‘What’s Happening’ Kern County? List of things to do in Bakersfield, Kern …
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – ‘What’s Happening’ Kern County? Here’s a list of fun events happening in Bakersfield and Kern County on Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30.

To find out ‘What’s Happening’ on weekends, watch 23ABC’s weekend morning show with Lindsey Adams on Saturdays and Sundays at 6 a.m. and 8 a.m.

Did we miss anything? Email the newsroom at events@kero.com with any future events in Kern County.

Saturday, March 29, 2014


The deadline to avoid penalty for not having health insurance is just two days away and local organizations are gathering to help you get covered. The Last Chance Health Fair will take place in the West parking lot at Kern Medical Center, and you can get all the information you need to get registered through Covered California. The event will take place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.


Two full days of motorcycle riding on Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30 to benefit Randy Gafner II, a victime of the H1N1 flu and is in recovery. It will take place at the Honolulu Hills Raceway on 26217 Honolulu Road in Taft. The cost is $ 5 for spectators per day or $ 8 for both days, and $ 20 for riders or $ 25 for both days. Randy will be hospitalized for months during his recovery. Randy has been an influential member of the loca…………… continues on KERO-TV 23

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Allstate, Fairless Unveiling at Bike Week
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Rick Fairless will be unveiling a custom Victory Vegas 8-Ball he built for Allstate Insurance at Bike Week. The Fairless 8-Ball will be the grand prize of this year’s Allstate Motorcycle Sweepstakes.

This Friday, March 7, Allstate Insurance Company and legendary motorcycle builder Rick Fairless will unveil to the crowds at Daytona Bike Week his latest custom creation – a reimagined Victory Vegas 8-Ball.

The custom-built motorcycle is part of this year’s grand prize for the Allstate Motorcycle Sweepstakes and will feature signature Rick Fairless designs and customization never before seen by the public. This is the fifth year of the Allstate Motorcycle Sweepstakes and the first year that a Fairless custom is featured as the grand prize.

“When Allstate asked me to build this year’s bike, they asked for one that really fit the image of its riders. I knew I had to push the limits a little with this bike because they insure so many different kinds of folks,” Fairless said. “We ended up with a bike that is really going to turn some heads. This ain’t a bolt-on custom.”

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