Watcha doin’ this weekend? Need ideas? See the list below!
**Kristi Harden Real Estate is not affiliated with these events. I am strictly passing on information to you should you be interested in the areas local activities. Events are subject to time and date change without notice. Please look into each event and it’s details prior to attending at your own discretion.**
CAT: Christian Arts & Theatre Gala Sep. 27
The Roaring 20s The members of the audience will be witnesses to a miracle: watching children, some who have absolutely no theater experience, literally blossom before our eyes into confident performers.
Time/Place: 6-10pm / Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona
Contact: 951-279-2298 / www.catcorona.com
Get Shamrocked Music Festival Sep. 27-28
A weekend of high octane Celtic Rock on the Cullen Connolly stage with the Guinness Gig Rig, food trucks and a party festival crowd that makes for two days of pure Celtic Magic!
Time/Place: 12-10:30pm / Murrieta Town Square Park
Wines for Canines & Kitties: Fur Your Eyes Only Sep. 28
Rendezvous with 300+ SPIES and FEMME FATALES for an all-inclusive night of ESPIONAGE and PHILANTHROPY at Animal Friends of the Valleys WINES FOR CANINES & KITTIES: FUR YOUR EYES ONLY fundraiser. Raise Funds for the Lost, Homeless and Abandoned Animals in our Community.
Time/Place: 6:30-10:30pm / Wilson Creek Winery, Temecula
TEDxTemecula 2019: ElevaTEDxperience Sep. 28
Presents ideas worth spreading from a carefully selected lineup of local speakers with a variety of backgrounds and passions. With a range of topics, from community and the arts to education and technology.
Time/Place: 11am-6pm / Old Town Temecula Community Theater
Contact: 866-653-8696 / www.temeculatheater.org
5K Family Fun Run-Walk & 1K Kids Run-Walk Sep. 28
Run or walk in support of the RCOE Foundation whose mission is building bridges for disadvantaged students throughout Riverside County to find opportunities for success in learning and in life. Kids Fun Zone, Music, Raffle Drawing, Snacks.
Time/Place: 8am-12pm / Riverside City College, Evans Field
Contact: 951-826-6199 / www.rcoe.us/foundation
Beaumont Community Clean Up Sep. 28
Acceptable Items: Documents for shredding, Scrap metal, Green waste, Bulky items, Bottles and cans, Electronic waste, Tires (no wheels). Unacceptable Items: Auto batteries, Paint and oil, Insecticides and toxic chemicals, Household hazardous waste, Sharps Pharmaceuticals.
Time/Place: 8am-12pm / Stewart Park
Contact: 951-769-8520 / www.beaumontca.gov
Have fun and be safe!