Holiday Movies on the Big Screen of the Fox Theatres

The Hanford Fox Theatre holds special movie afternoons and evening – year round. For the holidays, it will be showing the following: Friday, Nov. 24 @ 2:pm – Mickey’s Christmas Carol with Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas – Mickey’s Christmas Carol is rated G and the running time is 26 minutes. Mickey’s Christmas Carol is […]

The Creative Center Celebrates 40 Years and Looking Forward

For 40 years The Creative Center has served the South Valley community by offering visual and performing arts classes to those who might not otherwise have had the opportunity. It was the vision of Violet Ginsburg that brought about the facility, helping adults with developmental disabilities further their passions and bring their goals to fruition. […]

Artist Reception for Bishops and Zanini at PAA, Dec. 3

The latest Porterville Arts Association exhibit features the work of Bill Bishop, Susie Bishop and Ron Zanini. The exhibit is currently open, however, the artist reception is Sunday, Dec. 3 from 2-4pm. Bill Bishop’s expertise in reproducing both fish and birds from wood stems from a true love for fly fishing and watching birds. He […]

Porterville Parks & Leisure Offers Free Pickleball Lessons

Considered one of the fastest growing sports in the United States, pickleball now has an outdoor facility in Porterville.  One of the two tennis courts at Zalud Park was converted to accommodate pickleball, with open play taking place on Saturdays or by appointment. Haven’t played the sport yet?  No problem!  A local pickleball enthusiast has […]

Homegrown Harvest Fun at the 104th Annual Exeter Fall Festival

This year’s Exeter Fall Festival will continue many fun traditions from the past 104 years – games, contests, arts & craft, food and entertainment that is guaranteed to be fun for the whole family. October 1 – 31st Exeter Scarecrow Contest. The Exeter Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that Scarecrows are Returning to Exeter […]

Kings Art Center to Open Two New Exhibits

The Kings Art Center is celebrating its 25 year anniversary this month with a “Past to Present” exhibit open from September 23 to November 11 in the center’s Marcellus Gallery. In the Members Gallery, the center will exhibit “Internment 1942,” the 75th anniversary of the Japanese-American Internment with the work of Henry Sugimoto, a Hanford […]

Symphony Kicks Off Season with Pops in Tulare

The newly named Sequoia Symphony Orchestra (formerly the Tulare County Symphony) will kick off its 2017-18 season with its traditional “Pops in the Park” in Zumwalt Park in Tulare on Saturday, September 9. Begun in Tulare in 1960, the symphony changed its name this summer to better reflect its artistic growth and regional appeal. The […]