Delano California Events

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The Bakersfield City School District serves a "grab-and-go" meal at 11 a.m. Grab a meal and walk to the bus stop, and Cal State Bakerfield offers a free lunch for students, faculty, staff and students. On Friday, June 9, from 11.30 a.m. to 4 p.m., there will be a joint meal and dinner. M., and food can be taken and picked up at all bus stops from 10: 15 a.m. to 4 p.m. or from 1 a.m. to 3 a.m. for $5.

Customers who use our program to find childcare in California are encouraged to call us if they have any questions or concerns about the program: 1 - 888 - 745 - 4357.

The city of Delano hosts the Thanksgiving Day Children's Parade, where kids become the stars as they wave to the crowd on Main Street. The festival includes live music, food trucks, vendors, crafts, games and more. Panama Buena Vista School District will offer school lunches on Saturday, November 26, from 11 a.m. to noon at the Delanos Community Center.

The program includes historical displays on the history of the town, a discussion about the surrounding community and a lecture by Delano City Councilwoman Elisabeth C. Brown. Representatives of Panama Buena Vista School District, Delanos Community Center and Panamanian History Society will participate in the panel discussion.

The discussion begins with the story of Allensworth and SHP, followed by a brief introduction by Delano Councilwoman Elisabeth Brown and the Panamanian History Society. The discussion will conclude with a discussion of the communities in Southern California and Mexico and a lecture by the Panama Buena Vista School District on the development of the city and its role in the creation of Panama, Mexico and California. John J. Allenworth, a member of the Delanos Community Center Board of Trustees, talks about his involvement in the founding of Allenworth State History Park in 1908 and his experience as a resident.

After his discharge from the Army, Finley settled in Fresno and worked at North American Aviation until he earned his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Fresno State University. He worked at Allensworth School for three years before moving to the Fresno Unified School District to work as an elementary school teacher. Delano Airport is the only public airport in the state of California with a runway and is open to the public daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Delano is also home to Delano Air Force Base and California's National Guard Base, as well as a number of other federal and state facilities.

The Community Action Partnership of Kern provides weekly food dispensaries throughout Kern County. The Dolores Huerta Foundation has compiled a list of the following school districts with pantries in Delano, Antelope Valley and the city of Bakersfield. During the spring break week, meals are provided for students and staff at the University of California, San Bernardino and UC Davis. Bakerfield College, a community college, is hosting the first Community Food Pantry in the city of Los Angeles.

Panel discussions help to broaden our understanding of California's diverse agricultural history with regard to African-Americans. Delano is home to an annual Philippine weekend festival that celebrates Philippine culture with performing arts and cultural activities. There is a day when the historic legacy of Cesar Chavez is being honoured, with a celebration of his life and work in the civil rights movement, and a celebration of his legacy.

Historically, the farm workers movement was a diverse racial and ethnic movement involving a wide range of ethnic and religious groups, as well as political and social movements. Philippine farm workers played a significant role in transforming the way farm workers were treated in the US, where Filipinos were viewed as docile, hard-working immigrants denied the opportunity to vote and own land. Most of them immigrated to the United States as young men in the 1920s and 1930s, but stayed until the 1950s or 1960s. Philippine male immigrants were prohibited by California law from getting married, and strict immigration laws prevented Filipino women from immigrating to the US.

Today, the city still has a rich history of agricultural workers, many of whom have contributed to its and the city and the country.

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