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At the Koi Show that I was at, they provided free entrance to the Shinzen Garden, of which I had only been to once! The garden was looking great as ever, and I believe there was a new line up of Bonsai trees, since I had last visited. Here are the photos.
So today I biked around Woodward Park and went to the Koi Show! It’s open to the public and free and they have quite a variety of Koi; big and small, with a myriad a colors. There’s some Koi swag too, like a Koi wind cones, and Koi cookies! Of course, there’s Koi supplies, equipment, and services to properly manage your Koi, which would be awesome (one day…). I’m bewildered there’s actually a sizable society in the Central Valley for those that love and own them.
Further below are some pictures of the Koi I liked. If you didn’t get a chance to make it out there today don’t fret too much. You have another day to get out there. They are open tommorrow from 9am to 3pm. I also want to point out, if you’ve never seen Fresno’s Shinzen Garden, there’s free admittance to it from the Koi Show, so do take a look and make a day of it!
The 41st annual Koi Show will be hosted at the Group Activity Area inside Woodward Park this weekend. The show will run from 9am to 4pm on Saturday and then again 9am to 3pm on Sunday. There are always beautiful koi fish in the ponds at Shinzen (I’ve been there several times myself) but this weekend looks to be koi in steroids with a whole host of local and valley koi groups and lovers converging and participating.
The weather seems to want to cooperate as well. The forecast looks to be around 77 degrees on Saturday and even cooler, 72 degrees, on Sunday! This is event is free and open to the public.