Bakersfield’s annual Via Arté Festival has thread its way through some of Robyn Lace’s most important life events. In 1999, her participation in the first Via Arté was a high school project. “Jeremy Bingham and I were assigned to work together by Mrs. Reynolds, our art teacher.”
Join us for our Heart Of Gold Gala as we celebrate our accomplishments and look forward at our future and goals. Hear from speakers about Sudden Cardiac Arrest and learn about who is at risk and how you can help to save the lives of our youth.
Concerts are all about the experience. The perfectly balanced sound, the lights, the effects—they all play a part in what makes a show phenomenal, and this is where highly skilled individuals like Andrew Rosenstein take center stage.
Traditions transcend time. Years may pass, but certain choices have ripple effects that surpass generations.
The local chapter of the American Red Cross hosted its Annual Donor Recognition Luncheon at the Bakersfield Fire Department Station 1 in downtown Bakersfield. Certificates were handed out and speeches were made about the incredible progress and community support the Red Cross provides citizens through the efforts of their donors. A buffet lunch was served to the happy attendees, as well.
With hundreds of auction paddles at the ready, this year’s Boots & Bachelor Auction kicked off with a bang! The Crystal Palace was packed with excited bidders looking to win fabulous date packages, event sponsors, and, of course, the most eligible bachelors in town, ready to help raise money for the Bakersfield Homeless Center.