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BargainView – July Around Town


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By Monica Barber
July Around Town

Oh my lovelies, it’s been way too hot! Are you melting? Although the temperatures are rising, Ms. M has remained a social butterfly and has been making my way around the Modesto area to find new things for you to do. It’s always amazing and appreciated when a little bird whispers a new destination or something to do in my ear. Especially when this lady can pass those deals on to all of you. Here’s what my sources are telling me is fun or a deal, but don’t take my word for it! Check it out!

The Fourth of July wouldn’t be the same without the tradition of the parade in Downtown Modesto! Come celebrate the 141st anniversary of an event that has been happening in our city since 1874. The traditional parade route welcomes the area’s finest floats and marching bands in addition to more. After the parade head over to 10th Street plaza for family-friendly games, music, food and more until 3pm. Don’t miss out! More info: http://www.modestojulyparade.com/

Good news art lovers! There’s a new Artwalk in the neighborhood. For all you Turlock residents and fans of art be sure to head out the July 9th (the 2nd Tuesday of the month) for Art Around Town to check out some fabulous art and more. This is a bimonthly event in the Turlock area that promotes art, culture, and includes free music among featured artists. More info: https://www.facebook.com/ArtAroundTownTurlock

There’s nothing despicable about enjoying a movie especially in the middle of the day during the week in the hot temperatures. It’s even better if you’re a kid who loves some Minions! The State Theater hosts a sensory friendly film, Despicable Me on July 15th at 3pm. Join parents and children for this free event and mixer that should be fun! More info: http://www.thestate.org/calendar/event/424

If you love music and Tiki parties then you ought to check out the Northern California Women’s Music Festival fundraising concert at Minnie’s on July 17th. The lineup features local favorite Alida McKeon, Razz, Maddy Hudson, Low La La, Rainbow Girls, Athena McIntyre and Nadine the Band. $10 at the door for entry gets you great music and goes towards a fabulous cause. More info: http://www.northerncaliforniawomensmusicfestival.com/

If you can’t get enough music then close out the month with some Music in the Plaza on July 31st from 7-9pm. This free series has featured some of the area’s best local music. Stop in for a movie, drinks or food at one of the adjoining businesses in Modesto’s 10th Street Plaza while you take in the sounds of the Highway 99 Band. More info call: 209-529-9303.

Enjoy the heat Modesto and don’t let it stop you from getting around!
Kisses, m.

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