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Ongoing Dec. 8-23 – Candy Cane Lane is back! Powell Street will be open for the public every Thursday night through December and enjoy lights, carolers, EUHS Jazz band and refreshments. Every Tuesday – Watercolor classes taught by Kacey Fansett, at 5 p.m., at Three Rivers Art Center, 41763 North Fork Dr. Cost is $15 […]

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Woodlake groups collecting ‘Toys For Joy’ of it

Woodlake may be Tulare County’s smallest city, but it has a big heart. Each year, rival service clubs, senior citizens, afterschool programs, public agencies and private businesses come together to raise nearly $5,000 in donations during Woodlake’s annual Toys For Joy toy drive. “There is no more gratifying feeling you can have than showing up […]

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Feeling At Home

With more than 300 attendees the Exeter Woman’s Club celebrated its second Christmas Home Tour on Dec. 6. EWC President & Event Co-Chair Rosemary Hellwig reported that early the next morning one homeowner, Michele Gann, called to express her “delight in being a part of the tour” and thanked the Woman’s Club. Hellwig recounted another […]

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A Merry Medley

The Tulare County Symphony will perform its annual holiday concert on Friday (not its usual Saturday), Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Visalia Fox Theatre. It’s a concert full of fun and holiday favorites for the entire family. Highlights include a medley from “Polar Express,” selections from the “Nutcracker Suite” with an unusual twist, […]

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Classy Christmas

Fine art and fine wine equaled a fine time for Christmas at the Gallery on Dec. 8. Rebecca Hellwig opened the auction by singing “Santa Baby” to Marty Weekly in front of a Christmas tree decorated with mini paintings on it, ready to be auctioned off to benefit the Courthouse Gallery of the Arts in […]

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Making spirits bright in Exeter

Twenty-five years ago Howard Joyner was among a group of residents who transformed Powell Street into Exeter’s very own Candy Cane Lane. This Saturday, Powell Street residents will turns the lights back on and invite the community to come and share in the holiday spirit. “It was a pretty big deal, something we worked on […]

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Ongoing Dec. 8-23 – Candy Cane Lane is back! Powell Street will be open for the public every Thursday night through December and enjoy lights, carolers, EUHS Jazz band and refreshments. Every Tuesday – Watercolor classes taught by Kacey Fansett, at 5 p.m., at Three Rivers Art Center, 41763 North Fork Dr. Cost is $15 […]

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Three’s company at Exeter book signing

East of the Great Valley, written by Sylvia Ross, is a historical novel set in California’s Sierra Mountains during the time of the Gold Rush (1850-1870). Ross’ other works include her first novel , Acts of Kindess, Acts of Contrition, as well as the cultural children’s books which she wrote and illustrated, Blue Jay Girl […]

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Some Christmas culture

Looking for a little more culture in your Christmas season? Try celebrating “Christmas at the Gallery.” The annual fund-raiser for the Courthouse Gallery and Museum will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 125 S. B St. in Exeter. At the center of the event is a Christmas tree decorated with miniature […]

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