California April 2020 Sales Report

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April 2020 Home Sales and Price Report-taken from car.org 5-26-20
California’s housing market feels full brunt of coronavirus outbreak in April, C.A.R. reports

• Existing, single-family home sales totaled 277,440 in April 2020, down 25.6% from March and down 30.1% from April 2019.

• April’s statewide median home price was $606,410, down 1.0% from March and up 0.6% from April 2019.

• The statewide unsold inventory index jumped to 3.4 months in April from 2.7 months in March and was unchanged from last April.

• The median number of days it took to sell an existing, single-family home fell significantly from a year ago, declining from 21 days in April 2019 to 13 days in April 2020.

• C.A.R.’s sales-to-list price ratio was 100% statewide in April 2020, up from 98.9% in April 2019.

• The average statewide price per square foot for an existing, single-family home was $284 in April 2020 and $289 in April 2019.

• The 30-year, fixed-mortgage interest rate averaged 3.31% in April, down from 4.14% in April 2019, according to Freddie Mac.

Some pockets of the state are not experiencing the pandemic results the same.  And some data will be different based on price range.  This article is an overview of the entire state of California.

Are you wondering how your property may have been impacted and what the current value might be?  Give us a call, email or text if you are in Southwest Riverside County!

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A Home Office for You

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CREATE THE HOME OFFICE OF YOUR DREAMS

Whether you work full-time at home or occasionally need to conduct business in the evenings or on the weekends, a home office a great way to utilize an extra room. A dedicated workspace in your home can be designed to increase productivity and comfort. Here are 5 ideas to get you started.

  1. Invest in a good office chair. Investing in an ergonomic office chair is essential. You may be spending anywhere from 30 to 50 hours a week sitting in it, so your back will thank you. Purchasing one with multiple adjustments is ideal so it fits you just right.
  2. Switch up your lighting. Fluorescent lighting has been proven to be hard on the eyes. Make the switch to LED or halogen light bulbs in your home office and try to let in as much natural light as possible. Also, consider finding a desk lamp to reduce headaches and eye strain.
  3. Keep essentials in reach and organized. Nothing says productivity like a clean, neat workspace. Select a desk with a lot of storage or install creative shelving to keep items like pens, pencils, extra batteries, calculators, notepads, and more stored within arm’s reach.
  4. Decorate bright. Pick a color you love and use it to spice up the room. Use cheery yellow or red or relaxing tones like green and blue, instead of beiges and browns.
  5. Aim for the view. If possible, place your desk so you are facing a window instead of a blank wall. Natural light can do wonders for staying alert and you can give yourself a short mental break when necessary by looking to the outdoors.

Need a larger or smaller space to call home?  We can help! Gary & April Greer @

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SW Riverside County Dec 2019 Events

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Magic on Main Nov. 29-Dec. 15
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday there will be live music, holiday crafts, holiday activities and gift wrapping stations. It is free for all ages, donations gratefully accepted for Michelles Place Cancer Resource Center.
Time/Place: 42051 Main Street, Temecula
Contact: https://temeculaca.gov

Lights on the Lake Holiday Boat Parade Dec. 14
There will be a DJ, food and beverages, coloring contests for the kids, and Santa Claus will take time out of his busy schedule to visit the lake and take requests!
Time/Place: 5pm / Lake Perris State Recreation Area
951-940-5647 / http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=651

Second Saturday Cultural Event: Christmas Around The World Dec. 14
Explore Christmas traditions throughout the world. Will include complimentary food, music, activities, and art.
Time/Place: 11am-1pm / Temecula Valley Museum
Contact: 951-694-6450 / http://www.temeculavalleymuseum.org

Beaumont Holiday Craft Extravaganza Dec. 14
Find the perfect holiday gift at our craft/vendor extravaganza.
Time/Place: 4-8pm / City Hall
Contact: http://www.beaumontca.gov

Homes for Our Troops Volunteer Day Dec. 14
Join Homes For Our Troops and the community as we install the landscaping plan for this Veterans home! We will spend the day laying sod, planting flowers and bushes, and sprucing up the yard. Bring small gardening tools, shovels, rakes, and gloves. Lunch will be provided.
Time/Place: 9:30am-12pm / 32698 Mira Street, Menifee
Contact: http://www.hfotusa.org/gomez

Wildomar Breakfast with Santa Dec. 14
Time/Place: 8-11am / Fire Station 61: 32627 Gruwell Street
Contact: 951-677-7751 x210 / http://www.cityofwildomar.org

Harvard Street Holiday Dec. 14
Live entertainment performed by local schools and community groups. A Wine & Beer Garden. A large vendor area with lots of local and regional vendors. Visits with Santa and his elves. A petting zoo with a Nativity theme. A kid zone filled with free games & activities.
Time/Place: 11am-5pm / Historic Downtown District, Hemet
Contact: 951-219-2983 / http://www.hemetsanjacintochamber.com

Perris Christmas Parade Dec. 14
Enjoy school bands, equestrian units, floats, classic cars, youth and dance groups, military entries and much more. Trophies will be awarded immediately following the parade at the Bob Glass Gymnasium.
Time/Place: 10am-1pm / Downtown D Street
Contact: http://www.cityofperris.org

Cookies and Cocoa with Santa Dec. 14
Bring your camera and take a photo with Santa, hot cocoa, decorate cookies, and enjoy making a fun holiday craft.
Time/Place: 6:30-8pm / Fire Station 97, Lake Elsinore
Contact: 951-245-0442 / http://www.lake-elsinore.org

Santa Dash Dec. 21
This 5K Run/Walk & Doggie Dash is free for all and fun for the whole family. We encourage you to dress up as your favorite holiday character or tradition, the ideas are limitless!
Time/Place: 7:30-9am / Levee at Diamond Stadium, Lake Elsinore
Contact: 951-245-0442 / http://www.lake-elsinore.org

Perris Breakfast with Santa Dec. 21
Bring a camera or have us take a photo in a frame for $3.
Time/Place: 9-11am / Bob Glass Gym
Contact: http://www.cityofperris.org

Historic Murrieta Hot Springs 5k Race Dec. 21
Runners will pass natural hot springs, a lake, palm trees, flowers, and mosaic tiled paths as they race through our beautiful and historic 46 acre property. A Kids Fun Run 1k will happen at 10:30am.
Time/Place: 8:30am / Calvary Chapel Bible College
Contact: http://www.murrieta5k.com

Kids & Cops Holiday Magic Event Dec. 21
This free, festive event provides gifts, crafts, and game activities to underprivileged children from our community.
Time/Place: 9am-1pm / Victoria Park: 2755 Wardlow Rd., Corona
Contact: http://www.coronaca.gov/police

New Years Eve Grape Drop Dec. 31
Celebrate 2020 twice with an East Coast (9pm) and West Coast (midnight) countdown. The New Years Eve Grape Drop will include live music, food vendors, and kids activities.
Time/Place: 6pm-12:30am / Temecula Civic Center
Contact: 951-694-6480 / https://temeculaca.gov

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April 2019 Events Inland Empire

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RCOE Foundation 2019 Golf Tournament Apr. 1
Let’s raise funds for students in populations served by the Riverside County Office of Education programs. The format is scramble. End the day with the banquet and awards at 3pm.
Time/Place: 8am / Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon, Beaumont
Contact: 951-826-6345 / http://www.rcoe.us

Murrieta Police Dept. K-9 Trials Apr. 6
Kids activities, food vendors, child ID kits and more. Come cheer on your favorite K-9 teams from around the country, military and Mexico. Proceeds to benefits the Paws4Laws Foundation.
Time/Place: 12-4pm / Murrieta Valley High School
Contact: http://www.murrietaca.gov

YMCA Tamales & Tequila Apr. 6
Live music, kids zone, tamale and margarita tasting!
Time/Place: 12-4:30pm / 1331 River Rd., Corona
Contact: http://www.ymcacornor.org

Riverside Art Market Apr. 6
Purchase the work of 100 artists and artisans. Enjoy music, food trucks, beer and wine, participatory art projects, and makentake workshops for adults and children.
Time/Place: 10am-4pm / Riverside Art Museum
Contact: 951-684-7111 / http://www.riversideartmuseum.org

Villegas Park Spring Egg Hunt Apr. 6
Hosted in collaboration with the Villegas Park Advisory Committee, features: Egg hunts (staggered from Noon-2pm), Photos with Peter Rabbit, Entertainment, Arts and Crafts.
Time/Place: 12-3pm / 3091 Esperanza St., Riverside
Contact: http://www.rivreg.org

Reid Spring Festival Apr. 6
Photos with Peter Rabbit, Entertainment, Youth fun zone activities (arts and crafts and game booths).
Time/Place: 11am-2pm / Reid Park: 701 Orange St., Riverside
Contact: 951-826-5654 / http://www.rivreg.org

Inland Empire Heart & Stroke Walk Apr. 7
Raise funds and community awareness of heart disease and stroke. Lets save lives with knowledge!
Time/Place: 8am-2pm / Rancho Jurupa Regional Park, Riverside
Contact: 951-384-7740 / www2.heart.org/site/TR/HeartWalk

Teen Night Light Egg Hunt Apr. 12
Grab your friends and your flashlight, so youll be prepared to collect egg-citing prizes at the annual teen only egg hunt. Will you walk away with a boogie board or a TV? Dancing and music start at 8pm, egg hunt at 8:30pm.
Time/Place: 8-9:30pm / Kent Hintergardt Memorial Park, Temecula
Contact: 951-694-6444 / https://temeculaca.gov

Norco Horseweek Apr. 12-21
Extreme rodeo, bull riding and week-long family events. There will be plenty of Food, Western Wear, Beer on Tap, and so much More!
Contact: http://www.norcohorseweek.com

Inland Empire Science Festival Apr. 13
Well be showcasing science from across Southern California all for the price of your regular museum admission! Chat with scientists from across the country, explore dozens of exhibitors, and even get a special preview of our newest exhibit.
Time/Place: 10am / Western Science Center, Hemet
Contact: 951-791-0033 / http://www.westerncentermuseum.org

Menifee Spring Fest & Central Park Grand Opening Apr. 13
There will be egg hunts for ages 0-13, an inclusive egg hunt, fun activities and photos with the Easter bunny! We hope you can join us for an eggstravagently fun morning!
Time/Place: 9am-1pm / 30268 Civic Plaza Drive
Contact: http://www.cityofmenifee.us

Walk to End Homelessness Apr. 13
Our goal is to raise $35,000 dollars to provide individuals and families the items necessary to transition out of homelessness into permanent housing and obtain employment.
Time/Place: 8-11am / Fairmont Park, Riverside
Contact: http://www.RiversideCA.gov/Walk

Spring Eggstravaganza Apr. 13
Age divided and special needs egg hunts, photos with Peter Rabbit and entertainment. Spring crafts, game booths, bounce houses/inflatables, face painting and train rides!
Time/Place: 10am-1pm / Ryan Bonamino Park, Riverside
Contact: http://www.rivreg.org

Wildomar Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt Apr. 13
Time/Place: 9-11am / Marna OBrien Park
Contact: http://www.cityofwildomar.org

Wildomar Teen Egg Hunt Apr. 13
Time/Place: 8-9:30pm / Marna OBrien Park
Contact: http://www.cityofwildomar.org

Riverside Flower Show Apr. 13
The Bees and Blooms Annual Flower Show and Garden Tour will feature displays of hundreds of prize winning plants, flowers, floral arrangements, garden art, and homegrown produce.
Time/Place: 10am-6pm / Elks Lodge: 6166 Brockton Ave, Riverside
Contact: 951-850-8277 / http://www.Riversideflowershow.com

Easter Egg Festival Apr. 13
There will be Easter egg hunts, carnival games, bounce houses and plenty of snacks.
Time/Place: 10am-1pm / Fellowship Baptist Church, Riverside
Contact: 951-684-8071 / http://www.fbcriverside.org

April Pools Day & Summer Showcase Apr. 13
Learn about water safety, enjoy fun by the pool, and get ready for summer classes!
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / Auburndale Community Center, Corona
Contact: 951-736-2241 / http://www.coronaca.gov

Riverside Tamale Festival Apr. 13
Enjoy great food, great entertainment and great shopping while supporting the preservation efforts for the Trujillo Adobe.
Time/Place: 11am-7pm / White Park: 3885 Market St.
Contact: 951-235-3586 / http://www.rivtamalefest.com

MK5K – Run Walk Apr. 14
5K, 10K and 1 Mile Kids Run. All proceeds benefit the Mary Kay Foundation, dedicated to ending womens cancers and fighting domestic abuse.
Time/Place: 8am-12pm / Eastvale Community Park
Contact: http://www.MK5K.com

Perris Breakfast with Bunny Apr. 13
Free Community Egg Hunt. Photo with the Easter Bunny. Bring your camera or purchase a photo framed keepsake for $3. Delicious Breakfast for Purchase. Pre-registration is required.
Time/Place: 9-11:30am / Civic Center Lawn
Contact: http://www.cityofperris.org

FORE the Animals Golf Tournament Apr. 19
18 holes of golf on a beautiful course, Live and Silent Auctions, complimentary breakfast and banquet lunch, and more! The best part? All of the proceeds from this event will benefit Animal Friends of the Valleys.
Time/Place: 7am-1pm / Menifee Lakes Country Club
Contact: 951-805-6239 / http://www.animalfriendsofthevalleys.com

Murrietas Spring Eggstravaganza Apr. 20
Over 10,000 filled eggs will be hunted. Please bring your own basket.
Time/Place: 9-11am / Town Square Park
Contact: http://www.murrietaca.gov

Moreno Valley Springtastic Festival & Egg Hunt Apr. 20
Egg hunt, entertainment, youth fun zone and food vendors.
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / Sunnymead Park
Contact: http://www.movalparks.org

Eastvale Chamber Scholarship Food Festival Apr. 20
Enjoy delicious food, music, shopping, face painting, and more. Proceeds raised will benefit graduating 2019 Eleanor Roosevelt High School Seniors.
Time/Place: 11am-2pm / Eleanor Roosevelt High School
Contact: 951-768-6000 / http://www.eastvalecoc.org

Temecula Easter Egg Hunts Apr. 20
Enjoy the music, have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny and be ready to hunt at 10am sharp.
Time/Place: 10am / Temeku Hills Park, Pat Birdsall Sports Park, Harveston Community Park
Contact: 951-694-6444 / https://temeculaca.gov

Lake Elsinore Eggapalooza Apr. 20
Arts and crafts, activity booths, food, and an egg hunt! Kids ages 2-8 years are invited to participate in our egg hunt with over 14,000 treasure filled eggs! Bring your camera and take your little ones picture with the Spring Bunny.
Time/Place: 1-4pm / McVicker Canyon Park
Contact: http://www.lake-elsinore.org

Easter Eggstravaganza at Living Desert Apr. 20
The entire family will enjoy games and activities including a maze, crafts, keeper chats, animal encounters, and the Wildlife Wonders Show. Children can have their photo taken with the Easter Bunny, along with his friends or take their photo amongst 10,000 eggs.
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / 47900 Portola Ave, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-346-5694 / http://www.livingdesert.org

Celebrations by Moreno Valley Wind Symphony Apr. 25
A musical program that celebrates a Cable Car, Fireworks, a Swamp Rabbit, the Hounds of Spring, and Getting Away from it All!
Time/Place: 7pm / MV Conference & Rec. Center
Contact: http://www.mvwindsymphony.org

Victress Bower 50th Celebration Apr. 26
Dignitary Presentations. Opening of Time Capsule. Tour of School to follow the Celebration. Catered lunch. Victress Bower School for severely handicapped students provides an array of special educational programs.
Time/Place: 10am / New Beginnings Church, Norco
Contact: 951-736-4646 / https://victressbower.cnusd.k12.ca.us

Inland Empires Ultimate Doundounba Fest Apr. 26-28
Film screenings, seminars and workshops on West African Drum and Dance, as well as a showcase, and invitational competition. The festival also includes childrens art activities, access to an African Marketplace and more!
Time/Place: University of California, Riverside
Contact: 909-644-8188 / http://www.eventbrite.com

Evening Under the Oaks Apr. 27
You are invited to our Evening Under the Oaks, a Silent and Live Auction, entertainment, and Dinner Benefit in support of the children of Oak Grove Center.
Time/Place: 5-8pm / Oak Grove Center, Murrieta
Contact: http://www.oakgrovecenter.org

Corona-Norco Day of the Child Apr. 27
Over 80 local organizations will be available to provide information on family resources in our community. Activities such as pony rides, petting zoo, bouncers, Story Telling, Lizard Wizard, and much more.
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Corona City Park
Contact: http://www.coronanorcodayofthechild.org

Healthy Living Extravaganza Apr. 27
Food vendors, live animals, kids zone, Unity 5K Color Run, community resources, wellness products & services, nutrition & meal planning, safety awareness.
Time/Place: 8am-12pm / Rancho Jurupa Park
Contact: 800-234-7275 / http://www.healthylivingextravaganza.com

Perris Community Health Fair & Fun Run Apr. 27
Free Health Screenings, Prizes and Giveaways, Fitness Demos, Free Entertainment, Health Food Vendors, and Educational Materials.
Time/Place: 7am-1:30pm / City Hall Campus
Contact: http://www.cityofperris.org

Sunrise Rotarys Run Through The Vineyards Apr. 27
Because of the way the course is set up, it has gained a must reputation among many of the runners who love the wine country layout.
Time/Place: 7:30am / Maurice Carrie Vineyard and Winery, Temecula
Contact: http://www.temeculasunriserotary.com

Clean Extreme 2019: Riverwalk Apr. 27
Each year, hundreds of extremely dedicated volunteers, non-profits, and community organizations come together to beautify and improve areas of the City of Lake Elsinore as part of our Clean Extreme initiative.
Time/Place: 7am-1pm / Swick & Matich Park
Contact: http://www.lake-elsinore.org

Bike Valet Apr. 28
In honor of Earth Day, the Murrieta Community Services Dept. is offering a free bike valet service to anyone that rides their bike to the Firefighters BBQ this year.
Time/Place: 11:45am-4:45pm / Murrieta Senior Center parking lot
Contact: 951-304-7275 / http://www.murrietaca.gov

Temecula Round One

Round One Entertainment — a Japanese company that runs Dave & Buster’s entertainment centers featuring bowling, karaoke, pool tables and arcade games — is opening a new location in Temecula’s Promenade mall. The Temecula location is expected to open in the spring of 2019, the city’s release states. The 50,000 square-foot center will be located on the first floor of the Sears building, according to a city of Temecula press release.

The owner of the building, Seritage Growth Properties, plans to redevelop the first floor to accommodate Round 1, “small shop” retail stores and restaurants. A streamlined version of Sears, which announced earlier this year that it was closing 100 more stores, will continue to operate on the second floor.

Round 1, which has a few locations in Southern California, offers beer, wine and food and some locations have video games that are exclusive to the company’s centers.

“The addition of Round 1 is just another example of how the (mall) is evolving with current retail trends, providing a well-balanced mix of retailers, restaurant offerings and entertainment” said Promenade General Manager Jeff Kurtz in a statement.

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Inland Empire April 2018 Events

Habitat for Humanity San Gorgonio Pass Area Golf Tournament   Apr. 21
A fundraiser to build homes for low-income families. Entry fee includes green free, cart, range balls, goody bag, sack lunch, dinner and door prizes.
Time/Place: 10am / Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon, Beaumont
Contact: 951-769-7600 / www.habitatsgpa.org

Corona-Norco Day of the Child   Apr. 21
This FREE annual festival is designed for elementary school children and their parents. There will be a number of activities for children and information booths for parents.
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / City Park: 930 E 6th Street
Contact: www.CoronaNorcoDayoftheChild.org

Unity in the Community Race   Apr. 21
Finishers medals for everyone in both the 5k and 10k! Professional chip timing. Partnership with Cops for Kids again! We encourage everyone to bring a new unwrapped toy for their program the day of the race. Same great school incentives from last year so are sure to get your school involved to win great prizes!
Time/Place: 7:45-10am / Diamond Stadium Levee, Lake Elsinore
Contact: https://lakeelsinoreunity.wordpress.com

Perris Community Health Fair  Apr. 21
Free Health Screenings, Prizes and Giveaways, Fitness Demos, Free Entertainment, Health Food Vendors, Educational Materials. Perris Elementary School District 5K Fun Run at 7am.
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Perris City Hall Campus: 101 N. D Street
Contact: 951-943-6100 x281 / www.cityofperris.org/livewell

Lancer Golf Classic   Apr. 23
Proceeds from the tournament will aid Lancer student-athletes as they strive to succeed in the classroom and on the playing field. Please join us as we swing to make a difference in the lives of more than 400 student-athletes and help us provide them with a Christ-centered education at CBU.
Time/Place: Canyon Crest Country Club, Riverside
Contact: 951-343-4689 / www.cbulancers.com

Taste of Temecula Valley   Apr. 27-28
Friday VIP Dining & Concert experience, which features chefs and exclusive menu offerings from the area’s finest restaurants. Saturday features menu selections from the best Southern California restaurants, wineries, craft breweries, and specialty shops. Enjoy food selections while strolling among award-winning whites, reds, and rosés from area vintners or sampling a black stout, pale ale, or other specialty craft beer. Patrons can browse artisan booths, meet friends, and enjoy all-day live entertainment. Child-friendly attractions in a designated, special Fun Zone.
Time/Place: Fri 6-10pm, Sat 11am-7pm / Old Town Civic Center Plaza
Contact: www.temeculaeducationfoundation.org

Desert Edge VFW Post 233 Charity Golf Tournament   Apr. 28
Start off with coffee and pastries while you sign in. Four person scramble format. Entry fee includes one round of golf with cart, golf polo, goodie bag and lunch. Lunch, awards and raffle drawing will follow completion of play.
Time/Place: 7am / Championship Course-Morongo Golf Club, Beaumont
Contact: 951-203-2280 / www.beaumontcachamber.com

Clean Extreme 2018: The Levee   Apr. 28
Each year, hundreds of extremely dedicated volunteers, non-profits, and community organizations come together to beautify and improve areas of the City of Lake Elsinore. Join the community to pick up trash, clean up weeds, trim plants, pour concrete, paint and clean up participating areas and beautify our levee and trail.
Time/Place: 7am-2pm / The Levee (Lot B)
Contact: 951-674-3124 x314 / www.lake-elsinore.org

RHRTPL Día de los Niños   Apr. 28
Savor bilingual stories with Georgette Baker, ballet folklórico, treats & more. All ages. *Space is limited. Please arrive early to best ensure seating. We encourage carpooling. Program dates & times subject to change. Sponsored by the Friends of the Temecula Libraries.
Time/Place: 1-3pm / Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library
Contact: 951-693-8980 / https://temeculaca.gov

Menifee Better Together/Quail Valley Clean Up   Apr. 28
Every year, the City of Menifee, Quail Valley, and Sun City Communities are enhanced by the enormous volunteer efforts during the annual Menifee Better Together Event. Hundreds of volunteers come together to clean up and beautify these areas of the city.
Contact: 951-723-3880 / www.cityofmenifee.us

5K Run and Concert – BashFest   Apr. 28
Accentuating the positive through inclusion. Live performances, vendors, food truck and micro-breweries. Pet adoptions with Mary S Roberts Pet Adoption Center & City of Moreno Valley Pet Shelter. Portion of profits to benefit Lighthouse Social Services Center.
Time/Place: Lake Perris State Park
Contact: 951-413-3000 / www.moval.org

Evening Under the Oaks   Apr. 28
Silent auction and dinner to benefit support the need for improved technology, the Children’s Fund, and special needs not covered by funding.
Time/Place: 5-8pm / Oak Grove: 24275 Jefferson Ave., Murrieta
Contact: 951-677-5599 x2238 / www.oakgrovecenter.org

Run Through the Vineyard   Apr. 28
Run or Walk our Challenging 10K, 5K or 2K Course and then join us for 2 for 1 wine tasting from 9:30-11am. Raises money for the Temecula Sunrise Rotary’s Community service projects. Beautiful finisher medals will be provided for all walk/run participants. Gildan t-shirts for all. Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club’s major fundraising event for the various community service projects it provides.
Time/Place: Maurice Car’rie Vineyard: 34225 Rancho California Road, Temecula
Contact: 949-632-5667 / www.temeculasunriserotary.com

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