STOCKTON – The closest thing for me to making a New Year resolution was to actually do the 8th annual Resolution Run hosted by Fleet Feet.
What New Year's Eve celebration is complete unless it has the traditional midnight toast of either champagne or sparkling wine?
Looking for the ultimate party, but don't want to go too far? Ring in the New Year with familiar sights and pleasures. Modesto offers several large facilities hosting their own New Year's Eve parties for young and old alike.
It is no secret that New Year's Eve can be an expensive night. Most residents of Turlock buy their drinks in advance and navigate towards house parties to celebrate with friends and family members.
When New Year's Eve comes to mind, most adults think solely of drinking, partying, and upcoming resolutions; but for the members of the Mary Stuart Rogers Birthing Center at the Emanuel Medical Center in Turlock, New Year's Eve is just as special as any other day.
Los Angeles. Aside from the Big Apple, is there any other place in America that might legitimately call itself the Center of the Universe? In the case of Los Angeles, it is the center of the entertainment universe and has more legitimate movie stars per square inch than just about any other place on earth.
STOCKTON – Bill Cosby is appearing on Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Bob Hope Theatre.
BENEFIT DINNERS MANTECA Saturday, Jan. 5 AMERICAN LEGION POST 249 CRAB FEED: The American Legion Post 249 Crab Feed takes place on Saturday, Jan. 5, from 5 to 11 p.m. at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane, Manteca. Tickets are available for $35 from Carol Davis by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 284-5600. Saturday, Jan. 19 MANTECA/LATHROP BOYS & GIRLS CLUB CRAB FEED: The 32nd annual Manteca/Lathrop Boys & Girls Club Crab Feed takes place ...
Since 1918, June Bruce has experienced almost 94 years of Christmas celebrations. After moving from Oregon to Keyes when she was 3 years old, Bruce experienced a holistic approach to the holiday season. Her father was the Superintendent of the Swedish Baptist Church Sunday school, and her mother was the choir director in charge of the Christmas pageants. "We had to learn pieces and singing. I had a piece with three verses. I said the ...
Evelyn Prouty is no spring chicken. But you wouldn't dare call her a senior citizen even though she has finally retired and given up such pastimes as horseback riding, grave digging and holding tightly to the reins of the Manteca Historical Society.
To borrow a few lyrics from 'Jingle Bells,' Joan Nixon took a ride "on a one-horse open sleigh" one Christmas season.
It's not that tough to give a gift this Christmas that says "Manteca." You could drop by the grocery store and buy a can of Armour Star lard with both English and Spanish spellings or you could drop by the Manteca Museum gift shop. The museum gift shop at 600 West Yosemite Avenue offers everything from one-of-a-kind jewelry from years gone by and handmade items by Manteca craftsmen to books on local history. You can ...
For most parents and relatives, shopping for teenagers can be a nightmare. Especially if the gifts you are buying are a last minute endeavor.
MANTECA TONIGHT • KINDRED ARTS: Golden Bough is performing "Christmas in Celtic Land" during the Manteca Kindred Arts concert is tonight at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, North and Powers. Tickets are $15 at the door. For additional details, call (209) 823-2570 or (209) 239-2194. You can also visit the group's web site at www.mantecakindredarts.com CHURCH EVENTS Manteca Sunday, Dec. 23 • FREE CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION BRUNCH: The fourth annual Christmas Celebration Brunch ...
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE - With around a million skiers and snowboarders visiting Heavenly Mountain Resort each year, sometimes it can feel a little bit like they're all there the same weekend. But careful planning can help make your visit an experience more memorable for the mountain's unbelievable amenities than for the time you spent waiting in line.
VALLECITO - Twisted Oak Winery opens the 2013 concert series with the Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band under the stars at the winery in Vallecito.
NAPA (AP) - Love the lush and lovely Napa Valley but hate how expensive it can be? You're not the first. In the late 19th century, writer Robert Louis Stevenson moved his honeymoon to the rustic but free setting of an abandoned mining camp when the $10-a-week going rate for Calistoga hotels proved too much for his slender purse.