Salinas California Events

The California Rodeo Association will break ground on a $1.5 million expansion of Salinas International Airport in June. The airport is home to the California International Airshow, held annually in late summer and early fall, and the state's largest agricultural event, the Santa Cruz County Fair, in the fall. In a 4-1 vote on Tuesday evening at the meeting of the airport's board of directors, the airport commissioners of Salinas approved a proposed project to build a hotel with 100 rooms, offices and hangars on a site of about 1,000 square meters on the west side of downtown Salina.

Live theater groups in Salinas include ARIEL Theatrical, located in the former Salina City Hall on the corner of Main and Main Streets, and Western Stage, located at Hartnell College. The event attracts 65,000 people and features a variety of performances by local and national artists as well as local bands. From June to September, concerts are held in the city centre of Salines every first Saturday of the month. It is open for tours of the Saline County Fairgrounds, California State Fair and Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds.

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The Salinas California News (thecalifornian.com) is the go-to source for breaking Salines local news and information. The product, which also includes the ability to automatically receive future articles in your RSS feed by clicking on the orange RSS symbol, will be available from King City Rustler in July 2019. On April 1, the newspaper's parent company, Gonzales Media Group, Inc., merged its newspapers in Monterey County into the Salina Valley Tribune. Salinsinas Valley Tribune is a weekly paid newspaper serving the Salinos Valley and one of the largest and most respected local newspapers in the state of California and the second largest newspaper market in the country, behind the San Jose Mercury News of the San Francisco Bay Area, and is responsible for the daily circulation of more than 1.5 million copies of a daily newspaper in San Luis Obispo County and a small circulation in neighboring counties and neighboring towns in surrounding Montery County.

A former farm worker from Salinas has moved a step closer to becoming a teacher after graduating from college and being placed on the California Department of Education's career and career development list. The suspect in a fatal shooting in the parking lot of the King City Rustler restaurant in Monterey County has been arrested, police said. The product that also includes the possibility to receive future articles automatically in your RSS feed by clicking on the orange RSS icon.

Below is a list of Salinas Western Rodeo events for the week of July 14-16, 2015, police said. A bridge for sharing is created in the feed for rodeo visitors, creating a safe space for them and their families.

Dr. Shillinglaw has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times, along with Steinbeck. Other publications include the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Diego Union-Tribune, Santa Cruz Sentinel and select newspapers and magazines. He has also written and read for television, radio, newspapers, magazines and newspapers in California, Washington, D.C., Texas, Texas A & M, California State University, Sacramento and other states.

The historic downtown area known as Oldtown Salinas features a lot of fine Victorian architecture and bears a striking resemblance to the historic city of San Francisco and its historic district. The John Steinbeck House is the former home of the San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper and now houses a restaurant. It was also the site of one of his most famous literary events.

The city is located on the western edge of Monterey Bay in the Central Valley of California and has a climate more influenced by the ocean than the interior. Thanks to the natural air conditioning that brings sea air and mist from the bay of Montereys and the mountains that block the sea air to Salina, temperatures are cool to moderate.

Occasionally there is snow in the Gabilan and Santa Lucia mountains themselves, but it is extremely rare and occurs on average every 5 to 15 years.

The most prosperous and educated areas of Salinas are bordered by the Santa Lucia Mountains, the Gabilan Mountains and the Sierra Madre Mountains. This includes the city's central business district, defined by its skyscrapers, restaurants, shops, hotels and restaurants.

Salinas and surrounding towns are served by Salinas Public Schools in the city's central business district and the Monterey County School District. The Catholic private schools in the town include St. Joseph Catholic School, the Catholic Marian School, the Catholic High School and the Catholic Elementary School. Natividad is owned and operated by the County of Monterey and houses the Santa Cruz County Public Library and a number of private schools.

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