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Venues in Stanislaus County, California (516)

venues in Stanislaus County | Stanislaus County locations for weddings

Stanislaus County is a county located in the Central Valley of the U.S. state of California. As the price of housing has increased in the San Francisco Bay Area, many people who work in the southern reaches of the Bay Area have opted for the longer commute and moved to Stanislaus County for the relatively affordable housing. As of the 2010 census, the population was 514,453 up from 446,997 at the 2000 census. The county seat is Modesto.

Stanislaus County is included in the Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Victory Assembly of God
(209) 538-4916
1960 E Hatch Rd
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Body & Soul Fitness
(209) 537-3459
1920 Foundry Ct
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Bet Nahrain Cultural Center
(209) 538-4130
3119 Central Ave
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Ceres River Bluff Regional Park
(209) 538-5628
3761 E Hatch Rd
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Berean Baptist Church
(209) 538-5628
2609 Lawrence St
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Gateway Community Church
(209) 667-0168
3350 Lester Rd
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Denair Public Library
(209) 634-1283
4801 Kersey Rd
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Coach House's
(209) 883-4778
6724 E Whitmore Ave
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Red Lion Hotel in Modesto
(209) 521-1612
1612 Sisk Rd
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J Street Cafe
(209) 577-8007
1030 J St
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PetSmart Pelandale
(209) 543-9176
3900 Sisk Rd
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Yosemite Bowling Lanes
(209) 524-9161
2301 Yosemite Blvd
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Junior Garcìa
(209) 523-9977
1033 McHenry Ave
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Unity Church of Modesto
(209) 578-5433
2467 Veneman Ave
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George Eisenhut Elementary School
(209) 527-7867
1809 Sheldon Dr
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All American Mortgage
(209) 579-3600
2301 Coffee Rd
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Chili's Grill & Bar
(209) 526-5985
3401 Dale Rd
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City of Modesto: King Kennedy Memorial Center
(209) 522-6902
601 N Martin Luther King Dr
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Pizza Factory
(209) 521-5667
601 Tully Rd
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The Eichel Building
(209) 571-8118
118 W Orangeburg Ave
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CareMore Care Center
(209) 544-2554
1234 McHenry Ave
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The Stratford at Beyer Park
(209) 236-1900
3529 Forest Glenn Dr
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Asian Airfares Group
(209) 526-8297
700 1st St
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Vagabond Inn Modesto
(209) 521-6340
1525 McHenry Ave
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Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
(209) 988-7433
713 16th St
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Echo Lodge Motel
(877) 865-6578
4300 Bangs Ave
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K & M House Concerts
(209) 596-4253
3600 Beachler Dr

History of Stanislaus County


The county is named for the Stanislaus River, first discovered by a European, Gabriel Moraga, in 1806, and later renamed Rio Estanislao in honor of Estanislao, a mission-educated renegade Native American chief who led a band of Indians in a series of battles against Mexican troops until finally being defeated by General Mariano Vallejo in 1826. Estanislao was his baptismal name, the Spanish rendition of Stanislaus, itself the Latin rendition of the name of an 11th century Polish Catholic Saint Stanislaus the Martyr.

Between 1843 and 1846 when California was a province of independent Mexico, five Mexican land grants of a total of 113,135 acres (457.8 km), or over forty-four square miles were granted in Stanislaus County. Rancho Orestimba y Las Garzas, Rancho Pescadero and Rancho Del Puerto were located on the west side of the San Joaquin River. Rancho Del Rio Estanislao and Rancho Thompson were on the north side of the Stanislaus River. Additionally in 1844, Salomon Pico received a Mexican land grant of 58,000 acres (230 km) in the San Joaquin Valley, somewhere near the Stanislaus River and the San Joaquin River in what is now Stanislaus County. However the grant was never confirmed by the Land Commission.

Stanislaus County was formed from part of Tuolumne County in 1854.

There is a somewhat lively local debate as to the proper pronunciation of the name Stanislaus. Some residents pronounce it STAN-?s-läw, with no final S. This is no doubt influenced by the Spanish form Estanislao and further reinforced by the fact that the San Joaquin Valley was settled by immigrants from the southern states following the Civil War, and the southern dialect tends to soften all trailing consonants. Despite this, the silent final S has never been universal, and other ethnic and historical influences tend to argue against it. Several towns within Stanislaus and neighboring counties along the Stanislaus River, including Turlock, Valley Home, and Ripon, were founded and settled by immigrants from Dutch-, German-, and Danish-speaking regions where Stanislaus is a traditional men's given name (and like Estanislao, a variation of Stanley). The German-derived pronunciation, STAN-?s-l?ss, maintains the trailing S (and also puts a bit more emphasis on the second syllable). At any rate, unaware of the name's complex local history, most outsiders and new residents pronounce Stanislaus with the final S, which is arguably the more phonetically intuitive method, but both pronunciations are considered acceptable.

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How to have a great event in Stanislaus County


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