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90 Years Strong: Fresno’s Christmas Tree Lane Opens

90 Years Strong: Fresno’s Christmas Tree Lane Opens

A Fresno family tradition kicked off its 90th year Saturday night.

Thousands took a stroll down Christmas Tree Lane.

Click here to check out video coverage of walk night.

Fresno State To Host World AIDS Day Event

Fresno State To Host World AIDS Day Event

December 1st is World AIDS Day. This year's theme is "Getting to Zero."

On Saturday, December 1st Fresno County Department of Public Health and Fresno State will host an event at the university's Satellite Student Union.

The celebration and awareness event will include live entertainment, a remembrance of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, a short film and information.

The event is free and runs from 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

For more information about the event, you can contact The Fresno County Department of Public Health at 559-600-3434.




Preparing To Power Up Christmas Tree Lane

Preparing To Power Up Christmas Tree Lane

Two neighborhoods known for their Christmas lights and displays are only a week away from making their lanes sparkle. Next Saturday December 1st they'll power up Christmas Tree Lane in Fresno and Cindy Lane in Clovis.

Shawn Caglia has been a part of Christmas Tree Lane for the past 27 years. Saturday he was making sure the lights in the trees and that criss–cross the lane were shining brightly.

Van Ness Boulevard has its own power lines to light up the street displays. Caglia says it stretches for four miles. "This is the longest Christmas Tree Lane in the world. It's been in Look Magazine, it's been on the Discovery Channel, it's been in Sunset Magazine."

Up the street Gene and Linda Adams were using a long pole to place ornaments in their tall trees. "You can kind of see how we figure this out. I lift it and she tells me where to put it."

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A day to remember to buy local - keeping your money in our local economy - keeping our neighbors employed. 

Boomers Holiday Food Drive To Benefit Ronald McDonald House

Boomers Family Entertainment Center in Fresno is holding a food drive to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central California.

The food drive runs through Thursday, December 20, 2012.

Non-perishable food items can be dropped off Monday through Friday during regular business hours at Boomers -- 7354 N. Abby Street.

People who donate five or more food items will get $10 off an Unlimited Play Pass.

For more information, visit www.boomersparks.com/site/fresno/index.html.

Native American Veterans Resource Fair Wednesday in Tulare

Native American Veterans Resource Fair Wednesday in Tulare

Just days after Veterans Day, the outpouring of support continues for those who have served our country.

Wednesday, the first Native American Resource Fair for military veterans is being held in Tulare.

The "military stand down" event will provide veterans with access to health care, social services and other resources.

While it is being called a "Native American Resource Fair", the event is open to all veterans.

It will go from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Tulare Veterans Memorial building, 1771 E. Tulare Ave., Tulare.

Traditional Native American dancers will provide entertainment.

For more Information, you can call (559) 736-6049.


Live Music At Patio Cafe

If you're heading to Fig Garden Village to continue with your holiday shopping, don't forget that you can stop by Patio Cafe to enjoy some live music.

Here is this week's schedule:

  • Friday, November 16: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Saturday, November 17: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.