The Cotton Patch Quilters of Kern will hold it's biannual quilt show, Feb. 8 and 9, at the Kern County Fairgrounds. The show will have on display nearly 200 quilts, including both judged and "display only" entries.
"Innovations," the 29th annual all media juried art exhibition and sculpture show, includes well over 100 vibrant and creative submissions by a number of the region's many talented artists.
TVAA is sponsoring the 8th annual Feb. 2014, photo contest. Who knows, you may get that once-in-a-lifetime shot and take home the Best of Show cash award. Gallery 'n' Gifts will be accepting photo submissions from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3. Submissions are $5 each and each entrant may submit up to seven photos.
The Tehachapi Strings Orchestra, under the baton of Gayel Pitchford, will perform in concert at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31, at St. Jude's Anglican Church, 1200 S. Curry Street.
Gathering to celebrate life's milestones is something that humans have done for eons and most everyone is looking for a beautiful place to make lasting memories.
Upcoming activities at the Tehachapi Branch Library include include the following:
The current poster display outside the Beekay Theatre teases you with its circus theme and wacky character lineup and the tag line..."and now for something completely different!" Next up on TCT's lineup of great performances this season is George Herman's award-winning play "A Company of Wayward Saints."
Members of Cub Scout Den Number Three, their Den Leaders and helpers spent a memorable evening on December 17th at the Veterans Memorial Hall greeting Veterans who attend the Air Stream Classes and serving to them a chili dinner. Meeting the vets with a snappy salute were Cub Scouts, Jack Schuyler, Jake Schuyler, Matt Burke, Noah Cazares, Ernest Cazares, William Small, Ben Small and Christian Rodriguez.
Local wine grape growers and vintners from around Tehachapi gathered together on Jan. 8 to share a meal, a few laughs, exchange ideas, and most importantly imbibe in a bit of the fruits of their labors... literally.
It's not often that Tehachapi is chosen as the location for a film to be shown to the public for the very first time, but that will be the case on Thursday, January 23 when a brand new documentary entitled Talking Stone, The Rock Art of the Cosos will be shown at Tehachapi's Hitching Post Theaters.
Singers are invited to join The Tehachapi Symphonic Chorus, which performs with the Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra. On May 18, they will be performing selections of Love Song Waltzes by Johannes Brahms (Liebeslieder Waltzer, Op.52), sung in English.
The Art Studio will be hosting an event in which local artists and art lovers come together to share in a unique showing of "tasteful" art.