What: VALLEY SUPER SINGLES MEETING
When: Friday, 6 p.m.
Where: Marie Callender’s Restaurant, 3500 Coffee Road
Info: Weekly social meeting of Valley Super Singles, a nonprofit social club for singles age 45 and older. New members are welcome. For more information, call Chuck Behr at (209) 579-2347.
What: UNCLE JER’S TRAVELING BEE SHOW
When: Monday, 1 p.m.
Where: Riverbank branch of the Stanislaus County Library, 3442 Santa Fe Street
Info: Children will learn about the fascinating and complex society of bees in a lively presentation. Uncle Jer will explain how and why bees pollinate plants, how honey is made and harvested, why there are different kinds of honey and why bees swarm. Participants will get to feel and smell real beeswax and honey frames. For more information, call the Riverbank library at (209) 869-7008.
What: LEGO DAY
When: Today, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Patterson branch of the Stanislaus County Library, 46 N. Salado
Info: Have creative fun with Lego blocks. Creations made during the program will be displayed in the children’s room. Lego play helps children develop fine motor skills. Children under 4 are welcome but must have direct adult supervision. For more information, call the Patterson library at (209) 892-6473.
What: MOVIE NIGHT
When: Saturday, sunset about 8:30 p.m.
Where: Downtown Salida ballpark, Magnolia Street and Broadway Avenue
Info: Salida Little League is presenting Summer Family Movie Nights. The night’s film will be “The Lego Movie.” Bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on. Cost is $1 per person, which includes popcorn. For more information, call Monica Evans at (209) 345-9853 or Josh Look at (209) 552-5384.
What: BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MIXER
When: Tuesday, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Where: Immanuel Lodge, 23613 Confidence South Fork Road
Info: Business to Business Mixer is a fundraising event for Film Fest Twain Harte. Tickets are $10 per person. Hosts will be Roger and Judy Haughton. The event will include social networking, appetizers and a no-host bar including sodas and nonalcoholic beverages. For more information, call (209) 586-4482.
40 YEARS AGO: Downey High School and Roosevelt Junior High School were each to have a mobile home placed on their grounds. Each mobile home would have a family living in it as a deterrent to campus vandalism. A zoning exception was granted on a year’s trial by the Modesto City Council.