-
MyMerced.com Your #1 source for News, Events & Information in Merced!

COMMUNITY NEWS
EVENTS CALENDAR
SPORTS & RECREATION

RESTAURANTS
ENTERTAINMENT
TRIPS WITHIN A DAY

NETWORK OF BUSINESSES
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

COMMUNITY SERVICES
SCHOOLS
CHURCHES

 

e
Merced Bike Coalition's
TOWN RIDE
Every Wed at 5:30pm
At Bob Hart Square
Info: 209-261-7109

 

 

 

 

EVENT CALENDAR

 

PLANNING AN EVENT?


MyMerced Planning
Calendar

1. Look in the MyMerced Planning Calendar for desired date of event to see if other events are occuring on that date
2. Return to this page and click here to enter your event information
3. If you have a flyer or other forms of promoting your event, please send them to events@mymerced.com and we will post it on our Events Page.


UPCOMING EVENTS FOR:
APR MAY JUN JUL AUG

 

April 14, 2021


return to top

 



return to top

 


return to top

 

APR

return to top

April 8 -= 11, 2021


Event: Merced County Fair’s “Fair Food Favorites”
Description: Just because there isn't a fair this year doesn't mean you still can't get your fair food fix! So, mark your calendars now and plan to come out to the Merced County Fair's "Fair Food Favorites" event, Thurs, April 8 – Sun, April 11 from 11:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily!

Enjoy some of your favorite fair foods like: corn dogs, kettle corn, hamburgers and fries, ICEE and of course...CINNAMON ROLLS! Best of all…you’ll get to grab your food, and then stay and eat if you want!

Enter from 11th Street or Martin Luther King Jr. Way, find a parking spot, put on your face covering and prepare to enjoy some delicious fair food! There will be “socially-distanced” picnic tables set up in the large grass area by the Administration Office for those wanting to stay. All individuals must wear face coverings. This is a cash only event.

More details, including a map and menu pricing available on our website at www.MercedCountyFair.com/fair-food-favorites.
Start: 11:30 a.m.
End: 7:00 p.m.
Date: 04/08/21 - 04/11/21
Location: Merced County Fairgrounds
900 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Merced, CA 95341
Cost: Free to Attend


return to top

April 11 - 17, 2021



Event: Week of the Young Child
Description: First 5 Merced County is celebrating the Week of the Young Child. Week of the Young Child is a national celebration that will be from April 11 through April 17th. Events will be held in partnership with Merced County Library and will be drive-thru. We will be at different locations every day in the week. Including Dos Palos, Los Banos, Le Grand, Hilmar, Atwater, Livingston and Merced.
Start: Varies
End: Varies
Date: Please see Flyer
Location: Locations Vary please see flyer. Throughout Merced County Library.
Cost: Free

return to top

April 12 - 18, 2021


From "Arts Closet to Yours"
A VIRTUAL AUCTION at biddingowl.com
(Or in-person viewing by appointment)

Artists & art collectors are cleaning their closets and you benefit!

EVENT DATES:
Opens at 8am, Monday, April 12 -
Closes at 7pm on Sunday, April 18

New and lovingly used
Art & Decor, Art & Crafts Supplies, and other great bargains!

To schedule an in-person viewing appointment,
please email Kathy at: Kathy Hansen

Pick up: Wednesday & Saturday following the sale and by appointment.
*All proceeds benefit general operational costs at the MAC and the Merced County Arts Council.

return to top

April 13 , 2021

return to top

April 14 - 18 , 2021

Event: The Big Fresno Fair's "Drive-Thru Eats: Spring Edition"

Description: Get ready for ROUND 2 of The Big Fresno Fair’s popular Drive-Thru Eats! The Fair is bringing all your favorite Fair foods to its “Drive-Thru Eats: Spring Edition”! This fun food event is drive-thru only and FREE to attend. Drive-Thru Eats: Spring Edition will take place Wednesday, April 14 through Sunday, April 18 from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily. Enjoy five days of Fair food from 15 different Fair food booths to choose from plus novelty stands!

To see the full food line-up, menu pricing, and health and safety guidelines, visit www.FresnoFair.com/drive-thru-eats.

Start: 11:00 a.m.
End: 9:00 PM
Date: 04/14/21 - 04/18/21

Location: Fresno Fairgrounds
From The North:
Take Highway 99 South to Highway 180 East. Take the Cedar Avenue Exit and proceed south on Cedar. Turn left on Kings Canyon and head east. The Fairgrounds will be ahead on your right hand side.

Take Highway 41 South to Highway 180 East. Take the Cedar Avenue Exit and proceed south on Cedar. Turn left on Kings Canyon and head east. The Fairgrounds will be ahead on your right hand side.
Cost: 0

 


return to top

April 14 , 2021


return to top

April 16 , 2021


return to top

April 18, 2021



Event: Drawing Connections: Introduction to Network Graphs
Description: Network analysis facilitates the study of things (or “nodes”) and their connections to one another (called “edges”). Whether you’re exploring relationships in literary, social, or correspondence networks, network graphs help disentangle relationships.

In this workshop, we’ll cover the basics of network analysis, the types of graphs you can create, where you can find formatted datasets, potential tools to build networks, recommended readings, a review of network analysis projects, and how you measure importance in a network. The hands-on portion of the workshop will focus on how to structure data to create both nodes and edges sheets for input into network analysis software (Cytoscape).
Start: 10:00am
End: 11:00am
Date: 03/18/2021
Location: Register Here for Zoom Link:
tinyurl.com/DHNetworkAnalysis
Cost: 0


return to top

April 21 , 2021


return to top

April 22, 2021


return to top

April 27 , 2021


return to top

April 28, 2021


return to top

MAY

May 1, 2021

 

The FABBA Show
Announce Virtual Concerts

Livestreams with three shows on May 1

COVINA, CA (3/11/21) Marie-Claire Follett was a teenager in London looking for a singing job when she auditioned for a spot in an ABBA tribute band.

She got the gig all right, and something else — a career.

“I was just a singer looking for a job, and it’s kind of become my life’s work,” Follett says.

She isn’t complaining. That’s because she and her husband Andy Marshall, who’s also her partner in the ensemble known as The FABBA Show, now have three casts of the show. Two are in Europe — including one in the original group’s native Sweden — and one that works in the United States.

It’s Follett’s California-based group that will perform the music of the wildly popular and totally enigmatic pop group in the band's first virtual concert on Saturday, May 1 at 2 pm and 6 pm PST. Both shows will be filmed live from the Covina Center for the Performing Arts in Southern California.

Follett says people who aren’t familiar with the music of ABBA, simply because they didn’t live through the ABBA hey day between 1974 and 1982, have no clue that people around the world continue to worship the band, which hasn’t performed together in 35 years.

“They’re still absolutely huge in Europe,” Follett says.

“In fact, when we were living in London, we were one of 100 ABBA tribute bands. The music continues to be huge with all the generations. They sold 600 million records, and they’re still selling millions today, even though they haven’t recorded in over 30 years. It’s quite remarkable.”

Follett says she’s seen the band’s multi-generational appeal every time she, her husband and their two stage mates step into the spotlight.

“We have people in our audience who are 6 years old who know all the words (to ABBA songs),” she explains.

The FABBA Show is more than just four singers performing the songs of ABBA. This is one of those rare tribute shows where acting the part is every bit as important as sounding like the original group.

Follett portrays ABBA’s Frida Lyngstad. Besides her husband, who plays Bjorn Ulvaeus in the show, the other members of the American cast include Julianne Ruck as Agnetha Faltskog and Robert Gonzalez as Benny Andersson.

 

 

“When my husband and I moved to California (from Europe), we picked up the new cast members for the (American) cast. They were from California, so they taught us how to surf, and we taught them Swedish accents,” she says with a big laugh.

The virtual box office is now open: www.StellarTickets.com
Tickets are $15. Ticket holders may view the concert until the end of day, May 3 (11:59 pm).

Calendar listing: The Fabba Show’s Virtually ABBA concert livestreams on Saturday, May 1 at 10 am, 2 pm and 6 pm PST. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at www.StellarTickets.com. The concert may be viewed on Apple TV, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV, (iOS, and Android). The Virtually ABBA Show is a theater tribute to the World famous 70's super group has all of the excitement of their live touring show. The show is appropriate for all ages.The concerts will be filmed live from the Covina Center for the Performing Arts.


return to top

May 3 , 2021

return to top

May 4, 2021

return to top

May 8, 2021

return to top

May 12, 2021

return to top

May 22, 2021

return to top

JUN

return to top

JUL

return to top

AUG

return to top

INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES

 

Advertise With Us About Us Press Releases Contact Terms of Use
© 2004-2013 MyMerced.com. All rights reserved. Powered by  Imedia West