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!
We are all thankful for parts of our lives including family and friends, our health or our continued happiness. But, as you try to come up with 24 items to fill those 24 days, Temecula residents should look no further then around their own community, as the area has so many unique traits and opportunities for which any resident can give thanks.
Here in Temecula, there are a couple of telltale signs of autumn which are unique to our hometown and probably familiar to many of you. I’ve made up a list of a few of my favorites.
If you close your eyes and imagine the ultimate neighborhood hangout, Stadium Pizza Redhawk might be exactly what comes to mind. Stadium Pizza is a combination pizza parlor and sports bar, complete with sports memorabilia, long bench tables and tons of televisions perfect for watching the big game.
I’m a sarcastic person by nature and social media can be the perfect outlet for my sense of humor. So, this week I decided to join the ranks of teenagers, up-and-coming celebrities, and “The Bachelorette” enthusiasts (myself included) and join Twitter.
On Monday, July 4th, America will celebrate its birthday and the City of Temecula Community Services Department is putting on quite a party. The festivities begin in Old Town with the annual Fourth of July Parade down Front Street.
This summer, the weekend entertainment starts a few days early with the return of the City of Temecula Community Services Department’s annual Summer Sunset Concert Series, every Thursday evening in June and July.
Throughout the Inland Empire, individual cities will be holding their own remembrances and activities in honor of our country’s fallen heroes on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2016.
On Saturday, April 23rd at 9:30 am, the 8th Annual Special Games gives athletes with developmental disabilities the chance to really shine.
Spring has sprung and the Temecula Public Library is starting off the month of March with a little magic, messiness, and a salute to one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time.