What’s Going On

KEDC

This year’s 20-21 23rd annual Stage of the County event is being televised live this year on January 30th from 7 to 8 p.m on KGET-TV 17

CAPK

Community Action Partnership of Kern is asking for your donations of warm winter clothing, especially coats, for our local homeless at the M Street Navigation Center. They particularly in sizes M through 3x for men and women. For more details call me or log on to KUZZ dot com, click Events and what’s going on.

Drop off donations at 2900 M Street in Bakersfield or call 661 501-2604.

NAMI OF KC

NAMI of Kern County is offering free confidential support groups for Peers and Family members of individuals experiencing mental health conditions. These groups meet twice a month the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays online,, pre-registration is required. Online: namikern@yahooo.com or call Lisa at (760) 920-7504

DRESS FOR SUCCESS

Dress for Success is hosting Wednesday shopping on Wednesdays from 10 am until 4 p.m. they’re located at 1416 17th Street in Downtown Bakersfield in the Haberfelde Building. Proceeds will benefit training programs for women entering the workforce. For details call 748-1809

KC LATINO COVID-19 TASK FORCE

The Kern County Latino Covid-19 Task Force is offering a new mental health and wellness hotline. It’s for those dealing with stress, worries and other concerns related to the pandemic and for more information on this free service, Call 661-525-5900

English and Spanish, available Monday thru Friday 9am to 5 pm.

BAK COLLEGE

Bakersfield College’s Back to College program is offering a set of non-tuition certificates through BC’s Launch Pak to help students increase their earning potential. Courses are offered online. Certificates being offered include Basic Internet Skills, Customer Relations, and Digital Marketing for Small Business. Deadline to register ifs February 1st and for more details Visit bakersfieldcollege.edu/BackToCollege.

AM HEART ASSN

“Go Red for /Women” is the American Heart Association’s movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. Friday, February 5th, you’re encouraged to wear red to raise awareness and funds to continue the fight. For more information Visit WearRedDay.org

ALZHEIMER’S ASSN

The Alzheimer’s Association is offering a wide variety of online education programs specifically on Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss and support groups for Caregivers. Classes are available in Spanish as well. For more details visit Alz.org

Dress for success

Dress for Success is hosting Wednesday shopping on Wednesdays from 10 am until 4 p.m. they’re located at 1416 17th Street in Downtown Bakersfield in the Haberfelde Building. Proceeds will benefit training programs for women entering the workforce. For more information call 748-1809

KC LATINO COVID-19 TASK FORCE

The Kern County Latino Covid-19 Task Force is offering a new mental health and wellness hotline. It’s for those dealing with stress, worries and other concerns related to the pandemic and for more information on this free service, you can call 661-525-5900 English and Spanish, available Monday thru Friday 9am to 5 pm.