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Greetings from ModestoView | 02-12-2019

Greetings from ModestoView | 02-12-2019

ModestoView News Letter

Greetings Friends!

Are you loving this wet chilly weather?  We are going to be wishing for this when it’s July.  We have some of the best snow in a long time and I think we are really starting to see some hope for the summer, but we need to watch out for flooding.  Please stay away from the rivers and creeks. Be safe.

This week there are loads of activities to keep you going inside and out.   Here is something for your “must do” list.  Raisin in the Sun will be presented at the Gallo Center by the Sankofa Rep Group. This is one of the classics as we celebrate Black History Month.  Get your tix at www.gallocenter.org and you can read all about this group and events happening in our area in the Feb ModestoView Magazine.

Guys and Gals, Sams and Sals, you know what this week is right?   Valentine’s Day.  Trust me, you do not want to blow this, and your show of affection can be big, small, expensive or thrifty, store bought or hand made, but one thing is for sure, show the people in your life that matter that you love and appreciate them.  The rest is up to you and if you check out our Facebook page, there are some great gifts you can win and a list of local retailers that have something special for this special day.

This is all about the love in our community, for our people, our friends and this place we call home or visit.  Hope you get out an explore and feel the love yourself.
Best to you all – Chris Murphy

Did you see the amazing Bowie Experience at the Gallo Center Sunday night?
Did you love the Johnny Cash Birthday Bash at the Prospect Theatre?
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Thursday 8:30 Sticks & Stones at Rivets
Thursday 10:30 pm Banda Maguey at The Palladium
Fri-Sat 7:30 pm A Raisin in the Sun at Gallo Center for the Arts
Friday 8 pm John Clifton/Vin Mott at Ralston’s Goat
Friday 8:30 pm Quick Fix at P. Wexford’s
Saturday 4 pm Diamond to the Rough at the State Theatre
Saturday 6:30 pm DonGato Latin Band at McHenry Museum
Saturday 9 pm Dj Chopstiqs at CR2
Sunday 10 am Mattea Overstreet at Cafe Deva
Sunday 3 pm Everly Brothers Experience at Gallo Center for the Arts

Bonus
Thursday 8 pm Anthony K at The Rusty Nail, Ceres
Friday 8 pm Ken Jeong at Bob Hope Theatre, Stockton
Friday 9 pm BluesBox Bayou Band at Black Oak Casino

Check out our Calendar for a complete listing of area events on Modestoview.com

Join the ModestoView & Things To Do! group on Facebook and share your events and find out what else is going on around town. 

ModestoView Civic Pride
Pick up a copy of the ModestoView Magazine on newsstands and drop off locations all over Modesto and Stanislaus County. or read online at www.modestoview.com

Black History Month

By John Ervin

It is that time of the year where we celebrate Black History Month, which is also celebrated in Canada, United Kingdom and the Netherlands. However, in all actuality, one month out of the year does not begin to celebrate the work, life, accomplishments, achievements and challenges of African Americans in the United States and around the world. Literally, every day is a day in Black history. Read More

The BigView: King Kennedy Center

By Tasha Williams

The King-Kennedy Memorial Center has been known as a central focus of excellence within the Modesto Community for years. For people of color, the center means much more than that. Year after year, people travel from all over the country to experience the ambiance of love and happiness shared by all who attend the events held in the venue. Read More

ValentineView

By Chris Murphy

There is always time for some romance. A quick date with your wife, partner or significant other is always possible. It doesn’t have to be a big deal, it can be a quick love note left on the nightstand or an extra hug and a smile. Don’t save your romance just for Valentine’s Day. There are little things you can do that have the look of love and be really romantic and set the tone for a great time. Read More

BrewView: Sweets for your Sweet (and You Too!)

By Brandilyn Brown and Christopher Mitchell

To help you woo your special someone this month, we thought we’d share our perfect “going out” & “staying in” pairings of our favorite sweet drinks and treats. Whether you’re taking out a partner, beloved family member, best friend or you’re inviting this person over for a special date, try one of these delicious concoctions to show them just how much you appreciate them. Your tummy will be on Cloud 9!  Read More

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If your event is not on this list, please email it to events@modestoview.com and check out calendar at modestoview.com before you leave the house. Read More

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Thanks for reading, Middagh Goodwin, ModestoView Senior Editor.
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