The city of Yucaipa Community Services Department has done it again this year, with a fun-filled summer season of movies, concerts and activities.
Megan Wolfe, Supervisor of Community Services provided an energetic presentation to city council on Monday, April 8.
“Movies in the Park start on the perfect day,” said Wolfe. “The day that school’s over.”
The 2018 summer movie line up begins on June 6, with Despicable Me 3. All movies are held at the Yucaipa Community Park outdoor amphitheater on Wednesday evenings at dusk. Seating is available on a first come, first seated basis. Bring your blankets, chairs and family for a fun evening. As always, the movies are free of charge. Listed below is the complete movie schedule.
• June 6, “Despicable Me 3”
• June 13, “Beauty and the Beast” (2017)
• June 20, “Jumanji” (1995)
• June 27, “Wonder Woman”
• July 11, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”
• July 18, “Cars 3”
• July 25, “The Incredibles” (2004)
• Aug. 1, “Coco”
Wolfe reported the Concerts in the Park begin on July 8.
“We are bringing back a town favorite,” said Wolfe. “The concert series will start with The Answer. They are a classic rock band. And everyone who has seen them, absolutely loves them.”
The concert series lineup is as follows:
• July 8, The Answer
• July 15, Totally Go-Gos (80s tribute band)
• July 22, Escape (Journey tribute band)
• July 29, Highland Music Co. (rockin’ oldies)
•Aug. 5, Smokin’ Cobras (retro hits)
• Aug. 12, Smith Band (country)
All concerts are held at the Community Park at 34900 Oak Glen Rd. in Yucaipa.
The pool will open this summer on Memorial Day weekend. Recreational swim will be offered seven days a week.
“Thursday evenings will be our Dive-in Movies,” said Wolfe who added the movies will be held at the Seventh Street Pool at 12385 Seventh St. in Yucaipa. The movie will be a rerun from the prior night’s Movies in the Park.
Swimming lessons will be offered by Yucaipa Swim Team, Monday through Thursday and by the city of Yucaipa on Saturdays, said Wolfe.
In addition, the city is offering its summer camp for youth. Call the community center at 790-7460 for more information on how to register.
“Yucaipa Calimesa Joint Unified School District is once again offering its free lunch program,” said Wolfe. “This lunch is free to anyone who comes to the park, as long as they are 18 years or younger.”
Following the end of the report, Councilman Bobby Duncan said, “Looks like a great line up.”
Mayor Pro Tem Greg Bogh concurred.
“I’m excited to see The Answer,” said Bogh.
Wolfe said most bands she contacted all had one thing in common.
“Everyone says they love little Yucaipa,” she said with a smile.