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Riverside: Peter Rabbit is Hopping to Ryan Bonaminio Park for the “Spring Easter Eggstravaganza” Saturday, April 13

Gather the family and enjoy a colorful array of delightful activities! Peter Rabbit is hopping to Ryan Bonaminio Park for the “Spring Easter Eggstravaganza” on Saturday, April 13th . The activities include age-divided egg hunts, photos with Peter Rabbit and entertainment. The youth fun zone activities include crafts, game booths, bounce houses, laser tag and […]Read More »

SoCal: Ise Lyfe's “smallasaGIANT” Exibit on Juvenile Incarceration is Coming to Cal State San Bernardino in April

The Exhibit will be on View at the CSUSB Anthropology Museum from April 15 until June 15 “smallasaGIANT,” a traveling art exhibition that focuses on issues related to juvenile incarceration, will make a stop for about two months at Cal State San Bernardino’s Anthropology Museum, marking its debut. The museum, housed on the third floor […]Read More »

Temecula: "Kool Kats" are Coming to the Temecula Valley Museum...The Art of Don Roth

The Temecula Valley Museum will be exhibiting One Kool Kat: The Art of Don Roth from Friday, April 19, 2019 through Sunday, May 12, 2019. This exhibition was newly created by the Temecula Valley Museum in keeping with the museum’s direction to offer interesting cultural exhibits and to highlight the talent of noteworthy artists residing […]Read More »

Temecula: The City to Host Three Easter Egg Hunts at Local Parks on Saturday, April 20

All Three Easter Egg Hunts start at 10 am Sharp The City of Temecula is eggstatic to bring you the annual Easter Egg Hunts on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 10:00 am sharp. This event is for all children from 0 to 12 years of age and every park location includes a special needs area. […]Read More »

Lake Elsinore: The City Issues New Rules to Visitors of "Super Bloom 2019" to Help Ease Congestion

SWWD_IESN_1200x300.jpgVisitors are Asked to Keep the Area Clean and Beautiful Statement: The 2019 Super Bloom in Walker Canyon is a natural phenomenon drawing visitors from all over the world demonstrating the extreme beauty of Lake Elsinore. We would like to thank residents and visitors for their patience as we faced substantial challenges related to this […]Read More »

SoCal: The 3rd Annual Special Olympics are coming to Murrieta Mesa High School Tomorrow

As Many as 650 Students from the Murrieta Area are Expected to Compete Tomorrow, Friday March 22 The Special Olympics are coming to Murrieta Mesa tomorrow Friday March 22nd. Opening ceremonies are set for 10am-10:30 with a Parade of Athletes, Athletes taking their Athletic Oath and the Lighting of the Cauldron. The Murrieta Police Department […]Read More »

Scam Alert: Beware of “Virtual Kidnapping” Scams

Recently in Southern California, scammers have attempted to get money from potential victims by conducting a “virtual kidnapping” scam. This type of scam is based on speed and fear, and one that’s been actually going on for years but continues to claim victims. The scammer will obtain personal information on the potential victim and call […]Read More »

SoCal: Superbloom? If you say so...

Superbloom is a Term Concocted by the Media, but this year’s Wildflowers are still Spectacular…Especially for the Creatures that Depend on them By Holly Ober Southern California is having a great wildflower year but is it really a “Superbloom”? “The term ‘superbloom’ is a media construct with no botanical or ecological origin,” said Cameron Barrows, an […]Read More »

SoCal: Cal State San Bernardino's Second Annual “5Kid’s Run” is Saturday, April 6

The Event Benefits the Infant and Toddler Lab School at the University By Olabode Lawal Cal State San Bernardino will host its second annual 5Kid’s Run on Saturday, April 6, to benefit the university’s Infant and Toddler Lab School. The event aims to raise awareness about early childhood education and the importance of the first […]Read More »

Temecula: The California Highway Patrol's "Start Smart" Class for Teen Drivers & Parents is Thursday, March 28

A teenager is killed in a traffic collision every four hours nationwide. That equates to more than 1,870 teenagers killed each year. Another 184,000 teenagers are injured in traffic collisions. These deaths and injuries can be substantially reduced or prevented by eliminating high-risk driving behaviors through education. The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) “Start Smart” program […]Read More »

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