Thursday, Feb. 15
Event: Hockey returns downtown
The Fresno Monsters return to where it all began for a three-game run against the Long Beach Bombers. Police Chief Jerry Dyer will drop the puck before Friday’s game and Saturday night’s game will pay homage to the Fresno Falcons. Selland Arena, 700 M St., Fresno, $13-$19.
Event: ‘Black Panther’ discussion
The Cross Cultural and Gender Center celebrates Black History Month with keynote speaker Juliana “Jewels” Smith, followed by a panel discussion on the movie “Black Panther.” The month-long celebration continues with the presentation “Black and Queer,” an art show featuring live performances Feb. 22. Fresno State, Peters Building, 5241 N. Maple Ave., Fresno, 559-278-4435, www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/ccgc/african-american.
Event: Screening of ‘Pretty in Pink’
The Throwback Thursdays series continues with the John Hughes’ 1986 hit starring Molly Ringwald, Jon Cryer and Andrew McCarthy. Visalia Fox Theatre, 308 W. Main St., Visalia, 559-625-1369, www.foxvisalia.org, $5.
Event: The Doctrine of Discovery
Fresno Pacific University presents Sara Augustine speaking on “The Doctrine of Discovery, the Christian Church and the Rights of Indigenous People.” College Community Church Mennonite Brethren, 2529 Willow Ave., Clovis, 559-291-3344, free.
Event: Community discussion
Join the Fresno County Public Library for a discussion on the new Clovis Regional Library. Community members will have the opportunity to give their input on what they’d like to see at the new library. Clovis Police Station meeting room, 1233 Fifth St., Clovis, 559-600-6274.
Find more things to do at calendar.fresnobee.com.