City of Reedley events:
Tumbling Classes available at the Reedley Community Center. Register today for classes that start on March 14th. 4 levels of instruction available depending on the students skill level. Classes meet every Tuesday for 8 weeks. For more information call 559 637-4203.
The City of Reedley is hosting a CPR/First Aid class which is hosted at the Reedley Community Center on Saturday March 18. Registration available now at the Community Center, 100 N. East Ave. For more information call 559 637-4203.
Register now. This class is designed to provide individuals with the information and skills necessary to provide a safe and responsible care for children in their parents absence. Class meets March 28, 30 & April 4 at the Community Center from 3:30-5:30. Class is designed for youth ages 10-16. For more information please call 559 637-4203.
The City of Reedley Easter Egg Carnival is on April 8, 2017 from 9:30am-11:30am in Mueller Park. This FREE event offers bounce houses, carnival games, face painting, arts and crafts and much more. For more information please call 559 637-4203.
Easter Kids Camp
Looking for childcare during the Spring Break? Consider the City of Reedley’s Easter Kids Camp. Designed for ages 4-12 the days will be filled with games, crafts, walking trips and much more. Camp available April 10-17 from 7:45am-5:15pm. Registration available now. Campers must bring their own lunch and snacks will be provided. For more information call the Reedley Community Center at 559 637-4203.
New this year “Princess Show” provided by Something Enchanted and the City of Reedley. Tickets are available now. Show will be performed at the Reedley Community Center on Sunday April 30 at 3:00pm. Guests will have the opportunity to meet the Princesses after the show. For more information call 559 637-4203.
Cheer Classes available at the Reedley Community Center. Register today for the class starting on Wednesday April 5. Classes meet every Wednesday for 8 weeks. Beginners class 3:30-4:30 and Intermediate 4:30-5:30. For more information call 559 637-4203.
City of Reedley Website: www.reedley.com Most of our events are listed under Departments/Community Services, but you can also find information under Commissions and the Home Page.
Facebook: Become a fan! The Reedley Community Services page alerts you to upcoming activities and deadline dates. www.facebook.com/pages/City-of-Reedley-Community-Services-Department/198207871570
Check out our other pages, too: Reedley Community Center (for facility rental information and pictures); and Reedley Volunteer Opportunities (for a listing of volunteer opportunities in Reedley – feel free to post your own volunteer requests here).
Reedley Community Center
100 N. East Ave.
Reedley, CA 93654
SPECIAL NOTE: You can now live stream the Reedley City Council Meetings: http://www.reedley.com/livestream
Reedley Peace Center-
Meets at the Fellowship Hall of First Mennonite Church,
Located on L Street between 12th and 13th Streets in Reedley
Map available at www.reedleypeacecenter.org
Come for the food, stay for the program, leave inspired!
Saturday, April 22, 3-5 PM, begins at Radio Park, First and Clinton in Fresno
March for Science (sister march to the Washington March for Science)
Friday, April 28, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Peter Lumsdaine speaking about robotic warfare
Saturday, April 29, 2-4 PM Corner of Blackstone and Nees in Fresno
People’s Climate March (Sister march to the Washington Peoples Climate March)
Friday, May 5, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Peter Lumsdaine Topic: The 25th anniversary of the Plowshares Action in which he participated. The Harriet Tubman-Sarah Connor Brigade Disarmament Action
Saturday, May 6, 6 PM
Fresno Center for Nonviolence celebrating their 25th anniversary
Banquet and Speaker at the 1st Congregational Church (Big Red Church.), 2131 N. Van Ness Blvd. Keynote speaker: Kathy Kelly from Voices for Creative Nonviolence
Friday, May 12, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Hope Nisly. Topic: Creative nonfiction: Writing about women/education and adoption/social class
Friday, May 19, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Paul Gilmore, history teacher at Fresno City College. Topic: Historical Winners and Losers? Lessons from Fresno’s Forgotten Free Speech Fight. A story about the IWW in the early 20th century.
Friday, May 26, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Dr. Sandra Caldwell, president of Reedley College.
Friday, June 2, 6:30-8:30
An evening of jazz with Chris Janzen and Friends
Saturday, June 3, 6-10 PM at Engelmann Cellars in Fresno
KFCF Benefit Concert featuring Lance Canales and the Flood, T-Sisters, and Golden Grass. Presented by Mark Alvis’ Solar Powered Mobile Party. Cost: $20 for adults, $5 for children.
Summer Film series begins on Friday, June 9