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Events

MOTHER'S DAY STORIES AND CRAFTS

Date: Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Makes Mother's Day special with a gift from the heart made by the hands of ...more»

H.E.A.R.T.S. Connection Night At the Ballpark

Date: Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Fundraiser.... Proceeds Benefiting H.E.A.R.T.S.connection...more»

PROJECT LINUS WORKSHOP

Date: Tuesday, May 05, 2015
We provide handmade blankets for children who are seriously ill or traumatized ...more»

FREE YOGA CLASS

Ongoing Each Tuesday.
Classes under the guidance of Mr. Dhaval Buch. Call before attending....more»

SUICIDE SURVIVORS SUPPORT GROUP

Ongoing on the first Tuesday and third Tuesday of each Month.
This group is open to anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide. Please call ...more»

LINE DANCING

Ongoing Each Tuesday.
Class costs $5....more»

QUILTING

Ongoing Each Tuesday.
Learn a new hobby or just enjoy quilting with friends....more»

DO THE MATH

Ongoing on the first Tuesday of each Month.
Math help for students rgades 4-12. Every Tues. & Wed., tutors are available ...more»

SEWING & DESIGN CLASSES FOR KIDS & TEENS

Ongoing Each Tuesday.
Students will learn basic to intermediate sewing techniques using patterns ...more»

BEGINNING BELLY DANCE DRILLS CLASS

Ongoing Each Tuesday.
With Tribal Moon Rising. $5 drop in fee. First class is free!! This class ...more»

Featured Articles

Derby Revolution of Bakersfield – Mamas Roll for Bakersfield

Off the track, the women from the Derby Revolution of Bakersfield (DRB) are mothers, teachers, and business owners; but once they’ve suited up for a match, their alter egos take over, and they turn ...more»

THE NEW FRONTIER

Scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important to stay competitive in our global economy....more»

Mother’s Day: Making & Baking Kitchen Traditions

Mother's Day is the perfect time to create kitchen traditions you can cherish together year after year with your mom or the woman who has taught you all you know about cooking and baking....more»

Dear Reader

When I was 10 years old, I saw a movie that changed my life, "Xanadu." When Olivia Newton-John comes to life from an alley mural, and is alive and radiant with all her beauty and exquisiteness, I was ...more»

Beam Me Up, Scotty!

Mommy’s log, star date 2015: As what’s left of the crew and I settle in for viewing of ancient television transmission (two crew members lost in recent years to ancient Earth custom known ...more»

10% of Breastmilk Purchased Online Found to Have Cow’s Milk

There has been an increase in parents buying human breastmilk online. While moms feel pressured to feed their infants human breast milk, two-thirds of mothers are unable to produce enough milk or breastfeed ...more»

Children of Over-involved Parents Get Less Exercise

A Canadian study published in the April issue of Preventive Medicine found that children whose parents were overly involved in their lives spend less time outside than children with parents who hover ...more»

Is hand washing your dishes BETTER for your child’s health?

A study of 1.029 Swedish children between ages 7 and 8 found an association between allergy development and common lifestyle factors, such a washing dishes by hand versus using a dishwashing machine, ...more»

Local Girl Scout Becomes Top Cookie Seller

Kern County Girl Scout Hailey A. from Troop 376 set out this year to sell 6,000 packages of Girl Scout cookies, and she surpassed her goal with a cookie sale total of 6,115 packages....more»

Local Family Creates Foundation to Honor Son

The Nick and Tracy Street family created the N8 Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation to honor their son, eight-year-old Nathan Street, who passed in February from DIPG, an aggressive brain tumor....more»
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May 5th
in history
1821: Napoleon Bonaparte dies in exile on the island of St. Helena.
1834: The first mainland railway line opens in Belgium.
1862: Union and Confederate forces clash at the Battle of Williamsburg, part of the Peninsula Campaign.Eyewitness to War
1862: Mexican forces loyal to Benito Juarez defeat troops sent by Napoleon III in the Battle of Puebla.
1865: The 13th Amendment is ratified, abolishing slavery.
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