Now in its fourth year, the Off Road Nights Dirt Lifestyle Festival brings the ultimate in off-road action sports to the Inland Empire, including everything you need to know before you start kicking up some dirt. The ORN festival highlights all of the core disciplines of off-road sports including desert and sand racing, rock crawling, adventure vehicles, motocross and more.
It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but jolly old St. Nick is returning to the Promenade Temecula on Saturday, November 21st – just in time for Black Friday sales. But instead of his reindeer or a few of the elves, this year the man in red is bringing everyone’s favorite blockhead.
Feeling a little dirty? The 3rd Annual Off Road Nights Dirt Lifestyle Festival, the ultimate expo of all-things dirty, returns to Temecula this weekend but with a change of venue for 2015.
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.
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.
Come on down to the outdoor plaza of the mall this Saturday, February 21st from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm because everyone’s invited to be a part of the Promenade Temecula’s Street Painting Workshop. Participants will be encouraged to use their creativity and imagination, while learning how to transfer a small 2D image into a full-scale work of asphalt art.
On Saturday, November 15th, the Christmas shopping season officially begins when Santa makes his way to the throne where he will delight children every day through Christmas Eve and the members of the Promenade staff are pulling out all the stops to make the jolly elf feel welcome.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and, at the Promenade Mall in Temecula, you can enjoy the beauty of holiday decorations while also donating to a good cause, when local holiday shopper’s favorite, Christmas Tree Lane, officially opens on Saturday, November 8th. A fundraiser now in its eighth year, the non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley has been asking volunteers, designers and businesses to donate their time and funds to decorate unique Christmas trees, all with different themes and styles, to be raffled off to support their charitable efforts.