There is so much to do in and around Exeter. An annual event is happening every month. The website keeps a current calendar of Annual Events. You can also see the upcoming events on the left.


Exeter New Year’s Eve celebration and Doo-Dah Parade


Exeter Chamber Awards: Honoring Exeter’s Man and Woman of the Year and Heritage Awards and more.


Annual Chamber Membership Breakfast
Chocolate Romance: Exeter Optimist Club’s gourmet dessert fundraiser
Kiwanis Easter Pancake Breakfast


Exeter Garden Club Spring Tea


Lion’s Club Brew Fest: Tasty treats and lots of suds to enjoy.
Garden Party: Mural fundraiser sponsored by Exeter-A Festival of the Arts. Dinner and Auction.
Garden Tour: Tour of unique gardens in the Exeter Area
Relay for Life: fundraiser for the American Cancer Society


Sequoia Foodie Fest: Local celebrity chefs, contests, sampling, life music and children’s activities.


Fourth of July in the Park: The oldest celebration in the Tulare County area starts with pancake breakfast, life entertiainment, 10k run and a 2-mile walk and a Fireworks display presented by the Lion’s Club at Lion’s stadium


Poker Run: Exeter Volunteer Fire department Poker Run


Anniversary of the Chamber building. The Exeter Chamber of Commerce was originally the Exeter Board of Trade. Building was erected in September 1912 on land leased from the Union Pacific at cost of $3,000. In February 1921 the name was changed to the Exeter Chamber of Commerce.


Fall Festival: Pancake breakfast, arts and crafts food booths, live entertainment, parade car show, 10K run 2 mile walk


Exeter Baseball Booster Dinner
Exeter Chili Cook-off
Exeter Holiday Open House: The streets of downtown Exeter light up for the holidays every Thursday night when all the merchants open their doors and display the Christmas spirit.


Exeter Annual Christmas Parade: Marching bands, custom cars, and decked out floats line Pine to welcome in Santa Claus.

Exeter Holiday Open House Continues

Holidays at the Gallery: Primary fundraiser for the Exeter Courthouse Gallery and Historical Museum