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  • Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving

    You already know Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires. The average number of home fires on Thanksgiving Day is normally double the average number of fires in homes all other days.

    Help keep your family safe by following these safety tips. This way everyone can have a happy and safe Thanksgiving.

    • Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking – frying, broiling or boiling –  at high temperatures.
    • Make your cooking area safe. Move things that can burn away from the stove. Turn pot handles toward the back so they can’t be bumped.
    • Watch what you’re cooking. Use a timer when roasting a turkey or baking.
    • Be prepared. Keep a large pan lid or baking sheet handy in case you need to smother a pan fire.
    • Stay awake and alert while you’re cooking. If you see smoke or the grease starts to boil in your pan, turn the burner off.
    • Prevent burns. Wear short sleeves when you cook, or roll them up. Don’t lean over the burner. Use potholders and oven mitts to handle hot cookware.

    If you are frying a turkey this Thanksgiving:

    • Turkey fryers can easily tip over, spilling hot cooking oil over a large area.
    • An overfilled cooking pot will cause cooking oil to spill when the turkey is put in, and a partially frozen turkey will cause cooking oil to splatter when put in the pot.
    • Even a small amount of cooking oil spilling on a hot burner can cause a large fire.
    • Without thermostat controls, deep fryers can overheat oil to the point of starting a fire.
    • The sides of the cooking pot, lid and pot handles can get dangerously hot.

    This information is courtesy of the Fire Prevention and Safety News and Resources for U.S. Fire Administration. Visit the USFA website for more information on cooking and turkey fryer safety. Also, view the latest Thanksgiving snapshot.


    City of Corona newsletter 

  • Fesitval of Lights at the Mission Inn

    Festival of lights

    Festival of Lights


    Celebrate the season in style with a stay at The Inn during Festival of Lights from November 27, 2015 through January 6, 2016. 

    Enjoy more than 4 million dazzling holiday lights, appearances by Santa Claus, the world’s largest manmade mistletoe measuring 12’ x 8’, horse-drawn carriage rides, freshly fallen snow, an elaborately decorated Christmas tree in the hotel lobby and delectable holiday confections at the original famous Casey’s Cupcakes® located at The Inn. The Mission Inn’s Festival of Lights is an annual gift to the community from property Owners Duane and Kelly Roberts who saved the historic landmark from destruction in 1992. The City of Riverside has adopted The Mission Inn’s Festival of Lights as a citywide initiative with a vision of a Dickensian holiday spectacle featuring lights and decorations throughout downtown Riverside, an outdoor ice-skating rink on the Main Street pedestrian mall, holiday vendors and family-friendly entertainment.

    Holiday Family Traditions

    Breakfast With Santa* - For more information

  • Horsetown Parade of Lights and Winter Festival

    December 12, 2015 Saturday

    9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

    Horsetown Parade of Lights and Winter Festival

    It’s time for Norco’s 11th annual Horsetown Parade of Lights and Winter Festival presented by Hemborg Ford and Browning Dodge! Bring the entire family on Saturday, December 12, 2015 to the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center located at 3737 Crestview, Norco for a fun-filled festive event. Breakfast with Santa starts the day from 9am-11am/$5 per person. Winter Festival is from 2-9pm where activities include pictures with Santa, skating rink, Santa’s Workshop for kids, train rides, petting zoo and pony rides, live entertainment, food and craft vendors, kids inflatable obstacle course and much more! All inclusive activity wristbands are $5 per person; parking and admission are free! Activities are subject to change.

    The unique illuminated parade begins at 5pm at Valley View and proceeds east up Sixth Street to the Winter Festival located at the Nellie Weaver Hall grounds in the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center. Entries include vintage tractors, equestrian groups, wagons, floats, drill teams, marching bands and walking/dancing groups! For more information and to view parade route, please visit or call 951.270.5632.

    Where: George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center, 3737 Crestview, Norco, CA, 92860

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