Arts, Dining & Entertainment

  • Thornton Winery Events for March

    Sunday, March 10th “Taste of Ireland” Cooking Class Cost: $75 inclusive’ Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Monday, March 18th JAZZ SCHEDULE to be released Order tickets online @ www.thorntonwine.com Call the Jazz line @ (951) 699-3021 Friday Live Music March 29th “JOURNEY CAPTURED” Cost: $15 Time: 6:00 -9:00 pm Call Thornton Winery @ (951) […]

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  • The Third Annual DigiFest™ Temecula Celebrates the Digital Arts of Hollywood April 12 – 14, 2019

    Scheduled Speakers include: Emmy Award-Winning Actress Cady McClain Niketa Calame, Voice of Nala From Disney’s “The Lion King” Producer/YouTuber Samantha Leichtamer. DigiFest™ Competition Accepting Digital Entries Until March 15th Temecula, CA (February 13, 2019) JDS Creative Academy’s third annual DigiFest will take place on April 12th –14th at JDS Studios, located at 28069 Diaz Rd […]

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  • Temecula Valley Wine Society Elects New BOD

    In 1982 a group of Temecula wine lovers got together and formed a group, calling themselves “Women on Wine.” In 1986 they became a bit more inclusive and changed their name to the Temecula Valley Wine Society. The TVWS is a non-profit dedicated to the appreciation of wine through fellowship and is open to anyone […]

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  • Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival Wins 3 More Awards

    The Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival won three more awards recently including a first place Celebration Award for the 2018 event at the California/Nevada Festivals and Events Association (CalFest) Convention January 25, 2019. The first-place award was for the “Best Press Kit.” The press kit also won a Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) […]

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  • Paula Arlich Plays Classics of the Heart

    When Paula Arlich returned from summer camp at age eight, she announced to her mother “I need to have a piano.” Her love affair with the keyboard apparently began when she was three, although she doesn’t remember it. She began formal piano lessons at age four and began writing music when she was 12. “I […]

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  • Temecula Sunrise Rotary to Hold Music Competition

    For information about registration for the competition, please call 951-698-6116.  The public and family members of the musicians are invited to the Temecula Sunrise competition, and admission is free.  With the high quality of the talent in the Temecula area, this is always a wonderful concert for everyone. There are three categories of musical presentations: […]

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  • Thornton comments to print with the Winter menu

    Executive Chef Ceasar Solarzano is reinvigorating Thornton Wineries California cuisine roots by releasing the vineyards winter menu. With the new menu, he is honoring the wineries traditional principles of simple preparations, uncomplicated dishes and seasonal ingredients. He’s also bringing back several classic favorites that graced past menus and won rave reviews.

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  • Bird Songs Don’t Lie: An Evening with Gordon Lee Johnson

    Bird Songs Don’t Lie: An Evening with Gordon Lee Johnson takes place on Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library (30600 Pauba Road). The new book is a collection of local and homespun columns, original essays, and short stories that defy local history as […]

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  • ‘The Little Shop of Horns’ Celebrating 20 Years

    He apprenticed his skills under the leadership of Manny Gavrilov at the Horn Connection in Hollywood Calif. where Kenneth was privileged to work on horns of the greats such as Boney James, Warren Hill, Euge Groove, Lenny Kravitz, Melvin Jackson (B.B. Kings sax player) Benny Golson, Charles McPherson, Don Menza, Jimmy Roberts (Rod Stewarts Sax […]

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  • JDS Creative Academy Presents 3rd Annual DIGIFESTTM APRIL 12th, 13th, 14th in 2019

    This festival features all things digital including film, video, animation, music, games, photography, graphics and comics. Any media, which is designed digitally or enhanced digitally, is qualified for the event and competition. Students are especially encouraged to submit their work. Entrant categories begin at age twelve years old and go through adult, with student, amateur […]

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  • December Events for Thornton Winery

    Monday, December 24th “CHRISTMAS EVE” – CAFÉ CHAMPAGNE Hours: Open 11:00 am- 7:00 pm Special Menu for the Day Reservations required: Call (951) 699-0099 Tuesday, December 25th “CHRISTMAS DAY”- CAFÉ CHAMPAGNE Hours: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm “Special Menu” Cost: $59.95 plus tax & gratuity – Adults $19.95 plus tax & gratuity – Children 12 […]

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  • 10th Annual Murrieta Field of Honor

    The Field recognizes heroes –those who served or are serving in the United States armed forces, law enforcement, fire and other first responder posts, plus personal heroes. In addition to the 2,018 flags available for dedication to personal heroes, the Field features sections for Medal of Honor recipients, Local Heroes (those who have given their lives […]

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  • Temecula Valley B&W Festival Donates Over $90,000 to Local Organizations During Appreciation Dinner

    Recipients included Temecula Valley High School Golden Bear Foundation, GOALS, Wine Town Rollers, Caring Hearts for Veterans & Community, Murrieta Mesa Baseball Club, 11th Marines Cannon Cockers, Friends of the Stampede (Marines), Murrieta Valley High School/USMC – JROTC, Lake Elsinore Baseball, Elsinore Aquatics, Elsinore Girls’ Softball, Elsinore Girls’ Tennis, Aviation Explorers, Wine Town Rollers, and […]

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  • The Highwayman – Tony Suraci

    Demoralized, he didn’t play again until he was 12 or 13 years old. His stepbrother sold him a “$50 Japanese cheapy” electric guitar, which he learned to play. At 21, he had moved back home. In an effort to get him out of the house, his mom encouraged him to try out for a singing […]

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  • In the Heights – by Temecula Valley Players

    The setting is a vibrant Latino community in New York’s Washington Heights, full of hopes and dreams. Deftly directed by Shafik Wahhab, this story of diversity, acceptance, family values, and traditions tears at your core. The “get down dancing” choreographed by Jacqueline Le Blanc Wahhab, is exhilarating and the star of the show. The show […]

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  • The City of Temecula Proudly Presents Sundays in the Square

    Soak up the last few days of summer with Sundays in the Square on August 5 and 12, 2018, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm located at the Civic Center Quad (41000 Main Street) in Old Town Temecula. Invite your family, neighbors, and friends to this new free event featuring live music, food vendor, and […]

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  • Kiwanis Club to Host First Ever “Paws-4-Kids” Dog Event

    The Kiwanis Club of Temecula Valley has announced that they are scheduled to host the “First Annual Paws 4 Kids Pawllywood Contest” on Saturday, September 8, 2018, to be held at the Temecula Community Recreation Center, according to Tom Teagle, President of the service club. The Paws 4 Kids – Pawllywood Contest is intended to […]

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