Dewar’s has been providing Bakersfield with tasty treats for over 100 years.
The South Union Swap meet in Bakersfield offers a wide variety of new and used products and services as more than 300 vendors come out every weekend to be part of this outdoor market experience. After hearing several stories about how this place manages to offer used and new products at affordable and reasonable prices, and at the same time offer an entertaining experience, I decided to visit it for myself, and see what is really all about. This is what I found out based on a vendor seller’s perspective.
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Camelot park biggest attractions is go kart racing. Go kart racing is their biggest attraction because it can appeal to all ages. “Its the funnest thing to do at Camelot,” said Alex Baldoz. People make it the best attraction because friends and family make competions out of it. They try to see who is the fastest on the track.
Going to Camelot Park is not only a great place to go because of all the attractions there, it also a good place because it has reasonable prices. To buy an unlimited attract wristband only cost $17.99. Wristband allows unliminted access to go karts, batting cage, mini golf, and bumper boats.
If your looking for some good family and friend time, try Camelot Park. Its the place to go and have fun on a budget.
When Bakersfield has nice weather, many residents enjoy being outdoors. The Marketplace is a family-friendly atmosphere for eating, shopping and entertainment. For a day with your best girlfriends, hosting a Mary-Kay makeup party may be exactly what you need. There is nothing quite like sharing good company, playing with makeup and making some new purchases to satiate your inner shopaholic.
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One of the main complaints heard around campus is that there is nothing to do at CSUB. Despite the plethora of activities advertised each quarter, students still feel an overwhelming sense of boredom. Instead of relying on other people to provide students with entertaining events, they can create the fun themselves.
Some CSUB students have learned to combine entertainment and education by having “homework parties.” Homework parties are described as social gatherings were friends come together to study or complete assignments. Stephanie Rodriguez, a former CSUB student, would frequently attend and hold “homework parties” with some of her closer friends.
These little parties tend to have a relaxed feel, which allows more people to step outside of their comfort zone and join in on the fun.
“We always held our ‘homework parties’ on Thursdays because that is the same night that new episodes of Jersey Shore would air,” Rodriguez said, “We would all go to the lobby, buy food, watch television, and finish homework.
Smaller, more personal, events, such as “homework parties,” act as a foundation for students to build relationships amongst themselves based on common interests.
Not only are “homework parties” a great way for people to make new friends and socialize with one another, but it also allows students to help each other with any problems they may not have been able to figure out themselves.
“Homework parties” are beneficial because they can be held almost anywhere and the group size is infinite. Also, with education being the primary reason for coming together, there is an underlying sense of seriousness that is made present once the books are cracked open.
Ashley Bruce, an undeclared sophomore said, ” We make studying in groups fun. Being able to laugh and relax while learning college level information sounds like it could be contradictory, but it really is possible.”