• Fruits and veggies galore
What’s on the Tracy Farmers Market menu for today Local asparagus, cherries, apricots, eggs, peaches, basil, carrots, spinach, mushrooms, romaine lettuce and honey. Also muffins, cookies, pies, breads, lumpia, chicken, sauces and hot dogs.
The market is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on 10th Street between Central Avenue and B Street.
For information: Pacific Coast Farmers Market Association, www.pcfma.com.
• Garage sale
The Tracy Woman’s Club will have a garage sale starting at 7 a.m. today at 11683 W. Valpico Road.
• Yoga in the park
The sixth annual free yoga day will be from noon to 2 p.m. today at Thoming Park at Sycamore Parkway and Cambridge Place.
Attendees are encouraged to bring yoga mats.
For information: 239-3464.
• Afternoon of piano
Twenty-five piano students of Pat Mersaroli will perform in a piano recital at 2 p.m. today at the First Presbyterian Church, 101 Berverdor Ave. The students, ages 5 through 18 years old, will play a variety of pieces — from classical to contemporary, including “Puff, the Magic Dragon” to “Sonatina” to “Existentialism on Prom Night.”
• Elks shrimp feed
The Tracy Elks Lodge will serve an all-you-can-eat shrimp dinner from 5:50 to 7 p.m. today at the Elks Lodge, 6400 W. 11th St.
Cost is $25.
For information: 835-4413.
• Seminar for the arts
Tracy arts officials will host a public relations seminar to give tips to nonprofit groups about how to garner publicity and communicate more effectively.
Attention! For Nonprofits will be presented by Barbara Lewis, owner of Attention! Business Communications, an East Bay public relations firm. The presentation is from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at the Lolly Hansen Senior Center, 375 E. Ninth St.
Cost is $10 for up to three participants per nonprofit.
For information: 831-4118.
• Family banquet
The Tracy Area Genealogical Society will host its second-year First Family Banquet today at the Tracy Inn.
The event is designed to honor Tracy’s earliest families, and Councilwoman Evelyn Tolbert will be the keynote speaker.
Anyone who has a direct ancestor who lived in Tracy before Dec. 31, 1900, may contact the society for more information.
For information: 831-1106 or 835-6662.
• Just a cheek swab
The National Marrow Donor Program will host a free drive for marrow donors from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday at West High School, 1775 W. Lowell Ave. Donors must be healthy, between 18 and 60 years old and willing to take a tissue type test, which consists of a cheek swab.
Marrow donors help patients with life-threatening disorders such as leukemia, lymphoma and aplastic anemia. The registry has a shortage of minorities, according to the blood bank, BloodSource.
For information: www.bloodsource.org.
• Ports cancer fundraiser
The Stockton Ports baseball team will donate $1 for each ticket sold at Sunday’s home game to the foundation of the St. Joseph’s Medical Center, which will put it in its Mobile Mammography Fund to help fight breast cancer.
The team will also give a portion of other proceeds from the game against the Bakersfield Blaze to the foundation.
For tickets or other information: 644-1923, or www.stocktonports.com.
• Legion auxiliary meets
The James McDermott Unit 172 of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at noon Tuesday at Perko’s cafe, 1321 W. 11th St.
For information: Ruth Briggs, 835-1429.