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Kids Summer Film Festival
August 1-2, 8-9, 2018
10:00am
Maya Cinemas
Fresno

Arena Western Zone Senior Meet
August 1, 2018
Clovis North High School
Fresno

Movies in the Park: Cars
August 1, 2018
7:30pm
Frank H. Ball Park
Fresno

Summer Movie Express
Aug 1, 7-8, 2018
10:00am
Edwards Fresno Stadium 22 & IMAX
Fresno

Woodward Shakespeare Festival presents Much Ado About Nothing
August 2, 2018 
8:00pm
Woodward Park
Fresno

CArtHop
August 2, 2018 
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

Art Hop
August 2, 2018
5:00pm-8:00pm
Tower District & Downtown Fresno
Fresno

Nights In the Plaza Sunset Concert Series
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2018
8:00pm-10:00pm
Arte Americas
Fresno

Back to School Bash
August 4, 2018 
10:00am-4:00pm
Sierra Vista Mall
Clovis

Fireworks on the Lake
August 4, 2018 
7:30pm-8:30pm
Wild Water Adventure Park
Clovis

Saturday Morning Half-Day Canoe Tour
August 4, 2018 
8:30am-12:00pm
San Joaquin River Parkway & Conservation Trust- Owl Hollow to Fort Washington Beach Fresno

Vibe Barbecue Fest 2nd Annual
August 4, 2018 
4:00pm-10:00pm
Manchester Center
Fresno

Cherry Avenue Auction
August 4, 2018 
6:30am-3:30pm
Cherry Avenue Auction
Fresno

Bubble RUN
August 25, 2018
8:00am-12:00pm
Big Fresno Fair

Flashback Cinema: The Sandlot (1993)
August 29, 2018
2:00pm, 7:00pm
Sierra Vista Cinemas 16
Clovis

 
Metalmark Climbing & Fitness
Woodward Park 
Antique Shopping
Clovis Museum
Ski Lake Tahoe 
AMF Sierra Lanes
Yosemite National Park
Sequoia National Park
Riverside Golf Course
Fresno Chaffee Zoo 
Forestiere Underground Gardens
Shop River Park
Island Waterpark
Tower Theatre
Roeding Park  
The Big Fresno Fairgrounds 
Warnors Theatre
China Peak 
CartHop 
Madera Speedway 
Wild Water Adventure Park
Project Survival Cathaven
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs
August 3, 2018
Christopher Robin
The Darkest Minds
The Spy Who Dumped Me

August 10, 2018
Crazy Rich Asians
Grave of the Fireflies
Dog Days

August 17, 2018
Alpha
Running for Grace
The Little Mermaid

August 24, 2018
A.X.L.
Papillion
Beautifully Broken

August 31, 2018
Kin
The Wife
The Little Stranger

Summer is here! Schools and colleges are out, the weather is warm, the pools are open, and the fruity drinks are flying. A lot of people love summer but ultimately end up doing the same old stuff. Why not make this summer a little different? Here are some awesome things you should definitely do before the end of this summer!

1. Go for a picnic.

It seems a little old-fashioned, but a picnic can still be a lot of fun. Put some food in a basket or a cooler, go find a grassy spot somewhere, plop down, and have a meal. Take your friends or your family along and make an experience that you’ll remember. Just be sure to avoid the ant hills!

2. Go find your nearest body of water.

Water is an amazing thing and you can do a lot with it. Go visit a body of water this summer, be it a lake, an ocean, a river, or something else. Go fishing and swimming. Lie on the beach or go for a boat ride. There are a hundred things you can do once you hit water. Visit one and enjoy yourself!

3. Walk somewhere.

We have legs that we are using less and less these days. Do your body, your cardiovascular system, and your health a favor and pound some pavement this summer. Find a park or a trail and walk around. If you live close enough, hoof it to your local shopping center. Whatever it is, just get off your behind and walk around outside for a while. Did we mention that the sun gives away free vitamin D?

4. Try something you’ve never tried before.

When we were kids, summer was the time of exploration. We took the time off of school to try a lot of new things and begin to compile the experiences that would eventually become treasured memories. Why does it have to stop now that we’re grown up? There are a lot of things left to experience and you have three whole months to do them! Go skydiving or water skiing. Take a road trip to a place you’ve never been before. The possibilities are endless and they’ll be your treasured memories years from now.

5. Start a garden.

There is almost a primal satisfaction in making things grow out of the ground. A lot of people plant gardens and you should too. You can grow flowers, vegetables, fruits, or even herbs and spices. Finding what to grow can be fun and weeding your garden can be oddly calming and therapeutic. Plus at the end of the season, you can pick what you grow and use it for indoor decoration, as food, or to spice food. That’s a win-win!

6. Go on a vacation.

This one is self explanatory but nevertheless it’s important. The routine of day-to-day life can be stressful. Going on vacation allows you to get away from all the stress of your every day life. You can decompress, recharge, and give yourself a mental and emotional makeover. It also doesn’t hurt that vacations are fun.

7. Have a BBQ.

Fire up the grill and the smoker because it’s summer! There is no better time to have a BBQ and invite your friends, neighbors, and family over. It’s a fun time and it’s a great way to bond with the people you care about. BBQ is also delicious and with all of the other activities you’ll be doing, it’ll be easy to keep the weight off too.

8. Attend a parade.

Parades are a celebration. It’s people celebrating ideals and holidays. The feeling of going to one is generally uplifting and joyful. You get to see the artistic talents of the community through floats and presentations and you’re shoulder to shoulder with people who feel the same way. It’s a good time and worth checking out.

9. Go see some fireworks.

In the United States, we have a special day specifically for this event every year. Granted it’s our Independence Day, but until kids learn the value of the holiday in school, it’s known as the day where tens of millions of people across this country get together and fire things into the sky. A good fireworks display can be beautiful and breathtaking. It’s an experience you can’t miss.

10. Go hiking and camping.

Enjoying the great outdoors is always a good suggestion. Grabbing the old tent and sleeping bag, trekking out to the middle of nowhere, and sleeping there can be a liberating and refreshing experience. You’ll be away from civilization, away from the Internet, and bonding with nature. It’s great exercise too!

11. Have a garage sale.

During the winter, we’ve no doubt that you stocked up on stuff during the holiday season. That means it’s time to climb into the attic, venture into the garage, and dive into the basement to find all the old junk you don’t need anymore. You could throw it away, but one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Drop it out on the lawn, put some for sale signs on it, and make yourself a few bucks while you remove some clutter from your house.

12. Visit the zoo.

Going to the zoo can be a fun activity, even if you’re an adult. You can visit the animals and learn a little bit about wildlife. If you have kids then this is practically a mandatory event. There is practically an entire day’s worth of activities to take part in and going to the zoo isn’t all that expensive either.

13. Find a movie drive in.

This can be difficult one to accomplish because so many drive in movie theaters have closed down. If you’re up for it and you can find one relatively nearby, it’s totally worth driving out a couple of hours. There is something that is just fun about lying on your car or the bed of your truck while you watch a movie on a gigantic screen. It’s an experience that won’t be around for much longer, so it’s recommended you try it at least once.

14. Take a nap in a hammock.

Homer Simpson makes taking a nap in a hammock look fun because it is fun. It can be a challenge to find a hammock and find a place to put it up. It’s worth the effort because it’s the next best thing to going camping. You’re sleeping outside with nature and hammocks can be pretty comfortable if you set them up right.

15. Go to an outdoor concert.

Summer is a great time to go see an outdoor show. A lot of artists tour during the summer and most large cities have an outdoor venue. There are even a boat load of festivals available where you can go see acts from multiple genres. Outdoor shows have more freedom than indoor shows and there is nothing that isn’t enjoyable about sitting in the grass with a beer and listening to music you enjoy.

Old Town Clovis Farmers Market
Saturdays Year-round, 8-11:30am
Bullard & Pollasky Ave
Vineyard Farmers Market
Year-round
Wednesdays, 3-6p,
Saturdays, 7am-12pm
100 West Shaw Avenue
Farmers Market at Park Place
Year-round
Saturdays, 9am-1pm
7835 N. Palm Avenue
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Year-round
Wednesdays Year-round, 9am-1:30pm
7300 N. Fresno Street
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