Jan 30 Monday
This 6-week course of ASL 1 & 2 classes is for all ages who want to learn in order to communicate with the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community, including family members and friends.
Jan 31 Tuesday
“Launch Central Valley,” a 10-week small business start-up bootcamp provides instruction and coaching from business experts in marketing, sales, finance and deals with attorneys, accountants and government officials. Sponsored by the Fresno Pacific University Center for Community Transformation. Meetings are online via Zoom with individual in-person coaching available.
Feb 01 Wednesday
The Fresno Audubon Society invites you on a birding field trip, meeting at the Valley Golf Center, then following the river downstream.
Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Brandie Posey is a stand up comedian, writer and producer who now calls LA's comedy scene home. She has been featured as a performer at the Bentzen Ball, New York Comedy Festival, RIOT Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, FEST in Gainesville, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, High Plains in Denver, among many others. She made her feature film debut in the indie dark comedy, "The Worst Year Of My Life" and her first stand up record Opinion Cave debuted at #1 on iTunes and #12 on Billboard.com.
Feb 03 Friday
National artists Lisa Turner and Mayuko Ono Gray are featured for February at Arts Visalia. Lisa Turner is a Washington state-based artist who utilizes popular imagery to create visually striking screen prints that examine mass media, material culture, and consumerism. Currently living in Texas, Mayuko Ono Gray artfully blends Western traditional drawing with Japanese calligraphy, the influence of her childhood in Japan, to create beautiful graphite drawings. Both exhibitions run from February 1-24, 2023 with a First Friday Reception on February 3, 5:30-7:30PM.
Since 1992, Hrair Hawk Khatcherian has been capturing the eternal images of Artsakh (Mountainous Karabakh) which he shares with his readers in this book. His travels started in 1988, with his involvement and participation in various Armenian diaspora activities related to the Karabakh Movement. This book is a recap of stunning photographs, in black and white, as well as, in color.
Feb 04 Saturday
Come for a morning of guided canoeing and Bald Eagle observations at Millerton Lake. Perfect for first-time paddlers and novice birders. You’ll learn basic paddling skills and practice observation skills. This is a canoe tour of 14 participants maximum. Children 9+ are welcome.
Get tips and advice from local realtors and make your dreams of owning a new home a reality during this fun and informative free seminar.
The music of Bach, Brahms, Schubert, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, and Arensky will be interpreted by Karen Madden, Fresno Pacific University piano instructor and director of keyboard studies, and Matthew Horton, university accompanist. Guest vocal artists include Sherah Moore Burdick (soprano), Kaylene Clark (alto), Aaron Burdick (tenor) and Joseph Camaquin-Vigil (baritone).