What: TEA PARTY MEETING
When: Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Ceres Community Center, 2701 Fourth St.
Info: The Stanislaus County Tea Party meeting will feature guest speaker David Wolfe from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. He will speak about what is happening in Sacramento and explain upcoming ballot propositions. Other topics will include the direction of the group, getting involved and fundraising.
What: LUNCH AND LEARN PROGRAM
When: Thursday, noon
Where: Jacobs Fine Dining, 2501 McHenry Ave.
Info: The League of Women Voters Lunch and Learn Program will feature Stanislaus County Supervisor Terry Withrow, who will speak on local and state water issues. The luncheon (chef’s choice) is open to the public. Cost is $13, reservations not required. For more information, call the League office at (209) 524-1698.
What: SENIOR NUTRITION AND ACTIVITY PROGRAM
Info: The Healthy Aging Association, Area Agency on Aging and Howard Training Center are presenting the Eat Better, Move Better Program. Any senior 60 years or older who is eligible for Congregate Meals is welcome to attend the program. It is a free, short interactive nutrition and physical activity session offered once a week for four weeks. Participants will earn rewards, win weekly prizes and qualify for a grand prize at the end of four weeks. The free program will start in October. For more information regarding dates, times and location, call (209) 523-2800.
What: CANDIDATE FORUM
When: Wednesday, 6 p.m.
Where: Waterford Council Chamber, City Hall, 101 E St.
Info: The Stanislaus County League of Women Voters will host a forum for Waterford City Council candidates. It is free and open to the public.
What: FAMILY MOVIE MATINEE
When: Saturday, 2 p.m.
Where: Tuolumne County Library community room, 480 Greenley Road
Info: Saturday Family Movie Matinee features “Toy Story 3,” welcoming back Woody, Buzz and the whole gang as Andy prepares to depart for college and his loyal toys find themselves in day care. Running time is approximately 1 hour, 42 minutes. For more information, call the Tuolumne Library (209) 533-5507.
100 YEARS AGO: There were plans to install four police alarm systems, with the possibility of having a total of eight, in 60 days if the City Council accepts plans drawn up by C.M. Kellogg of the Star Electric Co. of San Francisco. Kellogg had met with the commissioner of public health and safety, C.D. Swan, and Chief of Police R.L. Dallas to go over technical aspects, as the project was a part of a municipal improvements plan.