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.
On Friday, September 26th at 7pm, Make a Difference will be hosting a movie night as a way the community can help support the Morgan’s as well as spend time with their family, friends and neighbors. It is a free event but donations are strongly encouraged. All proceeds will be donated to the Morgan family.
Every Saturday night, Longshadow Ranch is hosting Bonfire Saturday Nights, an event for all ages, where their wine is just one pleasant element of an evening filled with family fun.
With their first non-ballet production, the Ivy Players bring to life the classic story of the lovable curly-haired moppet and her quest to find a home. Though it retains the songs and spirit of the original musical production, Annie Jr. has been modified to appeal to a younger cast as well as viewers of all ages.
It’s been twenty years since Temecula became sister cities with Daisen-Nakayama, Japan, and Leidschendam-Voorburg, Netherlands, and for those who have visited the Temecula Duck Pond lately, you’ve probably noticed the beautiful renovations celebrating the anniversary of the two-decade intercultural relationships.
Friday night family fun takes to the high seas, metaphorically speaking, as the Build Your Own Boat Regatta floats back into the Community Recreation Center in Temecula. On Friday, August 22nd from 6:
At the end of Main Street, tucked away in a small corner of Old Town, is one of Temecula’s hidden gems. Pennypickle’s Workshop, formerly the Imagination Workshop, is a must-see for Inland Empire families.