Tangram Interiors

Tangram CFO Nick Greenko, right, and Bakersfield Sales Executive Elizabeth Hyder welcome Mark Russell, principal at Radian Design, during the open house of its new Bakersfield location on Oct. 5.

Courtesy of Tangram Interiors.

Furniture and flooring company Tangram Interiors recently opened a new location in Bakersfield.

The business, which held an open house and reception on Oct. 5 at its new location at 7415 Meany Avenue. Tangram Interiors works with clients for their furniture, flooring and other design needs.

To contact the Bakersfield office, call 559-275-7070.

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The Buena Vista Museum of Natural History and Science is getting into the Halloween spirit this weekend.

The museum, located at 2018 Chester Ave., will hold its Night at the Museum event on Friday and Saturday from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Groups of 10 to 12 people will get to tour the museum with the lights out and only using flashlights.

The event costs $8 for adults and $6 for students. For more information or to RSVP, call 324-6350.

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The Stine Child Development Center will soon be the Harvey L. Hall Child Development Center.

Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) and the Head Start & State Child Development Division is holding a name-changing ceremony on Oct. 16 from 10-11:30 a.m. at 315 Stine Road.

The ceremony will include words from Harvey Hall and the CAPK as well as the unveiling of a new sign and tours of the classrooms.

“The recommendation for the name change, which came from staff, reflects Mr. Hall’s long-standing commitment to CAPK and our Head Start/ State Child Development Programs,” said CAPK CEO Jeremy Tobias, “In particular the Stine Child Development Center, for which Mr. Hall has devoted his personal time and resources to help the center be more welcoming to both children and staff.”

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The 2017 Bakersfield Heart Walk will be held on Oct. 21.

More than 2,000 Kern County residents are expected to participate in the free event, which starts at the Cal State Bakersfield Amphitheater. A Health Expo begins at 8 a.m. followed by the walk at 9:30 a.m. There is a 5K walk, a two-mile walk and a survivor's lap.

Educational booths and a kids zone are part of it all.

The event raises money and awareness for the American Heart Association.

For more information or to register, visit BakersfieldHeartWalk.com.

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