What: FUNDRAISING EVENT
When: Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Where: Rivets American Grill, 2307 Oakdale Road
Info: Friends and family of Benito Aquilar, founder of a military motorcycle club that welcomed all veterans and supporters, is hosting a fundraiser to benefit his survivors, wife Ruby and children Zavian and Mia Aguilar. All proceeds will benefit the family. For more information, call Silvena Toledo at 619-244-4715 or Emanuel Toledo at 760-587-6215.
What: FIRE RELIEF CHARITY SHOW
When: Thursday, 8 p.m.
Where: Queen Bean Coffeehouse, 1126 14th St.
Info: The “Stand Up For Charity: Fire Relief” event will feature comedian presentations headlined by Jason Resler. Monetary donations will be directed to the Red Cross for those affected by the Butte and Valley wildfires. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/events/881506908604591.
What: NUTRITION AND HEALTH PRESENTATION
When: Saturday, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Where: Garden East Apartments, Clubhouse, 1213 Norwegian Ave.
Info: Kelly Hayford, a nutritional consultant and health coach, will give a presentation titled “If It’s Not Food, Don’t Eat It! Overcoming Our Popular Food Culture to Regain Your Health & Energy.” Complimentary food sampling. For more information, call Kathy Haynes at 209-250-9961 or email kathyhaynesSESG@gmail.com.
What: SENIOR SCAM PREVENTION PRESENTATION
When: Monday, 6 p.m.
Where: Trinity United Presbyterian Church, Telle Center, 1600 Carver Road
Info: DelWood Neighborhood Alliance is hosting a presentation on scams and will discuss their epidemic proportions and how they target seniors. The speakers will be Reva Damir of CareMore and Rosie Garcia and Stephany Valadez from the Modesto Crime Prevention Unit. Light refreshments, raffle prizes and information packets provided.
What: MUSEUM DAY
When: Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Tuolumne County Museum, 158 Bradford St.
Info: Celebrating Tuolumne County’s rich movie-making history, the Tuolumne County Museum will present “Lights, Camera Action!” Museum Day. The event will highlight the 1952 production of the classic Western “High Noon”; many of the scenes were shot in Tuolumne County. Other features include tours; the premiere of the Movie Cell, a kiosk to showcase short videos; photo opportunities; and docents in period costumes. For more information, call the museum at 209-532-1317 or visit www.TCHistory.org.
40 YEARS AGO: It was announced that the Modesto City Council, Mayor Lee H. Davies and the Modesto Farm City Committee were considering opening a farmers market. The consideration came about after Davies received a letter from a local resident suggesting the idea. Farmers would be allowed to charge 10 percent above the daily wholesale market price, something the city of San Francisco had been doing since 1943.