Things to Do In Temecula
Activities in and around the Inland Empire
Looking for things to do around town? What's Up? Temecula "Around Town" features articles on events and activities in and around Temecula, CA.
Temecula residents and visitors alike can eat, drink and be merry while supporting local schools when the culinary playground, the 6th Annual Taste of Temecula Valley (TOTV), returns to Old Town Temecula on April 29th and 30th.
Though the Temecula Valley is peppered with excellent microbrews, 8Bit Brewing Company sets itself apart from the crowd by offering a stellar and diverse full menu of specialty appetizers.
Temecula is rich with tradition, especially during the Christmas season, and the City’s Community Services Department is pulling out all the stops to make their community shines once again with their annual festive favorites, the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Pond and Santa’s Electric Light Parade.
Southern California Edison better flip the switch to auxiliary nuclear. The Clark Griswold’s of our community are invited to participate in the City of Temecula’s ‘Twas the Lights Before Christmas home decorating contest.
On Veterans Day, the nation pauses to honor our living military heroes but, for one Temecula business owner, the holiday is about raising funds to improve the lives of those who have sacrificed to preserve our freedom.
For the fourth year in a row, the City of Temecula Community Services Department and the Temecula Valley Symphony (formerly the Inland Valley Symphony) are teaming up to show their gratitude to the men and women of the armed forces with the City’s annual Patriotic Salute to Veterans, this Wednesday, November 11th at 6:00 pm, in the outdoor quad in front of the Civic Center in Old Town.
Does it hurt when you do this? Log off Web MD and head down to the Temecula Civic Center and Town Square this weekend, where all of the medical and wellness professionals you could possibly need are all in one convenient place.
On the 14th anniversary of 9/11, the City of Temecula Community Services Department is providing the community a way to come together and remember the thousands of innocent lives lost as well as pay tribute to the first-responders and countless other heroes who displayed unwavering bravery and strength amid an unfathomable crisis.
Add a little spice to your life at the City of Temecula’s annual Hatch Chile Festival this weekend in Old Town. Sponsored by the city’s Community Services Department and Chile Hedz hot sauce store, the Hatch Chile Festival will transform Town Square Park into a spice-lovers dream; roasting and selling over 10,000 pounds of fresh Chile peppers to attendees.
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.