The Bakersfield Downtown Business Association and the Downtown Bakersfield Development Corporation was at it again, lighting up The Westchester in the name of making central Bakersfield the place to have fun and do business. Waiter races, food and wine tasting, and a silent auction were all enjoyed while live music brought the party home.
For almost a decade, Josh Kimble has been looking for a way to solve a problem most in the agriculture industry considered unsolvable—how to transport produce quickly, inexpensively, and safely. And it looks like he’s come up with a game-changer.
World Class Organ Concert, Friday, February 5th at 7:30 p.m. at Valley Baptist Church, Olive Drive Campus, 5500 Olive Drive. World renowned concert organist Dr. Carol Williams will be performing on the seventh largest pipe organ west of the Mississippi, with the brilliantly impressive sounds of 8500 pipes!
The Boys & Girls Club of Kern County painted the town fun with their annual Artfest fundraiser. A strolling dinner perfectly complemented with a variety of wines from Paso Robles kept supporters sated while they were able to bid on “Kidz Art” through a silent and oral auction. The proceeds all go to funding the Club’s activities for this coming year.
Oil and trains have been a long-time part of our community, but not many people may recall just how big of a deal it was at the turn of the 20th Century. Imagine people from all over California taking trains and buggy rides out to Kern County specifically to see our oil fields in action! Sounds too incredible to believe? Well, read on and start believing!
It’s an affair of the heart at Niner Wine Estates in Paso Robles. And I think Heart Hill Vineyard must have something to do with it.