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Visalia Players take the wheel for Driving Miss Daisy

Live shows and matinees at the Ice House Theater begin Oct. 27 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Based on author Alfred Uhry’s life with his grandmother, the play depicts Daisy’s relationship with her African-American chauffeur, Hoke. Set between 1948 and 1973, we see Daisy, a Jewish woman of Atlanta, adjusting to the “indignities” of her perceived loss […]

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Visalia Rotary announces first showcase fundraiser

Rotary Club of Visalia will hold its first showcase fundraiser event, featuring pianist and entertainer Tim Buie, at the Wyndham Hotel on Friday, Nov. 10. @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Showcase will raise funds through the dinner-dance, a silent auction and door prizes, with all proceeds going to benefit community causes and organizations ranging from The Rotary […]

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Service club helps local woman afford service dog

The Foothill Rotary Club of Lindsay donates $500 to Leah Benitez to help pay for service dog @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Unlike a broken leg people can’t see how or why someone with anxiety is suffering, so all too often it goes overlooked. Instead people deal with their challenge in silence and take any opportunity they […]

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Students in grades 3-8 are treated to symphony concert, music history, etiquette lesson

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Since 1959, the Tulare County Office of Education and the Tulare County Symphony have partnered to bring symphonic music to the students of Tulare County. During the annual Young People’s Concerts, students are treated to a live orchestral performance, coupled with lessons in music history and concert etiquette. Over 9,000 students from […]

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Ivanhoe Library sweetens deal for young readers

@TheSunGazette IVANHOE – With Halloween right around the corner, the Ivanhoe Branch Library wants to sweeten the deal to get kids to read. During October, the Friends of the Tulare County Library is playing host to a children’s book drawing at the Ivanhoe Branch, as well as the London and Orosi Library branches. The idea […]

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Fall Festival week kicks off as senior Ashley Howell is crowned 2017’s Miss Exeter

By Kassandra Gutierrez @TheSunGazette EXETER – On Monday night, the Exeter Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual dinner event for the crowning the 2017 Miss Exeter at the Faith Tabernacle Family Center. The venue was full, as nearly 300 guests showed up, to watch the candidates compete one last time before the final judging and […]

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COS presents a screening of documentary and filmmaker conversation on civil rights essayist James Baldwin

@TheSunGazette VISALIA — College of the Sequoias’ Cultural Historical Awareness Program (CHAP) presents a screening of the digitally remastered documentary film, “James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket,” at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12 in the Visalia campus Ponderosa Lecture Hall. The event is free and open to the public, parking will be free during the […]

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2-time Grammy winning violinist Mads Tolling brings his jazz quartet to Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – With classic handsome features and world class talent, Mads Tolling is deserving of a comparison to Jack Hamm’s Don Draper character on the hit show Mad Men. The difference is that Mads’ talent is not a simulation of someone else’s creativity and there is no final episode in sight for this rising […]

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A&W helps fund middle school jazz band with annual concert fundraiser this Saturday on Mooney Blvd.

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Business getting involved in schools is a great thing that helps young students thrive. And now A&W is welcoming the Visalia community out to their fundraiser. The well known burger joint will have all five Visalia middle school jazz bands participate in the annual concert in the parking lot of the Mooney […]

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