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Ellen Bayne Art Hop
Thursday, October 17th, 5-8pm
640 Clovis Ave.

“Who would ever think to paint their cat?” An observation made during an exhibition of my cat paintings. I do; because I love them and they are fun to paint. Some of them are beautiful; others not so much. The challenge is to see beyond the obvious to the unique self. 2019 is my nineteenth year living in Clovis. Currently my gallery is with Sorensens Fresno, south Van Ness Ave – down by the arch! My continuing art education includes the Art Student League in NYC, the Pacific Art League, Palo Alto California, Foothill College, Los Altos California and FSU Fresno California. Commissions are welcomed.

New In-Store Discount!

Mention the words “Pumpkin” at the register and receive 10% off your purchase! Valid through the month of October.

Story Time
Weds @ 10:00 a.m.

Bring your little ones! We will be having someone read a story or folktale. It will be very interactive with audience participation.

Clovis Events

Aloha In The Park 2019 in Clovis, Sat, Oct 5, 10 AM

ENZO’S TABLE Food Truck Fair, Sat, Oct 5, 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Every Saturday and Sunday, between the hours of 10:30 – 2:30, chefs offer some of the town’s best eats, with menu selections that are unique and diverse. Many of the fabulous cooks use ENZO’S TABLE produce and ENZO Organic Olive Oil, so you can taste first-hand delicacies prepared using Ricchiuti Family Farms’ finest. Once you have ordered, sit and enjoy your afternoon, taking in the scenic view of the P-R Farms orchards and the surrounding Sierra mountain tops. With a visit inside ENZO’S TABLE to cap off your outing, you can sample, shop and purchase the best the San Joaquin Valley has to offer.

Note: Please keep in mind that some food vendors open earlier and hours may vary depending on weather conditions and vendor availability.

More info here: https://clovisbookbarn.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=b9e399026fa2735183e1376b5&id=74c4828ff9&e=e686c05737

Old Town Clovis Farm to Table Harvest Dinner, Sun, Oct 13, 5 – 8 PM

Join us in Old Town Clovis on Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 5 p.m. for our Farm to Table Harvest Dinner. This event will feature a “King’s Table” down the center of Pollasky Avenue with flowers, lights, music, and more! The best of Old Town restaurants will be showcased, with a five-course meal perfectly paired with unique wines for each course. This is sure to be an evening to remember in Old Town Clovis, highlighting our home town talents!

This event is presented by The Business Organization of Old Town Clovis, benefiting Pink Heals, Guardian of the Ribbon. Must be 21 to attend. Tickets are Non-Refundable.

Feral Dragon Soapery at ClovisFest 2019, Sat, Oct 26, 8 AM – Sun, Oct 27, 5 PM

Pick up your favorite Feral Dragon Soapery bath and body care products at ClovisFest. All of Feral Dragon Soapery treats are handcrafted right here in Clovis, Ca.

Clovis Fest And Hot Air Balloon Fun Fly Sat, Oct 26 – Sun, Oct 27

Clovis Fest And Hot Air Balloon Fun Fly is a 2 day event being held from 26-27 October 2019 at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds in Clovis, United States Of America. This event showcases products like best of barbeque, Mexican food, chicken and delicious egg rolls, a cool Pepsi product and a sweet treat etc.

Holidays in October

1st– World Vegetarian Day
3rd– Mean Girls Day
5th– National Get Funky Day
6th– National Noodle Day
10th– World Mental Health Day
13th– ? National Fossil Day
15th– National Mushroom Day
17th– National Pay Back a Friend Day
20th– International Sloth Day
21st– National Reptile Day
25th– National Breadstick Day
28th– ?National First Responders Day

Penelope Childers

Inspirational Writing Workshop

Saturday, November 16th, 1PM-3PM
How to Write Inspirational True Stories
Learn how to craft your personal experiences into a 1,200-word piece and get PAID.

At the end of the workshop you will know:

1. How to grab your reader right from the start,
2. How to keep your reader engaged throughout the story,
3. How to end with a fulfilling and upbeat ending.
4. Where to submit your story and get paid.
Each attendee will have the option of one personal critique.

Seating is limited. Do not wait to sign up.

Penelope Childers is a co-author for A Cry of the Heart: Human Trafficking, One Survivor’s True Story. Other publishing credits include SALT magazine, Inspire Christian Writers 2014 Anthology, Focus on the Family’s Club House Magazine, Guideposts, and Chicken Soup for the Soul—Inspiration for Nurses, The Spirit of American, and Best Mom’s Ever. She enjoys mentoring others.

Penelope’s publishing credits include numerous short stories and articles. She skyped a workshop with Amy Newmark, editor of Chicken Soup for the Soul. A key mentor, B.J. Taylor, is best known for her Chicken Soup and Guidepost stories. Penelope has a certificate of completion for an online course with Guideposts. Penelope is an award-winning author. To learn more visit her website at www.penelopechiders.com

To sign up for this workshop, please call (559) 297-9052 (https://clovisbookbarn.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=b9e399026fa2735183e1376b5&id=7eb1a4a52d&e=e686c05737) or email us at clovisbookbarn@sbcglobal.net. Seating is limited.

Dinosaur Show With….
Steven Hammond!

Saturday, December 14th, 10am-11am.

Ribbett the Frog
Jon Latham and Steven Hammond

Saturday, December 14th, 1pm-2pm

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