Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Riverside County Calendar of Events - March 2020

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Chief Breakfast   Mar. 4
Riverside Police Foundation Chiefs Breakfast. This annual fundraiser promotes and highlights the many youth programs sponsored by the Riverside Police Foundation. 
Time/Place: 6:45am / Riverside Convention Center 
Contact: 951-826-5235 / www.riversideca.gov

Eastside Glow Up   Mar. 7
A complete cultural experience unifying the Eastside neighborhood through creative and inclusive activities and entertainment. In 2019, more than 500 participants came together to celebrate and promote the Eastside communitys accomplishments over the last six years! 
Time/Place: 4:30pm / Patterson Park: 1846 West Linden St., Riverside 
Contact: 951-788-3471 / www.rchf.org/GlowUp

5K Race Across the Base   Mar. 7
This event includes 5K Run, 1K Kids Fun Run, fitness and resource fair, medals, t-shirts, food vendors and prizes! All ages welcome. 
Time/Place: 6:30am / March Field Park, Moreno Valley 
Contact: 951-413-3280 / www.registermoval.org

FireStorm Casino Night   Mar. 7
Fundraiser benefitting the Riverside County Professional Firefighter Benevolent Fund. Poker, Blackjack and Craps. 
Time/Place: 4-9pm / Storm Stadium Diamond Club, Lake Elsinore  
Contact: 951-296-9090 / www.rcpfbf.com


Coronas Drive 4 Life   Mar. 7
The Drive 4 Life program was designed by the Corona Police Departments Traffic Collision Response Team to educate young drivers on the causes and prevention of traffic collisions. 
Time/Place: 9:30am-2:30pm / Corona Police Dept: 730 Public Safety Way 
Contact: 951-736-2355 / www.coronaca.gov

Tour de Murrieta   Mar. 7-8
An event recognized as one of Californias most prestigious race weekends will feature the most competitive race teams in California! Dont miss the Kids Race on Saturdayat 12pm. This event steals the show; its free however kids are asked to bring a canned food item to benefit a local food pantry. Saturdays Grand Prix course remain unchanged, which is the one-mile lightning fast course through historic downtown Murrieta. 
Time/Place: Downtown Murrieta  

Jazz Festival   Mar. 8
Enjoy music in the Theaters beautiful Courtyard with the Andy Fraga Trio. The festival continues on Temeculas Stage for an afternoon concert featuring Yve Evans, Keith Droste, Jonathan Karrant, and Doug McDonald. Father and son team, Colin and Joel Wenhardt are back this year. Festival favorites include Don Rice and David Hitchings, along with a host of Jazz greats. 
Time/Place: 2-4:30pm / Temecula Theater 
Contact: 866-653-8696 / https://tickets.temeculatheater.org

Second Saturday A Celebration of Culture - India   Mar. 14
Celebrate the history and heritage of the various and diverse cultures making Temecula home. This monthly event includes free refreshments, craft activities, and live entertainment celebrating world culture. 
Time/Place: 11am-1pm / Temecula Valley Museum 
Contact: 951-694-6450 / https://temeculaca.gov

Kiwanis Club of Beaumont Pancake Breakfast   Mar. 14
$6. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, orange juice and coffee. 
Time/Place: 6:30-11am / Beaumont City Hall 
Contact: 951-845-9541 / www.beaumontcachamber.com

Inspire Life Skills Bingo Night   Mar. 14
Test your luck of the Irish at Inspires Annual Bingo Fundraiser. Tickets are $40.00 and include 8 game cards, refreshments, and a free raffle ticket. VIP tables are $480.00 and seat 8 people. Additional game cards, beer, and raffle tickets will be available for sale. Inspires goal is to create a safety net for emancipated foster youth while they transition into young adults and to help them break the cycle of abuse and poverty of their past. 
Time/Place: 7-11pm / Circle City Center, Corona 
Contact: 951-314-2238 / www.inspirelifeskills.org

Run4Kids  A Day to Run, A Day of Fun for All   Mar. 14-15
Bring your friends and family, set up camp, and enjoy a day of fun! School booths are welcome; award given to top school! Walk or run with us for this fun, fast, friendly 5K! Participants will receive our Run4Kids 2020 shirt, headband, race bib, and finisher medal. Awards given to top runners before the Fun Run, for 12 & under, 13 & over. 
Time/Place: 9am-12:30pm / Auburndale Intermediate School, Corona 
Contact: 951-340-2290 / www.100mileclub.com

St. Paddys Day 5K Hilltop Challenge   Mar. 15
A super-fun 5K trail run/walk with spectacular 360 views of Temecula Valley! Entry includes a lucky finishers medal, shirt or tank, tasty green beverage, and after-party shenanigans! 
Time/Place: 7am / Heritage Hill, Murrieta  

B-Street Station Park Groundbreaking   Mar. 18
The park will include two pickleball courts, a series of outdoor strength-training equipment, outdoor ping pong tables, picnic tables, a picnic shelter, and landscaping. As the park was built partially with block grant funds, priority time will be set aside for adults and seniors 50 years and older Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm and then to the general public after those times and on weekends. 
Time/Place: 11am-12pm / B Street and Adams Avenue, Murrieta 
Contact: 951-304-2489 / www.murrietaca.gov

Lost in the Sauce Charity BBQ Competition   Mar. 21
The Riverside Municipal Airport and Riverside Police Officers Association joined forces to create an event that will be fun for the entire community and serve a real purpose in supporting Inland Empire veterans groups. Thus, Lost In The Sauce Charity BBQ Competition was born. The inaugural 2020 event will include a wide variety of aviation displays, law enforcement exhibits, vendor fair, live entertainment and above all a fierce BBQ competition between local law enforcement agencies. 
Time/Place: 11am / Riverside Municipal Airport 
Contact: 951-351-6113 / www.lostinthesauce.net

Lake Norconian 5K Run/Walk   Mar. 21
The event starts and ends at the Norco College parking lot, 2001 Third Street and travels around the historic Lake Norconian. 
Time/Place: 8-11:30am / Norco College: 2001 Third Street 
Contact: 951-488-6425 / www.norcokiwanis.org

Military Gala Fundraiser   Mar. 21
Hosted by The Womans Improvement Club of Corona. Join an evening of delicious appetizers, entertainment, desserts, dancing and raffle prizes while supporting Veterans and Families. Tickets are $55.00 per person.  
Time/Place: 5-9pm / Trilogy of Glen Ivy, Corona 
Contact: 909-973-0936 / www.coronawomansclub.org

CNUSD Festival of the Arts   Mar. 21
Join the Corona-Norco Unified School District at their Festival of Arts. This event will feature an arts & crafts fair, interactive booths, live performances, music, food, and much more!
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Heritage Park, Corona 
Contact: www.cnusd.k12.ca.us

Amazing Outlet Race   Mar. 21
Will include a live DJ, inflatable obstacle courses, challenges, pot of gold, and raffle prizes! Build a team of family and friends that have the skills to solve clues and see how you measure up to other teams. Does your team have what it takes to win a pot of gold? 
Time/Place: 2-4pm / Outlets at Lake Elsinore 
Contact: 951-674-3124 x292 / www.lake-elsinore.org

MEG Acoustic Music Festival   Mar. 20-22 
A family friendly day of acoustic forward music of all styles overlooking the entire valley from atop Heritage Hill Venues. This is another MEG 501(c)(3) nonprofit to raise funds for local school music programs.  The organizers of the Temecula Bluegrass Festival have combined the bluegrass fest with acoustic music of styles including folk, blues, singer/songwriter, Americana, jazz, rock, and of course bluegrass. MEG has donated thousands to local high school music programs and this year will include The Murrieta Firefighters Benevolent Fund. 
Time/Place: March 20-22 / 27801 Los Alamos Heights Rd., Murrieta 
Contact: http://MEGAcoustic.com

Walk with the Animals   Mar. 28
Join our community of animal lovers in raising funds for the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center. This family-friendly event helps provide food, shelter and veterinary care to the thousands of animals who come through the Pet Adoption Centers doors every year. All registrants receive an official Walk participant bib, commemorative t-shirt, bandanna for your dog and pancake breakfast. 
Time/Place: 9am / Fairmount Park, Riverside 
Contact: 951-688-4340 / https://petsadoption.org

Multicultural Festival   Mar. 28
There will be music, live performances, crafts, traditional treats and so much more! 
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Central Park, Menifee 
Contact: 951-723-3880 / www.cityofmenifee.us

Eastvale Blood Drive   Mar. 30
Walk-ins are welcome and identification is required for all donors. 
Time/Place: 2-8pm / Eastvale Community Center Pinnacle Room  
Contact: 951-727-3524 / www.redcrossblood.org 


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