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Arts Art Events


Arts Alliance of Three Rivers • local arts organization
Arts Consortium • brings together artists, organizations and art enthusiasts
to advocate, promote and provide opportunities to create
and celebrate the arts for all Tulare County residents and visitors.
Arts Council of Kern • provides, supports, and promotes arts access, advocacy, and education for all residents and visitors to Kern County.
Bakersfield Art Association • serving Bakersfield area
First Friday Bakersfield • arts event every month
First Friday Downtown • arts event every month in Visalia
First Saturday
• arts event every month in Three Rivers
Fresno Arts Council • fosters an arts community that recognizes
and honors the contributions of its citizens to the arts
Fresno Art Hop • Every first and third Thursday in Fresno
Handweavers of the Valley • Central Valley fiber artists
Main Gallery • artists’ group with exhibitions county-wide
Porterville Art Association • serving Porterville area
Porterville Art Walk • first Friday of the month Porterville
Sanger Art Hop • last Saturday of the month in Sanger
Sierra Art Trails • open studios every Oct in Oakhurst area
South Valley Artists’ Studio Tour • biennial March event
Taste the Arts • annual fall arts event in Visalia
Tulare Palette Club • serving Tulare area
Urbanists Collective • promotes urban art in Tulare County
Visalia Art League • lectures and group exhibits


All phone numbers are area code 559.

Three Rivers:
Cort Gallery • 561-4036
Main Fork Art Station • 730-6848
Nadi’s Art Gallery • 561-4373

Arts Visalia • 739-0905
College of the Sequoias Gallery • 737-4861
The Jon Ginsburg Gallery • 733-9329

Exeter Courthouse Gallery • 592-5900

Lindsay Museum Gallery • 562-7168

Porterville Art Association Gallery • 784-2372

Tulare Historical Museum Gallery

Clark Center for Japanese Art • 582-4915
Kings Art Center • 584-1065

A Sense of Place • 392-6775
Fig Tree Gallery • 485-0460
Fresno Art Museum • 441-4221

Stellar Gallery • 658-8844
Williams West Gallery • 683-5551

Bakersfield Museum of Art • (661) 323-7219
Todd Madigan Gallery • Cal State Bakersfield


Three Rivers Performing Arts • Three Rivers
Barn Theater • Porterville 781-7177
Enchanted Playhouse • Visalia 635-1761
Jazz Affair • Three Rivers
Music on the Main • Visalia 739-4600
Tulare County Symphony • Visalia 732-8600
Visalia Community Players • Visalia 738-2939
Visalia Opera Company • Visalia 802-326


Three Rivers:

Anne Lang's Emporium: deli with river deck, box lunches
Antoinette's Coffee and Goodies: coffee and sweets
Casa Mendoza: lunch and dinner
Gateway Restaurant: riverside dining
Buckaroo Diner: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Pizza Factory: pizza, sandwiches and salad
Riverview Restaurant: lunch, dinner, live music
Sequoia Cider Mill Restaurant: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Sequoia Snack Shack: coffee, teas, sweets, natural snacks
Sierra Subs and Salads: homemade signature sandwiches, soups and salads


Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks
These two parks testify to nature's size, beauty, and diversity: Immense mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world’s largest trees! The parks lie in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of the San Joaquin Valley. Activities vary greatly by season and elevation - which ranges from 1300' to 14,494'.

Sequoia National Forest/Sequoia National Monument
Celebrating 100 Years Sequoia National Forest 1908 - 2008. If the land could speak, it would tell many stories of Native Americans, cattle, gold prospecting, lumber camps, sheep drives, early day resorts, hot springs, pack stations, and isolated forest guard stations and fire lookouts.

Sequoia Natural History Association

non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting education, interpretation, research, and the natural and historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Devils Postpile National Monument, Lake Kaweah, and other areas of the National Park System.

California Native Plant Society
dedicated to protecting and preserving the native flora of California
Alta Peak Chapter, CNPS
local wildflower walks and programs
Redbud Garden Club
local club that sponsores community native plant gardens


Three Rivers:

The Kaweah Commonwealth weekly newspaper of Three Rivers, California

Kaweah Whitewater Adventures
The season begins in late March or early April. depending on the weather and snowpack.

Sequoia Sightseeing Tours
Sighteeing tours and private trips are our primary focus and specialty. We'll pick you up at your motel or resort in Three Rivers, where we will whisk you away to enjoy the incredible array of sights that Sequoia National Park.

Three Rivers Historical Museum
Established in 1991 by a gathering of people within the Three Rivers area that wanted to preserve the history of our area from the native americans, through the cattlemen and logging industry to current times.

Wood'n'Horse Training Stables
Christy has hourly trail rides available. She will take you out for a ride through the beautiful oak studded hills and along the Kaweah River. She can accommodate up to 4 riders at a time. Riders must be 12 and above unless they are an accomplished rider..

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