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
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
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
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
Come visit the Temecula Rod Run for our famous “Friday Night Cruise” and see hundreds of classic vehicles from all over the country cruise Old Town Front Street. The City of Temecula locks down Old Town from Arch to Arch to allow these classic beauties to run wild. Come watch while these classic vehicles roam around, rev up their engines and honk their horns!
This show attracts thousands of automotive enthusiasts and spectators year in and year out. Over 600 cars, including classics, special interest vehicles, hot rods and custom cars will be on display. The Cruising starts at 5:00pm and goes on till 8:00pm, so come to Old Town Temecula and see some of the West Coast’s finest street rods cruising Old Town. The event is FREE to the public, music and entertainment are always a big hit, as well as great food, community vendors and much more.
This is the day where you can get a close look at these classic vehicles and take a peek under the hoods. The City of Temecula locks down Old Town from Arch to Arch from 9:00am till 4:00pm and during this time, these classic beauties are parked waiting for you to get an up-close and personal look at them.
The vehicles are freshly detailed and polished to “Show and Shine”… they are just waiting around calling out to you to come see some of the finest street rods on the West Coast. As always, the event is FREE to the public. Be sure to bring all of your friends and family for a great time to remember. Do not miss the family fun!
*Due to the amount of people in attendance, dogs are discouraged from attending event. If necessary, dogs must be on leash at all times.
*Scooters and Skateboards are discouraged. For more information visit Temecula Rod Run
This is located between Kohls and Walmart on Temecula Parkway in South Temecula.This work has been underway for sometime. It’s looking good! And I am looking forward to visiting the Farmers Market on Tuesdays.
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Menifee Independence Day Celebration July 2
Family Games, Craft Vendors, Live Music Bands, Expanded Kids’ Zone; 131 ft. inflatable obstacle course, bubble bowling, and jumpers for kids. Parade starts at 5pm. Free fireworks show at the end of the night.
4-9:30pm / Wheatfield Park: Menifee Rd & La Piedra Rd.
(951) 672-6777 / www.cityofmenifee.us
July 4th Fireworks Spectacular Over the Lake July 4
Free Public viewing locations include Lakepoint Park, Elm Grove Beach, Davis Fishing Beach, Whiskers Fishing Beach and a portion of levee system. Paid viewing locations include all the commercial campgrounds.
9pm / Lake Elsinore
(951) 245-8848 / www.lakeelsinorechamber.com
Temecula Family First Independence Day Parade July 4
The spirited, morning tradition includes patriotic equestrians, marchers, and floats traveling Old Town Front Street.
10-12pm / Old Town Temecula
(951) 694-6480 / temeculaevents.org
Temecula 4th of July Family Fun & Fireworks July 4
Festivities start at 2pm. Fireworks start at 9pm sharp. Music broadcasted on KATY 101.3 Food Vendors and Kids Fun Zone. Entertainment from 2pm-9pm on the main stage. CRC Pool is open from 11am-3pm.
2-9pm / Ronald Reagan Sports Park: 30875 Rancho Vista Rd.
(951) 694-6480 / temeculaevents.org
Perris 4th of July Celebration July 4
Residents of the City of Perris will be admitted free to Perris Auto Speedway when the popular Riverside County racing facility celebrates Independence Day this Monday, July 4, with a night of sprint car racing and the biggest and best Fireworks show in Riverside County.
3-10pm / Perris Auto Speedway
(951) 943-6100 / www.cityofperris.org/july4
San Jacinto Independence Day Hometown Parade July 4
9am / San Jacinto Avenue
(818) 231-0932 / www.san-jacinto.ca.us
Canyon Lake July 4th Fireworks Show July 4
Following tradition, the Association is planning another spectacular fireworks show for July 4.
(951) 244-6841 / www.canyonlakepoa.com
Wildomar City Birthday Celebration July 9
5-10pm / Marna O’Brien Park: 20505 Palomar Street
(951) 677-7751 / http://www.cityofwildomar.org
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Activities include: Pony Rides, pig races, corn maze, gem panning, petting farm and lots and lots of pumpkins and photo opportunities.
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The corn maze is a free activity and super tall this year!
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