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Disney On Ice: Follow Your Heart
February 1, 2018
7:00pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Spring Awakening
February 2, 2018
7:00pm
Selma Arts Center

Annie
February 2, 2018
5:30pm
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

Just The Tips Tuesdays
February 2, 2018
7:30pm-9:30pm
DiCicco's Old Town Clovis

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

Sun Maid Kennel Club Dog Shows
February 3, 2018
8:00am-5:00pm
Big Fresno Fairgrounds
Fresno

2018 Black History Month Celebration
February 3, 2018
5:30pm-10:00pm
Golden Palace Banquet Hall
Fresno

The Jimmy Fun Run
February 3, 2018
8:00am
Woodward Park
Fresno

Valentine's Super Love Jam
February 9, 2018
7:30pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Valentines Super Love Jam
February 9, 2018
7:30pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Hump Day Blues Jam with Richie Blue
February 10, 2018
7:00pm-10:00pm
DiCicco's Old Town Clovis

Tower District Mardi Gras Parade!
February 11, 2018
1:00pm
Tower District
Fresno

Fresno County Wine Journey
February 11, 2018
12:00pm-5:00pm
Fresno County Wineries
Fresno

World Ag Expo
February 15, 2018
9:00am-4:00pm
International Agri-Center
Tulare

11th Annual Red Heart Ball - "A Night in Oz"
February 17, 2018
6:00pm-11:00pm
Clovis Veterans Memorial District
Clovis

90's Block Party
February 22, 2018
700 M St
Fresno

The Germ 16 Film Screening
February 22, 2018
7:00pm-10:00pm
Windsong Productions
Fresno
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
Friday, February 2
The Music of Silence
Street Lights
Winchester

Friday, February 9
The 15:17 to Paris
Entanglement
Peter Rabbit

Friday, February 16
The Monkey King 3
Black Panther
Early Man

Friday, February 23
Annihilation
Game Night
Every Day

Dog is the eleventh in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac sign. The Years of the Dog include 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030, 2042...

Dog is man's good friend who can understand the human's spirit and obey its master, whether he is wealthy or not. The Chinese regard it as an auspicious animal. If a dog happens to come to a house, it symbolizes the coming of fortune. The invincible God Erlang in Chinese legend used a loyal wolfhound to help him capture monsters.

Lucky Signs for People Born in Dog Year

Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 9
Lucky Colors: green, red, purple
Lucky Flowers: rose, oncidium, cymbidium orchids
Lucky Directions: east, southeast, south

Personality of the Dog

People born in the Year of the Dog are usually independent, sincere, loyal and decisive according to Chinese zodiac analysis. They are not afraid of difficulties in daily life. These shining characteristics make them have harmonious relationship with people around.

  • Strengths
    Valiant, loyal, responsible, clever, courageous, lively
  • Weaknesses
    Sensitive, conservative, stubborn, emotional
Love Compatibility of the Dog
  • Best Matches: Rabbit
    They are born to be a perfect match. Similar personality traits and common hobbies add much fun to their love relationship. They can understand each other and face difficulties with enough patience.
  • Bad Matches: Dragon, Sheep, Rooster
    Different sense of worth cause many conflicts in their daily life. Both of them are not willing to share inner true feelings. The lack of effective communication and trust won't bring a happy and relaxing marriage life.
Fortune in 2018

The year of 2018 is the Zodiac Year of Birth (Ben Ming Nian) for Dog people. In general, people with Chinese zodiac Dog sign will have a year full of challenges. Their career may face changes. The financial condition will be not as good as last year. Failed investments may lead to the unbalance of income and expenses. Most of them need to make great efforts and adapt for a long time. During the Year of Dog, they may suffer from sub-healthy body condition. Even though they feel exhausted because of the high pressure from work, they should balance well their health condition and career.

Which Type of 'Dog' Are You?

Combining the 12-zodiac cycle and the 5-element cycle, people show diverse traits and horoscope. See what kind of Dogs you are.

Types Years of Birth Personality Traits
Wood Dog 1934, 1994 Honest, reliable, considerate, having a strong feeling for justice.
Fire Dog 1946, 2006 Kind-hearted, cautious, working in a down-to-earth way.
Earth Dog 1958, 2018 Persistent, meticulously attentive, with good fortune in wealth.
Metal Dog 1910, 1970 Conservative, accommodating, strong sense of self-respect.
Water Dog 1922, 1982 Foresighted, responsible, but some self-centered.
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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs
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February 2018 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Disney On Ice: Follow Your Heart
February 1, 2018
7:00pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Spring Awakening
February 2, 2018
7:00pm
Selma Arts Center

Annie
February 2, 2018
5:30pm
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

Just The Tips Tuesdays
February 2, 2018
7:30pm-9:30pm
DiCicco's Old Town Clovis

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

Sun Maid Kennel Club Dog Shows
February 3, 2018
8:00am-5:00pm
Big Fresno Fairgrounds
Fresno

2018 Black History Month Celebration
February 3, 2018
5:30pm-10:00pm
Golden Palace Banquet Hall
Fresno

The Jimmy Fun Run
February 3, 2018
8:00am
Woodward Park
Fresno

Valentine's Super Love Jam
February 9, 2018
7:30pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Valentines Super Love Jam
February 9, 2018
7:30pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Hump Day Blues Jam with Richie Blue
February 10, 2018
7:00pm-10:00pm
DiCicco's Old Town Clovis

Tower District Mardi Gras Parade!
February 11, 2018
1:00pm
Tower District
Fresno

Fresno County Wine Journey
February 11, 2018
12:00pm-5:00pm
Fresno County Wineries
Fresno

World Ag Expo
February 15, 2018
9:00am-4:00pm
International Agri-Center
Tulare

11th Annual Red Heart Ball - "A Night in Oz"
February 17, 2018
6:00pm-11:00pm
Clovis Veterans Memorial District
Clovis

90's Block Party
February 22, 2018
700 M St
Fresno

The Germ 16 Film Screening
February 22, 2018
7:00pm-10:00pm
Windsong Productions
Fresno
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
Friday, February 2
The Music of Silence
Street Lights
Winchester

Friday, February 9
The 15:17 to Paris
Entanglement
Peter Rabbit

Friday, February 16
The Monkey King 3
Black Panther
Early Man

Friday, February 23
Annihilation
Game Night
Every Day

Dog is the eleventh in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac sign. The Years of the Dog include 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030, 2042...

Dog is man's good friend who can understand the human's spirit and obey its master, whether he is wealthy or not. The Chinese regard it as an auspicious animal. If a dog happens to come to a house, it symbolizes the coming of fortune. The invincible God Erlang in Chinese legend used a loyal wolfhound to help him capture monsters.

Lucky Signs for People Born in Dog Year

Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 9
Lucky Colors: green, red, purple
Lucky Flowers: rose, oncidium, cymbidium orchids
Lucky Directions: east, southeast, south

Personality of the Dog

People born in the Year of the Dog are usually independent, sincere, loyal and decisive according to Chinese zodiac analysis. They are not afraid of difficulties in daily life. These shining characteristics make them have harmonious relationship with people around.

  • Strengths
    Valiant, loyal, responsible, clever, courageous, lively
  • Weaknesses
    Sensitive, conservative, stubborn, emotional
Love Compatibility of the Dog
  • Best Matches: Rabbit
    They are born to be a perfect match. Similar personality traits and common hobbies add much fun to their love relationship. They can understand each other and face difficulties with enough patience.
  • Bad Matches: Dragon, Sheep, Rooster
    Different sense of worth cause many conflicts in their daily life. Both of them are not willing to share inner true feelings. The lack of effective communication and trust won't bring a happy and relaxing marriage life.
Fortune in 2018

The year of 2018 is the Zodiac Year of Birth (Ben Ming Nian) for Dog people. In general, people with Chinese zodiac Dog sign will have a year full of challenges. Their career may face changes. The financial condition will be not as good as last year. Failed investments may lead to the unbalance of income and expenses. Most of them need to make great efforts and adapt for a long time. During the Year of Dog, they may suffer from sub-healthy body condition. Even though they feel exhausted because of the high pressure from work, they should balance well their health condition and career.

Which Type of 'Dog' Are You?

Combining the 12-zodiac cycle and the 5-element cycle, people show diverse traits and horoscope. See what kind of Dogs you are.

Types Years of Birth Personality Traits
Wood Dog 1934, 1994 Honest, reliable, considerate, having a strong feeling for justice.
Fire Dog 1946, 2006 Kind-hearted, cautious, working in a down-to-earth way.
Earth Dog 1958, 2018 Persistent, meticulously attentive, with good fortune in wealth.
Metal Dog 1910, 1970 Conservative, accommodating, strong sense of self-respect.
Water Dog 1922, 1982 Foresighted, responsible, but some self-centered.
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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs
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Year of the Dog: Source






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Cherry Avenue Auction
January 2, 2018
6:30am-3:30pm
4640 S. Cherry Avenue
Fresno

Shadow a Keeper Camp
January 2, 2018
8:30am
Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Adventure Camp
January 2, 2018
9:00am
Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Winter Soccer Camp
January 3, 2018
9:00am-11:00am
Buchanan High School Soccer Fields
Clovis

CArtHop
January 4, 2018
11:00am-12:00pm
Maripoza Plaza
Downtown Fresno

Dollar Friday
January 5, 2018
9:00am
The Discovery Center
Fresno

Selma Comic Con
January 7, 2018
11:00am-5:00pm
Selma Portuguese Hall

Let's Talk Clovis
January 9, 2018
7:00pm
Clovis District Memorial Building
Clovis

Sesame Street Live!
January 12, 2018
2:00pm, 6:00pm
Saroyan Theatre
Fresno

Annie
January 18, 2018
5:30pm
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

Brad Paisley: Weekend Warrior World Tour
January 26, 2018
7:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

Spring Awakening
January 26, 2018
7:00pm
Selma Arts Center

Bald Eagle Viewing Hike
January 27, 2018
8:00am-12:00pm
San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust
Fresno

Ume Grove Tours
January 27, 2018
10:00am-5:00pm
Shinzen Japanese Garden
Fresno

Fresno Philharmonic: Tchaikovsky Fourth
January 28, 2018
3:00pm
Saroyan Theatre
Fresno

Queens of the Stone Age
January 29, 2018
8:00pm
Selland Arena
Fresno
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
Friday, January 5
Project Eden
Hanson and the Beast
Django

Friday, January 12
Paddington 2
Proud Mary
The Post

Friday, January 19
The Shape of Water
Forever My Girl
The Commuter

Friday, January 26
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Please Stand By
The Clapper
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs

The New Year is slowly nearing, and with the holiday season already upon us many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when winter starts.

1) Get in shape: Losing weight is the top resolution for Americans, and combined with “exercise more” and “stay fit and healthy” it is something that over a third of the population wishes to achieve. It’s easy enough to start an exercise and diet program, but the trick is to find a decent one that will give you steady results and will be easy to stick to in the long run. Have a look at these tricks, hacks, exercises and mistakes to avoid to make the best our of your resolution.

2) Start eating healthier food, and less food overall: This is usually an extension of the previous resolution. Switching to a healthier diet can be incredibly tricky when we are surrounded by cheap junk food. However, with a good amount of determination and some basic tips you can slowly develop healthier eating habits. Learn to control emotional eating, be aware of reasons for diets to fail, make use of these tricks and have a look at these awesome and healthy recipes.

3) Stop procrastinating: The biggest barrier that keeps most people from reaching their goals is the desire to relax and do something fun instead of working hard. Once you get used to procrastinating it’s difficult to snap yourself out of it, so you’ll need to put in a lot of work to change this bad habit. There are many useful tips out there to find your way to stop procrastinating. There are also tools which can help you achieve this task.

4) Improve your concentration and mental skills: People have been trying to find ways to improve their focus and cognitive capacities for thousands of years, and most ancient civilizations had some combination of mental exercise and herbal medicine to help them reach this goal. Today we can use anything from apps to ancient meditation techniques to boost concentration and hone our mental skills. If you go through with this, you will be able to control your mood, learn faster and have an easier time solving problems.

5) Meet new people: When we get stuck in a rut, we usually end up staying at home most of the time, missing out on a lot of interesting opportunities for networking and having fun. Meeting new people can be beneficial to your mental well-being and help your career, so don’t be afraid to get out there and make some friends. Overcome your shyness, get some knowledge and go and get to know new and interesting people.

6) Become more active: Some people don’t really have a big weight problem, and they even get some exercise a few times a week, but they just sit around the most of the time at home and at work, which can have a negative effect on their posture and health. In that case, all you need is to find ways of moving around more throughout the day instead of staying hunched over the computer. It’s even more fun if you share your activity with friends and family.

7) Become more confident and take some chances: If you are confident other people notice it, and it is much easier to have your opinions heard, ask people out on dates and get ahead at work. A good dose of self-confidence will help you lead a much happier life overall. Don’t hesitate to get some input on ways to boost your confidence.

8) Earn more money: Even billionaires are always looking for ways to earn more money, and we common folk can definitely use an additional source of income to make life a bit more comfortable. Fortunately there are plenty of options available, like having sidejobs, working as a freelancer or using the internet to your advantage.

9) Become more polite: Good manners have always been an important part of a civilized society. They make it easier to connect with others, avoid offending people and will ensure that others perceive you as a good and trustworthy person. So know the etiquette, be prepared or other manners in other countries, deal with rude people in the right way and learn how to say no.

10) Reduce stress: They say that stress is one of the biggest killers out there, and it can have a very destructive effect on your relationships as well as your health. It may be an unavoidable side effect of our hectic modern lifestyles, but it can be effectively managed with the help of useful, unconventional and easy to practice tricks for stress management.

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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New Year's Resolution Ideas: Source






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January 2018 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Cherry Avenue Auction
January 2, 2018
6:30am-3:30pm
4640 S. Cherry Avenue
Fresno

Shadow a Keeper Camp
January 2, 2018
8:30am
Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Adventure Camp
January 2, 2018
9:00am
Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Winter Soccer Camp
January 3, 2018
9:00am-11:00am
Buchanan High School Soccer Fields
Clovis

CArtHop
January 4, 2018
11:00am-12:00pm
Maripoza Plaza
Downtown Fresno

Dollar Friday
January 5, 2018
9:00am
The Discovery Center
Fresno

Selma Comic Con
January 7, 2018
11:00am-5:00pm
Selma Portuguese Hall

Let's Talk Clovis
January 9, 2018
7:00pm
Clovis District Memorial Building
Clovis

Sesame Street Live!
January 12, 2018
2:00pm, 6:00pm
Saroyan Theatre
Fresno

Annie
January 18, 2018
5:30pm
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

Brad Paisley: Weekend Warrior World Tour
January 26, 2018
7:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

Spring Awakening
January 26, 2018
7:00pm
Selma Arts Center

Bald Eagle Viewing Hike
January 27, 2018
8:00am-12:00pm
San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust
Fresno

Ume Grove Tours
January 27, 2018
10:00am-5:00pm
Shinzen Japanese Garden
Fresno

Fresno Philharmonic: Tchaikovsky Fourth
January 28, 2018
3:00pm
Saroyan Theatre
Fresno

Queens of the Stone Age
January 29, 2018
8:00pm
Selland Arena
Fresno
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
Friday, January 5
Project Eden
Hanson and the Beast
Django

Friday, January 12
Paddington 2
Proud Mary
The Post

Friday, January 19
The Shape of Water
Forever My Girl
The Commuter

Friday, January 26
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Please Stand By
The Clapper
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs

The New Year is slowly nearing, and with the holiday season already upon us many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when winter starts.

1) Get in shape: Losing weight is the top resolution for Americans, and combined with “exercise more” and “stay fit and healthy” it is something that over a third of the population wishes to achieve. It’s easy enough to start an exercise and diet program, but the trick is to find a decent one that will give you steady results and will be easy to stick to in the long run. Have a look at these tricks, hacks, exercises and mistakes to avoid to make the best our of your resolution.

2) Start eating healthier food, and less food overall: This is usually an extension of the previous resolution. Switching to a healthier diet can be incredibly tricky when we are surrounded by cheap junk food. However, with a good amount of determination and some basic tips you can slowly develop healthier eating habits. Learn to control emotional eating, be aware of reasons for diets to fail, make use of these tricks and have a look at these awesome and healthy recipes.

3) Stop procrastinating: The biggest barrier that keeps most people from reaching their goals is the desire to relax and do something fun instead of working hard. Once you get used to procrastinating it’s difficult to snap yourself out of it, so you’ll need to put in a lot of work to change this bad habit. There are many useful tips out there to find your way to stop procrastinating. There are also tools which can help you achieve this task.

4) Improve your concentration and mental skills: People have been trying to find ways to improve their focus and cognitive capacities for thousands of years, and most ancient civilizations had some combination of mental exercise and herbal medicine to help them reach this goal. Today we can use anything from apps to ancient meditation techniques to boost concentration and hone our mental skills. If you go through with this, you will be able to control your mood, learn faster and have an easier time solving problems.

5) Meet new people: When we get stuck in a rut, we usually end up staying at home most of the time, missing out on a lot of interesting opportunities for networking and having fun. Meeting new people can be beneficial to your mental well-being and help your career, so don’t be afraid to get out there and make some friends. Overcome your shyness, get some knowledge and go and get to know new and interesting people.

6) Become more active: Some people don’t really have a big weight problem, and they even get some exercise a few times a week, but they just sit around the most of the time at home and at work, which can have a negative effect on their posture and health. In that case, all you need is to find ways of moving around more throughout the day instead of staying hunched over the computer. It’s even more fun if you share your activity with friends and family.

7) Become more confident and take some chances: If you are confident other people notice it, and it is much easier to have your opinions heard, ask people out on dates and get ahead at work. A good dose of self-confidence will help you lead a much happier life overall. Don’t hesitate to get some input on ways to boost your confidence.

8) Earn more money: Even billionaires are always looking for ways to earn more money, and we common folk can definitely use an additional source of income to make life a bit more comfortable. Fortunately there are plenty of options available, like having sidejobs, working as a freelancer or using the internet to your advantage.

9) Become more polite: Good manners have always been an important part of a civilized society. They make it easier to connect with others, avoid offending people and will ensure that others perceive you as a good and trustworthy person. So know the etiquette, be prepared or other manners in other countries, deal with rude people in the right way and learn how to say no.

10) Reduce stress: They say that stress is one of the biggest killers out there, and it can have a very destructive effect on your relationships as well as your health. It may be an unavoidable side effect of our hectic modern lifestyles, but it can be effectively managed with the help of useful, unconventional and easy to practice tricks for stress management.

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
Copyright © 2018 Chicago Title, All rights reserved.
New Year's Resolution Ideas: Source






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Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
December 1, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Zoolights
December 1, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno

Discovery Center Dollar Days!
December 1, 2017
9:00am-5:00pm
The Discovery Center
Fresno

Santa Pictures
December 1, 2017
9:00am-9:00pm
River Park Shopping Center
Fresno

Miracle on 34th Street
December 1, 2017
7:00pm
Tower Theatre
Fresno

Annie The Musicals 2017
December 1-10, 2017
2:00pm, 7:30pm
Veterans Memorial Auditorium

88th Annual Downtown Fresno Christmas Parade
December 2, 2017
11:00am
Downtown Fresno

Annual Holiday Ice Show
December 2, 2017
4:15pm-6:15pm
Gateway Ice Center
Fresno

Christmas Tree Lane - Walk Night
December 2, 2017
6:00pm-11:00pm
Van Ness Blvd.
Fresno

Clovis Children's Electric Christmas Parade
December 2, 2017
6:30pm
Streets of Old Town Clovis

Christmas Tree Lane
December 5, 2017
6:00pm-10:00pm
Van Ness Blvd.
Fresno

ArtHop
December 7, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Downtown Fresno & Tower District

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides
December 30, 2017
1:00pm-4:00pm
Old Town 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
Friday, December 1
24 Hours to Live
The Swindlers
Big Time

Friday, December 8
Just Getting Started
The Disaster Artist
November Criminals

Friday, December 15
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Beyond Skyline
Ferdinand

Friday, December 22
Pitch Perfect 3
Downsizing
The Post
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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

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Whether your winter holiday trip enhances your yuletide nostalgia with traditions, sparkly lights, and nippy air or makes a radical break from it—by, say, taking you to warmer climes or a quiet, far-flung hideaway. With that goal in mind, we’ve rounded up diverse, exceptional places to get you in the spirit of taking off. Full list here.

Trømso, Norway

Why Go: The snowy city island of Trømso offers unparalleled views of the northern lights (look for them between 6 p.m. and midnight) and a chance to say you’ve been to the North Pole—well, the Arctic Circle, anyway—for Christmas. Plus, there’s dogsledding, great food, and a mountaintop cable car. Here, “day” is just a couple hours of twilight blue.

Where to Stay: Most hotels shut down for the holiday, but not the Clarion Hotel Bryggen, right on the harbor. The views of Trømso Sound are best admired from the roof’s steamy Jacuzzi. 

Holiday Dinner: Stay put at the Clarion for a traditional Norwegian Christmas dinner at its restaurant, Astro. The chef has been known to serve Nordic dishes like basil-glazed filet of catfish and whole roasted filet of pork, and recommends a side of French salt-baked Rosewald potatoes. 
 

Prague

Why Go: Stroll historic Nerudova street in Mala Strana to view the city’s Gothic and Baroque architecture, or catch an opera or ballet at the State Opera or National Theater. Visit the holiday markets in Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.

Where to Stay: The 109-room Hotel Josef is outfitted with Baleri armchairs, Philippe Starck bathroom fixtures, and fluffy duvets.

Don’t Miss: Standout local brews; grab a pint of pilsner at cozy U Pinkasů.
 

Lapland, Finland

Why Go: The wilderness Urho Kekkonen National Park, a 90-minute flight from Helsinki, is an actual winter wonderland: traverse the frosty landscape via a reindeer-pulled sled, or go cross-country skiing on the Saariselkä trails.

Where to Stay: Some of the igloos at Hotel Kakslauttanen are made of thermal glass—so you stay warm watching the northern lights.

Don’t Miss: A four-hour cruise on the Sampo, which served for 26 years as an icebreaker.
 

Zurich, Switzerland

Why Go: In this compact Alpine city, a display of 12,000 crystal lights marks the season on November 21. Grab a heissi schoggi (hot chocolate) and explore the galleries on Rämistrasse, check out the Conelli Christmas Circus, or listen to a holiday concert in the Romanesque-style Grossmünster church.

Where to Stay: Set on the Sihl River, the Hotel Restaurant Helvetia has 16 rooms with Art Nouveau touches.

Don’t Miss: On the eve of December 19, children set candles afloat on the Limmat River near City Hall.
 

Reykjavík, Iceland

Why Go: In this otherworldly landscape, daylight is a four-hour affair and the liquid-green aurora borealis illuminates the nighttime sky. Statues of the 12 Yule Lads (the Icelandic version of Santa Claus) peer out from every corner shop and window.

Where to Stay: For covetable views of the Hallgrímskirkja cathedral and reasonable room rates, check in to the Hótel Leifur Eiríksson.

Holiday Dinner: The seafood restaurant Vid Tjörnina lures locals and visitors alike with its classic Icelandic cuisine. How about hot smoked puffin followed by shots of Brennivín (a.k.a. schnapps, or “firewater”)?
 

Boston

Why Go: New England’s old-world ambience and coziness make Boston a natural choice for the holidays. Enjoy Beacon Hill’s cobblestoned streets dusted with snow, and celebrate the ghosts of Christmases past with the Christmas Revels at Harvard's Sanders Theatre.

Where to Stay: A gas fireplace warms every bedroom at the XV Beacon Hotel, which mixes classic details like an antique cage elevator with bold abstract paintings. Just a few minutes away from Boston Common and Faneuil Hall.

Holiday Dinner: No. 9 Park serves over-the-top, shockingly good cuisine. The menu showcases French- and Italian-influenced dishes such as signature prune-stuffed gnocchi with foie gras and Vin Santo sauce. A selection of rich desserts and artisan cheeses rounds out the offerings.
 

Edinburgh

Why Go: In this Scottish gem known for its widespread arts and theater culture, a holiday light show includes fireworks illuminating the sky from Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Bagpipes playing “Amazing Grace” around the Sir Walter Scott Monument serve even better than carolers.

Where to Stay: Fireplaces are continuously rekindled at the baronial Balmoral. The Caledonian Hilton Edinburgh is Scotland’s answer to the Plaza and equally as opulent.

Holiday Dinner: Sorceresses were burned at the stake beside the gates of Edinburgh Castle in the 16th century, but nothing is scorched at the Witchery by the Castle, which stands on the site. The restaurant serves Loch Duart salmon and Gartmorn Farm duck—all cooked to perfection.
 

Malmö, Sweden

Why Go: In this old-meets-new Swedish town, you can shop for Modernist designs while strolling through its 16th-century town square. Locals leave a hearty dinner of aquavit and herring by the fireplace for Santa instead of milk and cookies.

Where to Stay: High-class and centrally located on Baltzarsgatan, the Grand Hotel Garden Malmö serves traditional Swedish Christmas dishes as part of an all-you-can-eat buffet on December 25th.

Holiday Dinner: If you are not a buffet buff, book to eat at Petri Pumpa’s festive spread in the stately Elite Hotel Savoy. The fish-and-meat-centered feast includes a dozen varieties of herring and salmon; ham with red, brown, and green cabbage; and köttbullar (Swedish meatballs).
 

Provence, France

Why Go: A Provençal winter is always fairy tale–like: the villages gone silent at summer’s end come back to life; music from medieval churches fills the cobblestoned streets; women crowd around market stalls to sniff out the freshest foie gras.

Where to Stay: The region’s grand hotels—Couvent des Minimes Hôtel & Spa; the Terre Blanche Resort—pull out all the stops for the season. But for a quintessential country escape, why not rent an old-but-renovated farmhouse with a cozy heart?

Holiday Dinner: Christmas Eve dinner at the Château d’Estoublon's Bistrot Mogador is a traditional gros souper or “Great Supper.”
 

Bali, Indonesia

Why Go: Instead of carols, listen to the haunting sounds of the gamelan gong for a change while you admire the Christmas Eve sunset at the island temple of Tanah Lot.

Where to Stay: Incense wafts through the soaring lobby, and wreaths of rice plants, herbs, and flowers hang on the doors of the 22 suites and villas at the small, affordable but remarkably stylish Hotel Tugu Bali.

Holiday Dinner: The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan jazzes up the traditional meal: choose from an array of gourmet dishes, such as Ayung "Cocotte," Grilled Yellow Fin Tuna, Oven Roasted Lamb Shank, and much more.

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December 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
December 1, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Zoolights
December 1, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno

Discovery Center Dollar Days!
December 1, 2017
9:00am-5:00pm
The Discovery Center
Fresno

Santa Pictures
December 1, 2017
9:00am-9:00pm
River Park Shopping Center
Fresno

Miracle on 34th Street
December 1, 2017
7:00pm
Tower Theatre
Fresno

Annie The Musicals 2017
December 1-10, 2017
2:00pm, 7:30pm
Veterans Memorial Auditorium

88th Annual Downtown Fresno Christmas Parade
December 2, 2017
11:00am
Downtown Fresno

Annual Holiday Ice Show
December 2, 2017
4:15pm-6:15pm
Gateway Ice Center
Fresno

Christmas Tree Lane - Walk Night
December 2, 2017
6:00pm-11:00pm
Van Ness Blvd.
Fresno

Clovis Children's Electric Christmas Parade
December 2, 2017
6:30pm
Streets of Old Town Clovis

Christmas Tree Lane
December 5, 2017
6:00pm-10:00pm
Van Ness Blvd.
Fresno

ArtHop
December 7, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Downtown Fresno & Tower District

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides
December 30, 2017
1:00pm-4:00pm
Old Town 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
Friday, December 1
24 Hours to Live
The Swindlers
Big Time

Friday, December 8
Just Getting Started
The Disaster Artist
November Criminals

Friday, December 15
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Beyond Skyline
Ferdinand

Friday, December 22
Pitch Perfect 3
Downsizing
The Post
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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs

Whether your winter holiday trip enhances your yuletide nostalgia with traditions, sparkly lights, and nippy air or makes a radical break from it—by, say, taking you to warmer climes or a quiet, far-flung hideaway. With that goal in mind, we’ve rounded up diverse, exceptional places to get you in the spirit of taking off. Full list here.

Trømso, Norway

Why Go: The snowy city island of Trømso offers unparalleled views of the northern lights (look for them between 6 p.m. and midnight) and a chance to say you’ve been to the North Pole—well, the Arctic Circle, anyway—for Christmas. Plus, there’s dogsledding, great food, and a mountaintop cable car. Here, “day” is just a couple hours of twilight blue.

Where to Stay: Most hotels shut down for the holiday, but not the Clarion Hotel Bryggen, right on the harbor. The views of Trømso Sound are best admired from the roof’s steamy Jacuzzi. 

Holiday Dinner: Stay put at the Clarion for a traditional Norwegian Christmas dinner at its restaurant, Astro. The chef has been known to serve Nordic dishes like basil-glazed filet of catfish and whole roasted filet of pork, and recommends a side of French salt-baked Rosewald potatoes. 
 

Prague

Why Go: Stroll historic Nerudova street in Mala Strana to view the city’s Gothic and Baroque architecture, or catch an opera or ballet at the State Opera or National Theater. Visit the holiday markets in Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.

Where to Stay: The 109-room Hotel Josef is outfitted with Baleri armchairs, Philippe Starck bathroom fixtures, and fluffy duvets.

Don’t Miss: Standout local brews; grab a pint of pilsner at cozy U Pinkasů.
 

Lapland, Finland

Why Go: The wilderness Urho Kekkonen National Park, a 90-minute flight from Helsinki, is an actual winter wonderland: traverse the frosty landscape via a reindeer-pulled sled, or go cross-country skiing on the Saariselkä trails.

Where to Stay: Some of the igloos at Hotel Kakslauttanen are made of thermal glass—so you stay warm watching the northern lights.

Don’t Miss: A four-hour cruise on the Sampo, which served for 26 years as an icebreaker.
 

Zurich, Switzerland

Why Go: In this compact Alpine city, a display of 12,000 crystal lights marks the season on November 21. Grab a heissi schoggi (hot chocolate) and explore the galleries on Rämistrasse, check out the Conelli Christmas Circus, or listen to a holiday concert in the Romanesque-style Grossmünster church.

Where to Stay: Set on the Sihl River, the Hotel Restaurant Helvetia has 16 rooms with Art Nouveau touches.

Don’t Miss: On the eve of December 19, children set candles afloat on the Limmat River near City Hall.
 

Reykjavík, Iceland

Why Go: In this otherworldly landscape, daylight is a four-hour affair and the liquid-green aurora borealis illuminates the nighttime sky. Statues of the 12 Yule Lads (the Icelandic version of Santa Claus) peer out from every corner shop and window.

Where to Stay: For covetable views of the Hallgrímskirkja cathedral and reasonable room rates, check in to the Hótel Leifur Eiríksson.

Holiday Dinner: The seafood restaurant Vid Tjörnina lures locals and visitors alike with its classic Icelandic cuisine. How about hot smoked puffin followed by shots of Brennivín (a.k.a. schnapps, or “firewater”)?
 

Boston

Why Go: New England’s old-world ambience and coziness make Boston a natural choice for the holidays. Enjoy Beacon Hill’s cobblestoned streets dusted with snow, and celebrate the ghosts of Christmases past with the Christmas Revels at Harvard's Sanders Theatre.

Where to Stay: A gas fireplace warms every bedroom at the XV Beacon Hotel, which mixes classic details like an antique cage elevator with bold abstract paintings. Just a few minutes away from Boston Common and Faneuil Hall.

Holiday Dinner: No. 9 Park serves over-the-top, shockingly good cuisine. The menu showcases French- and Italian-influenced dishes such as signature prune-stuffed gnocchi with foie gras and Vin Santo sauce. A selection of rich desserts and artisan cheeses rounds out the offerings.
 

Edinburgh

Why Go: In this Scottish gem known for its widespread arts and theater culture, a holiday light show includes fireworks illuminating the sky from Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Bagpipes playing “Amazing Grace” around the Sir Walter Scott Monument serve even better than carolers.

Where to Stay: Fireplaces are continuously rekindled at the baronial Balmoral. The Caledonian Hilton Edinburgh is Scotland’s answer to the Plaza and equally as opulent.

Holiday Dinner: Sorceresses were burned at the stake beside the gates of Edinburgh Castle in the 16th century, but nothing is scorched at the Witchery by the Castle, which stands on the site. The restaurant serves Loch Duart salmon and Gartmorn Farm duck—all cooked to perfection.
 

Malmö, Sweden

Why Go: In this old-meets-new Swedish town, you can shop for Modernist designs while strolling through its 16th-century town square. Locals leave a hearty dinner of aquavit and herring by the fireplace for Santa instead of milk and cookies.

Where to Stay: High-class and centrally located on Baltzarsgatan, the Grand Hotel Garden Malmö serves traditional Swedish Christmas dishes as part of an all-you-can-eat buffet on December 25th.

Holiday Dinner: If you are not a buffet buff, book to eat at Petri Pumpa’s festive spread in the stately Elite Hotel Savoy. The fish-and-meat-centered feast includes a dozen varieties of herring and salmon; ham with red, brown, and green cabbage; and köttbullar (Swedish meatballs).
 

Provence, France

Why Go: A Provençal winter is always fairy tale–like: the villages gone silent at summer’s end come back to life; music from medieval churches fills the cobblestoned streets; women crowd around market stalls to sniff out the freshest foie gras.

Where to Stay: The region’s grand hotels—Couvent des Minimes Hôtel & Spa; the Terre Blanche Resort—pull out all the stops for the season. But for a quintessential country escape, why not rent an old-but-renovated farmhouse with a cozy heart?

Holiday Dinner: Christmas Eve dinner at the Château d’Estoublon's Bistrot Mogador is a traditional gros souper or “Great Supper.”
 

Bali, Indonesia

Why Go: Instead of carols, listen to the haunting sounds of the gamelan gong for a change while you admire the Christmas Eve sunset at the island temple of Tanah Lot.

Where to Stay: Incense wafts through the soaring lobby, and wreaths of rice plants, herbs, and flowers hang on the doors of the 22 suites and villas at the small, affordable but remarkably stylish Hotel Tugu Bali.

Holiday Dinner: The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan jazzes up the traditional meal: choose from an array of gourmet dishes, such as Ayung "Cocotte," Grilled Yellow Fin Tuna, Oven Roasted Lamb Shank, and much more.

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Wonders of the Night Sky
November 1-25, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Wuksachi Lodge
Sequoia National Park

CArtHop
November 2, 2017
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

ArtHop
November 2, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Downtown Fresno & Tower District

Native Son
November 2, 2017
7:30pm
Dennis & Cheryl Woods Theatre
Fresno State

West Coast Conference
November 2, 2017
9:30am-7:00pm
Fresno Convention Center

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
November 3, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Cineculture: Menashe
November 3, 2017
5:30pm
Peters Education Center Auditorium
Fresno State

Old Town Flea Market
November 4, 2017
10:00am-4:00pm
Clovis Rodeo Grounds

Fight For Water
November 11, 2017
5:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

Winter Jam
November 12, 2017
6:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

One Enchanted Evening
November 16, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Old Town Clovis

Thanksgiving Soccer Camp
November 21, 2017
9:00am-11:00am
Buchanan High School Soccer Fields
Clovis

Zoolights
November 26, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno
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
Friday, November 1
Thor: Ragnarok
LBJ

Friday, November 17
Justice League
Revolt

Friday, November 24
Call Me by Your Name
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

The classic way to cook turkey is to thaw a frozen bird, stuff it, then roast it. This method, while certainly a nice presentation, can often result in a poor outcome. The breast is often overcooked by the time the dark meat is done, the dark meat can be soggy because of the physics of the turkey shape, and there can be concerns with food safety.

So here are some different ways to prepare your Thanksgiving turkey.

Make Ahead of Time

Mary Frances wrote me and said this is how she cooks her turkey. She roasts it a day ahead of time, then makes the gravy with the drippings. She then slices all of the meat, places it in a large pan, covers it with gravy, and refrigerates. The next day all she has to do is finish the other side dishes and heat up the turkey in the gravy. Moist meat, no hassle, and a lot less work for you! Sounds like a plan!

Brine Turkey

Brining the turkey has become almost commonplace. The brining process forces liquid and seasonings into the turkey meat, making each bit flavorful and tender. You have to plan ahead for this method since the turkey has to be kept cold while it's brining. A cooler will keep the bird at the correct temperature, but the refrigerator is the safest bet. You can keep the turkey on ice if you're brining under two hours.

Roast turkey parts

Deconstruct your turkey and roast the parts separately.

With this method, you can alter the proportions of dark to white meat so there's enough for everyone. This method also ensures that the white meat is as tender as the dark. A boneless turkey breast will cook for a shorter time period. And if you cook a bone-in, skin-on turkey breast, it will take about 2 hours to roast, about as long as the bone-in legs because of the different sizes and weights.

The thighs cook for the shortest time period, so add them 30 minutes after the breast and legs have started.

Cook your stuffing in the crockpot for the complete turkey experience if you choose this method.

Crockpot Turkey

The crockpot is a great place to cook turkey breast. You can add stuffing or vegetables to the slow cooker for another course, which makes everything easier on you. I like to cook boneless, skinless turkey breasts in the crockpot, but you can cook any turkey part (except a whole bird) as long as you test the final temperature with a meat thermometer.

Cook the Turkey Frozen

I've been pushing this method for a few years now, and this is the way I cook my turkey. I love the fact that the breast meat is moist when the dark meat is done because of the turkey's physical structure, and that I don't have to fool around with thawing. This is also the safest method because you are scattering raw turkey juices all over as you struggle with the unwieldy bird.

Grill Turkey

Cooking the turkey on the grill is a wonderful way to free up your kitchen and give the bird fabulous flavor. Remember, you can grill in any weather - even in the snow!

Just make sure that your grill keeps a constant temperature throughout the cooking process. Use a grill thermometer and occasionally add coals if you're using charcoal.

Deep Fry Turkey

Deep frying results in a turkey with super crisp skin, moist meat, and a fabulous flavor. I've never attempted this, since I'm happy with my methods, but it's certainly a good way to cook a turkey. However, Underwriter Laboratories won't certify any turkey fryers because of problems with fire, even after the fryer manufacturers have made improvements.

So if you want to deep fry a turkey, be very careful. Only attempt this outside, away from buildings or flammable material, and keep several fire extinguishers on hand.

Roast a Chicken!

For smaller families, roasting a chicken is a wonderful idea for Thanksgiving. You get almost the same aromas and flavors, and you can stuff a chicken.

I, however, prefer to roast it with lemon and garlic, and cook stuffing in the crockpot again.

Happy Thanksgiving!

San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

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November 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Wonders of the Night Sky
November 1-25, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Wuksachi Lodge
Sequoia National Park

CArtHop
November 2, 2017
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

ArtHop
November 2, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Downtown Fresno & Tower District

Native Son
November 2, 2017
7:30pm
Dennis & Cheryl Woods Theatre
Fresno State

West Coast Conference
November 2, 2017
9:30am-7:00pm
Fresno Convention Center

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
November 3, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Cineculture: Menashe
November 3, 2017
5:30pm
Peters Education Center Auditorium
Fresno State

Old Town Flea Market
November 4, 2017
10:00am-4:00pm
Clovis Rodeo Grounds

Fight For Water
November 11, 2017
5:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

Winter Jam
November 12, 2017
6:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

One Enchanted Evening
November 16, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Old Town Clovis

Thanksgiving Soccer Camp
November 21, 2017
9:00am-11:00am
Buchanan High School Soccer Fields
Clovis

Zoolights
November 26, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno
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
Friday, November 1
Thor: Ragnarok
LBJ

Friday, November 17
Justice League
Revolt

Friday, November 24
Call Me by Your Name
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

The classic way to cook turkey is to thaw a frozen bird, stuff it, then roast it. This method, while certainly a nice presentation, can often result in a poor outcome. The breast is often overcooked by the time the dark meat is done, the dark meat can be soggy because of the physics of the turkey shape, and there can be concerns with food safety.

So here are some different ways to prepare your Thanksgiving turkey.

Make Ahead of Time

Mary Frances wrote me and said this is how she cooks her turkey. She roasts it a day ahead of time, then makes the gravy with the drippings. She then slices all of the meat, places it in a large pan, covers it with gravy, and refrigerates. The next day all she has to do is finish the other side dishes and heat up the turkey in the gravy. Moist meat, no hassle, and a lot less work for you! Sounds like a plan!

Brine Turkey

Brining the turkey has become almost commonplace. The brining process forces liquid and seasonings into the turkey meat, making each bit flavorful and tender. You have to plan ahead for this method since the turkey has to be kept cold while it's brining. A cooler will keep the bird at the correct temperature, but the refrigerator is the safest bet. You can keep the turkey on ice if you're brining under two hours.

Roast turkey parts

Deconstruct your turkey and roast the parts separately.

With this method, you can alter the proportions of dark to white meat so there's enough for everyone. This method also ensures that the white meat is as tender as the dark. A boneless turkey breast will cook for a shorter time period. And if you cook a bone-in, skin-on turkey breast, it will take about 2 hours to roast, about as long as the bone-in legs because of the different sizes and weights.

The thighs cook for the shortest time period, so add them 30 minutes after the breast and legs have started.

Cook your stuffing in the crockpot for the complete turkey experience if you choose this method.

Crockpot Turkey

The crockpot is a great place to cook turkey breast. You can add stuffing or vegetables to the slow cooker for another course, which makes everything easier on you. I like to cook boneless, skinless turkey breasts in the crockpot, but you can cook any turkey part (except a whole bird) as long as you test the final temperature with a meat thermometer.

Cook the Turkey Frozen

I've been pushing this method for a few years now, and this is the way I cook my turkey. I love the fact that the breast meat is moist when the dark meat is done because of the turkey's physical structure, and that I don't have to fool around with thawing. This is also the safest method because you are scattering raw turkey juices all over as you struggle with the unwieldy bird.

Grill Turkey

Cooking the turkey on the grill is a wonderful way to free up your kitchen and give the bird fabulous flavor. Remember, you can grill in any weather - even in the snow!

Just make sure that your grill keeps a constant temperature throughout the cooking process. Use a grill thermometer and occasionally add coals if you're using charcoal.

Deep Fry Turkey

Deep frying results in a turkey with super crisp skin, moist meat, and a fabulous flavor. I've never attempted this, since I'm happy with my methods, but it's certainly a good way to cook a turkey. However, Underwriter Laboratories won't certify any turkey fryers because of problems with fire, even after the fryer manufacturers have made improvements.

So if you want to deep fry a turkey, be very careful. Only attempt this outside, away from buildings or flammable material, and keep several fire extinguishers on hand.

Roast a Chicken!

For smaller families, roasting a chicken is a wonderful idea for Thanksgiving. You get almost the same aromas and flavors, and you can stuff a chicken.

I, however, prefer to roast it with lemon and garlic, and cook stuffing in the crockpot again.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

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Wonders of the Night Sky
November 1-25, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Wuksachi Lodge
Sequoia National Park

CArtHop
November 2, 2017
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

ArtHop
November 2, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Downtown Fresno & Tower District

Native Son
November 2, 2017
7:30pm
Dennis & Cheryl Woods Theatre
Fresno State

West Coast Conference
November 2, 2017
9:30am-7:00pm
Fresno Convention Center

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
November 3, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Cineculture: Menashe
November 3, 2017
5:30pm
Peters Education Center Auditorium
Fresno State

Old Town Flea Market
November 4, 2017
10:00am-4:00pm
Clovis Rodeo Grounds

Fight For Water
November 11, 2017
5:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

Winter Jam
November 12, 2017
6:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

One Enchanted Evening
November 16, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Old Town Clovis

Thanksgiving Soccer Camp
November 21, 2017
9:00am-11:00am
Buchanan High School Soccer Fields
Clovis

Zoolights
November 26, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno
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
Friday, September 1
Thor: Ragnarok
LBJ

Friday, November 17
Justice League
Revolt

Friday, November 24
Call Me by Your Name
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

The classic way to cook turkey is to thaw a frozen bird, stuff it, then roast it. This method, while certainly a nice presentation, can often result in a poor outcome. The breast is often overcooked by the time the dark meat is done, the dark meat can be soggy because of the physics of the turkey shape, and there can be concerns with food safety.

So here are some different ways to prepare your Thanksgiving turkey.

Make Ahead of Time

Mary Frances wrote me and said this is how she cooks her turkey. She roasts it a day ahead of time, then makes the gravy with the drippings. She then slices all of the meat, places it in a large pan, covers it with gravy, and refrigerates. The next day all she has to do is finish the other side dishes and heat up the turkey in the gravy. Moist meat, no hassle, and a lot less work for you! Sounds like a plan!

Brine Turkey

Brining the turkey has become almost commonplace. The brining process forces liquid and seasonings into the turkey meat, making each bit flavorful and tender. You have to plan ahead for this method since the turkey has to be kept cold while it's brining. A cooler will keep the bird at the correct temperature, but the refrigerator is the safest bet. You can keep the turkey on ice if you're brining under two hours.

Roast turkey parts

Deconstruct your turkey and roast the parts separately.

With this method, you can alter the proportions of dark to white meat so there's enough for everyone. This method also ensures that the white meat is as tender as the dark. A boneless turkey breast will cook for a shorter time period. And if you cook a bone-in, skin-on turkey breast, it will take about 2 hours to roast, about as long as the bone-in legs because of the different sizes and weights.

The thighs cook for the shortest time period, so add them 30 minutes after the breast and legs have started.

Cook your stuffing in the crockpot for the complete turkey experience if you choose this method.

Crockpot Turkey

The crockpot is a great place to cook turkey breast. You can add stuffing or vegetables to the slow cooker for another course, which makes everything easier on you. I like to cook boneless, skinless turkey breasts in the crockpot, but you can cook any turkey part (except a whole bird) as long as you test the final temperature with a meat thermometer.

Cook the Turkey Frozen

I've been pushing this method for a few years now, and this is the way I cook my turkey. I love the fact that the breast meat is moist when the dark meat is done because of the turkey's physical structure, and that I don't have to fool around with thawing. This is also the safest method because you are scattering raw turkey juices all over as you struggle with the unwieldy bird.

Grill Turkey

Cooking the turkey on the grill is a wonderful way to free up your kitchen and give the bird fabulous flavor. Remember, you can grill in any weather - even in the snow!

Just make sure that your grill keeps a constant temperature throughout the cooking process. Use a grill thermometer and occasionally add coals if you're using charcoal.

Deep Fry Turkey

Deep frying results in a turkey with super crisp skin, moist meat, and a fabulous flavor. I've never attempted this, since I'm happy with my methods, but it's certainly a good way to cook a turkey. However, Underwriter Laboratories won't certify any turkey fryers because of problems with fire, even after the fryer manufacturers have made improvements.

So if you want to deep fry a turkey, be very careful. Only attempt this outside, away from buildings or flammable material, and keep several fire extinguishers on hand.

Roast a Chicken!

For smaller families, roasting a chicken is a wonderful idea for Thanksgiving. You get almost the same aromas and flavors, and you can stuff a chicken.

I, however, prefer to roast it with lemon and garlic, and cook stuffing in the crockpot again.

Happy Thanksgiving!

San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

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November 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Wonders of the Night Sky
November 1-25, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Wuksachi Lodge
Sequoia National Park

CArtHop
November 2, 2017
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

ArtHop
November 2, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Downtown Fresno & Tower District

Native Son
November 2, 2017
7:30pm
Dennis & Cheryl Woods Theatre
Fresno State

West Coast Conference
November 2, 2017
9:30am-7:00pm
Fresno Convention Center

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
November 3, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Cineculture: Menashe
November 3, 2017
5:30pm
Peters Education Center Auditorium
Fresno State

Old Town Flea Market
November 4, 2017
10:00am-4:00pm
Clovis Rodeo Grounds

Fight For Water
November 11, 2017
5:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

Winter Jam
November 12, 2017
6:00pm
Save Mart Center
Fresno

One Enchanted Evening
November 16, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Old Town Clovis

Thanksgiving Soccer Camp
November 21, 2017
9:00am-11:00am
Buchanan High School Soccer Fields
Clovis

Zoolights
November 26, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno
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
Friday, September 1
Thor: Ragnarok
LBJ

Friday, November 17
Justice League
Revolt

Friday, November 24
Call Me by Your Name
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

The classic way to cook turkey is to thaw a frozen bird, stuff it, then roast it. This method, while certainly a nice presentation, can often result in a poor outcome. The breast is often overcooked by the time the dark meat is done, the dark meat can be soggy because of the physics of the turkey shape, and there can be concerns with food safety.

So here are some different ways to prepare your Thanksgiving turkey.

Make Ahead of Time

Mary Frances wrote me and said this is how she cooks her turkey. She roasts it a day ahead of time, then makes the gravy with the drippings. She then slices all of the meat, places it in a large pan, covers it with gravy, and refrigerates. The next day all she has to do is finish the other side dishes and heat up the turkey in the gravy. Moist meat, no hassle, and a lot less work for you! Sounds like a plan!

Brine Turkey

Brining the turkey has become almost commonplace. The brining process forces liquid and seasonings into the turkey meat, making each bit flavorful and tender. You have to plan ahead for this method since the turkey has to be kept cold while it's brining. A cooler will keep the bird at the correct temperature, but the refrigerator is the safest bet. You can keep the turkey on ice if you're brining under two hours.

Roast turkey parts

Deconstruct your turkey and roast the parts separately.

With this method, you can alter the proportions of dark to white meat so there's enough for everyone. This method also ensures that the white meat is as tender as the dark. A boneless turkey breast will cook for a shorter time period. And if you cook a bone-in, skin-on turkey breast, it will take about 2 hours to roast, about as long as the bone-in legs because of the different sizes and weights.

The thighs cook for the shortest time period, so add them 30 minutes after the breast and legs have started.

Cook your stuffing in the crockpot for the complete turkey experience if you choose this method.

Crockpot Turkey

The crockpot is a great place to cook turkey breast. You can add stuffing or vegetables to the slow cooker for another course, which makes everything easier on you. I like to cook boneless, skinless turkey breasts in the crockpot, but you can cook any turkey part (except a whole bird) as long as you test the final temperature with a meat thermometer.

Cook the Turkey Frozen

I've been pushing this method for a few years now, and this is the way I cook my turkey. I love the fact that the breast meat is moist when the dark meat is done because of the turkey's physical structure, and that I don't have to fool around with thawing. This is also the safest method because you are scattering raw turkey juices all over as you struggle with the unwieldy bird.

Grill Turkey

Cooking the turkey on the grill is a wonderful way to free up your kitchen and give the bird fabulous flavor. Remember, you can grill in any weather - even in the snow!

Just make sure that your grill keeps a constant temperature throughout the cooking process. Use a grill thermometer and occasionally add coals if you're using charcoal.

Deep Fry Turkey

Deep frying results in a turkey with super crisp skin, moist meat, and a fabulous flavor. I've never attempted this, since I'm happy with my methods, but it's certainly a good way to cook a turkey. However, Underwriter Laboratories won't certify any turkey fryers because of problems with fire, even after the fryer manufacturers have made improvements.

So if you want to deep fry a turkey, be very careful. Only attempt this outside, away from buildings or flammable material, and keep several fire extinguishers on hand.

Roast a Chicken!

For smaller families, roasting a chicken is a wonderful idea for Thanksgiving. You get almost the same aromas and flavors, and you can stuff a chicken.

I, however, prefer to roast it with lemon and garlic, and cook stuffing in the crockpot again.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

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Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
October 1, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
1959 N Willow Ave
Clovis

Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure
October 1, 2017
7:30am-11:30am
Chukchansi Park
Fresno

Hobb's Grove Halloween Haunt
October 1, 2017
6:00pm-10:00pm
Hobb's Grove
Fresno

Cherry Avenue Auction
October 3, 2017
6:30am-3:30pm
4640 S Cherry Ave
Fresno

The Big Fresno Fair
October 4, 2017
11:00am-11:00pm
Fresno Fair Grounds
Fresno

CArtHop
October 5, 2017
11:00am-5:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

ArtHop
October 5, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Various locations
Downtown Fresno

Craft Brew Fest
October 7, 2017
2:00pm-5:00pm
Fresno Fair

ZooBoo
October 20, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Cineculture - Frame by Frame
October 20, 2017
5:30pm
Fresno State

Fresno Taco Fest
October 21, 2017
11:00am-10:00pm
Woodward Park
Fresno

3rd Annual Fall Festival
October 21, 2017
4:30pm-9:30pm
Central Sierra Historical Society & Museum
Shaver Lake

43rd Annual Clovis Fest
October 28-29, 2017
8:00am-5:00pm
Old Town Clovis
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
Friday, October 6
Earth: One Amazing Day
The Stray
Dina

Friday, October 13
Goodbye Christopher Robin
The Foreigner
Breathe

Friday, October 20
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween
The Snowman
Geostorm

Friday, October 27
Suburbicon
The Square
Jigsaw
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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Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

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Whether you caught the DIY bug from creating homemade Halloween costumes for your kids, putting together pretty decorated pumpkins, or you're getting crafty for the first time, these homemade Halloween decorations make it easy to trick out your house for the holiday inexpensively — but without looking cheap.

1) Boo Bottles

Raid your recycling bin to make these glass ghosts in four easy steps: First, remove labels and caps from bottles (we used Perrier ones here). Spray-paint them white, then draw faces on with black marker. Finally, throw in colorful straws for cute centerpieces. See more in the video below, featuring InstaCraft:

2) Cobweb Coasters

Cups look creepy when sitting on these spindly saucers. Hook five bobby pins onto a 3/8-inch flat metal washer. Then, wrap twine around and thread through each bobby pin. Spray-paint everything white for that ghoulish look, and scatter small toy spiders around the table.

3) Spooky Terrarium

Today’s Creative Blog gives a creepy twist to the cute woodland world. After you search the backyard for twigs, moss, and rocks, scour the house for small Halloween-themed decorations like skulls and scary birds. Then, build your scene on an upside-down lid of a Mason jar. When your miniature landscape looks complete, screw the jar onto the lid and place in the window or next to your front door in lieu of a pumpkin.

4) Vampire Napkin Rings

Serious chompers make your table settings look so cute it’s scary. Splash white cloth napkins with red Kool-Aid, thread a white twist tie through a set of plastic vampire teeth, and finally secure a twist tie around the center of your napkin.

5) Creepy Wall Hangings

The Graphics Fairy makes Halloween decorating easier with three free printables and a simple technique to transfer the images directly onto fabric using your regular printer. (Make sure you have a full black ink cartridge.) Wooden embroidery hoops come from the craft store for under $2. If fabric hangings aren’t your thing, pop images into frames and hang them up around the house.

6) Ghostly Lanterns

Cheap and cheerful: Draw spooky faces on empty, clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow.

7) Wicked Witch Candy Dish

Turn a pair of old heels into a bewitching candy bowl. Wrap the heels in cheap sparkly paper, then decorate and fill with Halloween treats.

8) Hanging Bats and Ghosts

Kids can help turn egg cartons into bat decorations; just cut, paint, and add googly eyes. Make cute, cheap Halloween ghosts by painting leaves white, then drawing a spooky face with a marker.

9) Forever Pumpkins

For cheap jack-o-lantern decorations that will last past Halloween, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper or tissue paper. Add features with black construction paper, then pop in a tea candle—with flames, or battery-operated—and watch your "pumpkin" glow.

10) Crafty Spider Sacks

You won't want to dust away these Halloween cobwebs: Create chic, cheap yarn spider webs to decorate light fixtures, drape over curtains, or hang from a railing. Don't forget to attach a tiny plastic spider to each sack.

11) Bloody Table Runner

The geniuses at Brit + Co. have made Halloween that much more festive with this so-simple-its-insane DIY. Your materials: Gauze, red acrylic paint, and a paintbrush. Dab your paintbrush into the red paint and sporadically brush along the gauze runner. For a truly Dexter-inspired look, swipe some red paint onto Mason jars for candle votives and on plastic cups (add a handprint or two for really gruesome settings).

12) Lace Pumpkin

To give the classic lantern a new look, do like Amy from Postively Splendid and spray your pumpkins with white paint before wrapping them in strips of lace. No lace fabric handy? Try using a thick lace headband, or cut a strip of lace stocking and fit around the widest part of the pumpkin.

13) Spider Garland

We screamed when we saw this creepy, crawly banner from Oh My! Creative. Glue black yarn “legs” onto a pom and add a small dot of glue upon which to sprinkle orange sparkles. “While the spiders are drying (2-3 hours), cut the paper straws in half with scissors,” blogger Susan writes. “Sew through the belly of the spider...Then string them along alternating spiders and straws.”

14) Candy Corn Garland

Using paint chips in shades of yellow and orange, you can knock out these cheap candy corn garland decorations—sweet! Another idea: turn the paint cards into mini jack-o-lantern shapes.

15) Boo-tiful Wreath

Make a ghostly wreath decoration with cheap white felt ghosts and a black bow. You can spray your wreath gray or black, or leave it natural. Even sweeter: Wrap lollipops in tissues to make ghostly Halloween treats, then cover a wreath by tucking under a ribbon or attaching with glue.

16) Candy Corn Vases

Set the scene with cheap candy corn vases by decorating a Halloween table, windowsill, or mantel. Simply spray clean, empty bottles with orange, yellow, and white paint.

17) Front Door Mummy

Make a ghoulish first impression with this five-minute Halloween door DIY from Honey and Fitz. First, tape paper streamers to the front door, overlapping the strips to give a wrapped look. Then, cut sheets of black and white construction paper into circles to make eyes. Place the eyes on the top of the door and tape to secure.

18) Halloween Ornaments

Christmas ornaments make festive, cheap Halloween bulbs to decorate a house or yard. Cover ornaments in paper mache, then paint with Halloween designs like striped witch's stockings, pumpkins, or ghosts.

19) Mummy Seating Cards

Decorate inside and out for Halloween with this ingenious idea from Curly Birds. Glue gauze, googly eyes, and cardboard to fashion small, square mummies. Set them out as place cards for a Halloween party, drop a few into the candy bucket for trick-or-treaters, or send to school with the kids to give out to classmates.

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October 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
October 1, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
1959 N Willow Ave
Clovis

Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure
October 1, 2017
7:30am-11:30am
Chukchansi Park
Fresno

Hobb's Grove Halloween Haunt
October 1, 2017
6:00pm-10:00pm
Hobb's Grove
Fresno

Cherry Avenue Auction
October 3, 2017
6:30am-3:30pm
4640 S Cherry Ave
Fresno

The Big Fresno Fair
October 4, 2017
11:00am-11:00pm
Fresno Fair Grounds
Fresno

CArtHop
October 5, 2017
11:00am-5:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno

ArtHop
October 5, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Various locations
Downtown Fresno

Craft Brew Fest
October 7, 2017
2:00pm-5:00pm
Fresno Fair

ZooBoo
October 20, 2017
5:00pm-8:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Cineculture - Frame by Frame
October 20, 2017
5:30pm
Fresno State

Fresno Taco Fest
October 21, 2017
11:00am-10:00pm
Woodward Park
Fresno

3rd Annual Fall Festival
October 21, 2017
4:30pm-9:30pm
Central Sierra Historical Society & Museum
Shaver Lake

43rd Annual Clovis Fest
October 28-29, 2017
8:00am-5:00pm
Old Town Clovis
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
Friday, October 6
Earth: One Amazing Day
The Stray
Dina

Friday, October 13
Goodbye Christopher Robin
The Foreigner
Breathe

Friday, October 20
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween
The Snowman
Geostorm

Friday, October 27
Suburbicon
The Square
Jigsaw
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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs

Whether you caught the DIY bug from creating homemade Halloween costumes for your kids, putting together pretty decorated pumpkins, or you're getting crafty for the first time, these homemade Halloween decorations make it easy to trick out your house for the holiday inexpensively — but without looking cheap.

1) Boo Bottles

Raid your recycling bin to make these glass ghosts in four easy steps: First, remove labels and caps from bottles (we used Perrier ones here). Spray-paint them white, then draw faces on with black marker. Finally, throw in colorful straws for cute centerpieces. See more in the video below, featuring InstaCraft:

2) Cobweb Coasters

Cups look creepy when sitting on these spindly saucers. Hook five bobby pins onto a 3/8-inch flat metal washer. Then, wrap twine around and thread through each bobby pin. Spray-paint everything white for that ghoulish look, and scatter small toy spiders around the table.

3) Spooky Terrarium

Today’s Creative Blog gives a creepy twist to the cute woodland world. After you search the backyard for twigs, moss, and rocks, scour the house for small Halloween-themed decorations like skulls and scary birds. Then, build your scene on an upside-down lid of a Mason jar. When your miniature landscape looks complete, screw the jar onto the lid and place in the window or next to your front door in lieu of a pumpkin.

4) Vampire Napkin Rings

Serious chompers make your table settings look so cute it’s scary. Splash white cloth napkins with red Kool-Aid, thread a white twist tie through a set of plastic vampire teeth, and finally secure a twist tie around the center of your napkin.

5) Creepy Wall Hangings

The Graphics Fairy makes Halloween decorating easier with three free printables and a simple technique to transfer the images directly onto fabric using your regular printer. (Make sure you have a full black ink cartridge.) Wooden embroidery hoops come from the craft store for under $2. If fabric hangings aren’t your thing, pop images into frames and hang them up around the house.

6) Ghostly Lanterns

Cheap and cheerful: Draw spooky faces on empty, clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow.

7) Wicked Witch Candy Dish

Turn a pair of old heels into a bewitching candy bowl. Wrap the heels in cheap sparkly paper, then decorate and fill with Halloween treats.

8) Hanging Bats and Ghosts

Kids can help turn egg cartons into bat decorations; just cut, paint, and add googly eyes. Make cute, cheap Halloween ghosts by painting leaves white, then drawing a spooky face with a marker.

9) Forever Pumpkins

For cheap jack-o-lantern decorations that will last past Halloween, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper or tissue paper. Add features with black construction paper, then pop in a tea candle—with flames, or battery-operated—and watch your "pumpkin" glow.

10) Crafty Spider Sacks

You won't want to dust away these Halloween cobwebs: Create chic, cheap yarn spider webs to decorate light fixtures, drape over curtains, or hang from a railing. Don't forget to attach a tiny plastic spider to each sack.

11) Bloody Table Runner

The geniuses at Brit + Co. have made Halloween that much more festive with this so-simple-its-insane DIY. Your materials: Gauze, red acrylic paint, and a paintbrush. Dab your paintbrush into the red paint and sporadically brush along the gauze runner. For a truly Dexter-inspired look, swipe some red paint onto Mason jars for candle votives and on plastic cups (add a handprint or two for really gruesome settings).

12) Lace Pumpkin

To give the classic lantern a new look, do like Amy from Postively Splendid and spray your pumpkins with white paint before wrapping them in strips of lace. No lace fabric handy? Try using a thick lace headband, or cut a strip of lace stocking and fit around the widest part of the pumpkin.

13) Spider Garland

We screamed when we saw this creepy, crawly banner from Oh My! Creative. Glue black yarn “legs” onto a pom and add a small dot of glue upon which to sprinkle orange sparkles. “While the spiders are drying (2-3 hours), cut the paper straws in half with scissors,” blogger Susan writes. “Sew through the belly of the spider...Then string them along alternating spiders and straws.”

14) Candy Corn Garland

Using paint chips in shades of yellow and orange, you can knock out these cheap candy corn garland decorations—sweet! Another idea: turn the paint cards into mini jack-o-lantern shapes.

15) Boo-tiful Wreath

Make a ghostly wreath decoration with cheap white felt ghosts and a black bow. You can spray your wreath gray or black, or leave it natural. Even sweeter: Wrap lollipops in tissues to make ghostly Halloween treats, then cover a wreath by tucking under a ribbon or attaching with glue.

16) Candy Corn Vases

Set the scene with cheap candy corn vases by decorating a Halloween table, windowsill, or mantel. Simply spray clean, empty bottles with orange, yellow, and white paint.

17) Front Door Mummy

Make a ghoulish first impression with this five-minute Halloween door DIY from Honey and Fitz. First, tape paper streamers to the front door, overlapping the strips to give a wrapped look. Then, cut sheets of black and white construction paper into circles to make eyes. Place the eyes on the top of the door and tape to secure.

18) Halloween Ornaments

Christmas ornaments make festive, cheap Halloween bulbs to decorate a house or yard. Cover ornaments in paper mache, then paint with Halloween designs like striped witch's stockings, pumpkins, or ghosts.

19) Mummy Seating Cards

Decorate inside and out for Halloween with this ingenious idea from Curly Birds. Glue gauze, googly eyes, and cardboard to fashion small, square mummies. Set them out as place cards for a Halloween party, drop a few into the candy bucket for trick-or-treaters, or send to school with the kids to give out to classmates.

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Friday Sunset Kayak Tour
September 1, 2017
4:30pm-8:00pm
11605 Old Friant Road
Fresno

Wonders of the Night Sky
September 1, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Sequoia National Park

Bluegrass in the Park
September 1, 2017
6:30pm-8:30pm
901 Fifth St
Clovis

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
September 1, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Old Town Clovis ArtHop
September 1, 2017
5:30pm-9:00pm
Old Town Clovis

Nights in the Plaza Sunset Concert Series - Los Hijos de Jose
September 8, 2017
7:00pm-10:00pm
1630 Van Ness Ave
Fresno

4th Annual Central Valley Teen Challenge 5K Walk for Recovery
September 9, 2017
9:30am
42675 Road 44
Reedley

Fresno Cactus & Succulent Society Annual Show & Sale
September 9th, 2017
9:00am-6:00pm
808 4th St
Clovis

A Taste of River Park
September 9, 2017
6:00pm-10:00pm
71 Via La Plata
Fresno

Fresno State Football vs. Alabama
September 9, 2017
12:30pm
Bulldog Stadium
Fresno

Wine and Wishes
September 10, 2017
5:00pm-10:00pm
North Pointe Shopping Center
6741 N Palm Ave
Fresno

Sanger Farmers' Market & Street Faire
September 10, 2017
5:00pm-9:00pm
7th and N Streets
Sanger

The Magpie Salute
September 12, 2017
8:00pm
Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts
Fresno

Let's Talk Clovis
September 12, 2017
7:00pm
Clovis Veteran's Memorial Building

Smokey Bear Run
September 23, 2017
8:30am
Bass Lake
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
Friday, September 1
A Boy Called Po
Marvel's Inhumans
I Do... Until I Don't

Friday, September 8
Home Again
School Life
9/11

Friday, September 15
American Assassin
Rebel in the Rye
Manholo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards

Friday, September 22
The Lego Ninjago Movie
The Tiger Hunter
Shot

Friday, September 29
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
The Equalizer 2
Lucky

Labor Day weekend is the last big holiday of the summer and is a popular weekend for cookouts, weekend getaways and pool parties. To celebrate these last few days of summer, start planning a Labor Day party for your friends, family and neighbors. Follow these five easy tips for planning a Labor Day party and ensure your final summer bash is a hit.

Tip 1: Send a Save the Date

Labor Day is always a busy weekend that fills up with events quickly, so send out save the dates to your entire guest list 4-6 weeks before the party. This will ensure that your event will get on calendars before they accept invitations to other Labor Day events.

Tip 2: Pick a Theme

Labor Day is about celebrating patriotism and having a theme can help highlight all things American. Make sure to include the theme in your invitations so that your guests will have time to put together a festive outfit. Here are some perfect Labor Day party theme ideas:

  • Whiteout themed party: For those of you who are unaware of the Labor Day white rule, it goes like this: you're not supposed to wear white after Labor Day. Some people believe that this rule applies primarily to white shoes and others believe that all white items are a faux pas after Labor Day. A lot of people ignore the rule completely. Wherever you fall in the "no white after Labor Day" spectrum, a Whiteout party is a great way to poke a little fun at "the rules." Ask your guests to wear as much white as possible and have fun with this party theme yourself. Incorporate white into your decorations and party menu, too!
  • Red, White, and Blue party: Incorporate the colors of the flag and ask everyone to wear red, white, and blue. Use the theme in your decorations as well by having American flags, stars and stripes, and the colors (red, white, and blue) displayed throughout the party space.

Tip 3: Build Your Menu

Labor Day is the last "unofficial" weekend of summer and may be the last time you'll have an opportunity to bbq before the busy fall season begins. Take full advantage of your Labor Day party to serve lots of grilled dishes. Some great ideas for your Labor Day party menu include:

  • Grilled chicken/vegetable kabobs
  • Rib-eye steaks
  • Hamburgers/cheese burgers
  • Coleslaw
  • Tomato, mozzarella and basil skewers
  • Mixed fruit salad
  • Make-your-own ice cream sundaes
  • Seasonal fresh fruit pies

Tip 4: Decorate for the Occasion

Display fun, festive and casual decorations for Labor Day parties. Use the colors scheme red, white, and blue as a guideline for party accessories, streamers, balloons, plates, cups, etc. Aside from focusing on the American aspect of the holiday also tie in some classic BBQ/picnic décor such as rustic centerpieces filled with seasonal flowers and classic picnic table covers over each tabletop. Finalize you decorations with lighting to create ambiance. Paper lanterns or tiki torchlights are the perfect for any outdoor party.

Tip 5: Plan Activities for Guests

If you're planning a more casual backyard cookout to celebrate Labor Day, opt for team games like volleyball, tag football or tug of war. If you're planning an elegant evening party, hire a local musician to provide the entertainment. The music may even encourage guests to dance the night away under the stars. If there will be kids at the party, plan some activities for them. Plan to roast s'mores, give them jars to catch fireflies, or set up an arts and crafts table with summer craft ideas like colored sand jars or friendship bracelets.

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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
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September 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Friday Sunset Kayak Tour
September 1, 2017
4:30pm-8:00pm
11605 Old Friant Road
Fresno

Wonders of the Night Sky
September 1, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Sequoia National Park

Bluegrass in the Park
September 1, 2017
6:30pm-8:30pm
901 Fifth St
Clovis

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
September 1, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Old Town Clovis ArtHop
September 1, 2017
5:30pm-9:00pm
Old Town Clovis

Nights in the Plaza Sunset Concert Series - Los Hijos de Jose
September 8, 2017
7:00pm-10:00pm
1630 Van Ness Ave
Fresno

4th Annual Central Valley Teen Challenge 5K Walk for Recovery
September 9, 2017
9:30am
42675 Road 44
Reedley

Fresno Cactus & Succulent Society Annual Show & Sale
September 9th, 2017
9:00am-6:00pm
808 4th St
Clovis

A Taste of River Park
September 9, 2017
6:00pm-10:00pm
71 Via La Plata
Fresno

Fresno State Football vs. Alabama
September 9, 2017
12:30pm
Bulldog Stadium
Fresno

Wine and Wishes
September 10, 2017
5:00pm-10:00pm
North Pointe Shopping Center
6741 N Palm Ave
Fresno

Sanger Farmers' Market & Street Faire
September 10, 2017
5:00pm-9:00pm
7th and N Streets
Sanger

The Magpie Salute
September 12, 2017
8:00pm
Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts
Fresno

Let's Talk Clovis
September 12, 2017
7:00pm
Clovis Veteran's Memorial Building

Smokey Bear Run
September 23, 2017
8:30am
Bass Lake
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
Friday, September 1
A Boy Called Po
Marvel's Inhumans
I Do... Until I Don't

Friday, September 8
Home Again
School Life
9/11

Friday, September 15
American Assassin
Rebel in the Rye
Manholo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards

Friday, September 22
The Lego Ninjago Movie
The Tiger Hunter
Shot

Friday, September 29
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
The Equalizer 2
Lucky

Labor Day weekend is the last big holiday of the summer and is a popular weekend for cookouts, weekend getaways and pool parties. To celebrate these last few days of summer, start planning a Labor Day party for your friends, family and neighbors. Follow these five easy tips for planning a Labor Day party and ensure your final summer bash is a hit.

Tip 1: Send a Save the Date

Labor Day is always a busy weekend that fills up with events quickly, so send out save the dates to your entire guest list 4-6 weeks before the party. This will ensure that your event will get on calendars before they accept invitations to other Labor Day events.

Tip 2: Pick a Theme

Labor Day is about celebrating patriotism and having a theme can help highlight all things American. Make sure to include the theme in your invitations so that your guests will have time to put together a festive outfit. Here are some perfect Labor Day party theme ideas:

  • Whiteout themed party: For those of you who are unaware of the Labor Day white rule, it goes like this: you're not supposed to wear white after Labor Day. Some people believe that this rule applies primarily to white shoes and others believe that all white items are a faux pas after Labor Day. A lot of people ignore the rule completely. Wherever you fall in the "no white after Labor Day" spectrum, a Whiteout party is a great way to poke a little fun at "the rules." Ask your guests to wear as much white as possible and have fun with this party theme yourself. Incorporate white into your decorations and party menu, too!
  • Red, White, and Blue party: Incorporate the colors of the flag and ask everyone to wear red, white, and blue. Use the theme in your decorations as well by having American flags, stars and stripes, and the colors (red, white, and blue) displayed throughout the party space.

Tip 3: Build Your Menu

Labor Day is the last "unofficial" weekend of summer and may be the last time you'll have an opportunity to bbq before the busy fall season begins. Take full advantage of your Labor Day party to serve lots of grilled dishes. Some great ideas for your Labor Day party menu include:

  • Grilled chicken/vegetable kabobs
  • Rib-eye steaks
  • Hamburgers/cheese burgers
  • Coleslaw
  • Tomato, mozzarella and basil skewers
  • Mixed fruit salad
  • Make-your-own ice cream sundaes
  • Seasonal fresh fruit pies

Tip 4: Decorate for the Occasion

Display fun, festive and casual decorations for Labor Day parties. Use the colors scheme red, white, and blue as a guideline for party accessories, streamers, balloons, plates, cups, etc. Aside from focusing on the American aspect of the holiday also tie in some classic BBQ/picnic décor such as rustic centerpieces filled with seasonal flowers and classic picnic table covers over each tabletop. Finalize you decorations with lighting to create ambiance. Paper lanterns or tiki torchlights are the perfect for any outdoor party.

Tip 5: Plan Activities for Guests

If you're planning a more casual backyard cookout to celebrate Labor Day, opt for team games like volleyball, tag football or tug of war. If you're planning an elegant evening party, hire a local musician to provide the entertainment. The music may even encourage guests to dance the night away under the stars. If there will be kids at the party, plan some activities for them. Plan to roast s'mores, give them jars to catch fireflies, or set up an arts and crafts table with summer craft ideas like colored sand jars or friendship bracelets.

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
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
Fresno State Bulldogs
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<![CDATA[August 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties]]> http://mailchi.mp/ctt/p4nli61id4-1397825 http://mailchi.mp/ctt/p4nli61id4-1397825 August 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Cherry Avenue Auction
August 1, 2017
6:30am-3:30pm
4640 S. Cherry Avenue
Fresno

History Alive!
August 2, 2017
5:00pm-6:30pm
Wuksachi Lodge Lobby
Sequoia National Park

Kid's Summer Movie Series - Kubo
August 1, 2017
10:00am
Sierra Vista Mall
Clovis

Adventure Camp
August 1, 2017
9:00am-4:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno

Family Campfire
August 2, 2017
7:00pm-8:00pm
John Muir Lodge
Kings Canyon National Park

Wonders of the Night Sky
August 2, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Wukasachi Lodge
Sequoia National Park

Disney's Lion King Jr.
August 4, 2017
7:30pm
Veterans Memorial Auditorium
2425 Fresno St.
Fresno

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
August 4, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Nights in the Plaza Sunset Concert Series - The Larry Flores Band
August 4, 2017
7:00pm-10:00pm
1630 Van Ness Ave
Fresno

Yoga, Wine & Vines - Under the Stars!
August 4, 2017
7:30pm-9:30pm
Kings River Winery
Sanger

Moonlight Train Ride & BBQ
August 5, 2017
6:30pm
Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad
56001 Hwy 41
Fish Camp

Respite by the River Randa Jarrar
August 10, 2017
6:00pm-8:00pm
River Center
Fresno

Sister Act
August 27, 2017
11:00am
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

TBL Central Cal Back 2 School Classic
August 26-27, 2017
8:00am-9:00pm
Granite Park
Fresno

Chris Stapleton
August 31, 2017
7:00pm
Savemart Center
Fresno

CArtHop
August 31, 2017
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno
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
Old Town Clovis Farmers Market
Saturdays Year-round, 8-11:30am
Bullard & Pollasky Ave
Vineyard Farmers Market
Wednesdays, 3-6p,
Saturdays, 7am-12pm
100 West Shaw Avenue
Farmers Market at Park Place
Saturdays, 9am-1pm
7835 N. Palm Avenue
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays Year-round, 9am-1:30pm
7300 N. Fresno Street

Between getting dressed, fed and organized, it's a miracle the kids make it to the bus at all. Get out the door faster this semester with these parent-approved tips.

1. Plan oufits ahead of time

This strategy tops lots of parents' lists for a reason. Lay out clothes for the next morning (or even the next week), and preempt any debates on what's considered appropriate school attire. 

2. Prep lunch the night before

When dad Chris Pegula, author of the book From Dude to Dad, noticed his friend's kids packing their lunch at night, a light bulb went off. "I looked in amazement as they made their choices," he said. "Within seconds they filled their lunch totes, and were onto the next task of getting ready for bed."

3. Keep backpacks packed

Besides putting homework away ahead of time, professional organizer Janet Bernstein has her kids' phones charge on top of their backpacks each night, so they never forget them. "Implement this rule, and you've also solved the 'no devices in the bedroom' argument," she says.

4. Set consequences and stick to them

A few moms reported that the threat of extra chores or no TV time works well in keeping kids on task. Consider making the morning routine part of your kids' allowance responsibilities: Each day you leave late, dock their weekly "pay."

5. Invest in timers

Setting a timer to ring intermittently ("15 minutes 'til the bus! Five minutes! Time to go!") is a popular tactic.

6. Store gear in the car

You may dream of shoes neatly placed in bedrooms, but you might be better off stashing them by the backseat.

7. Admit when you're the weakest link

Moms aren't immune to lateness either. Designate a tray for keys if you're constantly misplacing them, invest in a programmable coffee maker and start filling your gas tank in the evenings to make for a smoother start to the day.

8. Add a little fun to the mix

Playing games at the bus stop or making it a race out the door can give kids an incentive to get moving.

9. Start a family calendar

Field trips won't sneak up on you if the day's events are posted right on the fridge.

10. Be consistent

It's easy to space before the first cup of coffee, but standardizing the essential steps can help.

11. Stay on top of signatures

Avoid last-minute scrambling by asking kids about permission slips, tests or report cards the night before the morning rush. A family folder or inbox can also keep important paperwork together.

12. Simplify breakfast

A brunch buffet may not be in the cards, but you can still get kids fed and full with healthy breakfast bars, overnight oats or even frittata muffins. You can bake 'em on Sunday, and then reheat all week.

13. Enforce bedtime

It's common sense, but a solid night's sleep makes getting up that much easier.

Friday, August 4, 2017
The Dark Tower
Wind River
Detroit

Friday, August 11, 2017
Ingrid Goes West
The Glass Castle
The Nut Job 2

Friday, August 18, 2017
The Hitman's Bodyguard
Dave Made a Maze
Lemon

Friday, August 25, 2017
Birth of the Dragon
Tulip Fever
Bushwick
San Francisco (Baseball)
Los Angeles (Baseball)
Fresno (Minor League Baseball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)

COLLEGE
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August 2017 Chicago Title Times - Fresno / Madera Counties
Cherry Avenue Auction
August 1, 2017
6:30am-3:30pm
4640 S. Cherry Avenue
Fresno

History Alive!
August 2, 2017
5:00pm-6:30pm
Wuksachi Lodge Lobby
Sequoia National Park

Kid's Summer Movie Series - Kubo
August 1, 2017
10:00am
Sierra Vista Mall
Clovis

Adventure Camp
August 1, 2017
9:00am-4:00pm
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno

Family Campfire
August 2, 2017
7:00pm-8:00pm
John Muir Lodge
Kings Canyon National Park

Wonders of the Night Sky
August 2, 2017
9:00pm-10:00pm
Wukasachi Lodge
Sequoia National Park

Disney's Lion King Jr.
August 4, 2017
7:30pm
Veterans Memorial Auditorium
2425 Fresno St.
Fresno

Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
August 4, 2017
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Nights in the Plaza Sunset Concert Series - The Larry Flores Band
August 4, 2017
7:00pm-10:00pm
1630 Van Ness Ave
Fresno

Yoga, Wine & Vines - Under the Stars!
August 4, 2017
7:30pm-9:30pm
Kings River Winery
Sanger

Moonlight Train Ride & BBQ
August 5, 2017
6:30pm
Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad
56001 Hwy 41
Fish Camp

Respite by the River Randa Jarrar
August 10, 2017
6:00pm-8:00pm
River Center
Fresno

Sister Act
August 27, 2017
11:00am
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

TBL Central Cal Back 2 School Classic
August 26-27, 2017
8:00am-9:00pm
Granite Park
Fresno

Chris Stapleton
August 31, 2017
7:00pm
Savemart Center
Fresno

CArtHop
August 31, 2017
11:00am-2:00pm
Mariposa Plaza
Fresno
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
Old Town Clovis Farmers Market
Saturdays Year-round, 8-11:30am
Bullard & Pollasky Ave
Vineyard Farmers Market
Wednesdays, 3-6p,
Saturdays, 7am-12pm
100 West Shaw Avenue
Farmers Market at Park Place
Saturdays, 9am-1pm
7835 N. Palm Avenue
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays Year-round, 9am-1:30pm
7300 N. Fresno Street

Between getting dressed, fed and organized, it's a miracle the kids make it to the bus at all. Get out the door faster this semester with these parent-approved tips.

1. Plan oufits ahead of time

This strategy tops lots of parents' lists for a reason. Lay out clothes for the next morning (or even the next week), and preempt any debates on what's considered appropriate school attire. 

2. Prep lunch the night before

When dad Chris Pegula, author of the book From Dude to Dad, noticed his friend's kids packing their lunch at night, a light bulb went off. "I looked in amazement as they made their choices," he said. "Within seconds they filled their lunch totes, and were onto the next task of getting ready for bed."

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