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Enjoy San Joaquin Valley Living

April 2019—Cowboys & Classics

Mar 30, 2019 11:00AM ● By Enjoy Magazine

Editor's Note 

April 2019

WE’RE TIPPING our hats to cowboys and classics this month.

The 105th Clovis Rodeo is right around the corner, and we’ll share the back story behind a bronze statue at the entrance to the rodeo grounds. It symbolizes a local love for tradition and honors the memory of a gregarious world champion bull rider.

Downtown Fresno is poised to host its California Classic Weekend, which includes a health and fitness expo, foot races, bicycle races and more. It’s a fun way to see the sights of downtown while giving your heart rate a boost.

If you’re wandering around downtown Exeter, make time to enjoy the garden patio at the Wildflower Cafe, a one-of-a-kind dining spot that feels like a country oasis. It’s a lovely place to enjoy a meal. 

There’s nothing quite like a fresh-picked blueberry, and Julie’s U-Pick in Porterville invites guests to come pick their own fresh organic fruit. The farm and fruit stand are open to the public from early May through mid-June.

It’s a beautiful time of year in the San Joaquin Valley - explore and enjoy!

The Enjoy Team

On the Cover:

Cover model: 

Adrienne Loza-Hernandez and 

Joseph the horse from Happy Trails 

Riding Academy in Tulare

Photos by Salina Marroquin

Cowboys & Classics – April 2019