The Fresno Betsuin Buddhist Temple invites you to our 2020 Cherry Blossom Festival Food and Craft Fair!  It will be a special day of family fun and adventure, featuring a wide variety of handcrafted items from new and returning vendors who will delight you with their crafts. There will be food available for purchase that will entice you and free demonstrations that will amaze you. 

This event features craftspeople from throughout the state who sell crafts that draw friends, families, and craft lovers from far and wide. Enjoy eating your favorite foods, like Sushi, Chinese Chicken Salad, Spam Musubi, Chicken Teriyaki Bowls, Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwiches, Curry Rice, Nikkei Chicken Wings, and more. 

Watch as experts demonstrate making sushi rolls, Takoyaki (little pastries with a seafood filling), and other appetizing Japanese dishes. Enjoy eating as you browse through the many craft booths. Watch one of our many other demonstrations – try Japanese Obon Dancing while wearing a Japanese Happi Coat and using a Fan and a pair of Kachi Kachis (Japanese Castanets)!

For additional information, please call (559) 442-4054 or send an email request to info@fresnobuddhisttemple.org.

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Saturday, February 29, 2:00 p.m., McDonald Hall Atrium, main FPU campus, 1717 S. Chestnut Ave., Fresno. Admission $25 for all audiences.

Nicola Mazzanti is solo piccolo of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino orchestra, performing as both a flute and piccolo soloist and in chamber ensembles in Italy, Europe, the USA and Japan. Natasha Kislenko, D.M.A., has won prizes and performed internationally.

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Saturday, October 26, 6:00 p.m. (lecture), 7:30 p.m. (concert) Butler Church, 4884 E. Butler Avenue, Fresno. Admission $15 general audience, $10 FPU community, $5 FPU students.

Andrus Madsen is music director at Second Church in Newton, MA, and performs on the harpsichord, clavichord and organ. A Baroque flutist, Christa Pehl Evans has performed across the United States with early music groups. She teaches music history at Fresno Pacific University.

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Shades of Buble

Celebrating the continuing career of multiple GRAMMY Award-winning artist Michael Bublé, this three-man tribute performs his incredible catalog with sensational three-part harmony. This world-class act honors – but doesn’t imitate – the sophistication and retro style of Bublé with thrilling new vocal arrangements. Musicality, choreography and amazing arrangements. Join the Bakersfield Community Concert Association as we celebrate our 57th Anniversary Season. Single concert tickets are $35. Adult BCCA season memberships (4 concerts) are $75. Season tickets are now on sale. Call (661) 588-3920 for more information. Venue:Harvey Auditorium, 1241 G Street, Bakersfield 93301

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World Singing Day

A FREE Community Sing-Along celebrating World Singing Day 2019. We’ll be singing with a DJ on the half hour, every hour. (10:30, 11:30, 12:30, & 1:30) Come join us! Bring your group and sign up on our facebook page to commit to a time!

Local Event Host: Voices United Chorus
Location: Sierra Sky Park

Sing along to popular songs with old friends and friends you haven’t met yet at Sierra Sky Park. This event is free and open to everyone (singers and “non-singers” alike)!

No rehearsal. No sheet music. Just show up and sing.
Lyrics provided on-site.

World Singing Day is a global sing-along, held annually on the third Saturday in October. The event celebrates our common humanity, using the power of singing together to connect people and communities around the world. Volunteers host sing-alongs in their local communities on this global day of singing together. These public sing-alongs are free and open to everyone. Playlists vary depending on the location.

More about your host:
Voices United Chorus voicesunitedchorus.com https://www.facebook.com/VoicesUnitedChorus/
Voices United Chorus is an award-winning Sweet Adelines (women’s barbershop) chorus. A Fresno treasure since 1957, we celebrate that music improves your health and builds your community of support. Find Your Voice and Live Your Joy!

Official Hashtags are:
#WSD, #worldsingingday, #2019WSD, #8thAnnualWorldSingingDay
A message from the founder of World Singing Day

Let’s unite the world in song at sing-alongs all over the world on Saturday, 19 October 2019. This year we’ll be celebrating our 8th annual global sing-along.

When you sing on World Singing Day you are part of something big. Our theme song carries our simple message: “I sing to you and you sing to me. We sing together till the whole world sings.” It’s a simple but powerful idea and we expect lots of people to join in the fun this year. Have fun at Sierra Sky Park! Let’s sing together and unite the world.

-Scott Johnson, founder of World Singing Day
If you can’t make it to this event, sing any song, anywhere with a friend on October 19 and mark “Going” on this I’m Singing on World Singing Day Facebook Event. https://www.facebook.com/events/2075992802453935/
World Singing Day 2019 sing-along events coordinated
by the World Singing Day team
in the birthplace of WSD, Boulder, Colorado USA
Learn more at www.WorldSingingDay.org

Global map of official participating cities: https://worldsingingday.org/participate/

Founded in 2012 by Colorado (USA) musician Scott Johnson, World Singing Day brings people together in their communities all around the world through the simple act of singing together.

World Singing Day is not religious or political, nor does it promote any one country or culture. Rather, it encourages people to put aside their differences and celebrate what we all share as human beings. World Singing Day is for everyone, regardless of your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, and age. World Singing Day is a joyful community experience for musicians and non-musicians alike, from shower singers to celebrities, as they gather in their communities and sing together without the pressure of performing. World Singing Day is not a competition, and no rehearsals are required. Anyone can join in the fun.

Be a part of something big by contributing to World Singing Day. Help us bring more people together in more cities around the world through the simple act of singing together. Your contribution helps pay for coordinating global events, marketing, advertising, and our website.

Imagine millions of people singing together on the same day each year to celebrate our common humanity:

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Wine, Women, and Song

Join Voices United for an evening of mesmerizing song, delicious tri-tip dinner, silent auction treasures, and unique dessert delights. Tickets sell out early, don’t miss this annual treat!

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M5 Mexican Brass

Latin America’s most successful brass quintet with international recognition. They perform a combination of virtuosic chamber music in all styles from Baroque to Broadway, provide non-stop interaction with the audience, inborn showmanship and inimitable Latin American charm. High-class music making and humor. Join the Bakersfield Community Concert Association as we celebrate our 57th Anniversary Season. Single concert tickets are $35. Adult BCCA season memberships (5 concerts) are $75. Season tickets are now on sale. Call (661) 588-3920 or (661) 322-7456 for more information.

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Kingsburg’s Annual Crayfish & Jazz Festival September 21st 2019 5-10 PM in Downtown Kingsburg. There will be live music, Crayfish Eating Contest, Chowder cook-off, and opportunities to sample lots of unique crayfish dishes from local eateries. Visit www.kingsburgchamber.com/events/annual/crayfish-jazz-festival or call 559-897-1111 for more information.


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