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FRIDAY, JULY 9

Last day to suggest names for Kimball stadium


WHERE: Tracy Unified School District office, 1875 W. Lowell Ave.

DETAILS: A committee of district, school and community representatives will choose a name for the Kimball High School stadium later this summer based on suggestions from residents. School facilities can be named for local educators or community or civic leaders. Forms can be found at the district office or online.

INFO: 830-3201 or www.tracy.k12.ca.us/

Movie on the Plaza

WHEN: 6:30 p.m.; movie begins at dusk

WHERE: City Hall, 333 Civic Center Plaza

DETAILS: The city of Tracy will present “Charlotte’s Web,” the second in a series of free movies shown outside City Hall. Families are encouraged to take a picnic blanket and spend the evening with friends and neighbors.

INFO: 831-6858

Black Tie Karaoke

WHEN: 8 to 11 p.m.

WHERE: M&J Bistro, 2515 N. Tracy Blvd.

DETAILS: Start your weekend off with an evening at M&J Bistro’s Black Tie Karaoke event, with sounds provided by disc jockey Dave Tillman and LMG Attractions.

INFO: 832-2727 or www.mjbistro.net

SATURDAY, JULY 10

E-waste collection


WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: Boyd Service Center, 520 Tracy Blvd., Gate 1

DETAILS: Residents and businesses can drop off unwanted electronics, used household batteries and light bulbs, cardboard and Styrofoam (No. 6 only). A complete list of restrictions can be found online. Sponsored by the city of Tracy and San Joaquin County.

COST: Free

INFO: Public works, 831-4420

Young Eagles take flight in Tracy

WHEN: 10 a.m.

WHERE: Tracy Municipal Airport, 5749 S. Tracy Blvd.

DETAILS: The Young Eagles Flight Rally gives young people the chance to take to the skies in airplanes and experience firsthand the world of aviation. Those between 8 and 17 years old will can go up with pilots and get firsthand explanations about the planes and the people who fly them. Each youngster who flies will be named an official Young Eagle.

COST: Free

INFO: Trina Anderson, 832-1162

Beginning Internet class

WHEN: 3 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Adults can learn how to navigate the Internet. Space is limited; sign up at the circulation desk.

COST: Free

INFO: 937-8221

Clothing nonprofit’s final sale

WHEN: 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: 231 E. 11th St., in the parking lot

DETAILS: Clothes 2 Work, a nonprofit founded to help women get clothes for work and interviews, is shutting its doors. All the designer and gently used clothes, in semi-casual and dressy styles, as well as purses, jewelry and furniture, are available at prices that typically range between 50 cents and $1.

INFO: Patricia Munson, 835-2244

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14

Deal-Me-In Day


WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Lolly Hansen Senior Center, 375 Ninth St.

DETAILS: Classic games including 21, war, poker, bingo, go fish, old maid and dominoes, with snacks, drinks and prizes

COST: $3

INFO: 831-4230

VFW meeting

WHEN: Dinner 5 to 6:30 p.m.; meeting at 7 p.m.

WHERE: 1960 N. Tracy Blvd.

DETAILS: A spaghetti dinner and meeting for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1537 will feature a ceremony and a presentation of awards. Friends and families of members, as well as non-member veterans, are welcome to participate.

COST: $5

INFO: Vaughn Gates, 835-3602

Democrats meet

WHEN: 7 p.m.

WHERE: Sarvey’s Shoes, 501 W. Grant Line Road

DETAILS: The Democratic Club of Greater Tracy will meet for a presentation by Bob Sarvey about the expansion of the Tracy Peaker Plant.

INFO: Larry Gamino, 836-9687

THURSDAY, JULY 15

Teen fashion show


WHEN: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Community Center, 950 East St.

DETAILS: Seminars on fashion, accessories, shoes and other hot topics are on the agenda for 11- through 17-year-olds. Register by Friday, July 9.

COST: $15; $17 nonresidents

INFO: 831-6858 or www.tracyartsandrec.com

Sponge science at the library

WHEN: 4 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Kids can learn about how sponges work and try crafts and other activities using these versatile tools.

COST: Free

INFO: Tracy Friends of the Library, 937-8221 or info@tracyfriends.org

Music in the park

WHEN: 7 p.m.

WHERE: Lincoln Park, East Street and Eaton Avenue

DETAILS: The Cocktail Monkeys will conclude this year’s summer concert series with covers of popular songs from the 1960s to now. Listeners are encouraged to take blankets, lawn chairs and picnics to the park.

COST: Free

INFO: 831-6858

SATURDAY, JULY 17

Video game day at the library


WHEN: 11 a.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Teens will gather to play video games.

COST: Free

INFO: www.stockton.lib.ca.us/

Clothing nonprofit’s final sale

WHEN: 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: 231 E. 11th St., in the parking lot

DETAILS: Clothes 2 Work, a nonprofit founded to help women get clothes for work and interviews, is shutting its doors. All the designer and gently used clothes, in semi-casual and dressy styles, as well as purses, jewelry and furniture, are available at prices that typically range between 50 cents and $1.

INFO: Patricia Munson, 835-2244

Scarlata Farms farm dinner

WHEN: 7:30 to 10 p.m.

WHERE: Scarlata Farms, 28557 S. Lehman Road

DETAILS: An open-air, family-style meal prepared by Catering by Autry and featuring Ramon Rios wines will be served by candlelight on the ranch as a celebration of local food, wine and agriculture. Space is limited; call for reservations.

COST: $55 per person

INFO: 915-4628 or http://www.scarlatafarms.com

TUESDAY, JULY 20

Bubble art at the library


WHEN: 3 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Teens can learn to create bubble artwork.

COST: Free

INFO: Tracy Friends of the Library, 937-8221 or info@tracyfriends.org

THURSDAY, JULY 22

Magician Brian Scott at the library


WHEN: 4 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Brian Scott, a magician and comedian, will entertain kids at the Tracy library.

COST: Free

INFO: Tracy Friends of the Library, 937-8221 or info@tracyfriends.org

Chamber of Commerce networking mixer

WHEN: 5 to 7 p.m.

WHERE: Home Buyer’s Realty, 24 W. 10th St.

DETAILS: Chamber members and other businesspeople are invited to take business cards to meet and mingle.

INFO: 835-4366

Friday, July 23

Moose lodge dinner


WHEN: 6 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Moose Lodge, 35 E. Sixth St.

DETAILS: The Women of the Moose dinner will feature pork chops with a toasted bread stuffing, along with corn on the cob, beans, salad and pineapple upside-down cake. Reservations must be made by Thursday, July 22.

COST: $10

INFO: 835-4366

‘How Money Works’ seminar

WHEN: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

WHERE: Altamont Cowork, 95 W. 11th St., Ste. 205

DETAILS: Dave Gardner, Virginia Kristo, and Praful Sha will discuss how banking, insurance and credit card companies make money and the advantages of owning a business versus having a job. Some items will be available for optional purchase.

COST: Free

INFO: 757-8862 or http://altamontcowork.com/blog/altwork-u/

Saturday, July 24

Tracy Centennial Celebration


WHEN: Art dedication, 9 a.m.; bus tours, 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; evening program, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Transit Station, Sixth Street and Central Ave.; and Civic Center Plaza, East and 10th streets

DETAILS: The city of Tracy will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Tracy’s incorporation with the dedication of transportation-themed artwork at the transit center, historical bus tours of downtown landmarks, and a night of local food, wine and jazz music at Civic Center Plaza.

COST: Daytime activities, free; seven food and three wine tastings, $10 per person

INFO: Kim Scarlata, 831-6858; or www.ci.tracy.ca.us

Tracy Bean Festival Pageant

WHEN: 6 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Grand Theatre Centre for the Arts, 715 Central Avenue

DETAILS: The Tracy Bean Festival Pageant will select six girls to represent the chamber of commerce at various events promoting the bean festival and participate in community events through the year. The Bean Pageant will select a Queen, Princess and this a year a Little Sprout. As part of the Tracy Centennial there will also be Miss Tracy Centennial, Miss Jr. Tracy Centennial and a Little Miss Centennial. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre box office.

INFO: Tracy Chamber of Commerce 835-2131

Music at the library

WHEN: 2 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Local guitarist Jesse C. Hendricks will perform during a musical presentation titled “Water the Garden of Your Spirit.” Refreshments will be served.

COST: Free

INFO: Tracy Friends of the Library, 937-8221 or info@tracyfriends.org

Thursday, July 29

Teen girls’ retreat


WHEN: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Community Center, 950 East St.

DETAILS: Girls ages 10 through 18 are invited to learn about fitness, hygiene, self-esteem, leadership skills and more. Lunch will be provided. Register by July 21 to reserve a bag of surprises.

COST: $10

INFO: 831-6858 orwww.tracyartsandrec.com

Pirate party at the library

WHEN: 4 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Boys and girls are invited to “celebrate all things pirate” with crafts and activities.

COST: Free

INFO: Tracy Friends of the Library, 937-8221 or info@tracyfriends.org

Saturday, July 31

Motorcycle poker run for hospice


WHEN: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE: Interstate Truck Center, 825 Navy Drive, in Stockton; ends at Community Hospice, 4368 Spyres Way, in Modesto

DETAILS: The ninth annual Truckin’ for Hospice Rally will benefit Community Hospice and Hospice of San Joaquin. The 100-mile poker run will conclude with a barbecue, music and a raffle.

COST: $30, includes T-shirt, poker hand, food and drink

INFO: Lillian Sealey, 607-3335; or www.truckinforhospice.com

Beginning Word at library

WHEN: 9 a.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Adults can learn the basics of using Microsoft Word. Space is limited; sign up at the circulation desk.

COST: Free

INFO: 937-8221

Video game day at library

WHEN: 11 a.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Teens will compete in Wii Bass Fishing.

COST: Free

INFO: www.stockton.lib.ca.us/

Community blood drive

WHEN: Noon to 4 p.m.

WHERE: Best Buy, 2550 N. Naglee Road

DETAILS: Best Buy and Delta Blood Bank will sponsor a community blood drive. Healthy people age 17 or older, weighing at least 110 pounds, are invited to call for an appointment or drop by to donate. The donation process takes about an hour, and a valid driver’s license, state or military ID or passport is required.

INFO: Eden Mccullough, 832-2166

Disney Princess party

WHEN: 5 to 8 p.m.

WHERE: Color Me Mine, 1841 W. 11th St.

DETAILS: Includes dinner, dessert, games, crafts, ceramics painting, karaoke and a photo with the Disney princesses

COST: $40 per child

INFO: 834-8910 or colormejen@gmail.com

Monday, Aug. 2

Computer basics at library


WHEN: 2 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Adults can learn the basics of using a computer. Space is available at five computers; sign up at the circulation desk.

COST: Free

INFO: 937-8221

Water volley for teens

WHEN: 3 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Teens are invited to play water volley. Be prepared to get wet!

INFO: 937-8221

Wednesday, Aug. 4

Introduction to the Internet


WHEN: 3 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Adults can learn how to navigate the Internet. Space is available at five computers; sign up at the circulation desk.

COST: Free

INFO: 937-8221

Friday, Aug. 6

Movie on the Plaza


WHEN: 6:30 p.m.; movie begins at dusk

WHERE: City Hall, 333 Civic Center Plaza

DETAILS: The city of Tracy will present “Kung Fu Panda,” the third in a series of free movies shown outside City Hall. Families are encouraged to take a picnic blanket and spend the evening with friends and neighbors.

INFO: 831-6858

Saturday, Aug. 7

Tracy Interfaith Ministries golf tournament


WHEN: 11 a.m. check-in; 1 p.m. tee time

WHERE: Tracy Golf & Country Club, 35200 S. Chrisman Road

DETAILS: Tracy Interfaith’s third annual tournament will be followed by no-host cocktails at 5 p.m. and a prime rib dinner and auction at 6 p.m. Golfers should register no later than July 23. Tracy Interfaith distributes food, clothing and other necessities to people in the local community.

COST: $100 per person or $50 for club members; $30 dinner only

INFO: Fidel Garcia, 839-8382; or Darlene Quinn, 836-5424

Fly-fishing talk at library

WHEN: 2 p.m.

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Tracy Press outdoors columnist Don Moyer will present “Water Enough for Fly Fishing,” a talk including equipment demonstrations and practical tips for anglers of all ages. Refreshments will be served.

COST: Free

INFO: Tracy Friends of the Library, 937-8221 or info@tracyfriends.org

Tracy High Class of 1975 reunion

WHEN: 6 p.m. cocktails, 7 p.m. dinner

WHERE: The Reserve at Spanos Park, 6301 W. Eight Mile Road, in Stockton

COST: $35 per person

INFO: Jerry Yerian, 993-3221; Diane Twitchell Sutton, 836-5892; or www.tracyhighclass1975.com

Tuesday, Aug. 10

Golden Agers health seminar


WHEN: 9:30 a.m. to noon

WHERE: Lolly Hansen Senior Center, 375 E. Ninth St.

DETAILS: Sutter Tracy Community Hospital will pair up with the Golden Agers, a local nonprofit, to discuss health topics that are important for seniors. Lunch will be served after the seminar. Call to register.

INFO: 831-4230

E-mail class at library

WHEN: Noon

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Adults can learn how to set up and use e-mail. Space is available at five computers; sign up at the circulation desk.

COST: Free

INFO: 937-8221

Wednesday, Aug. 11

First day of school in TUSD


DETAILS: Classes begin at all Tracy Unified School District schools.

INFO: www.tracy.k12.ca.us

Thursday, Aug. 12

Word 2007 class at library


WHEN: Noon

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: Adults can learn the basics of using Microsoft Word 2007. Space is available at five computers; sign up at the circulation desk.

COST: Free

INFO: 937-8221

‘The Laramie Project’ opening night

WHEN: 8 p.m.; repeats at 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday and at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

WHERE: Studio Theater, Grand Theatre Center for the Arts, 715 Central Ave..

DETAILS: Based on interviews and journal entries in the aftermath of the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student, the play asks the question, “Could it happen here?”

COST: $12

INFO: 831-6858; www.atthegrand.org; or www.jackelliottproductions.com

Saturday, Aug. 14

Scarlata Farms farm dinner


WHEN: 7:30 to 10 p.m.

WHERE: Scarlata Farms, 28557 S. Lehman Road

DETAILS: An open-air, family-style meal prepared by Mike Trotter of DeVinci’s featuring Windmill Ridge wines will be served by candlelight on the ranch as a celebration of local food, wine and agriculture. Space is limited; call for reservations.

COST: $55 per person

INFO: 915-4628 or http://www.scarlatafarms.com

Saturday, Aug. 21

Jefferson School’s 80th anniversary


WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Jefferson School, 7500 W. Linne Road

DETAILS: Everyone who has attended, worked at or been associated with the rural school is invited to celebrate its 80th anniversary with a barbecue lunch, an open house, live music and a display of photos from throughout the school’s history.

COST: Tri-tip lunch, $8; hot dog lunch, $4

INFO: 836-388 or http://jeffersonsd.schoolwires.com

Concerts at the Gazebo with Megan Slankard

WHEN: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

WHERE: Windmill Ridge Winery, 8350 W. Linne Road

DETAILS: The Tracy native singer-songwriter will return for her third concert on the lawn at Windmill Ridge. Attendees are invited to take a picnic and lawn chairs and buy soda, wine or beer from the winery.

COST: $10 per person

INFO: 836-388 or www.windmillridgewinery.com/events.html

Thursday, Aug. 26

Chamber of Commerce networking mixer


WHEN: 5 to 7 p.m.

WHERE: Willbanks & Wood, 1047 S. Tracy Blvd.

DETAILS: Chamber members and other businesspeople are invited to take business cards to meet and mingle.

INFO: 835-4366

ONGOING

Free clothing available


DETAILS: The Because of Marcus clothing drive has clothes and shoes for those in need. Garments are available at no cost in most styles and virtually all sizes, from newborns through adults. Those interested can call or e-mail to set up a time and place to peruse and pick up items. More information can be found online at www.becauseofmarcus.org and http://tracypress.com/bookmark/4785285.

INFO: Jennifer Spikes, 627-0207 or jennifer@becauseofmarcus.com

Library activities for families

WHEN: Various days and times

WHERE: Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave.

DETAILS: The Tracy library hosts weekly story times and book clubs for readers of all levels. More information is available online or at the library.

INFO: www.stockton.lib.ca.us/

Preschool story time in Mountain House

WHEN: 2 p.m. Tuesdays

WHERE: Mountain House Branch Library, 579 Wicklund Crossing

DETAILS: Preschoolers and their families are invited for half an hour of stories, poetry, songs, fingerplays and movement.

INFO: www.stockton.lib.ca.us/

Bottled water drive

WHEN: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. through July 18

WHERE: Realty World/Corral Hollow Property Management, 104 W. 10th St.

DETAILS: The Coalition of Tracy Citizens to Assist the Homeless is collecting donations of bottled water to combat dehydration during the hot summer months.

INFO: Marvin Rothschild, 914-5242

Mindfulness Meditation

WHEN: 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays; 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Fridays

WHERE: Flow Yoga Studio, 3602 Mars Way, Ste. 125

DETAILS: Guided sitting meditation and topic discussion

COST: Free; donations welcome

INFO: Silvia Kruse, 830-0405; Abhilasha, 834-1511; or www.flowyogastudios.com

Volunteer gardeners wanted DETAILS: The Tracy Homeless Coalition has acquired a 12-foot-by-25-foot garden plot and plans to grow fresh fruits and vegetables for the homeless. The coalition is looking for garden lovers to manage and maintain it. Responsibilities include soil preparation, selecting plants and planting them, maintenance and harvest.

INFO: Marvin Rothschild, 914-5242

City day camps

WHEN: Morning, afternoon and full-day sessions

DETAILS: Weeklong Summer Explorers camps for elementary-school-age children run through July 30, with different themes each week, including arts and crafts, games, scavenger hunts, sports and community service. Families can register online or downtown at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts, 715 Central Ave.

INFO: 831-6858

Boys & Girls Club summer activities DETAILS: The Boys & Girls Club of Tracy offers themed week activities for kids ages 6 through 18, including free meals, field trips, camps and clubs.

INFO: 832-2582

Bean Festival car show registration

WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 11, during the Tracy Dry Bean Festival

WHERE: 10th Street in downtown Tracy

DETAILS: The Tracy Chamber of Commerce invites owners of classic cars, hot rods, motorcycles and low riders to sign up for a car show that will add some shine to the Tracy Dry Bean Festival. Register and join the day in the sun by contacting the Tracy Chamber, 223 E. 10th St., Tracy CA 95376; or Jon Mendelson at the Tracy Press, 145 W. 10th St., Tracy CA 95376.

COST: $25 pre-registration; $30 after Aug. 21

Scrapbooking opportunity

WHEN: 6 p.m. Thursdays

WHERE: Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tracy, 2025 Holly Drive

DETAILS: Take your own supplies or use what is available to make scrapbooks as part of this engaging group.

COST: Free

INFO: 835-5342

Kids’ entertainment at Chili’s

WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. Sundays

WHERE: Chili’s Grill & Bar, 2030 W. Grant Line Road

DETAILS: Face painting, magic, balloon twisting and more with local clowns Sparkles and Ravioli

COST: Free

Book club

WHEN: Second Wednesday of each month, 9 a.m.

WHERE: Lolly Hansen Senior Center, 375 Ninth St.

DETAILS: Each month, a title will be selected and participants will get together for coffee, snacks and a discussion of the book. Call for this month’s selection.

INFO: 831-4230

Volunteers for Road for Recovery

DETAILS: The American Cancer Society is looking for volunteer drivers to offer cancer patients safe and friendly transportation to and from their treatments.

INFO: Molly Bolognini, 941-2679

Summer open-swim hours

WHEN: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends through Sept. 5; 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays through Aug. 6

WHERE: Pinkie Phillips Aquatic Center at West High, 1775 W. Lowell Ave.

COST: $2 per person or $15 for a 10-visit pass; free for infants and toddlers up to 2 years old

DETAILS: Children younger than 7 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

INFO: 831-6200 or online activity guide

Class of 1970 classmate search

DETAILS: Tracy High School’s Class of 1970 is planning its 40th reunion for Sept. 11 at the Tracy Elks Lodge and is searching for classmates. Those who want to help contact classmates are invited to call for more information.

INFO: Debbie Castro Grimstead, 835-6185; or Karen Workinger Corbin, 836-2376

Give Every Child a Chance

WHEN: Through July 29

WHERE: Tracy Program Office, 3402 Mars Court, Ste. 111

DETAILS: Give Every Child a Chance, a Tracy tutoring group, will offer summer sessions for students who receive below-passing grades on their final report cards for 2009-10. Those who complete the summer session will have priority for placement in the September tutoring session.

COST: Free

INFO: 855-0702 or www.gecactracy.org

Gymnasium open for games

WHEN: 8 p.m. Saturdays

WHERE: Seventh-day Adventist Christian School gym, corner of West 21st Street and Court Drive

DETAILS: The school opens its gym for basketball, volleyball and other games.

INFO: 835-6607

Tracy Farmers Market

WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays

WHERE: Downtown Tracy, 10th Street between Central Avenue and B Street

DETAILS: Visit the year-round farmers market in downtown Tracy for the best locally grown fruits and vegetables.

INFO: www.pcfma.com

Donations for the homeless

DETAILS: The Tracy Coalition of Citizens to Assist the Homeless is looking for donations of furniture and household items to help homeless people being placed in housing.

INFO: Marvin Rothschild, 832-5715

Salsa class

WHEN: 7 p.m. Mondays

WHERE: Portuguese Hall, 430 W. Ninth St.

DETAILS: Salsa instructors Christina and Dan Ocampo will host salsa classes on Mondays. Partners are not required and drop-ins are welcomed.

COST: $8

INFO: 207-9644 or Salsaocampo@comcast.net

Yoga weight-loss meeting

WHEN: 7:30 a.m. Saturdays

WHERE: Flow Yoga Studio, 3602 Mars Way, Ste. 125

COST: Free

INFO: 830-0405 or www.flowyogastudios.com

Pet adoptions

WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays; noon to 4 p.m. Sundays

WHERE: West Valley Mall, 3200 N. Naglee Road

DETAILS: A rescue group will have pet adoption fairs at the mall on weekends in hopes of getting more animals adopted faster. All dogs are neutered or spayed, vaccinated and microchipped, and cats are neutered or spayed and vaccinated.

COST: Cats, $75; dogs, $250

INFO: 642-4324

Animal adoption fair

WHEN: 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., first two weekends of each month

WHERE: Petsmart, 2477 Naglee Road

DETAILS: No Place Like Home Animal Rescue will have cats, kittens, dogs and puppies available to adopt. All animals are spayed or neutered before adoption and are up to date on shots.

COST: $225 for a dog, $95 for a cat

INFO: Terrence Harris, 207-3285; or www.noplacelikehomeanimalrescue.org

Cat adoption

WHERE: Petco, 2888 W. Grant Line Road

DETAILS: Animal Rescue of Tracy features cats for adoption continuously in its adoption center at Petco. The cats and kittens are rotated every two weeks.

COST: $75 adoption fee, which includes spay or neuter, vaccines, flea treatment and deworming

INFO: 609-8220



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