Arts, Dining & Entertainment

  • Chamber Staff Member, Kimberly Niebla Graduates from Professional Development Program

    Started in 2003, Academy is a three-day (three-year) high quality summer program on chamber management “essentials” geared for today’s chamber executives and professional staff. It has become the leading training program totally devoted to chamber professional in the West. “We congratulate all of the graduates and their chambers for having the vision to invest in […]

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  • The Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival May 29-31, 2020 VIP Tickets are on Sale before the Basic Campsite Sales open 8 a.m., Tuesday, March 3rd

    Currently, a small selection of full hook-up sites are available with the Sunrise Exclusive Festival Experience package. This is the best of the best, with the cabana club passes at the main stage for all three days of the event. A unique VIP experience is included in cabana club passes with reserved seats front and […]

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  • Thorton Friday Night Live Music

    B.I.G. Brothers Igniting a Groove Friday, March 20 – 6:00PM JOURNEY TRIBUTE Journey Captured Friday, March 27 – 6:00 PM ENDEAVOR Friday, April 3 – 6:00 PM SARAH AGUILAR Friday, April 10 – 6:00 PM JOHN DEMPS & FULL EFFECT Friday, April 17 – 6:00 PM SANTANA TRIBUTE Santana Ways Friday, April 24 – 6:00 […]

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  • Michelle’s Place Annual Spring Fling to Take Place at Center

    Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center is planning for their biggest event of the year, the annual spring fling. Last year, the organization raised over $2 million dollars to purchase their forever home. The center is now open to all cancers, which sparked a community to come together to support the valuable resources the center provides. […]

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  • Temecula Valley Museum’s Second Saturday Cultural Celebration returns with the Annual Chinese New Year Celebration

    The Temecula Valley Museum’s Second Saturday program returns with a Chinese New Year celebration on February 8, 2020, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Temecula Valley Museum (28314 Mercedes Street). This monthly event celebrates world cultures with complimentary refreshments, crafts, activities, and live entertainment. The museum invites guests to enjoy a variety of […]

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  • Padres Announce Storm Field Staff for 2020 Season

    Mike McCoy named 17th Manager in franchise history. McCoy, 38, after managing the Tri-City Dust Devils in 2018-19, begins his fifth season in the Padres’ organization and first as Manager of the Storm. The San Diego native starred at Grossmont High School (El Cajon, CA) and then at the University of San Diego before being […]

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  • Menifee Launches Program to Attract Breweries and Distilleries

    The City’s Economic Development Department has answered those requests by developing a new program and appointing its inaugural Brewery and Distillery Ambassador. “We have an annual $54 million sales leakage,” said the City’s Economic Development Director, Gina Gonzalez. “The truth is this plus our trade-area population of 800,000 equates to an enormous opportunity for breweries […]

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  • Get to know JDS Creative Academy

    JDS Creative Academy is a non-profit organization, situated in Temecula, that is committed to advancing education in the performing arts, theatre, music, acting, creative writing, fine art and digital production. The organization serves a large, very diverse population that includes youth, teens, adults, at risk youth and those with special needs and developmental disabilities. JDS […]

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  • Temecula Presents’ 15th Season Dance Series

    Founded in 1994 by former American Ballet Theatre dancer Rodney Gustafson, the company combines the discipline and timeless elegance of classical ballet technique with updated, cutting-edge choreography, producing original works that satisfy today’s diverse audiences. State Street Ballet presents The Jungle Book Ballet intertwining the four natural elements in this dazzling adaptation of Rudy Kipling’s […]

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  • DigiFest® Temecula Calls for Creative Digital Submissions

    Like a film festival, digital festivals bring more than just red carpet, glitz and glam, but also an opportunity to serve creatives in sharing their work with the community and mainstream audiences. It’s a place to learn about industry advancements, how to pursue a career in the industry and how to incorporate digital arts into […]

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  • Announcing Temecula Presents’ 15th Season Classical Music Series

    Temecula Theater’s 15th Season of Classical Music launches on Saturday, January 4th at 7:30pm with the return of world-renowned concert pianist and lecturer, Jeffery Siegel: Keyboard Conversations®. Mr. Siegel’s popular and lively commentary has been captivating audiences for decades, making musical masterpieces more accessible and meaningful for all. Each piece is performed in its entirety, […]

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  • Temecula Hosts Annual New Year’s Eve Grape Drop on Tuesday, December 31st

    Friends and family of all ages are invited to Temecula’s annual New Year’s Eve Grape Drop on Tuesday, December 31st beginning at 6:00 pm at Town Square (41000 Main Street). Temecula’s custom-crafted, illuminated cluster of grapes will descend 65-feet from the third-story patio of the beautiful Civic Center clock tower. Temecula’s signature celebration invites New […]

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  • Do You Believe? All Aboard THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride in Perris, CA!

    Based on popular demand, guests will have two locations to choose from in Perris, CA (Inland Empire) and Fillmore, CA (Ventura County). Departures from the Southern California Railway Museum in Perris will begin Nov. 30 and continue select dates through Dec. 29. Tickets are on sale now at www.socalthepolarexpressride.com and guests are encouraged to book […]

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  • Temecula’s 30th Anniversary Community Celebration on Sunday, December 1st

    Temecula’s 30th Anniversary Community Celebration on Sunday, December 1st from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Civic Quad at the Civic Center (41000 Main Street) in Old Town Temecula. Celebrate our community’s loving spirit together as Temecula observes its 30th year of incorporation! This free anniversary event will include live music, fun giveaways, activities […]

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  • 2019 Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival Wins International Awards

    IFEA recognized the most outstanding examples of quality and creativity in the festivals and events industry during the awards. The professional competition draws entries from some of the world’s top festivals and events including the Dublin Irish Festival in Dublin, OH; the OC Fair in Costa Mesa, CA; the Des Moines Arts Festival, Des Moines, […]

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  • Santa’s Electric Light Parade Entry Applications Available Online Now

    The City of Temecula’s Annual Santa’s Electric Light Parade entry form and guidelines are now available online at TemeculaCA.gov/SantaParade. The parade lights up Old Town Temecula on Friday, December 6th at 7:00 pm, as it travels south beginning at the intersection of Del Rio Road and Jefferson Avenue and ends at the intersection of Old […]

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  • 4th Annual Digifest® Temecula Accepting Submissions

    A Three-Day Digital Arts Experience JDS Creative Academy (JDSCA), the founders of DigiFest® whose mission is to further workforce opportunities through the arts and arts education, is preparing for their 4th Annual 3- Day International Digital Media Festival and Conference taking place April 17, 18, and 19, 2020, at multiple venues throughout Temecula. The competition […]

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  • Thornton Winery Friday Concerts

    FRIDAY LIVE MUSIC: When: Friday, October 4th Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm Band: “RUBEN V & LATIN SOUNDS” Cost: NO COVER CHARGE Dinner tables available. Call (951) 699-0099 to make reservations. *All guests at table must order dinner! FRIDAY LIVE MUSIC: When: Friday, October 11th Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm Band: “B.I.G. ” Cost: $15 […]

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