Out and About is your information to approaching
occasions in and across the Riverbank space.
All are welcome to affix with the Escalon
Farmington Community Garden Club for one in every of their most entertaining conferences of
the 12 months. Snacks, video games and prizes galore will kick off the vacation season.
Come to Farmington on Thursday, Dec. 5, at 1 p.m., to style and get pleasure from vacation
jams and jellies, made by an skilled. Cheree Hill will convey her “Jars of
Delicious” to pattern, in addition to train in regards to the ins and outs of vacation canning.
Hill’s tasty presentation will embrace jams, jellies, fruit butters and pie
fillings to savor in addition to colourful vacation jam jars and present baskets to
buy. The assembly can be held on the Farmington Methodist Church assembly
corridor, positioned at 25626 Elm St, Farmington.
The City of Riverbank Parks and
Recreation Department invitations the group to have a good time the opening of the brand new
Dog Park at Jacob Myers Park on Friday, Dec. 6 at 11 a.m. The park will open
after the ribbon chopping and all canine are welcomed. For extra info, name
The Odd Fellows month-to-month breakfast in La
Grange is all the time on the second Sunday on the IOOF Hall. Join in on Dec. eight from
eight a.m. to 11 a.m. for a menu of biscuits and gravy, sausage, ham and cheese
omelets and all you’ll be able to eat pancakes. Complimentary espresso and orange juice
spherical out the meal. The breakfast worth is now $eight for ages 13 and up. Child
charges have remained unchanged, 6 to 12 are $three, these 5 and below eat at no cost.
Add 50 cents for every takeout order. There’s additionally a particular provide of free
breakfast to energetic army personnel with an ID.
Golden Agers weekly dances are open to
these 50 and older from all through the Central Valley and are hosted on the
Riverbank Community Center, 3600 Santa Fe St., Riverbank. First time company are
admitted free. The annual membership charge is $12 and every Wednesday members pay
$5 and non-members can get pleasure from just a few hours of music and dancing for $6. The
Golden Agers meet from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The native REO Speechtrain Toastmasters
Club gathers for normal conferences each Wednesday morning, 6:30 a.m. to 7:45
a.m., at Perko’s Cafe, Patterson and Oakdale roads, Riverbank. This is a enjoyable
method to study the self-confidence and expertise wanted for public talking. All are
invited to return and try the group. The subsequent assembly can be Wednesday, Dec.
11. For extra info, name (209) 869-8200.
Stampin’ Up! Card Classes are on the
schedule in neighboring Escalon, with alternatives to study in regards to the craft
and create some particular playing cards at distinctive courses supplied by Debbie Megenney and
Gerri Andrade. December courses are set for six:30 p.m. on Dec. 17 and 19, 9 a.m.
on Dec. 18 and 20, simply in time for the vacations. Call 209-324-6947 for extra
info or to join courses.
Due to lack of curiosity and scheduling
conflicts the La Grange Odd Fellows’ Christmas Craft Fair initially scheduled
for Saturday, Dec. 7 has been cancelled. For info on future IOOF Craft
Events, name Patty at (209) 604-4444.
All are invited to the weekly conferences
of TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, 1034 that gathers every Monday from eight:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m. on the United Methodist Church, 1480 Poplar Ave., Oakdale. The group
options assist with weight reduction in a supportive setting. Residents of Oakdale,
Riverbank, Escalon and past are welcome to attend. Call Audrey Oliver at
209-765-7838 for info. You also can go to www.tops.org.
The Stanislaus Senior Foundation has
awarded a grant to, and partnered with, the Stanislaus County Aging and Veteran
Services. This partnership allowed Stanislaus County Aging and Veteran Services
to acquire a used van, and with Foundation help, have it repaired to
transport low earnings senior residents from senior residing services to
take part in a senior lunch program. The program presents seniors free or
low-price meals 3 times per week. The Stanislaus Senior Foundation will
proceed to help this system by offering ongoing funding for upkeep of
the van. Volunteer drivers function the van. Currently there’s a want for a
Wednesday driver. No particular license is required. The van operates between 10
a.m. and 1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. To volunteer, contact
Arthur Ramirez at 209-525-4613.