Weekend Wonders

7-Eleven's BYO Cup Day takes place Saturday in all of the convenience store chain's locations. (Erin Kirkland/Baltimore Sun/TNS)

Where to go, what to see and what to do

7-Eleven BYO (Bring Your Own) Cup Day

For all those who are fans of Slurpees, the convenience store chain is offering a one-day opportunity on Saturday to fill up any cup or container from home for less than $2.

The only specified requirement is that the cup or container must fit within the 10-inch cutout underneath the Slurpee machine dispenser.

The deal is available for all locations and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fresno Filmworks screening

In collaboration with CineCulture, Fresno Filmworks will screen the recent Sundance film, “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter.”

The independent film stars Rinko Kikuchi, a 2006 Oscar nominee for Best Supporting Actress in “Babel” and was written and directed by filmmaking brothers David and Nathan Zellner.

The dark comedy follows a lonely Japanese woman who after discovering a VHS copy of “Fargo,” goes a quest to find the movie’s buried treasure in the American Midwest.

“Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter” is in Japanese and English with subtitles and runs 105 minutes. Tickets cost $10 for general and $8 for students and seniors.

For more information, visit FresnoFilmworks.org.

Shinzen Spring Garden Festival

The Fresno Bonsai Society event will showcase Japanese culture and the beauty of the Shinzen Friendship Garden on Saturday from 11 to 5 p.m.

Taiko drummers, martial arts demonstrations, authentic Japanese cuisine and more will be on hand for the spring celebration.

Tickets are $7 for ages 15 and over, $3 for ages 4 to 14 and children under 4 years old are free.

For more information, visit shinzenjapanese.org.

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