Sep 29 Friday
The Fresno Reel Pride LGBTQ Film Festival is back this year at the Tower Theatre, Fresno City College and Vista Theater, now with 34 years of bringing LGBTQ+ films and entertainment to the Central Valley.
The trio Tall Can Koozi closes out the 15th season of Bluegrass in the Park, Friday September 29. The band features former California state fiddle champion Dalisay Johnson with vocals by both Dalisay and Adam Johnson. Come early, bring a blanket or lawn chair, a picnic dinner, and money for the tip jar.
Throughout the twenty-first century, genocide denial has evolved. In addition to outright negation, denial of genocide encompasses a range of techniques, including disputes over numbers, contestation of legal definitions, blaming the victim, and various modes of intimidation such as threats of legal action. Bedross Der Matossian, Professor of Modern Middle East History at the University of Nebraska, will discuss how these stategies are currently being implemented.
Sep 30 Saturday
Come out and enjoy Mopars from all over the West Coast, both vintage and late-model. This family-friendly event includes food trucks, music, and playgrounds for the kids. You might even find that part you’ve been looking for in the swap meet section. Proceeds to benefit local charities.
This year's event is set to be the biggest ever, featuring special survivor recognition, local vendors, food & drink, music, raffle prizes, photo station and more.
The Fresno Cactus & Succulent Society presents its Fall Plant Sale on September 30, 2023. Club members will be selling their home grown plants, garden items and handmade pottery. This is a great chance to find a variety of unusual cacti, succulents, and houseplants, plus one of a kind pottery that will make your plants pop. Cash only and bring your own box.
The Marketplace at El Paseo is hosting a Harvest Festival in the center on Saturday, September 30, 2023, 11AM - 2PM. Bring the whole family and enjoy this free event with activities for families with younger children. The kids will love the variety of activities being offered such as face painting, harvest games with prizes, candy for kids in costume, refreshments and more.
Come enjoy an exciting time at this year’s Gospel Day at the Kern County Fair, featuring some amazing local choirs and groups happening at the Frontier Stage. Headlining the event will be Grammy winning group, Israel and New Breed.
Oct 01 Sunday