Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Upcoming events in November 2016

Patriot Cup Golf Tournament   Nov. 4
To benefit VFW Post 1956 of Menifee.
8:30am-2pm / Menifee Lakes Country Club: 29875 Menifee Lakes Dr.
(951) 672-1991 / www.menifeevalleychamber.com


Monte Carlo Extravaganza   Nov. 4
The Corona Chamber of Commerce proudly presents the annual Legislative Outreach Fundraiser and Salute to Active Duty. Help us protect business from bad legislation, as well as educating our legislators on best business practices.
5:30-11pm / DoubleTree by Hilton, Ontario Airport Hotel Corona Chamber of Commerce
(951) 737-3350 / www.mychamber.org


Eastvale Health Fair   Nov. 5
Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD) Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a Health Fair. Participants will receive health information, experience fitness demos, interactive games and activities, a children’s fun zone and more.
8-11am / Eleanor Roosevelt High School: 7447 Scholar Way
(951) 727-3524 / www.eastvaleca.gov


Riverside County Sheriff K9 Competitions & Demos   Nov. 5
Bring the family! No other dogs allowed on grounds.
Ingalls Park, Norco
(951) 270-5632 / www.norco.ca.us


Military Service Resource Expo   Nov. 5
5K Walk/Run, Expo and Field of Honor Opening Ceremony. We are inviting local organizations that provide resources and services to our military men, women and their families. This event will coincide with The Rotary Club’s Field of Honor opening ceremony and the 5K Run for The Gary Sinise Foundation.
9am-2pm / Veterans Memorial Park: Town Square Park, Murrieta
(714) 907-7207 / www.wcr.org


Settlement House: Empty Bowls Dinner   Nov. 5
Many raffles & silent auctions! All diners may select and take home a hand-painted or hand-crafted bowl to remind them of the hunger that exists in our Corona-Norco community – those who go to bed hungry, with an “empty bowl.”
12-5pm / Turning Point Church: 2000 Norco Drive, Norco
(951) 737-3504 / www.settlementhouse.net

Charity Classic Golf Tournament   Nov. 5
10am Shotgun Scramble! Includes On-course Food Vendors, Awards, Goody Bags, Contests! Followed by a Patriotic Party with Live Band, Photobooth, Food stations, Hosted Beer! $130 per Golfer and Includes Entrance Into Patriotic Party! Event Benefits: ALS and Operation SafeHouse.
10am-3pm / Canyon Crest Country Club, Riverside
(951) 892-7017 / www.clubcorpcharityclassic.com


Economic Outlook   Nov. 9
Join us for a panel presentation with top presenters! Listen to updates on the Cities Economic Development, Government Affairs, State of our Schools and Hospitals. $40.00 per person includes buffet breakfast. Must RSVP to attend.
7:30-9:30am / St. Martha’s Catholic Church: 37200 Whitewood Road, Murrieta
(951) 677-7916 / www.murrietachamber.org


Lake Elsinore Veterans Day Observance Ceremony   Nov. 11
Honor a brave veteran in your life by purchasing an engraved brick at the City’s monument. The City of Lake Elsinore Veterans Memorial Brick Program is a great way to honor a special veteran in your life. Each brick can include three lines of content with up to 20 characters. Brick requests may be made all year and new bricks are engraved and unveiled at the City’s Annual Veterans Day Observance Ceremony at Diamond Stadium.
8:30-9:15am / Diamond Stadium
(951) 674-3124 / www.lake-elsinore.org/VeteransMemorial


Temecula Patriotic Salute to Veterans   Nov. 11
Event includes the presentation of military banners and a selection of patriotic and Broadway musical songs performed by the 55-piece symphony led by Maestro John Mario, Musical Director and Conductor. Presented in conjunction with the Inland Valley Symphony.
6-7:30pm / Civic Center: 41000 Main St., Temecula
(951) 694-6444 / www.temeculaca.gov


Hemet Veterans Day Celebration   Nov. 11
Join the City of Hemet as we honor all that have served our wonderful Country.
10am-2pm / Gibbel Park
(951) 765-2301 / www.cityofhemet.org

Murrieta Veterans Day Parade   Nov. 11
10am / Begins on Washington/Ivy, ends at Town Square Park
(951) 461-6110 / www.murrietaca.gov


Moreno Valley Veterans Day Ceremony   Nov. 11
9:30-10:30am / Veterans Memorial Circle
(951) 413-3000 / www.ci.moreno-valley.ca.us


Barn Dance & Food Drive   Nov. 12
Please help support the Menifee Valley Community Cupboard by bringing a non-perishable food donation and/or tax deductible cash donation to the dance.
7-9pm / Bell Mountain Middle School, Menifee
(951) 805-3986 / www.mvcupboard.org


Mission Inn Run & Health Expo   Nov. 12
The courses showcased some of City of Riverside’s most beautiful scenery including Fairmount Park, Mount Rubidoux, and the National Historic Landmark the Mission Inn.
1-5pm / Historic Downtown Riverside
(951) 781-8241 / www.missioninnmuseum.org


Perris Veterans Day Parade   Nov. 12
Pre-parade entertainment begins at 9am.
10-11am / Downtown D Street Route
(951) 943-6100 / www.cityofperris.org


Shop For Your Cause   Nov. 12
Join us for a day of shopping, saving and fun! Benefits numerous local charities and organizations.
10am-4pm / Outlets At Lake Elsinore
(951) 245-0087 / www.outletsatlakeelsinore.com


Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Event   Nov. 15-19
10am-5:30pm / Moreno Valley Animal Shelter: 14041 Elsworth
(951) 413-3000 / www.ci.moreno-valley.ca.us


Stuff the Bus   Nov. 17
Target Store will host Stuff the Bus for Operation SafeHouse. Riverside Transit Agency will provide a bus to stuff with items needed for our emergency shelter. Gift Cards, Food, linens, Paper Towels, Bathroom Tissue, Kitchen Trash bags and more are needed for SafeHouse emergency shelter for kids.
4-7pm / Target: 3520 Tyler Street, Riverside
(951) 858-3701 / www.operationsafehouse.org

Festival of Trees   Nov. 22-27
Mistletoe Magic Gala: We have raised more than $8 million to fund equipment and programs that make a difference in the life of a child. Tree Extravaganza & Holiday Boutique: View 50 beautifully decorated trees that adorn the halls of the Riverside Convention Center. Hosted by Riverside University Health System (RUHS) for 27 years to raise support for important pediatric work at the RUHS Medical Center.
See website for schedule. / Riverside Convention Center
www.ruhealth.org/foundation


Christmas Tree Lighting at the Pond   Nov. 25
Enjoy a holiday treat, a visit from Santa Claus and a holiday performance by Resonate! Vocal Group while we wait for the countdown to light the tree.
5-6:30pm / Temecula Duck Pond & Veterans Memorial: 28250 Ynez Road
(951) 694-6444 / www.temeculaca.gov


Holiday Magic on Main Street   Nov. 25
Head on down to Old Town to welcome Santa for the holiday season. Santa will be in Old Town every weekend from November 25- December 18th at Pennypickle’s Workshop.
7-9pm / Old Town Temecula
(951) 694-6444 / www.temeculaca.gov


Original Christmas Tree Lane   Nov. 25-Dec. 18
Come on by and check out our beautiful holiday Christmas trees with over $1,000.00 in gifts. A $1 ticket gives you the opportunity to win!! Proceeds from this event benefit: The Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County, Student of the Month Scholarships, Boy Scouts, Wildomar Rotary Club student training program and other local youth charities.
9am-8pm / Outlets at Lake Elsinore
(951) 245-0087 / www.outletsatlakeelsinore.com


November Car Cruise   Nov. 26
Come down to Historic Main Street in Lake Elsinore to celebrate your love for Classic Cars and enjoy our beautiful Downtown full of UNIQUE merchants, GREAT food, and a RELAXING atmosphere. This is a perfect evening for the whole family.
4-8pm / Main Street, Lake Elsinore
(951) 674-3124 / www.lake-elsinore.org/carcruise


Bob’s Big Boys Merry Christmas Hot Rod Show   Nov. 27
Come and visit with Santa. We are having a super fun car show, band, and welcome charity donations for needy seniors / foster care children.
2-5pm / Bobs Big Boy: 3521 Hamner Ave., Norco
(951) 280-3388 / www.norcoareachamber.org


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