Fun for the Whole Family
All-ages activities abound in Temecula, Murrieta and the Inland Empire. What's Up? Temecula has all the latest information on family-friendly fun.
The library’s “Design Your Own Superhero” program gives teens, grades 7 through 12, the opportunity to imagine the strongest, fastest, smartest and super-est hero they can come up with and bring him or her to life by creating their own vinyl figurine.
Elite athletes all over the world have dedicated their lives to achieving the ultimate goal of making it to the Olympics; the chance to represent their country amongst the highest caliber of competition. But now, some very special members of the Temecula community don’t have to wait four years for their chance to be their best.
If Quinn Fabray’s car accident on “Glee” wasn’t enough to make your teen stop texting while driving, the Promenade Temecula is offering the perfect opportunity to inform new drivers of the hazards of using a cell phone while behind the wheel when the Promenade Temecula presents their annual Teen Expo on Saturday, April 18th.
This year, Peter Cottontail will hop his way to not one…not two…but three of Temecula’s beautiful community parks, including Harveston Community Park (28596 Dalton Road), Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park (32380 Deer Hollow Way) and Temeku Hills Park (31367 La Serena Way), where he will drop his colorful collection of oval-shaped delights for children ages 1 to 12.
The weather is warm, flowers are blooming, and seasonal allergies are rampant, but the arrival of spring brings with it more than just hay fever; it also ushers in a handful of fun family activities all this month at the Promenade Temecula. The sunny fun begins the week of Monday, March 16th with the kick-off of Springtime Bunny Theater at the JC Penney center court.
The City of Temecula prides itself on providing the community with hundreds of recreational opportunities for residents of all ages. This weekend, kids and their families have a chance to learn to draw animals in a whole new way.
Harry Potter, Han Solo and Wonder Woman walk into the Community Recreation Center… No, this isn’t the beginning of a very ecclectic joke, it’s actually a real possibility when The Calicon anime, cosplay, comics and art event returns to Temecula this Sunday, March 15th.
The newly-announced entertainment and schedule of activities for the Temecula Valley Family Fair, debuting late next month, evoke the images of old fashioned county fairs all over the country. With carnival rides, fair food, vendors, animals and live entertainment, the fair promises three days of family fun!
ooking for an unorthodox, and really cute and fuzzy, way to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year? The Alpaca Hacienda is opening their doors on the most romantic day of the year to allow you and your sweetheart (or the whole family) a chance to show some love to your furry friends.
Do you want to be part of a new tradition being born right here in the Temecula Valley? Get ready for funnel cakes, ferris wheels and tons of family fun because, on March 27th through the 29th, the first annual Temecula Valley Family Fair will make its debut at Lake Skinner County Recreational Park.