Arts Visalia extends “Layers of Place” and “California Farm and Foothill” exhibitions

Arts Visalia is extending its July exhibit featuring Matthew Rangel and Paul Buxman! In order to provide the community with a better opportunity to experience Layers of Place: Matthew Rangel and California Farm and Foothill: Paul Buxman, these exhibits will remain at Arts Visalia through September 25th, 2020. Arts Visalia hopes to have the gallery […]

“Always Rejoice”! Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses moves to streaming platform

In a world where achieving a state of sustained joy may seem elusive—even impossible—for many, millions of Jehovah’s Witnesses and their invited guests in some 240 lands will “attend” a global convention this summer with the theme “Always Rejoice”! For the first time in their history of holding conventions, Jehovah’s Witnesses have moved this highly […]

TCOE using social media to support programs during pandemic

On Friday, the Theatre Company will use TCOE’s YouTube Channel to premiere a new musical entitled The Show Must Go Online! – A Virtual Children’s Musical. The production is the story of students in a school musical who decide that their show shouldn’t be cancelled by restrictions developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. They decide instead they will produce […]

Sequoia Riverlands Trust announces reopening of Kaweah Oaks, Dry Creek preserves

After California Governor Gavin Newsom recently announced relaxation of state closure guidelines related to the coronavirus pandemic, Sequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) officials have announced the reopening of two of three privately-owned, publicly-accessible nature preserves. Effective Monday, June 15, Kaweah Oaks Preserve near Exeter and Dry Creek Preserve near Lake Kaweah will again welcome the public […]