Lavender Festival brings smiles to fans of the flower – The Vacaville Reporter

The snap of shears echoed throughout Soul Food Farm in Vacaville early Saturday morning as people flocked to the second annual Lavender Festival, enjoying everything lavender and slicing a few bundles to take home. The event was hosted by both Soul Food Farm and Morningsun Herb Farm in under 70-degree weather. “We do it once … Read more

2022 Safety Town A Huge Success – Los Alamos Reporter

Los Alamos Police Chief Dino Sgambellone reads to pre-kindergarten participants in Safety Town. Photo Courtesy LAPS LAPD Community Liaison Sgt. Chris Ross, left, and School Resource Officers Cpl. Samantha Terrazas and Cpl. James Keane with a Safety Town participant. Photo Courtesy LAPS LAPS NEWS RELEASE More than 100 incoming kindergartners successfully completed the Los Alamos … Read more

Vacaville Museum 4th of July concert to feature native vocalist, educator – The Vacaville Reporter

Last year, Musical Americana – the Vacaville Museum’s annual Independence Day celebration – marked its return after a long absence. What was a yearly tradition from 1989 to 2007 but foregone in the years afterward now appears to be here to stay. Once again, attendees can celebrate America’s birthday by cooling in the courtyard, seeing … Read more

There’s fun for all the family in Dukinfield – Quest Media Network

Music and reading are being celebrated in a Fun Day that will have entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. Tameside Music and School Library services are hosting the event at The Birch Lane Center, Birch Lane, Dukinfield, on Sunday, June 26, from 11am to 3pm. Tickets are just £ 1.50 per person, with family … Read more

Summer reading program kicks off at Alabaster library – Shelby County Reporter

By EMILY REED | Special to the Reporter ALABASTER – The summer reading program at Albert L. Scott Library kicked off May 23 with this year’s theme: Oceans of Possibilities. The program is open to anyone with several categories, including the children’s challenge for ages 0-10; tweens and teens ages 11-18; and an adult program … Read more

Solano County hopping back into Easter spirit with numerous events – The Vacaville Reporter

For the last two years, families have been mostly relegated to doing egg hunts and other Easter activities at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That is not the case this year. With restrictions being loosened, Easter events are back in full force in Solano County, with many of them taking place before Easter Sunday … Read more

Fairies will soon take over Downtown Noblesville! – Hamilton County Reporter

Starting Wednesday, April 20, don’t be surprised when you hear a stampede of little feet and a rustle of gossamer wings in the Downtown Noblesville area. That’s because Nickel Plate Arts’ “Welcome to Fairyville” is back for the 10th year. From April 20 to 23, artists and hobbyists are expected to display dozens of fairy … Read more

Second Fridays are back: Cultural, retail and dining hotspots band together to revive downtown tradition – The Daily Reporter

A few downtown Greenfield businesses and organizations are banding together in another attempt to revive the Second Friday traditions of downtown. Tom Russo | Daily Reporter GREENFIELD – The weather might turn cold this weekend, but there’s a hotbed of activity planned in downtown Greenfield – from poetry readings and crafts to a new exhibit … Read more

Solano County hopping back into Easter spirit with numerous events – The Vacaville Reporter

For the last two years, families have been mostly relegated to doing egg hunts and other Easter activities at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That is not the case this year. With restrictions being loosened, Easter events are back in full force in Solano County, with many of them taking place before Easter Sunday … Read more