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Last Updated: May 26, 2018 11:00AM • Subscribe via RSSATOM

There are some terrific things to do around town, we'll share some of them here and remember you can add events to our calendar.

DIY: Hanging Planter

June 2018

Broadway Performer, Visalia Native Betsy Wolfe

THE ACTING LIFE isn’t exactly peaches, hustling from auditions to rehearsals, working odd jobs in between just to pay the bills and barely scrape by.

THREE RIVERS, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • This small, creative village east of Visalia on Highway 198 is known as “The Gateway to Sequoia National Park.”

THREE RIVERS, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • This small, creative village east of Visalia on Highway 198 is known as “The Gateway to Sequoia National Park.”

June 2018—Sound Check

TIME FOR A SOUND CHECK – crickets chirping, the crack of a baseball bat, the giggles of children splashing in the pool out back? Yes, it’s summer time in the beautiful San Joaquin Valley. Are you ready for some outdoor fun?

Scribblescapes

Free event with "scribble" artist Kirk Cruz

Fresno's Gizzly Fest Brings in Big Names

THE GRIZZLY FEST soon returns for its fifth year, and the local music festival has grown steadily – though this year proves to be a different kind of beast.

Janelle Howard’s Vision for Arts Visalia Art Center

IN 1994, a group of local artists began meeting to discuss how to make art more accessible in Visalia. By 1996, they officially founded nonprofit Arts Visalia, and in another five years settled in their current location on Oak Avenue, across the street from the Depot.

FOOD, FAMILY, FIESTA!

THE VICTORY of indigenous Mexicans over the European invaders in the Battle of Puebla marks the origin of Cinco de Mayo, a holiday that gained popularity in the 1960s here in the States.

PORTERVILLE, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • Gold seekers passed through Porterville after gold was discovered in California in 1848, and some decided to stick around and establish farms because of the rich soil. It was incorporated in 1902 and is now home to about 56,000 people.
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