There are many cancelled and postponed events due to COVID-19; see below. But this list of cancellations is by no means all inclusive, and it is being updated continuously. Call first for anything you plan to attend or visit to ensure it is still being held as planned.
To see the schedules of restaurants, markets, and other services and businesses, as well as revised hours or closure notices of agencies, organizations, and schools, visit the COVID-19 RESOURCES page.
THIS WEEKEND…Calendar of Events | January 2020
⇒MAIN SQUEEZE MARKET: FOOD TRUCKS AND MORE
From Main Squeeze Market owners: “So far we are carrying on, keeping the market super clean and spacing people out, indoors and out. All meals available to go or for outdoor seating. Delivery is available.“
Friday, April 3, 11 am-4 pm: Hungry Hog BBQ.
Saturday, April 4, 11 am-4 pm: Burtlow Barbecue.
Sunday, April 5, noon-4 pm: Roots Jamaican and Tacos Lucha (doing Mazuman noodles). NOTICE: All vendors will be serving out of our kitchen facility (unless they have their own truck) for safety.C
COMING SOON… CalendCalendar of Events | January 2020
⇒THREE RIVERS COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE: MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Thursday, April 2, 2:30-6 pm, Three Rivers Memorial Building. Blood donation takes less than one hour to complete. Donors must be in good general health, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds, and be at least 17 years old. Donors should eat a good meal and drink plenty of water within four hours prior to their donation. A Social Security number is required for registration and all donors must present photo identification upon registration. Administered by the Central California Blood Center; sponsored by Three Rivers Lions Club. Sign up online for an appointment here (preferred) or by texting or calling 559-612-7995. (To see the precautions and changes in blood-drive procedure being taken by CCBC to ensure the safety of donors and staff, read the article below.)
POSTPONED: YARD SALE: WOOD ‘N’ HORSE FUNDRAISER
I am postponing the fundraiser Yard Sale until the fall. My horse camp is continuing, but on a “”mini” basis with only one or two children at a time with half-hour intervals to disinfect all objects. And I am still taking one family at a time for trail rides. —Christy Wood, owner, Wood ‘N’ Horse Training Stables.
Friday-Sunday, April 10-11-12, 8 am-5 pm, Wood ‘N’ Horse Training Stables, 42846 North Fork Drive, Three Rivers. All proceeds will be donated to the Independence Fund to purchase an all-terrain track chair for a wounded veteran. Donations of sale items welcome. Call for pick-up: 561-4268.
Friday-Saturday-Sunday, April 17-19, 10 am-10 pm (approximate), with performances at three venues throughout Three Rivers. Thirteen bands are on the 2020 lineup for the 47th annual event: Blue Street Jazz Band, Bob Draga and Friends, Carl Sonny Leyland and Friends, Dave Bennett Quartet, Dixie Dominos, Gator Nation, Gino and the Lone Gunmen, The All New High Street Party Band, Holland-Coots Jazz Quintet, Memphis Speed Kings, Reedley River Rats, Sierra Seven, Tom Rigney and Flambeau. Food and drink at all venues; free shuttle service to venues; dry camping for RVs; raffle; and more. Early-bird all-event badge: $110 (price increases to $120 after March 15); children and all students (including college) receive free admission. Sponsors wanted. Organized by Sierra Traditional Jazz Club. Information: 827-1470.
POSTPONED: FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY BOOK SALE
Friday-Saturday, April 17-18, 9 am-5 pm, Three Rivers Library. Used book sale. 561-4564.
⇒THREE RIVERS BREAD BASKET: COMMUNITY PRODUCE GROCERY
Wednesday, April 22, 9 am-noon, Three Rivers Arts Center. Fresh fruits and vegetables are available to all Three Rivers residents for free the fourth Wednesday of each month as part of the California Association of Food Banks Farm to Family program. 561-4154.
POSTPONED: TEAM ROPING
Friday-Saturday-Sunday, April 24-26, Lions Arena, Three Rivers. Competition in team roping, branding, barrel racing, and more. Kids’ activities. Concessions include food, bar, and western products.
COMING IN MAY…Calendar of Events | January 2020
RESCHEDULED TO OCTOBER 10: WOODLAKE HIGH SCHOOL HALL OF FAME: SPRING DINNER
Friday, May 1, 6 pm (doors open); 7 pm (dinner); Woodlake Memorial Building. This year’s Hall of Fame inductees are Amanda Renteria and Alan Villavicencio. Live and silent auctions. Sponsored by Woodlake High School Foundation. See additional Hall of Fame information here.
CANCELLED: REDBUD ARTS AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL
Saturday, May 8, 9 am-4 pm; Sunday, May 9, 10 am-4 pm; Three Rivers Memorial Building. Dozens of booths will feature hand-created arts and crafts. Food; live entertainment; demonstrations; raffle; contests; and more. More information here.
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