The Fresno County Blossom Trail will host its 30th annual season of trail-related events. The trail winds through Selma and Kingsburg and the season kicks off with a ceremony at 10 a.m., Friday, Feb. 2, at the Sanger Historical Woman’s Club Building, 1602 Seventh St., Sanger.

There are trail-events from February through October and include wine tastings, a car show, and 10K run in Sanger, a bike ride in Reedley, a wine weekend in Sanger and Kingsburg, a festival in Orange Cove and an art fair at the Big Fresno Fair.

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The nonprofit Fresno County Blossom Trail, now in its 30th year, is a collaborative effort joining Fresno County with partner cities Sanger, Kingsburg, Orange Cove, Reedley, Fowler and Selma to welcome springtime visitors to the region.

On the Blossom Trail website, visitors can find the latest bloom period updates, directions, activities and stops along the way, including farms, fruit stands, wineries, shopping and dining.

For more information on the Blossom Trail, go online to

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