191 North Tully Road
Turlock, CA 95380
Phone: (209) 667-7777
Fax: (209) 667-7778
The Turlock High School Auditorium opened in 1925 and entertained the locals with regular theater and concert performances. In 1979, after a fire broke out, the building was damaged and needed repairs. It was reopened in 1999 as the Turlock Community Theatre, boasting high quality acoustics and plush seating for a memorable theater experience.
Home to the Modesto Nuts, this field has all it takes to make a ball game perfect. Rows and rows of aluminum stands, a beautiful, diamond-shaped field, a courteous staff and clean, spacious surroundings are what greet fans when they enter. Cheer the team as the refreshments keep you peppy. Group tickets include discounts and perks. This is also a great place for kids to celebrate birthdays with their favorite stars. The ball park organizes a cheery and fun-filled celebration, with loads of food, a birthday cake and a public address announcement. More thrills include a visit from the Nuts mascot and ten Upper Box game tickets. Those who chance upon this venue on Cinco De Mayo, might just be lucky enough to catch a mariachi band in performance.
Constantly striving for the highest quality attainable, this professional orchestra consists of 75 to 85 professional musicians from the Central Valley and San Francisco Bay area and the orchestra offers a subscription series and special concert series during their season each year.
Central California Bridal Show in Modesto is designed to help you create the wedding of your dreams. Bring your mom, bridesmaids and your groom and spend the afternoon meeting many of the best local wedding and event professionals serving Stanislaus and San Joaquin areas showcasing the latest trends. A Bridal Sweepstakes, including a free wedding dress, will be given away at the fashion show.
West Side Theatre is a gem of a theater located in Newman, California. This theater plays host to a number of theater performances through the year, in addition to hosting concerts and other events as well. Housed in a 1940 building which was formerly a movie house, this place carries on its legacy of providing entertainment to all. Check their website for the latest schedules.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown on eight big screens at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that offers comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
The Merced Art Hop is a chance for the community to meet in downtown Merced to support local businesses and artists, and to celebrate the vast interpretations of what art is. Come downtown (plenty of street, surface and parcade parking), pick up a map at the information table in Bob Hart Square, and start walking. Visit all or some of the businesses who are hosting artists for the night. The rest is up to you. Meet local artists and business owners, ask how they got started, what inspires them, learn more about their products and artwork, maybe even buy something or just window shop. These events happen throughout the year. Normally every several months. Check out the website for additional dates.