Events

Festival of Lights Mission Inn


The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa – Southern California’s historic AAA-Four Diamond hotel will kick off the holiday season on November 23, 2018 with our 26th Annual Festival of Lights celebration a free, six-week-long holiday extravaganza featuring one of the nation’s largest holiday light collections of its kind. Now in its 26th year, Festival of Lights is an annual gift to the community from property owners Duane and Kelly Roberts, who saved the historic hotel from destruction in 1992.

The beloved Southern California tradition recently named “Best Public Lights Display in the Nation” by USA Today creates a magical, Disneyland-like experience in the heart of Riverside and attracts more than 500,000 visitors from all over the world each year, commencing with the famous “Switch-On” Ceremony, a spectacular event in which the castle-like hotel is instantly illuminated with 5 million holiday lights followed by a full fireworks display.

Highlights of Festival of Lights include 200 animated figures including angels, elves and Dickens carolers; appearances by Santa Claus, the world’s largest man-made mistletoe, horse-drawn carriage rides, elf tuck-ins, freshly fallen snow, elaborately decorated Christmas trees; and delectable holiday confections at the famous Casey’s Cupcakes, among other festive offerings.


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Montclair Place Santa Cares


Children within every spectrum of special needs and their families are invited to a private photo session, to experience the time-honored tradition of a visit with Santa Claus during dedicated hours. Please reserve your complimentary ticket on Eventbrite – ONE TICKET per group/family, please.

Visits with Santa are free. Photo packages that capture holiday memories will be available for purchase at the event, pricing varies by location.

Visit the center’s website for additional information.


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Upland Holiday Faire & Parade


42nd Annual Christmas Parade Saturday, December 8, 2018
Sponsored by Cooper Museum and the City of Upland
Parade starts at 11:00am
Check-in begines at 9:00am
Holiday Faire is from 9:30am to 3:00pm


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La Verne Winter Wonderland

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Winter Wonderland in La Verne
December 8, 2018
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM PST

Children age 12 and under can enjoy three 60-foot snow runs and two snow play lands with real snow! Children can choose from a variety of crafts in the “Elves’ Hobby Hut, enjoy, a cup of hot cocoa and a doughnut at “Mrs. Claus’ Cozy Kitchen”, and of course visit Santa at the gazebo! Parents be sure to bring your cameras for this wonderful photo opportunity.

Kids should dress for snow: mittens, gloves, boots and jackets. Sliding saucers will be provided.

There will also be food and refreshments for purchase and craft vendors for early Christmas shopping.

Additional Parking is available at oak Mesa School. The park may be accessed using the pathway behind the school along the wash.


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La Verne Tree Lighting


Ring in the Holiday Season with the City of La Verne and the La Verne Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

Monday December 3
6:30 pm
La Verne City Hall
3660 D Street


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La Verne Holiday Stroll


Join the Old Town La Verne Businesses and Restaurants on Saturday, December 3rd for the Annual Holiday Stroll & Tree Lighting. Old Town La Verne has a long history of sharing events with the community and Holiday Stroll is a perfect time to come out and get in the spirit of the Holidays. There will be refreshments, door prizes and entertainment. Pictures with Santa and a Tree Lighting Ceremony. Don’t miss out on this treasured tradition!


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Claremont Turkey Trot


Welcome to the 11th annual 2018 Claremont Sunrise Rotary – Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk and 1K Kid’s Fun Run on Thanksgiving morning. This event has gained the reputation for being a scenic and ideal route through the Claremont Colleges and Village, with a downhill grade on the last leg. Serious runners and families alike enjoy this event. Make it your “Family Holiday Tradition”.

We are so excited that people from all over come to run in this race. Our runners come from Claremont, surrounding cities, other states and other countries. We also have to thank our sponsors who have been so great throughout the years. Please go to our sponsor section and support our sponsors. They are truly great. We also need to thank all of our volunteers as we could not do the race without them.

The proceeds from the race go directly to change lives our local community and internationally. Please go to the About Us section and learn more about the great things we do at Claremont Sunrise Rotary. Our slogan is “Rise Up and Change Lives” and that is exactly what we do. You are part of changing lives when you support this race as a runner, sponsor or volunteer.


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Glendora Christmas Parade


Our motto is “All About Kids” and our theme this year is “An Old Fashioned Christmas.” We will featuring Special Honorees Citizen of the Year Robert Davis & Glendora Hometown Heros The Big Yellow Bus Program.

The parade starts downtown “In The Village” led by our award winning GHS TARTAN BAND! and ENDS at La Fetra & Sandburg Schools on Grand and Bennett.

Complete Route: Beginning at Bennett and Glendora Avenue the parade proceeds South on Glendora Avenue to Foothill, then goes West on Foothill to Grand, then goes North on Grand to Bennett turning left to Sandburg.


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Shop Small La Verne Bingo


On Saturday November 24, we encourage you to shop local and play “Shop La Verne Bingo.” Whenever you find the Shop Small Button at one of the businesses listed on the Bingo Card, have the store manager or staff member sign inside the designated box. If you purchase any item at a business, you will get a signature in any of the (4)“Purchased Item Bonus Spaces. If you complete a standard BINGO (5 in a row); your name will be placed in a drawing for a chance to win $50 in in Gift Certificates from participating businesses. If you complete a blackout BINGO board, your name will be in a drawing for a chance to win $100 in Gift Certificates from participating businesses and other great prizes.


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Small BIz Saturday Claremont


Join us to spread some Holiday Cheer on Small Business Saturday (November 24) at the Claremont Chamber of Commerce / Visitor Center Office.

Claremont Chamber booth we will be giving out goodies from Chamber members and American Express from 10 am – 2 pm.


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San Dimas Holdiay Extravaganza


The Holiday Extravaganza is coming to downtown San Dimas on Saturday, December 1. This year’s event includes a community Holiday Parade, “A Storybook Holiday ” that will begin at 12 noon. Community groups, schools, churches, businesses are invited to participate. Get creative and show off your holiday spirit.

We will judge the best and creative parade floats at the event. So get creative and show off your holiday spirit.


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Cruisin La Verne Holiday Car Show


The Old Town La Verne streets will be in the Holiday festive mood with hundreds of show vehicles, vendors and music. This family themed car show event will feature Southern California’s hottest cars and trucks, music – vendors and Old Town La Verne’s Unique Shops – Restaurants – Prizes – Great Food and more.

Location:
Old Town La Verne
3rd & D Streets

Date/Time Information:
Saturday November 24
10am-4pm


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Haynes Holiday Lights Extravaganza


Come one, come all to our annual community holiday party. Experience dazzling holiday lights and:

Photos with Santa & Selfie Station
Sliders (beef, chicken, Chicago dog, plant-based)
DoubleTree by Hilton/Claremont Cookies & Mini Cupcakes
Eggnog & Hot Chocolate
Hot Buttered Popcorn & Fresh Cotton Candy
Game & Craft Booths
Meet Our Team and Board of Directors

NEW THIS YEAR – Which Haynes program will create the winning booth: Residential/Treatment, Wraparound, Renaissance Community Prep, Bliss Academy, STAR Academy or Administration?

Everyone is welcome, no cost to attend.

Location:
Haynes Family of Programs
233 Base Line Road
La Verne, CA 91750

Date/Time Information:
Friday, December 7, 2018
5:30 to 7PM


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Cal Poly Holidays at the Farm


Holidays on the Farm
December 1 & 2, 2018 from 10am-7pm

This December, Cal Poly Pomona brings the warm traditions of the Holiday Season to life, a fun time with family and friends set on the Farm at AGRIscapes. Holidays on the Farm features several fun activities wrapped in a Winter theme. As the sun sets the air turns magical with dozens of trees and decorations decked out with thousands of lights and colorful ornaments along with some special surprises.

SNOW HILL SLIDE AND PLAY AREA: Slide down a snow run on a saucer sled, make a snowman or snow angel! There will be all sorts of snow fun on the farm.

STARBERRY FARMS TREE LOT (Open daily beginning Nov 23): Choose from dozens of fresh cut trees from Oregon and Washington. We’ll bundle it up and help you load it on your car.

SANTA’S FARM: Visit and have your photo taken with Santa and enjoy our adorable animals at the Cal Poly Holiday Petting Farm! There will be lots of fun winter themed activities for the kids such as the Snowman’s Lair to crawl through, children’s crafts, games, take a walk through the Holiday Tree Stroll and much more!

ARTISAN FAIR: Shopping for holiday decorations and gifts is just plain fun and here you’ll find some interesting and unique, hand-made items for your home or to give away! There will be a number of vendors who specialize in woodworking, jewelry, holiday treats, and much more. Also featured will be several College of Agriculture Student Booths offering treats and gifts for the season.

MORE THINGS TO DO: Take a festive ride in an antique tractor pulled Hay Wagon. You can purchase our beautiful Cal Poly Pomona Nursery grown Poinsettias in several varieties, along with Gift Boxes featuring campus grown fruits. Rounding out the festivities are yummy seasonal treats, and live holiday music.


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La Verne Veterans Day

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Covina Field of Valor


Covina Rotary will be hosting the seventh annual Field of Valor in the City of Covina from November 11 through November 18, 2018 at Sierra Vista School located at 777 Puente Street, Covina, 91723.

The San Gabriel Valley experiences an amazing sense of patriotism while viewing and honoring those that serve and have served this great Nation. A section of historical flags graces the Field through for the entire event.

The Field of Valor has more stories than American flags. Bring your family to this wonderful experience.


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Claremont Holiday Promenade


Holiday Promenade & Tree Lighting Ceremony

Claremont Village & Depot
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

FREE Admission

A holiday event for the whole family. This event includes live entertainment, a magnificent tree lighting ceremony, and a visit from Santa Clause. Village business will be participating as holiday cheer stops and will be providing holiday treats.


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Rancho Founders Day Parade


2018 Rancho Cucamonga Founders Day Parade

Join us as our colorful Community Parade makes its way from Day Creek and Foothill Blvds. to the Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter. Line the streets to cheer on your favorite group or float. Parade concludes with an awards presentation.

Date: Saturday, November 10th
Theme: Music for the Generations – The Soundtrack of Our Lives
Parade Start Time: 9:00 a.m. (rain or shine)
Location: Foothill Crossings Center – corner of Day Creek and Foothill Blvds.


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Claremont Veterans Day


Sunday, November 11, 2018

Memorial Park, 840 N. Indian Hill Boulevard

11:00 a.m.

A celebration to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good. The event includes remarks from members of the American Legion Keith Powell Post 78, community officials, and various military ceremonial traditions.

For more information about this event, please contact the Human Services Department at (909) 399-5490 or by email at specialevents@ci.claremont.ca.us


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Veterans Day San Dimas


Veterans Day Event To Be Held at Freedom Park

San Dimas H.E.R.O.E.S. (Helping Establish a Remembrance of Every Serviceperson) will be holding their Annual Veterans Day Celebration on Monday, November 12, 2018 at 4PM. The event will be held at the Freedom Park in San Dimas (corner of San Dimas Ave and Commercial St).

In addition to all veterans being acknowledged, this year special recognition will be given for all San Dimas Korean War Veterans. The ceremony will include unveiling of San Dimas Veteran names that have been added to the veteran’s wall this year. Other activities will include the raising of the new military flags, a bagpiper, the San Dimas High School choir and much more. This event is open to the public.


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Upland Veteran’s Day Ceremony


Veteran’s Day Ceremony

Thank you to all who have served, all who are serving, and all who will serve. Your sacrifice and commitment is sincerely appreciated will never be forgotten.

Saturday, November 10, 2018 11:00 AM EST
Upland Veterans Plaza
460 N. Euclid Ave
Upland, CA 91786


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Halloween Pet Portraits


Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center

Come join us for some fun and spooktacular pictures of your furry family members! Only $20

Bring your pet this Friday (2-6pm) or Saturday (10am to 2 pm) and have their Halloween pictures taken. All proceeds benefit the RC Animal Care Foundation . No appointment necessary.


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Trunk or Treat



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Fall Into Fun


Fall Into Fun is Granite Creek’s family-style community costume festival!

There will be Games, Bounce Houses, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Costume Contests (5:30 pm), food for sale, and lot and lots of CANDY.

Fall Into Fun – $5 donation wristband ticket gives you access to the bounce houses, pony rides, and game booths. Additional Cake Walk tickets are $1, (1 Cake Walk ticket with wristband). Order wristbands at EventBrite ($1.27 fee applies) or buy them at the door.

Granite Creek Community Church

1580 North Claremont Boulevard

Claremont, CA 91711


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Covina Golf Classic


Covina Chamber of Commerce and Jan’s Towing proudly presents
The 48th Annual Golf Classic

A portion of the proceeds will benefit The K-9 Partners of Covina!

Via Verde Country Club
1400 Avenida Entrada
San Dimas, CA 91733

8:00 am – Registration Breakfast
Complimentary Drive Range
8:30 am – Putting Contest
10:00 am – Tee Time
11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Lunch
4:00 pm – Awards Banquet/Dinner

Other Contests:

Putting
Longest Drive
Closest to the Pin
Hole In One

Golf Ball Drop:
Up to 300 numbered golf balls will be dropped. The purchaser of the winning ball, the ball that goes in the hole first or makes it closest to the hole will be announced and posted on covina.org. Winner does not need to be present to win. Numbered golf balls will be sold for $10 each, 3 for $25 or 15 or $100.


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Tour de Foothills


The 14th Annual Tour de Foothills is November 10th 2018 starting and finishing at 210 E. A Street in historic downtown Upland CA.

This year will be even more Epic than last year, with great new additions to our premier quality ride.

The Half Metric (31 mi), Metric (62 mi) & 100 mile routes are FUN with routes featuring the picturesque foothill communities of Southern California.

The Tour de Foothills is one of the best supported rides you will ever do, including clearly marked routes, well stocked rest stops, and our great SAG support should you need it.

Upon your return, you will be pampered with great food as a part of your ride registration with an optional Beer Garden and Wine tasting to complete your fantastic day.

Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM


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PILGRIM PLACE FESTIVAL


JOIN US FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 & 10

Festival offers two days of shopping, fun, children’s games and food. You will find vintage clothing, precious and costume jewelry, baked goods, plants, crafting, household items and more. Handcrafted items include quilts, stained glass, knitted, sewn, woven and paper-made goods. Shoppers may meet artists and purchase paintings, sculpture and everyday items directly from the artists.

Attendees may purchase delicious food from a light snack or vegetarian meal to a complete Thanksgiving dinner. Attractions include riding the Festival boat and train. Kids can learn how to reduce, reuse and recycle everyday items at our sustainability and “glue-in” booths.

Festival hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. Street signs direct you to free parking. All proceeds from the Festival go to the Pilgrim Place Resident Health & Support Program to support residents with modest resources.

Pilgrim Place is a non-profit retirement community in Claremont and home to more t han 350 people who have dedicated their lives to improving the lives of others.”


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Ontario Halloween Costume Parade


Check-In: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Entertainment: 3:00 p.m.
Parade begins: 4:00 p.m.

Children age 8 years and younger Age Divisions: 0 – 2 years, 3 – 4 years, 5 – 6 years, 7 – 8 years,

Family Costume Categories: Creepiest: Scary, Creepy costumes. Most Unique: Creative costumes that are out of the ordinary.

Cute & Colorful: Brightly colored and cute costumes. Best Look-Alike: Portrays a celebrity or fictional character.

Family: Two or more family members dressed in costumes portraying a theme. Please join us for a ghostly good time!

Participants receive a Trick or Treat Bag, Participation Ribbon and refreshments. Winners in each category will receive 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Honorable Mention ribbons.

For more information, please call the City of Ontario Recreation & Community Services Department at (909) 395-2020.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018, 2:30pm to 5:00pm

Ontario Senior Center
225 E. “B” Street
Ontario , CA 91764


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Upland Scary-a-faire


5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Historic Downtown Upland, 2nd Avenue & 9th Street, Upland

Join us for this SPOOK-tacular event!

Join the City of Upland Recreation and Community Services Division and the OldSkool 66 Cruzers for a FREE haunting experience at the Annual Scary-A-Faire Celebration…The City of Upland’s safe alternative to Trick-Or-Treating. As always, the trick-or-treaters will make their way safely through fun interactive games and activities, receiving tricks or treats at each stop along the way.

Dress up in your Halloween attire for our costume contest from 5:00 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. in the following categories: Best Character Representation, Scariest, Most Creative, Cutest, and Judges Choice. The costume contest will end promptly at 7:10 p.m. with the acknowledgement of winners at approximately 7:30 p.m. Food vendors will be present for a nominal fee.


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Hurst Ranch Harvest Festival



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Glendora Halloween Carnival


HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

The Community Services Department sponsors an annual Halloween Carnival on October 31th at Finkbiner Park from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This event provides children ages 12 and under with an unforgettable, fun, and entertaining experience in an environment that is a safe alternative to traditional door-to-door “trick or treating.” Carnival games, costume contest, photo booth, food, and a “witch call” are all a part of this fun event.


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Cal Poly Pumpkin Fest


The Pumpkin Festival is a two-day event held every October at the AGRIscapes Agricultural Outreach Center at Cal Poly Pomona.

For 26 years the festival has grown to become a very popular event, drawing thousands of visitors to pick pumpkins from a patch near the Farm Store. The Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture grows 40,000 pumpkins for the event.

The festival also features a Corn Maze that is specially grown for the occasion, Pony Rides, and a Petting Farm. Visitors can compete and play games run by student clubs or listen to live music. Food and drinks are available to purchase from vendors.


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La Verne Trunk or Treat


Come and enjoy trick or treating in a safe environment with loads of candy, carnival games, prizes, and a bounce house. Bring your family to enjoy this free event filled with fun!

Wed, October 31, 2018
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM PDT

Rock of the Foothills
4630 Wheeler Ave
La Verne, CA 91750


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Halloween Arts Fest


Join us for a night of tricks and treats, arts activities and workshops, and a special performance of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

October 20th from 4 – 7 pm
in Sneaky Park at the University of La Verne
1950 3rd. St. La Verne, CA 91750
On 3rd Street between C St. and D St., South of the La Verne Police Department

Performance will begin promptly at 4:30 pm.

Admission is free!
Each person must have a ticket. One per adult and one per child that is attending.


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Montclair Children’s Halloween

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Boo! Halloween for Little Ones


Friday, October 12, 2018 – 10:30am to 11:30am at the Ovitt Family Community Library

Have fun at our Halloween celebration with ghostly games, creepy crafts and spooky snacks. Don’t forget your costume!

Free for ages 2 – 5, For more information please call 909.395.2207


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Covina Halloween Spooktacular


Don’t miss the City of Covina’s annual Halloween Spooktacular! All the fun begins on Wednesday, October 31 at 5:30 p.m. at Covina Park. Games, crafts, costume contests, and CANDY are all included! Contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (626) 384-5340 for more information.


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La Verne on Tap Beer Walk

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Join us for La Verne’s inaugural beer walk on Saturday, September 29th from 5pm-8:30pm. Sample from a wide selection of craft brews at participating business’ while you stroll through downtown La Verne celebrating summer.

Advanced Ticket Prices | Before Sept. 23rd |
Regular: $40
Designated Driver: $20

After Sept. 23rd
Regular: $45
Designated Driver: $25

Tickets available online @
www.eventbrite.com/e/la-verne-on-tap-tickets-48789484662
Tickets also available for purchase in-person @
Micky’s Jewelry Studio
Duds n Doodads
City Of La Verne​


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Dia de los Muertos Claremont


Celebrate The Day of the Dead in Claremont!

CATRINA/CATRIN CONTEST
Dress up as a Catrina, female sugar skull, or a Catrin, male sugar skull.

MUSIC AND DANCE
Traditional dance and music from Mexico will be on stage from community groups and local artists.

ALTARS
Both Traditional and International Altars will be on display in multiple locations. The community is encouraged so sign up to build their own.

Day of the Dead is a celebration of life and death. The dead are believed to still be members of the community, kept alive in memory and spirit. During Day of the Dead, Día de los Muertos, they temporarily returned to Earth to visit loved ones. Holiday food includes pan de muerto, a sweet egg bread often decorated to look like twisted bones. Skeletons represent loved ones often portrayed doing activities they enjoyed doing when alive. Sugar skulls are made to decorate ofrendas honouring loved ones and to give to children.


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San Dimas Halloween Spectacular



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Claremont Halloween Spectacular


Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Claremont Village & Depot
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

FREE Admission

This event, sponsored by the City of Claremont, Claremont Lincoln University, and local businesses, provides children ages 2-12 with an unforgettable, fun, and entertaining experience in an environment that is a safe alternative to traditional door-to-door “Trick or Treating.”

Activities in the Village

A variety of roving entertainment will be provided throughout the Village and many local businesses and shops will be handing out candy to children of all ages:

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Trick or Treating
Activities at the Depot

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. – Free Games, Entertainment and Face Painting
4:00 p.m. – Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest
4:30 p.m. – Wildlife Presentation with the Wildlife Learning Center
5:30 p.m. – Children’s Costume Contest


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Claremont Village Venture


The Claremont Chamber of Commerce is excited to present the 37th Annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire located in the Claremont Village on Saturday, October 27, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rain or Shine. The Claremont Village is located in downtown Claremont off of Indian Hill Blvd. between First and Fourth Streets.

Get your holiday shopping done early as you walk the streets of the Claremont Village lined with over 400+ booths selling unique art, original crafts, and apparel. Get to know all the local businesses and non-profits in the business and organization block located on First Street. Be sure to also stop by the food court for an array of international foods and entertainment. Returning this year is our Beer and Wine Garden located on Bonita Ave which will be serving local Craft Ales, Wine and Cider from 11 am to 4 pm.

Don’t forget to stop by the village businesses on both sides of Indian Hill that will be open all day. This is the place to kick off your one-stop holiday shopping; you’ll find something unique for everyone on your list! Sit and relax at one of our sidewalk cafes, or enjoy the international cuisine located on First Street. Well over 15,000 visitors attend Village Venture every year to enjoy not only this one-day event but also the wonderful shops and restaurants that are located in our city.


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Covina Thunderfest


Come to Downtown Covina for one of the largest car shows in Southern California! We’re planning on over 200 hot rods and custom cars lining the historical strip of Citrus Ave. in the heart of downtown. This event is free and very family friendly!

Visit Vendor Row on College St., right off the main drag for local goods and fun, new vendors! We have family friendly vendors with toys for the kiddos as well as amazing works of art this year.

We’re bringing back the ever popular beer & wine garden this year with craft beer, fine wines, and gourmet food booths. Take a break from the sun, bring your ID, buy beer tickets at the front booth, and hang out next to the park stage with live music.


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Claremont Chocolate Walk


Join us in the Claremont Village for CEF’s 2nd Annual Chocolate Walk, Saturday, October 6, 4-7p.m. This exciting new event is a chance for families to indulge in chocolate sweets and savory treats. With chocolate stops at local Village merchants, guests can also enjoy live music and view Claremont student art displayed in various shops and galleries as part of Village Art Walk. Don’t miss out, come be part of the fun, and enjoy some chocolate!

Be sure to begin your Chocolate Walk by checking in as early as 3:30pm to receive your map and passport to the walk at one of two check in locations. 1) The Packing House Courtyard (First St., between the Packing House and the parking structure) or 2) at Shelton Park, on the corner of Harvard and Bonita Ave.

The Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) is a local nonprofit organization that raises money to support art, music, technology and Teacher Innovation Grants in the Claremont Unified School District. Join us and show your support for Claremont schools, students and staff!


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San Dimas Wine and Beer Walk


The San Dimas Chamber of Commerce and the Bonita Avenue Corridor Committee are excited to announce its second annual San Dimas Wine and Beer Walk! Last years event was so successful that we completely sold out the day before the event. This years Wine and Beer Walk will take place on Saturday, October 6th from 5:00pm-8:00pm in Downtown San Dimas. This event will bring over 800 locals and visiting participants to sip wine, drink beer from local breweries and tastings of local foods all while enjoying live music and shopping in Downtown San Dimas.

General Admission tickets are $35 per person and includes tastings, and food. Must be 21 years to participate. $20 for Designated Drivers. You do not want to wait until the last minute to purchase your tickets, get them now before they sell out.

Join us for this fall event in beautiful downtown San Dimas. Attendees will receive a wine glass to sample wine at 20+ venues as well as samplings of beer, delicious food, live music and a map to all participating venues.


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Oak Tree 5k Run Walk Challenge


Charter Oak Education Foundation presents it’s 5th Annual Oak Tree Challenge 5k/1 Mile, Run/Walk

Free T-Shirt for all early registration runners.
Free Pancake Breakfast for all runners.
Medals given to all youth 1 mile runners.

1st, 2nd, 3rd place medals for all 5K runners in each age category, by gender, and an overall 1st place medal.

*Registrations must be received by 9-19-18. If received after this date, all late registrations will not receive a T-Shirt.

Saturday September 29, 2018


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Health and Wellness Fair



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Azusa Annual Taste of the Town


Enjoy food and drink samples from your favorite Restaurants, Wineries, Breweries and many more. Opportunity Raffles, Live and Silent Auctions

Pricing:
August 1st – 31st – $40.00
September 1st – 30th – $50.00
At the Door – $60.00


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Global Food Beer and Wine Fest


Taste, Sip, and Savor your way around the globe at Global Flavor

A worldwide tasting event bringing you international tastes from various purveyors

Enjoy a day of sips, samples, and shopping while enjoying entertainment and multi-cultural experiences.

Historic Downtown Pomona
Shaun Diamond Plaza
171 W 2nd St.
Pomona, CA 91766

Sat, September 22, 2018
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT


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Route 66 Party


Claremont Kiwanis Route 66 Party is a fun-filled evening benefiting Kiwanis-sponsored community projects throughout the year. Scheduled for Friday, September 21, 2018, doors open at 6 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Claremont, California. Dine and Dance the night away with live music featuring The Ravelers, be a high roller in the Casino area, bid on fantastic silent auction items, purchase opportunity tickets and enjoy Bingo and the Photo Booth. Tickets $55 online or in advance or $65 at the door.


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Azusa Field of Glory


We are proud to announce that the Azusa Rotary Foundation and the Azusa Rotary Club, in conjunction with our many valued partners, are once again planning an inspirational and patriotic display of hundreds of U.S. flags on the Azusa City Hall front lawn located at 213 East Foothill Boulevard, Azusa, CA 91702.

The display will run from September 8th through September 11th in remembrance of 9/11 and to honor first responders, veterans, and active military members.

The Opening Ceremony will be held on Saturday, September 8th at 11:00 a.m. among the field of flags. Shade structures, chairs, and water will be provided, along with patriotic and inspirational music. Please join us as we honor local heroes who courageously and selflessly responded to an emergency situation and helped to save the life of fellow human being while risking their own safety.


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Pig Out for Charity



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Claremont Ghost Walk Tickets


Step through the shadows into the haunted heritage of the Claremont Village during this family-friendly 75 minute tour when GHOST WALK returns for two days only on Sat. Oct. 13 and Sun. Oct. 14, 2018

Ticket Sales begin Monday, August 20

$15/person
(Ticket site will be shown here on that day)

Tickets Available at http://claremontghostwalk.com/


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Claremont Wine Walk


Join us on Saturday, September 8,2018 from 4 to 8 PM, as we peruse over 40 pouring sites in the beautiful Claremont Village. Enjoy over 40 brands of wine paired with great tasting food from local artisan restaurateurs while listening to live music from over 15 bands.


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San Dimas Car Show


The San Dimas Sheriffs Booster Club will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the San Dimas Car Show. The show was started by The Downtown Merchants, and years ago was offered to The San Dimas Sheriffs Booster Club as a fundraiser to help support the Volunteer Teams at our San Dimas Sheriff’s Station.

Join us on Sunday, August 19 to view the outstanding show cars from Hot Rods to Classics, listen to live entertainment, feast on an array of “Street Food”, and shop unique vendors. Located in downtown San Dimas, this family event offers a great way to spend an afternoon visiting with friends and family – and supporting a worthwhile cause!


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LA County Fair


The LA County Fair Returns August 31 through September 23!

LA County Fair Schedule: Sept 5 – Sept 23
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Wednesdays (Weekday) Noon – 10 p.m.
Thursdays (Weekday) Noon – 11 p.m.
Fridays (Weekday) Noon – Midnight
Saturdays (Weekend) 10 a.m. – Midnight
Sundays(Weekend) 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

CITY DAYS
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Pomona Day: Friday, Aug. 31
LA County Day: Sunday, Sept. 2
Inland Empire Day: Monday (Labor Day), Sept. 3
La Verne Day: Wednesday, Sept. 19
Upland Day Thursday, Sept. 6
San Dimas: Friday, Sept. 7
El Monte: Friday, Sept. 7
Glendora Day: Wednesday, Sept. 12
Diamond Bar Day: Thursday, Sept. 13
Claremont Day: Thursday, Sept. 13
Rowland Heights Day: Friday, Sept. 14
Chino Day: Wednesday, Sept. 19
Ontario Day: Thursday, Sept. 20


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Upland Kids Swap Meet


Kids, clean out your closets, drawers, under your beds, get your games and together, and let’s make some money! Please make sure that all items to sell are in good condition and kid-friendly. At the conclusion of this event, you are welcome to donate your unsold, gently used items to Steven’s Hope Children’s Boutique

Back by popular demand, kid’s will be able to sell their craft creations. Crafts MUST be home made by kids.

Pre-registration is required. To register, please visit Kid’s Swap Meet no later than Wednesday, August 15th.

Thursday, August 16th
5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Memorial Park, Upland
Ages: 5-12 Years
$5 Per 10″ X 10″ Space (Children may share a space)


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National Night Out

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National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

August 7, 2018

  • Claremont Event
  • La Verne Event
  • McKinley Children’s Center
  • Pomona Event
  • Upland Event

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    Glendora Flashback Car Show


    Flashback, Classic Car Show is the largest end-of-summer party in the east San Gabriel Valley! Our huge car show featuring a wide selection of classic cars, trucks, and hotrods line the beautiful Glendora Avenue. Live continuous entertainment by The Answer, The Night Owls and THE SNIPES , Kids Fun Zone, incredible food selections, and Beer & Wine available for adults 21 and over. Located in the Village area of Glendora, California, on Glendora Avenue, north of Foothill Blvd. Come out and help us celebrate 30 years!

    August 18, 2018
    6-11PM


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    Azusa Canyon City Crawl

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    Azusa’s 1st ever Downtown Crawl Purchase your Passport from The Azusa Chamber of Commerce and enjoy the journey through Downtown Azusa. Visit the restaurants, see the Car Show and enjoy the music of the Band

    August 26th, 4 to 8pm in Downtown Azusa, Azusa Ave Between 6th Street and Foothill Blvd


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