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TPOPS opens concert season, April 28

Spring will be “TPopping” Sunday, April 28, when The Tehachapi Pops Orchestra opens its 12th season with a concert in Grace Fellowship Church. TPOPS is comprised of musicians of all ages from...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove to feature Catherine Hammons

First Friday in April will feature Catherine Hammons, glass painter, polymer clay artist and more. Catherine paints on glass creating beautiful glass vases, sun catchers and more. She creates cute...

 

Dave Stamey rides back into town March 30

Cowboy entertainer Dave Stamey has made several trips to Tehachapi. He played to a sold-out crowd in Fiddlers Crossing in 2013 and The Beekay Theatre in 2015 and 2017. With ticket sales again brisk...

 

Whitherward Comes Hither March 16

This show has been rescheduled from March 8 to the 16th due to weather. Whitherward: a 13th-century word meaning, "toward what or which place." It's also a 21st-century acoustic band. In 2014, Edward...

 

Dulcie Taylor concert, Feb. 23

One critic said Americana singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor is, "a major talent who's been hiding from the rest of us for too long." Bringing "hidden talents" to Tehachapi is one of the goals of...

 

Jann Klose returns Feb. 8

Fiddlers Crossing will welcome back singer-songwriter Jann Klose on Friday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. This will be his third time in the downtown venue. Klose is a singer-songwriter and guitarist who...

 

56th Annual Tehachapi Mountain Festival® Theme Contest announced

The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce and the 56th Annual Mountain Festival Committee are looking for a theme for the 56th Annual Tehachapi Mountain Festival®. The Festival will be on August 16...

 

It's pronounced 'Fronkensteen'...

... and Tehachapi Community Theatre actors are going to make sure you leave the BeeKay knowing the right pronunciation. Tehachapi Apple Festival presents a Tehachapi Community Theatre production of...

 

Jim Malcolm celebrates Scotland, Jan. 27

Fiddlers Crossing tries to honor its Celtic roots by offering an Irish concert on or around St. Patrick's Day in March, a Scottish one to celebrate Robbie Burns' birthday at the end of January and pre...

 

Plant that tree!

Well, its the holiday season and time to start thinking about Christmas again! I am writing this article to let people know how to care for a living Christmas tree and how easy it is. Here are some...

 

Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol,' read by Alex Zonn

A Tehachapi Christmas tradition is returning to Fiddlers Crossing. Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," read by Tehachapi's own Alex Zonn, will be presented twice at the venue this month, on...

 

Winterdance returns to the BeeKay Theatre Dec. 23

"Winterdance," a Celtic Christmas celebration, will return to Tehachapi for two performances in the BeeKay Theatre on Sunday, Dec.+ 23. The concert, put on by Fiddlers Crossing, has been a sell-out...

 

West My Friend returns Nov. 18

The Fiddlers Crossing poster for West My Friend reads: "Canadian eclectic acoustic ensemble." The trio of young and accomplished musicians from Vancouver Island has also been called an "Indie folk...

 

BooKay rises again, Oct. 20

Hold on to your broomsticks, it's almost Halloween! To celebrate, the BeeKay Theatre will again be transformed into the BooKay! On Saturday, Oct. 20, the Tehachapi Pops Orchestra (TPOPS) will offer...

 

Third time's the charm for Moose Lodge developer

On Oct. 8 the Tehachapi Planning Commission was finally able to give the go-ahead to Rudy Ramirez for the development of the old Moose Lodge at 123 West F St. The Commission had been unable to reach...

 

Jeni Hankins brings Appalachia back to Fiddlers Crossing, Sept. 29

Picture a grandmother who could cure thrush in babies by breathing into their mouths, a cousin who was struck twice by lightning and survived, a grandfather who was shot down on the road to his home,...

 

Making community a priority

There are so many things in Tehachapi that remind me of my dad. The wildflowers, the people, the open and endless sky at dusk. But nothing quite brings him back to me like the gentle hum of a mountain...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    August 18, 2018

Meet Your New Neighbors

Dieter and Connie Brehm began visiting Tehachapi in 2016 when their son, Ernie, who is a Kern County firefighter, moved here. During weekend visits Dieter and Connie became acquainted with the Tehacha...

 

Why Cheers to Charity?

Why attend Cheers to Charity? Why spend an evening sipping a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon at beautiful Aviator Park? Why enjoy a variety of foods, wines, beers, coffee and desserts - while enjoying...

 

'Down under' singer-songwriter, Jackie Bristow comes up July 13

Fiddlers Crossing prides itself in bringing performers from every corner of America and beyond to play in Tehachapi. In addition to the United States, musicians and singers from Canada, Ireland,...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove featuring Daniela Peregrina

July First Friday at Tehachapi Treasure Trove will feature J Daniela Peregrina, mixed media artist. Daniela is currently displaying a variety of mixed media pieces at the Treasure Trove including cand...

 

Downtown Farmer's Market – Tehachapi's favorite event!

The 2018 Tehachapi Farmer's Market has begun and will continue every Thursday through Aug. 16 on Green Street in Downtown Tehachapi. Market hours will be 4 to 7:30 p.m. with farm fresh produce,...

 

Bryan Bowers to bring autoharp virtuosity to Fiddlers Crossing, May 5

Anyone who was in elementary school in the mid-Twentieth Century will remember the autoharp. In those days, we all sang every day in our classrooms, and autoharp was the most ubiquitous instrument...

 

Cheers to Charity 2018

Planning for the 2018 Cheers to Charity fund-raising event, on Saturday, Aug. 11, is underway. Aviator Park, at the Tehachapi Airport, will again be the setting for the 5th year of this annual...

 

'Folk-Rock' duo Ryanhood rescheduled for April 27

The "Folk-Rock" duo Ryanhood will be performing in Fiddlers Crossing on April 27. The concert was originally scheduled for February but had to be cancelled at the last minute due to illness. The...

 

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