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Visalia Farmers Markets

Visalia Farmers Markets

What's in Season?

Beans, Beats, Bell Peppers, Berries, Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Corn, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Figs,Garlic, Grapes, Kiwi, Melons, Lettuce, Nectarines, Oranges, Okra, Onions,Peaches, Peppers (sweet and chili) Plums, Pluots, Potatoes, Radishes, Sprouts, Squash, Strawberries, Tomatillos, Tomatoes, Watermelon, Zucchini, assorted melon varieties, Fresh Herbs, Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts, Eggs, Breads, Dried Fruit, Jams and Jellies, Milk and Dairy products, Olive Oil, Honey, goat/cow Cheese, Beef, Chicken, and Pork and more!

Visit the Visalia Farmers Market website for more information. - www.visaliafarmersmarket.com

It's Clovis Rodeo Time 4/24-27

It's Clovis Rodeo Time 4/24-27

Clovis Rodeo weekend is here! 

There's serious bull riding and roping, live concerts and blood drive. 

Click HERE for the schedule of every event. Grab your boots, hat, sunscreen and have a blast. 

They're Hiring At Sierra Vista Mall

Sierra Vista Cinema 16 is holding a hiring fair for floor staff on Monday March 31st from 12:30pm - 5pm at the theater. 

It's best if you fill out the application BEFORE you get there. 

Click HERE for the application. 

Antiques and Collectibles Fair

Antiques and Collectibles Fair


Thousands of people are in town to see more than 90 dealers assembled with their antiques and collectibles at the Old Town Clovis Fall Antiques & Collectibles Fair this Sunday, March 30th! A plethora of items:  colorful jewelry, pots, pans, toys, books and old magazines, records, musical instruments, Army memorabilia, furniture, glassware, clothes and much more! 

 This is in Old Town Clovis along Pollasky Avenue between Bullard Avenue and Third Street where you can seek a treasure picking up knick-knacks from decades past, the remnants of an aunt’s attic or the last heirlooms of a great-grandfather, each piece of history with a story.

 Free parking and free admission.  Great food!

Clovis Business Resource Fair

Clovis Business Resource Fair

The Clovis Chamber of Commerce semi-annual resource fair is coming up March 5th at the Clovis Veterans Memorial Building. If your business is interested in showcasing your products and services, gaining new leads and customers as well as networking - sign up! 

Call the Clovis Chamber of Commerce at 559-299-7363. 

Scholarship Deadline Approaching

Scholarship Deadline Approaching

The deadline is quickly approaching for Tulare County students interested in more than $15,000 in college scholarships from the Tulare County Farm Bureau. 

Applications for 2014 scholarships must be postmarked by March 1.

The Tulare County Farm Bureau Education and Scholarship fund annually awards scholarships in a variety of categories.  Some are directed to qualified applicants according to the wishes of those who provided the funds; others go to those seeking careers in agriculture; one is given to a student whose parent is a farm employee and others are simply based on merit.

Students will be publicly recognized for their achievements at Tulare County Farm Bureau’s annual meeting on May 8, 2014 in Tulare.

To apply, students must complete and return application; submit two letters of recommendation; submit school transcripts and attend school currently or have graduated from a school in Tulare County to be eligible. 

Local Emergency Declared Over Drought

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors have unanimously proclaimed a local emergency due to the statewide drought, called for state legislators to place a water bond on a future ballot, and formed an ad hoc committee to address future water advocacy strategy.

Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Phil Cox said the proclamation of local emergency enables Tulare County to recover any future drought response costs and also makes the County eligible for any other drought-related assistance in the future.

"This is a very serious issue that can potentially destroy our local economy," Chairman Cox said.