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A night at the theater with ... Dr. Frankenstein

Calling all angry mobs, "Young Frankenstein," presented by Tehachapi Apple Festival, will begin showing on Feb. 22. An entertaining ensemble of actors will perform the Broadway version of Mel Brook's...

 

Tehachapi Valley Arts Association Photo Contest winners

On First Friday, Feb. 1, Tehachapi Valley Arts Association celebrated the creative talents of Tehachapi's local photographers with a reception featuring over 125 entries by 55 photo enthusiasts. With...

 

AV Indian Museum looking for actors for youth play

If you are between the ages of 8 and 18 and enjoy acting, come out to Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park and audition for our annual outdoor play based on a traditional California...

 

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...

 

Panelists for BVS Cultural Arts Pop-up Book Faire

On Sunday, Feb. 17, the BVS Cultural Arts Association is hosting a Pop-up Book Faire at the Oak Tree Country Club. It opens at 2:30 p.m. and will have a no-host bar. A panel will hold a question and answer period and then several authors will work...

 

Sisters to teach art at Slice of Life

Sisters and best friends, Hannah and Elisabeth Macy (ages 24 and 27) developed a love for beauty from a very young age. Growing up in a large family of 12, they were home-schooled through all 12...

 

LITERARY WINTER - Stories as unique as snowflakes

I love winter. A roaring fire in the fireplace, a cozy blanket on the couch, a good book to sink into. Winter days seem perfect for reading books saved throughout the busy year, or finding a book so...

 

From elves on shelves to Tolkien: A look at Christmas Tales both old, new

Don't you just love a good book? I do! My name is Midge Lyn'dee,* a lover of books and retired librarian. I am happy to give book reviews for you in this first Loop TALE. Christmas is a magical and wo...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Remi Sandoval, 8, likes to call her art "The Sunset." Slice of Life Enrichment School is opening, "Worlds of Discovery and Culture," through supplemental instruction in the areas of music, languages...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Slice of Life Enrichment School is opening "Worlds of Discovery and Culture," through supplemental instruction in the areas of music, languages and art. Slice of Life is located at 48771 W. Valley...

 

How well do you know the Tehachapi theater scene?

Did you know, the original BeeKay marquee was the first neon sign in Tehachapi when the theater opened in 1936? The City of Tehachapi had an exact (although more proportional) reproduction made for th...

 

TCT goes high tech with Sherlock

When your family attends the holiday production of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol at the beautiful BeeKay Theatre, be ready for an awe-inspiring visual feast! In addition to the...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Mailee Stevens, 8, a student at Slice of Life Enrichment School is in their Little Sprouts Art Program. Slice of Life Enrichment School is opening "Worlds of Discovery and Culture," through...

 

Classes & Events

The Tehachapi Treasure Trove is open Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visit us online at www.tehachapitreasuretrove.com and on Facebook at www.facebook...

 

Announcing TCT's Playwrights' Festival winners

In September, Tehachapi Community Theatre (TCT) held its popular 10-minute Playwrights' Festival at the beautiful BeeKay Theatre. Playwrights from Kern County, Los Angeles County and the Alliance of...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner...

 

Local artist takes home ribbons from Kern County Fair

Local artist ZiYu (Anya) Hansen represents Tehachapi proudly for the second consecutive year at the 2018 Kern County Fair among many tough competitors. Anya is an immigrant from Taiwan and is...

 

Tehachapi artist speaks at Rotary

The Tehachapi Rotary Club had the pleasure of hearing from local artist Donald Towns at their Sept. 13 meeting. Towns, who has been chosen by Adventist Health to be the Artwork Coordinator for the...

 

The healing power of creativity

"What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity ... something like a good armchair which provides relaxation from physical fatigue." –Henri Matisse. The painter Henri Matisse started...

 

Giving the gift of healing art

Generous community members contributed almost $6,000 on Thursday, Aug. 23 during the Art of Healing Silent Auction, hosted by the Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley Foundation. The money will be used...

 

Creative magic – the healing power of art

The beauty and concept of art surrounds us on a daily basis. Mother Earth, the greatest artist of all, fills our hearts and souls with her mountains, forests, lakes, sunsets and snowflakes. But...

 

Chalk on the Walk lines the streets in vibrant colors

The streets of downtown Tehachapi were bright with color after the 2018 Chalk on the Walk on Aug. 11. Artists of all ages began claiming their 4 by 4-foot section of sidewalk canvas along Tehachapi...

 

Ever dreamed of painting a masterpiece or learning a foreign language?

At Slice of Life Enrichment School, students from 5 to 81 years old have been freed to pursue those dreams with rewarding successes. Susan Minor, owner and director of Slice of Life, has found that th...

 

Adults buzz the Bee

The "adult in the room" is defined as the person in the group who makes level-headed decisions. The adult is the one we look to for wise, measured thinking. The adult is the emotionally, mentally...

 

BVSCAA sponsors local band Blonde Mustard at Cub Lake

Join the fun at the lake on Sunday, July 22 at 3 p.m. Bring your picnic lunch and the kids to enjoy the easy sounds of Jerry Mulkins, Gloria Yeager, Joy Gray, Steve Hall, Pat Shoptaw and any other...

 

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