This year's event will feature the return of the Crafts Faire with over 120 vendors, the University Open House, student organization food and game booths, live entertainment, a Beer and Wine Garden, and the Kid's Zone with bounce houses and pony rides.
On Friday night, there will be a showing of a free outdoor screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Free Admission and Parking. For a complete Schedule of Events visit: http://www.fresnostate.edu/vintagedays or call (559) 278-2741.
Host Margot Kim chats with Vintage Days Advisor Josh Edrington and Open House Advisor Taylan Parker.
Valley health team provides accessible, comprehensive, quality primary health care and additional services to the people in the communities they serve in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner regardless of ability to pay.
Valley health team has a program called The Cinderella Project.The dress collection drive is for junior and senior girls. Participants come from rural underserved communities. Donate a gently used prom dress from now until April 3rd at your local Crown Cleaners.
Drop off locations are Bullard/West, Herndon/Fowler, Ashlan/Fowler, Cedar/Nees Willow/Nees and Kings Canyon. Call (559) 364-2941 for more information.
Mi Familia Vota: This organization is promoting civic engagement at local high schools and colleges. They visited Fresno State recently.
Students of Promise: Clovis Unified recently honored 16 juniors. Students were recognized because they have overcome obstacles in their lives. Each will receive a $1,500 scholarship.
Bowl for Kids' Sake: Go Hawaiian and have fun at Bowl for Kids' Sake. Sign up at: http://www.bigs.org or by calling (559) 268-BIGS.
March Matchup: Donate to Fresno State's student cupboard. Many college students need help finding food. A local business is offering to match your cash donation (up to$50,000) to the University's cupboard.