Posts by Dana Carrillo:
Saturday, February 10th is planned to be a big day for Kern County in celebration and honor of Dr.
Cycle Centennial is the name of the bike riding event coming up soon on Saturday, February 10.
The United Liberation Front (ULF) released a statement regarding the attempt Kern County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) made to stop ULF’s latest movie showing of “Gueto 2009,” a Spanish film depicting a Palestinian story, on January 26.
The first Martin Luther King Jr. Prosperity Neighborhood Community Summit will be held next week on Tuesday, January 23rd at the MLK Community Center, 1000 S.
Every two weeks Kern County Animal Services (KCAS) hosts a volunteer-led event named Streets of Bakersfield where shelter pets can be taken out of their kennels and see parts of the town.
On Monday, December 18, 2023, The Bakersfield Senior Center (BSC) hosted a news conference to celebrate Bakersfield’s historic award of a 22 million dollar grant that will be shared amongst several organizations including the MLK Community Initiative.
Registration is now open through January for Kern County high schools who are interested in participating in the Poetry Out Loud (POL) event and competition.
Faith in the Valley (FIV) is inviting the community to participate in a forum about the improvements for Ford City Park in Taft.
October and November hold so much excitement, cultural celebrations, awareness campaigns, and traditional holidays. For many native and indigenous families, this is the time to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on October 9.
Care First Kern (CFK) is hosting a free, two-day community event to cultivate empowerment around criminal justice reform.