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Greetings from ModestoView | 05-20-2020

Greetings from ModestoView | 05-20-2020  
ModestoView News Letter

Greetings Friends!

I hope you are all well and safe.  Our area is really doing great and people are playing by the rules.   It is going to be an interesting week.  Our community has been sheltering and bit by bit, we are beginning to open up. We are waiting to hear from the Governor’s office if the Stanislaus County plan has been accepted, and the local Modesto area restaurants have put a really good plan together for safe opening called “MoCertified” so they can hopefully open this weekend.   I, like all of you want to feel safe and want to see that local businesses have prepared properly for opening.  I know we can do this, so let’s not blow it, do it right, keep our distances, and wear a mask when there are groups where you can’t distance. www.mocertified.com 

ModestoView is tracking any new event that may be happening as we open up.  Every night, tune in too www.facebook.com/modestoview for the 6 pm Virtually Live Shows.  You can count on great local music every night.  This is Must See TV friends.  #supportlocal #listenlocal   ModestoView is keeping you in shape with Victoria Popoff’s free Pilates Classes on Thursday at 10 am and 4:30.  Let’s be Modesto Strong!  

Sad to report that MoBand had to cancel the the June shows for the first time in 100 years.   Hopefully there is a chance for the July shows, but the #1 goal is to keep the concert goers and the band performers safe.   ModestoView’s ace Middagh Goodwin will be looking for any and all new events that start to pop up.  But in the meantime, you can always find something to do, read, watch, explore at www.modestoview.com  Don’t start your day without checking it.  

One thing for sure, you will only find 100% good and positive events and conversation at ModestoView.  No Negativity, No Politics, No Conspiracies, just heaping helpings of Civic Pride served daily.  

Thank you for reading ModestoView and please share this with a friend.  
Have a great week, 

Chris Murphy chrism@modestoview.com 




Daily Listen to Local Programming on KCBP 95.5 FM  
Daily Excercise, Read do activities with your kids
Daily 6 pm MAMA Virtual Live on ModestoView 
Tuesday 2 pm Virtual Book Chat on Stanislaus Library 
Thurs/Sat 8 am Certified Farmers Market next to the Library
Thursday 10 am/4:30 pm Pilates with Victoria Popoff on ModestoView 
Thursday 7:30 pm Free Virtual Education Seminar on The State Theatre 
Friday 10 am Virtual Story Telling on Stanislaus Library
Friday 7:30 ET Drive-In at Shelter Cove presented by The State Theatre(Sold Out)
Saturday 2 pm  Gotcha Covered Live Stream 
 

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FoodView: Delicious and Deliverable

By Chris Murphy

I love Grab N Go and hope you do too.
ModestoView has been out there doing GrabNGo every day, making sure we know who is open, new hours and our job is to make sure that we support our local restaurants and help to it in a safe way. We have worked to get local restaurants on regional TV shows like Good Day Sacramento. My own commitment to our local restaurant community is to make sure I am picking up Grab n Go every day. Our company Sierra Pacific Warehouse Group has been providing daily meals to our amazing associates and truck drivers on the front lines of the food supply chain and have purchased over 5,000 meals from local restaurants along with the support of our customers like Purina USA.  Read More

Creating your own Photo Memory Wall for Under $25

By Michael Mangano

Like most of us we have been trap within four walls for some time now, so why not make one a memory wall of a great trip, a fun family vacation, a summer of concerts or a family reunion. I have one of the concerts I photographed and when I am feeling a bit down I look at and make my heart a bit lighter: especially now with no concerts happening. So let’s brighten up a space in your home; it can be in the family room or maybe over your desk. A memory wall can be a great family DIY project to do and it doesn’t have to cost allot. Read More

Go Modesto: Support Local

By Middagh Goodwin

Modesto’s population is approximately 204,933, it is the 18th largest city in California. What does that ultimately mean? There are a lot of people living in and around Modesto.
Statistics show that about 68% of what is spent locally is reinvested in the community. Remember that statistic. Independent businesses return back into the community more than three times as much money per dollar of sales than chain competitors. 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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