the San Joaquin Plein Aire Painters are presenting their work at Studio 74, February 7-23. Featured artists are Sandy Kowallis, Nancy Kemmer, Marilyn Torchin, Jocelyne Starkey, Maxine Fargason and Hallie Grant.
Opening with an Art Hop reception on Thursday, February 7, from 5-9 pm, Art Hop is an opportunity to meet the artists, discuss and purchase their work! The Gallery is open Monday-Saturday 1-6pm.
Welch is best known for his large scale abstract paintings. Contrasting geometric pattern with irregular form; and glossy candy-coated surfaces with bondo-matte pastels, Welch’s work is balanced by a sense of studied control and charged richness of both color and visual texture. The most recent work suggests ambiguous cityscapes that fall apart into random color and converging line, interpretations of the eroding economic climate and the barrage of conflicting mass-media noise and imagery.
The Kaiser Permanente Medical Weight Management program is a fee-for-service weight loss program designed for people with at least 40 pounds to lose. It includes low-calorie meal replacements, medical monitoring, and weekly classes. Please call or visit our web site to learn more about our next class.
Living Well Seminars
a monthly wellness program for adults that are interested in learning ways to maintain or improve health through lifestyle.
Presentations on current health topics, food and cooking demos, and a plant-based meal are included.
Every first Thursday of the month
October 4, 6 - 8 pm
Register at the door
$5 suggested donation
For info contact: 559-972-5400
2980 E. Yale Ave., Fresno, CA
This year promises to be one of our biggest festivals ever.
Along with our Traditional Jazz Bands, with a hint of Zydeco music to dance the night away, we will bring back the wearing of COSTUMES along with your masks.
We will continue to have our famous PARASOL parade too.
Decorate your favorite parasol in Mardi Gras Style.
There will be a PRIZE for the best costume
and a PRIZE for the prettiest PARASOL.
DANCE: Swing, Waltz, Lindy-Hop, Cha-Cha, West Coast, Balboa and more
This group is sponsored by Youth for Christ's Teen Parent's Program.
We are a group that exists to support pregnant and
parenting Teen Moms.
Our Teen Mom's Group meets the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Thursday (Sept. 13 through May) from 6-8pm at New Covenant (1744 E Nees (between Cedar and Mapel) Fresno, CA. Dinner provided for FREE,and Childcare is available.
Week 1 Don't be a victim
Week 2 Striking
Week 3 Ground grappling
Week 4 Stand up grappling
Week 5 Weapons
Week 6 Surprise
Week 7 Multiple attackers
Week 8 Putting it all together
This group is open to all family caregivers, it's not specific to any one diagnosis. Please join us and exchange information, feelings, difficulties and more ina supportive environment.
Registration is required in-order to receive call-in number and code