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"The Importance of Being Earnest" at the Beekay

The hilarious play by Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest, is presented to you by Tehachapi Community Theatre.  Come see this marvelous production starting Fri Feb 6th through Sun Feb 25th.  Fri & Sat performances begin at 7:30 and Sun Matinee begins at 2.  Tickets may be purchased online or at Tehachapi Furniture and Tehachapi Treasure Trove.  Don't miss it!!!!!

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Ryanhood in Concert

In the 1970s, some folksingers, including Bob Dylan, began to “plug-in” and amp up like the rockers. Now, pop music is coming full circle as many rock ‘n’ rollers un-plug. For instance, the two former rockers of Ryanhood, Ryan Green and Cameron Hood, were named ‘Best Group/duo in the 2014 International Acoustic Music Awards (IAMA’s). They will demonstrate this blending of musical genres when they return to the stage at Fiddlers Crossing on February 23. 
To see videos and hear samples go to ryanhood.com or fiddlerscrossing.com.
Fiddlers Crossing is at 206 East F Street at Robinson Street, in Downtown Tehachapi. Tickets may be purchased next door at Mountain Music, at Tehachapi Treasure Trove, Tehachapi Furniture in Old Town, and Lucky’s Barbershop, or online through Fiddlerscrossing.com. Tickets to the concert are $20, and as always, coffee and goodies are included. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. 
On the horizon: Golden Bough, Acoustic Eidolon, The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc

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Annual Robotics Chili Cook-Off


Come join us at the THS Robotics Team's 11th annual Chili Cook-off, Silent Auction, and Robot Unveiling hosted by FIRST Team 585.  This event takes place Sat February 24th 12-3pm at Tehachapi High School. At this terrific fundraising event, you can:

1. Sample outstanding Chili from area chef's and home cooks

2. Experience the newest robot built by the THS Robotics Students to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition

3. Support the work of these students by bidding on items in the silent auction.

Silent Auction items include restaurant gift cards, Disney Park Hopper passes, original artwork from local artists, and great items donated by local businesses and organizations. Come learn about the great things our going on right here in Tehachapi! We look forward to seeing you there!

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Golden Bough in Concert at the BeeKay

It’s been years since the popular Celtic-music based band, Golden Bough has made it back to Tehachapi. Finally, the long wait is almost over. On Friday, March 2, Fiddlers Crossing will present the trio in concert at the BeeKay Theatre at 7pm.
Golden Bough is well acquainted with Tehachapi, having played at the Wind Fair, Concerts in the Park and special fund-raising events in years past. The band and Fiddlers Crossing have been trying to forge a path together for them to come back to Tehachapi for the last few years, but schedules and “life” always got in the way. This year is finally the Golden Year!
This trio of superb musicians includes Margie Butler playing harp, bodhran and whistle (not all at the same time!), husband Paul Espinoza on guitar, octave-mandolin and accordion, and Kathy Sierra on violin and viola. All three sing, and their concerts include many of their own compositions. Margie and Paul started as a duo 37 years ago playing Celtic music from many nations as well as American folk music. They have been joined over the years by others, mostly fiddlers. Sierra joined them in 2001. Some in Tehachapi might remember their performance at Cummings Valley School ten or more years ago.
Golden Bough captures the essence and joy of traditional folk music and captivates listeners with the uniqueness of their original compositions. With songs and instrumental pieces ranging from ballads to lively jigs, reels and sing-alongs, Golden Bough provides an atmosphere in which the listener can enjoy unique entertainment within and beyond the boundaries of traditional folk music. Their music is well received and enjoyed by audiences of all ages.
Join Fiddlers Crossing for a Golden evening at the BeeKay March 2.
For more information and to hear samples of Golden Bough go to www.fiddlerscrossing.com and www.goldenboughmusic.com.
Fiddlers Crossing is at 206 East F Street at Robinson Street, in Downtown Tehachapi. Tickets may be purchased next door at Mountain Music, Tehachapi Treasure Trove, Tehachapi Furniture in Old Town, Lucky’s Barbershop, online at Fiddlerscrossing.com or with a credit card by calling 661-823-9994. Tickets to the concert are $25 for adults and $15 for students. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30p.m. Buy your tickets early because this show is sure to be a sell-out! On the Horizon: St. Paddy’s Day Celebration, Acoustic Eidolon, The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc, Bryan Bowers, Guy Davis and The Quitters.

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Tehachapi CERT Spring Training

This FREE 20 hour training course will teach you how to prepare for a disaster and survivor skills; to take care of yourself, your family, neighbors and community. Take the class for your personal knowledge or join one of our many teams. Sign Up at our Website, email GTVCERTrain@gmail.com, or call (310) 463-4003 or (661) 609-8365. Training will take place in their Recreation Hall.

March 3 - 8-4:30     March 10 8-4:30    March 17 8:12:30 

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Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra Concert

Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra in concert Sunday Mar 4th at 4:00 pm.  Free Admission.  Country Oaks Baptist Church.  Listen to:World Premiere of a new work by a contemporary California composer (TBA), Violin Concerto No. 3 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with Violinist Lorenz Gamma, and Symphony No. 4 by Ludwig von Beethoven.

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"Whiskey Galore" in Concert

The weekend before St. Patrick’s Day “Whiskey Galore” is throwing a concert and CD release party at Local Craft Beer, Tehachapi !!! FREE ADMISSION just buy beer while your here🍻 Dinner will be for sale by “Taylor’s Provisions”  Sat Mar 10th starting at 12:00 pm. LCB is located at 365 Enterprise Way behind Home Depot.   Visit their Facebook page for more information.


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Airplane Display Day

Come out to the Tehachapi Airport for Airplane Display Day. Every second Saturday the tenants of the airport open their hangars and show off the unique and storied planes that call Tehachapi home. And in the warmer months, look out for more activities such as BBQ's, Young Eagles airplane rides for kids, and more. Monthly starting March 10 at 9 am. Follow Tehachapi Society of Pilots on Facebook for Events  Also, be sure to check out the Build-A-Plane program that is going on at the airport where local high school students are building an actual, flying, airplane!

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Bear Valley Springs 34th Annual Art Show

These are the five artists who have donated for this years 2018 BVSCAA Art Show along with their artwork submissions.
Raffle tickets are available to win one of these precious pieces of art. See them on our Facebook page.
Bear Valley Cultural Arts Association will hold its 34th Annual Art Show Sunday, March 25 through April 1.
The show features many artists and involves various media: oil, watercolor, acrylic, pencil, pastels, photography, and three dimensional art including carvings, glass pottery and metal. During the Opening Reception there will be a Raffle for Art Work from five of these artists who have donated one of their works.
Also a $50 gift certificate to purchase art will be raffled. Raffle tickets are $2 for one and $20 for twelve.
The Opening Reception will be held on Sunday, March 25th, 4:00 to 7:00. Hors d’oeuvres will be served including a no host bar.
The show is open daily at 9:00 in the morning. It closes at 4:00 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday and 9:00 p.m. the rest of the week.
It is located at the BVS Country Club, 29500 N. Lower Valley Road in Bear Valley Springs.
The Art Show also provides a chance to meet artists, local and internationally famous, and to discuss and purchase their works at reasonable prices.
Artists: You can also obtain both Applications at the Bear Valley Whiting Center and Gifts and Gallery in Tehachapi. There will be more publicity for the show this year than in the past, so avoid the rush and get your applications in early. There is a fee of $8 for each item entered.
If you have questions, you can call the numbers on the Art Application.
*The Cultural Arts Association does this for the community and fees charged help to support these and other Tehachapi arts like the Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra, the Tehachapi POPS Orchestra, the Tehachapi Community Theater, and scholarships to help promote the arts to local high school students

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Bark for Life 2018

Come out and join us for the 2018 Bark for life at Tehachapi Depot Museum  Regristration at 9:00 am,  Walk 10:am to 1:00 pm
Join us as we celebrate Relay with our four-legged loved ones. Dress yourself and your pooch up wearing your purple Relay pride. All proceeds go to Tehachapi Relay for Life. HELP US REACH OUR GOAL...200 DOGS...$6,000
Registration forms are available at Canine Creek Pet Wash, Rescued Treasures, Glamour Salon and the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce.
For more information call Barbara Villasenor 661-332-4975 barbvillasenor@hotmail.com

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Stallion Springs' Round Up

The SSPOA (non-profit organization) is proud to bring back this great event for the first time in YEARS! We will have an outside flea market where residents or non-residents can book a parking space to sell their unwanted household items! Consider this a HUGE community yard sale! Inside the Stallion Spring's gym, we will have vendors with new or hand-crafted items. We also plan on having some light entertainment, drinks and food items for sale. Please email Debbie Rodriguez at debbie@mccaslands.com if you'd like to book a vendor spot or a flea market space, or three! debbie@mccaslands.com
This is a fundraiser for the SSPOA and aids our community and scholarship funds! We appreciate your support!
 Prices for outside Flea Market Spots are as follows per parking space: 
 $10 for annual paying POA members of SS
 $15 for Stallion Springs residents
 $20 for non-residents
Prices for Vendor Spots are as follows:
 2 tables space- $20 plus a donation of one of your items for our prize wheel
 3 tables space- $25 plus a donation of one of your items for our prize wheel
 4 tables space- $30 plus a donation of one of your items for our prize wheel
 corner spot, wrap around/ 5 tables space(Limited)- $35 plus a donation of one of your items for our prize wheel
 Get your heavy duty spring cleaning done and come sell your stuff!

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Western Swing Out Weekender

Join the fun Memorial Day weekend 2018 for the Second Annual Western Swing Out Weekender in scenic Tehachapi, California! 
This Rustic Desert Gem of a small town is a hidden treasure and a perfect 1950's time capsule of antique shops, roadhouse motels, charming outdoor spaces, 50's Diners, & museums, there's even a train! Only 1 1/2 Hours outside of Los Angeles, and one hour outside of Bakersfield! 
Enjoy your favorite Western Swing Bands in a picturesque Small Town environment. A Perfect holiday weekend getaway for Western Swing, Hillbilly, Rockabilly, & Country Music Fans Alike! Three days and two nights of live music, a vintage western film festival, western costume competition, swing dancing, vintage vendors, an outdoor beer garden, and all the classic appeal of the vintage 1930s-1950s era. 
The Western Swing Out Weekender 2018 returns with many event favorites including The moonshine and whiskey tasting, the best boots contest, the vintage western fashion show, the memorial day parade and picnic, and much much more!! 
Saturday kicks off the event with Western Films at the Beekay Theater and live music in the Centennial Plaza. 
Vintage Vendors will have a shop set up in the old Train Shop on Tehachapi Blvd. Dance lessons at the VFW. The evening continues with live music on the VFW parking lot stage and beer garden. 
Sunday continues with more live music, dance lessons and competitions at the VFW, and whiskey tasting! 
Monday wraps up the event at the Philip Marx Gazebo in the Park. Live music and vintage bbq/picnics until 6pm 
All Concert Venues are in walking distance. We plan to invade the town with a foot stompin' and rebel rollickin' weekend of Western shirts, cowboy hats, and Patio dresses as far as the eye can see, all while enjoying an amazing line up of your Favorite Bands! 
We will offer Swing Dance Classes by the world renowned duo Kim & Dave. Also featuring a Jive competition where we will crown the best fancy footed couple, 10+ Vintage and Repro Clothing Vendors, Whiskey Tasting, Vintage Picnic, Memorial Day Ceremony honoring our Veterans, Ms. Western Swing Out Competition, Western Film Festival and so so much more! 
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