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GoDowntown Modesto – Music in Plaza April 28

GoDowntown Modesto – Music in Plaza April 28

GoDowntown Modesto Music in the Plaza There is a new season of local music in 10th St Plaza. It will be bright, shiny, bubbly, bouncy and fun. Enjoy our downtown plaza and take in a great dinner, some fabulous drinks and then a movie at Brenden all while listening to a fantastic line up of […]

GoDowntown Modesto – Amgen is Coming!

GoDowntown Modesto – Amgen is Coming!

Amgen Is Coming – May 15 The eyes of the global cycling world will be on Modesto USA on May 15 as the elite of the elite of world cycling ride into downtown Modesto to start Stage 2 of the 2017 Amgen Tour of California. Showcased in a lifestyle family festival that will begin at […]

GreetingsView – Spring Busting Out!

GreetingsView – Spring Busting Out!

Greetings Modesto Friends, Spring is busting out all over and as we transition from the rain and Irish green into the colors of spring flowers and flavors of spring produce and we all bust of move out there in the great outdoors as the season opens. I love every month as there is always something […]

BarView – Devine Southside

BarView – Devine Southside

BarView Devine Swine Summer Time Devine Southside. Robert C Wilson and Scottie Maynard are the proprietors of the Devine Swine, Roseburg Square’s BBQ place that has become a neighborhood favorite. Robert and Scottie have worked in restaurants together for 20 years and finally opened a place of their own. Loaded with tasty BBQ treats, a […]

Art Walk Bigger and Better

Art Walk Bigger and Better

ArtWalkView By Chris Murphy “Hi I’m Art!” Meet our Art Walk Mascot. Art is in downtown to help you locate some of the best local galleries, art, restaurants that are the culture of downtown Modesto. The 2017 3rd Thursday Artwalk is fresh and new with great things happening to bring more people to experience downtown […]

Modesto Bunny Con – April 8

Modesto Bunny Con – April 8

GoModesto BunnyCon – April 8 7 pm Firkin & Fox Yes friends, just when you thought a pub crawl couldn’t get more fun, here comes BunnyCon 2017. Get your flowers, ears and your cotton tail all ready and head to downtown Modesto on April 8 after Love Modesto. This will be an amazing time, with […]

PerformingView

PerformingView

PerformingView A Time to Perform in April By Kaye Osborn & ModestoView Staff There are lots of theatrical experiences for you to explore this month. My good friend Kimberly Ogden is directing a play for the Gallo Center Repertory Company called Sangre de un Angel written by Roxanne Scroeder-Arce (who also wrote Mariachi Girl). This […]

AllAgesView

AllAgesView

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson April, what an interesting and just as exciting month! We have officially kissed winter farewell and are embracing Modesto’s fortunate early summer. We as a city are extremely lucky to spend an extended amount of time in the sunshine. There are so many events and things to do, benefiting your environment […]

Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this Well as I wrote in the 5th grade when asked to write a verse about this time of year about the seasons; “Yes spring has sprung and with it we full of weeds”. Yes the blossoms are blooming and ‘tis the season to […]

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Go Rockabilly Rumble Modesto – April 22

Go Rockabilly Rumble Modesto – April 22

Go Modesto Since 1938, Rockabilly has been the music of Modesto. Throughout the decades, Rockabilly inspired Elvis Presley, The Stray Cats and many of our local Rockabilly musicians. On April 22 we bring the pin ups, the classic cars, the big slappin’ bass and the amazing greaser culture to 13th and J St. Don’t miss […]

DesignView – Modesto is Not Only a City, It’s a Font

DesignView – Modesto is Not Only a City, It’s a Font

DesignView Modesto is not only a city. It’s a font. by Lee Davis, Founder, Modesto Design School Every letter of every word you’re reading here has been designed. Each character of every font has been meticulously drawn by a typographer to ensure legibility, to be aesthetically pleasing, and to convey a style or symbolic meaning. […]

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HistoryView – 100 Years of Water

HistoryView – 100 Years of Water

History in Your Backyard 100th Anniversary of Woodward/Oakdale Reservoir by Lloyd G. Ploutz, Historian Congratulations to the South San Joaquin Irrigation District for its 100 years of service to the public of this area. Our lakes, reservoirs, canals and dams all began in 1866 when C. C. Wright was elected to our State Assembly from […]

Unplugged View – April MUMFest Showcase

Unplugged View – April MUMFest Showcase

Unplugged View MUM Fest 2017 Showcases the Month of April By Aaron Rowan Modesto’s premiere acoustic fest is back in full swing this month! The sixth annual Modesto Unplugged Music Festival is showcasing a flavorful spread of Americana, bluegrass, Celtic and more, in a series of intimate listening concerts from now through April 30. I’ll […]

Love Modesto

Love Modesto

Go LOVE Modesto! Don’t miss this opportunity to show your love for Modesto and get out with thousands of your friends and do something really good. On April 8, we will join together as a community to show how we make Modesto and the surrounding cities better by working together. There are over 50 projects […]

NonProfitView  Edited from Zion National Park

NonProfitView Edited from Zion National Park

Americana Stars Sing for Camp Jack Hazard For 93 years, Camp Jack Hazard has offered many kids their first wilderness experience. Jack and Buena Hazard started taking kids camping in the Stanislaus National Forest in the 1920s, and the camp has been in continuous operation every summer since. Created by the YMCA the camp is […]