36th Annual Turlock Downtown Christmas Parade “Box Office Christmas” December 5, 2014 6:30pm

36th Annual Turlock Downtown Christmas Parade “Box Office Christmas” December 5, 2014 6:30pm

36th Annual Turlock Downtown Christmas Parade “Box Office Christmas” December 5, 2014 6:30pm

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Turlock Fields of Ice with Ice Skating, Christmas Trees & More! November 29, 2013-January 12, 2014

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This winter Turlock will be getting more exciting! Fields of Ice, LLC is bringing seasonal Ice Skating with a temporary rink and a lot of the most beautiful and environmentally friendly hand harvested Christmas Trees!

R.A.M. Farms Inc, the folks who are also responsible for the pumpkin patch & corn maze, are very excited to bring this to the community.

ICE SKATING
We are so excited to bring this holiday tradition to the Central Valley! The 80×60′ rink will open on November 29, 2013 and run through January 12, 2014 at the same location as the pumpkin patch is every October – 716 N. Daubenberger Dr. Turlock, CA 95380

This 80×60 foot rink is made from real ice and is great fun for the entire family! Ice skating sessions will begin every 2 hours on even time slots: 10AM, Noon, 2PM, 4PM, 6PM and 8PM (weather permitting). The cost of your session also includes skate rentals! Every skill level and age group welcome!

Daily (MON-THURS) 10-10
Regular Admission: $10.00
Child 12 & under: $8.00

FRI, SAT, SUN 10-10
Regular Admission $12.00
Child 12 & Under: $10.00

Plan on visiting frequently? Want to bring the family a few times? We offer a stamp card for $80 that is good for 10 individual skate sessions at any time slot. Ask the cashier!

For More Information Visit: Turlock Fields of Ice

Stanislaus County Fair July 12-21, 2013

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In 1911, the Turlock Melon Carnival took place for the first time, sponsored by the Turlock Chamber of Commerce. The Turlock Melon Carnival was an effort to promote and market the local melon industry and shipping business.

The Melon Carnival lasted only a few years, and in 1924, the American Legion Rex Ish Post 88 organized a 4th of July celebration for largely the same purpose.

In 1925, the American Legion resurrected the name “Turlock Melon Carnival” for the mid-summer festival.

The 4-H and FFA livestock shows were instituted in 1933, and in 1935, the State of California issued a charter that established the 38th District Agriculture Association (DAA), which remains today.

From a summer weekend in 1911 to a 10-day run, the Stanislaus County Fair has been a source of fun, entertainment and education for people of all ages.

900 N. Broadway Avenue

Turlock, CA 95380

Fairtime:

Office Hours:  8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Grounds and buildings open: Monday-Friday: 5 p.m. / Saturdays and Sundays: noon

Buildings close: Nightly: 11 p.m.

Fairgrounds close: Nightly: midnight

Carnival Hours: Monday-Friday: 5 p.m. – midnight

Saturday & Sunday: 12 p.m. – midnight

*Closing hours for the grounds and the Carnival subject to change by Fair officials on a nightly basis.

Source: Stanislaus County Fair

Relay For Life of Turlock May 18-19, 2013

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Event Time:
May 18-19, 2013
8:30am

Event Location:
Dutcher Middle School
1441 Colorado Ave.
Turlock, CA
Track, on the corner of Hawkeye & Olive Avenue

Opening Ceremony: 8:30 am
The Opening Ceremony brings everyone together for a high-energy event kickoff to celebrate the lives of those who have battled cancer, to inspire hope by sharing recent accomplishments and progress, and to remind everyone that while we are winning this battle, fighting cancer is a year-round priority.

Survivors Lap:  9:00 am
During the Survivors Lap, upbeat music plays as all cancer survivors at the event take the first lap around the track cheered on by the other participants who line the track, celebrating their victory over cancer.

Luminaria Ceremony:  9:00 pm
The Luminaria Ceremony is a time to remember people we have lost to cancer, to support people who currently have cancer, and to honor people who have fought cancer in the past. The power of this ceremony lies in providing an opportunity for people to work through grief and find hope.

Fight Back:
The Fight Back Ceremony symbolizes the emotional commitment we each make to the fight against cancer. The action we take represents what we are willing to do for ourselves, for our loved ones, and for our community to fight cancer year-round and to commit to saving lives.

Closing Ceremony:
The Closing Ceremony is a time to remember the lives of those lost and to celebrate that each of us has committed, through our participation in a Relay event, to fight back against this disease over the next year.

For More Information: Turlock Relay for Life