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Easter Egg Hunt at Emmanuel Lutheran Church

Easter Egg Hunt at Emmanuel Lutheran Church

 

You are invited to celebrate the Reason for Easter at a safe, family friendly environment.  Emmanuel Lutheran Church will be hosting its 5th Annual Egg Hunt Extravaganza Saturday, March 30th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the corner of Fowler and Alluvial.


Take time out of your busy Saturday to visit the Easter bunny, take pictures, meet great people and join the Egg Hunt for all ages with free music, crafts, face painting, bounce house, puppet show and much more.  


There will be three age specific egg hunts that are geared toward the little ones and go all the way to the older kids.  Emmanuel Lutheran’s Egg Hunt is a great opportunity to make life long memories with your family while meeting new people and learning about The Reason for Easter.  

 

Old Town Merchants Wanted for Wine Walk

Old Town Merchants Wanted for Wine Walk

 

Calling Old Town Clovis Merchants! Let the office know if you’d like to participate in the Spring Wine Walk and you can get a Merchant Packet. Call 298.5774 or you can pick up a Merchant Packet from Fifth Street Antiques and the Bistro/Hearts Delight. Packets are due by Friday, April 5th. Tickets for the event go on sale Friday, March 15th. Merchants receive two free tickets for the Wine Walk when they sign up.

A great line up of wineries are set with more to come. Old Town restaurants and caterers are being asked to participate in the providing of food sampling. Pollasky between 4th and 5th will close at 4PM for the event.

Spring Garden Tour

Spring Garden Tour

 

It’s time to get inspired again (and get a load of great ideas) for your garden.

The Master Gardener Association of Fresno County SPRING GARDEN TOUR is Saturday, April 27th RAIN OR SHINE from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Advance tickets are $25 each or $30 bought on the day. Everyone must have a ticket, including children.

Bluegrass Festival

Bluegrass Festival

 

Today is the Clovis Winter Bluegrass Festival (even though it’s officially Spring now.)

Come enjoy eight hours of music, workshops, vendors and prizes from 12:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.at Clovis Veterans Memorial Building 808 Fourth Street in Clovis across the street from Clark Intermediate School.

Proceeds benefit the Clovis Senior Center. 

Clovis Easter Egg Hunt

Clovis Easter Egg Hunt

 

The Clovis Easter Egg Hunt is tomorrow, Saturday, March 23rd at Pasa Tiempo Park at Barstow and DeWolf.

The Clovis Area Recreation is putting this on including crafts, games and, of course, an egg hunt.  There will even be a visit by The Easter Bunny!

Bring your own basket, please.

Games and crafts begin at 10 a.m.

Free for children 11 and under!

If you have any questions, call Clovis Area Recreation – 324-2780.

Antiques and Collectibles Fair

Antiques and Collectibles Fair

 

Thousands of people are in town to see more than 90 dealers assembled with their antiques and collectibles at the Old Town Clovis Fall Antiques & Collectibles Fair this Sunday, March 24th! A plethora of items:  colorful jewelry, pots, pans, toys, books and old magazines, records, musical instruments, Army memorabilia, furniture, glassware, clothes and much more! 

 This is in Old Town Clovis along Pollasky Avenue between Bullard Avenue and Third Street where you can seek a treasure picking up knick-knacks from decades past, the remnants of an aunt’s attic or the last heirlooms of a great-grandfather, each piece of history with a story.

 Free parking and free admission.  Great food!

Brittany Wilkinson UMDF Fundraising Dinner

Brittany Wilkinson UMDF Fundraising Dinner

 

This Saturday is the  8th annual Britanny Wilkinson United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation (UMDF) Fundraising Dinner. (KMPH FOX 26 Great Day's Kim Stephens is the night's MC.)

All are invited to this evening at Break the Barriers at 6pm. Tickets are $25 each. There is always an amazing raffle, beautiful silent auction, delicious dinner and special program learning about Brittany and the disease she lived with - a disease few still know about but 1 in every 200 people has a genetic mutation that may lead to mitochondrial disease. 

Mitochondria are in all our bodies, in our cells giving us energy. For those living with mitochondrial disease, which is genetic, that mitochondria doesn’t work right affecting the body in very painful ways.

Clovis East graduate, Brittany Wilkinson lived with this all her 18 years. Amidst her migraines and other debilitating pain, she gracefully raised awareness and funds for others living with this disease.