Front & Main Dance Festival Temecula May 30-June 4
High-caliber companies, teachers, dancers, and filmmakers in a celebration of all things dance. Master classes, workshops, discussions, film screenings, and live performances inspire us to soar, whether you are a dancer or a dance-lover.
Time/Place: Old Town Temecula Community Theater
Contact: 866-653-8696 / http://www.temeculatheater.org
Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival June 2-4
Offers top-name entertainment, hot air balloon flights, wine tasting, kids faire, arts & crafts, commercial exhibits and lots of food. Hot air balloon lifts begin at sunrise and rise into the sapphire skies above Lake Skinner. Wine tasting features different premium wines from numerous Temecula Valley wineries as well as others from Southern California.
Time/Place: Lake Skinner Recreation Area, Winchester
Contact: 951-676-6713 / http://www.tvbwf.com
National Trails Day June 3
Join us as we recognize America’s magnificent trail system and celebrate the importance of trails in Temecula. Bring your family and friends and your bike or walking shoes as staff lead you on a summer morning hike. Kick off summer with a day on the trails.
Time/Place: 9am / Temecula Community Center
Contact: 951-694-6444 / http://www.temeculaca.gov
Riverside Juneteenth Celebration June 3
This Free family festival will feature live entertainment, health, community and historical information, along with great food and merchandise vendors.
Time/Place: 12-6pm / Bordwell Park/Stratton Center
Contact: 888-752-1617 / http://www.JuneteenthSoCal.org
Just 4 Kids Fishing Derby June 3
Join us during our annual fishing event where kids ages 15 years and younger fish for prizes and get hands on instruction from local anglers.
Time/Place: 7:30-10:30am / La Laguna Resort & Boat Launch, Lake Elsinore
Contact: 951-471-1212 / http://www.lake-elsinore.org
Path of Life “Pub & Grub Challenge” June 3
This year, Riverside’s finest men will display their culinary and brewing skills at the Pub and Grub Challenge featuring “Men Who Cook”. We anticipate 25 plus cooks and 10 brewers to tantalize over 500 guests with mouth-watering dishes and brews, all competing for title of Best Dish and Best Brew. Silent and live auctions as well as music, dancing and fun!
Time/Place: 4:30-8pm / Riverside Medical Clinic
Contact: 951-786-9048 / http://www.thepathoflife.com
Studio 395 Presents: Art on Main June 8
Local art, local music and local art classes 2nd Thursday of every month.
Time/Place: 6-9pm / Downtown Historical Main Street, Lake Elsinore
Contact: 951-674-3124 / http://www.lake-elsinore.org
“Putting Fore Crystal Roses” Golf Tournament June 9
4th Annual Four-Person Scramble. Raffle prizes! Crystal Roses, Inc. is a non-profit that supports women facing life-threatening medical conditions. We offer Comfort Totes to help make treatment and recovery time as comfortable as possible.
Time/Place: 6:45am-2pm / Hidden Valley Golf Club, Norco
Contact: 951-823-7811 / http://www.crystalroseshelps.com
Temecula Art & Street Painting Festival June 9-11
A juried art show featuring fine artists, ceramicists, jewelry designers, and photographers showing and selling their work in festival tents lining Town Square Park, Main Street and the Civic Center quad. Stroll through the artists’ booths and watch Main Street chalk art come to life at this annual event. Live art demonstrations, kids’ activities and music will entertain visitors throughout the weekend.
Time/Place: 5-8pm / Old Town Temecula
Contact: 951-694-6480 / http://www.temeculaca.gov
Pechanga Microbrew and Craft Beer Festival June 10
Come experience tastes from award-winning micro & craft breweries, plus Pechanga Chef’s Chili Cook-Off, and live music. Proceeds from the Silent Auction will go to support the event sponsor, Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley.
Time/Place: 1-5pm / Pechanga Resort Casino, Temecula
Contact: 877-711-2946 / http://www.pechanga.com
Rods & Rails June 10
Event activities include a classic car and motorcycle show, vendor/exhibitors and children’s activities.
Time/Place: 9am-5pm / Orange Empire Rail Museum, Perris
Contact: 951-943-6100 / http://www.cityofperris.org
ACS Relay for Life June 10
24 Hr fundraising event by the American Cancer Society.
Time/Place: 9am-9am / California School for the Deaf, Riverside
Contact: 951-775-7957 / http://www.relayforlife.org/riversideca
Wood Streets Neighbor Fest! June 10
An event that connects people within the neighborhood to create a neighbor-led strategy. Wood Streets residents are invited to celebrate their neighborhood and will learn how to utilize Asset-Based Community Development principles to create positive change in the community.
Time/Place: 9am-2pm / Wood Streets, Riverside
Contact: 951-826-5168 / http://www.riversideca.gov/yourneighborhood
Golf Tournament: Jurupa Valley Station Volunteers June 10
Four ball select shot tournament. $95 includes green fees, cart, door prizes, souvenir photos, lunch, golf prize awards and raffle prize opportunities. Proceeds benefit Riverside County Sheriff Department’s Jurupa Valley Station Volunteer Program.
Time/Place: 7:30am / Indian Hills Golf Club, Jurupa Valley
Contact: 951-712-0851 / http://www.jurupavalley.org
Santa Ana River Trail Bike Ride & Festival June 11
A free event promoting a healthy and active lifestyle! This event is great for all ages and offers two courses, health and safety fair, activities, entertainment, food vendors and more!
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / Ryan Bonaminio Park, Riverside
Contact: 800-234-7275 / http://www.SARTbikefestival.org
EQUU8 Spring Golf Tournament June 11
Take a swing around the green for 18 holes of golf at this pristine Southern California course in beautiful Temecula Valley. Followed by lunch under the club’s beautiful banquet tent. EQUU8 is dedicated to enriching the lives of horses and humans by providing equal opportunities through meaningful equine-assisted activities and horsemanship.
Time/Place: 7:30am-4:30pm / Cross Creek Golf Club, Temecula
Contact: 540-336-0692 / http://www.equu8.org
Flag Day Celebration: Rally ‘round the Flag June 14
Time/Place: 6-7pm / March Field Air Museum, Moreno Valley
Contact: 951-687-4404 / http://www.movalchamber.org
City of Corona State Of The City June 14
Honorable Mayor Dick Haley’s presentation ‘Corona: A Grand Partnership’ will bring together the community and celebrate accomplishments, review the City’s current standing, and preview the year ahead.
Time/Place: 6-8pm / Council Chambers – Corona City Hall
Contact: 951-737-3350 / http://www.discovercorona.com
Menifee People’s State of the City June 15
VIP Breakfast $45.00.
Time/Place: 8-10am / Menifee Lakes Country Club
Contact: 951-672-1991 / http://www.menifeevalleychamber.com
Wine Country Classic Golf Tournament June 16
The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce’s premier tournament combines business networking with a healthy dose of competition.
Time/Place: Temecula Creek Inn
Pool Party & Horseshoe Tournament June 17
The Lake Elsinore Casino presents The Inaugural Pool Party and Horseshoe Tournament. This event is available for all ages and will feature vendors, food, giveaways, tailgate party games and live music.
Time/Place: 9am / Lake Elsinore Casino
Contact: 951-674-3101 / http://www.lercasino.com
Father’s Day Golf Tournament June 17
Time/Place: 12pm / Cottonwood Golf Course, Moreno Valley
951-413-3430 / http://www.ci.moreno-valley.ca.us
Ruby Jubilee Business Awards & Installation Dinner June 23
Black Tie Affair.
Time/Place: 6-11pm / Diamond Club at Storm Stadium, Lake Elsinore
Contact: 951-672-1991 / http://www.MenifeeValleyChamber.com
Eastvale Picnic in the Park June 23-25
The band Queen Nation (Queen Tribute) will play on Friday. Fireworks show on Saturday. Salsa contest on Sunday. All three days will include carnival rides, picnic games, contests and food vendors. There will be a beer garden for those over 21 years of age.
Time/Place: Fri 5-11pm, Sat 2-11pm, Sun 3-10pm / Eastvale Community Park
Contact: 951-685-7434 / http://www.jcsd.us
Taste of the Valley June 24
This event introduces the community to the various and eclectic tastes that Moreno Valley and surrounding area restaurants have to offer.
Time/Place: 5-8pm / Moreno Valley Conference & Recreation Center
Contact: 951-697-4404 / http://www.movalchamber.org
Riverside Concert Band’s 140th Birthday June 24
Listen to great music performed by the Riverside Concert Band and Riverside Swing Band. Bring a picnic and enjoy the other activities! Fun for all ages! Sponsored by the City of Riverside.”
Time/Place: 4-8pm / Villegas Park: 3091 Esperanza St.
Hemet/San Jacinto Chamber Awards Gala June 30
Dinner, Entertainment, Awards Presentation, Board Member Installation, Champagne Reception.
Time/Place: 5:30-10pm / The Lodge at Four Seasons, Hemet
Contact: 951-658-3211 / http://www.hsjvc.com
Tag Archives: Wine Country
Front & Main Dance Festival Temecula May 30-June 4
PELTZER FARMERS MARKETHome of the famous Temecula Wine Country Pumpkin Patch is now going to be open Saturday mornings to host a community farmers market for all your fresh fruit and vegetable needs.
See you all there at 39925 Calle Contento, Temecula, CA 92592For more about Living in Temecula or Real Estate in The Temecula Valley please feel free to drop us a line at 951-522-0518 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FALL IS HERE!
PELTZER FARMS IS NOW OPEN THROUGH OCTOBER 31ST
Lots and Lots of Picture Opportunities!
Head out to Wine Country on Rancho California Road (away from the freeway)…Left on Calle Contento…the farm will be on your left shortly…You can’t miss it.
Solve the Corn Maze (FREE)!
Check out the Gardens!
Root for Your Favorite Pig @ the Pig Races (FREE)
Pan for Gold!
Fun Petting Zoo with a variety of Cute Animals
Make your Kids Pose a lot….
Buy Your Pumpkins and Support our Local Farmer!
What a gorgeous setting! Come check it out! Click on the Peltzer Farms Link to verify dates and times you are planning to go.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TEMECULA’S WINE COUNTRY give us a call at 951-522-0518 for April or 951-522-6308 for Gary. We can also be reached by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The GlenOak Hills Community is a favorite of mine. We have lived in this community on 2 different occasions, spanning about 6 years. Located in Temecula’s Wine country, it’s a rural community with 2.5 Acre minimum lots, varied terrain and lots and lots of opportunities for views overlooking Temecula.
Housing is varied and offers something for everyone. There are modest homes starting at 1800 SqFt up to 10,000+ SqFt estates with all the bells and whistles. All the homes are custom design and stick built. All the roads are paved. There is propane, city water and septic.
The community has an active homeowner’s association and is managed by the Avalon Management Group. The association dues are currently $ 127/per quarter and include 2 tennis courts, playground, clubhouse and riding arena.
Visit the Community Website at
for Architectural Guidelines and CC & R’s.
BUILDYOUR DREAM HOME?
There are still lots available for building your dream home (current building requirements in the community include a minimum of 2500SqFt and 2 Car Garage). You can contact us for a list at email@example.com.
For more information about homes available in the GlenOak Hills Community please give us a call at 951-522-6308 Gary or 951-522-1508 April
2013 Marks the 30th Annual Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival.
WHERE: Lake Skinner
WHEN: Friday, Saturday, Sunday May 31-June 2nd, 2013
Come out and enjoy great concerts and great wine. Tickets are on sale now at a $2.00 discount at Vons and CVS Pharmacies with their club cards.
For more detailed information check out the official website HERE
Loving Life in the Temecula Valley!
IS IT TIME TO SELL?
The real estate market in the Temecula Valley is showing more than just signs of recovery. More and more equity sellers are putting their homes on the market and selling their homes in a short period of time and at a higher price than we have seen in years. Foreclosure sales are still relevent but not in the record numbers that the media has given hype over. Short sale listings are scarce. Mortgage rates are ridiculously low. Buyers are everywhere and Realtors (including ourselves) are pounding the pavement looking for something to sell them!
Is it time for you to sell?
We can provide a professional opinion on potential value for your home to help you make that decision. We can be reached at 951-522-0518 April or 951-522-6308 Gary. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The graph below is a snapshot of California in general. Keep in mind that some parts of California (Temecula included) tend to outpace others.