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Three Rivers wraps up Raven Festival

After a full month of celebration Three Rivers will wrap up it’s Raven Festival on Saturday, Oct. 25. The festival will conclude with the old fashion Carnival at Three Rivers Union School Last year was Three Rivers first annual Raven Festival, event organizer Nadie Spencer said that the inspiration behind the event came from surrounding [...]

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Community Calendar

October   Ongoing – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations and sponsorships for 103rd Annual Awards Banquet “Red Carpet Night”. Awards are given for Man of the Year, Woman of the Year, Youth of the Year, Business of the Year, Organization of the Year and Employee of the Year. Deadline for nominations [...]

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Meat Locker to bring chills

The Woodlake Valley Chamber of Commerce is ready to scare up some fun on Friday, Oct. 24 and Saturday, Oct. 25, with their third annual haunted house. This year the staff has planned an evening full of spine chilling thrills with the Meat Locker of Terror. According to organizer Rachel Lira, “On a scale of [...]

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Day of the Dead brings life to Lindsay Museum

The dead are breathing new life into the Lindsay Museum. On Oct. 24, the Lindsay Art Association will hold its second annual Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) art exhibit. The exhibit, which will run through Nov. 9, will feature both paintings and larger format canvas art inspired by the rich and bold [...]

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Ritchie, rodeo roots ride on in Woodlake

The name Clarence J. Ritchie has become synonymous with local rodeo, but for the first time since 1956, the late team roper will not be involved in local rodeos. Since his passing in December 2013, Ritchie’s absence has left a huge void in the Woodlake rodeo scene after he was involved as a competitor, organizer [...]

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Fox Theatre brings a night of heavy metal

The Visalia Fox Theatre will ring in Halloween with a three-part night of heavy metal. Sandwiched in between the classical sounds of the Tulare County Symphony and Christian comedian Ken Davis on the Fox calendar is thrash and death metal by local bands Dawning of a Massacre, Saturn Descends and Summon the Harbinger. The evening [...]

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Worldly artists in their ‘Elements’ in show at Courthouse Gallery in Exeter

Artwork from three different artists, with three different styles and from three different parts of the world have come together to form the “Elements” show now on display at the Courthouse Gallery in Exeter. The “Elements” of water, earth and air come together in this amazing new show. In their own way, each artist has [...]

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Symphony performs music by Gershwin, Bernstein

Exciting music by two of America’s most beloved composers will be performed by the Tulare County Symphony for their first classics concert of the season, Saturday, Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Visalia Fox Theatre. The program will feature Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” and Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from “West Side Story.” George Gershwin [...]

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What will be your history?

Women in medical history have faced many challenges from prejudices, harassment and even sabotage. On Tuesday, Oct. 7 the Lindsay Cultural Arts Council held it’s annual Night at the Museum fundraising dinner. The evening was capped off with a presentation given by Lindsay Museum and Gallery Curator Sarah Troop. Troop’s presentation entitled: “Heroine and Heroines: [...]

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Community Calendar

October Ongoing – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations and sponsorships for 103rd Annual Awards Banquet “Red Carpet Night”. Awards are given for Man of the Year, Woman of the Year, Youth of the Year, Business of the Year, Organization of the Year and Employee of the Year. Deadline for nominations and [...]

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