May 24 Tuesday
Tuesdays at the Mainzer is a quarterly speaker series that highlights food, culture and art of the San Joaquin Valley. All talks held in the Mainzer Cinema and are free of charge. Kids Discovery Station, a nonprofit organization, is the only educational venue of its kind in Merced.
on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at the Bakersfield Jazz Workshop the featured artist is the Shafter Big Band. Trumpeter Gary Ingle directs a great show of tightly presented familiar music with two singers.
Newly widowed Margaret Osgood buys a mink coat and joins the Wandering Widows’ Club. Her late husband’s business partner takes an interest in her finances - for who’s sake? Will false intentions become clear to make way for true love? And, why the coat? Show Dates: May 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 June 3, 4, 5
May 25 Wednesday
With a dark, but charismatic style and dry, but engaging delivery, Becky Lynn has made herself one of the brightest young stars in the Northern California comedy scene opening for such heavy hitters as Jen Kirkman, Erica Rhodes, and Rhea Butcher. She can be seen hosting at Cobbs Comedy Club and both Sacramento and San Francisco Punch Line Comedy Clubs.
Learn how to uniquely record, edit and create multiple videos in order to garner attention from online audiences across specific platforms. Membership Required.
May 26 Thursday
Caregiving with Siblings is a 90-minute virtual workshop presented by Valley Caregiver Resource Center. Discussion includes: common sibling conflicts, tips for encouraging sibling participation, and tools for effective communication.
The Fresno Arts Council presents the 9th Annual Arts Alive in Agriculture Juried Art Show on Thursday, May 26, 2022, in the Barn at the San Joaquin Parkway Trust River Center. This year’s presentation will include an awards ceremony, live performances, and a public reception at 5:30PM. Arts Alive in Agriculture is a celebration of the agricultural industry through the visual arts with the intent to promote and encourage creative perspectives on intimate relationships with food-production here in the Central Valley.
Scott Patrick, formerly of Cottonwood Creek, returns to the Mainzer stage! Scott Patrick is a local favorite indie-folk/country artist from the Sierra Nevada foothills.