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September 2017—Words of Wisdom

Aug 25, 2017 11:00AM ● By Enjoy Magazine

Editor's Note — September 2017

On the Cover: Halle Arellano
Photo by Simply Smith Photography

Summer is in the rear-view mirror, school is back in full swing, and we’re looking forward to the cooler, crisper days of fall.

You’ll be inspired by the folks at Crown Valley Youth Ranch, where children who have endured some tough circumstances are helped by the healing power of horses. Their ability to mend minds and hearts is magical.

Libraries open up a world of adventure for people of all ages, and you can help make Tulare Public Library even stronger during an upcoming fundraiser. “A Night at the Library” invites you to dress like your favorite literary character and enjoy a virtual trip to another world – many other worlds, in fact.

Then, learn about the renovation of Merryman Station, which showcases the iconic railroad tracks and celebrates a piece of history.

Children of the ‘70s and ‘80s – or those who wish they were – will love stepping back into an era of legwarmers and big hair for a night, courtesy of Chicago. The band celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, believe it or not, and they promise to bring plenty of fun and nostalgia to a Fresno theater in October.

Feed your sweet tooth with a trip to Sabor a Tocumbo, a Michoacán-style ice cream shop with all flavors made in-house. The owner is following a family tradition and making lots of customers happy in the process.

Happy autumn, and enjoy South Valley living!

Words of Wisdom, September 2017, Enjoy South Valley Living