Tuesday, Nov. 14
The film focuses on the struggles of farmers in the central San Joaquin Valley and a possible future with no food and water to sustain its residents. A Q&A discussion panel will follow the screening. Visalia Fox Theatre, 300 W. Main St., Visalia, 559-625-1369, www.foxvisalia.org, free.
Music: Electric Guest
The funk-pop duo from Los Angeles features Asa Taccone and Matthew Compton. Their sophomore album, “Plural,” was released in February. Strummer’s, 833 E. Fern Ave., Fresno, 559-485-5356, www.strummersclub.com, $15.
Event: ‘Forced into Genocide’
Adrienne G. Alexanian is editor of the memoir of Yervant Edward Alexanian and will read his eyewitness accounts of the massacre taking place in Ottoman Turkey during World War I. Fresno State, Alice Peters Auditorium, 5245 N. Backer Ave., Fresno, 559-278-2669, www.fresnostate.edu/artshum/armenianstudies.
Event: ‘American Migration Trails’
Kathy Burrows is the featured speaker at this month’s Fresno County Genealogical Society meeting. She will discuss how your ancestors moved from one place to another. Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E. Perrin Ave., Fresno, 559-600-6230, www.fresnogenealogy.org, free.
Community: Valley veterans remember WWII
Author Janice Stevens will discuss her book, “Stories of Service,” a compilation of World War II veterans’ memories of the war. Betty Rodriguez Regional Library, 3040 N. Cedar Ave., Fresno, 559-600-9245, www.fresnolibrary.org.
Find more things to do at calendar.fresnobee.com.