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 Lake Elsinore State of the City Address Oct. 10


Join us at this special annual event to find out more about the long-awaited improvements that are going on in the City of Lake Elsinore. Presented by the Honorable Mayor Steve Manos. 4:30-6:30pm / Pins N’ Pockets, Lake Elsinore



Corona Spooktacular Halloweekend Oct. 12-13

“Hocus Pocus” Family Movie Night, Escape Room by OBC Theater, Haunted House, Corona PD Trunk Or Treat and Paranormal Investigation Tours.


Corona’s Historic Civic Center


 Fire Station 31 Open House Oct. 12

Join in on the family fun with a static display, fire station tours and demonstrations for all ages.


10: 30am-1:30pm / 14491 Chandler St., Eastvale 951-361-0900

 Wild & Scenic Film Festival Oct. 12

One of the largest environmental film festivals in North America.


The goal is to use inspiring and thought-provoking films to ignite environmental activism locally. 12pm. / Box at the Fox Theater, Riverside 951-530-8823


 Spooktacular Family Fun 5k Oct. 13


5k Race for the whole family, hosted by Our Lady of Perpetual Help School.

9am / Cross Country Course, Riverside


 Susan G. Komen Inland


Empire MORE THAN PINK Walk Oct. 13

All registered *** cancer Survivors and Metatastic Thrivers will receive a free pink t-shirt on Walk day.

6:30-11am / Town Square Park, Murrieta


 Moreno Valley Health Fair Oct. 13


14 booths, including LifeStream blood donation, vegetarian cooking demo, and giving away of slightly used clothing. 10am- 3pm / Moreno Hills SDA Church



 Job & Career Fair Oct. 16


We will have multiple employers and educational institutions participating. Open to the public. All job seekers are invited. 10am-2pm / Moreno Valley Youth Opportunity Center


 First Responders Appreciation Luncheon Oct 16

Come Celebrate and Honor our Local First Responders with a Community Awards Celebration! Featuring keynote speaker Fire Chief Shawn Newman. 11:30am-1:00pm/ Nellie Weaver Hall, Norco   951-737-6222


 Darkside in Riverside Oct. 18


A Halloween pop culture con experience. Panels, celebrity guests, cosplay, horror film screenings, exhibitors, and food. 5 45pm / Fox Theater/RMA,, Riverside 951-205-0537


 Perris Harvest Festival Oct. 18 

Enter in the pumpkin contest for chances to win a ghoulish prize, Participate in games for Youth and win candy and treats. Free costume and dance contest. 5-9pm City Hall Campus

 Lake Elsinore Howl-O-Ween Spooktacular Oct. 18

Free, fun family event on Main Street. Costumes are encouraged. This event will feature trunk or treating, carnival games, and costume contest.


 5-8 pm /Downtown Main Street


 Pink on Parade :  Oct 19

A 5K *** cancer awareness walk. This event unites the community in supporting *** cancer survivors and raising awareness in our community while generating funds. 7:30am / Mt. Rubidoux and Ryan Bonaminio Park  951-788-3471


 Beaumont Monster Mash Halloween Party  Oct.19

Eerie entertainment will include free games and in-door trick or treating with bouncers and food available for purchase. A costume contest at 6:30pm.  4-8pm Community Recreation Center  951-769-8524

 Hemet Holiday Bazaar Oct. 3

Hand made goods: quilted, knitted, embroidered, crocheted, and wood crafted items, plus jewelry, photography, and home adornments that will complement your holiday decorations.  9am-2pm/Solera Diamond Valley Lodge


 Corona Lemon Festival Oct. 19

Features live music, a lemon-themed bake-off, opportunity drawings with great prizes, inflatable rides for the kids, and much more! The event will also highlight artwork from talented local artists for guests to enjoy and purchase.


9am-6pm / Historic Corona Civic Center   951-735-3226

 Community Health Fair Oct 19

 Southwest Healthcare is hosting a community health fair to promote healthy living. Vendors of all kinds will be present with educational materials, fun things to buy and samples. 11am-2pm / Inland Valley Medical Center, Wildomar


 Riverside Youth Innovation Lab Oct. 19 


A youth orientated, hands on learning experience. STEM lab. Make-n-Take Activities. interactive Displays.

10am / Riverside Municipal Airport


 City of Riverside Halloween Happenings!  Oct. 25

Bring your little ghouls and goblins to Bobby Bonds, Bryant, Reid, Villegas Parks and the Youth Opportunity Center for an evening of Halloween fun! Featuring special trick-or-treat stations, inflatables, snacks, carnival games and Halloween themed activities.


5-8pm / Various Locations.


 Day of the Dead Artfest Oct. 25

Join the City of Moreno Valley for an evening filled with Art Displays, Kids Arts & Crafts, Live Entertainment, food & fun!


6-10pm / Conference & Recreation Center


 Temecula Halloween Carnival Oct 25 

Enjoy some frightfully fun games, tricks, ‘and treats at the Halloween Carnival! You can play a round of ghoulish golf, try your luck at the High Striker or enter the costume contest. 5:30-8:30pm /  Ronald Reagen Sports Park  951-694-6444


 Kids Rock Halloween Bash Oct. 26


Presented by the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County. Gala & Auction. Join us if you dare for a spectacular Halloween themed evening in support of kids and teens in Temecula, Murrieta and Lake Elsinore. Costumes encouraged!

5pm / Pechanga Resort and Casino, Temecula  951-699-1526 x:106


 Howl O’ Ween Pet Costume Contest Oct. 26

Categories include Most Original, Best Group, Scariest, and Best Homemade Costume, and Judges Choice awards. Merchant Trick or Treat.


1pm / Canyon Crest Towne Centre, Riverside  951-788-5845


 Paws on the Promenade Spooktacular  Oct  26

Free pet parade, dog costume contest, treat bags for contestants, commemorative plaques for winners, local business vendors, adoptable dogs and raffle prizes.


10am- 1pm / Promenade Mall, Temecula.


 Friends of Leaps & Bounds Fall Festival Oct. 26

Join us for food, pony rides, petting zoo, live band and more!


2- 6pm / Leaps & Bounds Ranch, Norco   951-340-0431


 Red Ribbon Family Fun Festival 

 Hosted by Corona-Norco Unified School District. Features activities that are FUN for all ages, entertainment, vendor booths, food, opportunity drawings, and serves as & the finale. 12-4pm / Promenade Park, Corona


 Wildomar State of the City  Oct. 30 


The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a private V.I.P. Developer Reception from 5:30-6:30pm before Mayor Marsha Swanson’s State of the City Address which begins at 7pm. Did we mention it’s a Sock-Hop theme? 5:30- 8pm/ Wildomar Elks Lodge #2591

951-677-7916  www.murrietachamber,org 







Published Friday, October 11, 2019 11:57 PM by CENTURY 21 Gold Real Estate

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