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Easter Sunday Events

Exeter – Kiwanis Club of Exeter invites the community to a delicious Easter Pancake Breakfast at the Veterans Memorial Building located at 324 N. Kaweah Ave., in Exeter. Kiwanis will begin serving from 7-10 a.m. All proceeds benefit the youth and children of Exeter. Tickets are a small donation of $6 and are available at […]

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Egg-ceptional Events

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Hundreds of glittered, colored and exciting eggs filled with toys, candy and special prizes will be up for grabs for children all over the Tulare County this Saturday, April 15. Below is a listing of Easter Egg Hunts throughout our surrounding communities. Earth Day & Easter Egg Hunt at Exeter City […]

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‘Light of the world’ at first light

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – The essence of spring is personified in Easter. Dormant plants reborn by the promise of warmer weather and animals awakened from hibernation with the need to be nourished by its bounty mirror the religious implications of Christ’s resurrection. It is a time of basking in nature’s glory while praising […]

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

April 12 – The Cellar Door presents Joseph (2017 Coachella artist) and special guests. Early show 8 p.m.-10 p.m. Admission $15 (21+). For more info, visit www.cellardoor101.com. April 12-14 – Western Division Youth Convention, Visalia Convention Center. This life-changing event has impacted lives for over 50 years and continues to do so. Registration $45; single […]

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Children’s crafts welcome spring

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Weekly children’s crafts are planned out for the month of April at select Tulare County Library branches. Craft sessions are available at the Alpaugh, Earlimart, Exeter, Ivanhoe, Lindsay, London, Orosi, Springville, Strathmore, Three Rivers, Tipton and Woodlake branch libraries. Times vary with each location. The craft calendar features a 3D planet […]

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Refreshing touch for senior center

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN visalia – Tulare County is known for its beautifully painted murals that grace and decorate the city’s historic buildings and business walls with nearly 100 murals throughout the County telling stories about the history, wildlife, agriculture and events that enhance the surrounding communities. The City of Visalia will add another […]

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Cinco de Mayo FIESTAS

@TheSunGazette farmersville – Mariachi music, refreshing margaritas and muy bueno mexican food, will tango and samba around the eyes, hearts and bellies of Farmersville as the Tulare Kings Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (TKHCC) and the City of Famersville hosts their first, Cinco De Mayo, Dia de los Nino Festival. The festivities will begin at 11 […]

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85 years of royalty

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN lindsay – As the fragrant smell of orange blossoms drift through the Lindsay air, residents are overwhelmed with the excitement of the city’s most anticipated time of the year, the Orange Blossom Festival (OBF). For over 85 years, (with a few misses) the annual celebration has seen great queens and […]

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Sharing 33 years of journalistic expertise

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Some journalists may live their whole career confined by the walls of their office, behind a screen of their computer. They may never venture beyond their city newspaper or explore the depths of deeper knowledge’s and experiences. But for James Willwerth, a retired writer for “Time” magazine, his resume reflects some of […]

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Preserving our parks’ fire lookouts

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN springville – Fire lookouts have been a part of America’s history since the early 1900s. The hay day of the lookouts started in the 1940s and by the end of the ’50s, over 10,000 fire lookouts graced mountain tops all over the United States. As science and technology has progressed, […]

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