Riverside County Calendar Of Events For March 2018
Riverside County Calendar Of Events For March 2018
Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley St. Patrick’s Day Golf ClassicMar. 2 4-person scramble format, best ease-of-play in town, prizes for top scoring teams, breakfast & lunch, contests and raffle prizes. Time/Place:8am/ Temecula Creek Inn Contact:951-296-3362/www.habitativ.org/golfclassic
Temecula Rod RunMar. 2-3 FridayNight Cruise5-8pm.Get a close look at these classic vehicles and take a peek under the hoods. Time/Place:9am-4pm/ Old Town Temecula Contact:https://temeculaca.gov/991/Temecula-Rod-Run
Habitat for Humanity’s Diamond Valley Lake MarathonMar. 3 100% of the Funds from our Marathon goes to Building More Homes in our San Jacinto Valley for Low income Families at 0% interest along with our “Sweat Equity” Program. Start time of races: Marathon-8:00am, Half Marathon9:00am, 5K9:30am, 1K Kid walk / run10:15am, Senior walk10:15am. Contact:951-658-0235/www.dvlrun.com
Drive 4 Life-Teen Driver Education ProgramMar. 3 This program is designed for young drivers between the ages of 15 ½ and 19 who have a driver’s license, a learner’s permit, or are about to get one. The goal of the program is to educate our young drivers and their parents, in an effort to promote traffic safety on our roadways, and to prevent fatal traffic collisions. Time/Place:9:30am-2:30pm/ Corona Police Dept.:730 Public Safety Way Contact:951-736-2355/www.coronaca.gov
Recreation ExpoMar. 3 Time/Place:3-6pm/ Moreno Valley Conference & Recreation Center Contact:951-413-3000/www.ci.moreno-valley.ca.us
Patriots of the Past, Present and FutureMar. 9 To honor individuals and organizations for their commitment to our nation. The event is a unique opportunity to acknowledge veterans, reservists, enlisted service members, and those groups that serve them, as well as highlight legislative issues impacting men and women in uniform. Time/Place:5:30-8:30pm/ March Field Air Museum, Riverside Contact:909-919-7731/www.morrell.cssrc.us/patriots2018
Pechanga’s Chocolate DecadenceMar. 9 Enjoy an array of chocolates and pastries while sampling a variety of wines, domestic sparkling wines, champagnes, spirits and dessert wines along with live music. Time/Place:7-10pm/ Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula Contact:877-711-2946/www.pechanga.com
Pechanga’s Wine FestivalMar. 10 The most notable wineries from Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Temecula, France, Italy, Spain, Argentina, Chile, Australia, New Zealand and beyond will offer a few hundred of their finest vintages along with live music. Sample a variety of distinguished dishes from the award-winning chefs of Pechanga Resort & Casino. Time/Place:1-5pm/ Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula Contact:877-711-2946/www.pechanga.com
Run4Kids2018 Mar. 10 Welcome to 7 full hours of open running for our families, schools, and commUNITY members, PLUS vendors, entertainment, prizes, and more. All registered runners receive our NEWEST headband design and colorful dog tag finisher's medallion. All miles count toward your 100 Mile Club® goal! All proceeds will support the 100 Mile Club and our local schools! 501C Non-Profit Organization. Time/Place:9am-4pm/ Auburndale Intermediate School, Corona Contact:951-340-2290/www.100mileclub.com
Spring Fling: Fashion Show and LuncheonMar. 10 Presented by The Soroptimist International of Moreno Valley. Raffle opportunities including door prizes and fabulous baskets filled with valuable items. Proceeds from this major fundraising event will be used to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to their social and economic empowerment. Time/Place:1-3pm/ Moreno Valley Senior Center Contact:www.simorenovalley.org
Crystal Roses Laughter is the Best Medicine Comedy ShowMar. 10 A family comedy show fundraiser. Featuring Nazareth and Guest. Raffle prizes. Crystal Roses, Inc. is a non-profit that supports women and children facing life-threatening medical conditions. Time/Place:6:15-9:30pm/ New Beginnings Community Church, Norco Contact:951-205-8671/www.crystalroseshelps.com
Solar Discovery DayMar. 10 Join Baker Electric Solar for the first Murrieta Solar Discovery Day and receive an Amazon Echo when you go Solar with Baker Electric Solar! Meet experts from leading solar brands like LG, Quick Mount PV and SolarEdge. Catered dishes and beverages, kid-happy entertainment, and educational seminars. Time/Place:11am-4pm/ Baker Electric Solar, Murrieta Contact:760-546-6058/www.bakerelectricsolar.com/riversidesdd
Legacy Luncheon and AwardsMar. 11 Congregation Beth Shalom will hold the 12th Annual Legacy Awards to honor accomplishments. The Legacy Award: This honor is awarded to individuals involved in our synagogue who exemplify the traditions of Jewish life and act as role models. Time/Place:11am-2pm/ Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona Contact:909-228-5945/www.cbsofcorona.org
Jazz FestivalMar. 11 Enjoy music from the Elvio Ditta Trio in the Courtyard at12:30pm.There will also be food, art, jewelry, and much more available. Sensational artists and fine musicians from the Desert, Inland Empire, and Los Angeles areas. Time/Place:2-4pm/ Old Town Temecula Community Theater Contact:866-653-8696/www.temeculatheater.org
Santa Rosa Academy Annual GalaMar. 16 Santa Rosa Academy, public K-12 charter school is having their Annual Golf Classic Tournament Gala & Auction Fundraiser Event. Will benefit a school that provides both homeschool and full time programs. Golf Classic Tournament starts early, or join us in the evening for dinner, dancing, entertainment, raffle gift baskets, casino game and silent and live auction. Time/Place:Temecula Creek Inn Contact:www.sra.mn/gala
St. Patrick’s DanceMar. 16 Join us as we celebrate with a “wee” bit o’ fun at our annual St. Patrick’s Day events. Ages 5-12. $2. Time/Place:4-6pm/ Bryant Park, Riverside Contact:www.rivreg.org
St. Patrick’s PartyMar. 16 Join us as we celebrate with a “wee” bit o’ fun at our annual St. Patrick’s Day events. Ages 5-12. $2. Time/Place:4-6pm/ Nichols Park, Riverside Contact:www.rivreg.org
Inspire Bingo Night FundraiserMar. 17 Inspire Life Skills Training is a local non-profit that works with aged out foster and homeless youth. Inspire provides housing, mentoring, life skills classes, and other resources to the youth in our program. Tickets are $35 proceeds go to help the foster and homeless youth in the program. Time/Place:7-9pm/ Circle City Center, Corona Contact:www.inspirelifeskills.org
St. Patrick’s Day 15K & 5K Rose Again FoundationMar. 17 Proceeds benefit local foster kids and emancipated youth! Time/Place:8am/ Cougar Winery, Temecula Contact:http://haku.ly/84eff3
Lake Elsinore Free City Wide Clean-UpMar. 17 The City of Lake Elsinore and CR&R Incorporated are sponsoring a Clean-Up. See website for list of acceptable and unacceptable items. Time/Place:6:30am-12:30pm/ Diamond Stadium Parking Lot C Contact:800-755-8112/www.lake-elsinore.org
Amazing Outlets RaceMar. 17 Embark on a scavenger hunt to solve puzzles and cryptic clues while running through obstacle courses for a chance to win the grand POT OF GOLD. Accept this challenge to figure out who is the fastest and most clever team in Lake Elsinore. It's FREE to enter, there will be lit prizes, and an awesome live DJ that you don’t want to miss! Time/Place:2-5pm/ Outlets at Lake Elsinore Contact:www.lake-elsinore.org
Calimesa Community Clean-UpMar. 18 You can set out furniture and appliances not normally picked up with your service, FREE of charge. Place your items curbside next to your normal trash or recycle carts on your service day by6amCR&R will send out additional trucks and personnel to pick up the bulky items. Items that are not properly set out WILL NOT be picked up. Contact:800-755-8112/www.crrwasteservices.com
RCOE Foundation Golf TournamentMar. 19 Riverside County Office of Education Foundation would like you to Save the Date for their Golf Tournament! Includes Banquet and Awards Presentation. Time/Place:8am/ Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon, Beaumont Contact:951-826-6345/www.rcoe.us/foundation
Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC FORE the Animals Golf TournamentMar. 23 Enjoy the beautiful TCI golf course while supporting your Animal Friends of the Valleys. All fees are tax deductible and go directly to your local shelter to help the animals. Time/Place:12:30-6:30pm/ Temecula Creek Inn Contact:951-805-6239/www.animalfriendsofthevalleys.com
Temecula Valley Bluegrass FestivalMar. 23-25 A three day charity Bluegrass Festival supporting music education! RV and Tent camping, Food, Wine tasting, Family Friendly, Horses, Animal Rescue, Top Bluegrass bands, workshops, and jams! Time/Place:11am-9pm/ Tucalota Creek Ranch:39560 E Benton Rd. Contact:442-444-0068/www.temeculabluegrass.com
Corona Life Services 20th Anniversary GalaMar. 24 Keynote Speaker: Brad Dacus Founder of the Pacific Justice Institute where he defends religious liberties and parental rights through the courts. Your Table Sponsorship will help us to reach more women in 2018 with a message of LIFE, providing us the opportunity to provide help, hope and resources to women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Time/Place:5-9:30pm/ Doubletree Hotel Ontario Airport Contact:951-272-3670/www.coronalifebanquet.org
Perris Breakfast with Bunny & Community Easter Egg HuntMar. 24 Children 12 and under are welcome to gather plenty of candy and prize-filled Easter eggs. Photo with the Easter bunny. Delicious breakfast for Purchase. Time/Place:9-11:30am/ Civic Center Lawn: 101 N. D Street Contact:951-943-6603/www.cityofperris.org
Charity Texas Hold ‘em TournamentMar. 24 Presented by the Corona Host Lions Club. The proceeds of this tournament will be used to support several worthwhile organizations in the Corona-Norco area with an emphasis on vision care for children and adults. Time/Place:6-9pm/ Corona Public Library:650 S. Main St. Contact:951-751-3133/www.mychamber.org
Spring Teen NightMar. 30 Teens will enjoy local DJ’s, glow-in-the-dark egg hunt, inflatable games, raffle prizes, food vendors and more. Time/Place:6-9pm/ Ryan Bonaminio Park at the Tequesquite Arroyo Contact:951-826-2000/www.rivreg.org
Moreno Valley Springtastic Festival & Egg HuntMar. 31 Time/Place:7:30am-12pm/ Sunnymead Park:12655 Perris Blvd. Contact:951-413-3000/www.ci.moreno-valley.ca.us
Riverside Spring EggstravaganzaMar. 31 Gather the family and enjoy a colorful array of delightful activities. Free activities, age divided and special needs egg hunts, bounce houses, photos with Peter Rabbit, Spring crafts, entertainment, Fun Zone, face painting, train rides, and food vendors! Egg hunts for youth ages 3-12 years of age. Time/Place:10am-1pm/ Ryan Bonaminio Park at the Tequesquite Arroyo Contact:951-826-2000/www.rivreg.org
Lake Elsinore EggapaloozaMar. 31 Bring your kids out to enjoy live entertainment, jumpers, food vendors, activity booths and over 8,000 prize-filled eggs. Time/Place:1-4pm/ McVicker Canyon Park:29355 Grand Avenue Contact:951-674-3124 x292/www.lake-elsinore.org
Temecula Easter Egg HuntMar. 31 Enjoy the music, have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny and be ready to hunt at10amSHARP! Egg hunt is for children ages 0-12 years. Time/Place:9-10:30am/ Temeku Hills Park, Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park, Deer Hollow Way Harveston Community Park Contact:951-694-6444/https://temeculaca.gov
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