The life of the American Cowboy was shared with dozens on Friday, June 29, at the Calimesa Library. Cowboy Ken Frawley presented a rustling good time for those in attendance.
It was a rootin’ tootin’ good time at the annual Rotary $10,000 cash giveaway fundraiser on Saturday, April 28. The chance to win the grand prize in the reverse drawing put everyone in a celebratory mood at the Rodeo Roundup Community Benefit.
Car enthusiasts from all over attended the most recent Bob’s Big Boy Car Cruise on Sunday, April 15, in Calimesa. Vehicle registration was free and open to any make, model and year of vehicle. DJ Dave of Dream-Weaver was in attendance as always, playing music favorites from the past as well …
The annual Yucaipa Valley Art Association spring show was blooming with color and undeniable talent. The art show held Saturday, April 7, at Yucaipa Community Center, featured hundreds of local art in multiple media including original oil, watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, art instructor and…
There was palpable excitement at the Knights of Columbus annual Casino Night on Saturday, Feb. 10. Shouting, whistling and spontaneous applause was heard at the Knights annual event and that was just for the taco bar.
Holiday cheer and the excitement of a visit from Santa Claus surrounded the Yucaipa Valley Lions Club’s 63rd annual Christmas parade Saturday in Yucaipa.
Ready for a family-friendly play to get you into the spirit of Christmas? Then consider going to the “Miracle on 34th Street” production in Yucaipa.
November is National Native American Heritage Month, and the occasion will be recognized at the San Bernardino County Museum with a family festival on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The very popular Autumnfest is back and takes place this weekend. The two-day event will be held in Historic Uptown Yucaipa on Friday, Oct. 13, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Yucaipa Valley Chamber of Commerce is offering a multitude of fall and holiday shopping…
Concertgoers came prepared to dance the night away to the tunes of the Hollywood Hillbillies as the Concerts on the Green came to a close last Thursday at Calimesa Country Club.
The popular and suspenseful tale of the mysterious Phantom comes to LifeHouse Theater in a new original musical. Guests will witness young Christine’s rise to fame in the opera world, thanks to the schemes of the ominous Phantom, who seeks to win her heart. Sinister plots abound amidst comedic moments and tragic situations based on the original classic novel.
Summertime at Parrish Pioneer Ranch in Oak Glen means the return of the pirates and they were in full force on Aug. 19 and 20, during Buccaneer Days. Attendees to the Buccaneer Days were able to watch a pirate show, partake in a watermelon eating contest, visit Wildland Images Gallery or hea…
The scorching August heat didn’t seem to be a problem Sunday as many people gathered to hear Retro Hits from the ‘50s through the ‘80s performed by the Smokin’ Cobras at the Yucaipa Community Park Amphitheater.
There were some cowboy hats and boots peppered throughout the picturesque Yucaipa Community Park on Sunday, July 23, as the city held its weekly outdoor summer concert. SMITH, a six-piece pop country band, performed onstage and wowed the audience with several hits.
When Yucaipa residents Bob and Vicki Elson decided to open an arcade, they picked the perfect spot in Calimesa. Located at 544 Myrtlewood Dr., right next door to New York Pizzeria you can find Retrovolt Arcade.
The Yucaipa Library was filled with kids laughter and giggles on Tuesday, July 18 as Buster Balloon presented an adventure using books and balloons that he created.
A few noticeable changes and the fiddling of the Riley’s Mountaineer Band marked the beginning of the Concerts on the Green summer series last Thursday at Calimesa Country Club. The local group from Oak Glen strummed and sang its way through a variety of country and bluegrass music on the ne…
In celebration of our nation’s beginning, Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen took a step back to those days with its third annual Colonial Faire.
A mere 15 miles up Highway 38 (not far from Angelus Oaks) in the San Bernardino mountains is a beautiful lake that is open to the public.
The San Bernardino County Museum announced that it has joined Museums For All, a signature access program of the Association of Children's Museums (ACM) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to encourage families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. The museum's participation is sponsored by the San Bernardino County Museum Association and U.S. Bank.
In honor of Independence Day, the city of Yucaipa, in conjunction with the Hometown Celebration Committee and the Yucaipa Valley Lions Club, invite all to spend the holiday at Yucaipa’s Fourth of July Hometown Celebration held at Yucaipa High School at 33000 Yucaipa Blvd. on July 4.
Grammy nominated artists don’t often talk about the wild parrots of Yucaipa. But a few weeks ago, the subject came up with Great White guitarist Mark Kendall.
Redlands, CA–May 4, 2017–Ginger Pena of Angelus Oaks is honored as the Featured Artist for the 2017 Redlands Festival of Arts, which is a juried art show awarding $6,000.00 in prizes to artists from across the United States who will exhibit their work over Memorial Day weekend, May 27-28, fr…
The city of Redlands joins Hangar 24 Charities and its sponsors in welcoming the 2017 Hangar 24 AirFest to the Redlands Municipal Airport from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 20.
Construction of a new stage for this summer’s Concerts on the Green at Calimesa Country Club was discussed at the recent Calimesa Cultural and Preforming Arts Association board meeting.
Vince Neil, former lead singer of Motley Crue, and the band Berlin are among the headliners for the 99th annual Cherry Festival, taking place June 1-4 at Stewart Park in Beaumont.
The upcoming fourth installment in the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra’s 88th consecutive season, “Spring String Fling,” will be presented on Saturday, March 18 at the historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts.
A Repertory Theatre Announces Auditions for "The Christmas Tree Tells His Tale"--a January celebration following their successful performance of "The Last Romance" this past weekend.
Yucaipa knows how to put on a good party was a sentiment shared by many on July 4. The Lions Club and the city of Yucaipa held a three-day Hometown Celebration at Yucaipa High School that included live music, a carnival and fireworks show that wowed thousands of guests.
Local author Steve Maurer, who is a retired Cal Fire captain, will sign copies of the newly published history of county fire services in his Images of America “Cal Fire - San Bernardino, Inyo and Mono Counties,” in Saturday, July 16, from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. at the Yucaipa Fire Station Museum a…
The Wildlands Conservancy is excited to announce its newest venue of the Southern California Montane Botanic Garden: the Artist’s Palette.
This is the latest group of honor theatre students at Yucaipa High School who were inducted as members of the International Thespian Society, YHS Troupe 960. From left to right: Seth Underwood, Autumn Milner, Heaven Barrett and April Beath.
Esteemed Yucaipa High School teacher Darryl Womack has not only taught English and creative writing at YHS, but can now cross “author” off his list of accomplishments. His book, “The Tales of Westerford: Dragons, Knights and Kings” will be available June 1, 2016.
The Yucaipa Valley Art Association would like to announce a special workshop on "Creative Photography" to be presented Sat., May 21, 2016 at the Yucaipa Community Center from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Dr. Bob Pavelsky will present a hands-on workshop on improving photographs from good to great. All…
Elegance adorned the Mousley Museum of Yucaipa History Saturday as the Yucaipa Historical Society held a Victorian Tea with the exquisite teas and dining delights.
The World is Our Classroom Foundation (TWIOCF), created to support the students of Competitive Edge Charter Academy (CECA) in Yucaipa, will auction a 3-day pass to Stagecoach Music Festival in Coachella at its Denim and Diamonds Benefit Dinner and Auction on Friday, April 22, 6 p.m. at the H…
Yucaipa VisionQuest - the Center for Creativity will host a Spring Flower Art Show and Reception on Friday April 22nd at 6 p.m. at the Gallery at 35136 Avenue A.
Name of Restaurant: Jake’s Italian Bistro & Brew Location: 12170 Fourth St., Yucaipa (Corner of Fourth Street and Yucaipa Boulevard) Steve Babbit and Jake Litras are co-owners of the popular dining destination in Yucaipa.
The Yucaipa Valley Art Association will hold its annual Spring Art Show on Saturday, April 2, at the Yucaipa Community Center at 34900 Oak Glen Rd. The hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the awards ceremony at 4 p,m. The Community Center will be a new venue.
Yucaipa’s Got Talent and the community wants to see it. The 2016 Yucaipa’s Got Talent Showcase/Competition will take place on Saturday May 14, during the Music and Arts Festival.