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Faces and Places: Experience Visalia, drink in hand

Photos by JJ Fry   O n May 13th, 2021, people gathered to experience downtown Visalia and all its offerings while surrounded with live music and glasses of vino in hand. This ninth annual Downtown Visalia Wine...

Symphony: The Future of the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra is Now

Text by Phillip Townsend  I  Photos by Go Creative Group   T hrough innovative leadership, creative collaborations and perhaps a bit of irreverence, Tulare County’s orchestra company is evolving to reach new audiences. What do you think of...

Visalia Chamber – April 2021

The Visalia Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a catalyst, convener and champion of local business by continuing to provide valuable resources, programs and initiatives to local businesses and the community. The Visalia chamber...

TULARE CHAMBER – APRIL 2021

Flowers blossoming, the days getting longer and fresh air signal the arrival of spring. As we welcome the new season, we are filled with hope for new beginnings. As much as we talk about...

Visalia Chamber – March 2021

Only weeks into 2021, the Visalia Chamber of Commerce was hard at work to provide support and growth opportunities to members, local businesses and our community. In February, the Taking Care of Business Fund was...

TULARE CHAMBER – MARCH 2021

Throughout the last year, the Tulare Chamber of Commerce has learned, like many others, to adapt, reshape and refresh. The unforeseen changes resulted in many new opportunities and halted others, but one thing remains:...

Visalia Chamber of Commerce • February 2021

As we enter February, the Visalia Chamber of Commerce looks forward to growth and new beginnings for our members, Visalia and region. In December last year, we announced that Southwest Airlines intended to bring service...

Tulare Chamber of Commerce • February 2021

Like so many, the Tulare Chamber of Commerce looks onward in hopes of returning to what was once normal. We anxiously await the day when all businesses are open and flourishing, and we can...

COMMUNITY: Put the Unity in our Community • December 2020

Text by Sue Burns   T here is no shortage of words to describe 2020: unexpected…bizarre… scary…surreal…over-whelming…long…to sum it up, it’s been “A YEAR.”  Since February, the COVID-19 virus has surged through the country, bringing shutdowns, job...

Visalia Chamber of Commerce • December 2020

Like so many others affected by COVID-19, the Visalia Chamber of Commerce has used the last nine months to rethink how we communicate to our members and advocate for local businesses. One positive outcome...