Welcome Guest! You have read 0/5 articlesLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » Lifestyles

Brothers Osborne for next KJUG summer concert

Country music fans, get ready for the last KJUG Free Concert Series of the summer at Exeter City Park on Thursday, July 30 as the Brothers Osborne hit the stage. It has already been a concert series to remember as Waterloo Revival and Jackie Lee have rocked Exeter City Park. Both concerts had rising country […]

Read more

Snail hits the stage with The Freeks Aug. 1

For the last 23 years Porterville-based band Snail has been strumming, tapping and singing together all over California. The band has seen both good and bad times. The one thing keeping them together was their love of rock and roll. On August 1, the band will hit the Cellar Door stage to perform songs from […]

Read more

Arts Consortium receives ‘Local Impact’ grant

The California Arts Council announced its plans to award $5,200 to the Arts Consortium, as part of its Local Impact program. The Local Impact program fosters equity, access, and opportunity by providing project and partnership support for small arts organizations reaching underserved communities. All projects must extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations […]

Read more

Community Calendar

JULY Ongoing – The committee for the 60’s class reunion would like alumni to save the date for Sept. 5, 2015 at the Exeter Memorial Building from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Refreshments, food and dancing. For info contact Leamon Smith, P.O. Box 865, Exeter 93221, lsmith@smithfamilychapel.com. July 23 – The Optimist Club of Exeter […]

Read more

Woodlake FFA grows audience on RFD-TV

While many high school students are busy trying to cram in a few more trips with friends, Woodlake FFA members were busy making an appearance on national television. Woodlake High School’s FFA chapter was showcased on the July 18 episode of “This Week in AgriBusiness,” a weekly, one-hour television agri-news program hosted by two of […]

Read more

‘Summer Songs’ calling at Courthouse Gallery

Spring may represent new beginnings but summer picks up where it leaves off. Summer and winter are the breaks from the busy seasons of spring and fall. But unlike winter, summer is not an end or a beginning, but rather a time to rest that doesn’t involve the craziness of Christmas. Summer calls us to […]

Read more

A shot of Mezcal

There is a saying in Oaxaca, Mexico, that goes like this, “Para todo mal, Mezcal, y para todo bien, también” (“For every ill, Mezcal, and for every good as well”). The strong smoky liquor typically made from maguey plant is a staple beverage in Mexico and has grown in popularity in the U.S. in recent […]

Read more

Marty Stuart to perform at Tulare Fair

Four-time Grammy award winner Marty Stuart will perform at the Tulare County Fair on Sunday, Sept. 20. Stuart began his career singing gospel as a child, performed bluegrass with Lester Flatt in the ’70s, spent six years with Johnny Cash in the ’80s and developed his hit-making “hillbilly rock” sound in the ’90s. In addition […]

Read more

Tulare is on the hunt for talent

The Tulare County Fair is looking for the biggest tomato worm, the tallest weed, artists, bakers, quilters, scarecrow designers and more to compete and exhibit their work at the fair, Sept. 16-20. New this year is a pallet design contest, which has become a popular competition at fairs across the nation. The application form, for […]

Read more

Peter Pan flies into Visalia

J.M. Barrie’s classic tale, Peter Pan has been delighting audiences since its Broadway debut 61 years ago. With pirates, crocodiles and children who never grow up, the story has the power to the grab the attention of adults and children alike. Tulare County Office of Education’s Theatre Company is preparing to perform the beloved family […]

Read more

© 2012 - 2015 The Foothills Sun-Gazette ~ Powered By Wordpress

Scroll to top