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February 2020 - Riverside County Calendar of Events


Peppermint Possibilities Dinner and Auction   Feb. 1
Enjoy a delicious themed meal, participate in the live and silent auction, and have a roaring good time that would make Gatsby jealous. Its going to be the bees knees! Come as a flapper or come as you are. Dress as a gangster or a silent screen star. Its going to be fun - no matter the dress. Proceeds raised will go towards supporting Peppermint Ridges mission: to create a community of loving homes and empowering support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Time/Place: 6:30-8:30pm / Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona 
Contact: 951-273-7320 /

Corona Chamber Installation & Awards   Feb. 6
Seating and sponsorship opportunities are now open for the 109th Annual Installation & Awards event for the Corona Chamber, honoring businesses and individuals and installing our Board of Directors. We will also install our 2020 Board of Directors, thank those leaving the Board for their service, and hear the vision from incoming Chairman Don Williamson. 
Time/Place: 5:30pm / Eagle Glen Golf Club
Contact: 951-737-3350 /

Take a Hike - Audie Murphy Ranch   Feb. 8
Do you love to walk in nature but have nowhere to go? Fear no more. The City of Perris has a series of challenging local hikes. Those participating in any Take A Hike event will be entered to win a prize at the hiking event. 
Time/Place: 7-10:30am / 30508 Rattle Dance Way, Menifee 
Contact: 951-943-6100 /

Hound Town Get Down   Feb. 8
Treat your Pooches to Smooches. Celebrate Valentines Day with your favorite furry friend! This event is to gather together dog lovers and their dogs on a special Valentines Day. 
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / Hound Town Dog Park: 11150 Redlands Blvd., Moreno Valley 
Contact: 951-413-3280 /

Run Your Heart Out   Feb. 8
This is a 5K Run/Walk for all ages. We encourage participants to wear read to support someone close to their heart. Registration will take place the morning of the event.  
Time/Place: 7:30-9am / Levee at Diamond Stadium, Lake Elisnore 
Contact: 951-674-3124 x292 /

Black History Parade & Expo   Feb. 8
An annual community event that celebrates Black History Month. The parade showcases various local organizations, bands, step teams, churches, community leaders, etc. The expo showcases craft and food vendors, childrens activities and entertainment. 
Time/Place: 10:15am / Downtown Riverside 
Contact: 951-255-5877 /

A Red Carpet Evening at the Fox   Feb. 9
This Hollywood Awards Party includes a walk on the Red Carpet at the Fox Theater, screaming fans, celebrity impersonators, gourmet cuisine, craft cocktails, whiskey & cigar bar, live entertainment, and games, all to promote the education programs of the Fox Foundation. 
Time/Place: 4pm / 3801 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside 
Contact: 951-826-5769 /

Carols Kitchen Wine Tasting   Feb. 9
Wine tasting and appetizers, bottling experience and silent auction. Our mission is to strengthen the San Gorgonio Pass of Southern California by ensuring the men, women and children of our communities do not go hungryregardless of their age, religion, cultural background, employment or economic status, and physical and mental abilities. 
Time/Place: 2pm / State Street Winery: 404 E State St., Redlands 
Contact: 951-845-1843 /

Annual Writers Week Conference   Feb. 10-14
Writers Week is the longest-running, free literary event in California and features the most renowned authors of our day alongside those at the start of promising careers. 
Time/Place: See website for schedule. / UC Riverside 
Contact: 951-827-1012 /

Murrieta Job Fair   Feb. 11
The City of Murrieta and the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Job Fair! 
Time/Place: 3-6:30pm / Murrieta Spectrum Shopping Center 
Contact: 951-677-7916 /

Anti-Childhood Obesity Project   Feb. 11
The Run with ACOP (Anti-Childhood Obesity Project) was founded in February of 2016.  The project allows the police department to reach out to the youth of our community while building strong partnerships with local organizations. The mission of Run with ACOP is to bring awareness and education for a healthy lifestyle to the youth of the community while building strong community partnerships. Each event will have a specialized team present. Some of the teams will include crime prevention, K-9 team, mounted team, and special response team. 
Time/Place: 5:30-6:30pm / Corona City Hall Lawn  


Ladle of Love Free Valentines Themed Community Luncheon   Feb. 12
Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardinos (FARSB) 5th Annual Ladles of Love luncheon. FARSB will host the free soup-line style luncheon during Valentines week to highlight the need for the community to open their hearts to supporting their regional food banks efforts. FARSB provides food to nearly 200 nonprofit charity partners who share the food banks mission to alleviate hunger in the Inland Empire. 
Time/Place: 12pm / Feeding America Riverside: 2950 A Jefferson Street  

MSJC Mobile Career Center   Feb. 13
The City of Beaumont is pleased to partner with the Mt. San Jacinto Community College (MSJC) in 2020 to provide career and employment outreach services to the residents of Beaumont. Beginning in January, the MSJC Mobile Career Center will be available at the Beaumont Civic Center from 10am to 3pm the second Thursday of each month. The Mobile Career Center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that can help first time career seekers and career changers make successful career and life choices. 
Time/Place: 10am-3pm / Beaumont Civic Center: 550 E. 6th Street 
Contact: 951-769-8527 /

Cosecha Coming Valentines Day Weekend   Feb. 14-15
We are happy to announce Cosecha SD by Chef Steve Brown will be returning to Eastvale to host a unique 9 course A5 Japanese Wagyu + True Hyogo KOBE Tasting Menu Dinner experience right here in Eastvale for our community and others throughout the region to enjoy. 
Time/Place: 6-9pm / Eastvale Estate: 13200 Citrus Avenue 

Murrieta Police Dept. 2020 K-9 Trials   Feb. 15
Plus a Public Safety Fair, Kids Activities, Child ID Kits, Food and Much More! Proceeds will benefit the Paws4Law Foundation. 
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Murrieta Mesa High School 
Contact: 951-677-7916 /

American Red Cross Inland Empire Heroes Luncheon   Feb. 18
Heroes are recognized in the following categories: Animal Welfare Hero, Corporate Hero, Disaster Services Hero, First Responder Hero, Gift of Life Hero, Good Samaritan Hero, Service to the Armed Forces Hero, Youth Hero (age 18 or younger). 
Time/Place: 11:30am-1:30pm / Mission Inn Hotel & Spa, Riverside 
Contact: 714-481-4444 /

Ladders and Linguine Dinner   Feb. 20
The Friends of the Corona Public Library and the Corona Firefighters Association invite you to the annual Ladders & Linguine Dinner. The library and will offer hearty Italian food served by our local Corona Fire Department, libations, opportunity drawings of themed baskets, great music and much more! Tickets prices are $55 per person or $400 for a table of 8.  
Time/Place: 6-8pm / Corona Public Library 
Contact: 951-316-0018 /

Temecula 2020 Dance Series   Feb. 22
Temecula Theaters 15th Dance Season launches with State Street Ballet. State Street Ballet presents The Jungle Book Ballet intertwining the four natural elements in this dazzling adaptation of Rudy Kiplings classic collection of stories. The Dance Season concludes with the return of Backhausdance, performing on May 30. 
Time/Place: 8pm / Old Town Temecula Community Theater 
Contact: 866-653-8696 /

Womens Health Expo   Feb. 27
Discover the wide range of womens healthcare programs and services provided by Temecula Valley Hospital, Inland Valley Medical Center and Rancho Springs Medical Center. Get health screenings and enjoy a delicious lunch. 
Time/Place: 10am-1:30pm / Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula 

Celebration of American Black History   Feb. 29
In celebration of American Black History, the Temecula Valley Museum and the Old Town Temecula Community Theater team up to present an evening of thought-provoking and entertaining music focused on the evolution of music from slavery to the present day. 
Time/Place: 7:30pm / Old Town Temecula Community Theater 
Contact: 866-653-8696 /

Temecula Valley Chamber Awards Gala   Feb. 29
Each year, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce honors exceptional businesses, service/charitable organizations, and individuals. Awards will be presented with the title of Business, Service/Charitable, Valley Young Professional, Ambassador and Citizen of the Year, during the annual Awards Gala. A local business will be awarded the Welty Tourism Award presented by Visit Temecula Valley. 
Time/Place: 5:30pm / Pechanga Resort & Casino 
Contact: 951-676-5090 /

Chili Cook-Off & Craft Beer Festival   Feb. 29
Fire and Ice is the signature annual fundraiser hosted by Circle City Rotary. It is a fun event that allows attendees to sample great craft beers, taste many different kinds of terrific chili made on site by dozens of contestants in the Chili Cook Off, listen to live music by a fantastic band, and to help multiple local non-profit organizations in the process. All net proceeds from the event go to support local non-profit organizations in the Corona, Norco, Eastvale, and Riverside areas. 
Time/Place: 11am-3pm / The Shops at Dos Lagos, Corona 

Red Dress Fashion Show & Health Expo   Feb. 29
Confronting Generational Heart Disease Heart health and fashion vendor booths, free health screenings, gourmet lunch, physician panel, and red dress fashion show. Fashion glam booth by PatiesOuttaSight. Luncheon is open seating. Reserved tables are for Event Sponsors Only. 
Time/Place: 9am-2pm / Riverside Convention Center
Contact: 951-788-3463 /

Published Friday, January 31, 2020 7:39 PM by CENTURY 21 Gold Real Estate

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