The 4th of July is coming up fast and, with parades, live music, festivals and, of course, fireworks, the City of Temecula is pulling out all the stops to help their community celebrate America’s birthday with a bang!
On Saturday, April 23rd at 9:30 am, the 8th Annual Special Games gives athletes with developmental disabilities the chance to really shine.
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.
Ahoy land-lubbers! You better hoist yourself up on your salty sea legs because family fun is taking to the high seas, metaphorically speaking, as the Build Your Own Boat Regatta floats back into the Community Recreation Center for the fifth time.
Have you ever been watching your kids play at one of the City of Temecula’s beautifully abundant parks and thought to yourself, “Man, I really wish I was watching ‘Big Hero 6’ right now”? Me too!
The 4th of July is coming up fast and, with parades, live music, festivals and, of course, fireworks, the City of Temecula, as well as Pechanga Resort & Casino, are pulling out all the stops to help their community celebrate America’s birthday with a bang! The patriotic party starts at 10:
This summer, the weekend entertainment starts a few days early with the return of the City of Temecula’s annual Summer Sunset Concert Series, every Thursday evening in June and July. On stage at the Temecula Amphitheater at the Community Recreation Center, the concerts are free and open to all ages.
School may be out but the Temecula Public Library is making sure the learning doesn’t stop! With reading and activity programs for children, teens and adults, the library offers dozens of ways to keep your famiy’s brains engaged in between trips to the beach.
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 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.