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Quilters seek time, material donations to make quilts for patients at Valley Children’s Hospital

@TheSunGazette THREE RIVERS – Generations of Americans have known the comfort that a bright, warm quilt can provide a child. And in Three Rivers, they want to make sure children who need the warmest of wishes and the brightest thoughts get a quilt without costing their parents. For the last 20 years volunteers in Three […]

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Ivanhoe agri-tourism venue hosts farmers convention

Farmers from around the nation will visit McKellar Farms/Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch in Ivanhoe @TheSunGazette IVANHOE – McKellar Family Farms (MFF) and sister company Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch (HSSR) are honored to host hundreds of farmers from around the nation during the 2018 Farmers Inspired Convention on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 from noon to 2 […]

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COS Training Resource Center offers make-ahead meal workshops for busy people

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Do you feel like you are too busy to eat right this year? You might want to take a class on finding a better way to make and take healthy meals to work to keep up with your New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier, lose weight and save money. The College of […]

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The ‘King of Ska’ comes to Visalia

Influential British ska band The English Beat performs Jan. 19 at The Cellar Door @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The two tone ska movement in England in the late 1970s bridged traditional smooth Jamaican ska with more upbeat punk rock influences paving the way for American ska bands like Fishbone, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and later on […]

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Sequoia Symphony performs Gustav Holst’s famous piece with movements named after planets

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – The opera “The Planets” may have launched composer Gustav Holst’s career into orbit but its popularity seemed to pull his spirits down. According to Holst biographers, the piece was a triumph of his time, in tune with his contemporaries and grounded in lifelong themes of mankind’s duality of war and peace, youth […]

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Community Calendar: March

January/February  |  April March 1 & 3 – Celtic/folk/world music duo Four Shillings Short will be performing two concerts in Tulare County: “Around the World in 30 Instruments” on March 1 from 6 to 7:15 p.m. at the Visalia Branch Library, 200 W. Oak Ave. in Visalia, free; and on March 3 from 7 to 9 […]

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Exeter woman takes 3rd in Farm Bureau photo contest

Kellie Neufeld’s winning photo captures 9-year-old son and his muddy 4-H hog @TheSunGazette EXETER – An everyday moment on a family farm earned an Exeter woman $100 prize and top honors in a statewide photo contest. Kellie Neufeld of Exeter, Calif. won Third Place in the California Farm Bureau Federation’s Photo Contest for capturing a […]

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Visalian Gary Albyn’s new book, A League of Warriors, follows hero Dax Hunter in Cold War chase across globe

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – With masterful precision, Visalia author Gary Albyn has woven an almanac of historical events into the plot of his latest offering, ‘A League of Warriors.’ Worthy of a plot from a John le Carré novel, the author lets the tension build as the deranged Russian stalks Hunter across the globe. This well-crafted […]

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A Bridal Odyssey: One-stop bridal show offers cake dive for a free cruise Jan. 14 at Wyndham Hotel

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Brides from all over the Central Valley will have a chance to eat their cake and have it too. This Sunday, Jan. 14, all registered brides will have several chances to win prizes during A Bridal Odyssey Bridal Show and Expo. Held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Wyndham Hotel […]

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Gardening Guru: Why Do We Prune Roses?

By Anne Skinner UCCE Master Gardener The basics of rose pruning are science based.  Once learned, these basics require a fair amount of time and labor.  Additionally, a certain degree of artistry is required.  The resulting beautiful flowers are definitely a reward, but why do we take on this gardening task? A rose bush will […]

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